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KLEM Local Schedule (week of February 4)

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MONDAY RESULTS – February 4

(bowling)

(G) Le Mars (10-0) 2954, MMCRU 2122.  HIGH SERIES:  (Le Mars) Sydney Schoenfelder (461), Alison Zimmerman (444), & Samantha Scheifen (400).  (MMCRU) Megan Wurth (342) & Blacey Stodden (303).  HIGH GAMES:  (Le Mars) Sydney Schoenfelder (238) & Alison Zimmerman (233).  (MMCRU) Megan Wurth (178 & 164) & Hailey Klein (152).

(B) Le Mars (11-0) 3100, MMCRU 2947, West Sioux 1787.  HIGH SERIES:  (Le Mars) Brady Poulson (471), Evan Berkenpas (457) & Jordan Presnall (416).  (MMCRU) Ethan Reidemann (461), Mitch Rhodes (416) & Nathan Reusch (409).  HIGH GAMES:  (Le Mars) Brady Poulson (258), Evan Berkenpas (236 & 221).  (MMCRU) Ethan Reidemann (252) & Mitch Rhodes (245).

NOTE:  Le Mars senior Lexi Schroeder moved to a school record 18, 601 career pins topping all previous male & female bowlers at Le Mars Community.

(high school basketball)

LE MARS — The Gehlen Catholic girls won their third in a row, reeling off 15 unanswered points in the second quarter, to take a 32-9 lead by halftime and the Lady Jays rolled to a 61-29 victory over Remsen St. Mary’s Monday night at the Deb Campbell gym.  The victory improves Gehlen’s record to 14-6 for the season and drops Remsen St. Mary’s to 3-17.  Both teams close out their 2018-19 regular seasons Tuesday night.  Addison Weber, Sydney Livermore and Annissa Kleich all finished with 12 points each for Gehlen while Sydney Schroeder had 17 points for Remsen St. Mary’s to lead all scorers.

The Remsen St. Mary’s boys rebounded from a three-point loss Friday at Trinity Christian with a 68-50 win over Gehlen Catholic Monday night in a make-up from last Tuesday.  Spencer Schorg led the Hawks (14-5) with 22 points and Skyler Waldschmitt added 21.  Gehlen (12-7) was led by Zach Kraft with 18 points and Caden Kneip’s 12.  Gehlen closed a 29-25 halftime deficit to 31-29 with 6:24 to play in the third quarter but the Hawks responded with an 8-0 run and finished the quarter with a 19-8 burst for a 13-point lead going into the final eight minutes.  Gehlen never got closer than ten after that.  Gehlen travels to Akron-Westfield Tuesday night to close out War Eagle Conference play while Remsen St. Mary’s plays at Unity Christian.

(G) Gehlen Catholic (14-6) 61, Remsen St. Mary’s (3-17) 29
(B) Remsen St. Mary’s (14-5) 68, Gehlen Catholic (12-7) 50

**(G) (#15-2A)Unity Christian @ West Sioux
(B) (#3-2A)West Sioux (19-0) 76, Unity Christian 67

(G) South O’Brien 61, (#15-1A)MMCRU 60
(B) South O’Brien 64, MMCRU 27

(college basketball)

Top-25 games:
(16) Louisville 72, (11) Virginia Tech 64
(18) Texas Tech 81, West Virginia 50
(17) Iowa State 75, Oklahoma 74

NORMAN, Okla. (AP) – Lindell Wigginton scored 17 points to help lead No. 17 Iowa State to a 75-74 victory over Oklahoma. Marial Shayok added 16 points, 10 in the final eight minutes, including a crucial off-balance 3-pointer as the shot clock expired with 1:19 remaining, for Iowa State (18-5, 7-3 Big 12).

(N-B-A basketball)

Atlanta 137, Washington 129
Detroit 129, Denver 103
Milwaukee 113, Brooklyn 94
Indiana 109, New Orleans 107
Houston 118, Phoenix 110
Sacramento 127, San Antonio 112

(N-H-L hockey)

Los Angeles 4, N-Y Rangers 3, OT
Philadelphia 2, Vancouver 1
Toronto 6, Anaheim 1
Dallas 5, Arizona 4

 

 

TUESDAY RESULTS – February 5

(wrestling)

CLASS 1A REGIONAL DUALS FINALS
West Sioux 63, West Lyon 18
Missouri Valley 35, Woodbury Central 28

