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KLEM Local Schedule (week of January 28)

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MONDAY RESULTS – January 28

(bowling)

(G) Le Mars (9-0) 2757, OA-BCIG 2331.   HIGH SERIES:  Alison Zimmerman (406)  ..  Emma Jacobs (387) & Lexi Schroeder (372).  HIGH GAMES:  Alison Zimmerman (211).  NOTE:  The Le Mars girls have now won 60-straight matches and haven’t lost a dual in five years.

(B) Le Mars (9-0) 3044, OA-BCIG 2951.  HIGH SERIES:  Evan Berkenpas (480)  ..  Lane Poulson (428) & Bryce Timp (422).  HIGH GAMES:  Evan Berkenpas (246 & 244) & Lane Poulson (226).  NOTE:  The Le Mars boys have now won 48 straight dual meets.

(high school basketball)

(G) Storm Lake St. Mary’s 42, Remsen St. Mary’s 35
(B) Remsen St. Mary’s 54, Storm Lake St. Mary’s 28

(#4-2A) Cherokee Washington 94, Sergeant Bluff-Luton 84
(#3-3A)Sergeant Bluff-Luton 83, Cherokee Washington 58

WESTERN VALLEY CONFERENCE TOURNAMENT SEMIFINALS
(B) OA-BCIG 74, Kingsley-Pierson 53

(college basketball)

(2) Duke 83, Notre Dame 61
(16) Texas Tech 84, T-C-U 65

(N-B-A basketball)

Charlotte 101, New York 92
Golden State 132, Indiana 100
Boston 112, Brooklyn 104
Denver 95, Memphis 92
Atlanta 123, L.A. Clippers 118

(N-H-L hockey)

New Jersey 6, Pittsburgh 3
Philadelphia 3, Winnipeg 1

 

 

TUESDAY RESULTS – January 29

(high school basketball)

WAR EAGLE CONFERENCE
(G/B) Remsen St. Mary’s @ Gehlen Catholic – ppd. to Monday, Feb. 4
(G/B) Hinton @ Akron-Westfield – ppd. to Thursday
(G/B) MMCRU @ South O’Brien – ppd.
(G/B) Unity Christian @ West Sioux – ppd. to Monday, Feb. 4
(G/B) Harris-Lake Park @ Clay Central-Everly – ppd.
(G/B) Trinity Christian @ Hartley-Melvin-Sanborn – ppd.

LAKES CONFERENCE
(G/B) Spirit Lake @ Le Mars – ppd. to Thursday
(G/B) Spencer @ Cherokee Washington – ppd. to Thursday
(G/B) Western Christian @ Storm Lake – ppd. to Thursday

(college basketball)

Top-25 games:
(1) Tennessee 92, South Carolina 70
(3) Virginia 66, (23) North Carolina State 65, OT
(5) Michigan 65, Ohio State 49
(7) Kentucky 87, Vanderbilt 52
(8) Nevada 87, U-N-L-V 70
(9) North Carolina 77, Georgia Tech 54
Texas 73, (11) Kansas 63
(18) Buffalo 83, Ball State 59
(21) Maryland 70, Northwestern 52
Alabama 83, (22) Mississippi State 79
(24) Wisconsin 62, Nebraska 51

(N-B-A basketball)

Cleveland 116, Washington 113
Milwaukee 115, Detroit 105
Oklahoma City 126, Orlando 117
Brooklyn 122, Chicago 117
New Orleans 121, Houston 116
San Antonio 126, Phoenix 124
Philadelphia 121, L.A. Lakers 105

(N-H-L hockey)

Winnipeg 4, Boston 3, SO
Buffalo 5, Columbus 4
Philadelphia 1, N.Y. Rangers 0

 

 

WEDNESDAY RESULTS – January 30

(college basketball)

(M) Morningside 91, Midland Lutheran 58  (Le Mars alum, Tyler Borchers, had 17 pts. for Morningside)

Top-25 games:
(10) Marquette 76, Butler 58
(12) Virginia Tech 82, Miami 70
(14) Villanova 86, DePaul 74
(15) Louisville 82, Wake Forest 54
(19) L-S-U 72, Texas A&M 57
(20) Iowa State 93, West Virginia 68

AMES, Iowa (AP) – Lindell Wigginton scored a season-high 28 points off the bench and 20th-ranked Iowa State cruised past West Virginia 93-68, its fourth win in five games. Marial Shayok scored 18 points for the surging Cyclones (16-5, 5-3 Big 12), who shot 26 of 40 inside the 3-point line and 29 of 32 from the free throw line.

