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KLEM Local Schedule (week of March 27)

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MONDAY RESULTS – March 27

(college basketball)

WOMEN’S N-C-A-A TOURNAMENT
BRIDGEPORT REGIONAL FINAL
U-Conn 90, Oregon 52

STOCKTON REGIONAL FINAL
South Carolina 71, Florida State 64

(N-B-A basketball)

Toronto 131, Orlando 112
New York 109, Detroit 95
San Antonio 103, Cleveland 74
Oklahoma City 92, Dallas 91
Sacramento 91, Memphis 90
Utah 108, New Orleans 100

(N-H-L hockey)

Nashville 3, N-Y Islanders 1
Detroit 4, Carolina 3, OT
Buffalo 4, Florida 2
Tampa Bay 5, Chicago 4, OT
St. Louis 4, Arizona 1
Calgary 4, Colorado 2

(spring training baseball)

Chicago White Sox 5 L.A. Dodgers 2
Texas 6, Colorado 5
San Diego 12, Seattle 2
L.A. Angels 4, Arizona 2
Atlanta 11, Detroit 3
St. Louis 3, Houston 2
Pittsburgh 4, Minnesota 1
Philadelphia 7, Toronto 1
Cleveland 4, Chicago Cubs 3
Boston 11, Baltimore 9
Kansas City 10, Oakland 3
N-Y Mets (ss) 5, Miami 0
Washington 6, N-Y Mets (ss) 0
San Francisco 14, Cincinnati 2

 

 

TUESDAY RESULTS – March 28

(college basketball)

N-I-T SEMIFINALS (at Madison Square Garden)
Georgia Tech 76, Cal State-Bakersfield 61
T-C-U 68, U-C-F 53

NEW YORK – Georgia Tech and T-C-U have moved into the NIT title game.  Josh Okogie scored a game-high 22 points and Ben Lammers finished with 15 and 11 rebounds as the Yellow Jackets knocked out Cal State Bakersfield, 76-61 at Madison Square Garden. Quinton Stephens had 13 points for Georgia Tech, which led by nine before going on a 15-6 spurt to surge ahead 55-37.  Dedrick Basile’s 18 points led the Roadrunners.

In Game 2, Kenrich Williams scored 12 of his 14 points in the second half of the Horned Frogs’ 68-53 win over Central Florida. Williams also grabbed 14 rebounds and had seven assists for TCU, which trailed by two before opening the second half with a 16-5 run.

(N-B-A basketball)

Milwaukee 118, Charlotte 108
Minnesota 115, Indiana 114
Atlanta 95, Phoenix 91
Miami 97, Detroit 96
Philadelphia 106, Brooklyn 101
Golden State 113, Houston 106
Portland 122, Denver 113
Washington 119, L.A. Lakers 108

(N-H-L hockey)

Boston 4, Nashville 1
Carolina 4, Detroit 1
Philadelphia 3, Ottawa 2, SO
Winnipeg 4, New Jersey 3, SO
Columbus 3, Buffalo 1
Toronto 3, Florida 2
Montreal 4, Dallas 1
Washington 5, Minnesota 4, OT
Edmonton 2, Los Angeles 1
Anaheim 4, Vancouver 1
San Jose 5, N.Y. Rangers 4, OT

(spring training baseball)

Baltimore 5, Atlanta 4
Houston 7, Miami 3
Texas 4, Colorado 3
Milwaukee 13, Cleveland 12
Arizona 15, Seattle 6
Boston 9, Pittsburgh 2
Toronto 10, Philadelphia 4
Minnesota 1, Tampa Bay 0
Kansas City 7, Chicago White Sox 4
L.A. Angels 14, Oakland 3
Detroit 6, N-Y Yankees 3
St. Louis 3, N-Y Mets 3, tie
San Francisco 10, Chicago Cubs 7
L.A. Dodgers (ss) 3, San Diego 1
Cincinnati 9, L.A. Dodgers (ss) 3
Miami 4, Washington 2

 

 

WEDNESDAY RESULTS – March 29

(track)

(G/B) Gehlen Catholic at the C-Y-O meet in Sioux City – CANCELLED

(N-B-A basketball)

Atlanta 99, Philadelphia 92
Oklahoma City 114, Orlando 106, OT
Charlotte 110, Toronto 106
Miami 105, New York 88
Milwaukee 103, Boston 100
Memphis 110, Indiana 97
New Orleans 121, Dallas 118
Golden State 110, San Antonio 98
L.A. Clippers 133, Washington 124
Utah 112, Sacramento 82

