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KLEM Local Schedule (week of September 15)

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MONDAY RESULTS – September 16

 (golf)

 City Tournament at Sioux City’s Green Valley course

TEAM STANDINGS:  1. Sergeant Bluff-Luton (328)  ..  2. Sioux City East (330)  ..  3. Bishop Heelan (333)  ..  4. Sioux City North (364)  ..  5. Le Mars (367)  ..  6. Sioux City West (390).  Medalist:  Jackson Thompson (Bishop Heelan) (73).  Le Mars scores:  Trey Whiddon (45-43=88), Cam Daggett (46-44=90), Brody Vanderloo (47-44=91), Spencer Mackey (50-48=98), Isaac Tolzin (50-49=99), Brayden Schmidt (56-55=111).

NORTHWEST IOWA NATIONAL N-A-I-A INVITATIONAL

(women’s results after Day 1 / 36 holes) TEAM LEADER BOARD:  William Penn leads Morningside by three shots with Texas Wesleyan in 3rd place, Ottwa (KS.) fourth and Grand View (IA) fifth.  Northwestern College is tenth.  INDIVIDUAL LEADER BOARD:  1st-Karli Kerrigan of Grand View, at 8 under, has a seven-shot lead on  William Penn’s Brittany Evans.  Morningside’s Laia Bodosa is fifth at three over.

(men’s results after Day 1 / 36 holes) TEAM LEADER BOARD:  Texas Wesleyan has a five shot lead on Morningside with Ottwa (KS.) third, Grand View (IA.) fourth and Missouri Valley (MO.) fifth.  Northwestern and Dordt were tenth and eleventh.  INDIVIDUAL LEADER BOARD:  Sam Storey of Mornigside is 9 under and holds a four-shot lead over three golfers.

(N-F-L football)

Cleveland 23, N-Y Jets 3

EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. (AP) – Odell Beckham Jr. caught six passes for 161 yards and a long touchdown as the Cleveland Browns whipped the New York Jets, 23-3. Beckham took a slant pass and outran the Jets’ defenders all the way to the end zone for an 89-yard TD that put Cleveland up 23-3 with 3 1/2 minutes left in the third quarter. His spectacular 33-yard, one-handed grab got Cleveland down to the Jets 4 and set up a field goal for the game’s first points.

AP-SportsMinute

PITTSBURGH (AP) – Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger is scheduled to undergo season-ending surgery on his aching right elbow, putting the offense in the hands of Mason Rudolph. Roethlisberger shook his arm after a pair of passes with the Steelers driving late in the first half of yesterday’s loss to Seattle and watched the second half from the sideline. Roethlisberger has been Pittsburgh’s starter since taking over for Tommy Maddox in Week 2 of the 2004 season as a rookie.

NEW ORLEANS (AP) – A person familiar with the situation tells The Associated Press that New Orleans Saints quarterback Drew Brees (breez) is expected to be out six weeks after tearing a ligament in his right thumb during yesterday’s loss to the Los Angeles Rams. Saints coach Sean Payton declined today to go into detail about Brees’ condition or even rule him out for this Sunday’s game in Seattle. The injury occurred when the thumb hit the hand of on-rushing defensive lineman Aaron Donald on the follow-through of a throw in the first quarter.

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. (AP) – New England Patriots receiver Antonio Brown’s availability is again in limbo this week with the NFL preparing to meet with the former trainer that has filed a civil lawsuit accusing the star receiver of rape and sexual assault. The NFL declined today to comment on the allegations against Brown or when it would speak with his accuser. But the league told the Patriots last week that it was opening an investigation into the matter.

UNDATED (AP) – Chicago Cubs first baseman Anthony Rizzo will wear a walking boot for the next five to seven days after an MRI showed he had a moderate lateral right ankle sprain. Rizzo had to be helped off the field after sustaining the injury while fielding a bunt in the third inning of Sunday’s 16-6 rout of the Pirates. The Cubs can ill afford an extended loss of Rizzo as they continue to play without shortstop Javier Baez, who is out for the rest of the regular season with a hairline fracture of his left thumb.