(N-B-A basketball)

Boston 126, Charlotte 94
Chicago 105, Miami 89
Dallas 114, New York 90
Denver 105, New Orleans 99
Minnesota 99, Memphis 97, OT
Washington 107, Indiana 89
Sacramento 135, Atlanta 113
Portland 132, Utah 105

(N-H-L hockey)

Pittsburgh 4, Tampa Bay 2
Dallas 1, Buffalo 0

 

 

THURSDAY RESULTS – January 31

(wrestling)

Le Mars (18-2) 43, Sioux City North 28.  Bulldog winners:  113#-Daniel Hinds (fall)  ..  132#-Jason Sudtelgte (fall)  ..  145#-Jacob Singer (MD 12-3)  ..  152#-Jake Francksen-Small (fall)  ..  170#-Colton Hoag (10-5 decision)  ..  182#-Robert Sadoski (fall)  ..  195#-Mason Mohr (5-0 decision)  ..  220#-Travis Theisen (fall)  ..  285#-Matthew Sauer (4-0 decision).

(high school basketball)

LE MARS — Gehlen Catholic’s guys and gals both returned to the win column Thursday night to halt two-game losing streaks, as the Gehlen girls beat Trinity Christian 42-26 and Gehlen boys held off the Trinity Christian boys 57-47 in a War Eagle Conference make-up doubleheader from January 18th.  The Lady Jays never trailed after scoring the first seven points of the game and led by as many as 19 in the second half before settling on a 16-point victory over the Tigers.  Junior Addison Weber relinquished her starting spot to a senior-led line-up for Brandon Schaecher Thursday but came off the bench to score 20 points, connecting on four three-pointers.  Gehlen improves to 12-6 for the season and 6-3 in the W-E-C.

The Gehlen boys used an 18-5 third quarter run to extend a 25-21 lead to a 17-point cushion as the Jays ran their record to 12-5 for the season and 5-4 in the War Eagle Conference with a 10-point victory over the Tigers.  Caden Kneip led the Jays scoring attack with 18 points while Jacob Nemmers added 12.  Torrey Heynen had 14 off the bench for Trinity Christian.

LE MARS — Senior Madison Dreckman made a school-record eight three-pointers Thursday night and finished with 28 points to lead No. 9 (4A) Le Mars to a 67-27 romp over visiting Spirit Lake in a make-up Lakes Conference game that was postponed Tuesday by the frigid weather.  The win was the ninth straight for the Lady Bulldogs as they improve to 13-3 for the year and 10-1 in the Lakes Conference.  Le Mars remains tied with Cherokee for the league lead with one game remaining.  Kylie Dreckman finished with a career-best 13 points while Annie Ellis had 11.  They both hit three treys, giving Le Mars 14 three’s for the night.

The Le Mars boys rebounded from the East loss last Saturday by beating Spirit Lake 56-45 Thursday night at the Bulldogs Competition gym.  Spencer Mackey led a balanced scoring attack with 15 points while Alex Irwin and Alec Dreckman finished with 12 points each.  The victory avenged a four-point loss at Spirit Lake back in December.  Le Mars improves to 9-8 for the season and 9-2 in the Lakes Conference.  The Dogs have won six of the last seven games.

