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KLEM Local Schedule (week of November 7)

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MONDAY RESULTS – November 7

UNDATED – The Major League Baseball Writers’ Association of America have announced the finalists for this year’s individual awards. Cubs third baseman Kris Bryant, Daniel Murphy of Washington and Corey Seager of the Dodgers are up for NL MVP, while Jose Altuve of Houston, Boston’s Mookie Betts and Mike Trout of the Angels are the AL finalists. The AL Cy Young Award is between Cleveland’s Corey Kluber, Boston’s Rick Porcello and Detroit’s Justin Verlander, while the NL finalists are Joe Lester and Kyle Hendricks of the Cubs and Washington’s Max Scherzer.

CLEVELAND – The Cleveland Indians have declined to make qualifying offers to first baseman Mike Napoli or outfielder Rajai Davis, allowing them to become free agents. The AL champions had until 5 p.m. today to tender the $17.2 million offers, but Indians president Chris Antonetti said he has strong interest in re-signing both players. Napoli set career highs with 34 homers and 101 RBIs this season, and Davis led the AL with 43 stolen bases.

(N-F-L football)

Seattle 31, Buffalo 25

SEATTLE – Jimmy Graham had two scoring receptions and the Seahawks stopped the Bills on downs in the final seconds to beat Buffalo 31-25 and improve to 5-2-1. Russell Wilson passed for 282 yards, two TDs and two interceptions to help Seattle overcome just 33 yards rushing. The Bills got to the Seattle 10 in the waning moments before Tyrod Taylor threw incomplete on fourth down after being sacked by Cliff Avril.

(N-B-A basketball)

Charlotte 122, Indiana 100
Houston 114, Washington 106
Utah 109, Philadelphia 84
Chicago 112, Orlando 80
Oklahoma City 97, Miami 85
Golden State 116, New Orleans 106
L.A. Clippers 114, Detroit 82

(N-H-L hockey)

Boston 4, Buffalo 0
N.Y. Islanders 4, Vancouver 2
Florida 3, Tampa Bay 1

 

 

TUESDAY RESULTS – November 8

UNDATED – Cubs first baseman Anthony Rizzo and outfielder Jason Heyward are among the National League Gold Glove winners. The Giants came away with three Gold Gloves as catcher Buster Posey and infielders Joe Panik and Brandon Crawford took the hardware. Rangers third baseman Adrian Beltre picked up his fifth Gold Glove and Royals catcher Salvador Perez picked up his fourth to lead American League players.

(volleyball)

STATE TOURNAMENT at the U.S. Cellular Center in Cedar Rapids

CLASS 5A QUARTERFINALS
#1-Cedar Falls (39-3) def. #11-Dowling Catholic (27-16) 3-0
#2-Ankeny Centennial (33-3) def. #8-Iowa City West (23-15) 3-1
#5-Ankeny (38-5) def. #4-Linn-Mar (33-9) 3-2
#3-West Des Moines Valley (41-4) def. #7-Dubuque Hempstead (23-11) 3-1

CLASS 4A QUARTERFINALS
#1-Pella (37-4) def. #9-Nevada (29-14) 3-0
#2-Dubuque Wahlert (26-6) def. #7-Lewis Central (30-9) 3-0
#4-Bishop Heelan (35-8) def. #5-Charles City (37-6) 3-1
#6-Cedar Rapids Xavier (32-9) def. #3-Marion (34-10) 3-1

(college football)

UNDATED – Washington has moved into fourth in the latest College Football Playoff rankings following Texas A&M’s loss to Mississippi State. The committee’s first ranking of the season raised eyebrows because the unbeaten Huskies were behind the Aggies last week. Alabama, Clemson and Michigan still hold the top three spots.

COLUMBIA, S.C. – Clemson will be losing four of its top football players a year early. Tigers coach Dabo Swinney says quarterback Deshaun Watson, tailback Wayne Gallman and receivers Mike Williams and Artavis Scott will leave school after this season to enter the NFL draft. Swinney says that the four juniors are graduating in December and have informed him this would be their last college season.

(14) Western Michigan 37, Kent State 21

KENT, Ohio – Western Michigan is the first college football team with 10 victories this season.  Justin Franklin and Fabian Johnson combined for 259 yards as the 14th-ranked Broncos rallied for a 37-21 win at Kent State. Franklin rushed for 134 yards, including a 19-yard touchdown with 8:27 remaining. Johnson added a career-high 125 yards rushing for the Broncos, who trailed 14-0 in the first quarter before improving to 10-0.

