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KLEM Local Schedule (week of December 31)

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MONDAY RESULTS – December 31

(college football)

MILITARY BOWL — Cincinnati 35, Virginia Tech 31
SUN BOWL — Stanford 14, Pittsburgh 13
REDBOX BOWL — Oregon 7, Michigan State 6
LIBERTY BOWL — Oklahoma State 38, (23) Missouri 33
HOLIDAY BOWL — (22) Northwestern 31, (17) Utah 20
GATOR BOWL — (19) Texas A&M 52, North Carolina State 13

ANNAPOLIS, Md. (AP) – Michael Warren ran for a career-high 166 yards and scored the go-ahead touchdown with 1:29 left in a soggy Military Bowl to carry Cincinnati past Virginia Tech 35-31. A tight game that featured more than 900 yards in offense and seven lead changes wasn’t decided until Warren busted up the middle for his second touchdown to cap a 64-yard drive directed by backup quarterback Hayden Moore. The loss ends the Hokies’ run of 25 consecutive winning seasons.

EL PASO, Texas (AP) – Cameron Scarlett scored on a 1-yard run and recovered a fumble in the end zone for a second score to lead Stanford to a 14-13 victory against Pittsburgh in the Sun Bowl. The Cardinal finished on a four-game winning streak, much the same way they did two years ago when Stanford won the Sun Bowl for a season-ending six-game streak. The Panthers lost their fourth straight bowl game after falling to playoff championship finalist Clemson in the ACC title game.

SANTA CLARA, Calif. (AP) – Justin Herbert threw a touchdown pass to Dillon Mitchell in the fourth quarter, and Oregon held on after Michigan State botched a field goal attempt for a 7-6 victory in the Redbox Bowl. Herbert passed for 166 yards and extended his streak of consecutive games with a touchdown pass to 28 on a day when the Ducks’ offense mostly sputtered. Matt Goghlin kicked a pair of 34-yard field goals for the Spartans but missed one from 50. The snap was botched on a second 50-yard attempt.

MEMPHIS, Tenn. (AP) – Taylor Cornelius tied a Liberty Bowl record with four touchdown passes and Kolby Peel made a critical fourth-down stop with 1:01 left as Oklahoma State edged No. 24 Missouri 38-33. Missouri faced fourth-and-1 when Peel stopped quarterback Drew Lock on fourth-and-1.

SAN DIEGO (AP) – Northwestern converted three Utah turnovers into 21 points in a dizzying nine-minute stretch in the pouring rain in the third quarter of the Holiday Bowl, including Jared McGee’s 82-yard fumble return for a touchdown, to stun the No. 20 Utes 31-20. The Wildcats (9-5) scored 28 points in the third quarter to win their third straight bowl game under coach Pat Fitzgerald.

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. (AP) – Trayveon Williams ran for 236 yards and three touchdowns, smashing a 30-year-old school record and carrying No. 21 Texas A&M to a 52-13 victory against North Carolina State in the Gator Bowl. The Aggies ended 2018 with a four-game winning streak and broke a three-game postseason skid. It was the first bowl victory for most of Texas A&M’s roster, including Williams. It also capped an impressive inaugural season for coach Jimbo Fisher in Aggieland.

(college basketball)

Top 25 games:
(4) Virginia 100, Marshall 64
(7) Gonzaga 89, Cal State-Bakersfield 54

LOS ANGELES (AP) – Steve Alford has been fired as UCLA basketball coach after six seasons. The Bruins are mired in a four-game skid that included losses at home to Belmont and Liberty. Athletic director Dan Guerrero says assistant Murry Bartow will serve as interim coach through the end of the season. UCLA is 7-6 and in danger of missing the NCAA Tournament despite a talented roster that includes sophomore Kris Wilkes and freshman Moses Brown.

NEW YORK (AP) – Duke picked up 35 of 64 first-place votes to stay atop The Associated Press men’s basketball poll for the second straight week and fourth week this season. Second-ranked Michigan claimed nine first-place votes and No. 3 Tennessee took 12. Fourth-ranked Virginia and fifth-ranked Kansas each earned four votes to round out the poll’s top tier. Nevada, Gonzaga, Michigan State, Florida State and Virginia Tech round out the top 10.  Iowa is 25th this week.

