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KLEM Local Schedule (week of March 4)

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MONDAY RESULTS – March 4

(high school basketball)

BOYS STATE TOURNAMENT AT THE WELLS FARGO ARENA IN DES MOINES

DES MOINES — Remsen St. Mary’s squandered a 10-point third quarter lead Monday afternoon before Spencer Schorg and Brayden Ricke hit two foul shots each in the final 45 seconds of the game to rally the Hawks to a 58-55 win over Prince of Peace from Clinton in the 1A quarterfinals in Des Moines.  The Irish took a 55-54 lead on two foul shots by Kaidion Larson with 56 seconds to play before Schorg’s two free throws with 45 seconds left put St. Mary’s back in front 56-55.  Ricke’s two foul shots with 25 seconds to go extended the lead to three.  Ricke missed a pair of charity shots with 7.5 seconds remaining that could have iced the victory, opening the door for Prince of Peace to tie it with a three-pointer.  Schorg, however,  fouled Larson before he could launch a three-point attempt, sending him to the free throw line for a one-and-one opportunity with 2.5 seconds to play in the game.  Larson missed the first free throw attempt and Brady Homan secured the rebound for the Hawks as they held on for the victory.  Spencer Schorg led the Hawks into Wednesday’s semifinals with 19 points while Skyler Waldschmitt added 14.  Remsen St. Mary’s (20-6) plays Alburnett (19-5) at 3:45 Wednesday afternoon at the Wells Fargo Arena.  The game will be carried on KLEM.

CLASS 1A QUARTERFINALS
#1- Grand View Christian (24-1) 58, Council Bluffs St. Albert (12-14) 51
#4-Montezuma (22-1) 78, Bishop Garrigan (19-7) 65
Remsen St. Mary’s (20-6) 58, Prince of Peace (20-4) 55
Alburnett (19-5) 55, #6-Sioux Central (22-3) 54

CLASS 2A QUARTERFINALS
#5-Boyden-Hull (23-2) 61, #8-Iowa City Regina (20-3) 56
#3-South Hamilton (22-1) 73, Rock Valley (18-8) 61
#6-Van Meter (22-2) 43, #7-Dike-New Hartford (21-2) 32

(college football news)

DUNCANVILLE, Texas — Former Iowa Hawkeyes running back Damon Bullock died early Sunday morning in what his mother described on social media as a “terrible accident.” He was 25.  Bullock was struck by a car around 3 a.m. near his family’s home in Duncanville, Texas, 15 miles south of downtown Dallas. Bullock’s father said he hit a light pole on the road median, causing street lights at the intersection to disconnect. As Bullock parked his car on the side of the road and walked to the street, he was reportedly hit by a commuter’s vehicle.

Washington, D.C. — Former Gehlen Catholic all-state football standout, Bryan Nohava, had quite an experience Monday!  He accompanied the North Dakota State football team to the White House to be honored by President Donald Trump on the Bison’s national championship.  Nohava was a red-shirt freshman at N-D-S-U this season.  The group reportedly dined on Trump’s favorite McDonald’s fast-food items.

(college basketball)

(2) Virginia 79, Syracuse 53
(11) Texas Tech 70, Texas 51
(16) Kansas State 64, T-C-U 52

(N-B-A basketball)

Miami 114, Atlanta 113
Brooklyn 127, Dallas 88
San Antonio 104, Denver 103
Phoenix 114, Milwaukee 105
New Orleans 115, Utah 112
Sacramento 115, New York 108
L.A. Clippers 113, L.A. Lakers 105

(N-H-L hockey)

Edmonton 4, Buffalo 3
Toronto 6, Calgary 2

(spring training baseball)

Houston (ss) 4, Atlanta 3
Baltimore 9, Minnesota 4
Miami 9, Washington 8
N.Y. Mets (ss) 7, Houston (ss) 4
Detroit 9, St. Louis 5
Boston 9, N.Y. Mets (ss) 3
Chicago Cubs 9, Cincinnati (ss) 1
L.A. Dodgers 8, San Francisco 2
Colorado 4, Texas 4, tie
L.A. Angels 6, Chicago White Sox 6, tie
San Diego 8, Cleveland 0
Cincinnati (ss) 3, Arizona 3, tie

 

 

TUESDAY RESULTS – March 5

(high school basketball)

BOYS STATE TOURNAMENT AT THE WELLS FARGO ARENA IN DES MOINES
CLASS 2A QUARTERFINALS
#1-North Linn (24-0) 68, Des Moines Christian (17-7) 45