(N-B-A basketball)

Atlanta 110, Cleveland 106
Brooklyn 119, Minnesota 110
Memphis 108, Denver 107
Portland 124, Phoenix 121
Dallas 109, L.A. Lakers 97
Sacramento 102, New Orleans 94

(N-H-L hockey)

San Jose 3, Washington 0
Pittsburgh 4, Edmonton 3
New Jersey 3, Carolina 2, SO
Detroit 3, Philadelphia 2, SO
Vancouver 5, N.Y. Rangers 3
Montreal 3, Boston 2
Los Angeles 7, Toronto 0
Nashville 3, Ottawa 1
Winnipeg 8, Dallas 2
Arizona 4, Colorado 2

 

 

WEDNESDAY RESULTS – November 9

(volleyball)

STATE TOURNAMENT at the U.S. Cellular Center in Cedar Rapids

CLASS 3A QUARTERFINALS
#1-Union (39-4) def. #14-Osage (23-12) 3-0
#2-Dike-New Hartford (46-5) def. #11-North Polk (27-10) 3-1
#5-Mount Vernon (34-7) def. #6-Sioux Center (34-5) 3-1
#4-Kuemper Catholic (29-1) def. #7-Davenport Assumption (28-9) 3-0

CLASS 2A QUARTERFINALS
#1-Western Christian (39-6) def. Grundy Center (25-17) 3-0
#2-Unity Christian (35-4) def. #12-Mediapolis (33-8) 3-1
#7-Council Bluffs St. Albert (27-4) def. #6-Central Lyon (30-5) 3-0
#10-Waterloo Columbus (28-13 def. #3-Sumner-Fredericksburg (33-6) 3-1

CLASS 1A QUARTERFINALS
#1-Janesville (33-8) def. #15-Starmont (32-9) 3-0
#2-Hudson (34-4) def. #11-Lawton-Bronson (33-8) 3-1
#5-Holy Trinity Catholic (36-3) def. #7-Sidney (33-4) 3-0
#3-Springville (29-7) def. #9-Audubon (27-7) 3-0

(N-B-A basketball)

Charlotte 104, Utah 98
Indiana 122, Philadelphia 115, OT
Minnesota 123, Orlando 107
New York 110, Brooklyn 96
Washington 118, Boston 93
Atlanta 115, Chicago 107
Toronto 112, Oklahoma City 102
Phoenix 107, Detroit 100
Houston 101, San Antonio 99
Golden State 116, Dallas 95
L.A. Clippers 111, Portland 80

(N-H-L hockey)

Columbus 3, Anaheim 2, OT
Ottawa 2, Buffalo 1, SO
Chicago 2, St. Louis 1, OT

 

 

THURSDAY RESULTS – November 10

(volleyball)

STATE TOURNAMENT at the U.S. Cellular Center in Cedar Rapids

CLASS 5A SEMIFINALS
#1-Cedar Falls (40-3) def. #5-Ankeny (38-6) 3-0
#2-Ankeny Centennial (34-3) def. #3-West Des Moines Valley (41-5) 3-2

CLASS 4A SEMIFINALS
#1-Pella (38-4) def. #4-Bishop Heelan (35-9) 3-2
#2-Dubuque Wahlert (27-6) def. #6-Cedar Rapids Xavier (32-10) 3-0

CLASS 3A SEMIFINALS
#1-Union, La Porte City (40-4) def. #5-Mount Vernon (35-8) 3-1
#2-Dike-New Hartford (47-5) def. #4-Kuemper Catholic (29-2) 3-0

CLASS 2A SEMIFINALS
#1-Western Christian (40-6) def. #7-Council Bluffs St. Albert (27-5) 3-0
#10-Waterloo Columbus (29-13) def. #2-Unity Christian (35-5) 3-0

CLASS 1A SEMIFINALS
#1-Janesville (34-8) def. #5-Holy Trinity Catholic (36-4) 3-0
#2-Hudson (35-4) def. #3-Springville (29-8) 3-1

(high school football playoffs)

SEMIFINALS AT THE UNI-DOME IN CEDAR FALLS
(8-player)
#4-Don Bosco (11-1) 72, Midland, Wyoming (9-3) 0
#3-Harris-Lake Park (12-0) 35, #2-Fremont-Mills (11-1) 21

(Class 3A)
#6-Webster City (11-1) 6, #10-Glenwood (9-3) 3
#1-Pella (12-0) 34, #2-Cedar Rapids Xavier (11-1) 30

(college football)

