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KLEM Local Schedule (week of November 20)

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MONDAY RESULTS – November 20

(bowling)

(girls results) Le Mars (1-0) 2614, Sioux Central/Spencer 1681.  HIGH GAMES:  Caitlynne Peters (212) and Lexi Schroeder (199).  HIGH SERIES:  Lexi Schroeder (368) and Caitlynne Peters (350).  J-V results:  Le Mars 2308, Sioux Central/Spencer 1288.  HIGH GAME:  Emma Jacobs (199).  HIGH SERIES:  Emma Jacobs (386).

(boys results)  Le Mars (1-0) 3136, Sioux Central/Spencer 2249.  HIGH GAMES:  Blake Rush (267), Trey Whiddon (255) and Kody Koerselman (223).  HIGH SERIES:  Trey Whiddon (459), Blake Rush (437) and Kody Koerselman (408).  J-V results:  Le Mars 2894, Sioux Central/Spencer 1882.  HIGH GAMES:  Bryce Timp (236), Brady Poulson (235) and Evan Berkenpas (222).  HIGH SERIES:  Brady Poulson (425), Austin Parrott (407) and Evan Berkenpas (397).

Note:  The Le Mars girls have now won 42 straight regular season matches and the boys extended their regular season win-streak to 27.

(N-F-L football)

Atlanta 34, Seattle 31

SEATTLE – Matt Ryan threw for 195 yards and two touchdowns as the Atlanta Falcons beat the Seattle Seahawks 34-31, leaving both teams 6-4. Adrian Clayborn returned a fumble 10 yards for a score to put the Falcons ahead 21-7 early in the second quarter. Russell Wilson passed for two touchdowns, including a scoring toss to Doug Baldwin with three minutes left to get the Seahawks within three points before Blair Walsh missed a 52-yard field-goal try with two seconds to play.

(college basketball)

NEW YORK – The order is a little jumbled, but the top 10 remain the same in the latest Associated Press men’s basketball poll.  Duke remains No. 1, followed by Arizona, Kansas, Michigan St. and Villanova. The Wildcats and Jayhawks moved up one spot with the Spartans’ loss to the Blue Devils last Tuesday.  Duke took 54 of 65 first-place votes and Arizona claimed the others.
Sixth-ranked Wichita State is followed by Florida, Kentucky, North Carolina and Southern California.

CAYMAN ISLAND CLASSIC:  Louisiana-Lafayette 80, Iowa 71

Top-25 games:
(1) Duke 92, Furman 63
(6) Wichita State 92, California 82
(8) Kentucky 70, Troy 62
(9) North Carolina 96, Stanford 72
(12) Cincinnati 73, Buffalo 67
(13) Notre Dame 83, Chaminade University 56
(15) Xavier 96, Hampton 60
(16) Texas A&M 72, Oklahoma State 55
(22) Baylor 70, Wisconsin 65
Creighton 100, (23) U-C-L-A 89
(24) West Virginia 91, Long Beach State 62

(N-B-A basketball)

Charlotte 118, Minnesota 102
Cleveland 116, Detroit 88
Indiana 105, Orlando 97
Philadelphia 107, Utah 86
New York 107, L.A. Clippers 85
New Orleans 114, Oklahoma City 107
Portland 100, Memphis 92
Washington 99, Milwaukee 88
Boston 110, Dallas 102, OT
San Antonio 96, Atlanta 85
Denver 114, Sacramento 98

(N-H-L hockey)

Arizona 4, Toronto 1
Calgary 4, Washington 1
Columbus 3, Buffalo 2
Nashville 5, Winnipeg 3
New Jersey 4, Minnesota 3, OT
Anaheim 3, San Jose 2, SO

 

 

TUESDAY RESULTS – November 21

(high school basketball)

