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KLEM Local Schedule (week of December 3)

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MONDAY RESULTS – December 3

(N-F-L football)

Philadelphia 28, Washington 13

PHILADELPHIA-(AP) – Only among actors is “break a leg” a good luck expression. For the Washington Redskins, it’s become an occupational hazard for quarterbacks. Coach Jay Gruden says Colt McCoy suffered a fractured fibula in his right leg in the second quarter of Monday night’s 28-13 loss to the Philadelphia Eagles. McCoy was starting because a gruesome injury to Alex Smith’s leg weeks ago. Well-traveled veteran Mark Sanchez is calling plays now.

(college basketball)

(W) Buena Vista 67, Nebraska Christian 54  (former Le Mars Lady Bulldog, Holly Schneider led B-V with 18 pts.)

Iowa State 81, North Dakota State 59

AMES (AP) – Marial Shayok scored 20 points, Michael Jacobson had 15 with 10 rebounds and Iowa State rolled past North Dakota State 81-59 for its fourth straight win. Nick Weiler-Babb scored 11 points with eight rebounds for the Cyclones (7-1), who shot 50 percent from the floor.

EAST LANSING, Mich. (AP) – Nick Ward made all 10 of his shots, scored a career-high 26 points and grabbed nine rebounds to lead No. 10 Michigan State to a 90-68 win over No. 18 Iowa. The Spartans trailed for more than six minutes in the first half and were behind by as much as six before a Ward-led surge gave them a 43-33 lead at halftime. The Hawkeyes had no hope for a comeback because they missed 18 of 19 shots to open the second half.

Top-25 games:
(4) Virginia 83, Morgan State 45
(10) Michigan State 90, (18) Iowa 68
(11) Florida State 83, Troy 67
(12) Wisconsin 69, Rutgers 64

(N-B-A basketball)

Oklahoma City 110, Detroit 83
Cleveland 99, Brooklyn 97
Denver 106, Toronto 103
Golden State 128, Atlanta 111
Washington 110, New York 107
L.A. Clippers 129, New Orleans 126
Minnesota 103, Houston 91

(N-H-L hockey)

Tampa Bay 5, New Jersey 1
Nashville 2, Buffalo 1
Dallas 4, Edmonton 1

 

 

TUESDAY RESULTS – December 4

(wrestling)

Le Mars (6-0) 36, Sergeant Bluff-Luton 31  —  Bulldog winners:  106-Blake Dirksen (forfeit)  ..  126-Jackson Sudtelgte (fall)  ..  152-Jake Francksen-Small (fall)  ..  160-Nic Hand (fall)  ..  170-Colton Hoag (2-0 decision)  ..  220-Travis Theisen (fall)  ..  285-Austin Anderson (6-2 decision).

Le Mars (7-0) 39,  Sheldon/South O’Brien 33  —  Bulldog winners:  106-Blake Dirksen (8-5 decision)  ..  113-Daniel Hinds (13-8 decision)  ..  138-Drayden DeBoer (fall)  ..  152-Jake Francksen-Small (fall)  ..  170-Colton Hoag (fall)  ..  182-Robert Sadoski (8-3 decision)  ..  220-Matthew Sauer (fall)  ..  285-Travis Theisen (fall).

(high school basketball)

LE MARS — Le Mars Community opened their final season in the Lakes Conference with a sweep of their girl/boy doubleheader with Spencer Tuesday night at the Bulldogs Competition gym.  The No. 7 (4A) Le Mars Lady Bulldogs stayed unbeaten at 3-0 with a 64-27 victory over the Tigers.  Madison Dreckman had 20 points to pace the Le Mars scoring with Jaelynn Dreckman and Kylie Dreckman adding 12 each and Karlee Schiff 10.  The Lady  Bulldogs led 41-13 by halftime.

