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KLEM Local Schedule (week of March 13)

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MONDAY RESULTS – March 13

(N-B-A basketball)

Chicago 115, Charlotte 109
Toronto 100, Dallas 78
Memphis 113, Milwaukee 93
Minnesota 119, Washington 104
San Antonio 107, Atlanta 99
Utah 114, L.A. Clippers 108
Denver 129, L.A. Lakers 101
Sacramento 120, Orlando 115

(N-H-L hockey)

Columbus 5, Philadelphia 3
Tampa Bay 3, N.Y. Rangers 2
Carolina 8, N.Y. Islanders 4
Nashville 5, Winnipeg 4, OT
Calgary 4, Pittsburgh 3, SO
Arizona 1, Colorado 0
St. Louis 3, Los Angeles 1
Boston 6, Vancouver 3

(spring trainiing baseball)

Baltimore 6, Philadelphia 4
St. Louis 6, Houston 3
Detroit 3, Washington 3, 10 Innings
Milwaukee 24, Seattle 3
Cincinnati 3, Oakland 1
Kansas City 4, Colorado 2
L.A. Dodgers 3, L.A. Angels 1
Texas 7, San Francisco 1
Minnesota 9, Tampa Bay 4
Toronto 4, Boston 3
Chicago White Sox 9, Cleveland 5
Atlanta 7, Pittsburgh 6
N-Y Mets 6, Miami 4
Chicago Cubs 3, San Diego 1

 

 

TUESDAY RESULTS – March 14

(indoor high school track)

Lakes Conference meet at Buena Vista University

(girls results)  FIRST PLACE FINISHERS:  60-meter dash — Stephanie Williams (:08.57)  ..  800-meter run  —  Chloe Calhoun (2:31.02)  ..  Shuttle Hurdle Relay  —  (1:13.50) (Annie Ellis-Brooke Alesch-Natalia Kuiken-Halie Schwartz)  ..  High Jump  —  Dakotah Owens (5’2″).  SECOND PLACE FINISHERS:  1500-meter run  —  Chloe Calhoun (5:28.86)  ..  4X200 Relay  —  (1:54.63) (Katie McAllister-Halie Schwartz-Dakotah Owens-Haylee Cooper).

(boys results)  FIRST PLACE FINISHERS:  200-meter dash  —  Colin Nemmers (:24.30)  ..  Shuttle Hurdle Relay  —  (1:03.00) (Kyle Kliever-Ben Wadle-Mika Wilhus-Zach Spieler).  SECOND PLACE FINISHERS:  4X400 Relay  —  (3:46.31) (Eric Grasz-J.T. Engebretson-Landon Parmelee-Andrew Waskow)  ..  4X800 Relay  —  (9:06.28) (Alec Rieken-Andrew Waskow-Landen Parmelee-Austin Wurth).

(college basketball tournaments)

N-C-A-A
First Four
Mount St. Mary’s 67, New Orleans 66
Kansas State 95, Wake Forest 88

N-I-T
Round 1
Illinois 82, Valparaiso 57
Boise State 73, Utah 68
Richmond 71, Alabama 64
Oakland 74, Clemson 69
Mississippi 91, Monmouth (NJ) 83
Georgia Tech 75, Indiana 63
Colorado State 81, College of Charleston 74
Cal State-Bakersfield 73, California 66

(N-B-A basketball)

Cleveland 128, Detroit 96
New York 87, Indiana 81
Oklahoma City 122, Brooklyn 104
New Orleans 100, Portland 77
Golden State 106, Philadelphia 104

(N-H-L hockey)

N-Y Islanders 3, Carolina 2, OT
Washington 4, Minnesota 2
Tampa Bay 2, Ottawa 1, OT
Florida 7, Toronto 2
Chicago 4, Montreal 2
Edmonton 7, Dallas 1
Arizona 3, L.A. Kings 2, SO
San Jose 4, Buffalo 1
Winnipeg at New Jersey 7:00 p.m., postponed