 

 

TUESDAY RESULTS – September 17

(cross country)

WOODBURY CENTRAL INVITATIONAL

(girls results)  TEAM STANDINGS:  1. Sioux City East (35)  ..  2. Bishop Heelan (45)  ..  3. Sergeant Bluff-Luton (81)  ..  4. Woodbury Central/Kingsley-Pierson (95)  ..  5. Elk Point-Jefferson (140)  ..  6. Lawton-Bronson (145)  .. 7. West Monona (212)  ..  8. Gehlen Catholic (224)  ..  9. West Harrison (263)  ..  10. OA-BCIG (268).  Individual champion:  Kaia Downs (Sioux City East) (18:42.05).  WC/KP results:  8th-Erica Kuntz (21:01.88), 13th-Sarah Putze (21:45.58), 18th-Mary Putze (22.23.35), 25th-Sarahy Hamman (22:44.90), 34th-Kalyn Cameron (23:42.24), 35th-Gracia Widman (23:45.96) & 39th-Lillian Ofert (24:19.21).  MMCRU results:  15th-Kaitlyn Goth (22:05.95).  Gehlen Catholic results:  33rd-Addison Weber (23:32.91), 40th-Harlie Tesch (24:21.19), 55th-Addison Arens (26:00.52), 64th-Hannah Zubrod (26:55.38), 73rd-Patricia Sitzmann (28:34.38).  Hinton results:   61st-Kayana Kunkel (26:30.62), 65th-Morgan Stuckey (26:58.13) & 72nd-Johanna DeAndra (28:27.84).  JV girls:  1st-Sergeant Bluff-Luton.  WC/KP finished 4th.  1st-Leila Laureano of SBL.  MS girls:  1st-OA-BCIG.  WC/KP finished 2nd.  1st-Kaci Allen of Hinton.  Ava Lang of Hinton was 4th, Kendal Hamerlinck of Gehlen was 5th, Kiersten Cameron of WC/KP was 7th, & Joclyn Verschoor of WC/KP was 9th.

(boys results)  TEAM STANDINGS:  1. Sergeant Bluff-Luton (53)  ..  2. Gehlen Catholic (54)  ..  3. Sioux City East (77)  ..   4. Bishop Heelan (142)  ..  5. Siouxland Christian (153)  ..  6. MMCRU (157)  ..  7. OA-BCIG (159)  ..  8. Sioux City West (201)  ..  9. Elk Point-Jefferson  (234)  ..  10. West Monona (238)  ..  11. Hinton (248).  Individual champion:  Will Roder (Gehlen Catholic) (16:31.86).  Other Gehlen results:  3rd-Carson Tesch (17:08.15), 6th-Isaac Vaske (17:30.50), 14th-Carver Ruhland (18:10.77), 34th-Jeff Augustine (19:27.89) & 48th-Nathan Nemmers (20:30.94).  MMCRU results:  11th-Brett Staab (18:02.80), 32nd-Owen Alesch (19:16.91), 42nd-Gunner Grage (20:19.41), 45th-Preston Astidias (20:23.04), 46th-Camden Steffen (20:24.25), 54th-Brayden Dirks (21:01.54) & 56th-Derek Goth (21:08.11).  Hinton results:   28th-Aiden Christiansen (19:02.48), 44th-Dylan Devries (20:20.89), 60th-Jack Spersma (21:13.65), 73rd-Will Schindler (22:18.87) & 82nd-Garrett Moran (23:07.07).  WC/KP results:  35th-Tristan Jessen (19:37.02), 67th-Collin Verschoor (21:54.13), 68th-Marshall Benson (22:06.65) & 77th-Carson Seuntjens (22:36.36).  JV boys:  1. Sioux City East.  1st-Michael Widjaja of Sioux City East.  Vittorio Ballestrazzi of Gehlen finished 4th.  MS boys:  1. West Monona.  1st-Kaden Galles of MMCRU.

