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KLEM Local Schedule (week of September 10)

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MONDAY RESULTS – September 10

(N-F-L football)

N.Y. Jets 48, Detroit 17
L.A. Rams 33, Oakland 13

UNDATED (AP) – The New York Jets and Los Angeles Rams won last night’s NFL games. Sam Darnold threw a pick-6 on his first NFL passing attempt, but he also finished 16 of 21 for 198 yards and two touchdowns as the Jets crushed the Detroit Lions, 48-17. Jared Goff threw two touchdown passes and newcomer Marcus Peters returned an interception 50 yards for a touchdown as the Rams pulled away in a 33-13 win over the Raiders in Oakland

(major league baseball)

AMERICAN LEAGUE
Houston 3, Detroit 2
Tampa Bay 6, Cleveland 5
N.Y. Yankees 7, Minnesota 2
Kansas City 4, Chicago White Sox 3, 10 innings
Texas 5, L.A. Angels 2

NATIONAL LEAGUE
Cincinnati 10, L.A. Dodgers 6
Washington at Philadelphia, ppd.
Miami at N.Y. Mets, ppd.
Milwaukee 3, Chicago Cubs 2
St. Louis 8, Pittsburgh 7
Colorado 13, Arizona 2
Atlanta 4, San Francisco 1

 

 

TUESDAY RESULTS – September 11

(cross country)

(G/B) Storm Lake Invitational   

VARSITY GIRLS TEAM STANDINGS:  1. Harlan (55)  ..  2. Spencer (60)  ..  3. Le Mars (76)  ..  4. M-O-C/Floyd Valley (119)  ..  5. Humboldt (154) (14 teams).  Individual champion:  Bryce Gidel of Humboldt (19:19.30).  Le Mars results:  8. Chloe Calhoun (20:42.73), 9. Sara Albrecht (20:45.55), 10. Maddie Hurt (20:57.59), 14. Sarah Meis (21:20.92), 35. Paige Washburn (22:54.13), 38. Katie Cunningham (23:07.95), & 42. Caroline Meis (23:23.13).  J.V. results:  1. Harlan ..  2. Le Mars.  Le Mars top 15 finishers:  8. Hailey Plueger & 13. Lilly McNaughton.  Le Mars MS results:  1. Le Mars.  Le Mars top 10 finishers:  2. Rebecca Hulinsky, 3. Kylee Britt & 8. Abigail Tilberg.

VARSITY BOYS TEAM STANDINGS:  1. Humboldt (67)  ..  2. Le Mars (75)  ..  3. M-O-C/Floyd Valley (98)  ..  4. Unity Christian (117)  ..  5. Spirit Lake (156) (14 teams).  Individual champion:  Trey Engen of Algona (16:35.80).  Le Mars results:  4. Landen Parmalee (17:01.74), 13. Ethan Hulinsky (18:08.91), 16. Jason Sudtelgte (18:16.14), 20. Blake Dirksen (18:29.91), 22. Zach Wingert (18:36.17), 27. Cael Kass (18:54.45), & 37. Jackson Sudtelgte (19:14.16).  J.V. results:  1. Le Mars.  Le Mars top 15 finishers:  1. Joey DeBoer (19:07.24), 2. Kyle Herbst, 3. Luke Feuerhelm, 4. Scott Ferguson, 5. Jacob O’Dwyer, & 10. Kaden Wingert.  Le Mars MS results:  1. M-O-C/Floyd Valley  ..  2. Le Mars.  Le Mars Top 10 finishers:  5. Juan Sanchez & 9. Michael Meis.

