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MONDAY RESULTS – September 9

(N-F-L football)

New Orleans 30, Houston 28
Oakland 24, Denver 16

(major league baseball)

AMERICAN LEAGUE
N-Y Yankees 5, Boston 0
Houston 15, Oakland 0
Cleveland 6, L-A Angels 2

NATIONAL LEAGUE
Atlanta 7, Philadelphia 2
N-Y Mets 3, Arizona 1
Milwaukee 8, Miami 3
Pittsburgh 6, San Francisco 4
Chicago Cubs 10, San Diego 2

 

 

TUESDAY RESULTS – September 10

(golf)

BULLDOG BOYS INVITATIONAL

TEAM STANDINGS:  1. Sioux City East (311)  ..  2. Bishop Heelan (317)  ..  3. Sergeant Bluff-Luton (327)  ..  4. Le Mars (353)  ..  5. Sioux City North (363)  ..  6. Sioux City West (414)  ..  7. Council Bluffs A-L (443).  Medalist:  Jackson Thompson (Bishop Heelan) (70)  ..  runner-up:  Schuyler Warren (S-B-L) (73).  Le Mars scores:  Spencer Mackey (42-40=82 – 8th place), Trey Whiddon (43-40=83), Brody Vanderloo (44-46=90), Brayden Schmidt (45-53=98), Cam Daggett (50-52=102), and Isaac Tolzen (63-63=126).

(cross country)

GARY MEYER MEMORIAL MEET AT BRUNSVILLE

(girls results)  TEAM STANDINGS:  1. Sioux City East (64)  ..  2. Bishop Heelan (89)  ..  3. Sergeant Bluff-Luton (121)  ..  4. Kingsley-Pierson/Woodbury Central (139)  ..  5. Le Mars (140)  ..  6. Sioux City North (154)  ..  7. Unity Christian (157)  ..  8. M-O-C/Floyd Valley (198)  ..  9. Logan-Magnolia (198)  ..  10. Cherokee (275)  ..  11. Lawton-Bronson (293)  ..  12. Ridge View (322)  ..  13. Council Bluffs T-J (331)  ..  14. Gehlen Catholic (404)  ..  15. Storm Lake (425)  ..  16. Sioux City West (442).  Individual champion:  Kaia Downs (Sioux City East) (18:51.68).

Le Mars results:  10th- Chloe Calhoun (21:23.07), 17th- Kara Albrecht (21:37.93), 28th- Sarah Meis (22:22.06), 37th- Emily Chamberlain (22:52.25), 48th- Paige Washburn (23:27.32), 56th- Katie Cunningham (23:48.04) and 62nd- Kylee Britt (24:15.76).  Gehlen Catholic results:  63rd- Addison Weber (24:19.76), 73rd- Patricia Sitzmann (25:12.64), 75th- Harlie Tesch (25:23.26), 91st- Addison Arens (27:59.01), and 103rd-Hannah Zubrod (33:09.52).  KP/WC results:  16th-Erica Kuntz (21:36.91), 20th-Sarahy Hamman (21:50.64), 31st-Sarah Putze (22:35.15), 33rd-Mary Putze (22:35.98), 60th-Gracia Widman (24:08.88), and 61st- Kaylyn Cameron (24:11.84).

JV girls:  1. Sergeant Bluff-Luton  ..  7. Le Mars  ..  9. KP/WC.  No Plymouth County athletes finished in the top 10 individually.  Emma Kelley of Sioux City North was 1st in 22:33.18.  MS results:  M-O-C/Floyd Valley finished 1st  ..  Le Mars was 2nd.  1st-Elin Van Der Werff (MOC/FV).  Kierstyn Cameron of KP/WC finished 10th.

