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MONDAY RESULTS – January 16

(wrestling)

Le Mars at the Storm Lake J.V. Tournament – cancelled

(high school basketball)

(G/B) Gehlen Catholic at Woodbury Central – postponed to Thursday, Jan. 19th
(G/B) Hartley-Melvin-Sanborn at Hinton* – postponed to Thursday, Jan. 19th
(G/B) River Valley at Remsen St. Mary’s – postponed
(G/B) Bishop Heelan at Sioux Falls Roosevelt – postponed

(college basketball)

Top-25 games:
(1) Villanova 76 Seton Hall 46
(2) Kansas 76 Iowa State 72
(7) Creighton 72 (22) Xavier 67
(9) North Carolina 85 Syracuse 68
(13) Butler 88 Marquette 80

(N-B-A basketball)

Atlanta 108, New York 107
Washington 120, Portland 101
Philadelphia 113, Milwaukee 104
Indiana 98, New Orleans 95
Denver 125, Orlando 112
Boston 108, Charlotte 98
Golden State 126, Cleveland 91
Utah 106, Phoenix 101
L.A. Clippers 120, Oklahoma City 98

(N-H-L hockey)

Buffalo 4, Dallas 1
N.Y. Islanders 4, Boston 0
Detroit 1, Montreal 0
San Jose 5, Winnipeg 2
Tampa Bay 2, Los Angeles 1
Pittsburgh 8, Washington 7, OT
Edmonton 3, Arizona 1

 

 

TUESDAY RESULTS – January 17

(high school basketball)

HULL — Sophomore Annie Ellis dropped in a pair of free throws with four seconds to play to secure a 60-56 upset win by No. 15 (4A) Le Mars as they handed No. 3 (2A) Western Christian their first loss in Lakes Conference play to tighten the league race.  The Wolfpack are now tied with Cherokee for the league lead with one loss each while Le Mars has moved to within one game of the front runners.  Junior Jen Schneider keyed the Lady Bulldogs’ victory with a career-high 26 points while Madison Dreckman added 12 and Sidney Baumgartner 11.  Schneider and Baumgartner combined to connect on 14-of-17 free throw shots.  Ashtyn Veerbeek led Western with 22.  Le Mars had to overcome a seven minute scoring drought in the first half that saw Western reel off 14 unanswered points to take a 16-4 lead early in the second quarter.  The Lady Bulldogs scored 24 points in the second period to draw to within two points by halftime.  There would be nine lead changes in the second half before Le Mars took the lead for good with 4:05 to play.  The Lady Bulldogs victory snapped an 20-game losing streak against Western Christian, dating back to the 2005-2006 season.  Le Mars improves to 9-and-3 for the season and 5-and-2 in league play.  Western saw their 11-game winning streak stopped as they fall to 12-and-2 for the season and 7-and-1 in the Lakes Conference.

Top-rated (2A) Western Christian turned the boys game into a one-sided affair after halftime as the Wolfpack completed a sweep of their season series with Le Mars with a 76-50 Lakes Conference victory Tuesday night in Hull.  Western drilled 10 three-pointers while extending a 14-point halftime lead to a 20-point advantage two and-a-half minutes into the second half.  The lead would eventually reach 30 in the fourth quarter.  The Wolfpack takes over sole possession of the Lakes Conference lead with a 7-and-1 league mark while Le Mars slips into a second place tie with Storm Lake and Spirit Lake with a 5-and-2 mark in Lakes Conference play.  The Bulldogs are now 6-and-5 for the season while Western Christian improves to 11-and-1, winning their ninth in a row since an early December loss to Spirit Lake.  Western Christian has a chance to avenge that loss as they host Spirit Lake Friday night.  Tyson Kooima led the Wolfpack scoring with 24 points Tuesday night, hitting six three-pointers.  Jesse Jansma added 14 and Ben Gesink 11.  Jake Thompson had 11 for Le Mars.

There was quite a finish to the boys J-V game with Le Mars winning in four overtimes, 51-50 as Caleb Ketelsen hit one of two free throws with 3.4 second to play and then the Bulldogs had to hold their breath as Western Christian’s three-point attempt missed the mark at the buzzer.  Western won the J.V. girls game by 21.