 

(G/B) Woodbury Central Invitational

GIRLS VARSITY TEAM STANDING:  1. Sioux City East (30)  ..  2. Woodbury Central/Kingsley-Pierson (36)  (9 teams).  Individual champion:  Kaia Downs of S.C. East (19:42.16).  WC/KP results:  3. Erica Kuntz (21:34.24), 4. Sarahy Hamman (21:52.29), 7. Mary Putze (22:20.44), 13. Kayln Cameron (22:53.07), 19. Makayla Archer (23:26.92), & 20. Lynsey Countryman (23:37.50).  Gehlen Catholic results:  26. Addison Weber (24:02.47), 28. Hannah Zubrod (24:12.56), 37. Patricia Sitzmann (25:48.30), & 53. Melinda Zubrod (28:02.77).   MMCRU results:   14. Kaitlyn Goth (23:00.35).  Hinton results:  43. Lizzy Kennedy (26:31.52).  J.V. results:  1. Sioux City East  ..  3. Woodbury Central/Kingsley-Pierson.  WC/KP top 10 finishes:  3. Gracia Widman & 5. Skylar Hannah.

BOYS VARSITY TEAM STANDINGS:  1. Sergeant Bluff-Luton (34)  ..  2. Sioux City North (41)  ..  3. Sioux City East (109)  ..  4. Gehlen Catholic (132)  ..  5. Siouxland Christian (133)  ..  7. Hinton (177)  (10 teams).  Gehlen Catholic results:  1. Will Roder (17:10.16), 19. Jeff Augustine (19:02.50), 28. Carver Ruhland (19:57.06), 44. Justin Schmit (22:01.47), 60. Trevor Oloff (23:46.58), & 61. Brian Schmit (23:49.81).  Hinton results:  15. Dylan DeMoss (18:43.96), 36. Travis Miller (20:57.49), 37. Aiden Christiansen (21:06.40), 49. Micah Kaiser (22:32.07), & 70. Carson Turner (24:49.76).  WC/KP results:  26. Tristan Jessen (19:40.55), 68. Braden Coulter (24:31.74), & 73. Collin Verschoor (25:03.75).  MMCRU results:  33. Brett Staab (20:38.99), 42. Preston Astidias (21:52.96), 46. Colin Pick (22:18.59), & 52. Gunnar Grage (22:36.15).  J.V. results:  12. Steven Kreigg of Hinton, 40. Gavin Nelson of Hinton, 42. Brayden Dirks of MMCRU, 57. Hendrick Garmann of MMCRU, & 64. Anthony Vera of Gehlen Catholic.

 (volleyball)

(#2-1A)Gehlen Catholic (10-2/4-0) def. Harris-Lake Park 3-0  (25-10, 25-7, 25-16).  Statistical leaders:  KILLS– Katelyn Langel 10, Katie Peters & Aubrie Nilles had 8 each & Sydney Livermore 6.  ASSISTS– Sydney Livermore 21 & Anna Britt 15.  BLOCKS– Katie Peters & Katelyn Langel had 2 each.  DIGS– Katie Peters & Chloe Bunkers had 8 each and Sydney Livermore & Anna Britt had 6 each.  SERVING– Brooklyn Heissel 22-24/5 aces, Anna Britt (19-20/3 aces) & Sydney Livermore (9-10/2 aces).

Le Mars (4-5/1-0) def. Storm Lake 3-0  (25-17, 25-21, 25-21).  Statistical leaders:  KILLS– Jecenta Sargisson & Maddi Pippett had 8 each & Karlee Schiff 7.  ASSISTS– Brooke Haage 14 & Kady Leusink 13.  BLOCKS– Maddi Pippett 5 & Kylie Dreckman 4.  DIGS– Haylee Cooper & Jecenta Sargisson had 14 each.  SERVING– Jecenta Sargisson 19-21/4 aces, Brooke Haage 11-11/1 ace, Maddi Pippett 9-9/1 ace, & Kady Leusink 8-9/1 ace.  NOTE:  Le Mars played without top hitter Pypr Stoeffler due to an injury.