The Le Mars boys withstood a 27-point performance by freshman Karter Petzenhauser to beat back the Spencer Tigers 75-69 Tuesday night.  Alex Irwin scored 24 points for the Bulldogs with Spencer Mackey dropping in 13 and Trevor Smith 11 for Le Mars.  The Dogs even their record at 1-1 heading into a Lakes Conference twinbill at Cherokee Friday night.  The girls game will feature two unbeaten, state-rated teams.  KLEM will broadcast Friday’s action.

LE MARS — Unity Christian handed Gehlen Catholic their first losses of the season Tuesday night in both ends of the War Eagle Conference girl/boy doubleheader at the Deb Campbell Memorial gym.  In the girls game, Unity Christian scored the first ten points of the contest and never looked back, rolling to a 68-35 win to halt the Lady Jays season-opening four-game winning streak.  Janie Schoonhoven led a balanced scoring attack for the Knights with 24 points while Corrina Timmermans added 16, Justine Malenke 14 and Jori Bronner 10.  Addison Weber had 13 for Gehlen Catholic.  The win was the first in three games for Unity Christian.

In the boys game, Unity Christian overcame an 11-2 deficit to beat Gehlen Catholic 70-61.  The Knights closed the first quarter on a 14-2 run to take a 16-13 lead after eight minutes and the Jays played catch-up the rest of the game.  Unity took a 17-point lead early in the second half before Gehlen battled back to within six in the fourth quarter.  Ethan Klompien’s three-pointer with 1:11 to play extended a 67-61 lead to the nine-point winning margin.  Austin Van Donge had 24 points for Unity, Kolin Kroeze had 12 and Micah Golsinga 11.  Jacob Nemmers had a career-best 19 to lead the Jays with Zach Kraft adding 15 and Caden Kneip 13.  Unity Christian improves to 3-0 while Gehlen falls to 3-1.  The Jays travel to Clay Central-Everly Friday night for a War Eagle Conference doubleheader with the Mavericks.

(G) (#7-4A)LeMars (3-0/1-0) 64, Spencer 27
(B) LeMars (1-1/1-0) 75, Spencer 69

(G) Unity Christian 68, (#13-1A)Gehlen Catholic (4-1/0-1) 35
(B) Unity Christian 70, Gehlen Catholic (3-1/0-1) 61

(G) West Sioux 57, Akron-Westfield 51
(B) West Sioux 90, Akron-Westfield 42

(G) Hinton 66, Remsen St. Mary’s 44
(B) Remsen St. Mary’s 59, Hinton 32

(G) MMCRU 55, Trinity Christian 31
(B) Trinity Christian 58, MMCRU 42

(G) Kingsley-Pierson 65, (#7-1A)Westwood 64, overtime
(B) Kingsley-Pierson 61, Westwood 34

(college basketball)

Top-25 games:
(2) Kansas 72, Wofford 47
(5) Michigan 62, Northwestern 60
(8) Auburn 67, UNC-Asheville 41
(22) Mississippi State 90, McNeese State 77
(25) Furman 98, Elon 77

(N-B-A basketball)

Indiana 96, Chicago 90
Orlando 105, Miami 90
Dallas 111, Portland 102
Sacramento 122, Phoenix 105
Utah 139, San Antonio 105

(N-H-L hockey)

Winnipeg 3, N.Y. Islanders 1
Florida 5, Boston 0
Calgary 9, Columbus 6
Colorado 6, Pittsburgh 3
Montreal 5, Ottawa 2
Tampa Bay 6, Detroit 5, SO
Toronto 4, Buffalo 3, OT
Vegas 5, Washington 3
Minnesota 3 Vancouver 2
Arizona 2, Los Angeles 1

 

 

WEDNESDAY RESULTS – December 5

AP-SportsMinute

PHOENIX (AP) – The St. Louis Cardinals have acquired All-Star first baseman Paul Goldschmidt in a deal that sends three players and a 2019 draft pick to the Arizona Diamondbacks. The 31-year-old Goldschmidt was among the top players available in the trade market after hitting .290 with 33 home runs and 83 RBIs last season. The Diamondbacks receive pitcher Luke Weaver, catcher Carson Kelly and minor league infielder Andy Young in the swap.