LAKES CONFERENCE
(G) (#15-4A)Le Mars (9-3/5-2) 60, (#3-2A)Western Christian (12-2/7-1) 56
(B) (#1-2A)Western Christian (11-1/7-1) 76, Le Mars (6-5/5-2) 50

(G/B) Spirit Lake at Cherokee – ppd.

(G) Spencer 46, Emmetsburg 33
(B) Spencer 54, Emmetsburg 33

(G) Storm Lake 62, Estherville/Lincoln Central 61, two overtimes
(B) Storm Lake 69, Estherville/Lincoln Central 62

WAR EAGLE CONFERENCE
(Gehlen was idle)

(G/B) Akron-Westfield at Hinton* – ppd.

(G/B) Remsen St. Mary’s at Trinity Christian* – ppd.

(G/B) West Sioux at MMCRU* – ppd.

(G/B) Clay Central-Everly at Harris-Lake Park* – ppd.

(G/B) Hartley-Melvin-Sanborn at Unity Christian* – ppd.

(G/B) Sioux Central at South O’Brien – ppd.

WESTERN VALLEY CONFERENCE
(G) (#9-1A)Kingsley-Pierson 76, River Valley 21
(B)

(G) Lawton-Bronson 52, Maple Valley/Anthon-Oto 38
(B) Maple Valley/Anthon-Oto 58, Lawton-Bronson 40

(G) Woodbury Central 60, West Monona 22
(B) Woodbury Central 71, West Monona 45

(G) Westwood 80, OA-BCIG 37
(B) OA-BCIG 63, Westwood 45

(G) Ridge View 65, Siouxland Christian 49
(B) Siouxland Christian 63, Ridge View 40

SIOUXLAND CONFERENCE
(G) (#12-2A)West Lyon 54, M-O-C/Floyd Valley 30
(B) West Lyon 82, M-O-C/Floyd Valley 47

(G) (#2-3A)Sioux Center 64, Sheldon 17
(B) Sioux Center 63, (#6-2A)Sheldon 46

(G) Okoboji 59, Boyden-Hull 30
(B) Boyden-Hull 79, Okoboji 51

(G) Central Lyon 63, Sibley-Ocheyedan 53
(B) Central Lyon 74, Sibley-Ocheyedan 73, overtime

(G) Rock Valley 59, George-Little Rock 43
(B) Rock Valley 64, George-Little Rock 61

MISSOURI RIVER ACTIVITIES CONFERENCE
(G/B) Council Bluffs A-L at Sergeant Bluff-Luton – ppd.

(G) Sioux City West 66, Sioux City East 56
(B) (#2-4A)Sioux City East 77, Sioux City West 76

(B) Fort Dodge at Sioux City North – ppd.

(college basketball)

(5) Kentucky 88 Mississippi State 81
(6) Baylor 74 Texas 64
(17) Wisconsin 68 Michigan 64
(21) Purdue 91 Illinois 68

(N-B-A basketball)

Miami 109, Houston 103
Toronto 119, Brooklyn 109
Dallas 99, Chicago 98
San Antonio 122, Minnesota 114
Denver 127, L.A. Lakers 121

(N-H-L hockey)

Columbus 4, Carolina 1
Dallas 7, N.Y. Rangers 6
Toronto 4, Buffalo 3
Ottawa 6, St. Louis 4
New Jersey 4, Minnesota 3
Calgary 5, Florida 2
Chicago 6, Colorado 4
Vancouver 1, Nashville 0
Anaheim 2, Tampa Bay 1, OT

 

 

WEDNESDAY RESULTS – January 18

NEW YORK – The Baseball Hall of Fame will induct first baseman Jeff Bagwell, outfielder Tim Raines and catcher Ivan Rodriguez this July 30 at Cooperstown. They each received more than the 75 percent of the vote, while closer Trevor Hoffman and outfielder Vladimir Guerrero fell just short of induction. Roger Clemens was named on 54.1 percent of the ballots, while Barry Bonds made it on 53.8 percent.

(college basketball)

G-P-A-C games:

(24) Briar Cliff (16-6) 103, (4) Northwestern (16-3) 77  —  Jordan Eisma (Le Mars) had 1 pt. and Blake Wiltgen (Gehlen) did not score for B.C.

