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KLEM Local Schedule (week of October 9)

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MONDAY RESULTS – October 9

(cross country)

War Eagle Conference meet at Hawarden

(girls results) TEAM STANDINGS:  1. Unity Christian (22)  ..  2. South O’Brien (47)  ..  3. Hartley-Melvin-Sanborn (82)  ..  4. Gehlen Catholic (104)  ..  5. Remsen St. Mary’s (121).  Individual champion:  Darby Schuiteman (Unity Christian) (20:37.62).  Plymouth County medalists:  6th-Kaitlyn Goth (MMCRU) (21:25.36) and 15th-Addison Weber (Gehlen Catholic) (22:44.01).

(boys results) TEAM STANDINGS:  1. Trinity Christian (57)  ..  2. Unity Christian (62)  ..  3. South O’Brien (87)  ..  4. Remsen St. Mary’s (93)  ..  5. Gehlen Catholic (127)  ..  6. Hartley-Melvin-Sanborn (132)  ..  7. Hinton (136)  ..  8. West Sioux (205).  Individual champion:  Peyton Braser (South O’Brien) (16:41.22).  Plymouth County medalists:  2nd-Will Roder (Gehlen Catholic) (17:00.24), 4th-David Grady (Remsen St. Mary’s) (17:40.22), 6th-Shay Galles (Remsen St. Mary’s) (17:51.23), 10th-Jeff Augustine (Gehlen Catholic) (18:27.46) and 11th-Dylan Moss (Hinton) (18:31.35).

Bob Saunders Invitational at Ida Grove

(girls results)  TEAM CHAMPION:  Woodbury Central/Kingsley-Pierson.  Individual results:  1st-Rylee Wright (WC/KP) (19:15.81), 2nd-Suzanne Putze (WC/KP) (19:34.01), 7th-Makayla Archer (WC/KP) (21:27.66), 8th-Mary Putze (WC/KP) (21:37.0), 9th-Sarah Putze (WC/KP) (21:37.0) and 13th-Kalyn Cameron (WC/KP) (21:45.89).

(boys results) TEAM CHAMPION:  South Central Calhoun.  Individual champion:  Spencer Moon (South Central Calhoun) (16:45.43).  Woodbury Central/Kingsley-Pierson top 15 finishers:  8th-Derek Hytrek (18:28.34).

(N-F-L football)

Minnesota 20, Chicago 17

(major league baseball playoffs)

A-L-D-S – Houston 5, Boston 4 (Houston wins series 3-1)
A-L-D-S – N.Y. Yankees 7, Cleveland 3 (series tied 2-2)
N-L-D-S – Chicago Cubs 2, Washington 1 (Cubs lead series, 2-1)
N-L-D-S – L.A. Dodgers 3, Arizona 1 (Dodgers win series, 3-0)

BOSTON — Justin Verlander outpitched Chris Sale and the Houston Astros advanced to their first A-L Championship Series Monday, rallying past the Boston Red Sox 5-4 in Game 4 of their playoff matchup.  Houston will open the A-L-C-S on Friday, either at Cleveland or at home against the New York Yankees.  Both Verlander and Sale, premier starting pitchers, were pressed into relief roles in the game.

NEW YORK — Rookie Aaron Judge drove in two runs and the New York Yankees avoided elimination in the American League Division Series with a 7-3 win over the Cleveland Indians.  Luis Severino recovered from a poor start in Game 1 to pitch 7 solid innings and strike out 9.  The series is now deadlocked at 2-2 and the deciding fifth game will be played Wednesday in Cleveland.

CHICAGO — Anthony Rizzo looped a tiebreaking single with two outs in the eighth inning and the Chicago Cubs overcame Max Scherzer’s brilliant performance to beat the Washington Nationals 2-1.  The Cubs take a 2-1 lead in the N-L Division Series and could advance to the N-L-C-S with a win Tuesday at Wrigley Field.

LOS ANGELES — The Los Angeles Dodgers completed a three-game sweep of the Arizona Diamondbacks in the N-L Division Series with a 3-1 victory at Phoenix Monday night.  Yu Darvish won a pitcher’s duel against former Dodger Zach Greinke.  The Dodgers will host the winner of the Cubs-Nationals series in Game 1 of the N-L-C-S Saturday.

