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KLEM Local Schedule (week of November 26)

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MONDAY RESULTS – November 26

(high school basketball)

(B) Gehlen Catholic (1-0) 62, Lawton-Bronson 56, overtime

LE MARS — Caden Kneip and Jacob Nemmers scored six points each in overtime to lead Gehlen Catholic to a season-opening, 62-56 win over Lawton-Bronson Monday night at the Deb Campbell gym.  Kneip finished with 16 points to lead the Jays with Nemmers adding 15 and Zach Kraft 13.  Max Fluent led all scorers with 22 points for the Eagles, including a buzzer-beating three-pointer at the end of regulation to send the game into overtime.  The Jays rallied from a ten-point deficit after one quarter to take a 26-24 lead by halftime.  The two were tied 38-all after three quarters and 50-50 at the end of regulation.  The game featured 11 ties and 12 lead changes.  Gehlen travels to Trinity Christian Tuesday night for a girl/boy doubleheader.

(N-F-L football)

Houston 34, Tennessee 17

HOUSTON (AP) – Call it a winning tribute. The Houston Texans knocked off the Tennessee Titans 34-17 in Monday Night Football. In the first game since founder and owner Robert “Bob” McNair died on Friday, the Texans honored him by wearing decals on the back of their helmets in the shape of a football with white block letters bearing his initials of “RCM.” Deshaun Watson threw for 210 yards and two touchdowns and ran for a third.

(college basketball)

Iowa State 82, Nebraska-Omaha 55

AMES (AP) – Marial Shayok scored 18 points, freshman Tyrese Haliburton had 16 and Iowa State cruised past Nebraska-Omaha 82-55 for its third straight win. Michael Jacobson scored 13 points with 10 rebounds for his first double-double with the Cyclones (6-1), who never trailed in disposing of the Mavericks.

Top-25 games:
(1) Gonzaga 102, North Dakota State 60
Texas Southern 89, (18) Oregon 84
(25) Mississippi State 88, Alcorn State 65

(N-B-A basketball)

Washington 135, Houston 131, OT
Charlotte 110, Milwaukee 107
Minnesota 102, Cleveland 95
Boston 124, New Orleans 107
San Antonio 108, Chicago 107
Indiana 121, Utah 88
Golden State 116, Orlando 110

(N-H-L hockey)

Washington 4, N.Y. Islanders 1
N.Y. Rangers 4, Ottawa 2
Florida 4, New Jersey 3, OT
Toronto 4, Boston 2
Columbus 7, Detroit 5

 

 

TUESDAY RESULTS – November 27

(high school basketball)

ORANGE CITY — Unity Christian’s Austin Van Donge completed a 25-point night with a pair of free throws with 2.1 seconds left in overtime to secure a 62-58 victory over Le Mars Tuesday night in the season opener for both teams.  Le Mars battled back from deficits of 15 and 10 points in the second half to take a three-point lead in the final minute of regulation only to have the Knights tie it at 50-all on Micah Goslinga’s basket with 13 second to play.  A three-point bucket by Kolin Kroeze opened the overtime scoring for the Knights and they never trailed again.  Alex Irwin had 22 points for Le Mars and Spencer Mackey added 18.

The Le Mars girls improved to 2-0 with a hard-fought 42-32 win in a defensive battle at Unity Christian Tuesday.  Madison Dreckman had 15 points for the Lady Bulldogs, who survived a 1-for-13 shooting start to the night.  Jaelynn Dreckman added nine for Le Mars.  Janie Schoonhoven led Unity Christian (0-1) with 11.  Le Mars broke away from a 24-all tie midway through the third quarter, going on a 15-1 run to take a 14-point lead with 3:40 to play.

HULL — The Gehlen Catholic girls improved their record to 3-0 Tuesday night with a 56-26 victory over Trinity Christian in Hull.  The Lady Jays roared to a 30-12 halftime advantage.  Chloe Bunkers had 11 points and Addison Weber 10 to pace the Lady Jays.  Katelyn & Rachel Langel and Lauren Heying had eight each.

The Gehlen Catholic boys (2-0) shook free of Trinity Christian in the final period for a 53-47 win for their second close victory in as many nights.  The two teams were tied after three quarters.