(boys results)  TEAM STANDINGS:  1. Sioux City North (30)  ..  2. Council Bluffs T-J (91)  ..  3. M-O-C/Floyd Valley (150)  ..  4. Gehlen Catholic (150)  ..  5. Sergeant Bluff-Luton (154)  ..  6. Sioux City East (167)  ..  7. Le Mars (177)  ..  8. Storm Lake (234)  ..  9. Bishop Heelan (236)  ..  10. Siouxland Christian (261)  ..  11. Unity Christian (274)  ..  12. Cherokee (284)  ..  13. Sioux City West (340)  ..  14. Logan-Magnolia (371)  ..  15. Ridge View (423).  Individual champion:  Jaysen Bouwers (Sioux City North) (16:20.25).

Gehlen Catholic results:  3rd-Will Roder (16:40.71), 14th-Carson Tesch (17:44.05), 26th- Isaac Vaske (18:22.46), 39th-Carver Ruhland (18:57.80), 72nd- Jeff Augustine (20:16.05), and 79th- Nathan Nemmers (20:49.02).  Le Mars results:  18th-Ethan Hulinsky (18:01.85), 32nd- Jason Sudtelgte (18:38.48), 38th- Blake Dirksen (18:52.53), 43rd- Jackson Sudtelgte (19:02.31), 50th- Kaden Wingert (19:11.61), 65th- Kyle Herbst (20:05.12) and 70th-Jacob O’Dwyer (20:13.99).  KP/WC results:  53rd-Tristen Jessen (19:17.18), 95th- Collin Verschoor (23:19.95), 100th- Marshall Benson (23:58.45), and 101st- Carson Seuntjens (24:00.20).

JV boys:  1st-Sioux City North  ..  3rd-Le Mars.  Nick Walters of Sioux City North finished 1st.  Michael Meis of Le Mars finished 10th.  MS results:  M-O-C/Floyd Valley finished 1st  ..  Le Mars was 3rd.  1st- Ian Van Der Werff of M-O-C/Floyd Valley with Miles Chamberlain (4th), Wyatt Metten (7th) and Trace Obbink (8th) all of Le Mars finishing in the top ten.

(volleyball)

(#5-1A)Gehlen Catholic (4-1/2-0) def. MMCRU 3-0.  (25-17, 25-11, 28-26)  

Gehlen stats:  KILLS- Sydney Livermore (14), Miyah Whitehead (9), Rachel Langel (7) & Alyssa Kolbeck (5).  ASSISTS- Josie Kolbeck (18) & Sydney Livermore (13).  BLOCKS- Miyah Whitehead (3) & Alyssa Kolbeck (2).  DIGS- Chloe Bunkers (14).  SERVING- Kate Hill (24-24/6 aces), Chloe Bunkers (15-15/3 aces), & Sydney Livermore (13-13/2 aces).

MMCRU stats:  KILLS- Jaylen Bork (12), Ellie Hilbrands (7) & Emily Dreckman (4).  ASSISTS- Taylor Harpenau (18).  BLOCKS- NA.  DIGS- Haley Schwarz & Taylor Harpenau (14 each).  SERVING- Taylor Harpenau (16-16/1 ace), Haley Schwarz (8-8).

 

 

WEDNESDAY RESULTS – September 11

SportsMinute

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. (AP) – Wide receiver Antonio Brown went through his first practice with the New England Patriots yesterday. Wednesday’s workout was held one day after Brown’s former trainer filed a civil lawsuit in Florida accusing him of sexually assaulting her on three occasions. Patriots coach Bill Belichick declined to comment on additional questions about Brown other than to say the team takes the allegations very seriously.

BALTIMORE (AP) – The big league single-season record for total homers was broken when Baltimore Orioles infielder Jonathan Villar clubbed a three-run shot in a 7-3 win over the Los Angeles Dodgers. It was the 6,106th home run hit in the majors this year, topping the old mark set in 2017. John Means limited the N-L West champions to two runs and four hits over 6 1/3 innings, one day after Los Angeles wrapped up its seventh consecutive division title.