(N-H-L hockey)

St. Louis 3, N.Y. Islander 2, OT
Colorado 4, Boston 0
New Jersey 6, Buffalo 2

 

 

TUESDAY RESULTS – October 10

(cross country)

Lakes Conference meet at Spencer

LCHS All Conference Runners: L to R: Rieken, Hulinsky, Sudgtelgte, Parmelee, Albrecht, C Meis, S Meis, Calhoun, Hurt. Front: Tonner

(girls results)  TEAM STANDINGS:  1. Spencer (34)  ..  2. Le Mars (38) .. 3. Spirit Lake (93)  ..  4. Western Christian (99)  ..   5. Cherokee Washington (120)  ..  6. Estherville/Lincoln Central (130)  ..  7. Storm Lak (224).  Individual champion:  Elisa Fisher (Spencer) (19:41.45).   Le Mars placed five runners on the All-Lakes Conference team:  Maddie Hurt (3rd-20:11.18), Chloe Calhoun (6th-20:16.63), Kara Albrecht (7th-20:28.97), Sarah Meis (9th-21:01.03) and Caroline Meis (13th-21:34.70).  (NOTE:  Paige Washburn finished 16th-21:42.86)

Lakes conference champs 2017: Back row L to R: Grasz, Rieken, Tonner, Coach E, Parmelee, Skov. Front L to R: Hulinsky, Sudtelgte

(boys results)  TEAM STANDINGS:  1. Le Mars (35)  ..  2. Western Christian (64)  ..  T3. Spirit Lake & Spencer (87)  ..  5. Storm Lake (93)  ..  6. Estherville/Lincoln Central (164)  ..  7. Cherokee Washington (196).  Individual champion:  Taylor Myers (E-L-C) (17:04.92).  Le Mars placed five runners on the All-Lakes Conference team:  Landen Parmalee (3rd-17:22.45), Ethan Hulinsky (4th-17:25.10), Andrew Tonner (5th-17:26.67), Jason Sudtelgte (8th-17:30.39) and Alec Rieken (15th-17:57.51).

(J.V. results) Le Mars girls finished 2nd behind Spencer.  Jessica Hinds finished 2nd for Le Mars, Joan Meis was 5th and Hailey Plueger 7th.  Le Mars boys finished 2nd behind Spirit Lake.  Kyle Herbst of Le Mars finished 1st in a time of 19:12.65 with Tate Hogrefe finishing 7th and Jacob O’Dwyer 9th.

(M.S. results)  Le Mars girls finished 2nd behind Spencer.  Katie Cunningham finished 9th and Rebecca Hulinsky 10th.  Le Mars boys won the team title.  Luke Feuerhelm finished 3rd, Cael Kass 6th and Austin Haworth 8th for Le Mars.

(volleyball)

(#8-2A)Unity Christian def. (#3-1A)Gehlen Catholic (23-5/8-1) 3-2   (25-13, 20-25, 23-25, 27-25, 15-8).  Gehlen statistical leaders:  KILLS- Katie Peters 15, Sydney Livermore 10, Kayla Mayer 8 and Katelyn Langel 6.  ASSISTS:  Anna Britt 21 and Sydney Livermore 16.  BLOCKS- Katelyn Langel 4 and Kayla Mayer 3.  DIGS- Katie Peters 15, Abbie Dickman 12, and Kayla Mayer 11.  SERVING- Chloe Bunkers (17-18/1 ace), Katie Peters (17-18/1 ace), Anna Britt (14-17/2 aces), Abbie Dickman (16-17/2 aces), Sydney Livermore (13-14/2 aces) and Kayla Mayer (9-11/2 aces).

Le Mars (13-14/4-2) def. Estherville/Lincoln Central 3-1   (25-22, 19-25, 25-15, 26-24).  Le Mars statistical leaders:  KILLS- Jecenta Sargisson & Pypr Stoeffler had 12 each and Jenn Schneider 9.  ASSISTS- Brooke Haage 27.  BLOCKS- Jenn Schneider 4.  DIGS- Hayee Cooper 18, Pypr Stoeffler 11, Brooke Haage 10, Jecenta Sargisson 9, Jenn Schneider 8 and Grace Milbrodt 7.  SERVING- Haylee Cooper (22-22/2 aces), Jecenta Sargisson (17-17/1 ace), Pypr Stoeffler (13-16/3 aces) and Brooke Haage (13-16/0 aces).