CLASS 3A QUARTERFINALS
#4-Norwalk (21-4) 81, Ballard (15-10) 39
#1-Clear Lake (24-0) 61, West Delaware (17-7) 46
Winterset (17-6) 59, #2-Sergeant Bluff-Luton (20-4) 54
#6-Oskaloosa (17-5) 51, Marion (16-6) 49

CLASS 4A QUARTERFINALS
#7-Cedar Falls (19-3) 63, #6-Sioux City East (21-2) 41
#1-North Scott (23-1) 56, Ames (17-5) 38

(college basketball)

(3) North Carolina 79, Boston College 66
(4) Duke 71, Wake Forest 70
(5) Tennessee 71, Mississippi State 54
(6) Kentucky 80, Mississippi 76
(9) Michigan State 91, Nebraska 76
Minnesota 73, (11) Purdue 69
Oklahoma 81, (13) Kansas 68
(14) Florida State 73, (15) Virginia Tech 64, OT
(17) Nevada 90, Air Force 79
(19) Buffalo 82, Ohio University 79

(N-B-A basketball)

Indiana 105, Chicago 96
Philadelphia 114, Orlando 106
Houston 107, Toronto 95
Minnesota 131, Oklahoma City 120
Memphis 120, Portland 111
Boston 128, Golden State 95

(N-H-L hockey)

Columbus 2, New Jersey 1, SO
Pittsburgh 3, Florida 2, OT
Boston 4, Carolina 3, OT
N.Y. Islanders 5, Ottawa 4, SO
Tampa Bay 5, Winnipeg 2
Nashville 5, Minnesota 4, SO
Dallas 1, N.Y. Rangers 0
Anaheim 3, Arizona 1
Colorado 4, Detroit 3, OT
Montreal 3, Los Angeles 1

(spring training baseball)

Boston 8, Washington 4
Pittsburgh 10, Baltimore 4
Toronto 5, Detroit 2
Minnesota 9, Tampa Bay (ss) 2
N.Y. Yankees 5, Atlanta 1
Philadelphia 2, St. Louis 1
Miami 3, N.Y. Mets 1
Cleveland 11, Chicago White Sox (ss) 0
Oakland 4, Texas 1
San Diego (ss) 7, Chicago White Sox (ss) 4
L.A. Angels 9, Chicago Cubs 2
Milwaukee 1, Colorado 0
Seattle 7, San Diego (ss) 7, tie
Tampa Bay (ss) 7, South Florida 2
Kansas City 5, Arizona 3

 

 

WEDNESDAY RESULTS – March 6

(high school basketball)

DES MOINES — Izic Mackey’s tip-in as time expired lifted Alburnett to a 39-37 semifinal round victory over Remsen St. Mary’s in the Class 1A boys State basketball tournament Wednesday afternoon in Des Moines.  The Hawks trailed 27-17 with 5:15 to play in the third quarter when St. Mary’s went on a 12-1 run and took a 29-28 lead with 4:46 to play on Brayden Ricke’s third three-pointer of the game.  The Pirates rebuilt a 35-31 lead with :56 seconds to play in the game.  Blaine Harpenau connected on a three-pointer out of the left corner to narrow the deficit to 35-34 with :35 seconds remaining.  A pair of free throws by Hunter Graves with :26 seconds to play following a collision with the Hawks’ Brayden Ricke that opened a bloody gash over Graves left eye, forcing an Alburnett time out while they did a quick patch job to close the wound.  Those free throws put Alburnett in front 37-34 but Harpenau buried another three from the left corner with :18.1 seconds to play to tie the game at 37-all.  On Alburnett’s final possession, Hunter Graves drove into the lane and launched a shot that bounded off the rim and straight into the waiting hands of Mackey in the middle of the lane for the game-winning put-back.  Mackey finished with a game-high 19 points while Blaine Harpenau had 13 and Brayden Ricke 11 for Remsen St. Mary’s (20-7).  The Hawks play in the third place game for the third straight year, facing No. 4 Montezuma (22-2) at 10:20 Thursday morning.  The game will be carried on KLEM.

