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KLEM Local Schedule (week of October 30)

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MONDAY RESULTS – October 30

(volleyball)

CLASS 4A REGIONAL FINALS
(region 1)
#5-Bishop Heelan def. Le Mars (18-18) 3-0  (25-22, 25-22, 25-7)  Le Mars statistical leaders:  KILLS- Jecenta Sargisson 11, Pypr Stoeffler 7 and Jenn Schneider 6.  ASSISTS- Brooke Haage 23.  DIGS- Haylee Cooper 32, Jenn Schneider 27, Pypr Stoeffler 20.  SERVING- Grace Milbrodt (11-11/0 aces), Haylee Cooper (9-9/1 ace), Pypr Stoeffler (8-9/0 aces) and Jenn Schneider (7-8/0 aces).

(region 2)
#4-Sergeant Bluff-Luton def. Glenwood 3-0

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

CLASS 5A REGIONAL FINALS
(region 1)
#3-Ankeny Centennial def. Sioux City East 3-0

(N-F-L football)

Kansas City 29, Denver 19

KANSAS CITY, Mo. – The Kansas City Chiefs are 6-2 after Travis Kelce caught seven passes for 133 yards and a touchdown in a 29-19 win over Denver. Marcus Peters opened the scoring by returning a fumble 45 yards for a touchdown 5 1/2 minutes into the game. Trevor Siemian was picked off three times and the Broncos fumbled twice in falling to 3-4.

(N-B-A basketball)

Boston 108, San Antonio 94
Minnesota 125, Miami 122, OT
New York 116, Denver 110
Charlotte 104, Memphis 99
Orlando 115, New Orleans 99
Philadelphia 115, Houston 107
Utah 104, Dallas 89
Toronto 99, Portland 85
Golden State 141, L.A. Clippers 113

(N-H-L hockey)

Arizona 4, Philadelphia 3, OT
N.Y. Islanders 6, Vegas 3
Columbus 4, Boston 3, SO
Tampa Bay 8, Florida 5
Montreal 8, Ottawa 3
St. Louis 4, Los Angeles 2
Dallas 2, Vancouver 1, OT
San Jose 3, Toronto 2

 

 

TUESDAY RESULTS – October 31

(volleyball)

CLASS 1A REGIONAL FINALS
(region 1)
#3-Gehlen Catholic (27-6) def. Harris-Lake Park 3-1  (25-19, 25-27, 25-23, 25-13).  Gehlen statistical leaders:  KILLS- Katie Peters 21, Sydney Livermore 9, and Katelyn Langel & Krista Lipp had 8 each.  ASSISTS- Sydney Livermore 28 and Anna Britt 17.  BLOCKS- Katelyn Langel 5, Katie Peters 3, and Krista Lipp & Sydney Livermore had 2 each.  DIGS- Chloe Bunkers 16, Katie Peters 11, and Kayla Mayer 9.  SERVING- Chloe Bunkers (31-31/7 aces), Anna Britt (15-16/1 ace), and Sydney Livermore (13-14/2 aces).

1A STATE TOURNAMENT PAIRINGS:  (Wednesday, Nov. 8) 6 pm- #1-Janesville vs. #13-East Mills (court 1)  ..  6 pm- #3-Gehlen Catholic vs. #7-Tripoli (court 2)  ..  8 pm- #4-Starmont vs. #5-Holy Trinity Catholic (court 1)  ..  8 pm- #2-Springville vs. #8-North Tama (court 2).

CLASS 2A REGIONAL FINALS
(region 1)
#2-Western Christian def. Central Lyon 3-0

(region 2)
#6-Unity Christian def. #10-Treynor 3-0

(major league baseball)

WORLD SERIES – (series tied 3-3)
Los Angeles Dodgers 3, Houston Astros 1

LOS ANGELES – The World Series is tied at three games apiece after the Los Angeles Dodgers’ bullpen worked 4 1/3 shutout innings to lead a 3-1 win over the Houston Astros. The Astros failed to score after George Springer homered in the third inning off Dodgers starter Rich Hill. Corey Seager lifted a tiebreaking sacrifice fly in the Dodgers’ two-run sixth off losing pitcher Justin Verlander before Joc Pederson added a seventh-inning homer.