(13) Utah 49, Arizona State 26
Duke 28, (15) North Carolina 27

UNDATED – In college football, Duke upset 15th-ranked North Carolina 28-27 to all but eliminate the Tar Heels’ chances of repeating as A-C-C Coastal Division champion. Redshirt Duke freshman QB Daniel Jones ran for 94 yards and two scores and threw for a third TD.  Also, No. 13 Utah stayed on pace to reach the Pac-12 title game on Dec. 2 by rallying from a 13-0 deficit to spank Arizona State 49-26. Joe Williams ran 15 times for 181 yards and 2 T-Ds. Hunter Dimick tied a Pac-12 record by recording five of the Utes’ 11 sacks.

(N-F-L football)

Baltimore 28, Cleveland 7

BALTIMORE– The Baltimore Ravens took over sole possession of first place in the AFC North by beating the winless Cleveland Browns 28-7 last night. Joe Flacco completed 30 of 41 for 296 yards and 3 TDs for the 5-4 Ravens, who own a half-game lead over Pittsburgh heading into the weekend.

(N-B-A basketball)

Chicago 98, Miami 95
New Orleans 112, Milwaukee 106
Golden State 125, Denver 101
L.A. Lakers 101, Sacramento 91

(N-H-L hockey)

Boston 5, Columbus 2
Anaheim 4, Carolina 2
Minnesota 4, Pittsburgh 2
Montreal 4, Los Angeles 1
Tampa Bay 4, N.Y. Islanders 1
Detroit 3, Vancouver 1
San Jose 4, Florida 2
Nashville 3, St. Louis 1
Winnipeg 3, Arizona 2
Dallas 4, Calgary 2

 

 

FRIDAY RESULTS – November 11

(volleyball)

STATE TOURNAMENT at the U.S. Cellular Center in Cedar Rapids

CLASS 5A CHAMPIONSHIP
#2-Ankeny Centennial (35-3) def. #1-Cedar Falls (40-4) 3-0

CLASS 4A CHAMPIONSHIP
#2-Dubuque Wahlert (28-6) def. #1-Pella (38-5) 3-0

CLASS 3A CHAMPIONSHIP
#2-Dike-New Hartford (48-5) def. #1-Union, La Porte City (40-5) 3-1

CLASS 2A CHAMPIONSHIP
#1-Western Christian (41-6) def. #10-Waterloo Columbus (29-14) 3-0

CLASS 1A CHAMPIONSHIP
#1-Janesville (35-8) def. #2-Hudson (35-5) 3-0

(high school football playoffs)

SEMIFINALS AT THE UNI-DOME IN CEDAR FALLS
(Class A)
#2-Gladbrook-Reinbeck (12-0) 28, #1-Saint Ansgar (11-1) 14
#4-Bishop Garrigan (12-0) 26, #3-Council Bluffs St. Albert (11-1) 20

(Class 4A)
#2-Dowling Catholic (11-1) 41, #3-Ankeny Centennial (10-2) 17
Iowa City West (10-2) 35, #4-Cedar Rapids Washington (10-2) 7

(college football)

(20) Florida State 45, Boston College 7

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. – Dalvin Cook ran for 108 yards and Deondre Francois tied a season high with three touchdown passes to help No. 20 Florida State rout Boston College 45-7.  Cook became only the second Seminoles back to go over 100 yards in 15 meetings against the Eagles and the first since Ricky Williams had 109 yards in 1980.  The junior, who also had a touchdown on 18 carries, moved within 19 yards of breaking Warrick Dunn’s school career mark of 3,959 yards.  F-S-U improved to 7-3 overall and 4-3 in the Atlantic Coast Conference.

(college basketball)

(24) Iowa State 113, Savannah State 71                                                                       Iowa 91, Kennesaw State 74

(M) Morningside 87, Tabor 86 – Tyler Borchers (Le Mars) had 7 pts. for Mustangs

Top-25:
(1) Duke 94, Marist 49                                                                                                 (2) Kentucky 87, Stephen F. Austin 64                                                                          (11) Indiana 103, (3) Kansas 99, OT
(4) Villanova 88, Lafayette 48
(5) Oregon 91, Army 77                                                                                              (6) North Carolina 95, Tulane 75                                                                                   (7) Xavier 84, Lehigh 81
(8) Virginia 76, U-N-C Greensboro 51                                                                            (9) Wisconsin 79, Central Arkansas 47
(10) Arizona 65, (12) Michigan State 63
(13) Louisville 78, Evansville 47                                                                                     (14) Gonzaga 92, Utah Valley 69                                                                                  (15) Purdue 109, McNeese State 65                                                                              (16) U-C-L-A 119, Pacific 80
(17) Saint Mary’s 81, Nevada 63
Wagner 67, (18) Connecticut 58                                                                             (19) Syracuse 83, Colgate 55
(20) West Virginia 87, Mount St. Mary’s 59                                                              (21) Texas 78, Incarnate Word 73
(22) Creighton 89, U-M-K-C 82
(23) Rhode Island 84, Dartmouth 61
(25) Maryland 62, American 56