NEW YORK (AP) – The New York Times says Justify won the 2018 Triple Crown after a failed postrace drug test at a California track that could have kept the horse out of the Kentucky Derby. The newspaper reported Wednesday that the Bob Baffert-trained colt tested positive for the drug scopolamine  after winning the Santa Anita Derby, one of the final prep races for the Kentucky Derby. The Times said instead of a speedy disqualification, the California Horse Racing Board took more than a month to confirm the results.

INDIANAPOLIS (AP) – The NCAA Board of Governors wants California Gov. Gavin Newsom to reject a new attempt to pay college athletes. The board has sent a letter to Newsom urging him not to sign the legislation known as the Fair Pay to Play Act, which would allow college athletes to be paid for the use of their names, likenesses and images. The board warned that California schools may be declared ineligible for NCAA competition if the bill becomes law because they would have an unfair recruiting advantage.

PONTE VEDRA BEACH, Fla. (AP) – Rory McIlroy has been voted PGA Tour player of the year over Brooks Koepka after posting the most top-10 finishes and winning the FedEx Cup. It’s the third time McIlroy has won the Jack Nicklaus Award, and the first without having won a major. McIlroy had three victories among his tour-best 14 finishes in the top 10, including The Players Championship.

 

 

THURSDAY RESULTS – September 12

(boys golf)

DOUBLE DUAL AT SUN VALLEY IN SIOUX CITY

Sioux City North (324)  ..  Le Mars (2-4) (342)  ..  Council Bluffs T-J (401).

Le Mars scores:  Trey Whiddon (35-40=75 – medalist), Spencer Mackey (42-42=84), Cam Daggett (43-47=90), Brayden Schmidt (44-49=93), Brody Vanderloo (50-45=95), and Isaac Tolzen (47-47=94).

(volleyball)

(#4-1A)Gehlen Catholic (5-1/3-0) def. Hartley-Melvin-Sanborn 3-0.   (25-14, 25-11, 25-14)

Serving: Kate Hill (26-26, 5 aces), Josie Kolbeck (12-12, 2 aces)
Assists: Sydney Livermore (13), Josie Kolbeck (11)
Blocks: Rachel Langel (7), Alyssa Kolbeck (4)
Digs: Chloe Bunkers (15), Abby Ruhland (4)
Kills: Rachel Langel (7) Kate Hill (6), Sydney Livermore (5 ), Alyssa Kolbeck & Chloe Bunkers (4 each)

(#15-5A)Sioux City East def Le Mars (2-6/0-3) 3-1.   (25-19, 25-18, 22-25, 25-17)

Serving:  Kady Leusink (20-21, 4 aces), Brooke Haage (14-15, 1 ace), Alivia Van Otterloo (10-14, 1 ace)
Assists: 
Brooke Haage (24)
Blocks: 
Kylie Dreckman & Maddie Pippett (3 each)
Digs: 
Alivia Van Otterloo (16), Kady Leusink & Pypr Stoeffler (10 each)
Kills: 
Pypr Stoeffler (11), Kylie Dreckman (8).

(high school football)

(#7-3A)Sergeant Bluff-Luton 41, Sioux City East 0

(N-F-L football)

Tampa Bay 20, Carolina 14

 

 

FRIDAY RESULTS – September 13

(high school football)

SHELDON — Le Mars built a 27-7 lead before holding off a frantic fourth quarter rally by Sheldon that fell two points short and the Bulldogs escaped with a 27-25 victory Friday night in non-district football action in Sheldon.  Colton Hoag ran three yards for the first Le Mars touchdown with Tate Westhoff running for a two-point conversion.  Westhoff threw TD passes to Hoag and Aisea Toki for a 21-0 lead late in the first half.  Sheldon quarterback Kaleb Ackerman completed just one pass in the first half but it was a 63-yard TD bomb to Tyrel Lindemann with 50  seconds left before intermission to cut the Bulldog lead to 21-7.  Le Mars extended their lead to 27-7 late in the third quarter on a five yard run by Trevor Smith.  Sheldon scored on the first play of the fourth quarter on a 15 yard TD pass from Ackerman to Mitchell Wolf, setting off a bizarre next six minutes of football.  Sheldon recovered a fumble on the ensuing kickoff to set up a one yard TD run by Brian Burnal to trim the Le Mars lead to 27-19.  Another Le Mars fumble set up a third touchdown in the final quarter, a four yard TD pass from Ackerman to Tyrel Lindemann with 4:08 left in the game, to close the gap to 27-25.  A two-point conversion pass on a razzle-dazzle play was dropped in the end zone.  Sheldon never got close to the end zone again.  Le Mars had a 319-234 yardage advantage but for the second week in a row had over 100 yards in penalties.  The Bulldogs improve to 2-1 and now play their first game in the newly renovated Jim Lorenzen Field next Friday against Sioux City North as the Bulldogs celebrate homecoming.