(major league baseball playoffs)

N-L-D-S – Washington at Chicago Cubs – ppd. rain

(N-H-L hockey)

Columbus 2, Carolina 1, OT
St. Louis 3, N.Y. Rangers 1
Chicago 3, Montreal 1
Nashville 6, Philadelphia 5
Dallas 4, Detroit 2
Ottawa 3, Vancouver 2, SO
Vegas 5, Arizona 2

 

 

WEDNESDAY RESULTS – October 11

(major league baseball playoffs)

N-L-D-S – Washington 5, Chicago Cubs 0 (series tied 2-2)
A-L-D-S –
N.Y. Yankees 5, Cleveland 2 (Yankees win series, 3-2)

CHICAGO – The Washington Nationals will host the Chicago Cubs in Game 5 of the N-L Division Series later today, with the winner heading to Los Angeles to take on the Dodgers in the Championship Series. Stephen Strasburg struck out 12 and allowed just three hits over seven innings as the Nats blanked the Cubs, 5-0 at Wrigley Field. Michael A. Taylor put the game out of reach with a grand slam in the eighth inning.

CLEVELAND – The New York Yankees are the 10th major league team to win a best-of-5 postseason series after losing the first two games. Didi Gregorius homered twice and had three RBIs off Corey Kluber as the Yankees downed the Indians, 5-2 in Cleveland. David Robertson got the win with two hitless innings of relief, and Aroldis Chapman struck out four in his two innings of work to get the series-clinching save.

(N-H-L hockey)

New Jersey 6, Toronto 3
Pittsburgh 3, Washington 2
Colorado 6, Boston 3
Anaheim 3, N.Y. Islanders 2
Calgary 4, Los Angeles 3, OT

 

 

THURSDAY RESULTS – October 12

(volleyball)

(#3-1A)Gehlen Catholic (24-5/9-1) def. West Sioux 3-0  (25-17, 25-18, 25-17).  Gehlen statistical leaders:  KILLS- Katie Peters 8, Katelyn Langel 7 and Sydney Livermore 6.  ASSISTS- Anna Britt 12 and Sydney Livermore 9.  BLOCKS- Katelyn Langel 6 and Katie Peters & Sydney Livermore had 4 each.  DIGS- Chloe Bunkers 11, Sydney Livermore 10 and Katie Peters 8.  SERVING- Anna Britt (15-16/4 aces), Kayla Mayer (12-14/1 ace) and Sydney Livermore (11-12/1 ace).

(#10-2A)Hinton (21-10/10-1) def. (#3-1A)Gehlen Catholic (24-6/9-2) 3-2   (21-25, 25-23, 25-21, 23-25, 15-9).  Hinton statistical leaders:  KILLS- Madison Walding 16, Allyssa Traver 13 and EL’lee Kroll 11.  ASSISTS- Hallie Reuter 49.  BLOCKS- Bryce Klein 5.  DIGS- Kailey Stoulp 34 and Aspen Coffee 20.  SERVING- Hallie Reuter (20-20/1 ace), EL’lee Kroll (18-18/0 aces) and Bryce Klein (15-16/1 ace).  Gehlen statistical leaders:  KILLS- Katie Peters 25 and Katelyn Langel 9.  ASSISTS- Anna Britt & Sydney Livermore had 25 each.  BLOCKS- Katie Peters 3.  DIGS- Chloe Bunkers 26, Katie Peters 19 and Sydney Livermore & Anna Britt had 14 each.  SERVING- Kayla Mayer (20-21/5 aces), Chloe Bunkers (19-20/1 ace), and Katie Peters (17-17/3 aces).

 

Le Mars (14-14) def. South Sioux City 3-1  (25-27, 25-23, 25-13, 25-20).  Le Mars statistical leaders:  KILLS- Jecenta Sargisson & Pypr Stoeffler had 11 each and Jenn Schneider 8.  ASSISTS- Brooke Haage 31.  BLOCKS- Jenn Schneider 2.  DIGS- Pypr Stoeffler 20, Haylee Cooper 19, Jecenta Sargisson 18, Brooke Haage 15 and Grace Milbrodt 13.  SERVING- Grace Milbrodt (20-21/2 aces), Brooke Haage (18-20/2 aces), Haylee Cooper (15-16/1 ace), Jecenta Sargisson (14-15/1 ace) and Pypr Stoeffler (14-15/1 ace).

