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KLEM Local Schedule (week of November 14)

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MONDAY RESULTS – November 14

(major league baseball news)

NEW YORK – Dodgers shortstop Corey Seager is the National League Rookie of the Year in a unanimous vote after hitting .308 with 26 home runs and 72 R-B-Is for the N-L West champions. Seager is the 17th Dodgers player to earn Rookie of the Year honors, and the first since Todd Hollandsworth in 1996. Washington outfielder Trea Turner finished second in the balloting, followed by Dodgers pitcher Kenta Maeda.

NEW YORK – The American League Rookie of the Year is Detroit hurler Michael Fulmer, who was 11-7 with a 3.06 ERA in 26 starts. Fulmer got off to a great start in 2016, going 9-2 with a 2.11 ERA in his first 13 big league outings before he and the Tigers faded down the stretch. He received 26 of 30 first-place votes from the Baseball Writers’ Association of America to outdistance Indians outfielder Tyler Naquin and Yankees catcher Gary Sanchez.

(N-F-L football)

N.Y. Giants 21, Cincinnati 20

EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. – The New York Giants are 6-3 after Eli Manning passed for 240 yards and three touchdowns in their fourth straight win, 21-20, over Cincinnati. The Giants’ defense intercepted Andy Dalton once and sacked him three times after entering the game with an NFL-worst 11 sacks. New York went ahead for good on Manning’s three-yard TD throw to Sterling Shepard on fourth-and-goal in the final period.

(college basketball)

AMES — Monte Morris scored 18 points and Matt Thomas added 13 as 20th-ranked Iowa State thumped Mount St. Mary’s 73-55. Deonte Burton had 10 points and 13 rebounds for the Cyclones, who have won their first two games by an average of 30 points.

(3) Villanova 79, (15) Purdue 76
(11) Xavier 86, Buffalo 53
(12) Louisville 91, William & Mary 58
(19) West Virginia 107, Mississippi Valley State 66
(20) Iowa State 73, Mount St. Mary’s 55
(21) Rhode Island 107, Marist 65
(23) Texas 80, Louisiana-Monroe 59
(24) Cincinnati 74, Albany 51

(N-B-A basketball)

Indiana 88, Orlando 69
Detroit 104, Oklahoma City 88
New York 93, Dallas 77
Houston 115, Philadelphia 88
New Orleans 106, Boston 105
San Antonio 94, Miami 90
Memphis 102, Utah 96
L.A. Clippers 127, Brooklyn 95

(N-H-L hockey)

Tampa Bay 4, N.Y. Islanders 0

 

 

TUESDAY RESULTS – November 15

(major league baseball news)

NEW YORK – Cleveland’s Terry Francona has won the American League Manager of the Year award after guiding the Indians to within one victory of their first World Series title since 1948. The Indians captured the A-L Central despite injuries to outfielder Michael Brantley and two of their three top starting pitchers. Francona received 22 of 30 first-place votes from the Baseball Writers’ Association of America to outdistance runner-up Jeff Banister of Texas and Baltimore skipper Buck Showalter.

NEW YORK – Dave Roberts is the National League Manager of the Year after guiding the Dodgers to a 91-71 record and the N-L West title in his rookie season at the helm. He helped Los Angeles win its fourth straight division crown and a berth in the N-L-C-S following a five-game victory over Washington in the division series. Roberts received 16 first-place votes to beat out Joe Maddon of the World Series-champion Cubs and Washington’s Dusty Baker for the award.

(college football news)

UNDATED– Ohio State has moved back among the top four in the College Football Playoff rankings, 3 1/2 weeks after its loss to Penn State. The Buckeyes are second to unbeaten Alabama following 62-3 victories over both Nebraska and Maryland. Michigan and Clemson are third and fourth respectively despite losing to unranked teams over the weekend.

(college basketball)

DURHAM, N.C. – Seventh-ranked Kansas coughed up a 12-point lead in the second half before Frank Mason II nailed a short jumper with 1.3 seconds left to give the Jayhawks a 77-75 victory over No. 1 Duke. The Blue Devils pulled even on Frank Jackson’s 3-pointer with 15 seconds remaining, but the Jayhawks prevailed on the last of Mason’s 21 points. Freshman Josh Jackson added 15 and Devonte’ Graham had 13 to help Kansas beat a top-ranked team for the eighth time.

