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KLEM Local Schedule (week of January 14)

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MONDAY RESULTS – January 14

(high school basketball)

MOVILLE — Woodbury Central outscored Gehlen 32-15 in the second half and turned a 24-23 halftime lead into a 56-38 victory  Monday night in Moville.  The Lady Jays led 15-8 after the first quarter but could manage only 23 points over the final three quarters to fall to 10-4 for the season.  Freshman Lauren Heying had 11 points for Gehlen while Maddie Paulson led the Wildcats with 11 points.  Woodbury Central improves to 13-3.

Gehlen Catholic outscored Woodbury Central 22-8 in the third quarter Monday night to open up a 20-point lead after three periods and the Jays rebounded from Friday’s loss at Remsen to beat the Wildcats 67-48.  The win improves Gehlen’s record to 10-3.  Jacob Nemmers led the way Monday night with 20 points, connecting on four three-pointers.  Caden Kneip and Zach Kraft had 14 and 13 points respectively for the Jays.  Matt Carney had 14 points for Woodbury Central and Mitchell Countryman added another 13 for the Cats.  Gehlen hosts Hinton Tuesday night at the Deb Campbell gym.

(G) Woodbury Central 56, Gehlen Catholic (10-4) 38
(B) Gehlen Catholic (10-3) 67, Woodbury Central 48

(G) Remsen St. Mary’s (1-12) 49, River Valley 39
(B) Remsen St. Mary’s (9-3) 47, River Valley 46

(college basketball)

Syracuse 95, (1) Duke 91, OT
(7) Kansas 80, Texas 78
Pittsburgh 75, (11) Florida State 62
Nebraska 66, (25) Indiana 51

(N-B-A basketball)

Brooklyn 109, Boston 102
Houston 112, Memphis 94
Charlotte 108, San Antonio 93
Utah 100, Detroit 94
Sacramento 115, Portland 107
New Orleans 121, L.A. Clippers 117

(N-H-L hockey)

New Jersey 8, Chicago 5
Colorado 6, Toronto 3
Philadelphia 7, Minnesota 4
St. Louis 4, Washington 1
Montreal 3, Boston 2
Edmonton 7, Buffalo 2

 

 

TUESDAY RESULTS – January 15

(high school basketball)

SPENCER — The ninth-rated (4A) Le Mars Lady Bulldogs ran off 28 straight first half points after spotting Spencer a 2-0 lead and beat the Lady Tigers 52-18 Tuesday night in Lakes Conference basketball action in Spencer.  Senior Madison Dreckman scored 19 of her game-high 22 points in the first half as Le Mars rolled to a 28-4 halftime lead and took a 39-7 advantage into the final quarter.  The Lady Bulldogs have now won four in a row heading into Friday night’s showdown with league leader Cherokee at the Bulldogs Competition gym.  Le Mars improves to 10-3 for the season and 6-1 in Lakes Conference play.

In the boys half of Tuesday’s doubleheader in Spencer, Le Mars scored 27 fourth quarter points to pull away from Spencer in the final four minutes to win a key Lakes Conference battle against Spencer 59-50.  Sophomores Spencer Mackey and Alec Dreckman combined to score 19 points in the fourth quarter for the Bulldogs.  Dreckman finished a career-high 20 points while Mackey had 10 of his 13 points in the final period.  Alex Irwin added 15 points for the Dogs.  Freshman standout Karter Petzenhauser led the Tigers with 16 points, all after halftime.  Le Mars improves to 5-7 with their second straight win after ending a six-game losing streak last Friday.  The Bulldogs are 5-2 in the Lakes Conference, just a game in back of conference leader Western Christian.  The loss by Spencer ended their eight-game winning streak.  Le Mars has now won 20 of the last 21 from the Tigers.

LE MARS —The Gehlen Catholic girls rebounded from Monday’s loss at Moville with a 57-21 victory over Hinton in a non-conference match-up at the Deb Campbell gym in Le Mars.  Sydney Livermore led the Lady Jays with 14 points and Addison Weber chipped in with 11.  Aspen Coffee and Taylor Reuter led Hinton with six points each.  Gehlen improves to 11-4 while the Blackhawks slip to 5-10.