(major league baseball)

INTERLEAGUE
San Diego 2, Seattle 1

AMERICAN LEAGUE
Houston 5, Detroit 4
Oakland 3 Baltimore 2
Cleveland 2 Tampa Bay 0
Boston 7, Toronto 2
Minnesota 10, N.Y. Yankees 5
Kansas City 6, Chicago White Sox 3
L.A. Angels 1, Texas 0

NATIONAL LEAGUE
(game 1) Washington 3, Philadelphia 1
(game 2) Washington 7, Philadelphia 6, 10 innings
Cincinnati 3, L.A. Dodgers 1
Miami 5, N.Y. Mets 3
Chicago Cubs 3, Milwaukee 0
St. Louis 11, Pittsburgh 5
Arizona 6, Colorado 3
Atlanta 4, San Francisco 1

 

 

WEDNESDAY RESULTS – September 12

(major league baseball)

INTERLEAGUE
San Diego 5, Seattle 4

AMERICAN LEAGUE
Houston 5, Detroit 4
Tampa Bay 3, Cleveland 1
Oakland 10, Baltimore 0
Boston 1, Toronto 0
Minnesota 3, N.Y. Yankees 1
Chicago White Sox 4, Kansas City 2, 12 innings
L.A. Angels 8, Texas 1

NATIONAL LEAGUE
L.A. Dodgers 8, Cincinnati 1
Pittsburgh 4, St. Louis 3
Atlanta 2, San Francisco 1
(game 1) N.Y. Mets 13, Miami 0
(game 2) Miami at N.Y. Mets, ppd.
Washington 5, Philadelphia 1
Milwaukee 5, Chicago Cubs 1
Colorado 5, Arizona 4

 

 

THURSDAY RESULTS – September 13

(high school football)

Le Mars (3-1) 44, Sioux City North 36

SIOUX CITY — Eric Spieler’s interception at the goal line with 1:01 to play turned back a late scoring threat by Sioux City North and the Le Mars Bulldogs held on for a 44-36 win at Elwood Olson Stadium Thursday night.  The game was the final non-district game for both schools before district play begins next Friday.  The game featured five lead changes and 896 yards of offense.  North rolled up 543 yards of total offense but 11 penalties for 89 yards stymied their chances to win and the Stars suffered their third straight loss to fall to 1-and-3.  Ben Wadle 25-yard TD-pass catch was his second of the night from Tate Westhoff and it put the Dogs in front to stay at 37-33 with 9:24 to play in the game.  After Merlin Soller’s 43-yard field goal closed the gap to 37-36 with 7:12 left, Le Mars put together a 10-play, 66-yard drive that Josh Williams capped with a 15 yard touchdown run with 3:54 remaining.  North drove down into the red zone as time was running out but a slant pass attempt to Devonta Cobbs went to Spieler instead to end the last hopes for North.  Aisea Toki caught a 48-yard TD-pass from Tate Westhoff and Jakob Bixenman ran for a pair of touchdowns on sprints of 18 and 23 yards.  Cobbs caught three TD-passes for North of 88, 84 and 16 yards and finished with ten catches for 305 yards.  Trenton Frerichs was on the receiving end of an 13 yard TD strike for the Stars.  Wadle added a field goal for the Bulldogs, who improve to 3-and-1 with their third straight victory.  Le Mars celebrates homecoming next Friday night with their district opener against Storm Lake.

(N-F-L football)

Cincinnati 34, Baltimore 23

CINCINNATI (AP) — A.J. Green and the Cincinnati Bengals are 2-0 after beating a division rival.  Green grabbed three touchdown passes in the first half while the Bengals were building an early 21-point lead in a 34-23 victory over the visiting Baltimore Ravens. He set the tone with scoring receptions of four, 28 and seven yards on consecutive possessions.  Andy Dalton threw all four of his scoring strikes in the first half and finished 24 of 42 for 265 yards. It was his fifth career game with at least four touchdown passes.

