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KLEM Local Schedule (week of October 8)

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MONDAY RESULTS – October 8

(cross country)

(G/B) Lakes Conference meet at Spirit Lake

(girls results)  TEAM STANDINGS:  1st-Le Mars (34)  ..  2nd-Spencer (39)  ..  3rd-Spirit Lake (71)  ..  4th-Cherokee (98)  ..  5th-Estherville/Lincoln Central (128)  ..  6th-Western Christian (154)  ..  7th-Storm Lake (212).  Individual champion:  Kourtney Delperdang of Spirit Lake (18:54.79).  Le Mars results:  3. Chloe Calhoun (19:44.65), 4. Kara Albrecht (19:49.66), 5. Maddie Hurt (20:00.71), 8. Sarah Meis (20:19.95), 14. Caroline Meis (21:05.14), 16. Paige Washburn (21:41.85), & 17. Katie Cunningham (21:42.46).  J.V. results:  Le Mars finished 1st with Emily Chamberlain finishing 1st in a time of 22:04.19.  Hailey Plueger was 3rd, Joan Meis 4th, Lilly McNaughton 5th, Payton McShane 6th and Hanna Francksen-Small 10th.

(boys results)  TEAM STANDINGS:  1st-Le Mars (26)  ..  2nd-Storm Lake (77)  ..  3rd-Spencer (81)  ..  4th-Spirit Lake (82)  ..  5th-Western Christian (90)  ..  6th-Cherokee (181).  Le Mars results:  1. Landen Parmelee (16:27.52), 2. Jason Sudtelgte (16:38.15), 6. Jackson Sudtelgte (17:01.65), 9. Zach Wingert (17:11.97), 11. Ethan Hulinsky (17:18.73), 15. Blake Dirksen (17:26.71), & 16. Cael Kass (17:40.45).  J.V. results:  Le Mars finished 1st with Joey DeBoer finishing 1st in a time of 18:00.47.  Jacob O’Dwyer was 3rd, Scott Ferguson 4th, Kyle Herbst 5th, Luke Feuerhelm 7th, Luke Skov 8th & Collin Boehmer 9th.

(photo contributed by Julie Hurt)

NOTE:  It’s believed to be the first time both the girls and boys teams won Lakes Conference titles in the same season.  The girls last won the Lakes cross country championship in 2011.

 

(G/B) Gehlen Catholic at the War Eagle Conference meet at Marcus – POSTPONED TO FRIDAY, October 12

(major league baseball playoffs)

AL DIVISIONAL SERIES (best-of-five)
Boston 16, N.Y. Yankees 1 (Red Sox lead series 2-1)
Houston 11, Cleveland 3 (Astros win series 3-0)

NL DIVISIONAL SERIES (best of five)
L.A. Dodgers 6, Atlanta 2 (Dodgers win series 3-1)

NEW YORK (AP) – Brock Holt became the first player to hit for the cycle in a postseason game as he went 4-for-6 with five RBIs and three runs scored in the Boston Red Sox’s 16-1 drubbing of the New York Yankees. Andrew Benintendi added a three-run double and Holt hit a two-run triple while the Red Sox exploded for seven runs in the fourth to take a 10-0 lead. Nathan Eovaldi  allowed one run over seven innings for the Red Sox, who lead the American League Division Series 2-1 and can wrap it up tonight in the Bronx.

CLEVELAND (AP) – The Houston Astros have advanced to the American League Championship Series by scoring 10 runs over their final three at-bats in a 11-3 drubbing of Cleveland. George Springer homered twice, Carlos Correa slammed a three-run homer and Marwin Gonzalez furnished the tiebreaking, two-run double. Francisco Lindor homered for the Indians, who batted just .144 in the series and suffered their first postseason sweep since the 1954 Fall Classic against the Giants.

ATLANTA (AP) – Manny Machado drove in four runs and pinch-hitter David Freese delivered a go-ahead, two-run single as the Los Angeles Dodgers beat Atlanta, 6-2 to wrap up the National League Division Series in four games. Machado gave the Dodgers breathing room with a three-run homer in the seventh, one inning after Freese erased the Braves’ 2-1 lead. Winning pitcher Ryan Madson worked out of a bases-loaded situation in the fifth to keep Los Angeles within one run.