(G) (#7-4A)LeMars (2-0) 42, Unity Christian 32
(B) Unity Christian 62, LeMars (0-1) 58, overtime

(G) (#14-1A)Gehlen Catholic (3-0) 56, Trinity Christian 26
(B) Gehlen Catholic (2-0) 53, Trinity Christian 47

(G) MMCRU 61, (#15-1A)Akron-Westfield 47
(B) Akron-Westfield 63, MMCRU 58

(G)
(B) Remsen St. Mary’s 69, Clay Central-Everly 19

(G) South O’Brien 67, Hinton 42
(B) South O’Brien 64, Hinton 44

(G) Kingsley-Pierson 89, Lawton-Bronson 63
(B) Kingsley-Pierson 50, Lawton-Bronson 48

(NAIA National Volleyball Tournament)

Park def. Morningside 3-0  (former Le Mars Lady Bulldog, Krista Zenk, had 14 kills and 15 digs for Morningside)

(college basketball)

Top-25 games:
(3) Duke 90, Indiana 69
(5) Nevada 79, Loyola of Chicago 65
Louisville 82, (9) Michigan State 78, OT
Penn State 63, (13) Virginia Tech 62
(14) Iowa 69, Pittsburgh 68
(22) Wisconsin 79, North Carolina State 75

IOWA CITY — Freshman guard Joe Wieskamp had 18 points and 11 rebounds for his first double-double, Nicholas Baer scored 14 of his 16 points in the second half and the Iowa Hawkeyes held off Pittsburgh 69-68 on Tuesday night for their third win over a power program this month.  Jordan Bohannon had 12 points and six steals for the Hawkeyes (6-0).

(college football)

UNDATED (AP) – Alabama, Clemson and Notre Dame continue to hold the top three spots in the latest C-F-P rankings, but Georgia has supplanted Michigan as the No. 4 team. The Bulldogs grabbed the final semifinal slot with a victory over Georgia Tech and the Wolverines’ blowout loss to Ohio State. Oklahoma is fifth and the Buckeyes moved up to sixth with one more ranking to go

(N-B-A basketball)

Detroit 115, New York 108
Atlanta 115, Miami 113
Toronto 122, Memphis 114
Indiana 109, Phoenix 104
Denver 117, L.A. Lakers 85

(N-H-L hockey)

Buffalo 3, San Jose 2, OT
Ottawa 4, Philadelphia 3
Anaheim 3, Tampa Bay 1
Carolina 2, Montreal 1
Pittsburgh 4, Winnipeg 3
Vegas 8, Chicago 3
Colorado 3, Nashville 2
Arizona 4, Minnesota 3
Edmonton 1, Dallas 0, OT
Los Angeles 2, Vancouver 1, OT

 

 

WEDNESDAY RESULTS – November 28

(N-A-I-A National Volleyball Tournament)

Westmont (CAL.) def. Morningside 3-2  (former Le Mars Lady Bulldog, Krista Zenk, had 16 kills and 9 digs for Morningside)

(college basketball)

(W) Coe 86, Buena Vista 56  (former Le Mars Lady Bulldogs, Jenn Schneider had 8 pts. & Holly Schneider had 2 pts. for B-V)

(M) Buena Vista 74, Coe 65  (former Le Mars Bulldogs, Jake Thompson, scored 3 pts. for B-V in his first game for the varsity)

Northwestern 74, Dordt 69 (former Le Mars Bulldog, Trent Hilbrands, had 23 pts. and former Hinton Blackhawk, Jay Small, had 11 pts. for NW)

Morningside 77, Concordia 70  (former Le Mars Bulldog, Tyler Borchers, had 14 pts. for Morningside)

Top-25 games:
(4) Virginia 76, (24) Maryland 71
(6) Tennessee 95, Eastern Kentucky 67
(7) Michigan 84,  (11) North Carolina 67
(8) Auburn 99, St. Peter’s 49
(10) Kentucky 90, Monmouth (NJ) 44
(15) Florida State 73, (19) Purdue 72
Syracuse 72, (16) Ohio State 62

(N-B-A basketball)

Charlotte 108, Atlanta 94
Philadelphia 117, New York 91
Utah 101, Brooklyn 91
Dallas 128, Houston 108
Milwaukee 116, Chicago 113
Minnesota 128, San Antonio 89
New Orleans 125, Washington 104
Oklahoma City 100, Cleveland 83
Portland 115, Orlando 112
L.A. Clippers 115, Phoenix 99

(N-H-L hockey)

Detroit 4, St. Louis 3
Anaheim 3, Florida 2
Toronto 5, San Jose 3
Dallas 4, Calgary 3, OT
Colorado 6, Pittsburgh 3

 

 

THURSDAY RESULTS – November 29

(high school basketball)

(G) Woodbury Central 73, Hinton 37
(B) Hinton 67, Woodbury Central 55

(NAIA National Volleyball Tournament)

Morningside def. Embry-Riddle (AZ.) 3-1  (former Le Mars Lady Bulldog, Krista Zenk, had 14 kills and 15 digs for Morningside)

(N-F-L football)

Dallas 13, New Orleans 10

ARLINGTON, Texas (AP) — The Dallas Cowboys picked up their fourth straight win and ended New Orleans’ 10-game winning streak by silencing the Saints, 13-10. The Saints managed just 176 total yards and had just 127 passing from Drew Brees, 39 coming in the opening half. Ezekiel Elliott ran for 76 yards and scored the Cowboys’ only touchdown on a 16-yard hookup with Dak Prescott.