(N-B-A basketball)

Philadelphia 109, Indiana 105, OT
Utah 87, Orlando 74
Cleveland 105, Washington 94
Toronto 113, Charlotte 111
Boston 115, New York 87
L.A. Clippers 110, Oklahoma City 108
San Antonio 96, Detroit 86
Portland 122, Sacramento 120, OT

(N-H-L hockey)

New Jersey 2, Buffalo 1
Toronto 6, Philadelphia 3
Ottawa 2, L.A. Kings 1
Washington 3, Chicago 2
Colorado 3, Winnipeg 2
Dallas 3, Edmonton 2

 

 

SATURDAY RESULTS – November 12

(high school football playoffs)

SEMIFINALS AT THE UNI-DOME IN CEDAR FALLS
(Class 1A)
#1-Iowa City Regina (11-1) 42, #3-Denver (11-1) 6
#5-Western Christian (11-1) 35, #4-Van Meter (11-1) 14

(Class 2A)
#2-Boyden-Hull/Rock Valley (11-1) 49, #8-Dike-New Hartford (9-3) 14
#3-Union, La Porte City (11-1) 49, #4-Mount Vernon (9-3) 28

(college football)

IOWA CITY — Freshman Keith Duncan kicked a 33-yard field goal as time expired and Iowa stunned second-ranked Michigan 14-13 on Saturday night, damaging the Wolverines’ playoff hopes.  Akrum Wadley had 115 yards rushing for the Hawkeyes (6-4, 4-3 Big Ten), who beat a top-five team for the first time in six years.  Michigan (9-1, 6-1, No. 3 C-F-P) appeared to have the game wrapped up on Channing Stribling’s interception of Iowa quarterback C.J. Beathard with 1:54 left. But the Hawkeyes defense stuffed the Wolverines, and a facemask penalty put Iowa at Michigan’s 36 with 1:23 to go.

LAWRENCE, Kansas — Jacob Park threw for 205 yards and two touchdowns, Allen Lazard had a career-high 10 receptions for 120 yards and a score and Iowa State slipped past Kansas 31-24 for its first conference win of the season on Saturday.  David Montgomery had a career-high 169 yards rushing for Iowa State (2-8, 1-6 Big 12).

MACOMB, Ill. — Former Bishop Heelan standout, Michael Malloy, ran for 92 yards and two touchdowns, Eli Dunne threw for two scores and Northern Iowa beat Western Illinois 30-23 on Saturday.

BROOKINGS, S.D. — Taryn Christion’s 7-yard touchdown run with 4:39 remaining lifted South Dakota State to a 28-21 victory South Dakota on Saturday.  South Dakota (4-6, 3-4 Missouri Valley) scored with 11:53 remaining on Chris Streveler’s 3-yard run to tie the game, and on the first play after the ensuing kickoff, Alex Gray made an interception to give the ball back to the Coyotes. But Miles Bergner’s 32-yard field goal attempt went wide right and the Jackrabbits began their game-winning drive, going 80 yards in 10 plays.  Former Gehlen Catholic standout, Trevor Bouma, was checked to 39 yards on 10 carries for the Coyotes.

Iowa 14, (2) Michigan 13
Iowa State 31, Kansas 24
U-N-I 30, Western Illinois 23
South Dakota State 30, U-S-D 23

Morningside 14, Northwestern 13 — Michael Whitehead (Gehlen) caught 2 passes for 14 yds. for Morningside while Levi TeBrink (Le Mars) caught 2 passes for 57 yards and a touchdown for Northwestern.
Doane 62, Briar Cliff 0
Dordt 59, Trinity Bible 24
Sioux Falls 30, Wayne State 7
Wartburg 42, Buena Vista 14