(N-F-L football)

New Orleans 43, Washington 19

NEW ORLEANS (AP) – Drew Brees became the NFL’s all-time leader in passing yards and threw for three touchdowns as the New Orleans Saints whipped the Washington Redskins, 43-19. Brees topped Peyton Manning’s mark with a 62-yard scoring strike to rookie Tre’Quan Smith. The 39-year-old Brees completed 26 of his 29 passes, threw for 363 yards and moved within one TD toss of becoming the fourth player to throw 500 in his career.

(N-H-L hockey)

N.Y. Islanders 4, San Jose 0
Boston 6, Ottawa 3
Buffalo 4, Vegas 2
Anaheim 3, Detroit 2, SO

 

 

TUESDAY RESULTS – October 9

(volleyball)

(#5-2A)Unity Christian def. (#2-1A)Gehlen Catholic (22-4/8-1) 3-0  (28-26, 25-21, 25-16).  Lady Jays statistical leaders:  KILLS– Katie Peters 9, Sydney Livermore 7 & Katelyn Langel 6.  ASSISTS– Anna Britt 17 & Sydney Livermore 13.  BLOCKS– Katie Peters 4 and Sydney Livermore & Katelyn Langel had 2 each.  DIGS– Chloe Bunkers 13.  SERVING– Chloe Bunkers (12-15 / 2 aces), Anna Britt (14-14 / 0 aces) and Katie Peters (9-9 / 1 ace).

Le Mars (8-21/3-3) def. Estherville/Lincoln Central 3-1  (19-25, 25-14, 25-20, 25-19).  Lady Bulldog statistical leaders:  KILLS– Jecenta Sargisson 19, Pypr Stoeffler 16, & Maddi Pippett 10.  ASSISTS– Brooke Haage 44.  BLOCKS– Kylie Dreckman 2.  DIGS– Haylee Cooper 29, Jecenta Sargisson 13, Pypr Stoeffler 11, & Kady Leusink 10.  SERVING– Maddi Pippett (14-17 / 6 aces), Jecenta Sargisson (14-16 / 3 aces), Kady Leusink (12-12 / 2 aces) & Haylee Cooper (13-13 / 1 ace).

(major league baseball playoffs)

AL DIVISIONAL SERIES (best-of-five) (if necessary)
Boston 4, N.Y. Yankees 3 (Red Sox win series, 3-1)

NEW YORK (AP) – The Boston Red Sox have won their American League Division Series by building a 4-0 lead before holding off the New York Yankees, 4-3 in Game 4. Ian Kinsler hit an RBI double and scored on a single by Eduardo Nunez during the Red Sox’s three-run third against losing pitcher CC Sabathia.  Rick Porcello allowed one run over five innings, but Craig Kimbrel made it interesting by allowing two runs in the ninth before closing out the series.

(N-H-L hockey)

Carolina 5, Vancouver 3
San Jose 8, Philadelphia 2
Columbus 5, Colorado 2
Calgary 3, Nashville 0
Winnipeg 2, Los Angeles 1
Toronto 7, Dallas 4

 

 

WEDNESDAY RESULTS – October 10

(N-H-L hockey)

Philadelphia 7, Ottawa 4
Washington 5, Vegas 2
Arizona 3, Anaheim 2, SO

 

 

THURSDAY RESULTS – October 11

(volleyball)

(#2-1A)Gehlen Catholic (23-4/9-1) def. West Sioux 3-0  (25-11, 25-13, 25-12).  Statistical  leaders:  KILLS–Sydney Livermore 10, Katie Peters & Katelyn Langel 8 each and Brooklyn Heissel 7.  ASSISTS– Sydney Livermore 15 & Anna Britt 9.  BLOCKS– Katelyn Langel 6, Rachel Langel 5 & Katie Peters 4.  DIGS– Sydney Livermore 10, Katie Peters 8 & Anna Britt 7.  SERVING– Sydney Livermore (18-18 / 5 aces), Katie Peters (16-16 / 2 aces) & Brooklyn Heissel (10-11 / 1 ace).

(#2-1A)Gehlen Catholic (24-4/10-1) def. Hinton 3-1  (25-15, 21-25, 25-19, 25-14).  Statistical leaders:  KILLS– Katie Peters 28, Sydney Livermore 10 & Aubree Nilles 7.  ASSISTS– Sydney Livermore 25 & Anna Britt 19.  BLOCKS– Katie Peters 7 and Rachel Langel & Aubree Nilles had 2 each.  DIGS– Katie Peters 21, Chloe Bunkers 16 & Sydney Livermore 15.  SERVING– Sydney Livermore (23-24 / 4 aces), Anna Britt (16-17 / 4 aces) & Brooklyn Heissel (16-18 / 3 aces).