(N-B-A basketball)

Toronto 131, Golden State 128, OT
L.A. Lakers 104, Indiana 96
L.A. Clippers 133, Sacramento 121

(N-H-L hockey)

Columbus 4, Minnesota 2
Ottawa 3, N.Y. Rangers 0
Tampa Bay 5, Buffalo 4
Boston 2, N.Y. Islanders 1, SO
Winnipeg 6, Chicago 5
Arizona 3, Nashville 0
Edmonton 3, Los Angeles 2
Vegas 4, Vancouver 3

 

 

FRIDAY RESULTS – November 30

(wrestling)

Blackhawk Duals at Hinton  (Le Mars finished 5-0)

Le Mars 54, Hinton 25  —  Bulldog winners:  106-Blake Dirksen (fall)  ..  113-Daniel Hinds (fall)  ..  145-Luis Perez (forfeit)  ..  152-Jake Francksen-Small (forfeit)  ..  170-Colton Hoag (fall)  ..  182-Robert Sadoski (forfeit)  ..  195-Brennick Hoppe (fall)  ..  220-Travis Theisen (fall)  ..  285-Austin Anderson (fall).  Blackhawk winners:  120-Ryan Eli (fall)  ..  126-Aiden Christiansen (8-5 dec.)  ..  132-Mason Vondrak (fall)  ..  138-Kyle Brighton (fall)  ..  160-Teegan Tschampel (14-6 MD).

Le Mars 53, Cherokee 19  —  Bulldog winners:  106-Blake Dirksen (8-6 dec.)  ..  113-Daniel Hinds (fall)  ..  126-Jackson Sudtelgte (fall)  ..  132-Jason Sudtelgte (fall)  ..  152-Jake Francksen-Small (forfeit)  ..  160-Delijuan Perkins (12-3 MD)  ..  170-Colton Hoag (fall)  ..  182-Robert Sadoski (fall)  ..  220-Matthew Sauer (forfeit)  ..  285-Travis Theisen (fall).

Le Mars 65, MVAO 12 —  Bulldog winners:  106-Blake Dirksen (forfeit)  ..  113-Daniel Hinds (fall)  ..  120-Logan Ostermyer (forfeit)  ..  126-Jackson Sudtelgte (16-0 TF)  ..  145-Drayden DeBoer (7-0 dec.)  ..  152-Jake Francksen -Small (fall)  ..  160-Delijuan Perkins (fall)  ..  170-Colton Hoag (fall)  ..  182-Robert Sadoski (forfeit)  ..  195-Brennick Hoppe (fall)  ..  220-Travis Theisen (fall)  ..  285-Austin Anderson (5-0 dec.).

Le Mars 52, West Lyon 28  —  Bulldog winners:  106-Blake Dirksen (fall)  ..  113-Daniel Hinds (fall)  ..  126-Jackson Sudtelgte (fall)  ..  152-Jake Francksen-Small (16-2 MD)  ..  170-Colton Hoag (fall)  ..  182-Robert Sadoski (forfeit)  ..  195-Eric Isebrand (forfeit)  ..  220-Brennick Hoppe (fall)  ..  285-Travis Theisen (injury default).

Le Mars 60, Sioux City North 21 —  Bulldog winners:   106-Blake Dirksen (fall)  ..  113-Daniel Hinds (fall)  ..  138-Jacob Singer (fall)  ..  145-Drayden DeBoer (fall)  ..  152-Jake Francksen-Small (fall)  ..  170-Colton Hoag (fall)  ..  182-Robert Sadoski (fall)  ..  220-Travis Theisen (fall)  ..  285-Austin Anderson (fall).