The Gehlen Catholic and Hinton boys battled to the finish for the second time this season.  The Jays completed a season series sweep with a  55-52 win over the Blackhawks.  Zach Kraft led a balanced scoring attack for the Jays with 19 points and Jacob Nemmers added 13 with Caden Kneip dropping in 11 to offset a 22-point night for Hinton’s Aiden Brock.  Gehlen improves to 11-3 for the season while Hinton slips to 5-9.

LAKES CONFERENCE
(G) (#9-4A)Le Mars (10-3/6-1) 52, Spencer 18
(B) Le Mars (5-7/5-2) 59 Spencer 50

(G) Western Christian 47, Spirit Lake 32
(B) (#8-2A)Western Christian 57, Spirit Lake 32

(G) (#4-2A)Cherokee Washington 73, Estherville/L-C 39
(B) Cherokee Washington 67, Estherville/L-C 60

(G) Carroll 54, Storm Lake 29
(B) Carroll 68, Storm Lake 67

WAR EAGLE CONFERENCE
(G) Gehlen Catholic (11-4) 57, Hinton (5-10) 21
(B) Gehlen Catholic (11-3) 55, Hinton (5-9) 52

(G) West Sioux 57, Remsen St. Mary’s 25
(B) (#5-2A)West Sioux 54, Remsen St. Mary’s 48

(G) MMCRU 67, Hartley-Melvin-Sanborn 34
(B) Hartley-Melvin-Sanborn 66, MMCRU 28

(G)
(B) Trinity Christian 57, Harris-Lake Park 47

(G) (#8-4A)Bishop Heelan 63, Unity Christian 56, overtime
(B) (#9-2A)Unity Christian 81, Bishop Heelan 74

WESTERN VALLEY CONFERENCE
(G) (#13-1A)Kingsley-Pierson 72, River Valley 24
(B) Kingsley-Pierson 50, River Valley 43

LAKES CONFERENCE
(G) (#9-4A)Le Mars (10-3/6-1) 52, Spencer 18
(B) Le Mars (5-7/5-2) 59 Spencer 50

(G) Western Christian 47, Spirit Lake 32
(B) (#8-2A)Western Christian 57, Spirit Lake 32

(G) (#4-2A)Cherokee Washington 73, Estherville/L-C 39
(B) Cherokee Washington 67, Estherville/L-C 60

(G) Carroll 54, Storm Lake 29
(B) Carroll 68, Storm Lake 67

WAR EAGLE CONFERENCE
(G) Gehlen Catholic (11-4) 57, Hinton (5-10) 21
(B) Gehlen Catholic (11-3) 55, Hinton (5-9) 52

(G) West Sioux 57, Remsen St. Mary’s 25
(B) (#5-2A)West Sioux 54, Remsen St. Mary’s 48

(G) MMCRU 67, Hartley-Melvin-Sanborn 34
(B) Hartley-Melvin-Sanborn 66, MMCRU 28

(G) Harris-Lake Park 50, Trinity Christian 28
(B) Trinity Christian 57, Harris-Lake Park 47

(G) (#8-4A)Bishop Heelan 63, Unity Christian 56, overtime
(B) (#9-2A)Unity Christian 81, Bishop Heelan 74

WESTERN VALLEY CONFERENCE
(G) (#13-1A)Kingsley-Pierson 72, River Valley 24
(B) Kingsley-Pierson 50, River Valley 43

(college basketball)

Top-25 games:
(3) Tennessee 106, Arkansas 87
(4) Virginia 81, (9) Virginia Tech 59
(10) Nevada 72, Boise State 71
(12) Kentucky 69, Georgia 49
(13) North Carolina 75, Notre Dame 69
(15) Marquette 74, Georgetown 71
(16) Buffalo 88, Western Michigan 79
Wake Forest 71, (17) North Carolina State 67
L-S-U 83, (18) Mississippi 69
(24) Mississippi State 71, Florida 68

(N-B-A basketball)

Indiana 131, Phoenix 97
Philadelphia 149, Minnesota 107
Atlanta 142, Oklahoma City 126
Milwaukee 124, Miami 86
Golden State 142, Denver 111
L.A. Lakers 107, Chicago 100