(college basketball)

Top-25 games:
(1) Gonzaga 81, Washington 79
(3) Duke 84, Hartford 54
(13) Texas Tech 65, Ark.-Pine Bluff 47
(14) North Carolina 97, UNC-Wilmington 69
(15) Virginia Tech 89, V-M-I 68
(17) Buffalo 89, Le Moyne 55
(19) Ohio State 77, Illinois 67
(21) Villanova 69, Temple 59
Minnesota 85, (24) Nebraska 78

(N-B-A basketball)

Denver 124, Orlando 118, OT
Golden State 129, Cleveland 105
Oklahoma City 114, Brooklyn 112
Washington 131, Atlanta 117
Memphis 96, L.A. Clippers 86
Milwaukee 115, Detroit 92
Minnesota 121, Charlotte 104
New Orleans 132, Dallas 106
Toronto 113, Philadelphia 102
L.A. Lakers 121, San Antonio 113

(N-H-L hockey)

Edmonton 3, St. Louis 2, SO
Anaheim 4, Chicago 2
San Jose 5, Carolina 1

 

 

THURSDAY RESULTS – December 6

(wrestling)

double dual at Le Mars

Le Mars (8-0/1-0) 44, Spencer 8  —  Bulldog winners:  106-Blake Dirksen (fall)  ..  113-Daniel Hinds (3-2 decision)  ..  138-Drayden DeBoer (10-6 decision)  ..  145-Luis Paez (fall)  ..  160-Delijuan Perkins (13-3, MD)  ..  170-Colton Hoag (fall)  ..  182-Robert Sadoski (4-1 decision)  ..  195-Brennick Hoppe (8-4 decision)  ..  220-Travis Theisen (fall)  ..  285-Austin Anderson (13-2, MD).

Le Mars (9-0/2-0) 39, Storm Lake 35 —  Bulldog winners:  106-Blake Dirksen (fall)  ..  126-Jackson Sudtelgte (6-0 decision)  ..  138-Drayden DeBoer (10-9 decision)  ..  145-Luis Paez (fall)  ..  152-Jake Francksen-Small (forfeit)  ..  160-Dylan Carlson (fall)  ..  170-Colton Hoag (fall)  .. 220-Matthew Sauer (6-4 decision).

(bowling)

(G) Le Mars (2-0) 2829, OA-BCIG 2284  —  HIGH SERIES: Alison Zimmerman (440), Lexi Schroeder (433) & Kaitelin Konz (418).  HIGH GAMES:  Kaitelin Konz (248), Alison Zimmerman (236), Lexi Schroeder (234) & Aly Buhman (220).

(B) Le Mars (2-0) 3079, OA-BCIG 2707  —  HIGH SERIES:  Bryce Temp (461), Lane Paulson (448) & Jordan Presnall (400).  HIGH GAMES:  Bryce Temp (238 & 223), Lane Paulson (236 & 212), Brady Paulson (212).

(high school basketball)

(G) West Monona 61, (#13-1A)Kingsley-Pierson (5-1) 51
(B) Kingsley-Pierson 67, West Monona 36

(N-F-L football)

Tennessee 30, Jacksonville 9

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) – Derrick Henry had one of the finest rushing games in NFL history as the Tennessee Titans ripped the Jacksonville Jaguars, 30-9 to improve to 7-6. Henry broke off a 99-yard touchdown run to tie Tony Dorsett’s NFL record for longest rushing TD in league history. Henry also shattered a team record with 238 yards rushing and tied a franchise mark with four touchdowns to help the Titans improve their chances for a playoff berth.

