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KLEM Local Schedule (week of October 23)

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MONDAY RESULTS – October 23

(volleyball)

CLASS 1A REGIONAL QUARTERFINALS
(region 1)
#3-Gehlen Catholic (25-6) def. Akron-Westfield (13-15) 3-0  (25-9, 25-15, 25-13)  Gehlen statistical leaders:  KILLS- Katie Peters 13, Krista Lipp & Kayla Mayer had 10 each and Kaitlyn Langel 7.  ASSISTS- Sydney Livermore 24 and Anna Britt 14.  BLOCKS- Katie Peters 4.  DIGS-Chloe Bunkers 15, Kayla Mayer 13 and Sydney Livermore 10.  SERVING- Chloe Bunkers (19-19/1 ace), Sydney Livermore (12-15/3 aces), Anna Britt (11-12/2 aces) and Brooklyn Heissel (9-10/2 aces).  Akron-Westfield statistical leaders:  KILLS- Brynn Van Eldik 6 and Courtney Waterbury & Brooke Koele had 3 each.  ASSISTS- Jaden Harris 15.  BLOCKS- Brooke Koele 1.  DIGS- not available.  SERVING- Jaden Harris (10-10/0 aces).

#15-Westwood def. West Monona 3-1
Harris-Lake Park def. MMCRU (4-19) 3-1
Kingsley-Pierson (25-14) def. Trinity Christian 3-0

CLASS 2A REGIONAL QUARTERFINALS
(region 1)
#2-Western Christian def. Hartley-Melvin-Sanborn 3-0
Boyden-Hull def. West Sioux 3-1
West Lyon def. Rock Valley 3-0
Central Lyon def. North Union 3-0

(region 2)
#5-Unity Christian def. #15-Alta-Aurelia 3-0
#9-Hinton (22-10) def. Ridge View 3-1
#10-Treynor def. Logan-Magnolia 3-0
Missouri Valley def. Woodbury Central 3-0

(N-F-L football)

Philadelphia 34, Washington 24

PHILADELPHIA – The Philadelphia Eagles own the N-F-L’s best record at 6-1 after Carson Wentz passed for 268 yards and four touchdowns in a 34-24 win over the visiting Washington Redskins. Wentz also led the Eagles with a career-high 63 yards rushing in their fifth straight win, which gives them a 2 1/2-game lead in the NFC East. But the Eagles finished the game without nine-time Pro Bowl left tackle Jason Peters due to a knee injury on the team’s first scoring drive of the second half.

(N-B-A basketball)

Philadelphia 97, Detroit 86
Miami 104, Atlanta 93
Memphis 98, Houston 90
Milwaukee 103, Charlotte 94
Golden State 133, Dallas 103
San Antonio 101, Toronto 97
Washington 109, Denver 104
Phoenix 117, Sacramento 115

(N-H-L hockey)

San Jose 4, N.Y. Rangers 1
Toronto 3, Los Angeles 2

 

 

TUESDAY RESULTS – October 24

(volleyball)

CLASS 3A REGIONAL SEMIFINALS
(region 1)
#1-Sioux Center def. Sheldon 3-0
Humboldt def. Cherokee 3-0

CLASS 4A REGIONAL SEMIFINALS
(region 1)
#5-Bishop Heelan (32-10) def. Carroll 3-0
Le Mars (18-17) def. Storm Lake 3-0  (25-9, 25-19, 25-11).  Le Mars statistical leaders:  KILLS- Jecenta Sargisson 16, Jenn Schneider 14 and Pypr Stoeffler 10.  ASSISTS- Brooke Haage 37.  BLOCKS- Jenn Schneider 1.  DIGS- Haylee Cooper 20, Jecenta Sargisson 13 and Pypr Stoeffler 10.  SERVING- Brooke Haage (20-21/1 ace), Pypr Stoeffler (13-15/4 aces), Grace Milbrodt (13-14/6 aces) and Haylee Cooper (12-12/1 ace).