(N-B-A basketball)

Indiana 116, Atlanta 108
Charlotte 125, Orlando 100
Houston 113, Memphis 101
San Antonio 120, Boston 111
New Orleans 123, Minnesota 114
Oklahoma City 122, Dallas 102
Golden State 132, Phoenix 109

(N-H-L hockey)

Nashville 6, Washington 3
New Jersey 4, Vancouver 0
Carolina 3, Philadelphia 1
Pittsburgh 3, Minnesota 2
N.Y. Islanders 3, Buffalo 1
N.Y. Rangers 2, St. Louis 1
Columbus 6, Ottawa 3
Florida 4, Detroit 3, SO
Tampa Bay 2, Anaheim 1, OT
Los Angeles 3, Colorado 2, OT
Montreal 3, Dallas 2, OT
Calgary 8, San Jose 5
Winnipeg 4, Edmonton 3

(N-F-L news)

UNDATED (AP) – The list of NFL coaching casualties continues to grow, one day after Todd Bowles was fired by the New York Jets and Dirk Kuetter was let go by Tampa Bay. Marvin Lewis was dismissed after 16 seasons with the Cincinnati Bengals, and the Denver Broncos parted with Vance Joseph after two years. Adam Gase was shown the door following three years at Miami, and Steve Wilks lasted just one year with the Arizona Cardinals after going a league-worst 3-13.

 

 

TUESDAY RESULTS – January 1

(college football)

OUTBACK BOWL — Iowa 27, (18) Mississippi State 22
FIESTA BOWL — (11) L-S-U 40, (8) F-C-U 32
CITRUS BOWL — (14) Kentucky 27, (12) Penn State 24
ROSE BOWL — (6) Ohio State 28, (9) Washington 23
SUGAR BOWL — (15) Texas 28, (5) Georgia 21

TAMPA, Fla. (AP) — Safety Jake Gervase made an interception in the end zone to help preserve a late lead, and Iowa beat No. 18 Mississippi State in the Outback Bowl 27-22. Gervase also batted down an errant fourth-down pass to end the Bulldogs’ final drive at the Iowa 32 with 25 seconds left. Two earlier Mississippi State threats in the fourth quarter led to only three points.

GLENDALE, Az. (AP) — LSU ended UCF’s 25-game winning streak as Tigers quarterback Joe Burrow passed for 394 yards and four touchdowns in a 40-32 triumph in the Fiesta Bowl against the Knights.

ORLANDO, Fla. (AP) — Benny Snell Jr. ran for 144 yards and two touchdowns to become Kentucky’s career rushing leader and lead the 16th-ranked Wildcats to a 27-24 victory over No. 13 Penn State in the Citrus Bowl. Snell scored on runs of 2 and 12 yards in the second half, then carried for a couple of crucial first downs to help Kentucky run out the clock. Penn State’s Trace McSorley had trimmed a 27-7 deficit to three points despite playing with a foot injury.

PASADENA, Cal. (AP) — Dwayne Haskins passed for 251 yards and three touchdowns in fifth-ranked Ohio State’s 28-23 victory over Washington in the Rose Bowl, allowing Urban Meyer to earn a win in his final game as the Buckeyes’ head coach.

NEW ORLEANS (AP) — Sam Ehlinger ran for three touchdowns, the Texas defense largely held Georgia’s offense in check, and the Longhorns earned their first 10-win season since 2009 by beating the Bulldogs 28-21 in the Sugar Bowl. Ehlinger was the star of a gritty win, running a 2-yard touchdown in the first quarter, a 9-yard score in the second, and a 1-yard touchdown in the fourth.