(spring training baseball)

N-Y Mets 2, Houston 1
Detroit 7, Miami 1
San Francisco 6, Cleveland 5
Colorado 4, Oakland 3
Arizona 12, Texas 0
Boston 5, Toronto 4
Tampa Bay (ss) 9, Baltimore 6
Tampa Bay (ss) 10, N-Y Yankees 6
Kansas City 8, L.A. Angels 4
Seattle 7, Chicago White Sox 6
Philadelphia 9, Atlanta 0
L.A. Dodgers 6, Cincinnati 5
Milwaukee 7, Chicago Cubs 7, tie

 

 

WEDNESDAY RESULTS – March 15

(college basketball tournaments)

MENS N-C-A-A
First Four
Southern Cal 75 Providence 71
California-Davis 67 North Carolina Central 63

MENS N-I-T

IOWA CITY — Senior Peter Jok scored 20 points to lead the Iowa Hawkeyes to an 87-75 N-I-T victory over the U-S-D Coyotes Wednesday night at the Carver Hawkeye Arena in Iowa City.  But it was the 59 points from Iowa’s first-year players that was the difference maker for the Hawkeyes Wednesday as they advance to the second round against T-C-U.  Freshman Jordan Bohannon had 18 points and 11 assists while Tyler Cook added 18 points and 8 rebounds for Iowa.  Summit League champion South Dakota was led by Matt Mooney’s 23 points.  The Coyotes season ends at 22-and-12 while Iowa improves to 19-and-14.
Round 1
Illinois State 85, California-Irvine 71
Central Florida 79, Colorado 74
T-C-U 66, Fresno State 59
Iowa 87, South Dakota 75
Syracuse 90, North Carolina-Greensboro 77
Belmont 78, Georgia 69
Texas-Arlington 105, Brigham Young 89
Akron 78, Houston 75

(N-B-A basketball)

Dallas 112, Washington 107
Indiana 98, Charlotte 77
Boston 117, Minnesota 104
Miami 120, New Orleans 112
Utah 97, Detroit 83
Houston 139, L.A. Lakers 100
Memphis 98, Chicago 91
Portland 110, San Antonio 106
Sacramento 107, Phoenix 101
Milwaukee 97, L.A. Clippers 96

(N-H-L hockey)

Philadelphia 4, Pittsburgh 0
Boston 5, Calgary 2
Colorado 3, Detroit 1
Anaheim 2, St. Louis 1

(spring training baseball)

Houston 8, Washington 2
Detroit 8, Atlanta 6
Minnesota 8, St. Louis 0
Pittsburgh 6, Baltimore 5
San Francisco 7, L.A. Angels 4
L.A. Dodgers 12, Seattle 7
N-Y Yankees 3, Philadelphia 1
Boston 3, Tampa Bay 3, tie
Chicago White Sox 7, Kansas City 3
Texas 12, Cleveland 11
Miami 6, N-Y Mets 2
Cincinnati 8, San Diego 7
Colorado 5, Milwaukee 4
Arizona 7, Chicago Cubs 3

 

 

THURSDAY RESULTS – March 16

(college basketball tournaments)

MEN’S N-C-A-A

MILWAUKEE – Monte Morris had 19 points, eight rebounds and eight assists, and Iowa State outlasted Nevada 84-73 on Thursday night to advance to the second round of the NCAA Tournament for the second straight year.  Deonte Burton added 14 points and eight rebounds as the fifth-seeded Cyclones won for the 10th time in their last 11 games, building off their impressive run through the Big 12 Tournament. Naz Mitrou-Long and Matt Thomas had 13 points apiece.  Iowa State (24-10) will try for its third Sweet 16 appearance in four years when it takes on No. 4 seed Purdue on Saturday.
(at Milwaukee, Wisconsin)
SOUTH – (21) Butler 76, Winthrop 64
SOUTH – Middle Tennessee State 81, Minnesota 72
MIDWEST – (15) Purdue 80, Vermont 70
MIDWEST – (17) Iowa State 84, Nevada 73