(region 2)
#4-Sergeant Bluff-Luton def. #15-Harlan 3-2
Glenwood def. A-D-M, Adel 3-2

CLASS 5A REGIONAL SEMIFINALS
(region 1)
#3-Ankeny Centennial def. Des Moines Lincoln 3-0
Sioux City East def. Sioux City North 3-2

(major league baseball)

WORLD SERIES 
Los Angeles Dodgers 3, Houston Astros 1  (Dodgers lead series 1-0)

LOS ANGELES – Clayton Kershaw worked seven strong innings and Justin Turner belted a tie-breaking, two-run homer as the Los Angeles Dodgers took a 3-1 win over the Houston Astros in Game 1 of the World Series. Kershaw struck out 11 and held the Astros to three hits, including Alex Bregman’s tying homer in the fourth inning. Turner’s blast came in the sixth inning off loser Dallas Keuchel who also surrendered a solo blast to Chris Taylor on the first pitch he threw.

(N-B-A basketball)

Cleveland 119, Chicago 112
Orlando 125, Brooklyn 121
Boston 110, New York 89
Indiana 130, Minnesota 107
Portland 103, New Orleans 93
L.A. Clippers 102, Utah 84

(N-H-L hockey)

Pittsburgh 2, Edmonton 1, OT
Tampa Bay 5, Carolina 1
Anaheim 6, Philadelphia 2
N.Y. Islanders 5, Arizona 3
Montreal 5, Florida 1
Buffalo 1, Detroit 0
Los Angeles 3, Ottawa 2, SO
Calgary 3, Nashville 2, SO
Vancouver 1, Minnesota 0
Colorado 5, Dallas 3
Vegas 4, Chicago 2

 

 

WEDNESDAY RESULTS – October 25

(major league baseball)

WORLD SERIES
Houston Astros 7, Los Angeles Dodgers 6, 11 innings  (series tied, 1-1)

LOS ANGELES – The World Series is tied at a game apiece after George Springer slammed a two-run homer in the 11th inning to send the Houston Astros to a 7-6 win over the Dodgers in Los Angeles. The Astros homered four times in their final three at-bats as Marwin Gonzalez went deep to tie it in the ninth before Jose Altuve and Carlos Correa belted consecutive solo shots in the 10th. Yasiel Puig homered in the 10th inning but ended the game by striking out after Charlie Culberson hit a solo shot to make it a one-run game.

(N-B-A basketball)

Charlotte 110, Denver 93
Detroit 122, Minnesota 101
Houston 105, Philadelphia 104
Brooklyn 112, Cleveland 107
Oklahoma City 114, Indiana 96
San Antonio 117, Miami 100
Dallas 103, Memphis 94
Phoenix 97, Utah 88
Golden State 117, Toronto 112
L.A. Lakers 102, Washington 99, OT

(N-H-L hockey)

St. Louis 5, Calgary 2
Columbus 5, Buffalo 1

 

 

THURSDAY RESULTS – October 26

(volleyball)

CLASS 1A REGIONAL SEMIFINALS
(region 1)
#3-Gehlen Catholic (26-6) def. #15-Westwood 3-0   (25-15, 25-12, 25-22).  Gehlen statistical leaders:  KILLS- Katie Peters 18, Katelyn Langel 9, Brooklyn Heissel 5 and Krista Lipp 4.  ASSISTS- Sydney Livermore 19 and Anna Britt 13.  BLOCKS- Katie Peters 3.  DIGS- Sydney Livermore 10, Katie Peters 8 and Chloe Bunkers 6.  SERVING- Chloe Bunkers (15-16/0 aces), Sydney Livermore (14-16/3 aces), Kayla Mayer (10-13/5 aces) and Anna Britt (11-12/2 aces).

Harris-Lake Park def. Kingsley-Pierson (25-15) 3-0  (25-18, 25-18, 25-18).

CLASS 2A REGIONAL SEMIFINALS
(region 1)
#2-Western Christian def. Boyden-Hull 3-0
Central Lyon def. West Lyon 3-0

(region 2)
#6-Unity Christian def. #9-Hinton (22-11) 3-2  (25-16. 22-25, 25-16, 15-25, 15-10)
#10-Treynor def. Missouri Valley 3-0

(college football)

(20) Stanford 15, Oregon State 14

CORVALLIS, Ore. – Keller Chryst threw a 3-yard touchdown pass to JJ Arcega-Whiteside with 20 seconds left and No. 20 Stanford survived Bryce Love’s absence for a 15-14 come-from-behind victory over Oregon State. Love, the nation’s leader with an average of 198.1 yards rushing per game, tweaked an ankle against Oregon on Oct. 14.