Le Mars (15-14) def.  Sioux City North 2-0   (25-16, 25-11).  Le Mars statistical leaders:  KILLS- Jenn Schneider 8 and Pypr Stoeffler 7.  ASSISTS- Brooke Haage 17, BLOCKS- Jenn Schneider 2.  DIGS- Jecenta Sargisson & Grace Milbrodt had 9 each, Jenn Schneider & Haylee Cooper had 8 each and Pypr Stoeffler 7.  SERVING- Brooke Haage (22-24/3 aces).

 

(major league baseball playoffs)

N-L-D-S – Chicago Cubs 9, Washington 8 (Cubs win series, 3-2)

WASHINGTON – It will be the Chicago Cubs against the Los Angeles Dodgers in the National League Championship Series for the second straight year. Addison Russell delivered a go-ahead, two-run double and finishing with four RBIs as the Cubs downed the Washington Nationals, 9-8 in Game 5 of the division series. Wade Davis completed a seven-out save by getting Bryce Harper to strike out, keeping the Nats winless in their four postseason appearances.

(N-F-L football)

Philadelphia 28, Carolina 23

CHARLOTTE, N.C. – The Philadelphia Eagles top the NFC at 5-1 after Carson Wentz passed for 222 yards and three touchdowns in a 28-23 win at Carolina. Two of Wentz’s TD throws went to Zach Ertz following interceptions by Cam Newton, who was picked off three times for the 4-1 Panthers. LaGarrette Blount ran for 67 yards on 14 carries and scored on a key two-point conversion that put Philly ahead 18-10 early in the third quarter.

(N-H-L hockey)

Tampa Bay 5, Pittsburgh 4
Florida 5, St. Louis 2
Nashville 4, Dallas 1
Minnesota 5, Chicago 2
Winnipeg 4, Vancouver 2
Detroit 4, Arizona 2
San Jose 3, Buffalo 2

 

 

FRIDAY RESULTS – October 13

(cross country)

Unity Christian Invitational in Orange City

(girls results)  VARSITY TEAM STANDINGS:  1. Le Mars (35)  ..  2. Unity Christian (81)  ..  3. Boyden-Hull/Rock Valley (103)  ..  4. Western Christian (106)  ..  5. George-Little Rock (110)  ..  6. M-O-C/Floyd Valley (115)  ..  7. Sheldon (138).  Individual champion:  Maddie Hurt (Le Mars ) (19:36.0).  Other Le Mars results:  3th-Kara Albrecht (20:01.4), 4th-Chloe Calhoun (20:07.8), 10th-Sarah Meis (21:14.7), 17th-Caroline Meis (21:40.4), 19th-Paige Washburn (21:49.2) and 39th-Jessica Hinds (23:43.8).  Gehlen Catholic results:   (only 3 runners) 34th-Addison Weber (23:08.2), 53rd-Melinda Zubrod (26:06.9) and 55th-Sarah Stegge (28:25.8).  J.V. RESULTS:  Le Mars finished 2nd behind Unity Christian.  Individual champion:  Shay Muilenburg (Unity Christian) (22:43.1).  Top Le Mars finishers:  2nd-Hailey Plueger (22:46.2) and 5th-Katie McAllister (23.38.8).  M.S. RESULTS:  Le Mars won team title.  1st-Amaya Van Essen (Unity Christian), 2nd-Katie Cunningham (Le Mars), 3rd-Rebecca Hulinsky (Le Mars), 4th-Kylee Britt (Le Mars) and 5th-Kenna Kasel (Le Mars).