(college basketball)

IOWA CITY (AP) – No. 18 Iowa ended a two-game skid by knocking off a state rival.  Tyler Cook delivered 26 points and 11 rebounds as the Hawkeyes whip Iowa State, 98-84. Isaiah Moss added 20 points for the 7-2 Hawkeyes, who shot 57.4 percent from the floor and outrebounded the Cyclones 44-24.  Iowa took control with a 16-2 run late in the first half, and the Hawkeyes pushed their lead to 63-47 on Baer’s 3-pointer early in the second half.

Top-25 games:
(18) Iowa 98, Iowa State 84
Purdue 62, (23) Maryland 60

(N-B-A basketball)

Boston 128, New York 100
Portland 108, Phoenix 86
Utah 118, Houston 91

(N-H-L hockey)

Detroit 5, Toronto 4, OT
Pittsburgh 6, N.Y. Islanders 2
Colorado 5, Florida 2
Columbus 4, Philadelphia 3, OT
Montreal 5, Ottawa 2
Tampa Bay 3, Boston 2
Washington 4, Arizona 2
Calgary 2, Minnesota 0
Vancouver 5, Nashville 3
Vegas 4, Chicago 3
New Jersey 6, Los Angeles 3

 

 

FRIDAY RESULTS – December 7

(wrestling)

Le Mars at the Lewis Central Invitational (@ Council Bluffs) – day one (no results available until late Saturday)

(bowling)

(B) Le Mars finished 1st at the Council Bluffs T-J Tournament with a 3087.  —  3rdLane Poulson (459) .

(G) Le Mars finished 1st at the Council Bluffs T-J Tournament.  —  1st-Lexi Schroeder (417).

(high school basketball)

CHEROKEE — Lexi and Kassidy Pingel combined to hit four free throws in the final 1:12 of the game Friday night to extend a 67-66 Cherokee lead into a 71-66 victory over over Le Mars in a Lakes Conference battle of two state-rated, unbeaten teams.  Le Mars led 37-34 at halftime but senior Payton Slaughter scored 11 of her game-high 20 points in the third quarter to rally the Bravettes to a 54-50 lead after three quarters.  The lead would eventually grow to ten points with 5:51 to play before the Lady Bulldogs battled back to within one with 1:12 remaining in the game.  Jaelynn and Madison Dreckman led Le Mars with 16 points each.  JeMae Nichols had 14 for Cherokee, Teagen Slaughter 13 and Kassidy and Lexi Pingel added 11 each.  No. 6 (4A) Le Mars falls to 3-1 and 1-1 in the Lakes Conference.  No. 4 (2A) Cherokee improves to 6-0 with a 2-0 league record.

In the boys game, Le Mars beat Cherokee for the 20th straight time, 65-55 Friday night.  A 28-12 second quarter advantage erased a 14-10 Cherokee lead after one quarter and put the Bulldogs up by 12 at halftime.  Alex Irwin dropped in 22 points to lead Le Mars with Tate Westhoff and Aisea Toki adding 10 each and Spencer Mackey 9.  Trevor Lundquist and Colten Woltman had 11 each for the Braves.  Le Mars takes a 2-1 record and 2-0 league mark into a Lakes Conference home matchup with Estherville/Lincoln Central Tuesday night.

EVERLY — The Gehlen Catholic girls returned to the win column Friday night with a 71-32 victory at Clay Central-Everly in War Eagle Conference play.  The Lady Jays led 34-15 at halftime and turned the game into a complete rout by limited the Mavericks to two points in the fourth quarter.  Katelyn Langel led a balanced scoring attack for Gehlen with 16 points while kid sister, Rachel, added 13 and Addison Weber and Lauren Heying dropped in 11 each.  Gehlen improves to 5-1 and 1-1 in the W-E-C.

The Gehlen Catholic boys roared out of the starting gate for a 25-5 lead after the first eight minutes and a 43-11 lead by halftime and the Jays pounded Clay Central-Everly 66-25 Friday night in the War Eagle Conference.  Caden Kneip had a career-high 22 points for the Jays and Jacob Nemmers drilled home 19 points.  Gehlen improves to 4-1 and 1-1 in the W-E-C.