Morningside (15-6) 125, Mount Marty 74  —  Tyler Borchers (Le Mars) had 11 pts. & 11 reb. for Morningside

Top-25 games:
Oklahoma 89, (8) West Virginia 87, OT
(10) Florida State 83, (15) Notre Dame 80
(16) Virginia 71, Boston College 54
(24) South Carolina 57, (19) Florida 53
(20) Cincinnati 81, Temple 74

(N-B-A basketball)

Charlotte 107, Portland 85
Philadelphia 94, Toronto 89
Washington 104, Memphis 101
New York 117, Boston 106
Detroit 118, Atlanta 95
Houston 111, Milwaukee 92
New Orleans 118, Orlando 98
Golden State 121, Oklahoma City 100
Indiana 106, Sacramento 100

(N-H-L hockey)

Winnipeg 6, Arizona 3
Pittsburgh 4, Montreal 1
Detroit 6, Boston 5, SO
Edmonton 4, Florida 3, OT
San Jose 3, Los Angeles 2

 

 

THURSDAY RESULTS – January 19

(wrestling)

Le Mars (16-6/3-3) 65, Estherville/Lincoln Central 12  —  Bulldog winners:  106#-Riley Presuhn won by a fall  ..  113#-Jason Hand won by a forfeit  ..  120#-Jake Franksen-Small won by a 12-4 Major Decision  ..  126#-Matthew Simoni won by a 12-0 Major Decision  ..  132#-Jacob Singer won by a fall  ..  138#-Jordan Jensen won by a forfeit  ..  145#-Joel McGrew won by a forfeit  ..  152#-Myles Kass won by a forfeit  ..  160#-Preston Dunn won by a fall  ..  182#-Justin Otto won by a 5-3 decision  ..  195#-Matthew Sauer won by a fall  ..  220#-Travis Theisen won by a fall.

Le Mars (17-6/4-3) 34,  Emmetsburg 29  —  Bulldog winners:  106#-Riley Presuhn won by a forfeit  ..  120#-Jake Franksen-Small won by a 9-4 decision  ..  126#-Matthew Simoni won by a fall  ..  152#-Myles Kass won by a 3-1 decision  ..  160#-Preston Dunn won by a fall  ..  170#-Tanner Gesink won by a 13-0 Major Decision  ..  285#-Travis Theisen won by a fall.

(bowling)

(girls results) Le Mars (7-0) 2347, West Sioux 1717.  —  HIGH SERIES:  Steph Williams of Le Mars (366).  HIGH GAME:  Lexi Schroeder of Le Mars (194).  Le Mars results:  Steph Williams (159-177=366)  ..  Lexi Schroeder (194-166=360)  ..  Sydney Landis (174-183=357)  ..  Siarah Augustine (141-141=282)  ..  Abby Whiddon (125-156=281)  ..  Caitlynne Peters (158-120=278).  No J.V. meet.

(boys results) Le Mars (7-0) 2647, West Sioux 1835  —  HIGH SERIES:  Brady Kommes of Le Mars (373).  HIGH GAME:  Brady Kommes of Le Mars (209).  Le Mars results:  Brady Kommes (164-209=373)  ..  Noah Holder (167-180=347)  ..  Riley Augustine (186-142=328)  ..  Deyton Augustine (160-162=322)  ..  Trey Whiddon (149-160=309)  ..  Blake Rush (164-121=285).  No J.V. meet.

(high school basketball)

LE MARS — Trent Hilbrands scored a season-best 29 points Thursday night to become the eighth player in Bulldog history to score a 1000 points in his career as Le Mars rolled over visiting Estherville/Lincoln Central 86-43 in a make-up Lakes Conference game from December 16th.  Will Pottebaum chipped in with 16 points for the Bulldogs, who bounced back from a 76-50 drubbing at the hands of Western Christian Tuesday night to improve to 7-and-5 for the season and 6-and-2 in the Lakes Conference.  Le Mars scored the first 11 points of the game and led 43-22 by halftime against the 4-and-11 Midgets.

The Le Mars girls won their fourth straight, beating E-L-C 62-41 Thursday.  Madison Dreckman dropped in 20 points for the Lady Bulldogs and Jen Schneider added 16.  Le Mars never trailed while building a 33-15 lead by halftime.  The Lady Bulldogs improve to 10-and-3 for the season and 6-and-2 in league play.