CLASS 2A REGIONAL DUALS FINALS
Sergeant Bluff-Luton 41, Bishop Heelan 21
Emmetsburg 42, GT/RA 25
Clarion-Goldfield 56, Spencer 15

(high school basketball)

HULL — No. 9 (4A) Le Mars trailed Western Christian 28-18 with 6:29 to play in the third quarter before going on a 17-5 run to take a 35-33 lead into the 4th quarter and the Lady Bulldogs claimed a 50-40 victory Tuesday night to clinch a co-championship with Cherokee in the Lakes Conference race.  Annie Ellis and Jaelynn Dreckman scored 19 points each to lead Le Mars.  All-time career scoring leader, Madison Dreckman, was held to a season-low 3 points on one field goal and a free throw.  She didn’t even take a shot in the first half.  Olivia Granstra led the Wolfpack with 12 points.  Le Mars stretched their winning streak to ten straight as they improve to 16-3 for the season and finish 11-1 in their final Lakes Conference season.

The Western Christian boys closed the first half on a 12-0 run to erase a 19-18 Bulldog lead and the Wolfpack led 32-19 at halftime and Le Mars never recovered, dropping a 59-47 decision at Hull Tuesday night.  The Bulldogs did manage to close the gap to six by the end of the third quarter and Jaxon Baumgartner’s three-pointer in the opening minute of the final period made it a three-point game with 7:48 to play.  But Western answered with a 5-0 run and were never threatened seriously again.  The outcome sent the Lakes Conference race into a three-way tie for first place between Le Mars, Western Christian and Storm Lake at 9-3.  Le Mars fell to 10-9 for the season.   Alex Irwin led the Bulldogs with 21 points while Carter Broek had 19 for the Wolfpack.  The Le Mars guys and gals host Vermillion Friday night and Sioux City West Saturday afternoon.

AKRON — Akron-Westfield and Gehlen Catholic divided a pair of War Eagle Conference decisions in Akron Tuesday night.  A-W claimed the girls game 67-60 while Gehlen completed a sweep of their season series with the Westerners, winning the boys game 64-61.  Rachel Langel had a career-high 21 points to lead Gehlen while Addison Weber and Katelyn Langel contributed 12 points each.  Natalie Nielsen led all scorers with 24 points for Akron-Westfield with Brooke Koele dropping in 16 and Jaden Harris 12.  The Westerners outscored the Lady Jays 25-9 in the third quarter to erase a 27-23 halftime deficit.  Gehlen closed out the regular season at 14-7 and finished at 7-4 in the W-E-C.  Akron-Westfield finishes at 13-8 with a 7-3 league mark.

The Gehlen Catholic boys won for only the second time in the last six games, winning a hard-fought three-point victory in a game that was close all evening.  A-W led 17-13 after the first quarter and Gehlen had a 30-29 halftime advantage.  The Westerners went back in front by four after three quarters.  Zach Kraft led a balanced scoring attack for Gehlen with 17 points, Caden Kneip had 15 and Jacob Nemmers and Carter DeRocher had 11 each.  Reagan Frankl led A-W’s scoring with 18, Nick Jacobs had 15 and Aaron Hartman 10.  Gehlen improves to 13-7 for the season and finished at 6-5 in the W-E-C.  Akron-Westfield falls to 7-13 and finished at 4-6 in league play.

LAKES CONFERENCE
(G) (#9-4A)LeMars (16-3/11-1) 50, Western Christian 40
(B) Western Christian 59, LeMars (10-9/9-3) 47

(G) (#4-2A)Cherokee Washington 60, Spirit Lake 33
(B) Spirit Lake 68, Cherokee Washington 55

(G) Estherville/L-C 60, Storm Lake 52
(B) Storm Lake 66, Estherville/L-C 61

WAR EAGLE CONFERENCE
(G) Akron-Westfield 67, Gehlen Catholic (14-7/7-4) 60
(B) Gehlen Catholic (13-7/6-5) 64, Akron-Westfield 61

(G) West Sioux 59, Hinton 35
(B) (#3-2A)West Sioux (20-0) 71, Hinton 59

(G) (#15-2A)Unity Christian 60, Remsen St. Mary’s 19
(B) Unity Christian 63, Remsen St. Mary’s 40

(G) South O’Brien 64, Hartley-Melvin-Sanborn 34
(B) South O’Brien 70, Hartley-Melvin-Sanborn 25

(G) Clay Central-Everly 43, Trinity Christian 32
(B) Trinity Christian 62, Clay Central-Everly 28