(high school basketball)

MARCUS — The Gehlen Catholic guys and gals basketball teams remained unbeaten heading into their War Eagle Conference opener next Tuesday night with Unity Christian, sweeping both ends of a double header against MMCRU Friday night.  The Gehlen girls rallied from a 28-24 halftime deficit to win 61-53 over the Royals as the Lady Jays improve to 4-0.  MMCRU suffered their first loss and fell to 2-1.  Addison Weber scored 19 points and freshman Lauren Heying 12 to pace the Gehlen scoring attack.  Ellie Hilbrands had 16 for the Royals and Madison Treinen and Emily Dreckman added 11 each.  Gehlen Catholic scored the final nine points of the third quarter to take a 44-39 lead heading into the final eight minutes and held the advantage throughout the final quarter.

The Gehlen boys jumped on MMCRU early and rolled to a 67-35 victory.  Caden Kneip and Zach Kraft led a balanced attack with 14 points each for the Jays.  Jacob Nemmers added 11 and Ethan Mousel 8.  Jordan Marks had 11 to lead the Royals.  Gehlen led 22-9 after the first quarter and extended the lead to 41-19 by halftime.  The Jays took a 31-point lead into the final quarter.  Gehlen improves to 3-0 while MMCRU falls to 0-2.

(B) (#13-1A)Gehlen Catholic (4-0) 61, MMCRU 53
(B) Gehlen Catholic (3-0) 67, MMCRU 35

(G) South O’Brien 70, Remsen St. Mary’s 25
(B) South O’Brien 63, Remsen St. Mary’s 60

(G) Akron-Westfield 50, Trinity Christian 15
(B) Trinity Christian 70, Akron-Westfield 59

(G) Kingsley-Pierson 62, OA-BCIG 45
(B) OA-BCIG 68, Kingsley-Pierso 54

(college football)

PAC-12 CHAMPIONSHIP:  (10) Washington 10, (17) Utah 3

SANTA CLARA, Calif. (AP) – Byron Murphy returned a deflected interception 66 yards for the game’s only touchdown to lead No. 10 Washington to a 10-3 victory over No. 17 Utah in an offensively challenged Pac-12 championship game. In a matchup of the two stingiest defenses in the conference, neither offense could get much of anything going at all. So it was only fitting that a dropped pass by Utah led to an interception for Washington and the only touchdown of the game.

(college basketball)

IOWA CITY (AP) – D’Mitrik Trice scored 20 points, including a crucial 3 with 20 seconds left, and 22nd-ranked Wisconsin held off No. 14 Iowa 72-66 in the Big Ten opener for both teams. Ethan Happ had 13 points and seven boards for the Badgers, who handed the resurgent Hawkeyes their first loss of the season.

Top-25 games:
(9) Michigan State 78, Rutgers 69
(22) Wisconsin 72, (14) Iowa 66
Radford 62, (17) Texas 59
(21) Buffalo 96, Milwaukee 77
(25) Mississippi St. 65, Dayton 58

(N-B-A basketball)

Boston 128, Cleveland 95
Detroit 107, Chicago 88
Philadelphia 123, Washington 98
Utah 119, Charlotte 111
Memphis 131, Brooklyn 125, 2OT
Houston 136, San Antonio 105
Miami 106, New Orleans 101
Oklahoma City 124, Atlanta 109
Orlando 99, Phoenix 85
Dallas at L.A. Lakers, 10:30 p.m.
Denver at Portland, 10:30 p.m.

(N-H-L hockey)

Florida 3, Buffalo 2, OT
Washington 6, New Jersey 3
Anaheim 2, Carolina 1, OT
Calgary 4, Los Angeles 1
St. Louis 3, Colorado 2, OT

 

 

SATURDAY RESULTS – December 1

(college football)

NAIA PLAYOFFS (SEMIFINALS) —  Morningside 34, St. Francis (Ind.) 28, overtime

SIOUX CITY — Top-rated Morningside punched their ticket to the NAIA Division II National Championship game Saturday with a thrilling 34-28, overtime victory over two-time defending champion, St. Francis (Indiana), at Elwood Olson Stadium.  Trent Solsma hooked up with Connor Niles for the winning TD-pass on their first overtime offensive play after the Mustangs defense had stopped St. Francis on their first overtime possession.  The game was played in a driving snow storm Saturday.  Morningside is headed to sunny Daytona, Florida for the title game December 15th against No. 7 Benedictine (Kansas).

(24) Iowa State 27, Drake 24

AMES (AP) — David Montgomery ran for 145 yards and two touchdowns and No. 24 Iowa State survived a near-upset by non-scholarship FCS school Drake, winning 27-24. Brock Purdy had 53 yards passing and a TD for the Cyclones. They fought through persistent rain and a sloppy field to win their sixth straight home game to tie a school record.