(N-H-L hockey)

Columbus 4, New Jersey 1
N.Y. Islanders 2, St. Louis 1, OT
N.Y. Rangers 6, Carolina 2
Montreal 5, Florida 1
Detroit 3, Anaheim 1
Nashville 7, Washington 2
Minnesota 3, Los Angeles 2, SO
Winnipeg 4, Vegas 1
Tampa Bay 2, Dallas 0
San Jose 5, Pittsburgh 2

 

 

WEDNESDAY RESULTS – January 16

(college basketball)

(M) Morningside 90, Nebraska Christian 50  (Le Mars alum Tyler Borchers had 11 pts. for Morningside)

(M) Northwestern 80, Dakota Wesleyan 77, overtime  (Hinton alum, Jay Small, had 13 pts. and Le Mars alum, Trent Hilbrands, had 11 pts. for NW)

(W) Wartburg 97, Buena Vista 72  (Le Mars alums, Holly Schneider, had 11 pts. and her sister Jenn had 7 pts. for B-V)

(M) Wartburg 95, Buena Vista 76  (Le Mars alum, Jake Thompson, had 13 pts. & 5 reb. for B-V)

Top-25 games:
Iowa State 68, (8) Texas Tech 64
(14) Auburn 85, Texas A&M 66
Kansas State 74, (20) Oklahoma 61
(21) Houston 69, S-M-U 58
(23) Iowa 89, Penn State 82

LUBBOCK, Texas (AP) – Marial Shayok scored 20 points, Michael Jacobson had 14 points and 10 rebounds and Iowa State beat No. 8 Texas Tech 68-64, handing the Red Raiders their first Big 12 loss. The Cyclones stopped a two-game losing streak coming off a 17-point win over No. 7 Kansas that gave them a 2-0 start in conference. The Red Raiders were the last team without a conference loss and missed on a chance for their first 5-0 start in the Big 12, going back to 1996-97.

STATE COLLEGE, Pa. (AP) – Luka Garza matched a season-high 22 points and also grabbed 12 rebounds and No. 23 Iowa edged Penn State 89-82. Jordan Bohannon added 19 points, Ryan Kriener notched 15 off the bench and Isaiah Moss and Joe Wieskamp scored 12 and 10 respectively for the Hawkeyes (15-3, 4-3 Big Ten) who won their fourth straight and ninth of 10. Josh Reaves and Rasir Bolton scored 16 points apiece for the Nittany Lions (7-11, 0-7) who led for most of the second half but lost their fifth straight.

(N-B-A basketball)

Detroit 120, Orlando 115, OT
Boston 117, Toronto 108
Brooklyn 145, Houston 142, OT
Milwaukee 111, Memphis 101
San Antonio 105, Dallas 101
Portland 129, Cleveland 112
Golden State 147, New Orleans 140
Utah 129, L.A. Clippers 109

(N-H-L hockey)

Ottawa 5, Colorado 2
Philadelphia 4, Boston 3
Buffalo 4, Calgary 3, OT
Edmonton 3, Vancouver 2, SO
Arizona 6, San Jose 3

 

 

THURSDAY RESULTS – January 17

(bowling)

(G) Le Mars (7-0) 2532, West Sioux 1624  —  HIGH SERIES:  Katelin Konz (381)  ..  Emma Jacobs (376)  ..  Lexi Schroeder (348) & Samantha Schiefen (347).  HIGH GAMES:  Katelin Konz (201) & Emma Jacobs (195).

(B) Le Mars (7-0) 2899, West Sioux 1952.  —  HIGH SERIES:  Trey Whiddon (408)  ..  Brady Poulson (379)  ..  Lane Poulson (378)  ..  Evan Berkenpas (368) & Jordan Presnall (358).  HIGH GAMES:  Evan Berkenpas (210) & Trey Whiddon (204, 204).