(N-B-A basketball)

Indiana 101, Sacramento 83
Phoenix 122, Brooklyn 114
Oklahoma City 110, Milwaukee 91
L.A. Lakers 113, Detroit 93

(N-H-L hockey)

N.Y. Rangers 6, Vegas 4
Detroit 5, Arizona 3
Winnipeg 2, Minnesota 1

(college football)

NEW YORK – Georgia, Alabama, Notre Dame and Clemson are the top four teams in the first College Football Playoff rankings of the season. The Crimson Tide are No. 1 in the AP poll, but the Bulldogs get top billing from the C-F-P following wins over the Irish and Mississippi State. Oklahoma, Ohio State, Penn State and TCU are the second four teams in the rankings.

 

 

WEDNESDAY RESULTS – November 1

(major league baseball)

WORLD SERIES – (Astros win series, 4-3)
Houston Astros 5, Los Angeles Dodgers 1

LOS ANGELES – George Springer slammed a two-run homer and Charlie Morton tossed four innings of two-hit relief as the Houston Astros beat the Los Angeles Dodgers 5-1 in Game 7 of the World Series. Springer was named the series MVP after tying a Fall Classic record with five homers and becoming the first to go deep in four consecutive games in the same World Series. Morton retired the last 11 Dodgers to secure the first World Series title in the Astros’ 56-season history.

(cross country)

LE MARS — Le Mars Community seniors, Andrew Tonner and Alec Rieken, have qualified to run in the senior All-Star cross country meet in Ankeny on Saturday.

(N-B-A basketball)

Charlotte 126, Milwaukee 121
Indiana 124, Cleveland 107
Philadelphia 119, Atlanta 109
Phoenix 122, Washington 116
Boston 113, Sacramento 86
Miami 97, Chicago 91
Houston 119, New York 97
Minnesota 104, New Orleans 98
Orlando 101, Memphis 99
Denver 129, Toronto 111
Utah 112, Portland 103, OT
L.A. Clippers 119, Dallas 98

(N-H-L hockey)

Chicago 3, Philadelphia 0
Pittsburgh 3, Edmonton 2
Toronto 3, Anaheim 1
New Jersey 2, Vancouver 0
San Jose 4, Nashville 1

COLLEGE BASKETBALL-PRESEASON POLL

UNDATED (AP) – Duke is No. 1 in The Associated Press preseason men’s basketball poll for the second straight season and ninth time as a program, matching rival North Carolina for most all-time.  Led by senior guard Grayson Allen and freshman phenom Marvin Bagley III, the Blue Devils received 33 of 65 first-place votes from a national media panel. No. 2 Michigan State received 13 first-place votes, No. 3 Arizona had 18 and No. 4 Kansas got one.  Kentucky rounds out the top 5, followed by Villanova, Wichita State, Florida, the defending-champion Tar Heels and Southern California.  No. 19 Northwestern is ranked in the preseason poll for the first time.

 

 

THURSDAY SCHEDULE – November 2

(N-F-L football)

N.Y. Jets 34, Buffalo 21

EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. – The New York Jets turned in a dominating performance on Thursday night football. Matt Forte ran for two touchdowns four days after complaining the Jets didn’t run the ball enough, and an overwhelming defense sacked Tyrod Taylor seven times Thursday night in New York’s 34-21 demolition of the Buffalo Bills. Buffalo (5-3) came in having scored 64 points in its last two wins, but self-destructed with turnovers and miscues. New York (4-5), snapped a three-game slide in which it held leads in each defeat.

(N-B-A basketball)

Golden State 112, San Antonio 92
Portland 113, L.A. Lakers 110

(N-H-L hockey)

Boston 2, Vegas 1
Washington 4, N.Y. Islanders 3
N.Y. Rangers 2, Tampa Bay 1, OT
Columbus 7, Florida 3
Ottawa 3, Detroit 1
Winnipeg 5, Dallas 2
Minnesota 6, Montreal 3
Philadelphia 2, St. Louis 0
Colorado 5, Carolina 3
Calgary 2, Pittsburgh 1, OT
Buffalo 5, Arizona 4
Los Angeles 5, Toronto 3

 

 

FRIDAY RESULTS – November 3

(high school playoff football)