(at Buffalo)
WEST – (14) Notre Dame 60, Princeton 58
WEST – (13) West Virginia 86, Bucknell 80
EAST – (1) Villanova 75, Mount St. Mary’s 56
EAST – (25) Wisconsin 84, Virginia Tech 74

(at Orlando, Florida)
EAST – (24) Virginia 76, UNC-Wilmington 71
EAST – (20) Florida 80, East Tennessee State 65
WEST – Xavier 76, Maryland 65
WEST – (16) Florida State 86, Florida Gulf Coast 80

(at Salt Lake City)
WEST – (2) Gonzaga 66, South Dakota State 46
WEST – Northwestern 68, Vanderbilt 66
WEST – (22) Saints Mary’s 85, V-C-U 77
WEST – (4) Arizona 100, North Dakota 82

WOMEN’S N-I-T                                                                                                        South Dakota 78, North Dakota 55                                                                         Iowa 95, Missouri State 74

(N-B-A basketball)

Cleveland 91, Utah 83
Oklahoma City 123, Toronto 102
Brooklyn 121, New York 110
Memphis 103, Atlanta 91
Denver 129, L.A. Clippers 114
Golden State 122, Orlando 92

(N-H-L hockey)

Carolina 3, Minnesota 1
Winnipeg 4, N.Y. Islanders 2
Nashville 2, Washington 1, OT
New Jersey 6, Philadelphia 2
Columbus 2, Florida 1
Chicago 2, Ottawa 1
Toronto 5, Tampa Bay 0
Edmonton 7, Boston 4
Detroit 5, Arizona 4, SO
Dallas 4, Vancouver 2
St. Louis 4, San Jose 1
Los Angeles 2, Buffalo 0

(spring training baseball)

Detroit 5, Atlanta 3
St. Louis 2, Minnesota 1
Kansas City 13, San Diego 3
L.A. Angels 8, Colorado 7
Philadelphia 2, Baltimore 2, tie
Boston 4, Pittsburgh 3
N-Y Yankees 11, Toronto 5
Seattle 9, Kansas City 2
Cleveland 6, Oakland 5
Washington 3, N-Y Mets 1
Milwaukee 8, Arizona 5
Chicago Cubs 4, L.A. Dodgers 0

 

 

FRIDAY RESULTS – March 17

(college basketball tournaments)

MEN’S N-C-A-A
(Greenville, South Carolina)
SOUTH – Arkansas 77, Seton Hall 71
SOUTH – (5) North Carolina 103, Texas Southern 64
EAST – (7) Duke 87, Troy 65
EAST – South Carolina 93, Marquette 73

(at Indianapolis, Indiana)
MIDWEST – (23) Michigan 92, Oklahoma State 91
MIDWEST – (10) Louisville 78, Jacksonville State 63
SOUTH – (19) Wichita State 64, Dayton 58
SOUTH – (6) Kentucky 79, Northern Kentucky 70

(at Tulsa, Oklahoma)
EAST – (12) Baylor 91, New Mexico State 73
EAST – Southern Cal 66, (11) S-M-U 65
MIDWEST – (3) Kansas 100, California-Davis 62
MIDWEST – Michigan State 78, Miami (Fla.) 58

(at Sacramento, California)
MIDWEST – (9) Oregon 93, Iona 77
MIDWEST – Rhode Island 84, Creighton 72
SOUTH – (18) Cincinnati 75, Kansas State 61
SOUTH – (8) U-C-L-A 97, Kent State 80

WOMEN’S N-C-A-A                                                                                                  DePaul 88, Northern Iowa 67                                                                                        Creighton 76, Toledo 49

(champions indoor football)

Sioux City 30, Bismark 16

(N-B-A basketball)