MOVILLE — Woodbury Central won a defensive battle over Gehlen Catholic, 14-2, Friday night in Moville to hand the Jays their first loss in three games.  Gehlen was limited to just 188 yards of offense, scoring their only points on defense when Cade Walgenbach tackled the Woodbury Central quarterback in the end zone for a fourth quarter safety.  Wade Mitchell broke up a scoreless tie with a one yard run in the second quarter.  The Cats extended the lead to 14-0 in the third quarter on a 28 yard, Jase Manker-to-Mitchell Countryman TD pass.  Manker threw for 168 yards on 12 for 23 passing.  Ethan Copeland grabbed five passes for 58 yards while Countryman hauled in three pass catches for 45 yards.  Derek Von Arb had 83 yards rushing for Gehlen on 17 carries.  The Jays close out non-district play next Friday night at Hawarden against top-rated (1A) and two-time defending State champion, West Sioux.  The game will be carried on KLEM.

CLASS 3A – District 1

Le Mars (2-1) 27, Sheldon 25
Denison-Schleswig 49, Council Bluffs T-J 20
(#9-1A)Western Christian 10, Bishop Heelan 0
Spencer 28, MOC-Floyd Valley 0
Storm Lake 26, Humboldt 15

CLASS A – District 1

Woodbury Central 14, Gehlen Catholic (2-1) 2
Lawton-Bronson 12, Hinton (1-2) 6
North Union 44, MMCRU (0-3) 0
Sioux Central 29, Akron-Westfield (0-3) 0
South O’Brien 15, (#10-A)Alta/Aurelia 0
Sibley-Ocheyedan 14, Hartley-Melvin-Sanborn 13

CLASS A – District 10

West Monona 46, MVAOCOU 6
(#5-A)Westwood 21, AHSTW 7

CLASS 1A – District 1

(#5-1A)West Lyon 52, Boyden-Hull/Rock Valley 28
Algona 34, Emmetsburg 14
(#1-1A)West Sioux 24, Sioux Center 6
Unity Christian 8, Estherville/L-C 0

CLASS 1A – District 9

OA-BCIG 64, Cherokee Washington 19
East Sac County 35, Ridge View 8

CLASS 2A – District 1

(#4-2A)Spirit Lake 42, Central Lyon/G-L-R 14
Okoboji 22, Graettinger-Terril/Ruthven-Ayrshire 20

CLASS 4A 

Sioux City North 20, Sioux City West 19

EIGHT MAN – District 1

#3-Remsen St. Mary’s (3-0) 61, Kingsley-Pierson (0-3) 2  (homecoming)
West Bend-Mallard 52, Ar-We-Va 20
Harris-Lake Park 49, River Valley 6
Newell-Fonda 56, Siouxland Christian 0 (ND)

 

 

SATURDAY RESULTS – September 14

(volleyball)

LADY BULLDOG INVITATIONAL

Gehlen Catholic results:  Pool Play — (#4-1A)Gehlen (6-1) def. Woodbury Central 2-0.  (21-11, 21-11)  —  Serving: Josie Kolbeck (7-9, 3 aces), & Kate Hill (8-9, 1 ace).  Assists: Sydney Livermore & Josie Kolbeck (5 each).  Blocks: Sydney Livermore (3).  Digs: Chloe Bunkers (5) & Sydney Livermore (4).  Kills: Rachel Langel & Alyssa Kolbeck (4 each).