LE MARS — No. 5 (4A) Le Mars opened the 2017-2018 girls basketball season with a 55-12 rout of the Hinton Blackhawks Tuesday night at the Bulldogs Competition gym.  The Lady Bulldogs scored the first 16 points of the game and held Hinton without a field goal in the first half while building a 26-3 lead by halftime.  The lead grew to 42-8 after three quarters before Le Mars settled on a 43-point winning margin.  Sidney Baumgartner led a balanced scoring attack with 15 points with Jenn Schneider adding 13 and Madison Dreckman 10.  Jaelynn Dreckman dropped in 7 for the Lady Bulldogs.  Laura Brighton, Hallie Reuter and El’Lee Kroll led Hinton with three points each.  Hinton falls to 0-and-2 for the season.  Both teams return to action next Tuesday.

LE MARS — The Gehlen Catholic girls basketball team is off to their best start since the 2013-2014 season at 2-and-0, following Tuesday night’s 54-36 win over Siouxland Christian at the Marvin Langel Memorial gym in Le Mars.  The Lady Jays outscored Siouxland Christian 24-13 in the final quarter to turn a 30-23 lead after three quarters into a solid 18-point victory.  The Eagles beat Gehlen by 29 points last season.  Addison Weber led the way for Gehlen with 19 points while Abbie Dickman had 11 and Sydney Livermore 10.

(G) (#5-4A)Le Mars (1-0) 55, Hinton (0-2) 12
(G) Gehlen Catholic (2-0) 54, Siouxland Christian 36

(G) (#2-1A)Kingsley-Pierson 79, River Valley 12
(G) Westwood 61, Akron-Westfield 42
(G) South O’Brien 57, Alta-Aurelia 56
(G) Sioux Central 55, Hartley-Melvin-Sanborn 37
(G) MMCRU 46, Storm Lake St. Mary’s 35
(G) Central Lyon 51, (#13-2A)Okoboji 44
(G) West Lyon 50, Sheldon 32
(G) Sioux City West 84, Lawton-Bronson 41
(G) (#2-4A)Lewis Central 77, Sioux City North 20
(G) (#8-1A)Newell-Fonda 72, Spirit Lake 47
(G) South Central Calhoun 57, Storm Lake 43

(college basketball)

(M) Morningside 85, Doane 77  (former Bulldog Tyler Borchers had 26 pts. and 8 reb. for Morningside)

(W) Buena Vista 67, Grinnell 54  (former Lady Bulldog Holly Schneider had 15 pts. for B-V)

CAYMAN ISLAND CLASSIC:  South Dakota State 80, Iowa 72

Top-25 games:
(3) Kansas 114, Texas Southern 71
(6) Wichita State 80, Marquette 66
(12) Cincinnati 75, Richmond 48
(13) Notre Dame 92, L-S-U 53
(14) Minnesota 100, Alabama A&M 57
(16) Texas A&M 98, Penn State 87
(19) Louisville 84, Southern Illinois 42
(22) Baylor 65, Creighton 59
(23) U-C-L-A 72, Wisconsin 70
(25) Alabama 77, Texas-Arlington 76

(N-B-A basketball)

L.A. Lakers 103, Chicago 94

(N-H-L hockey)

Vancouver 5, Philadelphia 2
St. Louis 8, Edmonton 3
Dallas 3, Montreal 1

 

 

WEDNESDAY RESULTS – November 22

(college basketball)

CAYMAN ISLAND CLASSIC:  Iowa 95, U-A-B 85

North Carolina State 90, (2) Arizona 84
(5) Villanova 66, Western Kentucky 58
(13) Notre Dame 67, (6) Wichita State 66
(10) Southern Cal 88, Lehigh 63

(N-B-A basketball)

Cleveland 119, Brooklyn 109
Philadelphia 101, Portland 81
Charlotte 129, Washington 124
Miami 104, Boston 98
L.A. Clippers 116, Atlanta 103
New York 108, Toronto 100
Dallas 95, Memphis 94
Houston 125, Denver 95
Oklahoma City 108, Golden State 91
Minnesota 124, Orlando 118
New Orleans 107, San Antonio 90
Utah 110, Chicago 80
Milwaukee 113, Phoenix 107
Sacramento 113, L.A. Lakers 102