(wrestling)

double dual at Estherville

Le Mars (16-1/5-1) 45,  Estherville/Lincoln Central 28.  —  Bulldog winners:  106#-Blake Dirksen (fall)  ..  126#-Jason Hand (forfeit)  ..  132#-Jason Sudtelgte (fall)  ..  152#-Jake Francksen-Small (fall)  ..  160#-Dylan Carlson (fall)  ..  170#-Colton Hoag (5-1 decision)  ..  220#-Matthew Sauer (forfeit)  ..  285#-Travis Theisen (fall).

Emmetsburg 49, Le Mars (16-2) 15.  —  Bulldog winners:  170#-Colton Hoag (fall)  ..  220#-Travis Theisen (fall)  ..  285#-Austin Anderson (3-2 decision).

(high school basketball)

WAR EAGLE CONFERENCE
(G) Remsen St. Mary’s 52, Hartley-Melvin-Sanborn 35
(B) Remsen St. Mary’s 40, Hartley-Melvin-Sanborn 31

(G) (#13-1A)Kingsley-Pierson 71, MMCRU 60
(B) Kingsley-Pierson 60, MMCRU 59

(G) Akron-Westfield 47, Elk Point-Jefferson (S.D.) 34
(B) Akron-Westfield 59, Elk Point-Jefferson (S.D.) 56

(G) South O’Brien 54, Hinton 33
(B) South O’Brien 81, Hinton 32

(G) Unity Christian 62, Sioux Center 48
(B) Sioux Center 87, (#9-2A)Unity Christian 81, two overtimes

(G) Sioux Central 51, Harris-Lake Park 44
(B) Sioux Central 63, Harris-Lake Park 48

(G)
(B) Clay Central-Everly 51, West Bend-Mallard 47, overtime

LAKES CONFERENCE
(G) Storm Lake 41, Spencer 32
(B) Storm Lake 69, Spencer 60

(B) Cherokee Washington 57, Alta/Aurelia 55, overtime

(G)
(B) Estherville/L-C 53, Emmetsburg 45

(college basketball)

Top-25 games:
(5) Gonzaga 73, Loyola Marymount 55
(6) Michigan State 70, Nebraska 64

(N-B-A basketball)

Washington 101, New York 100
Philadelphia 120, Indiana 96
Sacramento 114, Charlotte 95
Toronto 111, Phoenix 109
Denver 135, Chicago 105
L.A. Lakers 138, Oklahoma City 128, OT

(N-H-L hockey)

Boston 5, St. Louis 2
N.Y. Islanders 4, New Jersey 1
N.Y. Rangers 4, Chicago 3
Toronto 4, Tampa Bay 2
Anaheim 3, Minnesota 0
Winnipeg 5, Nashville 1
Los Angeles 2, Dallas 1

 

 

FRIDAY RESULTS – January 18

(high school basketball)

LE MARS — No. 10 (4A) Le Mars connected on 12-of-18 fourth quarter foul shots to hold off a late charge by No. 4 (2A) Cherokee and the Lady Bulldogs handed the Bravettes their first loss of the season, 71-62 Friday night in Lakes Conference basketball action at the Bulldogs Competition gym.  Le Mars never trailed after building a 21-11 lead in the first quarter.  The Bulldogs went up by 14 midway through the third quarter before Cherokee closed to within 3 with 3:41 to play.  That’s when the Lady Bulldogs paraded to the foul line to close out the victory and avenge a five-point loss at Cherokee in early December.  Junior Jaelynn Dreckman had a career-high 25 points to lead the Lady Bulldogs in scoring with Madison Dreckman adding 19, hitting all six foul shot attempts in the fourth quarter and finishing 9-of-10 from the charity stripe for the game.  Le Mars hit 21-of-30 as a team from the line.  Sophomore JaMae Nichols led Cherokee (15-1) with 20 points, Payton Slaughter had 15 and Kassidy Pingel 14.  Le Mars improves to 11-3 while stretching their winning streak to five straight.  Le Mars and Cherokee are deadlocked for the league lead at 7-1 with four conference games to play.