MOVILLE — The Gehlen Catholic boys won their eighth straight Thursday night, grinding out a hard-fought 62-52 victory over Woodbury Central in a make-up doubleheader at Moville.  The Jays used a balanced scoring attack to improve to 10-and-3 with Cooper Davis leading the way with 15 points while Alec Langel scored 12 and Brady Livermore 11.  Dakota Custer had 14 points for the Wildcats.

Woodbury Central rolled over Gehlen Catholic 72-29 Thursday night in the girls game at Moville, getting double figure scoring performances from all five starters.  Halle Gray had 17, Maddie Paulsen 16, Sally Gallagher 11 and Payge Ronfedlt & Kelsey Smith 10 each.  Sydney Livermore and Kaylee Schmit had 8 points each to lead the Lady Jays, who saw their record tumble to 2-and-11 for the season.  Woodbury Central improves to 7-and-6.

The doubleheader was a make-up of Monday’s postponement.

(G) (#15-4A)Le Mars (10-3/6-2) 62, Estherville/Lincoln Central 41 (make-up)
(B) Le Mars (7-5/6-2) 86, Estherville/Lincoln Central 43 (make-up)

(G) Woodbury Central 72, Gehlen Catholic (2-11) 29 (make-up)
(B) Gehlen Catholic (10-3) 62, Woodbury Central 52 (make-up)

(G) Hinton 40, Hartley-Melvin-Sanborn 31* (make-up)
(B) Hinton 56, Hartley-Melvin-Sanborn 48* (make-up)

(G) (#15-1A)Akron-Westfield 63, Clay Central-Everly 30*
(B) Akron-Westfield 79, Clay Central-Everly 59*

(G) (#9-1A)Kingsley-Pierson 81, MMCRU 36
(B) Kingsley-Pierson 55, MMCRU 45

(G) (#2-3A)Sioux Center 74, Unity Christian 49
(B) Unity Christian 69, Sioux Center 67

(G) Siouxland Christian 53, OA-BCIG 48
(B) Siouxland Christian 61, OA-BCIG 38

(G) West Monona 55, Whiting 29
(B) West Monona 85, Whiting 18

(G) East Sac County 56, Maple Valley/Anthon-Oto 31
(B) Maple Valley/Anthon-Oto 63, East Sac County 54

(G) Sioux City West 52, Sioux City North 44

(G) Bishop Heelan 69, Sioux City East 56

(college basketball)

(3) U-C-L-A 102, Arizona State 80
(4) Gonzaga 88, Santa Clara 57
(11) Oregon 86, California 63
(12) Louisville 92, Clemson 60
(14) Arizona 73, Southern Cal 66
(23) Saint Mary’s (Cal) 62, Pacific 50
(25) Maryland 84, Iowa (11-9) 76

(N-B-A basketball)

Cleveland 118, Phoenix 103
Miami 99, Dallas 95
Washington 113, New York 110
San Antonio 118, Denver 104
Minnesota 104, L.A. Clippers 101

(N-H-L hockey)

Ottawa 2, Columbus 0
N.Y. Islanders 3, Dallas 0
N.Y. Rangers 5, Toronto 2
Washington 7, St. Louis 3
Minnesota 4, Arizona 3
Nashville 4, Calgary 3
Anaheim 2, Colorado 1
San Jose 2, Tampa Bay 1

 

 

FRIDAY RESULTS – January 20

(high school basketball)

SPENCER — Both the Le Mars guys and gals used a big third quarter on the road Friday night to sweep a Lakes Conference basketball doubleheader from Spencer.  The Lady Bulldogs opened the second half with a 16-2 run to go from a 6-point halftime lead to a 20-point advantage 5 1/2 minutes into the third quarter and Le Mars won their fifth in a row, 56-36, over the Lady Tigers.  Madison Dreckman led the way to victory with a career-high 23 points and Sidney Baumgartner added a career-best 16 points.  Spencer was playing without leading scorer Keeley Petzenhauser because of the flu.  Ally Schlaeger scored 16 to pace Spencer’s scoring attack.  No. 15 (4A) Le Mars improves to 11-and-3 for the season and 7-and-2 in the Lakes Conference while Spencer slips to 6-and-7 for the season and 4-and-5 in league play.