(N-H-L hockey)

Chicago 5, Pittsburgh 1
Los Angeles 4, Calgary 1
Washington 5, Colorado 3
St. Louis 3, Arizona 1

(spring training baseball)

Miami 5, Houston 5, tie
Philadelphia 8, Detroit 2
L.A. Angels 8, Milwaukee 6
Cleveland 9, Cincinnati 6
San Diego 9, Chicago White Sox 9, tie
Chicago Cubs 15, Oakland 11
L.A. Dodgers 3, Seattle 3, tie
Tampa Bay 15, Baltimore 6
Minnesota 5, Boston 3
N-Y Yankees 3, Toronto 1
Texas 0, Kansas City 0, tie
St. Louis 6, Washington 2
Philadelphia 8, Pittsburgh 2
N-Y Mets 2, Atlanta 2, tie

 

 

THURSDAY RESULTS – March 30

(track)

(G/B) Le Mars at the Unity Christian Invitational – POSTPONED TO FRIDAY, MARCH 31st

(college basketball)

N-I-T FINALS
T-C-U 88, Georgia Tech 56

NEW YORK – T-C-U is the N-I-T champion following an 88-56 rout of Georgia Tech. Kenrich Williams was named the tournament MVP after delivering 25 points and 12 rebounds. Vlad Brodziansky scored 18 points for the Horned Frogs, who opened on a 20-3 run en route to their first N-I-T title.

(N-B-A basketball)

Detroit 90, Brooklyn 89
Minnesota 119, L.A. Lakers 104
Chicago 99, Cleveland 93
L.A. Clippers 124, Phoenix 118
Portland 117, Houston 107

(N-H-L hockey)

Carolina 2, Columbus 1, OT
Philadelphia 6, N-Y Islanders 3
Montreal 6, Florida 2
Boston 2, Dallas 0
Tampa Bay 5, Detroit 3
Toronto 3, Nashville 1
Winnipeg 4, Anaheim 3, OT
Minnesota 5, Ottawa 1
Edmonton 3, San Jose 2

(spring training baseball)

Boston 8, Washington 1
N-Y Yankees 14, Philadelphia 1
Houston 8, Chi Cubs 6
Arizona 6, Cleveland 3
L.A. Angels 3, L.A. Dodgers 2
San Francisco 3, Oakland 0
Minnesota 6, Tampa Bay 6, tie
Detroit 7, Baltimore 3
Colorado 10, San Diego 5

 

 

FRIDAY RESULTS – March 31

(track)

(G/B) Unity Christian Invitational (make-up from Thursday)

(girls results)  TEAM STANDINGS:  1. Le Mars (254)  ..  2. Unity Christian (173)  ..  3. M-O-C/Floyd Valley (115).

Le Mars results:  (FIRST PLACES)  High Jump — Jayden Weiler (4’8″)  ..  100-meter dash — Stephanie Williams (:14.02)  ..  3000-meter run — Maddie Hurt (11:49.31)  ..  100-meter Hurdles — Annie Ellis (:17.67)  ..  4X100 Relay — (:54.32.2)  ..  4X200 Relay — (1:53.09)  ..  4X400 Relay — (4:21.53)  ..  4X800 — (10:33.20)  ..  Distance Medley Relay — (4:34.67)  ..  Shuttle Hurdle Relay — (1:15.47).  (SECOND PLACES) Discus — Anna Vacura (101’6″)  ..  Long Jump — Stephanie Williams (15’0″)  ..  200-meter dash — Jordyn Davison (:30.38)  ..  800-meter run — Maddie Hurt (2:39.18)  ..  1500-meter run — Kara Albrecht (5:35.71)  ..  100-meter hurdles — Jacinta Sargisson (:18.12)  ..  400-meter hurdles — Jacinta Sargisson (1:19.75)  ..  Sprint Medley Relay — (2:08.94)  ..  Shuttle Hurdle Relay — (1:16.61).

(boys results)  TEAM STANDINGS:  1. Le Mars (276)  ..  2. Unity Christian (185)  ..  3. M-O-C/Floyd Valley (111).