(college basketball)

(9) Florida State 87, Winthrop 76
(10 Virginia Tech 81, Notre Dame 56
St. John’s 89, (16) Marquette 69

(N-B-A basketball)

Toronto 122, Utah 116
Milwaukee 121, Detroit 98
Denver 115, New York 108
Portland 113, Sacramento 108, OT
Philadelphia 119, L.A. Clippers 113

(N-H-L hockey)

Boston 4, Chicago 2
Nashville 4, Philadelphia 0
Vegas 2, Los Angeles 0

 

 

WEDNESDAY RESULTS – January 2

(college basketball)

(W) Nebraska Wesleyan 81, Buena Vista 67  (Le Mars alums, Holly & Jenn Schneider had 8 pts. each for B-V)

(M) Nebraska Wesleyan 83, Buena Vista 59 (Le Mars alum, Jake Thompson played 4 minutes and went scoreless for B-V)

(M) Dakota Wesleyan 86, Morningside (14-1) 82 (Le Mars alum, Tyler Borchers, had 15 pts. & 9 reb. for Morningside)

(M) Northwestern 80, Doane 70  (Le Mars alum, Trent Hilbrands, scored 19 pts. and Hinton Alum, Jay Small had 15 pts. for NW)

Iowa State (11-2) 69, Oklahoma State 63

Top-25 games:
(5) Kansas 70, (23) Oklahoma 63
(6) Nevada 72, Utah State 49
(8) Michigan State 81, Northwestern 55
(11) Texas Tech 62, West Virginia 59
(15) North Carolina 77, Harvard 57
(19) Houston 74, Tulsa 56
Maryland 74, (24) Nebraska 72

(N-B-A basketball)

Dallas 122, Charlotte 84
Miami 117, Cleveland 92
Washington 114, Atlanta 98
Brooklyn 126, New Orleans 121
Boston 115, Minnesota 102
Detroit 101, Memphis 94
Orlando 112, Chicago 84
Philadelphia 132, Phoenix 127
Oklahoma City 107, L.A. Lakers 100

(N-H-L hockey)

Pittsburgh 7, N.Y. Rangers 2
Calgary 5, Detroit 3
Vancouver 4, Ottawa 3, OT
Dallas 5, New Jersey 4
Edmonton 3, Arizona 1
San Jose 5, Colorado 4

 

 

THURSDAY RESULTS – January 3

(bowling)

(G) Le Mars (5-0) 2660, MMCRU 2121  —  HIGH SERIES:  Alison Zimmerman (LM) (454) & Katelin Konz (LM) (373).  Bailey Penning (MMCRU) (305) & Hailey Klein (MMCRU) (293).  HIGH GAMES:  Alison Zimmerman (LM) (231) & (223) & Katelin Konz (LM) (197).  Bailey Penning (MMCRU) (175) & Blacey Stodden (MMCRU) (154).

(B) Le Mars (5-0) 3015, MMCRU 2568  —  HIGH SERIES:  Bryce Timp (LM) (458), Lane Paulson (LM) (418), Evan Berkenpas (LM) (406), Trey Whiddon (LM) (405) & Jordan Presnall (LM) (403).  Nathan Reusch (MMCRU) (384), Drew Pierce (MMCRU) (380), Seth Nelson (MMCRU) (372) & Mitch Rhodes (MMCRU) (356).  HIGH GAMES:  Bryce Timp (LM) (279), Lane Paulson (LM) (231) & Jordan Presnall (LM) (223).  Seth Nelson (MMCRU) (221) & Mitch Rhodes (MMCRU) (201).

(wrestling)

Le Mars (13-1/4-1) 63, Western Christian 13  —  Bulldog winners:  106#-Blake Dirksen (forfeit)  ..  113#-Daniel Hinds (forfeit)  ..  120#-Dakota Olsen (fall)  ..  132#-Jason Sudtelgte (fall)  ..  138#-Drayden DeBoer (fall)  ..  145#-Mitchell Schilmoeller (forfeit)  ..  152#-Jake Francksen-Small (forfeit)  ..  160#-Dylan Carlson (forfeit)  ..  182#-Robert Sadoski (forfeit)  ..  220#-Travis Theisen (3-1 decision)  ..  285#-Matthew Sauer (forfeit).