The Le Mars boys closed the first half on an 8-2 run to extend a 21-18 lead to 29-20 at halftime and then blew the game wide open with a 17-0 start to the third quarter and the Bulldogs won a 62-34 decision from the Spencer Tigers.  Trent Hilbrands led Le Mars with 16 points to raise his high school career points total to 1,293 while Jake Thompson and Will Pottebaum added 15 each for the Bulldogs.  Brady Kluender had 10 points for Spencer.  Le Mars improves to 8-and-5 for the season and 7-and-2 in Lakes Conference play while Spencer falls to 5-and-8 with a 3-and-6 league mark.

LAKES CONFERENCE
(G) (#15-4A)Le Mars (11-3/7-2) 56, Spencer 36
(B) Le Mars (8-5/7-2) 62, Spencer 34

(G) (#5-2A)Western Christian 83, Spirit Lake 48
(B) (#1-2A)Western Christian 65, (#9-3A)Spirit Lake 40

(G) (#4-3A)Cherokee 91, Estherville/Lincoln Central 63
(B) Estherville/Lincoln Central 59, Cherokee 39

(G) Emmetsburg 50, Storm Lake 48
(B) Storm Lake 81, Emmetsburg 45

WAR EAGLE CONFERENCE
(Gehlen was idle)

(G) (#15-1A)Akron-Westfield 49, Trinity Christian 18*
(B) Akron-Westfield 67, Trinity Christian 31*

(G) Unity Christian 53, Remsen St. Mary’s 44*
(B) (#4-1A)Remsen St. Mary’s 59, Unity Christian 56*

(G) MMCRU 50, Clay Central-Everly 41*
(B) Clay Central-Everly 54, MMCRU 42*

(G) (#14-2A)West Sioux 54, South O’Brien 36*
(B) West Sioux 70, South O’Brien 49*

(G) Hartley-Melvin-Sanborn 67, Harris-Lake Park 48*
(B) Harris-Lake Park 53, Hartley-Melvin-Sanborn 26*

WESTERN VALLEY CONFERENCE
(G) (#9-1A)Kingsley-Pierson 76, West Monona 64
(B) Kingsley-Pierson 59, West Monona 42

(G) Lawton-Bronson 61, River Valley 40
(B) Lawton-Bronson 85, River Valley 44

(G) Ridge View 57, Woodbury Central 54
(B) Woodbury Central 61, Ridge View 43

(G) Westwood 73, Maple Valley/Anthon-Oto 27
(B) Maple Valley/Anthon-Oto 66, Westwood 38

(G) Siouxland Christian 53, OA-BCIG 48

SIOUXLAND CONFERENCE
(G) M-O-C/Floyd Valley 53, Boyden-Hull 31
(B) Boyden-Hull 76, M-O-C/Floyd Valley 63

(G) (#2-3A)Sioux Center 73, Okoboji 47
(B) Sioux Center 86, Okoboji 78

(G) Central Lyon 48, George-Little Rock 37
(B) George-Little Rock 55, Central Lyon 53

(G) Rock Valley 61, Sheldon 44
(B) Rock Valley 61, (#6-2A)Sheldon 43

(G) (#12-2A)West Lyon 72, Sibley-Ocheyedan 37
(B) West Lyon 82, Sibley-Ocheyedan 48

MISSOURI RIVER ACTIVITIES CONFERENCE
(B) Bishop Heelan 79, (#2-4A)Sioux City East 74

(B) Sioux City West 90, Sioux City North 80

(G) (#5-4A)Lewis Central 53, Sergeant Bluff-Luton 44
(B) Lewis Central 62, (#9-3A)Sergeant Bluff-Luton 40

(N-B-A basketball)

Charlotte 113, Toronto 78
Orlando 112, Milwaukee 96
Philadelphia 93, Portland 92
Atlanta 102, Chicago 93
Brooklyn 143, New Orleans 114
Golden State 125, Houston 108
Memphis 107, Sacramento 91
Utah 112, Dallas 107, OT
L.A. Lakers 108, Indiana 96

(N-H-L hockey)

Pittsburgh 7, Carolina 1
Chicago 1, Boston 0
Buffalo 3, Detroit 2, OT
Montreal 3, New Jersey 1
Nashville 3, Edmonton 2, SO
Vancouver 2, Florida 1

 

 

SATURDAY RESULTS – January 21

(wrestling)

Bishop Heelan Dual Team Tournament   —  Le Mars finished 1-and-4 for the day

Lewis Central 45, Le Mars (17-7) 27  —  Bulldog winners:  106#-Riley Presuhn won by a forfeit  ..  120#-Jake Franksen-Small won by a 10-5 decision  ..  126#-Matthew Simoni won by a 4-1 decision  ..  145#-Joel McGrew won by a 3-1 decision  ..  220#-Travis Theisen won by a fall  ..  285#-Brennick Hoppe won by a fall.