Top 25 games:
(1) Alabama 51, Mississippi State 3
Pittsburgh 43, (3) Clemson 42
U-S-C 26, (4) Washington 13
(5) Louisville 44, Wake Forest 12
(6) Ohio State 62, Maryland 3
(7) Wisconsin 48, Illinois 3
Georgia 13, (8) Auburn 7
(9) Oklahoma 45, (25) Baylor 24
Mississippi 29, (10) Texas A&M 28
(11) West Virginia 24, Texas 20
(12) Penn State 45, Indiana 31
(16) Colorado 49, Arizona 24
(17) Oklahoma State 45, Texas Tech 44
Georgia Tech 30, (18) Virginia Tech 20
(19) L-S-U 38, Arkansas 10
(21) Nebraska 24, Minnesota 17
(22) Florida 20, South Carolina 7
(23) Washington State 56, California 21
(24) Boise State 52, Hawaii 16

LINCOLN, Neb. — Tommy Armstrong Jr. led a 91-yard tiebreaking touchdown drive after being helped off the field with an ankle injury the previous series, and Kieron Williams’ interception with 1:29 left secured No. 21 Nebraska’s 24-17 victory over Minnesota on Saturday night.  Armstrong, knocked unconscious in last week’s loss at Ohio State, was cleared to start against the Gophers and was playing one of his best games in weeks when he injured his left ankle on a quarterback sneak late in the third quarter.  He came back to loud cheers from the the Cornhuskers faithful early in the fourth and scored the go-ahead touchdown on a 13-yard run with 7:17 left.

(college basketball)

(M) Hastings 94, Briar Cliff 75 — Blake Wiltgen (Gehlen) had 4 pts. & Jordan Eisma (Le Mars) had 3 pts. for Briar Cliff.

(M) Morningside 66, Sterling 57 — Tyler Borchers (Le Mars) had 9 pts. & 10 reb. for Morningside.

Top 25 games:  (1) Duke 96, Grand Canyon 61

(N-B-A basketball)

L.A. Lakers 126, New Orleans 99
Boston 105, Indiana 99
Toronto 118, New York 107
Atlanta 117, Philadelphia 96
Chicago 106, Washington 95
San Antonio 106, Houston 100
L.A. Clippers 119, Minnesota 105
Utah 102, Miami 91
Milwaukee 106, Memphis 96
Detroit 106, Denver 95
Brooklyn 122, Phoenix 104

(N-H-L hockey)

Montreal 5, Detroit 0
San Jose 3, Tampa Bay 1
Florida 3, N.Y. Islanders 2
New Jersey 4, Buffalo 2
Philadelphia 3, Minnesota 2
Pittsburgh 4, Toronto 1
Carolina 5, Washington 1
Columbus 8, St. Louis 4
Nashville 5, Anaheim 0
Boston 2, Arizona 1
N.Y. Rangers 4, Calgary 1

 

 

SUNDAY RESULTS – November 13

(N-F-L football)

Philadelphia 24, Atlanta 15
Denver 25, New Orleans 23
Houston 24, Jacksonville 21
Los Angeles 9, N.Y. Jets 6
Kansas City 20, Carolina 17
Tampa Bay 36, Chicago 10
Washington 26, Minnesota 20
Tennessee 47, Green Bay 25
Miami 31, San Diego 24
Arizona 23, San Francisco 20
Dallas 35, Pittsburgh 30
Seattle 31, New England 24

Open: Detroit, Buffalo, Indianapolis, Oakland

(college basketball)

Iowa 116, Savannah State 84

IOWA CITY — Brady Ellingson scored 21 of his career-high 23 points in the first half, Cordell Pemsl added 18 points and nine rebounds and Iowa breezed to a 116-84 win over Savannah State on Sunday.  The Hawkeyes (2-0) made a school-record 18 3-pointers and led by at least 20 points the entire second half.  Iowa’s 116 points are the most in Fran McCaffery’s six seasons as coach and tied for the seventh most in program history.  Iowa’s 43 3-point attempts were also a school record.

Top-25 games:
(2) Kentucky 93, Canisius 69
(6) North Carolina 97, Chatanooga 57
(16) UCLA 102 Cal State Northridge 87

(N-B-A basketball)

Cleveland 100, Charlotte 93
Minnesota 125, L.A. Lakers 99
Orlando 119, Oklahoma City 117
Golden State 133, Phoenix 120
Portland 112, Denver 105

(N-H-L hockey)

Winnipeg 3, Los Angeles 2, SO
Vancouver 5, Dallas 4, OT
Minnesota 2, Ottawa 1, OT
Boston 2, Colorado 0
Chicago 3, Montreal 2
N.Y. Rangers 3, Edmonton 1