Le Mars (14-1) 61, Hartley-Melvin-Sanborn 12  —  Bulldog winners:  106#-Blake Dirksen (forfeit)  ..  113#-Daniel Hinds (forfeit)  ..  120#-Dakota Olsen (forfeit)  ..  132#-Jason Sudtelgte (forfeit) ..  152#-Jake Francksen-Small (MD 10-0)  ..  160#-Dylan Carlson (fall)  ..  182#-Robert Sadoski (forfeit)  ..  195##-Justin Otto (forfeit)  ..  220#-Matthew Sauer (forfeit)  ..  285#-Travis Theisen (5-1 decision).

Le Mars (15-1) 66, Sibley-Ocheyedan 13  —  Bulldog winners:  106#-Blake Dirksen (fall)  ..  113#-Daniel Hinds (forfeit)  ..  120#-Dakota Olsen (fall)  ..  132#-Jacob Singer (fall)  ..  145#-Mitchell Schilmoeller (fall)  ..  152#-Jake Francksen-Small (fall)  ..  160#-Dylan Carlson (forfeit)  ..  170#-Colton Hoag (fall)  ..  195#-Justin Otto (forfeit)  ..  220#-Travis Theisen (forfeit)  ..  285#-Matthew Sauer (forfeit).

(high school basketball)

LE MARS — Emma Christensen connected on one-of-two from the free throw line with 1.7 seconds to play to lift Sergeant Bluff-Luton to a 57-56 upset win over No. 7 (4A) Le Mars Thursday night at the Bulldogs Competition gym.  The game featured 15 lead changes and five ties as the Warriors improve to 4-4 while Le Mars drops their second straight to fall to 6-3.  Madison Dreckman matched her career high with 31 points for Le Mars, connecting on seven three-pointers.  Jaelynn and Kylie Dreckman added eight each for the Lady Bulldogs.  Mackenzie Foley had 19 points for S-B-L with Brooklyn Huberty adding 13.

The No. 2 (3A) Sergeant Bluff-Luton boys fought off a determined effort by the Le Mars boys to win 68-57, handing the Bulldogs their fourth straight loss.  Le Mars saw their record fall to 3-5 as they prepare to meet unbeaten No. 6 (4A) Sioux City East Friday afternoon in the CNOS Foundation Classic at the Tyson Events Center.  Conner Groves dropped in 22 points, connecting on six three-pointers for the Warriors and 6’8″ Daniel Wright added 20.  Alex Irwin led Le Mars with 16, Aisea Toki had a career-best 14 and Spencer Mackey added 12.  S-B-L is now 6-2.

(G) Sergeant Bluff-Luton 57, (#7-4A)LeMars (6-3) 56
(B) (#2-3A)Sergeant Bluff-Luton 68, LeMars (3-5) 57

(college basketball)

Top-25 games:
(2) Michigan 68, Penn State 55
(18) NC State 87, Miami 82
(21) Indiana 73, Illinois 66
Minnesota 59, (22) Wisconsin 52
Purdue 86, (25) Iowa 70

WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. (AP) – Carsen Edwards scored 16 of his 21 points in the first half and Purdue beat 25th-ranked Iowa 86-70. Matt Haarms had 14 points and Aaron Wheeler added 10 for the Boilermakers, who have won three straight for the first time since starting the season 4-0.

(N-B-A basketball)

San Antonio 125, Toronto 107
Denver 117, Sacramento 113
Houston 135, Golden State 134, OT

(N-H-L hockey)

Minnesota 4, Toronto 3
Carolina 5, Philadelphia 3
Buffalo 4, Florida 3
Boston 6, Calgary 4
N.Y. Islanders 3, Chicago 2, OT
Montreal 2, Vancouver 0
St. Louis 5, Washington 2
Tampa Bay 6, Los Angeles 2

 

 

FRIDAY RESULTS – January 4

(high school basketball)

SIOUX CITY —  No. 6 (4A) Sioux City East pulled away late to beat Le Mars 75-56 Friday in boys basketball action at the CNOS Foundation Classic in Sioux City.  Devonte Keck poured in 24 points for the Black Raiders to keep East unbeaten at 7-0.  Le Mars fell to 3-6, suffering their fifth loss in a row.  East outscored the Bulldogs 17-8 in the final quarter to expand an eight-point lead after three quarters.  Alex Irwin and Alec Dreckman led Le Mars with 14 points each and Spencer Mackey added 13.  The Bulldogs travel to Sioux Center Tuesday.