Philadelphia 116, Dallas 74
Washington 112, Chicago 107
Boston 98, Brooklyn 95
Toronto 87, Detroit 75
Miami 123, Minnesota 105
New Orleans 128, Houston 112
Orlando 109, Phoenix 103
Milwaukee 107, L.A. Lakers 103

(N-H-L hockey)

Pittsburgh 6, New Jersey 4
Florida 4, N.Y. Rangers 3, SO
Calgary 3, Dallas 1
Buffalo 2, Anaheim 1, SO

(spring training baseball)

Houston 5, Atlanta 4
Toronto 7, Philadelphia 5
Baltimore 8, Pittsburgh 6
Chicago Cubs 7, Chicago White Sox 3
Arizona (ss) 3, Oakland 2
Kansas City 8, Milwaukee 5
Seattle 9, Arizona (ss) 5
Cincinnati 7, Cleveland 3
Seattle 5, L.A. Dodgers (ss) 2
N-Y Yankees 3, Detroit 0
Houston 6, Boston 2
Minnesota 4, Tampa Bay 2
Texas 6, L.A. Angels 5
Cleveland 3, Texas 2
Washington 5, Miami 5
N-Y Mets 16, St. Louis 2
Colorado 5, San Francisco 1
San Diego 3, L.A. Dodgers (ss) 2

 

 

SATURDAY RESULTS – March 18

(college basketball tournaments)

MEN’S N-C-A-A

MILWAUKEE — Caleb Swanigan had 20 points, 12 rebounds and seven assists, and Purdue reached the Sweet 16 for the first time in seven years with a wild 80-76 victory over Iowa State on Saturday night.  The Cyclones erased a 19-point deficit in the second half, taking their first lead of the game on Deonte Burton’s two free throws with 3:11 left. But P.J. Thompson responded with a critical 3-pointer for the Boilermakers, and Swanigan made several huge plays in the final minutes.  After Dakota Mathias missed the front end of a 1-and-1 with 11 seconds left and Purdue clinging to a 78-76 lead, Swanigan tracked down the rebound to set up Thompson’s free throws with 7 seconds remaining. Monte Morris missed a 3 on the other end, and time ran out for Iowa State.

(at Milwaukee, Wisconsin)
SOUTH – (21) Butler 74, Middle Tennessee State 65
MIDWEST – (15) Purdue 80, (17) Iowa State (24-11) 76

(at Buffalo)
WEST – (13) West Virginia 83, (14) Notre Dame 71
EAST – (25) Wisconsin 65, (1) Villanova 62

(at Orlando, Florida)
EAST – (20) Florida 65, (24) Virginia 39
WEST – Xavier 91, (16) Florida State 66

(at Salt Lake City)
WEST – (2) Gonzaga 79, Northwestern 73
WEST – (4) Arizona 69, (22) Saints Mary’s 60

MEN’S N-I-T                                                                                                             Mississippi 85, Syracuse 80

WOMEN’S N-C-A-A                                                                                         Syracuse 85, Iowa State 65                                                                                   Kansas State 67, Drake 54

WOMEN’S N-I-T                                                                                                       Iowa 78, South Dakota 73

(N-B-A basketball)

Oklahoma City 110, Sacramento 94
Portland 113, Atlanta 97
Charlotte 98, Washington 93
L.A. Clippers 108, Cleveland 78
Chicago 95, Utah 86
Memphis 104, San Antonio 96
Houston 109, Denver 105
Golden State 117, Milwaukee 92

(N-H-L hockey)

Detroit 5, Colorado 1
Columbus 3, N.Y. Islanders 2, OT
Washington 5, Tampa Bay 3
Carolina 4, Nashville 2
N.Y. Rangers 3, Minnesota 2
Montreal 4, Ottawa 3, SO
Chicago 2, Toronto 1, OT
St. Louis 3, Arizona 0
Edmonton 2, Vancouver 0
Anaheim 2, San Jose 1