WAR EAGLE CONFERENCE
(G) Gehlen Catholic (12-6/6-3) 42, Trinity Christian 26
(B) Gehlen Catholic (12-5/5-4) 57, Trinity Christian 47

(G) Akron-Westfield 60, Hinton 16
(B) Hinton 67, Akron-Westfield 51

(G) Boyden-Hull 53, Hartley-Melvin-Sanborn 33
(B) (#2-2A)Boyden-Hull 77, Hartley-Melvin-Sanborn 49

(G)
(B) (#9-1A)Sioux Central 70, Clay Central-Everly 33

(G) (#15-2A)Unity Christian 60, Rock Valley 51
(B) Unity Christian 67, Rock Valley 66

LAKES CONFERENCE
(G) S(#9-4A)LeMars (13-3/10-1) 67, Spirit Lake 27
(B) LeMars (9-8/9-2) 56, Spirit Lake 45

(G) (#4-2A)Cherokee Washington 75, Spencer 36
(B) Spencer 54, Cherokee Washington 41

(G) Western Christian 69, Storm Lake 49
(B) Storm Lake 78, (#10-2A)Western Christian

WESTERN VALLEY CONFERENCE TOURNAMENT
(G) (#12-1A)Kingsley-Pierson 72, Ridge View 54 (semifinals)
(G) Woodbury Central 44, (#13-1A)Westwood 41 (semifinals)

(B) Kingsley-Pierson 58, River Valley 43 (consolation)

(college basketball)

(W) Coe 76, Buena Vista 55  (Le Mars alums, Holly Schneider and her sister Jenn, had 6 and 3 pts. respectively for B-V)

(M) Coe 71, Buena Vista 67  (Le Mars alum, Jake Thompson, had 4 pts. for B-V)

Top-25 games:
(4) Gonzaga 93, B-Y-U 63
(13) Houston 73, Temple 66
(17) Purdue 99, Penn State 90, OT

(N-B-A basketball)

Detroit 93, Dallas 89
Orlando 107, Indiana 100
Milwaukee 105, Toronto 92
San Antonio 117, Brooklyn 114
L.A. Lakers 123, L.A. Clippers 120, OT
Philadelphia 113, Golden State 104

(N-H-L hockey)

N.Y. Rangers 4, New Jersey 3
Philadelphia 3, Boston 2, OT
Winnipeg 4, Columbus 3

 

 

FRIDAY RESULTS – February 1

(high school basketball)

HARTLEY — Gehlen Catholic used a pair of 9-0 runs in the first half to grab a 38-24 halftime lead and then blew the game wide open by outscoring Hartley-Melvin-Sanborn 20-4 in the third quarter and the Lady Jays beat the Hawks 73-41 Friday night in War Eagle Conference action at Hartley.  Addison Weber and Sydney Livermore led Gehlen with 19 points each as the Lady Jays improve to 13-6 for the season and 7-3 in the W-E-C.

The H-M-S boys pulled off a mild upset, overcoming a 23-21 halftime deficit to beat Gehlen Catholic 50-39 Friday night.  The loss was the third in the last four games for the slumping Jays, who fall to 12-6 on the season and 5-5 in the league race.  Jacob Nemmers led the punchless Jays with 13 points, all before halftime.  Zach Kraft had 12.  This marks the second time in the last three games Gehlen has been held under 40 points.  Ivan Abonce led all scorers with 16 for the Hawks and Cade Schiphoff added 13.  H-M-S improves to 8-11 and 5-5 in the W-E-C.

WAR EAGLE CONFERENCE
(G) Gehlen Catholic (13-6/7-3) 73, Hartley-Melvin-Sanborn 41
(B) Hartley-Melvin-Sanborn 50, Gehlen Catholic (12-6/5-5) 39

(G) (#15-1A)MMCRU 55, Hinton 24
(B) Hinton 60, MMCRU 59

(G) Remsen St. Mary’s 33, Trinity Christian 32, overtime
(B) Trinity Christian 49, Remsen St. Mary’s 46

(G) Akron-Westfield 53, South O’Brien 46
(B) South O’BRien 78, Akron-Westfield 47

(B) (#4-2A)West Sioux 82, Harris-Lake Park 44

(G) (#15-2A)Unity Christian 69, Clay Central-Everly 34
(B) Unity Christian 95, Clay Central-Everly 34

LAKES CONFERENCE
(G) (#4-2A)Cherokee Washington 79, Western Christian 51
(B) (#10-2A)Western Christian 72, Cherokee Washington 62

(G) Estherville/Lincoln Central 52, Spencer 40
(B) Spencer 57, Estherville/Lincoln Central 51

(G) Spirit Lake 62, Storm Lake 36
(B) Storm Lake 75, Spirit Lake 67

(college basketball)

 IOWA CITY, Iowa (AP) – Luka Garza scored 19 points, Joe Wieskamp added 16 and Iowa stunned fifth-ranked Michigan 74-59, handing the Wolverines just their second loss of the season. Ryan Kriener scored 15 points with 10 rebounds for the Hawkeyes, who snapped a two-game losing streak with by far their biggest win of the season.