LAKES CONFERENCE
(G) (#4-2A)Cherokee Washington 71, (#6-4A)LeMars (3-1/1-1) 66
(B) LeMars (2-1/2-0) 65, Cherokee Washington 55

(G) Spirit Lake 46, Estherville/Lincoln Central 42, OT
(B) Spirit Lake 65, Estherville/Lincoln Central 62

(G) Spencer 45, Storm Lake 35
(B) Spencer 76, Storm Lake 70

(G) Harrisburg (S.D.) 64, Western Christian 54
(B) Harrisburg (S.D.) 66, Western Christian 55

WAR EAGLE CONFERENCE
(G) Gehlen Catholic (5-1/1-1) 71, Clay Central-Everly 32
(B) Gehlen Catholic (4-1/1-1) 66, Clay Central-Everly 25

(G) MMCRU 70, Remsen St. Mary’s 29
(B) Remsen St. Mary’s 75, MMCRU 42

(G) Akron-Westfield 58, Harris-Lake Park 34
(B) Harris-Lake Park 57, Akron-Westfield 54

(G) Hinton 39, Trinity Christian 34
(B) Hinton 54, Trinity Christian 47

(G) Unity Christian 71, Hartley-Melvin-Sanborn 44
(B) Unity Christian 51, Hartley-Melvin-Sanborn 43

WESTERN VALLEY CONFERENCE
(G) (#13-1A)Kingsley-Pierson 58, Ridge View 52
(B) Ridge View 66, Kingsley-Pierson 47

(N-B-A basketball)

Charlotte 113, Denver 107
Indiana 112, Orlando 90
Philadelphia 117, Detroit 111
Brooklyn 106, Toronto 105, OT
Sacramento 129, Cleveland 110
Chicago 114, Oklahoma City 112
Memphis 107, New Orleans 103
San Antonio 133, L.A. Lakers 120
Miami 115, Phoenix 98
Golden State 105, Milwaukee 95

(N-H-L hockey)

St. Louis 1, Winnipeg 0
Dallas 3, San Jose 2
Edmonton 7, Minnesota 2
Carolina 4, Anaheim 1

 

 

 

SATURDAY RESULTS – December 8

(wrestling)

Council Bluffs Wrestling Invitational

Le Mars finished 34th out of a 40-team field with 72 points

Bulldog results:  106#-Blake Dirksen (3-5 – 26th)  ..  113#-Daniel Hinds (2-6 – 26th)  ..  126#-Jackson Sudtelgte (3-5 – 29th)  ..  132#-Jason Sudtelgte (2-7 – 28th)  ..  132#-Drayden DeBoer (4-4 – 29th)  ..  145#-Luis Paez (1-6 – 32nd)  ..  152#-Jake Francksen-Small (5-3 – 18th)  ..  160#-Dylan Carlson (3-4 – 14th)  ..  170#-Colton Hoag (4-4 – 22nd)  ..  182#-Robert Sadoski (3-6 – 24th)  ..  195#-Brennick Hoppe (5-3 – 21st)  ..  220#-Travis Theisen (4-3 – 13th)  ..  285#-Austin Anderson (2-6 – 28th).

(high school basketball)

(G) Lawton-Bronson 60, Hinton 33                                              (B) Lawton-Bronson 67, Hinton 49

(college football)

Army 17, Navy 10

NEW YORK (AP) — Oklahoma quarterback Kyler Murray edged out Alabama’s Tua Tagovailoa for the Heisman Trophy, three weeks before Murray and the Sooners take on Tagovailoa the Crimson Tide in the C-F-P semifinals. Murray stepped into the starting job at Oklahoma held by last year’s Heisman winner and first overall NFL draft pick, Baker Mayfield. Murray has completed 71 percent of his passes for 40 touchdowns and just seven interceptions to guide the defensive-challenged Sooners to a 12-1 record.