 

Le Mars (9-21) def. Sioux City North 2-1  (24-26, 27-25, 15-8).  Statistical leaders:  KILLS– Jecenta Sargisson 10 & Pypr Stoeffler 9.  ASSISTS– Brooke Haage 21.  BLOCKS– Maddie Pippett & Kylie Dreckman had 2 each.  DIGS– Haylee Cooper & Pypr Stoeffler had 14 each and Jecenta Sargisson 12.  SERVING– Jecenta Sargisson (12-15 / 3 aces), Brooke Haage (12-12 / 1 ace), Pypr Stoeffler (10-11 / 0 aces), Haylee Cooper (10-10 / 0 aces), Maddie Pippett (8-8 / 2 aces) & Kady Leusink (7-8 / 1 ace).

Le Mars (10-21) def. South Sioux City 2-1  (25-18, 17-25, 26-24).  Statistical leaders:  KILLS– Jecenta Sargisson 13 & Kylie Dreckman 10.  ASSISTS– Brooke Haage 29.  BLOCKS– Kady Leusink, Kylie Dreckman & Pypr Stoeffler had 1 each.  DIGS– Jecenta Sargisson 16, Haylee Cooper 12 & Pypr Stoeffler 11.  SERVING– Brooke Haage (14-15 / 0 aces), Pypr Stoeffler (13-13 / 2 aces), Jecenta Sargisson (9-10 / 2 aces), Haylee Cooper (9-10 / 1 ace), Maddie Pippett (8-10 / 2 aces) & Kady Leusink (9-9 / 1 ace).

(N-F-L football)

Philadelphia 34, N.Y. Giants 13

EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. (AP) —  Carson Wentz threw a season-high three touchdown passes and the Philadelphia Eagles got an early lift from their defense and special teams in beating the struggling New York Giants 34-13 on Thursday night, avoiding their first three-game losing streak since the 2016 season.

(N-H-L hockey)

Boston 4, Edmonton 1
New Jersey 6, Washington 0
Colorado 6, Buffalo 1
Pittsburgh 4, Vegas 2
N.Y. Rangers 3, San Jose 2, OT
Columbus 5, Florida 4
Los Angeles 3, Montreal 0
Vancouver 4, Tampa Bay 1
Toronto 5, Detroit 3
Nashville 3, Winnipeg 0
Minnesota 4, Chicago 3, OT
St. Louis 5, Calgary 3

 

 

FRIDAY RESULTS – October 12

(cross country)

(G/B)War Eagle Conference meet at Orange City

(girls results) TEAM STANDINGS:  1st-Unity Christian (19)  ..  2nd-South O’Brien (53)  ..  3rd-Hartley-Melvin-Sanborn (60)  ..  4th-Hinton (108).  Individual champion:  Mikayla Turek of Unity Christian (21:06.1).    Hinton results:  18th-Karley Havener (25:21.1), 19th-Delaney Geddes (25:29.7), 22nd-Hailey Rosebaum (27:15.8), 24th-Lauren Ebert (28:45.3), & 25th-Emma Webb (30:48.3).    MMCRU results:  2nd-Kaitlyn Goth (21:20.3).    Gehlen Catholic results:  15th-Addison Weber (23:07.1), 22nd-Hannah Zubrod (24:21.0), 24th-Patricia Sitzmann (24:28.4), & 44th-Melinda Zubrod (27:22.6).    Remsen St. Mary’s results:  39th-Maria Russell (6:14.3).

