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KLEM Local Schedule (week of October 31)

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MONDAY RESULTS – October 31

(volleyball tournaments)

CLASS 3A REGIONAL FINALS
(region 1)
#6-Sioux Center def. East Sac County 3-2

3A STATE TOURNAMENT PAIRINGS:  (on Nov. 9) 10:00- Union vs. Osage  &  Dike-New Hartford vs. North Polk  ..  12-noon- Mount Vernon vs. Sioux Center  & Kuemper Catholic vs. Davenport Assumption.

CLASS 4A REGIONAL FINALS
(region 1)
#4-Bishop Heelan def. Webster City 3-0

4A STATE TOURNAMENT PAIRINGS:  (on Nov. 8) 4 pm- Pella vs. Nevada  &  Dubuque Wahlert vs. Lewis Central  ..  6 pm- Bishop Heelan vs. Charles City  &  Marion vs. Cedar Rapids Xavier.

CLASS 5A REGIONAL FINALS
(region 1)
#1-Cedar Falls def. Sioux City East 3-0

5A STATE TOURNAMENT PAIRINGS:  (on Nov. 8) 12-noon- Cedar Falls vs. Dowling Catholic  &  Ankeny Centennial vs. Iowa City West  ..  2 pm- Linn-Mar vs. Ankeny  &  West Des Moines Valley vs. Dubuque Hempstead.

(N-F-L football)

Chicago 20, Minnesota 10

CHICAGO — Jay Cutler threw for 252 yards and a touchdown after missing five games with a thumb injury, rookie Jordan Howard ran for a career-high 153 yards and a TD, and the Chicago Bears stunned the Minnesota Vikings 20-10 on Monday night.  The Bears sacked Sam Bradford five times while handing the NFC North-leading Vikings their second straight loss.

(N-B-A basketball)

Atlanta 106, Sacramento 95
Tortonto 105, Denver 102
Chicago 118, Brooklyn 88
L.A. Clippers 116, Phoenix 98

(N-H-L hockey)

no games scheduled

 

 

TUESDAY RESULTS – November 1

(volleyball tournaments)

CLASS 1A REGIONAL FINALS
(region 1)
#11-Lawton-Bronson def. George-Little Rock 3-0

(region 2)
#7-Sidney def. #13-Siouxland Christian 3-1

1A STATE TOURNAMENT PAIRINGS:  (on Nov. 9)  6 pm- Janesville vs. Starmont  &  Hudson vs. Lawton-Bronson  ..  8 pm- Holy Trinity Catholic vs. Sidney  &  Springville vs. Audubon.

CLASS 2A REGIONAL FINALS
(region 1)
#6-Central Lyon def. Missouri Valley 3-1

(region 2)
#2-Unity Christian def. #14-South Hamilton 3-1

(region 3)
#1-Western Christian def. Central Springs 3-0

2A STATE TOURNAMENT PAIRINGS:  (on Nov. 9)  2 pm- Western Christian vs. Grundy Center  &  Unity Christian vs. Mediapolis  ..  4 pm- Central Lyon vs. Council Bluffs St. Albert  &  Sumner-Fredericksburg vs. Waterloo Columbus.

(World Series baseball)

Chicago Cubs 9, Cleveland Indians 3  (series tied 3-3)

CLEVELAND — Addison Russell hit a grand slam and drove in a record-tying six runs, leading the Chicago Cubs over the Cleveland Indians 9-3 Tuesday night and forcing the World Series to a deciding Game 7.  Indians ace Corey Kluber, dominant while winning Games 1 and 4, starts again on short rest Wednesday night at home against big league ERA leader Kyle Hendricks.  The Cubs are trying to overcome a 3-1 Series deficit for their first championship since 1908. The Indians haven’t won it all since 1948.  Kris Bryant had four hits for Chicago and homered for the second straight game. Anthony Rizzo also homered.  Jake Arrieta cruised to the win, adding to his victory in Game 2.

(college football)

(17) Western Michigan 52, Ball State 20

MUNCIE, Ind. — Corey Davis caught 12 passes for a conference-record 272 yards with three touchdowns Tuesday night to help No. 17 Western Michigan rout Ball State 52-20.  The Broncos, now 9-0, won their 11th straight game, the longest streak in school history. Broncos quarterback Zach Terrell went 23 of 34 for 367 yards.