Top-25 games:
Iowa 74, (5) Michigan 59
Bowling Green 92, (18) Buffalo 88
(24) Wisconsin 69, (21) Maryland 61

(N-B-A basketball)

Charlotte 100, Memphis 92
Boston 113, New York 99
Oklahoma City 118, Miami 102
Utah 128, Atlanta 112
Denver 136, Houston 122

(N-H-L hockey)

Washington 4, Calgary 3
Tampa Bay 1, N.Y. Islanders 0, SO
Pittsburgh 5, Ottawa 3
Chicago 7, Buffalo 3
Nashville 4, Florida 1
Carolina 5, Vegas 2
Detroit 3, Toronto 2, OT
Dallas 3, Minnesota 1

 

 

SATURDAY RESULTS – February 2

(wrestling)

CLASS 2A SECTIONAL MEET AT SIOUX CENTER — Bishop Heelan won the team title.

CLASS 2A SECTIONAL MEET AT SPENCER — Spirit Lake Park won the team title.

CLASS 1A SECTIONAL AT MAPLETON – Woodbury Central won the team title.

CLASS 1A SECTIONAL MEET AT INWOOD — West Sioux won the team title with Hinton third, Akron-Westfield fourth and Kingsley-Pierson sixth.  Hinton’s District qualifiers:  Wyatt Skuodas (2nd-113#), Aiden Christians (2nd-120#), Logan Sewell (2nd-152#), Derek Anderson (2nd-182#), & Thomas Bishop (2nd-195#).  Akron-Westfield’s District qualifiers:   Jader Briggs (1st-106#), Aydin Dicks (2nd-126#), John Henrich (42-0) (1st-160#), & Taylor Heeren (1st-220#).  Kingsley-Pierson’s District qualifier:  Alex Hanner (2nd-170#).

(high school basketball)

SIOUX FALLS — The Le Mars Bulldogs won for the seventh time in the last eight games, beating Hamlin, South Dakota 55-38 Saturday morning at the Pentagon Classic in Sioux Falls.  The Dogs improve to 10-8 for the season.  Alex Irwin tickled the twine for 19 points in the Pentagon Center with Aisea Toki adding 12 points and nine rebounds.

Pentagon Classic – (B) LeMars (10-8) 55, Hamlin (S.D.) 38

Pentagon Classic – (B) (#10-2A)Western Christian 60, Dakota Valley (S.D.) 57

Pentagon Classic – (B)Madison (S.D.) 80, Sioux City North 62

Pentagon Classic – (B) (#6-4A)Sioux City East 75, Sioux Falls Christian (S.D.) 70

(B) (#3-3A)Sergeant Bluff-Luton 93, St. Paul Humboldt (MN.) 58

Western Valley Conference Tournament finals — (G) (#11-1A)Kingsley-Pierson 68, Woodbury Central 66

(college basketball)

(M) Morningside 68, Mount Marty 56  (Le Mars alum, Tyler Borchers, had 20 points and 9 rebounds for Morningside)

(M) Northwestern 79, Concordia 64  (Hinton alum, Jay Small, had 8 pts. & Le Mars alum, Trent Hilbrands, had 5 pts. for NW)

(W) Nebraska Wesleyan 71, Buena Vista 68  (Le Mars alums, Holly Schneider, had 11 pts. & 14 reb. and her sister, Jenn, had no pts. for B-V)

(M) Nebraska Wesleyan 89, Buena Vista 86  (Le Mars alum, Jake Thompson, went scoreless for B-V)

 