(boys results) VARSITY TEAM STANDINGS:
1. George-Little Rock (36)  ..  2. Sioux Center (87)  ..  3. Le Mars (95)  ..  4. Sheldon (108)  ..  5. Unity Christian (134)  ..  6. Western Christian (145)  ..  7. M-O-C/Floyd Valley (162)  ..  8. Trinity Christian (205)  ..  9. Boyden-Hull/Rock Valley (234)  ..  10. Gehlen Catholic (241)  ..  11. West Lyon (260).  Individual champion:  Gable Sieperda (George-Little Rock) (15:29.5).  Le Mars results:  11th-Landen Parmalee (17:18.1), 13th-Andrew Tonner (17:29.5), 16th-Ethan Hulinsky (17:33.0), 21st-Jason Sudtelgte (17:46.1), 34th-Alec Rieken (18:14.3), 44th-Eric Grasz (18:33.2) and 48th-Luke Skov (18:42.6).  Gehlen Caltholic results:  3rd-Will Roder (16:45.1), 33rd-Jeff Augustine (18:13.0), 66th-Eric Nam (21:13.3), 69th-Justin Schmit (22:07.9), 70th-Jacob Koob (22:59.7), and 71st-Jackson Bretey (25:23.7).  J.V. RESULTS:  Le Mars finished 2nd behind George-Little Rock.  Individual champion:  Brayden Stoeckler (George-Little Rock) (18:30.6).  Top Le Mars finishers:  4th-Kyle Herbst (18:53.1) and 5th-Scott Ferguson (19:10.9).  M.S. RESULTS:  Le Mars won the team title.  1st-Luke Feuerhelm (Le Mars) and 4th-Cael Kass.

(high school football)

LE MARS — Senior Gabe Eckstaine returned from an early season injury to throw a TD-pass and sophomore Tate Westhoff added a fourth quarter scoring pass as Le Mars edged Algona 12-7 for their first district win of the season Friday night at Jim Lorenzen Field.  Eckstaine, who broke his thump on his passing hand on the second play of the season opener at Sioux Center, gave the Bulldogs an emotional lift with a 17-yard touchdown pass to Tyson Weiler midway through the first quarter.  The 6-0 lead stood until sophomore Tate Westhoff connected with Aisea Toki on a 10-yard TD-pass with 7:39 to play in the game to extend the lead to 12-0.  Jacob Durant scored on a one-yard run for Algona with 3:50 to play in the game to cut the deficit to 12-7 but that’s as close as they would get.  Eckstaine finished 5-for-10 passing for 56 yards and he added 7 rushing yards on 12 carries.  Westhoff played most of the game at quarterback and passed for 168 yards on 12-of-17.  Tyson Weiler caught eight passes for 79 yards.  The Bulldogs’ defense held Algona to 172 yards and intercepted four passes.  The Le Mars victory halts a five-game losing streak and improves their season record to 2-and-6 and 1-and-5 in the district.  Le Mars closes out the season at Humboldt next Friday night.  The game will be carried on KLEM.

LAWTON — Adam Ellensohn scored two first quarter touchdowns six seconds apart and Bryan Nohava added a 34-yard fourth quarter field goal as Gehlen Catholic won at Lawton-Bronson 17-0 Friday night in a Class A District 1 matchup.  Ellensohn raced 44 yards for the Jays first touchdown and on the very first play following the kickoff, he intercepted a Lawton-Bronson pass and returned it 23 yards for a 14-0 lead.  Gehlen had four other trips into the ‘Red Zone’ only to come away with no points, losing a pair of fumbles and twice getting stopped on downs.  Adam Ellensohn finished with 180 yards rushing to lead the Jays offensively.  Gehlen’s defense carried the night, holding the Eagles to 111 yards.  The Jays improve to 7-and-1 for the season with a 5-and-1 district mark, setting up a showdown with Westwood next Friday night at Jim Lorenzen Field with a play-off spot on the line.

CLASS 3A – District 1
Le Mars (2-6/1-5) 12, Algona 7
#5-Sergeant Bluff-Luton 31, Spirit Lake 14
Spencer 17, Storm Lake 14
Bishop Heelan 22, Humboldt 7

CLASS A – District 1
Gehlen Catholic (7-1/5-1) 17, Lawton-Bronson 0
#1-West Sioux 78, Woodbury Central 7
Akron-Westfield (5-3/4-2) 23, Maple Valley/Anthon-Oto 6
Westwood 21, West Monona 6

CLASS A – District 2
Ridge View 44, MMCRU (1-7/1-5) 12
#4-Bishop Garrigan 35, Hartley-Melvin-Sanborn 14
South O’Brien 33, North Union 0
Sioux Central 50, Fort Dodge St. Edmond 6