(#4-1A)Gehlen (6-2) lost to (#3-4A)Sergeant Bluff-Luton 0-2.   (11-21, 12-21) — Serving: Josie Kolbeck (8-9, 1 ace).  Assists: Josie Kolbeck (7).  Blocks: Rachel Langel (4).  Digs: Chloe Bunkers (4).  Kills: Sydney Livermore (3)
(#4-1A)Gehlen (7-2) defeated S.C. North 2-0.   (21-19, 21-16)  —  Serving: Chloe Bunkers (10-11, 2 aces).  Assists: Sydney Livermore (15).  Blocks: Rachel Langel (3).  Digs: Chloe Bunkers (11) & Alyssa Kolbeck (7).  Kills:  Sydney Livermore (10), Alyssa Kolbeck & Rachel Langel (5 each).
(#4-1A)Gehlen (7-3) lost to Sheldon 1-2.   (19-21, 21-15, 10-15)  —  Serving: Josie Kolbeck (14-16, 3 aces) & Chloe Bunkers (9-10, 2 aces).  Assists: Josie Kolbeck (11) & Sydney Livermore (7).  Blocks: several with 1 each.  Digs: Chloe Bunkers (16).  Kills: Alyssa Kolbeck (6), Sydney Livermore, Rachel Langel, & Lauren Heying (4 each).
Championship Round (3rd Place Pool Teams):  (#4-1A)Gehlen (8-3) defeated Siouxland Christian 2-0.   (21-9, 21-13)  —  Serving: Miyah Whitehead (15-15, 4 aces).  Assists: Sydney Livermore & Josie Kolbeck (7 each).  Blocks: none.  Digs: Chloe Bunkers (16), Alyssa Kolbeck & Sydney Livermore (6 each).  Kills: Rachel Langel (5) & Sydney Livermore (4).
Le Mars results:  Pool Play —  Le Mars (3-6) def. Hinton 2-0.  (21-9, 21-9)  ..   Le Mars (4-6) def. Lawton-Bronson 2-0.  (21-13, 21-8)  ..   Le Mars (5-6) def. Siouxland Christian 2-0.  (21-10, 21-18)  ..  Le Mars (5-7) lost to Dakota Valley 1-2.  (16-21, 21-18, 8-15)  ..  (consolation bracket) Le Mars (6-7) def. Sheldon 2-1.  (18-21, 21-19, 15-12)
Le Mars statistical leaders:  KILLS- Pypr Stoeffler 39, Jacenta Sargisson 21 and Kylie Dreckman 16.  ASSISTS- Brooke Haage 78.  BLOCKS- Kylie Dreckman 5.  DIGS- Jacenta Sargisson 48, Alivia Van Otterloo 38, Pypr Stoeffler 36 & Kady Leusink 32.  SERVING- Jacenta Sargisson (43-46/4 aces), Brooke Haage (34-39/4 aces), Alivia Van Otterloo (34-39/ 4 aces), Maddi Pippett (29-36/9 aces), Kady Leusink (31-35/ 4 aces), & Pypr Stoeffler (29-31/2 aces).

(cross country)

Gehlen Catholic at the Tim Thomas Classic in Holstein – cancelled, rain

(college football)