In the boys game, Alex Irwin had a career high 32 points and Aisea Toki dropped in a career-best 19 points as Le Mars rolled to an 88-58 rout of Cherokee Friday night.  The victory marked the 300th in the coaching career of Bulldog head coach Dave Irwin, spanning stints at Sioux City North as the girls coach and later as the Cherokee boys coach before taking over the Le Mars program 17 years ago.  The Bulldogs built a 19-point halftime lead on the way to scoring a season-best 88 points.  Spencer Mackey added 14 points to the Bulldog cause as Le Mars improves to 6-7 for the season and 6-2 in the Lakes Conference.  Cherokee was paced by Ryan Hurd’s 12 points.  Le Mars travels to Estherville Monday for a Lakes Conference doubleheader.

LAKES CONFERENCE
(G) (#10-4A)Le Mars (11-3/7-1) 71, (#4-2A)Cherokee 62
(B) Le Mars (6-7/6-2) 88, Cherokee 58

(G/B) Estherville/L-C @ Spirit Lake – ppd. to Jan. 24

(G/B) Western Christian @ Tea Area (S.D.) – ppd.

WAR EAGLE CONFERENCE
(G/B) Trinity Christian @ Gehlen Catholic – ppd. to Jan. 31st

(G) MMCRU 53, Akron-Westfield 45
(B) Akron-Westfield 59, MMCRU 43

(G/B) Harris-Lake Park @ Unity Christian – ppd.

(G/B) West Sioux @ Clay Central-Everly – ppd. to Jan. 24

WESTERN VALLEY CONFERENCE
(G/B) West Monona @ Kingsley-Pierson – ppd. Jan. 21st

(college basketball)

Top-25 games:
(16) Buffalo 77, Eastern Michigan 65
(19) Maryland 75 Ohio State 61
(22) Villanova 85, Xavier 75

(N-B-A basketball)

Boston 122, Memphis 116
Brooklyn 117, Orlando 115
Detroit 98, Miami 93
San Antonio 116, Minnesota 113
Utah 115, Cleveland 99
Golden State 112, L.A. Clippers 94
Portland 128, New Orleans 112

(N-H-L hockey)

Montreal 4, Columbus 1
Florida 3, Toronto 1
Ottawa 4, Carolina 1
N.Y. Islanders 2, Washington 0
Calgary 6, Detroit 4
Pittsburgh 3, Arizona 2, OT
Vancouver 4, Buffalo 3

 

 

SATURDAY RESULTS – January 19

(wrestling)

IWCOA GIRLS STATE MEETLe Mars results:  170#-Jacenta Sargisson (13-1) won all of her matches, including a 10-1 MD in the championship match to finish 1st  ..  170#-Josie Matgen (3-8) went 1-2 and finished 4th  ..  195#-Claire Ohlrichs (0-4) lost both of her matches and finished 4th  ..  120#-Jaycee Davison (0-4) lost all three matches and did not place.

Bishop Heelan Tournament —  Bishop Heelan won the ten-team tournament title with Le Mars finishing 4th.  Bulldog results:  1st place – Jake Francksen-Small (152#), Colton Hoag (170#) & Travis Theisen (220#).  2nd place – Brennick Hoppe (195#).  3rd place – Robert Sadoski (182#) & Matthew Sauer (285#).  4th place – Blake Dirksen (106#), Daniel Hinds (113#), & Dylan Carlson (160#).  6th place – Drayden DeBoer (138#) & Mitchell Schilmoeller (145#).  7th place – Dakota Olsen (120#).

(high school basketball)

(B) Hinton 61, Siouxland Christian 51

(college basketball)

(M) Morningside 90, Northwestern 85  (Le Mars alum, Tyler Borchers, had 25 pts. for Morningside  .. Le Mars alum, Trent Hilbrands, had 27 pts. & 8 reb. for NW and Hinton alum, Jay Small, had 12 pts. for NW)

Iowa State 72, Oklahoma State 59

AMES, Iowa (AP) — Marial Shayok scored 20 points and Iowa State beat Oklahoma State 72-59, sweeping the season series with the Cowboys. Lindell Wigginton had 14 points on 5 of 8 shooting and Cam Lard added 12 points with five rebounds for the Cyclones (14-4, 4-2 Big 12), who forced 15 turnovers and used a late 13-2 run to hold off the Cowboys.