Bishop Heelan 53, Le Mars (17-8) 16  —  Bulldog winners:  113#-Fernando Zetina won by a forfeit  ..  120#-Jake Franksen-Small won by a 7-0 decision  ..  126#-Matthew Simoni won by a 15-1 Major Decision  ..  145#-Joel McGrew won by a 5-3 decision.

Columbus (NE.) 50, Le Mars (17-9) 22  —  Bulldog winners:  113#-Fernando Zetina won by a forfeit  ..  120#-Jake Franksen-Small won by a forfeit  ..  126#-Mathew Simoni won by a 10-1 Major Decision  ..  145#-Joel McGrew won by a forfeit.

Le Mars (18-9) 69, Sioux City West 6  —  Bulldog winners:  106#-Jason Hand won by a forfeit  ..  113#-Fernando Zetina won by a forfeit  ..  120#-Kaden Ostermyer won by a fall  ..  126#-Jake Franksen-Small won by a fall  ..  132#-Jacob Singer won by a forfeit  ..  138#-Jordan Jensen won by a fall  ..  145#-Joel McGrew won by a forfeit  ..  152#-Myles Kass won by a forfeit  ..  160#-Tanner Gesink won by a forfeit  ..  195#-Matthew Sauer won by an 8-6 decision  ..  220#-Austin Anderson won by a fall  ..  285#-Travis Theisen won by a forfeit.

(seventh place match)  Sioux City East 47, Le Mars (18-10) 24  —  Bulldog winners:  120#-Jake Franksen-Small won by a fall  ..  126#-Matthew Simoni won by a fall  ..  145#-Joel McGrew won by a 5-4 decision  ..  220#-Travis Theisen won by a forfeit  ..  285#-Austin Anderson won by a 3-2 decision.

(high school basketball)

LE MARS — Gehlen Catholic fell to 2-and-12 for the season, dropping a 94-43 decision to Westwood Saturday night at the Jason Puetz Memorial Gymnasium.  The Lady Rebels led 29-7 after the first quarter and 57-22 by halftime.  Carah Drees led a balanced scoring attack with 17 points, Brooklyn Topf had 15, Kalie Toben 14 and Andree Martin 13.  Sydney Livermore led Gehlen with 11 points while Addison Weber had 8 and Chloe Bunkers and Abbie Dickman 7 each.

(G) Westwood 94, Gehlen Catholic (2-12) 43

(G) Remsen St. Mary’s 45, Trinity Christian 22* (make-up)
(B) (#4-1a)Remsen St. Mary’s 56, Trinity Christian 25* (make-up)

(G) Siouxland Christian 53, Hinton 29
(B) Siouxland Christian 67, Hinton 34

(G) Boyden-Hull 63, South O’Brien 46
(B) Boyden-Hull 61, South O’Brien 35

(G) (#14-2A)West Sioux 59, (#12-2A)West Lyon 40
(B) West Lyon 76, West Sioux 51

(G) Dakota Valley 52, Lawton-Bronson 37
(B) Dakota Valley 68, Lawton-Bronson 45

(G) (#2-2A)Treynor 76, Bishop Heelan 62
(B) Bishop Heelan 74, Treynor 51

(G) Sioux Falls Lincoln 73, Sioux City East 42
(B) (#2-4A)Sioux City East 65, Sioux Falls Lincoln 59

(G) Sioux City North 51, Council Bluffs T-J 28
(B) Sioux City North 76, Council Bluffs T-J 47

(G) Sergeant Bluff-Luton 71, Spencer 69

(G) (#11-2A)Logan-Magnolia 48, West Monona 33
(B) Logan-Magnolia 72, West Monona 33

(college basketball)

(W) Buena Vista 85, Luther 66  —  Holly Schneider (Le Mars) had 13 pt., going 3-for-3 from behind the 3-pt. arch for B.V.