NEW YORK – Freshman Malik Monk shot 7-for-11 from beyond the arc while scoring 23 points in second-ranked Kentucky’s 69-48 stifling of No. 13 Michigan State. Freshman De’Aaron Fox added 12 points for the Wildcats, who scored 24 points off the Spartans’ 21 turnovers. The Spartans shot under 33 percent from the field and missed 21 of 26 3-point attempts in falling to 0-2.

(7) Kansas 77, (1) Duke 75
(2) Kentucky 69, (13) Michigan State 48
Baylor 66, (4) Oregon 49
(5) North Carolina 93, Long Beach State 67
(8) Virginia 72, St. Francis (BKN) 32
(22) Creighton 79, (9) Wisconsin 67
(10) Arizona 78, Cal State Bakersfield 66
(14) Gonzaga 69, San Diego State 48
(18) Syracuse 90, Holy Cross 46

(N-B-A basketball)

Cleveland 121, Toronto 117
Atlanta 93, Miami 90
Charlotte 115, Minnesota 108
Chicago 113, Portland 88
L.A. Lakers 125, Brooklyn 118

(N-H-L hockey)

Ottawa 3, Philadelphia 2, SO
Columbus 2, Washington 1, OT
Carolina 1, San Jose 0
Toronto 6, Nashville 2
Tampa Bay 4, Detroit 3
Florida 4, Montreal 3, OT
St. Louis 4, Buffalo 1
Calgary 1, Minnesota 0
Winnipeg 4, Chicago 0
New Jersey 2, Dallas 1, OT
Colorado 4, Los Angeles 1
N.Y. Rangers 7, Vancouver 2
Anaheim 4, Edmonton 1

 

 

WEDNESDAY RESULTS – November 16

(major league baseball news)

NEW YORK – Nationals ace Max Scherzer has become the sixth pitcher to win the Cy Young Award in both leagues, taking the N-L prize by a wide margin. Scherzer picked up 25 of 30 first-place votes after leading the majors with 284 strikeouts and pacing the National League with 20 victories. He outdistanced Cubs hurlers Jon Lester and Kyle Hendricks in the balloting by members of the Baseball Writers’ Association of America.

NEW YORK – Red Sox pitcher Rick Porcello has captured the American League Cy Young Award in a close vote with Justin Verlander of the Tigers. Verlander received 14 first-place votes compared to eight for Porcello, but the Boston hurler also claimed 18 second-place nods, while his former Detroit teammate picked up just two and was left off two ballots. Porcello led the majors with 22 wins this year and compiled a 3.15 ERA in 33 starts.

(college basketball)

G-P-A-C results:
(W) Morningside 74, Mount Marty 51
(M) Morningside 113, Mount Marty 87  —  Tyler Borchers (Le Mars) 22 pts. & 10 rebounds off the bench to lead Morningside

(W) Briar Cliff 69, Northwestern 63
(M) Northwestern 80, Briar Cliff 65  —  Jordan Eisma (Le Mars) 11 pts. & Blake Wiltgen (Gehlen Catholic) 0 pts. for Briar Cliff

(W) Dakota Wesleyan 80, Dordt 48
(M) Dakota Wesleyan 118, Dordt 111, OT

Top 25 games:

(6) Indiana 100, U-Mass-Lowell 78
(17) Saint Mary’s (Cal) 110, Prairie View A&M 72
(21) Rhode Island 79, Brown 72
(25) California 75, U-C Irvine 65, OT

(N-B-A basketball)

Indiana 103, Cleveland 93
Orlando 89, New Orleans 82
Philadelphia 109, Washington 102
Atlanta 107, Milwaukee 100
Boston 90, Dallas 83
New York 105, Detroit 102
Golden State 127, Toronto 121
Oklahoma City 105, Houston 103
Denver 120, Phoenix 104
Memphis 111, L.A. Clippers 107
San Antonio 110, Sacramento 105

(N-H-L hockey)

Washington 7, Pittsburgh 1
Calgary 2, Arizona 1, OT

 

 

THURSDAY RESULTS – November 17

(major league baseball news)

CHICAGO – Cubs third baseman Kris Bryant is the National League M-V-P in just his second full season, making him the sixth player to win the award just a year after being named the Rookie of the Year. Bryant hit .292 with 39 home runs and 102 RBIs for the World Series champs to become the first MVP from the Cubs since Sammy Sosa in 1998. Bryant received 29 of 30 first-place votes, runner-up Daniel Murphy of Washington picked up the other first-place vote and Dodgers shortstop Corey Seager was third.