STORM LAKE INVITATIONAL

(girls results)  TEAM STANDINGS:  1. Harlan (35)  ..  2. Spencer (46)  ..  3. M-O-C/Floyd Valley (130)  ..  4. Unity Christian (132)  ..  5. Le Mars (142)  ..  6. Algona (186)  ..  7. Fort Dodge St. Edmond (197)  ..  8. Cherokee (201)  ..  9. Denison-Schleswig (250)  ..  10. Estherville/L-C (250)  ..  11. Ridge View (260)  ..  12. Spirit Lake (281)  ..  13. Storm Lake (364).  Individual champion:  Elisa Fisher (Spencer) (20:25.70).  Le Mars results:  11th-Chloe Calhoun (21:48.49), 19th-Kara Albrecht (22:35.28), 34th-Paige Washburn (23:30.95), 37th-Kylee Britt (23:41.01), 41st-Sarah Meis (24:03.93), 43rd-Emily Chamberlain (24:04.71) & 64th-Caroline Meis (25:49.87).  JV girls:  1. Harlan  ..  6. Le Mars.  1st-Raegen Wicks of Harlan.  (Le Mars had no top 10 finishers).  MS girls:  1. M-O-C/Floyd Valley  ..  7. Le Mars.  1st-Madison Stowater of Ridge View.  Sienna Kass of Le Mars finished 8th.

(boys results)  TEAM STANDINGS:  1. M-O-C/Floyd Valley (53)  ..  2. Le Mars (75)  ..  3. Fort Dodge (120)  ..  4. Spencer (148)  ..  5. Denison-Schleswig (163)  ..  6. Harlan (164)  ..  7. Storm Lake (176)  ..  8. Fort Dodge St. Edmond (182)  ..  9. Spirit Lake (193)  ..  10. Algona (210)  ..  11. Unity Christian (225)  ..  12. Cherokee (295)  ..  13. Estherville/L-C (323)  ..  14. Ridge View (410).  Individual champion:  Bryce Kremer (Cherokee) (17:20.62).  Le Mars results:  3rd-Ethan Hulinsky (17:44.94), 8th-Jason Sudtelgte (18:19.78), 11th-Blake Dirksen (18:30.82), 19th-Jackson Sudtelgte (18:56.59), 34th-Kaden Wingert (19:33.57), 53rd-Michael Meis (20:10.72), & 66th-Scott Ferguson (20:55.77).   JV boys:  1. Le Mars (25).  1st-Jack Huang of M-O-C/Floyd Valley.  2nd-Jacob O’Dwyer, 3rd-Kyle Herbst, 4th-Daniel Hinds, 6th Juan Sanchez & 10th-Austin Haworth.  MS boys:  1. M-O-C/Floyd Valley.  Le Mars finished 4th.  1st-Nathan Anderson of M-O-C/Floyd Valley.  Trace Obbink of Le Mars was 3rd.

(volleyball)

Unity Christian def. (#4-1A)Gehlen Catholic (8-4/3-1) 3-2.   (19-25, 25-18, 26-24, 20-25, 15-6)

Gehlen statistical leaders:  KILLS- Rachel Langel (14), Alyssa Kolbeck (10) & Sydney Livermore (9).  ASSISTS- Josie Kolbeck (20) & Sydney Livermore (14).  BLOCKS- Rachel Langel (6) & Allison Ruden (2).  DIGS- Chloe Bunkers (24), Sydney Livermore (13) & Alyssa Kolbeck (12).  SERVING- Josie Kolbeck (30-32/2 aces) & Chloe Bunkers (15-15/3 aces).

Le Mars (7-7/1-2) def. Sioux City North 3-0.  (25-14, 25-13, 25-21)

Le Mars statistical leaders:  KILLS- Pypr Stoeffler (17), Jacenta Sargisson (9), Kylie Dreckman (6), Maddie Pippeatt (5).  ASSISTS- Brooke Haage (33).  BLOCKS- Brooke Haage, Kylie Dreckman & Kady Leusink (2 each).  DIGS- Pypr Stoeffler (16), Jacenta Sargisson (14), &  Brooke Haage (13).  SERVING- Jacenta Sargisson (17-21/3 aces), Alivia Van Otterloo (15-18/2 aces), & Kady Leusink (11-14/5 aces).

 (golf)

NORTHWEST IOWA NATIONAL N-A-I-A INVITATIONAL

(women’s results) TEAM STANDINGS:  1st-Texas Wesleyan (902)  ..  2nd-William Penn (915)  ..  3rd-Morningside (916)  ..   9th-Northwestern College (1105).  INDIVIDUAL RESULTS:  1st-Karli Kerrigan of Grand View (215)  ..  2nd-Piper Frisbie of Texas Wesleyan (219)  ..  Morningside’s Laia Bodosa was fifth (223).