(N-B-A basketball)

Cleveland 128, Houston 120
Indiana 115, L.A. Lakers 108
Orlando 103, Philadelphia 101
Detroit 102, New York 89
Miami 108, Sacramento 96, OT
Milwaukee 117, New Orleans 113
Minnesota 116, Memphia 80
Utah 106, San Antonio 91
Golden State 127, Portland 104

(N-H-L hockey)

N.Y. Rangers 5, St. Louis 0
Columbus 3, Dallas 2
Tampa Bay 6, N.Y. Islanders 1
Boston 2, Florida 1
Toronto 3, Edmonton 2
Ottawa 2, Carolina 1
Buffalo 2, Minnesota 1
Washington 3, Winnipeg 2
Chicago 5, Calgary 1
Nashville 5, Colorado 1
Arizona 3, San Jose 2
Anaheim 4, Los Angeles 0

 

 

WEDNESDAY RESULTS – November 2

(World Series baseball)

Chicago Cubs 8, Cleveland Indians 7, 10 innings  (Cubs win series, 4-3)

CHICAGO — The Chicago Cubs have ended their 108-year World Series title drought by scoring twice in the 10th inning to beat the Indians 8-7 in Game 7 at Cleveland. Ben Zobrist supplied the tiebreaking double and Miguel Montero added an RBI double to give the Cubs their first championship since 1908. The Indians trailed 5-1 and 6-3 but eventually forced extra innings on a two-run homer by Rajai Davis in the bottom of the eighth.

(N-B-A basketball)

Toronto 113, Washington 103
Charlotte 109, Philadelphia 93
L.A. Lakers 123, Atlanta 116
Brooklyn 109, Detroit 101
Houston 118, New York 99
Memphis 89, New Orleans 83, OT
Boston 107, Chicago 100
Utah 97, Dallas 81
Phoenix 118, Portland 115, OT
Oklahoma City 85, L.A. Clippers 83

(N-H-L hockey)

Montreal 3, Vancouver 0
Philadelphia 4, Detroit 3
Pittsburgh 5, Anaheim 1

 

THURSDAY RESULTS – November 3

(college football)

AMES — The 12th-ranked Oklahoma Sooners have a six-game winning streak after Baker Mayfield threw for 328 yards and four touchdowns in a 34-24 win over the Cyclones. Mayfield is second in the nation with 31 TD passes after helping Oklahoma improve to 7-2 overall and 6-0 in the Big 12. Dede Westbrook caught seven passes for 131 yards and a score for the Sooners, who beat Iowa State for the 18th straight time and the 74th time in 81 meetings.  I-S-U has dropped five straight to fall to 1-8 for the season and 0-6 in league play.

BOULDER, Col. — No. 21 Colorado managed to overcome eight personal-foul penalties to beat UCLA, 20-10. Isaiah Oliver put the game out of reach by returning a punt 68 yards for a TD with 5:27 remaining. The Buffaloes’ first punt return for a touchdown came after Chris Graham connected on a 37-yarder with 13:40 left to break a 10-10 deadlock.

(12) Oklahoma 34, Iowa State 24
(21) Colorado 20, U-C-L-A 10

(N-F-L football)

Atlanta 43, Tampa Bay 28

TAMPA, Fla. — Matt Ryan threw for 344 yards and four touchdowns as the Atlanta Falcons outscored Tampa Bay, 43-28 to improve to 6-3. Julio Jones had eight receptions for 111 yards and a TD to help the NFC South leaders avenge their season-opening loss to the Buccaneers. Levine Toilolo, Patrick DiMarco and Austin Hooper also caught TD pass from Ryan, who leads the NFL with 2,980 yards and 23 touchdown passes

(N-B-A basketball)

Orlando 102, Sacramento 94
Cleveland 128, Boston 122
Milwaukee 125, Indiana 107
Denver 102, Minnesota 99
Golden State 122, Oklahoma City 96

(N-H-L hockey)

Washington 4, Winnipeg 3
Philadelphia 3, N.Y. Islanders 2, 2 OTs
N.Y. Rangers 5, Edmonton 3
Toronto 2, Buffalo 1
Florida 4, New Jersey 3
Boston 4, Tampa Bay 3, 2 OTs
Ottawa 1, Vancouver 0
Chicago 4, Colorado 0
Dallas 6, St. Louis 2
Arizona 3, Nashville 2, 2 OTs
Calgary 3, San Jose 2
Los Angeles 3, Pittsburgh 2

 

 