WESTERN VALLEY CONFERENCE
(G) (#11-1A)Kingsley-Pierson 55, Elk Point-Jefferson (S.D.) 48
(B) Kingsley-Pierson 73, Elk Point-Jefferson (S.D.) 71

(college basketball)

Top-25 games:
(1) Tennessee 72, Missouri 60
(2) Duke 80, Boston College 55
(5) Kentucky 76, South Carolina 48
(7) Michigan 77, Rutgers 65
(8) North Carolina 113, North Carolina State 96
Illinois 79, (9) Michigan State 74
St. John’s 70, (10) Marquette 69
Kansas State 74, (13) Kansas 67
(22) Florida State 80, Syracuse 62

(N-B-A basketball)

Boston 103, Cleveland 96
Indiana 136, L.A. Lakers 94
L.A. Clippers 117, Charlotte 115
Detroit 105, New York 92
Memphis 108, Minnesota 106
Oklahoma City 132, Orlando 122
Toronto 119, Philadelphia 107
Miami 118, Portland 108

(N-H-L hockey)

Boston 3, N.Y. Islanders 1
Washington 3, Vancouver 2
Carolina 4, Pittsburgh 0
Los Angeles 5, New Jersey 1
Buffalo 5, Minnesota 4, SO
St. Louis 3, Florida 2
Vegas 3, Tampa Bay 2, SO
Montreal 4, Anaheim 1
Nashville 5, Arizona 2
San Jose 3, Winnipeg 2, OT
Columbus 6, Colorado 3
Chicago 6, Edmonton 2

 

 

WEDNESDAY RESULTS – February 6

(wrestling)

CLASS 3A REGIONAL DUALS AT FORT DODGE
#13-Cedar Falls 45, #19-Le Mars (18-3) 18.  Bulldog winners:  152#-Jake Francksen-Small (injury default)  ..  182#-Robert Sadoski (9-4 decision)  ..  195#-Mason Mohr (8-1 decision)  ..  220#-Travis Theisen (fall :45).

(college basketball)

(M) Morningside 79, Concordia 64  (Le Mars alum, Tyler Borchers, scored 26 pts. and had 6 reb. & 3 blocked shots for Morningside)

(M) Briar Cliff 92, Northwestern 83  (Le Mars alum, Trent Hilbrands, had 26 pts. and Hinton alum, Jay Small, added 15 for NW)

(W) Buena Vista 85, Central 61 (Le Mars alums, Holly Schneider and Jenn Schneider, had 12 pts. & 6 pts. respectively for B-V)

(M) Buena Vista 108, Central 78  (Le Mars alum, Jake Thompson, scored 10 pts. for B-V)

Top-25 games:
(6) Nevada 98, Colorado St. 82
(14) Villanova 66, Creighton 59, OT
(19) Wisconsin 56, Minnesota 51
(21) L-S-U 92, Mississippi State 88, OT
(24) Maryland 60, Nebraska 45

(N-B-A basketball)

Brooklyn 135, Denver 130
Milwaukee 148, Washington 129
New Orleans 125, Chicago 120
Dallas 99, Charlotte 93
Utah 116, Phoenix 88
Houston 127, Sacramento 101
Golden State 141, San Antonio 102

(N-H-L hockey)

Toronto 5, Ottawa 4
N.Y. Rangers 4, Boston 3, SO

(major league baseball news)

NEW YORK (AP) – Major League Baseball and its players are discussing bold changes to spark the sport. They include a three-batter minimum before a pitching change except at the start of an inning, a single trade deadline set before the All-Star break and expanded rosters. The union is renewing its push to extend the designated hitter to the National League. And management is proposing expanding minimum time on the disabled list.

 

 

THURSDAY RESULTS – February 7

(high school basketball)

CLASS 1A GIRLS REGIONALS
(region 1)
West Bend-Mallard at Storm Lake St. Mary’s – ppd. to Friday
Harris-Lake Park at George-Little Rock – ppd. to Saturday at 6 pm
Graettinger-Terril/Ruthven-Ayrshire at Clay Central-Everly – ppd. to Friday
Remsen St. Mary’s at Akron-Westfield – ppd. to Friday
Trinity Christian at (#15) MMCRU -ppd. to Saturday at 1 pm