(major league baseball)

AMERICAN LEAGUE
Baltimore 5, Oakland 3
Boston 4, Toronto 3
Kansas City 6, Minnesota 4
Seattle 8, L.A. Angels 2

NATIONAL LEAGUE
Colorado 10, Arizona 3
Chicago Cubs 4, Washington 3, 10 innings
(game 1) N.Y. Mets 4, Miami 3
(game 2) N.Y. Mets 5, Miami 2
L.A. Dodgers 9, St. Louis 7

 

 

FRIDAY RESULTS – September 14

(high school football)

LE MARS — The No. 5-rated (1A) West Sioux Falcons scored on their first six possessions Friday night to build a 41-0 lead by halftime and went on to rout Gehlen Catholic 61-0 in the final tune-up before district football starts next week for both schools.  Hunter Dekkers threw three touchdown passes each to Chase Koopmans and Kade Lynott.  Koopmans caught his three TD-passes in the first quarter as West Sioux built a 34-0 lead.  Lynott caught two passes in the first quarter and added another in the second period.  The Falcon regulars retired by mid-third quarter.  Victor Hernandez returned a blocked punt 20 yards for a third quarter touchdown and Cory Van Ordt and Antwon Mora added TD’s for the reserves.  West Sioux had a 420-69 yardage advantage on Gehlen.  The Jays fall to 0-and-4 heading into their district opener next Friday at MMCRU.  West Sioux improves to 3-and-1.

(#5-1A)West Sioux 61, Gehlen Catholic (0-4) 0

Akron-Westfield 42, West Monona 6
(#7-A)Hinton 31, Logan-Magnolia 14
MMCRU at Okoboji, ppd. to Monday
Sioux Central 31, South O’Brien 6
Hartley-Melvin-Sanborn 36, Unity Christian 35
Woodbury Central 36, Maple Valley/Anthon-Oto 6
Lawton-Bronson 35, Ridge View 6
Westwood 43, Missouri Valley 34
Tri-Center 14, A-C-G-C 6
(#10-1A)West Lyon 39, M-O-C/Floyd Valley 0
Central Lyon/George-Little Rock 28, Western Christian 6
Sibley-Ocheyedan 7, Graettinger-Terril/Ruthven-Ayrshire 6
Emmetsburg 50, Cherokee Washington 32
Sheldon 45, Estherville/Lincoln Central 35
(#3-2A)Spirit Lake 58, Sioux Center 13
(#9-3A)Sergeant Bluff-Luton 35, (#1-2A)Boyden-Hull/Rock Valley 21
(#5-3A)Bishop Heelan 37, Sioux City West 20
Spencer 24, Humboldt 12
(#10-2A)OA-BCIG 32, Storm Lake 22
Denison-Schleswig 40, Carroll Kuemper 32
Sioux City East 49, Council Bluffs A-L 0

8-MAN – District 1
Remsen St. Mary’s 53, River Valley 14
(#4)Newell-Fonda 27, Kingsley-Pierson 26
(#5)Ar-We-Va 39 Harris-Lake Park 6
West Bend-Mallard 72, Clay Central-Everly 0

(major league baseball)

INTERLEAGUE
N.Y. Mets 8, Boston 0
Arizona 4, Houston 2
Texas 4, San Diego 0

AMERICAN LEAGUE
Chicago White Sox 8, Baltimore 6
N.Y. Yankees 11, Toronto 0
Detroit 5, Cleveland 4
Oakland 2, Tampa Bay 1, 10 innings
Kansas City 8, Minnesota 4
Seattle 5, L.A. Angels 0

NATIONAL LEAGUE
Philadelphia 14, Miami 2
Atlanta 10, Washington 5
Chicago Cubs 3, Cincinnati 2
Milwaukee 7, Pittsburgh 4
L.A. Dodgers 3, St. Louis 0
San Francisco 2, Colorado 0

 

 

SATURDAY RESULTS – September 15

(college football)

Morningside 66, Dakota Wesleyan 13
Briar Cliff 26, Hastings 14
Northwestern 49, Midland Lutheran 20
Doane 24, Dordt 21
Wartburg 63, Buena Vista 0