FRIDAY RESULTS – November 4

(high school playoff football)

8-PLAYER QUARTERFINALS
#3-Harris-Lake Park (11-0) 44, #8-Ar-We-Va (8-3) 36
#2-Fremont-Mills (11-0) 63, Exira/Elk Horn-Kimballton (7-4) 20
#4-Don Bosco (10-1) 56, Central Elkader (8-3) 20
Midland (9-2) 42, #8-Twin Cedars (10-1) 22

CLASS A QUARTERFINALS
#3-Council Bluffs St. Albert (11-0) 21, #7-West Sioux (9-2) 14
#4-Bishop Garrigan (11-0) 12, #5-West Hancock (8-3) 8
#1-Saint Ansgar (11-0) 43, #6-Lisbon (9-2) 12
#2-Gladbrook-Reinbeck (11-0) 35, #8-Montezuma (8-3) 0

CLASS 1A QUARTERFINALS
#5-Western Christian (10-1) 34, #6-Hinton (9-2) 21
#4-Van Meter (11-0) 28, #8-Madrid (9-2) 7
#3-Denver (11-0) 34, #7-Bellevue (10-1) 6
#1-Iowa City Regina (10-1) 45, #2-Pella Christian (10-1) 43

CLASS 2A QUARTERFINALS
#2-Boyden-Hull/Rock Valley (10-1) 49, #4-Kuemper Catholic (9-2) 28
#8-Dike-New Hartford (9-2) 54, #6-P-C-M, Monroe (9-2) 14
#3-Union, La Porte City (10-1) 28, #1-North Fayette Valley (10-1) 12
#4-Mount Vernon (9-2) 42, Williamsburg (8-3) 32

CLASS 3A QUARTERFINALS
#10-Glenwood (9-2) 30, #3-Carroll (10-1) 27
#6-Webster City (10-1) 21, Boone (8-3) 19
#2-Cedar Rapids Xavier (11-0) 38, Waverly-Shell Rock (7-4) 14
#1-Pella (11-0) 28, Solon (9-2) 14

CLASS 4A QUARTERFINALS
#3-Ankeny Centennial (10-1) 14, #1-West D.M. Valley (10-1) 10
#2-Dowling Catholic (10-1) 36, #7-Waukee (8-3) 14
#4-Cedar Rapids Washington (10-1) 30, #10-Iowa City High (8-3) 14
Iowa City West (9-2) 38, #6-Cedar Rapids Prairie (9-2) 21

(college football)

(24) Boise State 45, San Jose State 31

BOISE, Idaho — Jeremy McNichols rushed for 158 yards and two touchdowns, Alex Mattison had a career-high 100 yards rushing and one touchdown, and No. 24 Boise State beat San Jose State 45-31. The Broncos had two players over 100 yards on the ground in one game for the first time since Nov. 8, 2014. San Jose State, finished with 495 yards of offense behind Kenny Potter’s 23-of-36 passing for 278 yards.

(N-B-A basketball)

Washington 95, Atlanta 92
Toronto 96, Miami 87
Charlotte 99, Brooklyn 95
L.A. Clippers 99, Memohis 88
Phoenix 112, New Orleans 111, OT
New York 117, Chicago 104
Portland 105, Dallas 95
San Antonio 100, Utah 86
L.A. Lakers 117, Golden State 97

(N-H-L hockey)

Columbus 10, Montreal 0
Winnipeg 5, Detroit 3
Anaheim 5, Arizona 1

SATURDAY RESULTS – November 5

(college football)

STATE COLLEGE, Pa. — Saquon Barkley accounted for 211 all-purpose yards, scored two touchdowns and No. 20 Penn State beat Iowa 41-14 on Saturday night.  Quarterback Trace McSorley completed 11 of 18 passes for 240 yards and two touchdowns and added 40 rushing yards and another score on 14 carries for the Nittany Lions, who won their fifth straight Big Ten game for the first time since 2011.  The Nittany Lions (7-2, 5-1 Big Ten) scored on seven of 11 possessions and kept the pressure on after leading 24-7 at halftime.  C.J. Beathard completed 18 of 26 passes for 204 yards with two touchdowns and an interception for the Hawkeyes (5-4, 3-3).

TERRE HAUTE, Ind.  — Former Bishop Heelan standout, Michael Malloy, ran for a career-high three touchdowns, Marcus Weymiller had 171 yards rushing and Northern Iowa beat Indiana State 39-6 on Saturday.   Jalen Rima returned a punt 97-yards for a touchdown — the longest punt return in UNI history.  Northern Iowa improves to 4-5 for the season and 3-3 in the Missouri Valley Conference.