Le Mars results:  (FIRST PLACES) Shot Put — Cody Franck (40’11”)  ..  100-meter dash — Collin Nemmers (:11.86)  ..  110-meter hurdles — Kyle Kliever (:16.71)  ..  400-meter hurdles — Ben Wadle (1:02.38)  ..  100-meter wheelchair — Kadin Woodard (:23.57)  ..  200-meter wheelchair — Kadin Woodard (:42.48)  ..  400-meter wheelchair — Kadin Woodard (1:58.17)  ..  4X100 Relay — (:46.34)  ..  4X200 Relay — (1:36.31)  ..  4X400 Relay — (3:36.06)  ..  4X800 Relay — (8:47.77)  ..  Shuttle Hurdle Relay — (1:05.59)  ..  Sprint Medley Relay — (1:42.12).  (SECOND PLACES)  Discus — Riley Kluver (116’5″)  ..  Long Jump — J.T. Engebretson (18’9″)  ..  High Jump — Logan Lancaster (5’4″)  ..  110-meter hurdles — Mika Wilhus (:19.78)  ..  400-meter dash — Brandon Olson (:57.72)  ..  800-meter run — Alec Rieken (2:09.58)  ..  400-meter hurdles — Mika Wilhus (1:07.04)  ..  4X200 Relay — (1:42.15)  ..  Distance Medley Relay  — (4:13.81)  ..  Shuttle Hurdle Relay — (1:14.14).

(college basketball)

WOMEN’S N-C-A-A SEMIFINALS
South Carolina 62, Stanford 53
Mississippi State 66, U-Conn 64, overtime

DALLAS – U-Conn’s record 111-game winning streak has been stopped by Morgan William and Mississippi State in the women’s Final Four at Dallas. William drained a 15-foot at the buzzer to give the Bulldogs a 66-64 overtime win over the Huskies. William scored 13 points for Mississippi State, which blew a 16-point lead before advancing to Sunday’s title game against South Carolina.

(Champions Indoor Football)

Sioux City Bandits 63, Omaha Beef 56

(N-B-A basketball)

Charlotte 122, Denver 114
Toronto 111, Indiana 100
Boston 117, Orlando 116
Cleveland 122, Philadelphia 105
Memphis 99, Dallas 90
Milwaukee 108, Detroit 105, OT
New Orleans 117, Sacramento 89
New York 98, Miami 94
San Antonio 100, Oklahoma City 95
Utah 95, Washington 88
Golden State 107, Houston 98

(N-H-L hockey)

Pittsburgh 4, N.Y. Rangers 3, SO
N.Y. Islanders 2, New Jersey 1
Chicago 3, Columbus 1
Colorado 2, St. Louis 1, SO
Calgary 5, San Jose 2
Los Angeles 2, Vancouver 0
Arizona 6, Washington 3

(spring training baseball)

Tampa Bay 7, Philadelphia 7, tie
Chicago Cubs 6, Houston 3
Miami 7, Detroit 1
Pittsburgh 1, Toronto 1, tie
Atlanta 8, N-Y Yankees 5
Milwaukee 5, Chicago White Sox 2
Cleveland 9, Arizona 4
Colorado 5. Seattle 5, tie
L.A. Dodgers 3, L.A. Angels 1
San Francisco 2, Oakland 1
Texas 3, Kansas City 0
Boston at Washington, cancelled

 

 

SATURDAY RESULTS – April 1

(college basketball)

MEN’S N-C-A-A SEMIFINALS (at Glendale, Arizona)
(2) Gonzaga 77, South Carolina 73
(5) North Carolina 77, (9) Oregon 76

GLENDALE, Ariz. — Nigel Williams-Goss scored 23 points, Gonzaga’s big men combined for 27 and the Bulldogs used some last-second strategy for a 77-73 victory over South Carolina on Saturday in a matchup of first-time teams at the Final Four.  The Bulldogs’ 7-footers, senior Przemek Karnowski and freshman Zach Collins, took care of things on both ends of the court as they combined for 18 rebounds. Collins also had six blocks.  Gonzaga (37-1) will face the winner between North Carolina and Oregon for the national championship on Monday night.  Williams-Goss missed a shot with 12.7 seconds left and South Carolina rebounded and called a timeout trailing 75-72. South Carolina passed the ball around and Gonzaga fouled Sindarius Thornwell with 3.5 seconds left. He made the first and missed the second on purpose. Killian Tillie rebounded for Gonzaga, was fouled and made two free throws with 2.2 seconds left to cement the game.