BOYS STATE TOURNAMENT AT THE WELLS FARGO ARENA IN DES MOINES
CLASS 4A QUARTERFINALS
#2-Waukee (21-2) 48, Dowling Catholic (13-11) 35
#5-Dubuque Senior (18-3) 39, #4-Iowa City West (17-5) 36

CLASS 1A SEMIFINALS
#1- Grand View Christian (25-1) 59, #4-Montezuma (22-2) 36
Alburnett (20-5) 39, Remsen St. Mary’s (20-7) 37  

CLASS 2A SEMIFINALS
#5-Boyden-Hull (24-2) 62, #3-South Hamilton (22-2) 59
#1-North Linn (25-0) 54, #6-Van Meter (22-3) 47

(college basketball)

West Virginia 90, Iowa State 75

Top 25 games:
(10) L-S-U 79, Florida 78, OT
Seton Hall 73, (16) Marquette 64

(N-B-A basketball)

Washington 132, Dallas 123
Charlotte 91, Miami 84
Detroit 131, Minnesota 114
Brooklyn 113, Cleveland 107
San Antonio 111, Atlanta 104
Chicago 108, Philadelphia 107
Utah 114, New Orleans 104
Phoenix 107, New York 96
Boston 111, Sacramento 109
Denver 115, L.A. Lakers 99

(N-H-L hockey)

Washington 5, Philadelphia 3
Vancouver 3, Toronto 2, OT
St. Louis 5, Anaheim 4
Vegas 2, Calgary 1

(spring training baseball)

Pittsburgh 6, Boston 1
Baltimore 9, Tampa Bay 6
St. Louis 9, N.Y. Yankees 5
Atlanta (ss) 4, Miami (ss) 0
Houston 11, Miami (ss) 5
Atlanta (ss) 8, Detroit 2
Toronto 9, Philadelphia 7
Chicago Cubs 4, Kansas City 1
Texas 12, San Francisco 5
Milwaukee 5, Arizona 4
L.A. Angels 6, Colorado 5
Cincinnati 6, San Diego 4
Oakland 7, Seattle 4
Cleveland 6, L.A. Dodgers 1

 

 

THURSDAY RESULTS – March 7

(high school basketball)

DES MOINES — Sophomore Cole Watts had a pair of foul shots for No. 4 Montezuma with l.9 second to play that could have sent the game into overtime, but Watts could only hit the first and his missed second free throw was rebounded by Austin Jensen as Remsen St. Mary’s held on for a 50-49 upset victory in the Class 1A consolation game Thursday at the boys State tournament in Des Moines.  The Hawks winning margin came on Spencer Schorg’s two foul shots with 22.4 seconds to play to snap a 48-all tie.  Schorg finished with 14 points to lead St. Mary’s while Blaine Harpenau had 13.  Trey Schearer had 23 points for the Braves and Hunter Ray finished with 13.  This marked the third straight year that St. Mary’s has played for third place but the first time they have won the consolation game.  Remsen St. Mary’s wrapped up a 21-7 season with the victory and the expectations are already running high for next year as everybody returns.

BOYS STATE TOURNAMENT AT THE WELLS FARGO ARENA IN DES MOINES
CLASS 1A CONSOLATION GAME
Remsen St. Mary’s (21-7) 50, #4-Montezuma (22-3) 49

CLASS 2A CONSOLATION GAME
#3-South Hamilton (23-2) 54, #6-Van Meter (22-4) 52

CLASS 3A SEMIFINALS
#4-Norwalk (22-4) 61, #1-Clear Lake (24-1) 54
#6-Oskaloosa (18-5) 48, Winterset (17-7) 43

CLASS 4A SEMIFINALS
#7-Cedar Falls (20-3) 35, #1-North Scott (23-2) 27
#5-Dubuque Senior (19-3) 57, #2-Waukee (21-3) 55, OT

(college basketball)

(12) Houston 90, S-M-U 79
(25) U-C-F 58, (20) Cincinnati 55
(21) Wisconsin 65, Iowa 45

MADISON, Wis. (AP) – Ethan Happ had 21 points and 14 rebounds in his final home game to help No. 21 Wisconsin beat Iowa 65-45. Fellow senior Khalil Iverson added 11 points and 11 rebounds.

(N-B-A basketball)

Milwaukee 117, Indiana 98
Oklahoma City 129, Portland 121, OT

(N-H-L hockey)

Boston 4, Florida 3
Pittsburgh 3, Columbus 0
Detroit 3, N.Y. Rangers 2, SO
N.Y. Islanders 4, Ottawa 2
Minnesota 3, Tampa Bay 0
Dallas 4, Colorado 0
Chicago 5, Buffalo 4, SO
Edmonton 3, Vancouver 2
Arizona 2, Calgary 0
San Jose 5, Montreal 2
St. Louis 4, Los Angeles 0

(spring training baseball)