(spring training baseball)

Detroit (ss) 5, Miami 4
Detroit (ss) 7, Atlanta 5
Houston 5, Washington 4
L.A. Dodgers 13, Chicago White Sox 7
Oakland 2, San Diego 1
Texas 3, Cincinnati 3
L.A. Angels 9, Colorado 3
Seattle 6, San Francisco 5
Boston 12, Minnesota 5
Baltimore 5, N-Y Yankees 4
Tampa Bay 3, Toronto 2
Texas 8, Cleveland 4
Cleveland 4, Kansas City 4, 10 Innings
N-Y Mets 5, St. Louis 4
Pittsburgh 13, Philadelphia 8
Milwaukee 13, Chicago Cubs 7

 

 

SUNDAY RESULTS – March 19

(college basketball tournaments)

MEN’S N-C-A-A
(Greenville, South Carolina)
SOUTH – (5) North Carolina 72, Arkansas 65
EAST – South Carolina 88, (7) Duke 81

(at Indianapolis, Indiana)
MIDWEST – (23) Michigan 73, (10) Louisville 69
SOUTH – (6) Kentucky 65, (19) Wichita State 62

(at Tulsa, Oklahoma)
EAST – (12) Baylor 82, Southern Cal 78
MIDWEST – (3) Kansas 90, Michigan State 70

(at Sacramento, California)
MIDWEST – (9) Oregon 75, Rhode Island 72
SOUTH – (8) U-C-L-A 79, (18) Cincinnati 67

MEN’S N-I-T
round 2

IOWA CITY — Alex Robinson and Vladimir Brodziansky each scored 19 points and T-C-U survived 94-92 in overtime against No. 1 seeded Iowa on Sunday to advance to the N-I-T quarterfinals.  T-C-U was playing without starting guard Jaylen Fisher, who broke his wrist and is out for the season.  The Horned Frogs (21-15) led 84-82 in the final seconds when Iowa’s Tyler Cook finished a layup to tie it and send the game to overtime.  TCU never trailed in the extra period, and a Kenrich Williams dunk with 3:02 left gave the Horned Frogs an 88-86 lead they held the rest of the way. T-C-U built a six-point lead with 24 seconds left. A Jordan Bohannon 3 for Iowa trimmed the lead to two (94-92), but the Hawkeyes ran out of time.  Bohannon had a career-high 25 points for Iowa (19-15) and hit seven 3-pointers. Peter Jok added 22 in his final game as a Hawkeye.

Georgia Tech 71, Belmont 57
T-C-U 94, Iowa (19-15) 92, OT     

Richmond 87, Oakland 83

(N-B-A basketball)

Dallas 111, Brooklyn 104
Philadelphia 105, Boston 99
Detroit 112, Phoenix 95
Portland 115, Miami 104
New Orleans 123, Minnesota 109
Toronto 116, Indiana 91
San Antonio 118, Sacramento 102
Cleveland 125, L.A. Lakers 120

(N-H-L hockey)

Columbus 4, New Jersey 1
Pittsburgh 4, Florida 0
Winnipeg 5, Minnesota 4
Chicago 6, Colorado 3
Philadelphia 4, Carolina 3, OT
Montreal 4, Ottawa 1
Calgary 5, L.A. Kings 2

(spring training baseball)

Toronto 11, Pittsburgh 11, tie
Tampa Bay 8, Philadelphia 0, 8 Innings
Arizona 4, Cleveland 4, tie
Colorado 9, Oakland 2
Kansas City 6, Chi Cubs 2
Detroit 7, Baltimore 1
Minnesota 13, Boston 8
N-Y Yankees 6, Houston 4
Texas 3, Seattle 2
Chicago White Sox 11, L.A. Angels 2
Washington 10, Miami 4
St. Louis 5, Atlanta 2
Miami 7, N-Y Mets 5
Milwaukee 6, San Francisco 4
Cincinnati 9, San Diego 4