(N-F-L football)

Baltimore 40, Miami 0

BALTIMORE – Baltimore Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco was having one of the best games of the season when he suffered a late second quarter concussion against the Miami Dolphins. So the Revens defense took over, returning a pair of interceptions for touchdowns in a 40-0 rout. Flacco also threw a touchdown pass before being knocked from the game. Alex Collins ran for a career-high 113 yards.

(N-B-A basketball)

Boston 96, Milwaukee 89
Chicago 91, Atlanta 86
Memphis 96, Dallas 91
L.A. Clippers 104, Portland 103
New Orleans 114, Sacramento 106

(N-H-L hockey)

Boston 2, San Jose 1
N.Y. Rangers 5, Arizona 2
Carolina 6, Toronto 3
Pittsburgh 2, Winnipeg 1, OT
Tampa Bay 3, Detroit 2
Florida 8, Anaheim 3
Los Angeles 4, Montreal 0
Ottawa 5, Philadelphia 4
Minnesota 6, N.Y. Islanders 4
Edmonton 5, Dallas 4
Vancouver 6, Washington 2

 

 

 FRIDAY RESULTS – October 27

CORNING — Unrated Gehlen Catholic turned in a dominant performance Friday night in Corning and upset No. 2 Southwest Valley 34-14, handing the Timberwolves their first loss of the season.  Using their size advantage to control the line of scrimmage, the Jays scored on three of four first-half possessions to take a 21-0 lead at halftime.  The drive that didn’t score was stopped at the three yard line on downs.  Gehlen added two more TDs in the third quarter before Southwest Valley’s high-scoring offense scored touchdowns in each of the final two quarters, one on a 49-yard run by speedy quarterback Chance Cobb and the other on a 51-yard TD-pass from Cobb to Addison Bull.  Cole Wiltgen fired TD-passes to Elijah Freking and Izaac Herbst and Adam Ellensohn ran for a pair of touchdowns for the Jays.  Freking also had a ran for a five-yard touchdown and caught a two-point conversion pass.  The Jays had 410 yards of offense, rolling up 322 yards on ground with Adam Ellensohn running for 166 yards on 29 carries.  Cole Wiltgen was 7-of-9 passing for 88 yards.  Southwest Valley had 242 yards offensively but only 79 on the ground.  Gehlen improves to 8-and-2 for the season and travels to Council Bluffs St. Albert next Friday night for a quarterfinal match-up at 7 p.m.  Coverage on KLEM begins at 6:45 with the Jeremy Schindler pregame show.  Southwest Valley beat St. Albert 8-7 in week 7 of the regular season.

REMSEN – Canaan Cox ran for 197 yards and four touchdowns and Tyler Brimm added 123 yards and he also scored four touchdowns to lead No. 2 Remsen St. Mary’s to a 58-13 win over Boyer Valley in the opening round of the 8-man high school football playoffs.  The Hawks improve to 9-and-0 and will travel to play at No. 3 Audubon (10-and-0) next Friday night in the quarterfinals.

(high school football playoffs)

8-MAN
#2-Remsen St. Mary’s (10-0) 58, Boyer Valley (7-3) 13
#3-Audubon (10-0) 45, #4-Newell-Fonda (8-2) 33
Fremont Mills (8-2) 63, #10-Stanton (8-2) 0
#5-Sidney (10-0) 50, Lenox (5-5) 12
Midland, Wyoming (8-2) 42, Janesville (6-4) 7
#7-Tripoli (9-1) 28, #9-Riverside (8-2) 18
#1-Don Bosco (10-0) 62, Moravia (9-2) 0
H-L-V, Victor (9-2) 59, Lone Tree (8-3) 22