(boys results) TEAM STANDINGS:  1st-Unity Christian  (41)  ..  2nd-Trinity Christian (53)  ..  3rd-Gehlen Catholic (99)  ..  4th-South O’Brien (104)  ..  5th-Hinton (119)  ..  6th-MMCRU (142)  ..  7th-Hartley-Melvin-Sanborn (152).     Gehlen Catholic results:  1st-Will Roder (16:50.1), 6th-Jeff Augustine (18:05.8), 12th-Carver Ruhland (19:00.5), 37th-Justin Schmit (21:22.5), 43rd-Brian Schmit (23:19.4), 46th-Trevor Oloff (24:44.0), & 47th-Anthony Vera (27:47.0).    Hinton results:  9th-Dylan DeMoss (18:09.4), 19th-Steve Greigg (19:26.0), 26th-Travis Miller (20:18.6), 32nd-Aiden Christiansen (20:57.7), 33rd-Lukeus Derochie (20:59.3), 44th-Gavin Nelson (23:55.2), & 45th-Carson Turner (24:15.9).    MMCRU results:  23rd-Brett Staab (19:48.8), 25th-Gunnar Grage (20:16.3), 27th-Robert Russell (20:23.6), 31st-Zachary Schmid (20:55.7), 36th-Colin Pick (21:16.5), 38th-Preston Astidias (21:26.1), & 41st-Brayden Dirks (22:58.8).    Remsen St. Mary’s results:  31st-Brody Schorg (20:20.5).

NOTE:  Due to the weather conditions and the large number of runners expected on the Landsmeer course, Unity Christian has asked some of the teams to withdraw from the meet in order limit the potential damage to the course.  Therefore, Le Mars did not run in the Unity Christian Invitational Friday.

(high school football)

LE MARS — Spencer erupted for 27 points in the second quarter to turn a 14-6 first quarter lead into a 41-6 advantage by halftime and that would be all the scoring as the Tigers kept their playoff hopes alive with a 3A District 1 win at Le Mars Friday night.  Spencer scored on a 94-yard TD-run by Isiah Spencer on the game’s first play from scrimmage but Le Mars answered with a 90-yard TD-run by Jakob Bixenman to draw within 7-6.  But it was all Spencer after that.  Isiah Spencer scored two more touchdowns and Michael Storey returned a punt 79 yards for another score.  The Bulldogs were limited to 104 yards of offense and two first downs.  Le Mars loses for the fourth straight week to fall to 0-and-4 in the District and will take a 3-and-5 season record into their regular season finale’ at Denison-Schleswig next Friday.

HINTON — Hinton improved to 7-and-1 and 3-and-1 in Class A – District 1 play Friday night, celebrating homecoming with a 17-14 win over Gehlen Catholic.  The Jays came into the game Friday night having surrendered 33 points per game to their opponents through the first seven weeks of the season.  Jesse Ridgway scored on a three-yard run to cap an 11-play, 70-yard drive off the opening kick-off for an early 6-0 lead.  It was still 6-0 at halftime.  The Blackhawks scored on their first possession after halftime on a nine yard rin by homecoming king, Wyatt Stucky.  Ridgway’s two-point run made it 14-0.  The Jays put together one of their more impressive drives of the season late in the third quarter and Zach Kraft capped a nine play, 73-yard drive with a one yard run and then caught a two-point conversion pass from Ryan Livermore to cut Hinton’s lead to 14-8.  The Blackhawks responded with a 15-play, eight-minute drive that ended with a 30-yard Andrew Hessa field goal for a 17-8 lead with 4:50 to play.  Gehlen scored on an 83-yard punt return by Jacob Nemmers to close the gap to 17-14 with 1:56 left in the game.  The Jays were unable to recover the onside  kick and the Blackhawks ran out the clock to side-step the upset bid.  Gehlen falls to 1-and-7 for the season and 1-and-3 in district play.  The Jays close out the 2018 season next Friday at home against Hartley-Melvin-Sanborn .  Hinton plays at South O’Brien for the district title next Friday.

CLASS 3A – District 1
Spencer 41 Le Mars (3-5/0-4) 6
#5-Sergeant Bluff-Luton 49, Denison-Schleswig 14
#7-Bishop Heelan 31, Storm Lake 6

CLASS A – District 1
Hinton (7-1/3-1) 17, Gehlen Catholic (1-7/1-3) 14
Akron-Westfield (6-2/3-1) 38, South O’Brien 13
Hartley-Melvin-Sanborn 76, MMCRU (0-8/0-4) 0

CLASS A – District 10
Woodbury Central 14, Lawton-Bronson 0
Westwood 14, Tri-Center 6
West Monona 54, Logan-Magnolia 34

CLASS 1A – District 1
#5-West Sioux 36, Unity Christian 0
West Lyon 40, Sibley-Ocheyedan 6
Emmetsburg 20, Western Christian 14, OT

