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KLEM Local Schedule (week of December 25)

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MONDAY RESULTS – December 25 (Christmas Day)

(N-F-L football)

Pittsburgh 34, Houston 6
Philadelphia 19, Oakland 10

(college basketball)

(15) Miami 84, Middle Tennessee State 81

(N-B-A basketball)

Philadelphia 105, New York 98
Golden State 99, Cleveland 92
Washington 111, Boston 103
Oklahoma City 112, Houston 107
Minnesota 121, L.A. Lakers 104

(N-H-L hockey)

no games scheduled

 

 

TUESDAY RESULTS – December 26

(college football)

HEART OF DALLAS BOWL: Utah 30, West Virginia 14

QUICK LANE BOWL: Duke 36, Northern Illinois 14

CACTUS BOWL: Kansas State 37, U-C-L-A 17

(N-B-A basketball)

Detroit 107, Indiana 83
Dallas 98, Toronto 93
Miami 107, Orlando 89
Chicago 115, Milwaukee 106
San Antonio 109, Brooklyn 97
Phoenix 99, Memphis 97
Denver 107, Utah 83
L.A. Clippers 122, Sacramento 95

(N-H-L hockey)

no games scheduled

 

 

WEDNESDAY RESULTS – December 27

(college football)

NEW YORK — Drake Kulick fought for a 1-yard touchdown run late in the fourth quarter on his only carry of the game and Iowa beat Boston College 27-20 in the frigid Pinstripe Bowl at Yankee Stadium to snap a five-game bowl losing streak. The Hawkeyes (8-5) had been the only team in the nation to lose a bowl game in each of the last four seasons.

SHREVEPORT, La. — James Blackman threw three of his Independence Bowl-record four touchdown passes to Auden Tate and Florida State beat Southern Mississippi 42-13. Florida State (7-6) avoided its first losing season since 1976.

HOUSTON — Freshman running back Daniel Young had 64 yards receiving with a touchdown and added 48 yards on the ground to help Texas beat Missouri 33-16 in the Texas Bowl. The Longhorns, in a bowl for the first time since 2014, bounced back from a loss to Texas Tech in their regular-season finale to finish with their first winning record since going 8-5 in coach Mack Brown’s final season in 2013.

SANTA CLARA, Calif. — Elijah Sindelar threw a 38-yard touchdown pass to Anthony Mahoungou with 1:44 remaining and Purdue capped coach Jeff Brohm’s first season in dramatic style with a 38-35 victory over Arizona in the Foster Farms Bowl. The Boilermakers had squandered a 17-point halftime lead when Khalil Tate threw his fifth TD pass with 3:21 remaining to give the Wildcats the lead before rallying for the win.

(college basketball)

Top 25 games:
(1) Villanova 103, DePaul 85
(6) Xavier 91 Marquette 87

(N-B-A basketball)

Boston 102, Charlotte 91
Dallas 98, Indiana 94
Atlanta 113, Washington 99
New Orleans 128, Brooklyn 113
Minnesota 128, Denver 125, OT
Chicago 92, New York 87
Oklahoma City 124, Toronto 107
Sacramento 109, Cleveland 95
Memphis 109, L.A. Lakers 99
Golden State 126, Utah 101

(N-H-L hockey)

N.Y. Islanders 3, Buffalo 2, OT
Carolina 3, Montreal 1
Boston 5, Ottawa 1
Pittsburgh 5, Columbus 4, SO
New Jersey 3, Detroit 1
Nashville 2, St. Louis 1
N.Y. Rangers 1, Washington 0, SO
Minnesota 4, Dallas 2
Winnipeg 4, Edmonton 3
Arizona 3, Colorado 1
Vegas 4, Anaheim 1

(major league baseball news)

HOUSTON — Reigning American League MVP Jose Altuve has been named AP Male Athlete of the Year after leading the Astros to their first World Series title. Altuve picked up the franchise’s first MVP trophy in more than two decades, a couple of weeks after helping the club beat the Dodgers in the Fall Classic. He led the AL with a .346 average and 204 hits while providing 24 homers, 81 RBIs and 112 runs scored.

 

THURSDAY RESULTS – December 28

LE MARS — Le Mars Community’s junior basketball standout, Madison Dreckman, made her college decision Thursday, making a verbal commitment to attend the University of Nebraska-Kearney after her senior year.  Dreckman has led the Lady Bulldogs in scoring in each of her three seasons thus far,  averaging 17.2 points a game through the first nine contests this season and is pulling down six rebounds per game and dishing out six assists per game.  She won’t officially sign a Letter of Intent until next November on National Signing Day.  Dreckman will be the second Lady Bulldog standout to attend Nebraska-Kearney.  Beth (Swift) Dye enjoyed an outstanding career for the Antelopes, graduating in 2003 and being added to their Sports Hall-of-Fame in 2014.