GLENDALE, Ariz. — Kennedy Meeks capped off his career night with an offensive rebound that helped North Carolina hold off Oregon 77-76 and return to the NCAA championship game, where its title hopes got dashed at the buzzer last season.  Meeks, a senior, matched his career high with 25 points. But it was his 14th rebound that saved Saturday night’s game for North Carolina (32-7).  Clinging to a one-point lead with 5.8 seconds left, the Tar Heels missed four straight free throws, but grabbed the rebounds after both of the misses on the back half. Meeks got the last one and threw the ball outside to allow the Tar Heels to eliminate the Ducks (33-6).  North Carolina moves on to play Gonzaga in the title game Monday. Last year in the same game, the Tar Heels fell when Villanova’s Kris Jenkins hit a 3-pointer at the buzzer for the win.

(N-B-A basketball)

L.A. Clippers 115, L.A. Lakers 104
Chicago 106, Atlanta 104
Brooklyn 121, Orlando 111
Sacramento 123, Minnesota 117
Portland 130, Phoenix 117

(N-H-L hockey)

Boston 5, Florida 2
Nashville 3, Minnesota 0
Toronto 5, Detroit 4
Philadelphia 3, New Jersey 0
Dallas 3, Carolina 0
Montreal 2, Tampa Bay 1, OT
Winnipeg 4, Ottawa 2
Edmonton 3, Anaheim 2, OT

(spring training baseball)

Miami 3, Detroit 2
Toronto 6, Pittsburgh 4
Boston 4, Washington 4, tie
Texas 5, Kansas City 3
Milwaukee 5, Chicago White Sox 4
San Francisco 6, Oakland 3
Seattle 1, Colorado 1, tie
L.A. Angels 4, L.A. Dodgers 4, tie

 

 

SUNDAY RESULTS – April 2

(major league baseball – regular season openers)

AMERICA LEAGUE
Tampa Bay 7, N.Y. Yankees 3

NATIONAL LEAGUE
Arizona 6, San Francisco 5
St. Louis 4, Chicago Cubs 3

ST. LOUIS – Randall Grichuk hit a two-run homer and added a game-winning, RBI single in the bottom of the ninth to give the Cardinals a 4-3 win over the defending-champion Chicago Cubs in St. Louis. Willson Contreras tied the game with a three-run blast in the ninth, but the Cubs were unable to win the opener of their first championship defense in 108 years. Carlos Martinez was sharp for the Redbirds, limiting the Cubbies to six hits and no walks while fanning 10 over seven scoreless innings.

(college basketball)

WOMEN’S N-C-A-A FINALS AT DALLAS
South Carolina 67, Mississippi State 55

DALLAS — A’ja Wilson scored 23 points to help coach Dawn Staley and South Carolina win their first national championship with a 67-55 victory over Mississippi State on Sunday night.  Staley made the Final Four three times as a player at Virginia but never won. She also led the Gamecocks to the national semifinals two years ago before losing to Notre Dame.  The victory in front of a sellout crowd came one day after the Gamecocks men’s basketball team lost in the Final Four in Phoenix.  Mississippi State had all the momentum on its side after a shocking win over U-Conn on Friday night that ended the Huskies’ record 111-game winning streak.  The Bulldogs couldn’t muster the same effort against their S-E-C rival. Morgan William, who had become the face of the tournament with the game-winner against the Huskies after a 41-point performance against Baylor, was held to just eight.

(N-B-A basketball)

Boston 110, New York 94
Charlotte 113, Oklahoma City 101
Dallas 109, Milwaukee 105
L.A. Lakers 108, Memphis 103
San Antonio 109, Utah 103
Brooklyn 91, Atlanta 82
Chicago 117, New Orleans 110
Denver 116, Miami 113
Cleveland 135, Indiana 130, 2 OTs
Toronto 113, Philadelphia 105
Golden State 139, Washington 115
Houston 123, Phoenix 116

(N-H-L hockey)

Boston 3, Chicago 2
N.Y. Islanders 4, Buffalo 2
St. Louis 4, Nashville 1
Pittsburgh 3, Carolina 2
Washington 3, Columbus 2
Minnesota 5, Colorado 2
Tampa Bay 6, Dallas 3
San Jose 3, Vancouver 1
N.Y. Rangers 4, Philadelphia 3
Anaheim 4, Calgary 3
Arizona 2, Los Angeles 1