(college basketball)

(M) Morningside 87, Jamestown 79   (Le Mars alum, Tyler Borchers, had 25 pt.s for unbeaten Morningside)

(M) Midland Lutheran 74, Northwestern 73  (Le Mars grad, Trent Hilbrands, had 23 pts. and Hinton alum, Jay Small, had 11 pts. for NW)

Top-25 games:
(2) Kansas 63, New Mexico State 60
(3) Duke 91, Yale 58
(5) Michigan 89, South Carolina 78
(6) Nevada 72, (20) Arizona State 66
(8) Auburn 82, Dayton 72
Seton Hall 84, (9) Kentucky 83
(10) Michigan State 63, Florida 59
(11) Florida State 79, U-Conn 71
Marquette 74, (12) Wisconsin 69
Tulsa 47, (16) Kansas State 46
(17) Buffalo 80, St. Bonaventure 62
(21) Villanova 70, Saint Joseph’s 58
(22) Mississippi State 82, Clemson 71
(23) Maryland 55, Loyola of Chicago 41
(24) Nebraska 94, Creighton 75
(25) Furman 74, South Carolina-Upstate 60

(N-B-A basketball)

Dallas 107, Houston 104
Indiana 107, Sacramento 97
Brooklyn 112, New York 104
Atlanta 106, Denver 98
Cleveland 116, Washington 101
Boston 133, Chicago 77
L.A. Lakers 111, Memphis 88
Portland 113, Minnesota 105
Miami 121, L.A. Clippers 98

(N-H-L hockey)

Philadelphia 6, Buffalo 2
Los Angeles 5, Vegas 1
N.Y. Islanders 3, Detroit 2
Tampa Bay 7, Colorado 1
Ottawa 2, Pittsburgh 1, OT
N.Y. Rangers 5, Florida 4, SO
Washington 4, Columbus 0
Boston 6, Toronto 3
San Jose 5, Arizona 3
Calgary 5, Nashville 2

 

 

SUNDAY RESULTS – December 9

(N-F-L football)

N.Y. Jets 27, Buffalo 23
Chicago 15, L.A. Rams 6
Cleveland 26, Carolina 20
Green Bay 34, Atlanta 20
Indianapolis 24, Houston 21
Kansas City 27, Baltimore 24, OT
Miami 34, New England 33
New Orleans 28, Tampa Bay 14
N.Y. Giants 40, Washington 16
L.A. Chargers 26, Cincinnati 21
San Francisco 20, Denver 14
Detroit 17, Arizona 3
Dallas 29, Philadelphia 23, OT
Oakland 24, Pittsburgh 21

(major league baseball)

LAS VEGAS (AP) – Harold Baines and Lee Smith have been voted into the baseball Hall of Fame by the 16-member Today’s Game Era Committee at the winter meetings. Baines was named on the required 12 votes after hitting .289 with 384 home runs and 1,628 RBIs in a 22-year career spent mostly with the Chicago White Sox. The committee unanimously selected Smith, who recorded 478 saves and was 71-92 with a 3.03 ERA and seven All-Star berths in 18 seasons.

(college basketball)

Top-25 games:
(7) Tennessee 76, (1) Gonzaga 73
(4) Virginia 57, V-C-U 49
(6) Nevada 74, Grand Canyon 66
(15) Virginia Tech 81, South Carolina State 44

(N-B-A basketball)

New Orleans 116, Detroit 108
Milwaukee 104, Toronto 99
San Antonio 110, Utah 97
Charlotte 119, New York 107

(N-H-L hockey)

Vancouver 6, St. Louis 1
Winnipeg 7, Philadelphia 1
Boston 2, Ottawa 1
Montreal 3, Chicago 2
Anaheim 6, New Jersey 5, SO
Edmonton 1, Calgary 0
Vegas 4, Dallas 2