CHACAGO – Angels center fielder Mike Trout is the American League M-V-P for the second time in three years after batting .315 with 29 home runs, 100 RBIs and 30 steals. Trout received 19 of 30 first-place votes in becoming the first M-V-P from a losing team since Alex Rodriguez for Texas in 2003. Red Sox right fielder Mookie Betts finished second in the balloting, followed by Houston second baseman Jose Altuve.

(high school football playoffs)

STATE CHAMPIONSHIP GAMES AT THE UNI-DOME IN CEDAR FALLS

(8-player) #4-Don Bosco (12-1) 48, #3-Harris-Lake Park (12-1) 21

(Class A) #2-Gladbrook-Reinbeck (13-0) 20, #4-Bishop Garrigan (12-1) 19

(Class 3A) #1-Pella (13-0) 28, #6-Webster City (11-2) 18

(college football)

Houston 36, (3) Louisville 10
Arkansas State 35, (25) Troy 3

HOUSTON – The Houston Cougars have damaged Louisville’s hopes for a national championship in college football by slamming the third-ranked Cardinals, 36-10. Duke Catolon scored three touchdowns and Greg Ward threw a TD pass one play after the Cardinals fumbled the opening kickoff. Heisman Trophy hopeful Lamar Jackson was sacked 11 times, lost a fumble and was held to 33 yards rushing by the Cougars.

(N-F-L football)

Carolina 23, New Orleans 20

CHARLOTTE, N.C. – Cam Newton threw a 40-yard touchdown pass to Ted Ginn Jr. and the Carolina Panthers carried a 23-3 lead into the fourth quarter before holding off the visiting New Orleans Saints, 23-20. The Panthers finished the game without former NFL Defensive Player of the Year Luke Kuechly, two-time All-Pro center Ryan Kalil, defensive end Mario Addison and cornerback Leonard Johnson, all because of injuries. Saints quarterback Drew Brees threw for two T-Ds in the final 11 1/2 minutes and finished with 285 passing yards.

(college basketball)

Seton Hall 91, Iowa 83

Top 25 results:

(3) Villanova 76, Western Michigan 65
(4) Oregon 76, Valparaiso 54
(9) Wisconsin 69, Chicago State 51
(11) Xavier 83, Missouri 82, OT
(12) Louisville 88, Long Beach State 56
(16) U-C-L-A 88, San Diego 68
(23) Texas 85, Eastern Washington 52

(N-B-A basketball)

Washington 119, New York 112
Miami 96, Milwaukee 73
Houston 126, Portland 109
Minnesota 110, Philadelphia 86
Chicago 85, Utah 77

(N-H-L hockey)

Tampa Bay 4, Buffalo 1
Philadelphia 5, Winnipeg 2
Toronto 6, Florida 1
Nashville 5, Ottawa 1
St. Louis 3, San Jose 2
Minnesota 1, Boston 0
Dallas 3, Colorado 2
Anaheim 3, New Jersey 2
Vancouver 3, Arizona 2, OT
Los Angeles 4, Edmonton 2

 

 

FRIDAY RESULTS – November 18

(high school basketball)

MILFORD — Le Mars looked sharp in their first outing of the 2016-2017 girls basketball season, winning a 55-40 decision Friday night over Okoboji in the Hall-of-Pride game at Milford.  The contest, although game-like in every aspect, will not count in either team’s record since it was officially considered a scrimmage game.  Freshman Jaelynn Dreckman led the Lady Bulldogs with 13 points off the bench while Madison Dreckman dropped in 12 points and pulled down 10 rebounds.  Remsen-Union transfer, Dakota Owens, had 7 points in her Le Mars debut.  The Lady Bulldogs official season opener will be next Tuesday night at Hinton.  The game will be carried on KLEM starting at around 7:30.