CLASS 1A – District 1
Emmetsburg 33, Hinton (4-4/3-3) 0
#1-West Lyon 62, Sibley-Ocheyedan 0
#10-Western Christian 28, Unity Christian 14
Alta-Aurelia 47, Okoboji 0

CLASS 2A – District 1
#1-Boyden-Hull/Rock Valley 34, #4-Sioux Center 14
M-O-C/Floyd Valley 19, Central Lyon/George-Little Rock 12
Sheldon 34, Pocahontas Area/Laurens-Marathon 6
Estherville/Lincoln Central 30 Cherokee Washington 6

CLASS 4A
Sioux City East 27, Des Moines East 24 (District 1)
Des Moines Roosevelt 34, Sioux City North 6 (District 1)
Council Bluffs A-L 21, Sioux City West 7 (District 2)

8-MAN – District 1
#2-Remsen St. Mary’s (8-0) 17, Heartland Christian 0 (forfeit) (non-district game)
Kingsley-Pierson (5-3/2-3) 73, Clay Central-Everly 20
#5-Newell-Fonda 42, West Bend-Mallard 20
#9-Graettinger-Terril/Ruthven-Ayrshire 46, Harris-Lake Park 27

(college football)

Syracuse 27, (2) Clemson 24
California 37, (8) Washington State 3

SYRACUSE, N.Y. – Second-ranked Clemson took a major hit to its national championship hopes with last night’s 27-24 loss at Syracuse. Eric Dungey threw for 278 yards and three touchdowns for the Orange, who took the lead for good on Cole Murphy’s 30-yard field goal with 9:41 remaining. The Tigers had won 11 straight overall and were winners of 12 in a row on their opponent’s field before falling to an Orange team that entered the game just 3-3.

BERKELEY, Calif. – Camryn Bynum had two of California’s five interceptions against Luke Falk, and the Bears used seven turnovers and nine sacks to hammer eighth-ranked Washington State, 37-3. Vic Enwere ran for 102 yards on 22 carries as Cal knocked off a top-10 team for the first time in 14 years. The game was played in smoky conditions because of the wine country fires that had killed at least 35 people and destroyed at least 5,700 homes and businesses about 50 miles north of Cal’s campus.

(major league baseball playoffs)

A-L-C-S – Houston 2, N.Y. Yankees 1 (Houston leads series, 1-0)

HOUSTON – Dallas Keuchel struck out 10 over seven shutout innings as the Houston Astros earned a 2-1 win over the New York Yankees in Game 1 of the American League Championship Series last night. Carlos Correa and Yuli Gurriel hit RBI singles in the fourth inning to back Keuchel, who limited the Yanks to four hits. Losing pitcher Masahiro Tanaka also allowed just four hits while going six innings.

(N-H-L hockey)

Washington 5, New Jersey 2
Columbus 3, N.Y. Rangers 1
Colorado 3, Anaheim 1
Ottawa 6, Calgary 0
Detroit 6, Vegas 3

 

 

SATURDAY RESULTS – October 14

(volleyball)

Bishop Heelan Invitational

Le Mars (16-14) def. Lawton-Bronson 21-13, 21-9                  Le Mars (17-14) def. Sioux City North 21-19, 20-22, 15-6      (#1-3A)Sioux Center def. Le Mars (17-15) 21-9, 21-7             Sioux Falls Washington def. Le Mars (17-16) 21-12, 22-20       (#3-4A)Bishop Heelan def. Le Mars (17-17) 21-14, 21-11

Le Mars statistical leaders:  KILLS- Pypr Stoeffler 30 and Jecenta Sargisson 22.  ASSISTS- Brooke Haage 62.  BLOCKS- Pypr Stoeffler & Brooke Haage had 3 each.  DIGS- Haylee Cooper 100, Jecenta Sargisson 55 and Pypr Stoeffler 46.  SERVING- Brooke Haage (38-41/6 aces), Jecenta Sargisson (25-26/1 ace), Anna Allrich (24-25/1 ace), Pypr Stoeffler (23-25/0 aces), Haylee Cooper (22-22/0 aces) and Grace Milbrodt (19-19/1 ace).