LAKE PARK — The Gehlen Catholic girls rattled off the first 19 points of the game and rolled to a 69-46 victory at Harris-Lake Park Friday night as the Lady Jays returned from the holiday break with an impressive War Eagle Conference win.  The Wolves battled back from a 23-point halftime deficit to within 12 early in the final quarter but a 15-1 run by Gehlen put the game out of reach.  Sydney Livermore led the Lady Jays with 20 points with Katelyn Langel adding 14 and Addison Weber 12.  Madison Brevik had 14 for H-L-P.  Gehlen improves to 9-2 with a 4-2 W-E-C mark.

The Gehlen Catholic boys opened the new year with a hard-fought 58-46 victory over Harris-Lake Park.  A three-point play by Dylan Lehmann late in the third quarter snapped a 42-all tie and the Jays never trailed again.  Caden Kneip led a balanced attack with 19 points and pulled down 15 rebounds, showing no ill effects from a sprained ankle suffered just before the Christmas break.  Jacob Nemmers finished with 14 points and Zach Kraft dropped in 12 for the Jays.  Bubba Sohn had 17 for the Wolves.  Gehlen improves to 8-2 and 4-2 in War Eagle Conference play. The Jays host Westwood Saturday night in a doubleheader at the Deb Campbell gym.

CNOS FOUNDATION CLASSIC
(B) (#6-4A)Sioux City East 75, Le Mars (3-6) 56
(G) Ponca (NE.) 53, West Sioux 39

WAR EAGLE CONFERENCE
(G) Gehlen Catholic (9-2/4-2) 69, Harris-Lake Park 46
(B) Gehlen Catholic (8-2/4-2) 58, Harris-Lake Park 46

(G) Akron-Westfield 66, Trinity Christian 33
(B) Akron-Westfield 75, Trinity Christian 73, overtime

(G) Hinton 67, Clay Central-Everly 43
(B) Hinton 75, Clay Central-Everly 27

(G) Unity Christian 80, MMCRU 65
(B) Unity Christian 74, MMCRU 37

(G) South O’Brien 52, Remsen St. Mary’s 27
(B) Remsen St. Mary’s 40, South O’Brien 38, overtime

LAKES CONFERENCE
(G) (#4-2A)Cherokee Washington 80, Western Christian 56
(B) (#4-2A)Western Christian 65, Cherokee Washington 50

(G) Estherville/L-C 65, Spencer 31
(B) Spencer 51, Estherville/L-C 38

(G) Spirit Lake 55, Storm Lake 22
(B) Storm Lake 63, Spirit Lake 55

WESTERN VALLEY CONFERENCE
(G) (#13-1A)Kingsley-Pierson 73, MVAOCOU 31
(B) MVAOCOU 48, Kingsley-Pierson 34

(college basketball)

Top-25 games:
(20) Buffalo 74, Eastern Michigan 58

(N-B-A basketball)

Utah 117, Cleveland 91
Boston 114, Dallas 93
Brooklyn 109, Memphis 100
Indiana 119, Chicago 116, OT
Miami 115, Washington 109
Minnesota 120, Orlando 103
Milwaukee 144, Atlanta 112
L.A. Clippers 121, Phoenix 111
New York 119, L.A. Lakers 112
Oklahoma City 111, Portland 109

(N-H-L hockey)

Pittsburgh 4, Winnipeg 0
Detroit 4, Nashville 3, OT
Carolina 4, Columbus 2
Dallas 2, Washington 1, OT
New Jersey 3, Arizona 2, SO
Colorado 6, N.Y. Rangers 1
Vegas 3, Anaheim 2

 

 

SATURDAY RESULTS – January 5

(wrestling)

Le Mars finished 4th at the West Sioux Tournament in Hawarden.  West Sioux won the team title, Hinton placed 7th and Kingsley-Pierson 11th out of a 12-team field.