(N-H-L hockey)

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

 

 

THURSDAY RESULTS – November 23 (Thanksgiving)

(N-F-L football)

Minnesota 30, Detroit 23
L.A. Chargers 28, Dallas 6
Washington 20, N.Y. Giants 10

(college football)

Mississippi 31, (16) Mississippi State 28

(college basketball)

(1) Duke 99, Portland State 81
S-M-U 66, (2) Arizona 60
(4) Michigan State 73, DePaul 51
(5) Villanova 85, Tennessee 76
(7) Florida 108, Stanford 87
(9) North Carolina 102, Portland 78
Rhode Island 75, (20) Seton Hall 75

 

 

FRIDAY RESULTS – November 24

(college football)

Iowa 56, Nebraska 14

LINCOLN, Neb. — With a 42-point second half, Iowa (7-5) did its part to put the finishing touches on the worst football season at Nebraska (4-8) in six decades. Akrum Wadley ran for 159 yards and three touchdowns and Iowa scored 28 points in less than a 7-minute span on its way to a 56-14 win Friday in what could have been coach Mike Riley’s last game with the Cornhuskers.  The Hawkeyes now await a bowl bid, possibly from the Music City Bowl or the Pinstripe Bowl.

Top 25 games:
Pittsburgh 24, (2) Miami (Fla.) 14
(10) T-C-U 45, Baylor 22
(13) U-C-F 49, (22) South Florida 42
(24) Virginia Tech 10, Virginia 0

(college basketball)

(1) Duke 85, Texas 78, OT
Purdue 89, (2) Arizona 64
(3) Kansas 102, Oakland 59
(4) Michigan State 77, U-Conn 57
(5) Villanova 64, U-N-I 50
(7) Florida 111, (17) Gonzaga 105, 2 OTs
(9) North Carolina 87, Arkansas 68
(14) Minnesota 69, Massachusetts 51
Washington State 84, (21) St. Mary’s (Cal.) 79

(N-B-A basketball)

Portland 127, Brooklyn 125
Atlanta 116, New York 104
Boston 118, Orlando 103
Cleveland 100, Charlotte 99
Detroit 99, Oklahoma City 98
Miami 109, Minnesota 97
Indiana 107, Toronto 104
Denver 104, Memphis 92
New Orleans 115, Phoenix 91
Golden State 143, Chicago 94

(N-H-L hockey)

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

 

 

SATURDAY RESULTS – November 25

(college football)

NAIA PLAYOFFS:
(3) Morningside 52, (8) St. Xavier (IL.) 7
(1) St. Francis (IN.) 30, (10) Northwestern 3

SIOUX CITY – Morningside improved to 6-6 all-time in the F-C-S quarterfinals with a dominant 52-7 victory over St. Xavier (Ill.). Quarterback Trent Solsma led the Mustangs’ high-powered offense with 335 passing yards and four touchdowns. Wide receiver Chad Berg was Solsma’s favorite target on the day with six catches for 112 yards and two scores.  Morningside set a new program record with nine sacks, including three by defensive lineman Chase Reis.

FORT WAYNE, Ind. – Defending national champion St. Francis, which is looking to become the first team to take home back-to-back banners since former member Sioux Falls accomplished the feat in 2008 and 2009, downed Northwestern, 30-3, to extend its NAIA-best winning streak to 22-straight.  Saint Francis’ Justin Green once again proved to be a difference maker, as the junior raced for 179 yards and one touchdown. In nine career playoff games, Green has ran for 1,649 yards (183.2 per game) and 14 touchdowns.  The Cougars reach the F-C-S semifinals for the third-straight season as they host No. 3 Morningside on December 2.