CLASS A
#1-West Sioux (10-0) 63, Sioux Central (7-3) 6
West Hancock (7-3) 26, #6-Bishop Garrigan (9-1) 12
Gehlen Catholic (8-2) 34, #2-Southwest Valley (9-1) 14
#5-Council Bluffs St. Albert (9-1) 27, Westwood (7-3) 0
#7-Gladbrook-Reinbeck (9-1) 14, #4-Wapsie Valley (9-1) 0
#9-Saint Ansgar (10-0) 33, #10-East Buchanon (8-2) 17
#8-Lynnville-Sully (9-0) 28, New London (6-3) 0
#3-Hudson (10-0) 35, Pekin (8-2) 0

CLASS 1A
#1-West Lyon (10-0) 35, IKM-Manning (7-3) 0
#8-Western Christian (8-2) 28, #9-AHSTW, Avoca (8-2) 18
#2-Van Meter (10-0) 24, Belmond-Klemme (7-3) 6
#6-Denver (9-1) 28, #10-South Hamilton (8-2) 6
#4-Iowa City Regina (8-2) 27, South Winneshiek (6-4) 21, 2 OTs
Wilton (9-1) 28, #7-Bellevue (8-2) 14
#3-Pella Christian (10-0) 53, Sigourney-Keota (5-5) 21
Pleasantville (8-2) 32, #5-West Branch (9-1) 13

CLASS 2A
#1-Boyden-Hull/Rock Valley (9-1) 37, Kuemper Catholic (7-3) 14
#7-South Central Calhoun (9-1) 37, #6-Sioux Center (8-2) 7
#5-Waukon (9-1) 46, #10-Clear Lake (7-3) 16
New Hampton (8-2) 21, Dike-New Hartford (6-4) 14
Union, La Porte City (7-3) 42, #8-Aplington-Parkersburg (8-2) 0
#2-Cascade (10-0) 49, West Liberty (6-4) 21
#3-Mount Vernon (9-1) 42, Centerville (6-4) 10
#9-Williamsburg (8-2) 18, #4-P-C-M, Monroe (9-1) 17

CLASS 3A
#4-Sergeant Bluff-Luton (10-0) 47, #8-Glenwood (8-2) 25
#6-Harlan (9-1) 42, Bishop Heelan (7-3) 10
#2-Dallas Center-Grimes (10-0) 41, #10-Carlisle (8-2) 22
#5-Pella (9-1) 27, #9-Webster City (8-2) 7
#3-Cedar Rapids Xavier (10-0) 43, Oskaloosa (6-4) 10
Davenport Assumption (8-2) 45, Washington (8-2) 28
#1-Solon (10-0) 34, Decorah (7-3) 2
#7-West Delaware (8-2) 20, Waverly-Shell Rock (8-2) 13

CLASS 4A
Lewis Central (9-1) 21, #3-West Des Moines Valley (8-2) 14, OT
#7-Ankeny Centennial (8-2) 31, Waukee (6-4) 21
#6-Johnston (9-1) 14, #10-Southeast Polk (6-4) 7
#2-Dowling Catholic (9-1) 45, Urbandale (6-4) 3
#1-Iowa City West (10-0) 49, Cedar Rapids Washington (5-5) 7
#5-Cedar Falls (9-1) 28, #8-Cedar Rapids Prairie (8-2) 7
#4-Bettendorf (9-1) 28, Pleasant Valley (7-3) 14
#9-North Scott (9-1) 50,  Davenport Central (6-4) 0

(college football)

(24) Memphis State 56, Tulane 26

MEMPHIS – The 24th-ranked Memphis Tigers have a four-game winning streak and are 7-1 on the season after cruising to a 56-26 win over Tulane. Riley Ferguson passed for 298 yards and three touchdowns to help the Tigers stay atop the West Division of the American Athletic Conference. Darrell Henderson rushed for 112 yards and a TD in the Tigers’ 11th straight win over the Green Wave.

(major league baseball)

WORLD SERIES
Houston Astros 5, Los Angeles Dodgers 3  (Astros lead series, 2-1)

HOUSTON – Yuli Gurriel homered and Lance McCullers pitched into the sixth inning as the Houston Astros downed the Los Angeles Dodgers 5-3 to take a two-games-to-one lead in the World Series. Gurriel’s solo blast sparked a four-run second that chased Dodgers starter Yu Darvish. McCullers was reached for four hits before Brad Peacock tossed four-hit ball over the final 3 2/3 innings to collect the save.