(region 8)
River Valley at Siouxland Christian – ppd. to Friday at 6 pm
Riverside at Ar-We-Va – ppd. to Saturday at 1 pm
West Harrison 66, Heartland Christian 39
Whiting at Boyer Valley – ppd. to Saturday at 6 pm
Woodbine at Glidden-Ralston – ppd. to Saturday 

regular season games:
(B) Spencer @ M-O-C/Floyd Valley – cancelled
(B) Western Christian @ Sioux Falls Christian (S.D.) – cancelled
(B) Storm Lake @ South Central Calhoun – cancelled
(G/B) Lawton-Bronson @ West Sioux – cancelled

(college basketball)

Top-25 games:
(4) Gonzaga 92, San Francisco 62
(12) Houston 77, U-C-F 68
(20) Iowa 77, Indiana 72
(25) Cincinnati 69, Memphis 64

BLOOMINGTON, Ind. (AP) – Jordan Bohannon matched his season high with 25 points, including scoring the last 11 for No. 20 Iowa as the Hawkeyes held on for a 77-72 victory at Indiana. Tyler Cook added 21 points as Iowa won its second straight.

(N-B-A basketball)

Indiana 116, L.A. Clippers 92
Orlando 122, Minnesota 112
Toronto 119, Atlanta 101
L.A. Lakers 129, Boston 128
Oklahoma City 117, Memphis 95
Portland 127, San Antonio 118

(N-H-L hockey)

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

 

 

FRIDAY RESULTS – February 8

(high school basketball)

PAULLINA — Jackson Louscher poured in 28 points Friday night to lead South O’Brien to a 68-53 victory over Gehlen Catholic in the final regular season game for both teams.  The Wolverines connected on 11-of-15 first quarter shots (73%) to race out to a 15-point lead after eight minutes and stretched that lead to 17 points in the opening minute of the second period.  From there, Gehlen outscored South O’Brien 21-13 to the half to trim the lead to 43-32 at the break.  The Jays started the second half on a 9-0 run to pull to within 43-41 with 2:42 to play in the third stanza.  The score was tied at 47-all going into the fourth quarter and the Jays took their only lead of the night at 49-47 with 6:29 to play in the game.  The Wolverines answered with a 5-0 run to reclaim the lead and out scored the Jays 21-6 in the final quarter to win by 15.  Jacob Nemmers led Gehlen with 17 points while Caden Kneip added 13.  The Jays finish the regular season with a 13-8 record, dropping five-of-their final seven games.  Gehlen opens 1A District Tournament play next Thursday at home against Siouxland Christian.

LE MARS — Le Mars opened a two-game weekend with a doubleheader sweep of visiting Vermillion Friday night with the girls winning 49-41 and the boys held off the Tanagers to win 68-61.  In the girls game, the Lady Bulldogs fell behind early in the fourth quarter before they rallied past Vermillion, closing on an 11-1 run for an eight-point win.  It was the 11th straight victory for Le Mars as the Lady Bulldogs improve their record to 17-3.  The Tanagers fall to 12-4.  Jaelynn Dreckman and Madison Dreckman led the way to victory for Le Mars with 19 and 16 points respectively.  Lexi Saunders finished with 15 for Vermillion and Rachel Brady added 13.

The Le Mars boys built a 47-29 halftime lead before Vermillion battled back to within five points early in the fourth quarter before the Bulldogs nailed down the seven-point victory.  Senior Alex Irwin poured in 30 points for Le Mars, two shy of his career high.  Irwin and Alec Dreckman combined to hit seven three-pointers.  Dreckman netted 13 points off the bench.  Aisea Toki had 12 for Le Mars.  Vermillion countered with good balance with four of their five starters registering double digits.  Le Mars improves to 11-9 while Vermillion falls to 10-7.

(B) South O’Brien 68, Gehlen Catholic (13-8) 53

(G) (#9-4A)LeMars (17-3) 49, Vermillion (S.D.) 41
(B) LeMars (11-9) 68, Vermillion (S.D.) 61

(B) Kingsley-Pierson 72, MMCRU 47
(B) Remsen St. Mary’s 62, Woodbury Central 37
(B) Akron-Westfield 59, Westwood 55
(G) Unity Christian 76, West Sioux (make-up) 48
(B) Trinity Christian 42, Hartley-Melvin-Sanborn 41, overtime
(B) GT/RA 54, Harris-Lake Park 53, two overtimes
(B) Tea Area (S.D.) 54, Western Christian 52
(B) Sioux City West 62, Spirit Lake 32

CLASS 1A GIRLS REGIONALS (make-up games from Thursday)(region 1) 
West Bend-Mallard 46, Storm Lake St. Mary’s 35
GT/RA 54, Clay Central-Everly 32
Akron-Westfield 60, Remsen St. Mary’s 22