CLASS 2A – District 1
#2-Boyden-Hull/Rock Valley 35, M-O-C/Floyd Valley 7
Central Lyon/George-Little Rock 14, Sioux Center 7
Sheldon 33, Okoboji 14

CLASS 4A
Sioux City East 42 Des Moines Lincoln 32 (District 1)
Ankeny 62, Sioux City North 7  (District 1)
Fort Dodge 68, Sioux City West 13 (District 2)

8-MAN – District 1
Newell-Fonda 24, Remsen St. Mary’s (5-3/4-2) 22
#1-Ar-We-Va 64, Kingsley-Pierson (4-4/2-4) 42
Harris-Lake Park 59, Clay Central-Everly 6
West Bend-Mallard 56, River Valley 14

(college football)

(23) South Florida 25, Tulsa 24

TULSA, Okla. (AP) — Coby Weiss made a 22-yard field goal with 2 seconds left and No. 23 South Florida scored 15 points in the final 7:10 to beat Tulsa 25-24 on Friday night.

(major league baseball playoffs)

Milwaukee 6, L.A. Dodgers 5 (Brewers lead NLCS, 1-0)

MILWAUKEE (AP) – Lorenzo Cain had three hits and the Milwaukee Brewers homered twice while taking a 6-1 lead in a 6-5 win over the Los Angeles Dodgers in Game 1 of the National League Championship Series. Winning pitcher Brandon Woodruff worked two perfect innings became the third reliever in major league history to homer in a postseason game, tying the score 1-1 after Manny Machado went deep for the Dodgers. Jesus Aguilar also homered and Domingo Santana delivered a two-run single that chased losing pitcher Clayton Kershaw.

(N-H-L hockey)

no games scheduled

 

 

SATURDAY RESULTS – October 13

BATON ROUGE, LA. (AP) — Jim Taylor, the ferocious Hall of Fame fullback who embodied the Green Bay Packers’ unstoppable ground game during the Vince Lombardi era and helped the team win four NFL titles and the first Super Bowl, died Saturday. He was 83.  He died unexpectedly at a hospital in his hometown of Baton Rouge, Louisiana, the team said.  Taylor played on the great Packer teams and was the league’s MVP in 1962. He scored the first rushing touchdown in Super Bowl history.  Taylor was voted into the Hall in 1976.  Taylor spent 10 seasons in the NFL after being drafted in the second round out of LSU in 1958. He joined a backfield that featured Paul Hornung and began to thrive when Lombardi took over in 1959.  Lombardi devised the Packers’ “Sweep,” which featured pulling guards Jerry Kramer and Fuzzy Thurston clearing the path for Taylor or Hornung running around the end. The 6-foot, 216-pound Taylor best fulfilled the play’s punishing effectiveness, a workhorse always charging forward, dragging would-be tacklers along.

(volleyball)

Bishop Heelan Invitational — Le Mars went 1-and-4 and finished the regular season with a 11-and-25 record.

Le Mars results:  lost 21-12, 17-21, 15-9 to Sioux Center  ..  won 17-21, 21-10, 15-11 over Sioux City North  ..  lost 9-21, 18-21 to (#3-2A)Western Christian  ..  lost 14-21, 11-21 to (#11-4A) Bishop Heelan  ..  lost 12-21, 15-21 to Sioux Falls O’Gorman.  Statistical leaders:  KILLS– Pypr Stoeffler 32, Jecenta Sargisson 21, & Maddie Pippett 18.  ASSISTS– Brooke Haage 76.  BLOCKS– Kylie Dreckman 4.  DIGS– Haylee Cooper 54, Jecenta Sargisson 27 & Pypr Stoeffler 23.  SERVING– Brooke Haage (35-37 / 1 ace), Pypr Stoeffler (34-35 / 4 aces), Haylee Cooper (35-35 / 1 ace), & Jecenta Sargisson (25-27 / 0 ace).

(major league baseball playoffs)

L.A. Dodgers 4, Milwaukee 3 (N-L-C-S tied, 1-1)

Houston 7, Boston 2 (Astros lead A-L-C-S, 1-0)

UNDATED (AP) — The Houston Astros and Los Angeles Dodgers won Saturday’s major league championship series games. Carlos Correa singled home the tiebreaking run in the sixth inning before Josh Reddick and Yuli Gurriel homered in a four-run ninth that sent the Astros past Boston, 7-2. Justin Turner belted a go-ahead, two-run homer off Jeremy Jeffress in the eighth inning to send the Dodgers past the Brewers, 4-3 at Milwaukee.