Minnesota 12, Boston 1
Washington 6, N.Y. Mets 4
Pittsburgh 5, Baltimore 4
Toronto 11, Tampa Bay 2
N.Y. Yankees 6, Philadelphia (ss) 0
Houston 4, Miami 1
Philadelphia (ss) 3, Detroit 1
Kansas City 8, L.A. Angels (ss) 7
Colorado 7, Chicago Cubs 5
Chicago White Sox 9, Milwaukee 5
Cleveland 4, Arizona 3
San Diego 11, Texas 8
L.A. Dodgers 6, L.A. Angels (ss) 2
Seattle 11, Cincinnati  3
Oakland 5, San Francisco 1

 

 

FRIDAY RESULTS – March 8

(high school basketball)

BOYS STATE TOURNAMENT AT THE WELLS FARGO ARENA IN DES MOINES
CLASS 3A CONSOLATION GAME
Winterset (18-7) 67, #1-Clear Lake (24-2) 49

CLASS 4A CONSOLATION GAME
#2-Waukee (22-3) 66, #1-North Scott (23-3) 57

CLASS 1A CHAMPIONSHIP GAME
#1- Grand View Christian (26-1) 43,  Alburnett (20-6) 24

CLASS 2A CHAMPIONSHIP GAME
#1-North Linn (26-0) 60, #5-Boyden-Hull (24-3) 41

CLASS 3A CHAMPIONSHIP GAME
#6-Oskaloosa (19-5) 48, #4-Norwalk (22-5) 44

CLASS 4A CHAMPIONSHIP GAME
#7-Cedar Falls (21-3) 44, #5-Dubuque Senior (19-4) 41

(college basketball)

NAIA MEN’S NATIONAL TOURNAMENT AT SIOUX FALLS – Morningside 75, Mt. Vernon Nazerene 69  (Le Mars alum, Tyler Borchers had 26 pts. for the Mustangs)   …  Briar Cliff 99, West Virginia Tech 72

NAIA WOMEN’S NATIONAL TOURNAMENT AT SIOUX CITY – Northwestern 83, Indiana Wesleyan 70

Top-25 games:
(15) Virginia Tech 84, Miami 70
(19) Buffalo 84, Bowling Green 73
(24) Maryland 69, Minnesota 60

(N-B-A basketball)

Orlando 111, Dallas 106
Charlotte 112, Washington 111
Miami 126, Cleveland 110
Detroit 112, Chicago 104
Houston 107, Philadelphia 91
Toronto 127, New Orleans 104
Memphis 114, Utah 104
Golden State 122, Denver 105
L.A. Clippers 118, Oklahoma City 110

(N-H-L hockey)

Florida 6, Minnesota 2
Washington 3, New Jersey 0
Winnipeg 8, Carolina 1
Anaheim 8, Montreal 2

(spring training baseball)

Toronto (ss) 11, Pittsburgh (ss) 0
Tampa Bay 5, Minnesota 5, tie
Baltimore 4, Boston 2
St. Louis (ss) 3, Washington 2
Toronto (ss) 5, Pittsburgh (ss) 2
Miami 10, N.Y. Mets 3
Milwaukee 6, Arizona 3
Kansas City (ss) 8, Cincinnati 3
Oakland 6, San Diego 5
Chicago White Sox 15, L.A. Angels 8
Colorado 11, Texas 10
Atlanta 5, Philadelphia 4
St. Louis (ss) 6, Houston 3
Detroit 6, N.Y. Yankees 5
San Francisco 2, Cleveland 0
Chicago Cubs 9, Seattle 3
Kansas City (ss) 7, L.A. Dodgers 5

 

 

SATURDAY RESULTS – March 9

(college basketball)

NAIA MEN’S TOURNAMENT AT SIOUX FALLS — College of Idaho 62, Morningside 59  (Former Bulldog, Tyler Borchers, scored 24 pts. for Morningside)  …  Marian University 105, Briar Cliff 66

NAIA WOMEN’S TOURNAMENT AT SIOUX CITY —  Northwestern 71, College of the Ozarks 70  (Red Raiders play Concordia (NE.) Monday at 6 pm in the semifinals)

Top 25 games:
(2) Virginia 73, Louisville 68
(3) North Carolina 79, (4) Duke 70
Auburn 84, (5) Tennessee 80
(6) Kentucky 66, Florida 57
(9) Michigan State 75, (7) Michigan 63
(8) Texas Tech 80, Iowa State 73
(10) L-S-U 80, Vanderbilt 59
(11) Purdue 70, Northwestern 57
(13) Kansas 78, Baylor 70
(14) Florida State 65, Wake Forest 57
Georgetown 86, (16) Marquette 84
(17) Nevada 81, San Diego State 53
(18) Kansas State 68, Oklahoma 53
(22) Wofford 99, V-M-I 72
Seton Hall 79, (23) Villanova 75
Temple 67, (25) U-C-F 62

AMES, Iowa (AP) — Jarrett Culver scored a career-high 31 points, Davide Moretti added 20 and No. 8 Texas Tech clinched at least a share of its first Big 12 regular-season title by beating Iowa State 80-73. Matt Mooney added 13 points for the Red Raiders, winners of nine straight heading into the conference tournament. Their last league crown came in the defunct Southwestern Conference in 1996.