(college football)

MILITARY BOWL: Navy 49, Virginia 7

CAMPING WORLD BOWL: (17) Oklahoma State 31, (22) Virginia Tech 21

ALAMO BOWL: (13) T-C-U 39, (15) Stanford 37

HOLIDAY BOWL: (18) Michigan State 42, (21) Washington State 17

(college basketball)

(20) Gonzaga 81, Pacific 48
(23) Seton Hall 90, (25) Creighton 84

(N-B-A basketball)

Orlando 102, Detroit 89
Boston 99, Houston 98
Milwaukee 102, Minnesota 96
San Antonio 119, New York 107
Portland 114, Philadelphia 110

(N-H-L hockey)

Florida 3, Philadelphia 2
Washington 4, Boston 3, SO
Tampa Bay 3, Montreal 1
Toronto 7, Arizona 4
Vegas 3, Los Angeles 2, OT
Vancouver 5, Chicago 2
San Jose 3, Calgary 2, SO

 

 

FRIDAY RESULTS – December 29

(college football)

BELK BOWL: Wake Forest 55, Texas A&M 52

SUN BOWL: North Carolina State 52, Arizona State 31

MUSIC CITY BOWL: (20) Northwestern 24, Kent State 23

ARIZONA BOWL: New Mexico State 26, Utah State 20, OT

COTTON BOWL: (5) Ohio State 24, (8) U-S-C 7

(college basketball)

Iowa 98, Northern Illinois 75

Kansas State 91, Iowa State 75

Top 25 games:
(2) Michigan 111, Cleveland State 61
(7) West Virginia 85, Oklahoma State 79
(11) Kansas 92, Texas 86
(16) Kentucky 90, Louisville 61
(22) Texas Tech (18) Baylor 53

 

(N-B-A basketball)

Washington 121, Houston 103
Toronto 111, Atlanta 98
Brooklyn 111, Miami 87
Dallas 128, New Orleans 120
Chicago 119, Indiana 107
Milwaukee 97, Oklahoma City 95
Phoenix 111, Sacramento 101
Charlotte 111, Golden State 100
L.A. Clippers 121, L.A. Lakers 106

(N-H-L hockey)

Buffalo 4, New Jersey3, OT
Detroit 3, N.Y. Rangers 2, SO
Philadelphia 5, Tampa Bay 3
Carolina 2, Pittsburgh 1
Ottawa 5, Columbus 4
Minnesota 4, Nashville 2
Winnipeg 4, N.Y. Islanders 2
Dallas 4, St. Louis 2
Colorado 4, Toronto 3, OT
Chicago 4, Edmonton 3, OT
Anaheim 2, Calgary 1

 

 

SATURDAY RESULTS – December 30

(college football)

TAXSLAYER BOWL: (24) Mississippi State 31, Louisville 27

LIBERTY BOWL: Iowa State 21, (19) Memphis 20

FIESTA BOWL: (9) Penn State 35,  (12) Washington 28

ORANGE BOWL: (6) Wisconsin 34, (11) Miami 24

(college basketball)

Butler 101, (1) Villanova 93
(17) Arizona 84, (3) Arizona State 78
(4) Duke 100, (24) Florida State 93
Alabama 79, (5) Texas A&M 57
(6) Xavier 77, DePaul 72
(8) Wichita State 72, U-Conn 62
(9) Virginia 59, Boston College 58
(12) Oklahoma 90, (10) T-C-U 89
(13) North Carolina 73, Wake Forest 69
(14) Purdue 98, Liscomb 66
(15) Miami 67, Pittsburgh 53
Arkansas 95, (19) Tennessee 93
(20) Gonzaga 101, Santa Clara 52

(N-B-A basketball)

New York 105, New Orleans 103
Detroit 93, San Antonio 79
Utah 104, Cleveland 101
Golden State 141, Memphis 128
Miami 117, Orlando 111
Atlanta 104, Portland 89
Philadelphia 107, Denver 102

(N-H-L hockey)

Boston 5, Ottawa 0
Florida 2, Montreal 0
Washington 5, New Jersey 2
St. Louis 3, Carolina 2
Nashville 3, Minnesota 0
Los Angeles 4, Vancouver 3

 

SUNDAY RESULTS – December 31

(N-F-L football)

N.Y. Giants 18, Washington 10
New England 26, N.Y. Jets 6
Atlanta 22, Carolina 10
Indianapolis 22, Houston 13
Pittsburgh 28, Cleveland 24
Detroit 35, Green Bay 11
Dallas 6, Philadelphia 0
Minnesota 23, Chicago 10
Buffalo 22, Miami 16
Tennessee 15, Jacksonville 10
Cincinnati 31, Baltimore 27
Tampa Bay 31, New Orleans 24
L.A. Chargers 30, Oakland 10
San Francisco 34, L.A. Rams 13
Arizona 26, Seattle 24
Kansas City 27, Denver 24

(end of regular season)

(college basketball)

(2) Michigan State 108, Savannah State 52
(16) Kentucky 66, Georgia 61
(21) Cincinnati 82, Memphis 48
(23) Seton Hall 75, St. John’s 70
(25) Creighton 83, Providence 64

(N-B-A basketball)

Washington 114, Chicago 110
Minnesota 107 Indiana 90
Boston 108, New Jersey 105
Houston 148, L.A. Lakers 142, 2 OTs
Dallas 116, Oklahoma State 113
L.A. Clippers 106, Charlotte 98
Memphis 114, Sacramento 96
Philadelphia 123, Phoenix 110

(N-H-L hockey)

Vegas 6, Toronto 3
Anaheim 5, Arizona 2
Tampa Bay 5, Columbus 0
Detroit 4, Pittsburgh 1
Winnipeg 5, Edmonton 0
Dallas 6, San Jose 0
Colorado 6, N.Y. Islanders 1
Calgary 4, Chicago 3, OT