(N-B-A basketball)

Houston 109, Charlotte 93
Orlando 114, San Antonio 87
Denver 105, Atlanta 100
New York 107, Brooklyn 86
Minnesota 119, Oklahoma City 116
Golden State 120, Washington 117
Toronto 101, L.A. Lakers 92

(N-H-L hockey)

Vegas 7, Colorado 0
New Jersey 5, Ottawa 4, SO
Columbus 2, Winnipeg 1, OT
St. Louis 2, Carolina 1
Nashville 2, Chicago 1
Dallas 2, Calgary 1

 

 

SATURDAY RESULTS – October 28

(State cross country meet at Fort Dodge)

CLASS 1A GIRLS – (team) 1. Hudson  ..  9- Alta-Aurelia. (individual) 1. Felicity Taylor (South Winneshiek) 19:25.2

CLASS 1A BOYS(team) 1. Nodaway Valley.  (individual) 1. Sean McDermott (Madrid) 16:20.6  ..  37. David Grady (Remsen St. Mary’s) 17:21.3  ..  53. Will Roder (Gehlen Catholic) 17:36.9  ..  57. Shay Galles (Remsen St. Mary’s) 17:42.6

CLASS 2A GIRLS(team) 1. Mid-Prairie (65)  ..  3. Woodbury Central/Kingsley-Pierson (103)  ..  8. Okoboji  ..  10. Unity Christian  ..  11. Emmetsburg.  (individual) 1. Marie Hostetler (Mid-Prairie) 17:51.2  ..  7. Rylee Wright (WC/KP) 19:31.5  ..  8. Suzanne Putze (WC/KP) 19:39.7  ..   21. Makayla Archer (WC/KP) 20:35.0  ..   33. Sarah Putze (WC/KP) 20:59.2  ..  34. Kalyn Cameron (WC/KP) 21:01.3  ..  38. Mary Putze (WC/KP) 21:11.7)  ..  55. KayLynne Bechen (WC/KP) 21:48.4.

CLASS 2A BOYS – (team) 1. George-Little Rock  ..  4. Sioux Center  ..  10. Unity Christian  ..  12. Sheldon  ..  14. Okoboji.  (individual) 1. Gable Sieperda (George-Little Rock) 15:18.6.

CLASS 3A GIRLS(team) 1. Dubuque Wahlert  ..  6. Bishop Heelan  ..  15. Spencer.  (individual) 1. Mary Blanchard (Grinnell) 18:35.7  ..  37. Maddie Hurt (Le Mars) 19:56.6  ..  51. Chloe Calhoun (Le Mars) 20:12.2  ..  58. Kara Albrecht (Le Mars) 20:18.4.

CLASS 3A BOYS – (team) 1. Gilbert  ..  9. Sergeant Bluff-Luton.  (individual) 1. Mile Bach (Center Point-Urbana) 15:49.1.

CLASS 4A GIRLS – (team) 1. Johnston.  (individual) 1. Paige Horner (Johnston) 18:04.3.

CLASS 4A BOYS – (team) 1. Pleasant Valley  ..  13. Sioux City North.  (individual) 1. Tim Sindt (Ankeny) 15:23.7.

(college football)

Iowa 17, Minnesota 10
Nebraska 25, Purdue 24
(25) Iowa State 14, (4) T-C-U 7
North Dakota State 30, U-N-I 14

Morningside 36, Midland Lutheran 15
Northwestern 41, Dordt 23
Briar Cliff was idle
Simpson 49, Buena Vista 21

Top 25 games:
(6) Ohio State 39, (2) Penn State 38
(3) Georgia 42, Florida 7
(5) Wisconsin 24, Illinois 10
(7) Clemson 24, Georgia Tech 10
(8) Miami 24, North Carolina 19
(9) Notre Dame 35, (14) North Carolina State 14
(10) Oklahoma 49, Texas Tech 27
(11) Oklahoma State 50, (22) West Virginia 39
(12) Washington 44, U-C-L-A 23
(13) Virginia Tech 24, Duke 3
Arizona 58, (15) Washington State 37
Northwestern 39, (16) Michigan State 31, 3 OTs
Houston 28, (17) South Florida 24
(18) U-C-F 73, Austin Peay 33
(21) Southern Cal 48, Arizona State 17