(N-B-A basketball)

Sacramento 102, New York 94
Brooklyn 114, Atlanta 112
Minnesota 135, Washington 130, OT
Boston 120, L.A. Lakers 107
Milwaukee 131, Charlotte 114
Portland 127, Phoenix 120

(N-H-L hockey)

Colorado 3, Buffalo 0
San Jose 3, St. Louis 2, OT
N.Y. Rangers 4, New Jersey 2
Philadelphia 5, N.Y. Islanders 2
Toronto 3, Edmonton 2
Boston 3, Ottawa 2
Tampa Bay 3, Detroit 2
Columbus 4, Pittsburgh 1
Chicago 2, Dallas 1
Carolina 5, Nashville 3
Arizona 4, Los Angeles 2
Vegas 6, Vancouver 2

(spring training baseball)

N.Y. Mets 10, Boston 2
Minnesota 10, Pittsburgh 1
Baltimore (ss) 17, Tampa Bay 15
Atlanta 6, Detroit 4
Houston 9, St. Louis 3
Toronto 8, Philadelphia 7
Chicago Cubs (ss) 11, L.A. Angels (ss) 4
Cleveland 7, Colorado (ss) 1
Chicago White Sox 12, Texas 2
L.A. Dodgers 2, Seattle 0
Milwaukee (ss) 11, Oakland 2
Chicago Cubs (ss) 8, San Francisco 0
Milwaukee (ss) 5, L.A. Angels (ss) 1
Arizona 13, Kansas City 5
N.Y. Yankees 6, Baltimore (ss) 1
Miami 2, Washington 1
Colorado (ss) 5, Arizona (ss) 1
San Diego  6, Cincinnati 2

 

 

 

SUNDAY RESULTS – March 10

(college basketball)

Nebraska 93, Iowa 91, OT

LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) – Amir Harris scored the go-ahead layup with 10.8 seconds left and Thorir Thorbjarnarson blocked Jordan Bohanon’s 3-point try at the buzzer as Nebraska came back from a nine-point deficit in the last minute of regulation to beat Iowa 93-91 in overtime. The win might have served as an emotional sendoff for Cornhuskers’ coach Tim Miles, whose future at Nebraska is in serious doubt after his team’s free fall the second half of the season. Iowa lost its fourth straight.

M-V-C Tournament finals —  Bradley 57, U-N-I 54

Top 25 games:
(12) Houston 85, (20) Cincinnati 69
(21) Wisconsin 73, Ohio State 67, OT
(22) Wofford 81, East Tennessee State 72

(N-B-A basketball)

Detroit 131, Chicago 108
Philadelphia 106, Indiana 89
Toronto 125, Miami 104
Atlanta 128, New Orleans 116
Memphis 105, Orlando 97
Houston 94, Dallas 93
Minnesota 103, New York 92
San Antonio 121, Milwaukee 114
Phoenix 115, Golden State 111

(N-H-L hockey)

Florida 6, Detroit 1
Washington 3, Winnipeg 1
Pittsburgh 4, Boston 2
Calgary 6, Vegas 3
Los Angeles 3, Anaheim 2

(spring training baseball)

N.Y. Yankees (ss) 6, Pittsburgh 5
Miami 5, Atlanta 2
Tampa Bay 8, Boston 1
N.Y. Yankees (ss) 2, Detroit 2, tie
Toronto 10, Minnesota 1
Philadelphia 8, Baltimore 5
Washington 6, Houston 4
N.Y. Mets 9, St. Louis 1
Oakland (ss) 5, San Francisco (ss) 4
Arizona (ss) 3, Cincinnati 2
San Diego 11, Kansas City 6
Texas 7, San Francisco (ss) 6
Oakland (ss) 7, Chicago White Sox 6
Milwaukee 7, Chicago Cubs 5
Seattle (ss) 9, L.A. Angels 9, tie
L.A. Dodgers 3, Colorado (ss) 1
Cleveland 16, Seattle (ss) 2
Arizona (ss) 5, Colorado (ss) 2