(5) Oklahoma 37, Iowa State 27
Iowa 38, U-N-I 14
Troy 24, Nebraska 19

AMES, Iowa (AP) — Kyler Murray threw for 348 yards and three touchdowns and No. 5 Oklahoma held off Iowa State 37-27 on Saturday in the Big 12 opener for both teams.  Iowa State didn’t make it easy for the Sooners, rallying from a 14-point deficit to make it 34-27 late in the third quarter. But the Sooners killed nearly eight minutes on a drive that ended with a 42-yard field goal 2:51 left, and then an interception with 1:11 to go sealed it.  Backup quarterback Zeb Noland threw for a career-high 360 yards and a pair of long touchdown passes for the Cyclones, who were without starting quarterback Kyle Kempt due to a knee injury.

IOWA CITY (AP) — Iowa dominated Northern Iowa on Saturday night at Kinnick Stadium, winning 38-14 to go to 3-0 heading into their Big 10 opener next Saturday against Wisconsin.  The Hawkeyes defense held the Panthers (0-2) to six yards rushing and 228 total yards.  Nate Stanley threw for 309 yards and two touchdowns on 23-of-28 passing for Iowa. Nick Easley had 10 catches for 103 yards and one touchdown and Mekhi Sargent ran for two touchdowns for the Hawkeyes.

LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) — Troy took the money and won — again.  The Trojans of the Sun Belt Conference stunned Nebraska 24-19 on Saturday, denying Scott Frost his first win as the Cornhuskers’ coach, and earned a $1.15 million guarantee in the process.  A year ago, the Trojans beat then-No. 25 LSU on the road.  For Nebraska (0-2), the frustrating start to the Frost era continued. The Huskers (0-2) have lost their first two games for the first time since 1957 and have dropped six straight home games since beating Rutgers Sept. 23, 2017.

Top 25 results:
(1) Alabama 62, Mississippi 7
(2) Clemson 38, Georgia Southern 7
(3) Georgia 49, Middle Tennessee 7
(4) Ohio State 40, (15) T-C-U 28
B-Y-U 24, (5) Wisconsin 21
(12) L-S-U 22, (7) Auburn 21
(8) Notre Dame 22, Vanderbilt 17
(9) Stanford 30, U-C Davis 10
(10) Washington 21, Utah 7
(11) Penn State 63, Kent State 10
East Carolina at (13) Virginia Tech – cancelled
(14) West Virginia at North Carolina State – cancelled
(16) Mississippi State 56, Louisiana 10
(24) Oklahoma State 44, (17) Boise State 21
(18) U-C-F at North Carolina – cancelled
(19) Michigan 45, S-M-U 20
(20) Oregon 35, San Jose State 22
(21) Miami 49, Toledo 24
Texas 37, (22) U-S-C 14
San Diego State 28, (23) Arizona State 21

(major league baseball)

INTERLEAGUE
Boston 5, N.Y. Mets 3
Houston 10, Arizona 4
Texas 6, San Diego 3

AMERICAN LEAGUE
Toronto 8, N.Y. Yankees 7
Cleveland 15, Detroit 0
Tampa Bay 7, Oakland 5
Chicago White Sox 2, Baltimore 0
Kansas City 10, Minnesota 3
Seattle 6, L.A. Angels 5

NATIONAL LEAGUE
Washington 7, Atlanta 1
L.A. Dodgers 17, St. Louis 4
Chicago Cubs 1, Cincinnati 0
Philadelphia 5, Miami 4
Pittsburgh 3, Milwaukee 1
San Francisco 3, Colorado 0

 

 

SUNDAY RESULTS – September 16

(volleyball)

C-Y-O Tournament at Le Mars — (#1-3A)Kuemper Catholic won the championship.  Gehlen went 4-and-1 to improve to 14-and-3 for the season.