Top-25 games:
(1) Tennessee 93, Texas A&M 76
(2) Duke 91, St. John’s 61
(3) Virginia 56, Miami 46
(4) Gonzaga 85, San Diego 69
Indiana 79, (6) Michigan State 75, OT
(7) Kentucky 65, Florida 54
(8) Nevada 93, Boise State 73
(9) North Carolina 79, (15) Louisville 69
(11) Kansas 79, (16) Texas Tech 63
(12) Virginia Tech 47, (23) NC State 24
Arkansas 90, (19) L-S-U 89
(20) Iowa State 65, Texas 60
(22) Mississippi State 81, Mississippi 75
(25) Florida State 59, Georgia Tech 49

AMES, Iowa (AP) — Talen Horton-Tucker scored 15 points, Marial Shayok had 12 and No. 20 Iowa State held off Texas 65-60 for its fifth win in six games. Nick Weiler-Babb had 11 points and seven rebounds for the Cyclones. They hit their last four field goals to avoid the upset. Kerwin Roach led Texas with 19 points.

(N-B-A basketball)

L.A. Clippers 111, Detroit 101
Charlotte 125, Chicago 118
Milwaukee 131, Washington 115
Orlando 102, Brooklyn 89
Dallas 111, Cleveland 98
Indiana 95, Miami 88
Golden State 115, L.A. Lakers 101
San Antonio 113, New Orleans 108
Atlanta 118, Phoenix 112
Denver 107, Minnesota 106
Houston 125, Utah 98
Sacramento 115, Philadelphia 108

(N-H-L hockey)

Philadelphia 5, Edmonton 4, OT
New Jersey 3, Montreal 2, OT
Detroit 2, Ottawa 0
St. Louis 4, Columbus 2
Florida 3, Vegas 1
N.Y. Islanders 4, Los Angeles 2
Winnipeg 9, Anaheim 3
Toronto 3, Pittsburgh 2
Dallas 3, Nashville 1
Tampa Bay 3, N.Y. Rangers 2
Chicago 4, Minnesota 3, OT
Vancouver 5, Colorado 1
San Jose 3, Arizona 2, OT

(N-F-L football)

ATLANTA (AP) — For towering tight end Tony Gonzalez, this was a slam dunk.  The 6-foot-5 Gonzalez, who turned the celebratory post-TD dunk over the crossbar into an art form, was voted into the Hall of Fame on Saturday.  Joining him will be two more first-time nominees, Champ Bailey and Ed Reed, along with another defensive back, Ty Law, and center Kevin Mawae; Law and Mawae were both in their third year as finalists.

ATLANTA (AP) — Patrick Mahomes’ breathtaking breakthrough season earned him the NFL’s Most Valuable Player award.  The Kansas City Chiefs quarterback landed a pair of honors at N-F-L Honors on Saturday night, taking The Associated Press 2018 M-V-P and Offensive Player of the Year awards. In his second pro season, Mahomes led Kansas City to its first A-F-C title game since 1993 with some of the most creative and clutch plays the league has seen in years.  Mahomes received 41 votes from a nationwide panel of media members who regularly cover the league. New Orleans quarterback Drew Brees got the other nine.

 

 

 

SUNDAY RESULTS – February 3

(N-F-L football)

SUPER BOWL LIII at Atlanta, Ga.
New England Patriots 13, Los Angeles Rams 3

ATLANTA (AP) — Defenses dominated what was supposed to be a super shootout, until Tom Brady led one classic drive to win the New England Patriots their record-tying sixth Super Bowl.  Brady threw two perfect passes to Rob Gronkowski to set up rookie Sony Michel’s 2-yard score — the only touchdown in the lowest-scoring Super Bowl ever. That put New England up 10-3. A late field goal clinched the game 13-3.  With 4:17 left, Stephon Gilmore picked off an ill-advised pass by Rams quarterback Jared Goff, who seemed overwhelmed by the big stage all night, at the New England 2.  Stephen Gostkowski made a 41-yard field goal with 1:12 remaining, completing a 72-yard march that took more than three minutes off the clock and included 26-yard runs by Michel and Rex Burkhead.

(college basketball)

(14) Villanova 77, Georgetown 65
(17) Purdue 73, Minnesota 63

(N-B-A basketball)

Memphis 96, New York 84
Boston 134, Oklahoma City 129
Toronto 121, L.A. Clippers 103

(N-H-L hockey)

Boston 1, Washington 0
Montreal 4, Edmonton 3, OT
Calgary 4, Carolina 3