CARBONDALE, Ill. — Southern Illinois made two game-ending stops on Saturday to hold off South Dakota 35-28 and win its first Missouri Valley Football Conference game of the season.  After stopping the Coyotes (4-5, 3-3) on third-and-goal as time ran out, players from both teams left the field and coaches were doing interviews before being called back and one second put back on the clock.  U-S-D quarterback Chris Streveler’s fourth-down pass was fell incomplete and the Salukis escaped with the win.   Streveler passed for 219 yards and two scores and ran for a game-high 113 yards and a score.  Former Gehlen Catholic standout, Trevor Bouma had 11 carries for 43 yards for the Yotes and caught one pass fro 12 yards.

(20) Penn State 41, Iowa 14
U-N-I 39, Indiana State 6
Southern Illinois 35, U-S-D 28

Morningside 62, Hastings 3  (former Gehlen Catholic standout Michael Whitehead caught TD passes of 81 and 40 yards and finished with 2 catches for 121 yds. for Morningside)
Dakota Wesleyan 54, Briar Cliff 24
Doane 24, Northwestern 12  (former Le Mars standout Levi TeBrink caught 7 passes for 128 yards and two TDs for Northwestern)
Concordia 35, Dordt 28
Minnesota State 41, Wayne State 30
Buena Vista 38, Nebraska Wesleyan 31

Top 25:
(1) Alabama 10, (15) L-S-U 0
(2) Michigan 59, Maryland 3
(3) Clemson 54, Syracuse 0
(4) Washington 66, California 27
(5) Louisville 52, Boston College 7
(6) Ohio State 62, (9) Nebraska 3
Mississippi State 35, (7) Texas A&M 28
(8) Wisconsin 21, Northwestern 7
Arkansas 31, (10) Florida 10
(11) Auburn 23, Vanderbilt 16
T-C-U a62,(13) Baylor 22
(14) West Virginia 48, Kansas 21
(18) North Carolina 48, Georgia Tech 20
(19) Florida State 24, North Carolina State 20
(22) Oklahoma State 43, Kansas State 37
(23) Virginia Tech 24, Duke 21
(25) Washington State 69, Arizona 7

(N-B-A basketball)

Oklahoma City 112, Minnesota 92
Cleveland 102, Philadelphia 101
Detroit 103, Denver 86
Indiana 111, Chicago 94
Orlando 88, Washington 86
Atlanta 112, Houston 97
Milwaukee 117, Sacramento 91
L.A. Clippers 116, San Antonio 92

(N-H-L hockey)

Colorado 1, Minnesota 0
Washington 4, Florida 2
St. Louis 2, Columbus 1, OT
Toronto 6, Vancouver 3
Montreal 5, Philadelphia 4
N.Y. Rangers 5, Boston 2
Tampa Bay 4, New Jersey 1
Edmonton 4, N.Y. Islanders 3, SO
Buffalo 2, Ottawa 1
Carolina 3, Nashville 2, SO
Chicago 3, Dallas 2
Los Angeles 5, Calgary 0
Pittsburgh 5, San Jose 0

 

 

SUNDAY RESULTS – November 6

(N-F-L football)

Dallas 35, Cleveland 10
Detroit 22, Minnesota 16, OT
N.Y. Giants 28, Philadelphia 23
Baltimore 21, Pittsburgh 14
Miami 27, N.Y. Jets 23
Kansas City 19, Jacksonville 14
Carolina 13, Los Angeles 10
New Orleans 41, San Francisco 23
Indianapolis 31, Green Bay 26
San Diego 43, Tennessee 35
Oakland 30, Denver 20

Bye Week: Washington, Arizona, Chicago, New England, Houston, Cincinnati

(N-B-A basketball)

Utah 114, New York 109
Portland 100, Memphis 94
Sacramento 96, Toronto 91
Dallas 86, Milwaukee 75, OT
Denver 123, Boston 107
L.A. Lakers 119, Phoenix 108

(N-H-L hockey)

Edmonton 2, Detroit 1
St. Louis 5, Colorado 1
New Jersey 4, Carolina 1
Chicago 4, Dallas 3, OT
N.Y. Rangers 5, Winnipeg 2
Anaheim 4, Calgary 1