AUDUBON — Canaan Cox scored five touchdowns and accounted for over 300 all-purpose yards to lead No. 2 Remsen St. Mary’s to a 64-32 quarterfinal round victory over No. 3 Audubon (10-1) Friday night in the 8-man playoffs.  With the victory, the Hawks (10-0) advance to the semifinals next Thursday in the UNI-Dome in Cedar Falls where they’ll meet unrated Fremont Mills (9-2) in a 12-noon kick-off.  Quarterback Derrick Schorg threw for two touchdowns and ran for two more scores for the Hawks.  St. Mary’s built a 36-6 lead by halftime but saw that advantage trimmed to 16 in the second half before three fourth quarter touchdowns secured the victory.

photo courtesy Elizabeth Clark Fisch

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COUNCIL BLUFFS — A fourth quarter interception that was returned for a 53-yard touchdown by Dillion White all but ended Gehlen’s hopes of advancing to the Uni-Dome next Friday for the semifinals as the Council Bluffs St. Albert Falcons went on to beat the Jays 31-10 Friday night in the Class A quarterfinals.  An Xavier Roberts’ interception at the goal line halted a 15-play drive for the Falcons that ate up the first seven minutes of the third quarter.  Gehlen needed just four plays to go 95 yards to pull to within 17-10 on a 65-yard pass play from Cole Wiltgen-to-Izaac Herbst.  The Jays had a promising start to their next drive, going from their own 18 yard line to mid-field before White stepped in between a Wiltgen swing pass to Herbst for a pick-six that clearly swung momentum.  The Falcons added another score with 2:39 to play on a two-yard run by Luke Waters, capping a six-minute, 49-yard drive.  Senior quarterback Kyle Barnes threw a pair of first half touchdown passes, the first on the Falcon’s opening offensive play of the night that netted 53 yards to Blake Rallis.  The second TD-pass went to Tyler Blaha on a 48-yard bomb with 4:17 to play in the first half as St. Albert went ahead 17-3 at the break.  Lance Wright kicked a 30-yard first quarter field goal for the Falcons and Bryan Nohava added a 22-yard field goal for Gehlen’s only first-half scoring.  The Jays end the season at 8-and-3 while St. Albert takes a 10-and-1 record to next Friday’s semifinal game at the UNI-Dome against top-rated West Sioux at 1 p.m.

photo courtesy of Matt Schilling

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8-MAN QUARTERFINALS
#2-Remsen St. Mary’s (10-0) 64, Audubon (10-1) 32
Fremont Mills (9-2) 35, #5-Sidney (10-1) 9
Midland, Wyoming (9-2) 52, #7-Tripoli (9-2) 50
#1-Don Bosco (11-0) 62, H-L-V, Victor (9-3) 0

CLASS A QUARTERFINALS
#1-West Sioux (11-0) 54, West Hancock (7-4) 12
#5-Council Bluffs St. Albert (9-1) 31, Gehlen Catholic (8-3) 10
#9-Saint Ansgar (11-0) 35, #7-Gladbrook-Reinbeck (9-2) 7
#3-Hudson (11-0) 30, #8-Lynnville-Sully (9-1) 0

CLASS 1A QUARTERFINALS
#1-West Lyon (11-0) 42, #8-Western Christian (8-3) 3
#2-Van Meter (11-0) 27, #6-Denver (9-2) 6
#4-Iowa City Regina (9-2) 35, Wilton (9-2) 0
#3-Pella Christian (11-0) 44, Pleasantville (8-3) 6

CLASS 2A QUARTERFINALS
#1-Boyden-Hull/Rock Valley (10-1) 28, #7-South Central Calhoun (9-2) 20
#5-Waukon (10-1) 34, New Hampton (8-3) 13
Union, La Porte City (8-3) 16, #2-Cascade (10-1) 14
#9-Williamsburg (9-2) 24, #3-Mount Vernon (9-2) 14

CLASS 3A QUARTERFINALS
#6-Harlan (10-1) 41, #4-Sergeant Bluff-Luton (10-1) 15
#5-Pella (10-1) 35, #2-Dallas Center-Grimes (10-1) 18
#3-Cedar Rapids Xavier (11-0) 44, Davenport Assumption (8-3) 21
#1-Solon (11-0) 54, #7-West Delaware (8-3) 14

CLASS 4A QUARTERFINALS
#7-Ankeny Centennial (9-2) 44, Lewis Central (9-2) 14
#2-Dowling Catholic (10-1) 13, #6-Johnston (9-2) 10
#1-Iowa City West (11-0) 27, #5-Cedar Falls (9-2) 9
#4-Bettendorf (10-1) 31, #9-North Scott (9-2) 21

(college football)