(men’s results)  TEAM STANDINGS1st-Ottawa (854)  ..  2nd-Texas Wesleyan (856)  ..   3rd-Morningside (858) ..  9th-Northwestern (898) and 11th-Dordt (945).  INDIVIDUAL RESULTS:  Noah Hoffman of Ottawa and Sam Storey of Morningside tied for first with 208’s.

 

 

WEDNESDAY RESULTS – September 18

(major league baseball)

INTERLEAGUE
Seattle 4, Pittsburgh 1
San Francisco 11, Boston 3
Tampa Bay 8, L-A Dodgers 7 (11 Innings) (Dodgers have already clinched the N-L West title)

AMERICAN LEAGUE
Oakland 1, Kansas City 0 (11 Innings)
Cleveland 2, Detroit 1 (10 Innings)
L-A Angels 3, N-Y Yankees 2 Yankees magic number at 1 to clinch A-L East title)
Houston 3, Texas 2 (Houston’s magic number at two to clinch the A-L West title)
Chicago White Sox 3, Minnesota 1 (Twins magic number at 7 to clinch the A-L Central title)
Toronto 11, Baltimore 10

NATIONAL LEAGUE
St. Louis 5, Washington 1 (St. Louis leads the N-L Central by 3 games over the Cubs and Brewers)
Arizona 5, Miami 4
N-Y Mets 7, Colorado 4
Philadelphia 4, Atlanta 1 (Atlanta’s magic number at two to clinch the N-L East title)
San Diego 2, Milwaukee 1
Cincinnati 3, Chicago Cubs 2 (10 Innings)

AP-SportsMinute

SEATTLE (AP) – New Orleans Saints quarterback Drew Brees (breez) will miss several weeks while recovering from surgery to repair a ligament near his right thumb. Coach Sean Payton wouldn’t discuss a timetable for Brees’ return, but said it’s unlikely he will be placed on injured reserve. That means doctors think Brees will be able to return this season. Payton declined to name a starter for the Sunday’s game at Seattle.

KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) – Pro Bowl left tackle Eric Fisher will undergo surgery on his injured groin, leaving the Chiefs without their blindside protector for Patrick Mahomes (mah-HOHMZ’) for the foreseeable future. Fisher hurt his groin in practice Friday but tried to play Sunday in Oakland. He only lasted a few plays before Cam Erving replaced him.

UNDATED (AP) – Two people with knowledge of the investigation into Antonio Brown being accused of sexual assault tell The Associated Press that one of the accusers has met with NFL investigators and that there is no timetable for concluding the probe. One of the people also confirmed that the district attorney’s office and police in Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, have reached out to Brown’s lawyer about the allegations Britney Taylor made against the Patriots wide receiver in a civil lawsuit.

LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) – The University of Louisville Athletic Association and former men’s basketball coach Rick Pitino have settled lawsuits stemming from his departure from the school. Pitino’s personnel file has been changed to note he resigned and wasn’t terminated. He received no money in the settlement. Pitino sued the ULAA for more than $38.7 million in November 2017. He accused the association of breaching its contract by firing him for cause the previous month in the wake of a federal bribery investigation of college basketball.

NEW YORK (AP) – Alibaba co-founder Joe Tsai (tsy) completed his purchase of the Brooklyn Nets and Barclays Center, and then announced that he had hired former Turner Sports President David Levy as CEO. Tsai’s purchase of the Nets was unanimously approved by the NBA’s board of governors. He spent nearly $3.5 billion for the team and the arena, a record sale for a U.S. sports franchise.

 

 

THURSDAY RESULTS – September 19

(boys golf)

Bishop Heelan 310, Le Mars (3-5) 341, & Sioux City West (no team score – only had three golfers).  Medalist:  Jackson Thompson (Bishop Heelan) (69).  Le Mars scores:  Brody Verschoor (40-41=81), Spencer Mackey (38-45=83), Trey Whidden (44-44=88), Cam Daggett (43-46=89), Damion Grasz (57-64=121), and Luke Skov (65-62=127).

(N-F-L football)

Jacksonville 20, Tennessee 7

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. – Gardner Minshew completed 20 of 30 passes for 204 yards and two touchdowns in the Jacksonville Jaguars’ 20-7 victory against the Tennessee Titans. Minshew found James O’Shaughnessy wide open for a 7-yard TD and tossed a 22-yard touchdown pass to DJ Chark. Jacksonville sacked Marcus Mariota nine times, including three by Calais Campbell.