(region 8)
Glidden-Ralston 54, Woodbine 38
Siouxland Christian 56, River Valley 32

(N-B-A basketball)

Detroit 120, New York 103
Philadelphia 117, Denver 110
Washington 119, Cleveland 106
Chicago 125, Brooklyn 106
Milwaukee 122, Dallas 107
Golden State 117, Phoenix 107
New Orleans 122, Minnesota 117
Sacramento 102, Miami 96

(N-H-L hockey)

Carolina 3, N.Y. Rangers 0

 

 

SATURDAY RESULTS – February 9

(wrestling)

3A DISTRICT MEET AT FORT DODGE – (team standings)  1. Ankeny Centennial (243)  ..  2. Fort Dodge (236.5)  ..  3. Le Mars (159)  ..  4. Storm Lake (135.5)  ..  5. Sioux City East (124)  ..  6. Sioux City North (110)  ..  7. Boone (78)  ..  8. Sioux City West (14).

Le Mars qualified two wrestlers for the 3A State meet next Thursday, Friday and Saturday at the Wells Fargo Arena in Des Moines.  Jake Francksen-Small will make his first State meet appearance after winning the 152# title Saturday with a 4-3 victory.  Francksen-Small missed a spot in the State meet last year when he lost in the finals and then lost in a wrestleback at the Districts.  Travis Theisen returns to Des Moines at 220#, winning the District title with an 11-5 championship match victory.  This will be his second appearance at the State meet.

Colton Hoag lost his 170# championship match in a Major Decision, 11-3, and then was pinned in a wrestleback to deny his shot at a State appearance.

1A DISTRICT MEET AT SIBLEY-OCHEYEDAN —(team standings) 1. West Sioux  ..  2. Woodbury Central  ..  3. Akron-Westfield  ..  8. Hinton  ..  12. Kingsley-Pierson.   Plymouth County 1A State meet qualifiers:  (Hinton)  Aiden Christians (120#)-2nd.  (Akron-Westfield)   Jader Briggs (106#)-1st & John Henrich (43-0) (160#)-1st.

(high school basketball)

LE MARS — Sophomore Kylie Dreckman hit a lay-up off the right side of the lane with eight seconds to play Saturday afternoon to lift No. 9 (4A) Le Mars to a 43-41 victory over Sioux City West at the Bulldogs Competition gym.  The win extended the Lady Bulldogs winning streak to 12 straight and closed out the regular season at 18-3.  Jaelynn Dreckman, who fed Kylie the pass for the game-winning shot, finished with 18 points to lead the Le Mars scoring while Shaniah Temple dropped in 10.  Le Mars opens 4A Regional play next Saturday at home against the winner of Wednesday’s game between Sergeant Bluff-Luton and Spencer.

The Sioux City West boys steam-rolled over Le Mars 82-59 Saturday in the second half of the non-conference doubleheader.  The Wolverines broke away from an 8-all tie late in the first quarter to lead by ten going into the second period and extended the lead to 23 by halftime.  West led by as many as 30 in the final quarter.  The win extended the Wolverines win streak to seven as they improve to 15-4.  Le Mars falls to 11-10 heading into their regular season finale’ Tuesday at Sioux City North.  Cliff McCray led West with 16, Adien Belt had 15, Marcus McCray 12 and Kaleb Hegna finished with 11.  Alex Irwin and Spencer Mackey had 17 points each for Le Mars.

regular season:
(G) (#9-4A)Le Mars (18-3) 43, Sioux City West 41
(B) Sioux City West 82, LeMars (11-10) 59

(G) Council Bluffs A-L 56, (#8-4A)Bishop Heelan 48
(B) Lawton-Bronson @ Bishop Heelan

CLASS 1A GIRLS REGIONALS (make-up games from Thursday)
(region 1)
George-Little Rock 70, Harris-Lake Park 50
MMCRU 62, Trinity Christian 33

(region 8)
Ar-We-Va 53, Riverside 35
Boyer Valley 69, Whiting 14

CLASS 2A GIRLS REGIONALS
(region 1)
West Lyon 71, Sibley-Ocheyedan 27
Boyden-Hull 56, Hinton 21
Rock Valley 62, Lawton-Bronson 53
Central Lyon 58, Western Christian 52