AMES, Iowa (AP) — Nate Stanley threw for 201 yards and ran for a score, and No. 19 Iowa made a big fourth-down stop late in the game that allowed the Hawkeyes to beat Iowa State 18-17 on Saturday night in Ames.  Keith Duncan kicked four field goals for the Hawkeyes (3-0), who improved to 4-0 against Iowa State coach Matt Campbell in a game twice delayed nearly 3 hours because of lightning.  Trailing 18-17 in the closing minutes, Iowa State drove to the Iowa 34 before a false start, a slip by quarterback Brock Purdy and an incompletion brought up fourth-and-13. The Cyclones went for it and, after offsetting penalties led to a do-over, Purdy overthrew Deshaunte Jones near the end zone with 2:00 left to turn the ball over on downs.  The Cyclones got another chance when they forced a quick punt. But the ball hit Datrone Young in the back and Iowa’s Devonte Young recovered it, sealing the closest win in the 67-game history of the series for the Hawkeyes.  Iowa State (1-1) opened the scoring on a 51-yard double pass from Purdy to Jones — a converted prep quarterback — to La’Michael Pettway midway through the first quarter. The Cyclones then moved ahead 14-6 just 57 seconds into the second half on a 73-yard strike from Purdy to Tarique Milton, who breezed past Iowa’s banged-up secondary.  Iowa’s defense stiffened, though, and Stanley’s 1-yard touchdown plunge gave the Hawkeyes a 15-14 lead with 12:10 left. Connor Assalley’s 26-yard field goal gave Iowa State the lead with 7:46 to go but Duncan answered from 39 yards with 4:51 left with what proved to be the game-winning kick.

LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) — Adrian Martinez threw for two touchdowns and ran for another, Dedrick Mills rushed for 116 yards and Nebraska beat Northern Illinois 44-8. The Cornhuskers bounced back from blowing a 17-point lead in an overtime loss at Colorado last week. NIU won 21-17 in Lincoln two years ago but was no match this time.

(19) Iowa 18, Iowa State 17

Nebraska 44, Illinois State 8

TOP 10 FOOTBALL
(1) Clemson 41, Syracuse 6
(2) Alabama 47, South Carolina 23
(3) Georgia 55, Arkansas State 0
(4) L-S-U 65, Northwestern State 14
(5) Oklahoma 48, UCLA 14
(6) Ohio State 51, Indiana 0
(7) Notre Dame 66, New Mexico 14
(8) Auburn 55, Kent State 16
(9) Florida 29, Kentucky 21

G-P-A-C games:
Morningside 56, Dordt 14
Briar Cliff 47, Dakota Wesleyan 0
Northwestern 26, Midland Lutheran 25

TORONTO (AP) _ James Paxton pitched five innings to win his ninth straight start, Brett Gardner homered twice and drove in five runs and the New York Yankees hit five homers in a 13-3 win over the Toronto Blue Jays. Gleyber Torres and Luke Voit also homered for the Yankees, going back-to-back off right-hander Brock Stewart in the fifth, as the AL East leaders won for the 14th time in 19 games. The Yankees had 19 hits and extended their major league lead in homers this season to 285.

ST. LOUIS (AP) — Mike Moustakas and Yasmani Grandal homered to help the Milwaukee Brewers beat the St. Louis Cardinals 5-2. Milwaukee moved four games behind St. Louis for the National League Central lead. The Brewers remained one game behind the Chicago Cubs for the second wild card spot.

CLEVELAND (AP) —  Miguel Sanó’s grand slam capped a five-run eighth inning and the Minnesota Twins grabbed firm control of the AL Central by beating the Cleveland Indians 9-5, completing a sweep of Saturday’s day-night doubleheader.  The Twins won the opener 2-0.  The sweep pushed the Twins 5½ games ahead of the Indians in the AL Central going into the final game of the showdown series Sunday.

 

 

 

SUNDAY RESULTS – September 15

(N-F-L football)

Seattle 28, Pittsburgh 26
Indianapolis 19, Tennessee 17
Baltimore 23, Arizona 17
New England 43, Miami 0
Detroit 13, L.A. Chargers 10
Dallas 31, Washington 21
Houston 13, Jacksonville 12
San Francisco 41, Cincinnati 17
Buffalo 28, N.Y. Giants 14
Green Bay 21, Minnesota 16
Kansas City 28, Oakland 10
Chicago 16, Denver 14
L.A. Rams 27, New Orleans 9
Atlanta 24, Philadelphia 20