S-E-C CHAMPIONSHIP: (1) Alabama 35, (4) Georgia 28

A-C-C CHAMPIONSHIP: (2) Clemson 42, Pittsburgh 10

BIG 12 CHAMPIONSHIP: (5) Oklahoma 39, (11) Texas 27

BIG 10 CHAMPIONSHIP: (6) Ohio State 45, (20) Northwestern 24

A-A-C CHAMPIONSHIP: (7) U-C-F 56, Memphis 41

MOUNTAIN WEST CHAMPIONSHIP: (25) Fresno State 19, (19) Boise State 16

(college basketball)
ppd. – Buena Vista at Loras (womens/mens DH)
ppd. – Northwestern at Briar Cliff (women’s/men’s DH)
(M) Morningside 104, Hastings 73  (former Le Mars Bulldog, Tyler Borchers, had 17 pts. and 7 reb. for Morningside.  Tyler went over the 1000-point mark with that performance Saturday)

Top-25 games:
(1) Gonzaga 103, Creighton 92
(2) Kansas 90, Stanford 84
(3) Duke 113, Stetson 49
(5) Nevada 73, Southern Cal 61
(7) Michigan 76, (19) Purdue 57
(10) Kentucky 78, UNC-Greensboro 61
Marquette 83, (12) Kansas State 71
(13) Virginia Tech 94, Central Connecticut State 40
Houston 65, (18) Oregon 61
(20) Texas Tech 78, Memphis 67
(23) Villanova 85, La Salle 78
(24) Maryland 66, Penn State 59

(N-B-A basketball)

New York 136, Milwaukee 134, OT
Detroit 111, Golden State 102
Washington 102, Brooklyn 88
Boston 118, Minnesota 109
Houston 121, Chicago 105
Toronto 106, Cleveland 95
Sacramento 111, Indiana 110

(N-H-L hockey)

Ottawa 6, San Jose 2
Dallas 2, Vancouver 1
Montreal 5, N.Y. Rangers 2
Toronto 5, Minnesota 3
Winnipeg 4, New Jersey 3, OT
N.Y. Islanders 3, Columbus 2
Tampa Bay 5, Florida 4, OT
Philadelphia 4, Pittsburgh 2
Detroit 4, Boston 2
Arizona 6, St. Louis 1
Nashville 5, Chicago 2
Edmonton 2, Vegas 1

SUNDAY RESULTS – December 2

(college football)

UNDATED — The C-F-P has announced their semifinal pairings for December 29th.  Top-rated Alabama will play No. 4 Oklahoma in the Orange Bowl in Miami and No. 2 Clemson meets No. 3 Notre Dame at the Cotton Bowl in Dallas.  The winners meet next month for the National Championship.

UNDATED — All of the college bowl games were filled Sunday.  No. 25 Iowa State (8-4) meets No. 12 Washington State (10-2) in the Alamo Bowl in San Antonio on December 28th.  Iowa (8-4) meets No. 18 Mississippi State (8-4) in the Outback Bowl in Tampa on January 1st.

Some of the major bowl match-ups include, No. 5 Ohio State meets No. 9 Washington in the Rose Bowl, No. 6 Georgia and No. 14 Texas in the Sugar Bowl, No. 7 U-C-F vs. No. 11 L-S-U in the Fiesta Bowl, No. 8 Michigan meets No. 10 Florida in the Peach Bowl and No. 13 Penn State plays No. 16 Kentucky in the Citrus Bowl.

(N-F-L football)

Baltimore 26, Atlanta 16
Denver 24, Cincinnati 10
L.A. Rams 30, Detroit 16
Arizona 20, Green Bay 17
Houston 29, Cleveland 13
Jacksonville 6, Indianapolis 0
Miami 21, Buffalo 17
N.Y. Giants 30, Chicago 27, OT
L.A. Chargers 33, Pittsburgh 30
Tampa Bay 24, Carolina 17
Kansas City 40, Oakland 33
Tennessee 26, N.Y. Jets 22
New England 24, Minnesota 10
Seattle 43, San Francisco 16

(college basketball)

(6) Tennessee 79, Texas A&M-Corpus Christi 51
(16) Ohio State 79, Minnesota 59

(N-B-A basketball)

L.A. Lakers 120, Phoenix 96
New Orleans 119, Charlotte 109
Philadelphia 103, Memphis 95
Miami 102, Utah 100
Dallas 114, L.A. Clippers 110
San Antonio 131, Portland 118

(N-H-L hockey)

Anaheim 6, Washington 5
Winnipeg 4, N.Y. Rangers 3, SO
San Jose 3, Montreal 1
Colorado 2, Detroit 0
Calgary 3, Chicago 2
Los Angeles 2, Carolina 0