(major league baseball)

WORLD SERIES – (series tied, 2-2)
Los Angeles Dodgers 6, Houston Astros 2

HOUSTON — The World Series is tied at two wins each after the Los Angeles Dodger erupted for five runs in the top of the ninth inning to snap a 1-all tie and beat the Houston Astros 6-2 Saturday night.  Cody Bellinger ended an 0-for-13 World Series slump with a go-ahead double before Joc Pederson’s three-run homer capped the ninth inning outburst.

(N-B-A basketball)

New Orleans 123, Cleveland 101
Boston 96, Miami 90
Memphis 103, Houston 89
Oklahoma City 101, Chicago 69
Philadelphia 112, Dallas 110
Utah 96, L.A. Lakers 81
Portland 114, Phoenix 107
Detroit 95, L.A. Clippers 87

(N-H-L hockey)

San Jose 3, Buffalo 2
Los Angeles 2, Boston 1, OT
New Jersey 4, Arizona 3
Detroit 3, Florida 2, SO
Montreal 5, N.Y. Rangers 4
Philadelphia 4, Toronto 2
Anaheim 4, Tampa Bay 1
St. Louis 4, Columbus 1
Minnesota 2, Pittsburgh 1
N.Y. Islanders 6, Nashville 2
Colorado 6, Chicago 3
Washington 5, Edmonton 2

 

 

 

SUNDAY RESULTS – October 29

(major league baseball)

WORLD SERIES – (Astros lead series, 3-2)
Houston Astros 13, Los Angeles Dodgers 12, 10 innings

HOUSTON – The Astros slammed five home runs before Alex Bregman delivered a walk-off single in the bottom of the 10th to give Houston a crazy 13-12 win over the Los Angeles Dodgers. Yuli Gurriel and Jose Altuve tied the game with three-run homers before the Astros got round-trippers from George Springer, Carlos Correa and Brian McCann to take a 12-9 lead. Chris Taylor forced extra innings with an RBI single in the ninth, three batters after Yasiel Puig slammed the 22nd home run of the series to set a record for a single Fall Classic

(college football)

UNDATED – Georgia has moved up to No. 2 in a major reshuffling of the top 10 in The Associated Press college football poll. Every team in the top 10 except idle No. 1 Alabama changed positions following Ohio State’s last-second victory over Penn State and Iowa State’s win over T-C-U. The Buckeyes are third, followed by Wisconsin, Notre Dame, Clemson, Penn State, Oklahoma, Miami and T-C-U.  Iowa State moved up to 14th this week after their 14-7 win over T-C-U Saturday after breaking into the ratings last week at No. 25.

CORAL GABLES, Fla. – A person familiar with the situation tells The Associated Press that Florida is parting ways with football coach Jim McElwain following three consecutive losses. The person said the two sides are negotiating McElwain’s $12.5 million buyout, less than a week after he said his players and their families had received death threats. McElwain went 22-12 with the Gators, including 4-9 against ranked teams.

(N-F-L football)

Minnesota 33, Cleveland 16  (@London)
Carolina 17, Tampa Bay 3
New England 21, L.A. Chargers 13
Buffalo 34, Oakland 14
Atlanta 25, N.Y. Jets 20
Philadelphia 33, San Francisco 10
New Orleans 20, Chicago 12
Cincinnati 24, Indianapolis 23
Seattle 41, Houston 38
Dallas 33, Washington 19
Pittsburgh 20, Detroit 15

(Open: L.A. Rams, Arizona, N.Y. Giants, Jacksonville, Tennessee & Green Bay)

 

(N-B-A basketball)

Milwaukee 117, Atlanta 106
Indiana 97, San Antonio 94
Charlotte 120, Orlando 113
Denver 124, Brooklyn 111
Washington 110, Sacramento 83
New York 114, Cleveland 95
Detroit 115, Golden State 107

(N-H-L hockey)

Anaheim 4, Carolina 3, SO
Winnipeg 7, Pittsburgh 1
Calgary 2, Washington 1