(region 2)
East Sac County 70, Alta-Aurelia 42
Ridge View 71, Hartley-Melvin-Sanborn 47
Fort Dodge St. Edmond 48, Belmond-Klemme 36
Emmetsburg 48, Manson-NW Webster 36

(region 8)
Council Bluffs St. Albert 61, Underwood 47
AHSTW 67, Tri-Center 41
West Monona 52, MVAUCOU 38
Logan-Magnolia 50, Missouri Valley 32

CLASS 3A GIRLS REGIONAL QUARTERFINALS
(region 1)
#4-Algona 70, OA-BCIG 39
Estherville/L-C 41, Spirit Lake 36
Sioux Center 49, #10-Okoboji 48
M-O-C/Floyd Valley 48, Sheldon 32

(college basketball)

(M) Morningside 97, Briar Cliff 79  (Le Mars alum, Tyler Borchers, had 14 pts. & 13 reb. for Morningside)

(M) Northwestern 88, Hastings 85  (Le Mars alum, Trent Hilbrands, had 29 pts. & Hinton alum, Jay Small, had 7 pts. for NW)

(W) Buena Vista 95, Dubuque 73  (Le Mars alums, Jennifer Schneider, had 19 pts. & Holly Schneider had 13 pts. & 6 reb. for BV)

(M) Buena Vista 83, Dubuque 61  (Le Mars alum, Jake Thompson, had 6 pts. for BV)

Top 25 games:
(1) Tennessee 73, Florida 61
(2) Duke 81, (3) Virginia 71
(4) Gonzaga 94, Saint Mary’s 46
(5) Kentucky 71, Mississippi State 67
(6) Nevada 91, New Mexico 62
(7) Michigan 61, (19) Wisconsin 52
(8) North Carolina 88, Miami 85, OT
(9) Michigan State 79, Minnesota 55
(10) Marquette 66, (14) Villanova 65
Clemson 59, (11) Virginia Tech 51
(13) Kansas 84, Oklahoma State 72
(15) Purdue 81, Nebraska 62
(22) Florida State 80, (16) Louisville 75, OT
T-C-U 92, (17) Iowa State 83
(18) Texas Tech 66, Oklahoma 54
(21) LSU 83, Auburn 78
(23) Buffalo 90, Central Michigan 76

AMES, Iowa (AP) — Kendric Davis scored season-high 22 points and T-C-U stunned No. 17 Iowa State 92-83 for its first road win over a Top 25 team in 21 years. Kouat Noi, Desmond Bane and Alex Robinson each had 17 for the Horned Frogs. They used a staggering 27-4 first-half run to blow past the Cyclones and greatly boost their NCAA Tournament chances.

(N-B-A basketball)

Utah 125, San Antonio 105
Indiana 105, Cleveland 90
Charlotte 129, Atlanta 120
Toronto 104, New York 99
L.A. Clippers 123, Boston 112
Memphis 99, New Orleans 90
Washington 134, Chicago 125
Oklahoma City 117, Houston 112
Orlando 103, Milwaukee 83

(N-H-L hockey)

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

 

 

SUNDAY RESULTS – February 10

(college basketball)

Top 25 games:
(12) Houston 65, (25) Cincinnati 58
(20) Iowa 80, Northwestern 79

IOWA CITY, Iowa (AP) — Jordan Bohannon hit a 3-pointer from 23 feet with three-tenths of a second remaining as No. 20 Iowa rallied from a 13-point deficit and beat Northwestern 80-79 Sunday night.  Bohannon scored his first points with 5:28 to go on a jumper and finished with 15 points with 3-for-4 shooting from 3-point range, including the winner for Iowa (19-5, 8-5, Big Ten).  Freshman Joe Wieskamp scored 21 points, including a 3-pointer that was part of the Hawkeyes’ comeback with less than six minutes remaining. Tyler Cook had 19 points and 11 rebounds, and Isaiah Moss scored 16 points on 6-for-12 shooting.

(N-B-A basketball)

Dallas 102, Portland 101
Philadelphia 143, L.A. Lakers 120
Sacramento 117, Phoenix 104
Orlando 124. Atlanta 108
Golden State 120, Miami 118

(N-H-L hockey)

St. Louis 5, Nashville 4, OT
New Jersey 3, Carolina 2
Boston 2, Colorado 1, OT
Winnipeg 3, Buffalo 1
Chicago 5, Detroit 2
N.Y. Islanders 2, Minnesota 1
Tampa Bay 5, Florida 2
N.Y. Rangers 4, Toronto 1