(high school football playoffs)

STATE CHAMPIONSHIP GAMES AT THE UNI-DOME IN CEDAR FALLS

(Class 1A) #5-Western Christian (12-1) 47, #1-Iowa City Regina (11-2) 34

(Class 2A) #2-Boyden-Hull/Rock Valley (12-1) 41, #3-Union (11-2) 22

(Class 4A) #2-Dowling Catholic (12-1) 23, Iowa City West (10-3) 10

(college football)

(22) Boise State 42, U-N-L-V 25

(college basketball)

(W) Viterbo 82, Buena Vista 75  —  Holly Schneider (Le Mars) scored 13 for B-V

Top 25 results:

(3) Villanova 96, Wake Forest 77
(5) North Carolina 83, Hawaii 68
(7) Kansas 86, Siena 65
(10) Arizona 95, Sacred Heart 65
(11) Xavier 83, Clemson 77
(13) Michigan State 100, M-V-S-U 53
(14) Gonzaga 109, Bryant 70
(15) Purdue 64, Georgia State 56
(18) Syracuse 71, Monmouth (N.J.) 50
(22) Creighton 103, Washington State 77

(N-B-A basketball)

Charlotte 100, Atlanta 96
Phoenix 116, Indiana 96
Cleveland 104, Detroit 81
Golden State 104, Boston 88
New Orleans 113, Portland 101
Oklahoma City 124, Brooklyn 105
Memphis 80, Dallas 64
Toronto 113, Denver 111, OT
L.A. Clippers 121, Sacramento 115
San Antonio 116, L.A. Lakers 107

(N-H-L hockey)

Washington 1, Detroit 0
Columbus 4, N.Y. Rangers 2
Pittsburgh 3, N.Y. Islanders 2, OT
Carolina 3, Montreal 2
Chicago 3, Calgary 2

 

 

SATURDAY RESULTS – November 19

(college football)

NAIA PLAYOFFS:  (5) Morningside 65, (12) Tabor 17  —  Michael Whitehead (Gehlen Catholic) caught 5 passes for 54 yards and two touchdowns for the Mustangs

CHAMPAIGN, Ill. — On a 37-degree day when a stiff wind made it feel much colder, Iowa used LeShun Daniels Jr.’s 159 yards and two touchdowns and a punt-return score by Riley McCarron to shut down Illinois, 28-0.  And the Hawkeyes (7-4, 5-3 Big Ten) played some defense, too. The Illini had 198 total yards and never moved the ball inside the Iowa 30.

AMES — Quarterback Joel Lanning tied a school record with five rushing touchdowns, Jacob Park threw for 285 yards and two T-D’s and Iowa State clobbered Texas Tech 66-10 on Saturday.  Lanning ran for 171 yards for the Cyclones (3-8, 2-6 Big 12), who scored their most points since beating Colorado State 69-0 in 1980. They entered play as a slight underdog, only to overwhelm the Red Raiders with a 45-3 halftime lead and set a school record for points in a Big 12 game.

CEDAR FALLS — Taryn Christion threw two touchdowns to Jake Wieneke and Wieneke threw one to Christion as South Dakota State beat Northern Iowa (5-6, 4-4) 45-24 on Saturday for a piece of its first Missouri Valley Football Conference title.  The Jackrabbits (8-3, 7-1) share the championship with five-time defending F-C-S national champion North Dakota State, which S-D-S-U beat 19-17 earlier this season. S-D-S-U receives the conference’s automatic playoff selection based on that win.

VERMILLION — Easton Stick threw for three touchdowns as North Dakota State beat South Dakota 28-21 in a regular-season finale on Saturday.  Stick was 13 of 20 for 154 yards passing for the Bison (10-1, 7-1 Missouri Valley Football Conference) who finish the season atop the MVC standings. Lance Dunn ran for 145 yards on 14 carries and King Frazier rushed for 91 yards and a score.  It was the fourth straight loss for the Coyotes (4-7, 3-5) who were led by Chris Streveler who threw for 184 yards and two scores.  Gehlen grad Trevor Bouma rushed for eight yards on just three carries for the Coyotes.