 

Kansas State 20, Iowa State (7-5) 19

MANHATTEN, Kan. — Skylar Thompson found Isaiah Zuber at the back of the end zone on a scramble play for the winning touchdown as time ran out to lift Kansas State to a wild 20-19 win over Iowa State Saturday.  The win completed a comeback from a 19-7 deficit in the fourth quarter for the Wildcats.  Kyle Kempf threw for 264 yards for I-S-U, who lost for the tenth straight time to K-State.

Top 25 games:
(6) Auburn 26, (1) Alabama 14
(3) Oklahoma 59, West Virginia 13
(4) Clemson 34, South Carolina 10
(5) Wisconsin 31, Minnesota 0
(7) Georgia 38, Georgia Tech 7
(8) Ohio State 31, Michigan 20
(20) Stanford 38, (9) Notre Dame 20
(12) Penn State 66, Maryland 3
(15) Washington 41, (14) Washington State 14
(17) Memphis 70, East Carolina 13
(18) Oklahoma State 58, Kansas 17
(19) L-S-U 45, Texas A&M 21
(21) Michigan State 40, Rutgers 7
(23) Northwestern 42, Illinois 7
Fresno State 28, (25) Boise State 17

(college basketball)

(11) Miami (Fla.) 86, Northern Florida 65
(14) Minnesota 89, (25) Alabama 84

(N-B-A basketball)

Philadelphia 130, Orlando 111
Portland 108, Washington 105
San Antonio 106, Charlotte 86
Toronto 112, Atlanta 78
Boston 108, Indiana 98
Houston 117, New York 102
Golden State 110, New Orleans 95
Dallas 97, Oklahoma City 81
Utah 121, Milwaukee 108
L.A. Clippers 97, Sacramento 95

(N-H-L hockey)

Washington 4, Toronto 2
Montreal 3, Buffalo 0
N.Y. Islanders 2, Ottawa 1
New Jersey 4, Detroit 3, OT
Chicago 4, Florida 1
Pittsburgh 5, Tampa Bay 2
St. Louis 6, Minnesota 3
Vegas 4, Arizona 2
Calgary 3, Colorado 2
San Jose 4, Winnipeg 0
Los Angeles 2, Anaheim 1, SO

 

 

 

SUNDAY RESULTS – November 26

NEW YORK – Clemson is the new leader in The Associated Press college football poll, followed by Oklahoma, unbeaten Wisconsin, Auburn and the Crimson Tide. The Tigers picked up 27 first-place votes and moved up three spots following Saturday’s rout of South Carolina. The Sooners took 24 first-place votes and the Badgers claimed the remaining 10. Oklahoma earned a 28-point win over West Virginia, and the Badgers shut out Minnesota 31-0.

(N-F-L football)

Tennessee 20, Indianapolis 16
Carolina 35, N.Y. Jets 27
Cincinnati 30, Cleveland 16
Atlanta 34, Tampa Bay 20
New England 35, Miami 17
Buffalo 16, Kansas City 10
Philadelphia 31, Chicago 3
Seattle 24, San Francisco 13
Arizona 27, Jacksonville 24
Oakland 21, Denver 14
L.A. Rams 26, New Orleans 20
Pittsburgh 31, Green Bay 28

(college basketball)

(1) Duke 87, (7) Florida 84
(4) Michigan State 63, (9) North Carolina 45
(8) Kentucky 107, U-I-C 73
(16) Texas A&M 75, (10) U-S-C 59
(17) Gonzaga 76, Texas 71, OT
(23) U-C-L-A 87, UC-Irvine 63

(N-B-A basketball)

Miami 100, Chicago 93
Minnesota 119, Phoenix 108
Brooklyn 98, Memphis 88

(N-H-L hockey)

Carolina 4 Nashville 3, SO
N-Y Rangers 4 Vancouver 3, SO
Edmonton 4 Boston 2