(#2-1A)Gehlen Catholic def. Storm Lake St. Mary’s (21-9, 21-14).  Statistical leaders:  KILLS: Katelyn Langel 6 & Katie Peters 5.  ASSISTS:  Anna Britt 8 &Sydney Livermore 6.  BLOCKS:  Katelyn Langel, Sydney Livermore, & Rachel Langel had 1 each.  DIGS:  Chloe Bunkers 5.  SERVING:  Anna Britt (8-9 / 4 aces) & Brooklyn Heissel (9-10 / 1 ace).

(#1-3A)Kuemper Catholic def. (#2-1A)Gehlen Catholic  (21-15, 21-8).  KILLS:  Brooklyn Heissel 5, and Katelyn Langel & Katie Peters had 4 each.  ASSISTS:  Anna Britt 9 & Sydney Livermore 5.  BLOCKS:  Katelyn Langel 2.  DIGS:  Sydney Livermore 4.  SERVING:  Anna Britt (7-7 / 0 aces).
(#2-1A)Gehlen Catholic def. (#14-1A)Bishop Garrigan (21-15, 21-8).   KILLS:  Katie Peters 5 and Katelyn Langel & Kate Hill had 2 each.  ASSISTS:  Anna Britt 7.  BLOCKS:  Katie Peters, Katelyn Langel, Rachel Langel & Syd Livermore had 2 each.  DIGS:  Brooklyn Heissel & Chloe Bunkers had 2 each.  SERVING:  Brooklyn Heissel (12-13 / 6 aces), Anna Britt (7-8 / 3 aces), & Sydney Livermore (7-7 / 2 aces).
(#2-1A)Gehlen def. (#9-4A)Bishop Heelan (21-16, 21-19).  KILLS:  Katie Peters 7, Katelyn Langel 5 & Sydney Livermore 4.  ASSISTS:  Sydney Livermore & Anna Britt had 9 each.  BLOCKS:  Katelyn Langel 2 and Rachel Langel & Sydney Livermore had 1 each.  DIGS:  Sydney Livermore & Katie Peters had 6 each and Chloe Bunkers 4.  SERVING:  Chloe Bunkers (7-8 / 0 aces) & Katie Peters (7-7 / 0 aces).  NOTE:  first win over Bishop Heelan in 13 years.
(#2-1A)Gehlen def. Ft. Dodge St. Edmond’s (21-7, 21-8).  KILLS:  Katie Peters 8 & Brooklyn Heissel 4.  ASSISTS:  Anna Britt 11 & Sydney Livermore 7.  BLOCKS:  Katie Peters & Rachel Langel had 1 each.  DIGS:  Chloe Bunkers 5 & Sydney Livermore 4.  SERVING:  Anna Britt  (11-12 / 2 aces),  Katelyn Langel (8-8 / 1 ace), & Brooklyn Heissel (7-8 / 1 ace).

(N-F-L football)

At;anta 31, Carolina 24
L.A. Chargers 31, Buffalo 20
Minnesota 29, Green Bay 29, OT-tie
New Orleans 21, Cleveland 18
Miami 20, N.Y. Jets 12
Kansas City 42, Pittsburgh 37
Tampa Bay 27, Philadelphia 21
Tennessee 20, Houston 17
Indianapolis 21, Washington 9
L.A. Rams 34, Arizona 0
San Francisco 30, Detroit 27
Denver 20, Oakland 19
Jacksonville 31, New England 20
Dallas 20, N.Y. Giants 13

(major league baseball)

INTERLEAGUE
Boston 4, N.Y. Mets 3
Houston 5, Arizona 4
San Diego 7, Texas 3

AMERICAN LEAGUE
Baltimore 8, Chicago White Sox 4
Toronto 3, N.Y. Yankees 2
Detroit 6, Cleveland 4
Tampa Bay 5, Oakland 4
Minnesota 9, Kansas City 6
L.A. Angels 4, Seattle 3

NATIONAL LEAGUE
Miami 6, Philadelphia 4
Washington 6, Atlanta 4
Cincinnati 2, Chicago Cubs 1
Pittsburgh 3, Milwaukee 2
Colorado 3, San Francisco 2
St. Louis 5, L.A. Dodgers 0