Bulldog results:  2nd- Jake Francksen-Small (152#) & Travis Theisen (220#)  ..  3rd- Blake Dirksen (106#) & Matthew Sauer (285#)  ..  4th- Robert Sadoski (182#)  ..  5th- Drayden DeBoer (138#) & Colton Hoag (170#)  ..  6th- Dylan Carlson (160#)  ..  7th- Dakota Olsen (120#), Jacob Singer (132#) & Justin Otton (195#)  ..  8th- Mitchell Schilmoeller (145#).

Ogden JV Tournament  —  Bulldog results:   Jacob Johnson 1st)  ..  Aaron Johnson, Jackson Sudtelgte & Brennick Hoppe (2nd)  ..  Riley Sadoski & Eric Isebrand (3rd).

(high school basketball)

LE MARS — Carah Drees poured in 25 points and Andee Martin added 24 to lead Westwood to a 76-50 non-conference girls basketball victory over Gehlen Catholic Saturday night in Le Mars.  The win improves the Rebels to 10-2 for the season and drops Gehlen’s record to 9-3.  The Lady Jays got 12 points from Sydney Livermore, 11 from Addison Weber and 10 from Katelyn Langel.

Jacob Nemmers led a balanced scoring attack with 16 points to lead the Gehlen Catholic boys to a 59-29 romp over visiting Westwood Saturday night.  Peyton Rochford had a career-best 11 points and Zach Kraft added 10 for the Jays.  Carter Copple had 9 to lead the Rebels.  Gehlen led 36-4 at halftime.  The Jays improve to 9-2 while Westwood slips to 3-8.

(G) Westwood 76, Gehlen Catholic (9-3) 50
(B) Gehlen Catholic (9-2) 59, Westwood 29

CNOS FOUNDATION CLASSIC
(G) Sergeant Bluff-Luton 73, Hinton 49
(B) Sergeant Bluff-Luton 78, Hinton 53

(N-F-L playoffs)

A-F-C WILD CARD GAME — Indianapolis 21, Houston 7
N-F-C WILD CARD GAME —
Dallas 24, Seattle 22

HOUSTON (AP) — The Indianapolis Colts are in the AFC divisional round after Andrew Luck threw for 222 yards and two touchdowns for a 21-7 win at Houston in the wild-card game. Luck had 191 passing yards and both TD’s while Indianapolis was building a 21-0 halftime lead. Running back Marlon Mack provided 148 yards and a touchdown for the Colts, who won for the 10th time in 11 games to advance to face the top-seeded Chiefs in Kansas City next Saturday.

ARLINGTON, Texas (AP) — Ezekiel Elliott rushed for 137 yards and scored the go-ahead touchdown on a one-yard burst with 12:28 remaining as the Dallas Cowboys nipped the Seattle Seahawks, 24-22 in Saturday’s NFC wild-card game. Dak Prescott added a huge one-yard TD run just before the two-minute warning to secure the Cowboys’ meeting with the Saints at New Orleans. Prescott had 226 yards passing in helping Dallas end Seattle’s nine-game winning streak in playoff openers.

(college basketball)

(M) Morningside 94, Mount Marty 49  Le Mars alum, Tyler Borchers, had 14 pts. & 7 reb.)

(M) Northwestern 76, Concordia 59  (Le Mars alum, Trent Hilbrands, had 14 pts. & Hinton alum, Jay Small, had 13 pts. for NW)

(W) Luther 69, Buena Vista 66  (Le Mars alums, Holly Schneider, had 16 pts. & 7 reb. and Jenn Schneider had 7 pts. & 4 reb. for B-V)