Top-25 games:
(1) Duke 74, (4) Virginia 70
Wisconsin 64, (2) Michigan 54
(3) Tennessee 71, Alabama 68
(5) Gonzaga 89, Portland 66
West Virginia 65, (7) Kansas 64
Baylor 73, (8) Texas Tech 62
(9) Virginia Tech 87, Wake Forest 71
(10) Nevada 67, Air Force 52
(12) Kentucky 82, (14) Auburn 80
(13) North Carolina 85, Miami 76
(17) North Carolina State 77, Notre Dame 73
(18) Mississippi 84, Arkansas 67
Texas 75, (20) Oklahoma 72
(21) Houston 69, South Florida 60
(24) Mississippi State 71,  Vanderbilt 55
Purdue 70, (25) Indiana 55

(N-B-A basketball)

Oklahoma City 117, Philadelphia 115
Charlotte 135, Phoenix 115
Indiana 111, Dallas 99
Milwaukee 118, Orlando 108
Sacramento 103, Detroit 101
Boston 113, Atlanta 105
Toronto 119, Memphis 90
Miami 117, Chicago 103
Houston 138, L.A. Lakers 134, OT
Denver 124, Cleveland 102

(N-H-L hockey)

Anaheim 3, New Jersey 2
Colorado 7, Los Angeles 1
St. Louis 3, Ottawa 2
N.Y. Rangers 3, Boston 2
Philadelphia 5, Montreal 2
Tampa Bay 6, San Jose 3
Dallas 4, Winnipeg 2
Florida 4, Nashville 2
Minnesota 2, Columbus 1
Vegas 7, Pittsburgh 3
Calgary 5, Edmonton 2

 

 

SUNDAY RESULTS – January 20

(N-F-L football playoffs)

AFC championship game:  New England 37, Kansas City 31, OT
NFC championship game:  L.A. Rams 26, New Orleans 23, OT

KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) — The New England Patriots are headed to their third straight Super Bowl, once more thanks to Tom Brady’s brilliance.  The five-time NFL champion guided the Patriots 75 yards after winning the overtime coin toss, and backup Rex Burkhead’s 2-yard TD lifted New England past Kansas City 37-31 for the AFC championship Sunday night.  The drive against an exhausted defense was reminiscent of when the Patriots beat Atlanta in the only Super Bowl to go to OT two years ago.  New England (13-5) benefited from two critical replay reviews and made its ninth Super Bowl with Brady at quarterback and Bill Belichick as coach.  It’s the first time both conference title games went to OT.

NEW ORLEANS (AP) — Greg Zuerlein kicked a 57-yard field goal in overtime to send the Los Angeles Rams to the Super Bowl with a 26-23 victory over the New Orleans Saints in the NFC championship game Sunday.  The stunning finish came after New Orleans got the ball first in the extra period. Under pressure, Drew Brees fluttered up a pass that was picked off by John Johnson III, who was able to hang on to the interception while falling onto his back.  The Rams weren’t able to do much offensively, but it didn’t matter. Zuerlein, who had already delivered a tying 48-yard kick with 15 seconds left in regulation, booted through the winning field goal with plenty of room to spare.

(college basketball)

Boston College 87, (11) Florida State 82
(15) Marquette 79, Providence 68
(23) Iowa 95, Illinois 71

IOWA CITY, Iowa (AP) — Freshman Joe Wieskamp matched a career high with 24 points and No. 23 Iowa shot 68 percent from the field in routing Illinois 95-71 on Sunday for its fifth straight victory.  Isaiah Moss scored a season-high 21 points and Luka Garza added 20 for the Hawkeyes (16-3, 5-3 Big Ten), who shot 34 of 50 from the field to set a record for Carver-Hawkeye Arena. They hit 12 of their first 14 3-point attempts and 15 overall to blow past the young but talented Fighting Illini.

(N-B-A basketball)

Indiana 120, Charlotte 95
L.A. Clippers 103, San Antonio 95
Minnesota 116, Phoenix 114

(N-H-L hockey)

Chicago 8, Washington 5
N.Y. Islanders 3, Anaheim 0
Vancouver 3, Detroit 2
Arizona 4, Toronto 2
Carolina 7, Edmonton 4