Iowa 28, Illinois 0
Iowa State 66, Texas Tech 10
South Dakota State 45, U-N-I 24
North Dakota State 28, U-S-D 21

Top 25 games:
(1) Alabama 31, Chattanooga 3
(2) Ohio State 17, Michigan State 16
(4) Michigan 20, Indiana 10
(5) Clemson 35, Wake Forest 13
(6) Wisconsin 49, Purdue 20
(7) Washington 44, Arizona State 18
(8) Oklahoma 56, (10) West Virginia 28
(9) Penn State 39, Rutgers 0
Oregon 30, (11) Utah 28
(12) Colorado 38, (20) Washington State 24
(13) Oklahoma State 31, T-C-U 6
(14) Western Michigan 38, Buffalo 0
(15) Southern Cal at U-C-L-A
(21) Florida 16, (16) L-S-U 10
(17) Florida State 45, Syracuse 14
(18) Auburn 55, Alabama A&M 0
(19) Nebraska 28, Maryland 7
(23) Texas A&M 23, Texas-San Antonio 10
Wyoming 34, (24) San Diego State 33

(college basketball)

Morningside 77, Hastings 71  —  Tyler Borchers (Le Mars) scored 16 points and pulled down 5 rebounds for the Mustangs

Briar Cliff 94, Dakota State 74  —  Jordan Eisma (Le Mars) scored 12 points and Blake Wiltgen (Gehlen) added 10 points for the Chargers

Top 25 games:

( 1) Duke 78, Penn State 68
( 6) Indiana 87, Liberty 48
(17) Saint Mary’s (Cal) 61, Dayton 57
(21) Rhode Island 76, (24) Cincinnati 71

(N-B-A basketball)

Houston 111, Utah 102
Boston 94, Detroit 92
New Orleans 121 Charlotte 116, OT
Orlando 95, Dallas 87
Miami 114, Washington 111
Philadelphia 120, Phoenix 105
Memphis 93, Minnesota 71
Golden State 124, Milwaukee 121
L.A. Clippers 102, Chicago 95

(N-H-L hockey)

Tampa Bay 3, Philadelphia 0
Los Angeles 4, New Jersey 2
Montreal 2, Toronto 1
Florida 4, Ottawa 1
Boston 4, Winnipeg 1
Buffalo 2, Pittsburgh 1, SO
Edmonton 5, Dallas 2
St. Louis 3, Nashville 1
Colorado 3, Minnesota 2
Arizona 3, San Jose 2
Chicago 4, Vancouver 3, OT

 

 

SUNDAY RESULTS – November 20

(N-F-L football)

Dallas 27, Baltimore 17
N.Y. Giants 22, Chicago 16
Detroit 26, Jacksonville 19
Indianapolis 24, Tennessee 17
Minnesota 30, Arizona 24
Pittsburgh 24, Cleveland 9
Buffalo 16, Cincinnati 12
Tampa Bay 19, Kansas City 17
Miami 14, Los Angeles 10
New England 30, San Francisco 17
Seattle 26, Philadelphia 15
Washington 42, Green Bay 24

Open: San Diego, Atlanta & Denver

(college basketball)

AMES — Iowa State’s Monte Morris notched the fifth triple-double in school history and 20th-ranked Iowa State throttled The Citadel 130-63 on Sunday, setting a program record for points in a game.  Morris had 17 points, 10 rebounds, 10 assists and zero turnovers for Iowa State (3-0), which shot 60.5 percent from the floor. The Cyclones held the Bulldogs — who entered play averaging a national-best 112.2 points a game — to just 22 in the first half.  Iowa State jumped ahead 18-3 and pushed its lead to 32 after just 14 minutes.  Naz Mitrou-Long scored 26 points and Matt Thomas had 18 for the Cyclones, who are beating their opponents by an average of 42 points.

Top 25 results:
(1) Duke 75, (21) Rhode Island 65
(2) Kentucky 93, Duquesne 59
(3) Villanova 67, U-C-F 57
(8) Virginia 62, Yale 38
(11) Xavier 67, Northern Iowa 59
(13) Michigan State 78, Florida Gulf Coast 77
(16) U-C-L-A 114, Long Beach State 77
(19) West Virginia 100, New Hampshire 41
(20) Iowa State 130, The Citadel 63
(22) Creighton 112, North Carolina State 94
(24) Cincinnati 71, Penn State 50

(N-B-A basketball)

New York 104, Atlanta 94
Portland 129, Brooklyn 109
Indiana 115, Oklahoma City 111, OT
Denver 105, Utah 91
Sacramento 102, Toronto 99
Chicago 118, L.A. Lakers 110

(N-H-L hockey)

Columbus 3, Washington 2
Carolina 3, Winnipeg 1
Florida 3, N.Y. Rangers 2, SO
Calgary 3, Detroit 2
Los Angeles 3, Anaheim 2