(22) Memphis 41, Tulsa 14

TULSA, Okla. (AP) – Riley Ferguson completed 27 of 39 passes for 298 yards and four touchdowns as 22nd-ranked Memphis ripped Tulsa 41-14. Darrell Henderson ran for 123 yards on 14 carries and had six receptions for 50 yards and a touchdown in the Tigers’ fifth straight win. D’Angelo Brewer gained 119 yards on 21 rushes for the Golden Hurricanes, who were held to 145 yards rushing after entering the game with the nation’s 12th-best ground attack

(N-B-A basketball)

 

Chicago 105, Orlando 83
Cleveland 130, Washington 122
Philadelphia 121, Indiana 110
Milwaukee 105, Detroit 96
Houston 119, Atlanta 104
New York 120, Phoenix 107
San Antonio 108, Charlotte 101
New Orleans 99, Dallas 94
Denver 95, Miami 94
Toronto 109, Utah 100
Boston 101, Oklahoma City 94
L.A. Lakers 124, Brooklyn 112

(N-H-L hockey)

Edmonton 6, New Jersey 3
Nashville 5, Anaheim 3

 

 

SATURDAY RESULTS – November 4

(college football)

Iowa 55, (3) Ohio State 24
Northwestern 31, Nebraska 24, OT
West Virginia 20, (14) Iowa State 16
U-N-I 34, U-S-D 29

Morningside 41, Doane 10
Concordia (Neb.) 35, Briar Cliff 7
Dakota Wesleyan 62, Dordt 52
Northwestern was idle
Wartburg 55, Buena Vista 14

Top 25 games:
(1) Alabama 24, (19) L-S-U 10
(2) Georgia 24, South Carolina 10
(4) Wisconsin 45, Indiana 17
(5) Notre Dame 48, Wake Forest 37
(6) Clemson 38, (20) North Carolina State 31
(24) Michigan State 27, (7) Penn State 24
(8) Oklahoma 62, (11) Oklahoma State 52
(9) Miami 28, (13) Virginia Tech 10
(10) T-C-U 24, Texas 7
(12) Washington 38, Oregon 3
(15) U-C-F 31, S-M-U 24
(16) Auburn 42. Texas A&M 27
(17) Southern Cal 49, Arizona 35
(25) Washington State 24, (18) Stanford 21
(21) Mississippi State 34, U-Mass 23
(23) Arizona State 41, Colorado 30

(N-B-A basketball)

Memphis 113, L.A. Clippers 104
Detroit 108, Sacramento 99
Minnesota 112, Dallas 99
New Orleans 96, Chicago 90
Golden State 127, Denver 108

(N-H-L hockey)

Vegas 5, Ottawa 4
N.Y. Rangers 5, Florida 4, OT
Montreal 5, Winnipeg 4, OT
Washington 3, Boston 2
St. Louis 6, Toronto 4
Tampa Bay 5, Columbus 4, SO
Colorado 5, Philadelphia 4, SO
Chicago 2, Minnesota 0
Dallas 5, Buffalo 1
Arizona 2, Carolina 1, SO
Vancouver 4, Pittsburgh  2
Nashville 4, Los Angeles 3, OT
San Jose 2, Anaheim1, SO

 

SUNDAY RESULTS – November 5

(N-F-L football)

New Orleans 30, Tampa Bay 10
Tennessee 23, Baltimore 20
L.A. Rams 51, N.Y. Giants 17
Jacksonville 23, Cincinnati 7
Indianapolis 20, Houston 14
Carolina 20, Atlanta 17
Philadelphia 51, Denver 23
Arizona 20, San Francisco 10
Washington 17, Seattle 14
Dallas 28, Kansas City 17
Oakland 27, Miami 24

(Open: Chicago, Minnesota, New England, L.A. Chargers, Cleveland, Pittsburgh)

(N-B-A basketball)

Atlanta 117, Cleveland 115
Miami 104, L.A. Clippers 101
Boston 104, Orlando 88
Washington 107, Toronto 96
Houston 137, Utah 110
San Antonio 112, Phoenix 95
New York 108, Indiana 101
Minnesota 112, Charlotte 94
Portland 103, Oklahoma City 99
L.A. Lakers 107, Memphis 102

(N-H-L hockey)

Detroit 4, Edmonton 0
N.Y. Islanders 6, Colorado 4
Montreal 2, Chicago 0
Calgary 5, New Jersey 4, SO