(college football)

Iowa was idle
(9) Ohio State 56, Nebraska 14
Iowa State 45, Kansas 0
U-N-I 38, South Dakota State 18

Morningside 70, Briar Cliff 10
Northwestern 29, Dakota Wesleyan 10
Dordt 30, Hastings 23, two overtimes
Washington (Mo.) 55, Buena Vista 20

Top 25 games:
(1) Alabama 41, Arkansas 9
(4) Georgia 53, Missouri 28
Arizona 13, (5) Washington 7
(6) T-C-U 26, Kansas State 6
(7) Wisconsin 17, Purdue 9
L-S-U 27, (10) Auburn 23
(11) Miami 25, Georgia Tech 24
(12) Oklahoma 29, Texas 24
(13) Southern Cal 28, Utah 27
(14) Oklahoma State 59, Baylor 16
(17) Michigan 27, Indiana 20, OT
(18) South Florida 33, Cincinnati 3
Boise State 31, (19) San Diego State 14
(20) North Carolina State 35, Pittsburgh 17
(21) Michigan State 30, Minnesota 27
(22) U-C-F 63, East Carolina 21
(23) Stanford 49, Oregon 7
West Virginia 46, (24) Texas Tech 35
Memphis 30, (25) Navy 27

(major league baseball)

N-L-C-S – L.A. Dodgers 5, Chicago Cubs 2  (Dodgers lead series, 1-0)
A-L-C-S – Houston 2, N.Y. Yankees 1 (Houston leads series, 2-0)

(N-H-L hockey)

Philadelphia 8, Washington 2
Pittsburgh 4, Florida 3
Tampa Bay 2, St. Louis 1
Winnipeg 2, Carolina 1
Toronto 4, Montreal 3, OT
New Jersey 3, N.Y. Rangers 2
Dallas 3, Colorado 1
Columbus 5, Minnesota 4, OT
Chicago 2, Nashville 1, OT
Boston 6, Arizona 2
Calgary 5, Vancouver 2
Ottawa 6, Edmonton 1
N.Y. Islanders 3, San Jose 1
Los Angeles 4, Buffalo 2

 

 

SUNDAY RESULTS – October 15

(N-F-L football)

Minnesota 23, Green Bay 10
Houston 33, Cleveland 17
New Orleans 52, Detroit 38
Miami 20, Atlanta 17
New England 24, N.Y. Jets 17
Chicago 27, Baltimore 24, OT
Washington 26, San Francisco 24
Arizona 38, Tampa Bay 33
L.A. Rams 27, Jacksonville 17
L.A. Chargers 17, Oakland 16
Pittsburgh 19, Kansas City 13
N.Y. Giants 23, Denver 10
(Open: Buffalo, Dallas, Seattle & Cincinnati)

MINNEAPOLIS – The Green Bay Packers say they could spend the rest of the season without quarterback Aaron Rodgers because of a broken collarbone suffered in yesterday’s 23-10 loss at Minnesota. Rodgers was carted off the field after taking a hit from Vikings linebacker Anthony Barr following a roll-out pass in the first quarter. Backup Brett Hundley threw his first NFL touchdown pass, but he was just 18 of 33 for 157 yards, three interceptions and four sacks.

NEW YORK – Colin Kaepernick has filed a grievance against the NFL. The former San Francisco 49s quarterback alleges that he remains unsigned as a result of collusion by owners following his protests during the national anthem. Kaepernick started a national conversation about political activism by athletes last season when he decided to sit, and then kneel, during the anthem to bring attention to mistreatment of African-Americans by police.

(major league baseball)

N-L-C-S – L.A. Dodgers 4, Chicago Cubs 1 (Dodgers lead series. 2-0)

LOS ANGELES – The Los Angeles Dodgers have a 2-0 lead in the NL Championship Series after Justin Turner’s three-run homer in the bottom of the ninth gave them a 4-1 win over the Chicago Cubs. Turner drove in all four runs for Los Angeles, hitting an RBI single a half-inning after Addison Russell homered in the fifth. Russell’s home run was one of just three hits by Chicago, which hosts Game 3 on Tuesday.

(N-H-L hockey)

Vegas 3, Boston 1
Buffalo 3, Anaheim 1
Los Angeles 3, N.Y. Islanders 2