Top-25 games:
(1) Duke 87, Clemson 68
(3) Tennessee 96, Georgia 50
(4) Virginia 65, (9) Florida State 52
Iowa State 77, (5) Kansas 60
New Mexico 85, (6) Nevada 58
(7) Gonzaga 91, Santa Clara 48
(8) Michigan State 86, (14) Ohio State 77
(10) Virginia Tech 77, Boston College 66
(11) Texas Tech 63, Kansas State 57
Alabama 77, (13) Kentucky 75
(15) North Carolina 85, Pittsburgh 60
(23) Oklahoma 74, Oklahoma State 64

AMES, Iowa (AP) — Marial Shayok scored 24 points, and Iowa State routed No. 5 Kansas 77-60 for its fifth straight win. Freshman Tyrese Haliburton made four 3-pointers and scored 14 points for the Cyclones, who opened Big 12 play with back-to-back wins for the first time since 2015 after forcing the Jayhawks into a season-high 24 turnover

(N-B-A basketball)

Denver 123, Charlotte 110
Utah 110, Detroit 105
Philadelphia 106, Dallas 100
New Orleans 133, Cleveland 98
San Antonio 108, Memphis 98
Toronto 123, Milwaukee 116
Golden State 127, Sacramento 123
Portland 110, Houston 101

(N-H-L hockey)

Calgary 3, Philadelphia 2, OT
Minnesota 4, Ottawa 3
Columbus 4, Florida 3, OT
Toronto 5, Vancouver 0
Nashville 4, Montreal 1
Boston 2, Buffalo 1
N.Y. Islanders 4, St. Louis 3
Los Angeles 4, Edmonton 0
San Jose 5, Tampa Bay 2

 

 

SUNDAY RESULTS – January 6

(N-F-L football playoffs)

A-F-C WILD CARD GAME — L.A. Chargers 23, Baltimore 17 
N-F-C WILD CARD GAME —
Philadelphia 16, Chicago 15

BALTIMORE (AP) — Michael Badgley kicked five field goals, and the Los Angeles Chargers harassed and hounded Ravens rookie quarterback Lamar Jackson during a 23-17 victory Sunday in the opening round of the NFL playoffs.  Philip Rivers went 22 for 32 for 160 yards for Los Angeles, providing just enough offense to help the Chargers get even for a 22-10 loss to Baltimore just two weeks ago.

CHICAGO (AP) — Nick Foles hit Golden Tate with a 2-yard touchdown pass on fourth down with 56 seconds remaining against the NFL’s stingiest defense, lifting the defending Super Champion Philadelphia Eagles past the Chicago Bears 16-15 on Sunday in the final wild-card game.  Former Eagles kicker Cody Parkey hit the left upright and then the crossbar with a field-goal attempt from 43 yards with 10 seconds remaining, silencing the raucous crowd.  No team has repeated as Super Bowl champions since New England in 2004.

(college basketball)

(2) Michigan 74, (21) Indiana 63
(16) Marquette 70, Xavier 52
(19) Houston 90, Memphis 77
(22) Wisconsin 71, Penn State 52
(25) Iowa 93, (24) Nebraska 84

IOWA CITY, Iowa (AP) — In a game that Iowa simply had to have, junior Jordan Bohannon carried the 25th-ranked Hawkeyes with one of the best halves of his career.  Bohannon scored 22 of his season-high 25 points in the second half, Tyler Cook had 16 points and Iowa beat No. 24 Nebraska 93-84 on Sunday, snapping a three-game losing streak to open Big Ten play.  Ryan Kriener added 14 points in his first career start for the Hawkeyes (12-3, 1-3). They shot 29 of 32 from the free throw line in holding off the Huskers (11-4, 1-3).

(N-B-A basketball)

Brooklyn 117, Chicago 100
L.A. Clippers 106, Orlando 96
Minnesota 108, L.A. Lakers 86
Atlanta 106, Miami 82
Washington 116, Oklahoma City 98
Toronto 121, Indiana 105
Charlotte 119, Phoenix 113

(N-H-L hockey)

Carolina 5, Ottawa 4
Arizona 5, N.Y. Rangers 0
Vegas 3, New Jersey 2
Washington 3, Detroit 2
Winnipeg 5, Dallas 1
Edmonton 4, Anaheim 0
Chicago 5, Pittsburgh 3