G-P-A-C:  Morningside 85, Concordia (NE.) 65 — Tyler Borchers (Le Mars) had 3 pts. for Morningside

BIG 12:  Iowa State 92, Oklahoma 87, 2 OTs

Top 25 games:

(1) Villanova 78, Providence 68
(2) Kansas 79, Texas 67
(14) Arizona 96, (3) U-C-L-A 85
(4) Gonzaga 73, Portland 52
(5) Kentucky 85, (24) South Carolina 69
(6) Baylor 62, T-C-U 53
Marquette 102, (7) Creighton 94
Kansas State 79, (8) West Virginia 75
(9) North Carolina 90, Boston College 82
(10) Florida State 73, (12) Louisville 68
(11) Oregon 69, Stanford 52
(13) Butler 70, DePaul 69, OT
(15) Notre Dame 84, Syracuse 66
(16) Virginia 62, Georgia Tech 49
(17) Wisconsin 78 Minnesota 76, OT
(18) Duke 70, Miami 58
Vanderbilt 68, (19) Florida 66
(20) Cincinnati 78, Tulane 61
(21) Purdue 77, Penn St. 52
(23) Saint Mary’s (Cal) 85, Pepperdine 65

(N-B-A basketball)

Portland 127, Boston 123, OT
Detroit 113, Washington 112
Atlanta 110, Philadelphia 93
Charlotte 112, Brooklyn 105
Miami 109, Milwaukee 97
Phoenix 107, New York 105
Houston 119, Memphis 95
San Antonio 118, Cleveland 115, OT
Chicago 102, Sacramento 99
Denver 123, L.A. Clippers 98
Utah 109, Indiana 100

(N-H-L hockey)

Winnipeg 5, St. Louis 3
Columbus 3, Carolina 2
Ottawa 3, Toronto 2, SO
N.Y. Islanders 4, Los Angeles 2
New Jersey 4, Philadelphia 1
Buffalo 3, Montreal 2, OT
Washington 4, Dallas 3, OT
Arizona 5, Tampa Bay 3
Minnesota 5, Anaheim 3
Edmonton 7, Calgary 3
San Jose 3, Colorado 2, OT

 

 

SUNDAY RESULTS – January 22

(N-F-L playoff football)

CONFERENCE CHAMPIONSHIP GAMES
N-F-C – Atlanta 44, Green Bay 21
A-F-C – New England 36, Pittsburgh 17

ATLANTA — The Atlanta Falcons are N-F-C champions after Matt Ryan threw for four touchdowns and ran for another in a 44-21 rout of the Packers. Atlanta dominated the first half, scoring on four of their five possessions to take a 24-0 lead into the locker room.  Ryan was 27 of 38 for 392 yards and no interceptions. His primary target was Julius Jones, who had nine receptions for 180 yards and two T-Ds, including a 73-yard grab-and-run that put the Falcons up 31-0 on their second offensive play of the second half.  Atlanta blanked the Packers until Aaron Rodgers hit Davante Adams for a two-yard touchdown in the third quarter. Rodgers was 27 of 45 for 287 yards, three T-Ds and one interception.

FOXBORO — New England quarterback Tom Brady has broken his franchise record, passing for 384 yards and three touchdowns to power the Patriots to a 36-17 win over the Pittsburgh Steelers in Sunday’s A-F-C Championship game at Gillette Stadium.  Brady completed 32 of 42 passes, picking apart Pittsburgh’s defense, often hitting wide open receivers who found plenty of room to move in Pittsburgh’s zone defense.  New England advances to Houston for Super Bowl 51 against the Atlanta Falcons in two weeks.

(college basketball)

(22) Xavier 86, Georgetown 75

(N-B-A basketball)

Golden State 118, Orlando 98
Dallas 122, L.A. Lakers 73
Phoenix 115, Toronto 103
Minnesota 111, Denver 108

(N-H-L hockey)

N.Y. Rangers 1, Detroit 0, OT
Pittsburgh 5, Boston 1
Columbus 7, Ottawa 6, OT
Philadelphia 3, N.Y. Islanders 2, OT
Chicago 4, Vancouver 2
Nashville 4, Minnesota 2