(college football)

Morningside 69, Doane 7 (homecoming)
Briar Cliff 23, Concordia 14
Dordt 50, Dakota Wesleyan 23
Northwestern was idle
Luther 41, Buena Vista 26

Iowa 30, (6) West Virginia 14
Iowa 42, Indiana 16
Northwestern 34, Nebraska 31, OT
U-N-I 42, U-S-D 28

AMES (AP) — Freshman Brock Purdy threw for 254 yards and three TDs to help Iowa State pull off a 30-14 stunner against sixth-ranked West Virginia. David Montgomery had a career-high 189 yards rushing for the Cyclones, who entered the game 2-3 before beating a Top 25 team for the fifth time in seven tries.  Iowa State surrendered just 152 total yards during the game and scored 20 straight points after spotting West Virginia an early touchdown off a turnover.

BLOOMINGTON, Ind. (AP) — Nate Stanley threw for 320 yards and a season-high six touchdowns, and the Iowa Hawkeyes beat the Indiana Hoosiers 42-16 in Big Ten action on Saturday.  Stanley connected with nine different wide receivers, completing 21 of 33 throws in a game where he was only sacked once.

EVANSTON, Ill. (AP) — Clayton Thorson threw for 455 yards and three touchdowns, and Drew Luckenbaugh kicked a 37-yard field goal in overtime to give Northwestern a 34-31 victory over winless Nebraska on Saturday afternoon.  Nebraska (0-6, 0-4 Big Ten) blew a 10-point lead in the final 5:41 in regulation and fell to 0-6 for the first time ever.

Top 25 games:
(1) Alabama 39, Missouri 10
(13) L-S-U 36, (2) Georgia 16
(3) Ohio State 30, Minnesota 14
(5) Notre Dame 19, Pittsburgh 14
(17) Oregon 30, (7) Washington 27
Michigan State 27, (8) Penn State 17
(9) Texas 23, Baylor 17
(10) U-C-F 31, Memphis 30
(12) Michigan 38, (15) Wisconsin 13
(14) Florida 37, Vanderbilt 27
Virginia 19, (16) Miami 13
U-S-C 31, (19) Colorado 20
Tennessee 30, (21) Auburn 24
(22) Texas A&M 26, South Carolina 23

(N-H-L hockey)

Vegas 1, Philadelphia 0
Edmonton 2, N.Y. Rangers 1
Ottawa 5, Los Angeles 1
Boston 8, Detroit 2
Carolina 5, Minnesota 4, OT
Toronto 4, Washington 2
Tampa Bay 8, Columbus 2
Vancouver 3, Florida 2
Montreal 4, Pittsburgh 3, SO
Nashville 5, N.Y. Islanders 2
Dallas 5, Anaheim 3
Chicago 4, St. Louis 3, OT
Buffalo 3, Arizona 0
Calgary 3, Colorado 2, OT

SUNDAY RESULTS – October 14

(major league baseball playoffs)

Boston 7, Houston 5 (A-L-C-S tied, 1-1)

BOSTON (AP) — David Price was good enough, the Red Sox bullpen was even better, and Jackie Bradley Jr. delivered a go-ahead, three-run double off the Green Monster on Sunday night to lead Boston to a 7-5 victory over the Houston Astros and tie the AL Championship Series at one game apiece.  Red Sox closer Craig Kimbrel gave up an RBI single to Jose Altuve with two outs in the ninth before Alex Bregman hit a flyball that was caught on the warning track in left field to end it, handing Houston its first loss in five playoff games this year.

(N-F-L football)

Seattle 27, Oakland 3
Houston 20, Buffalo 13
Washington 23, Carolina 17
Minnesota 27, Arizona 17
L.A. Chargers 38, Cleveland 14
Pittsburgh 28, Cincinnati 21
Atlanta 34, Tampa Bay 29
N.Y. Jets 42, Indianapolis 34
Miami 31, Chicago 28, OT
Dallas 40, Jacksonville 7
Baltimore 21, Tennessee 0
L.A. Rams 23, Denver 20
New England 43, Kansas City 40

(N-H-L hockey)

New Jersey 3, San Jose 2
Anaheim 3, St. Louis 2
Winnipeg 3, Carolina 1