 

 

FRIDAY RESULTS – September 20

 (high school football)

LE MARS — Le Mars celebrated homecoming on the newly renovated Jim Lorenzen Stadium field turf by rolling up 511 yards of offense and rolled over Sioux City North 62-13 Friday night in the Bulldogs last non-district tune-up before opening district play next Friday at Storm Lake.  Le Mars led 34-7 after the first quarter and 48-7 by halftime.  Tate Westhoff was a perfect 9 for 9 passing for 330 yards and five touchdowns.  Aisea Toki caught four passes for 198 yards and three touchdowns.  Trevor Smith ran for one score and caught a TD pass and back-up quarterback Carter Arens threw for one touchdown and ran for another.  The Dogs enter district play with a 3-and-1 record.

HAWARDEN — Top-rated (1A) West Sioux scored on their first ten possessions Friday night and rolled to a 75-13 win over Gehlen Catholic to close out a successful homecoming celebration in Hawarden.  Bryce Coppock and Kade Lynott scored four touchdowns each and Hunter Dekkers threw for two scores and ran for another to pace the Falcons’ attack.  Ryan Livermore threw a 76 yard touchdown pass to Jacob Nemmers late in the first quarter and then connected on a ten-yard TD pass to Ethan Herbst in the final 50 seconds of the first half.  West Sioux led 56-13 by halftime and scored on their first possession of the second half for a 62-13 spread as the West Sioux starters were stabled after that.  Levi Koopmans ran for a score and Dillion Lynott returned an interception 35 yards for the Falcons final touchdowns.  West Sioux finished with 485 yards, rushing for 254 of those yards.  Kade Lynott had 99 yards running the ball and caught six passes for another 118 yards.  Iowa State recruit, Hunter Dekkers, finished 12 of 18 passing for 226 yards.  Ryan Livermore passed for 208 yards for Gehlen on 18 for 32.  Ethan Herbst caught six passes for 59 yards and Jacob Nemmers hauled in five passes for 103 yards before leaving the game in the first half with an injury.  The Jays fall to 2-and-2 for the season and begin district play next Friday in their home opener against winless MMCRU.  Two-time defending State champion, West Sioux, is now 4-and-0.

CLASS 3A – District 1 (non-district games)

Le Mars (3-1) 62, Sioux City North 13
Denison-Schleswig 37, Kuemper Catholic 7
(#10-2A)OA-BCIG 48, Storm Lake 26
(#8-3A)Sergeant Bluff-Luton 34, Boyden-Hull/Rock Valley 14
Spencer 35, Humboldt 6
Bishop Heelan 58, Sioux City West 0

CLASS A – District 1 (non-district games)

(#1-1A)West Sioux 75, Gehlen Catholic (2-2) 13
West Monona 20, Akron-Westfield (0-4) 12
Hinton (2-2) 34, Logan-Magnolia 0
Okoboji 41, MMCRU (0-4) 0
Unity Christian 38, Hartley-Melvin-Sanborn 0
(#10-A)South O’Brien 42, Sioux Central 16

CLASS A – District 2 (non-district game)

Lawton-Bronson 24, Ridge View 6

CLASS A – District 10 (non-district game)

Woodbury Central 55, MVAOCOU 0
(#5-A)Westwood 41, Missouri Valley 0

CLASS 1A – District 1 (non-district games)

Emmetsburg 35, Cherokee Washington 33
(#5-1A)West Lyon 54, MOC-Floyd Valley 6
GT/RA 8, Sibley-Ocheyedan 6
(#9-1A)Western Christian 42, Central Lyon/George-Little Rock 5

CLASS 2A – District 1 (non-district game)

Estherville/Lincoln Central 17, Sheldon 6
Sioux Center 21, (#4-2A)Spirit Lake 15

CLASS 4A (non-district game)

Sioux City East 37, Council Bluffs A-L 0

EIGHT-MAN – District 1

#2-Remsen St. Mary’s (4-0) 63, River Valley 0
Newell-Fonda 45, Kingsley-Pierson (0-4) 8
Harris-Lake Park 60, Ar-We-Va 6
West Bend-Mallard 60, Siouxland Christian 28 (ND)

(college football)

Southern Cal 30, (10) Utah 23

 

 

SATURDAY RESULTS – September 21

 (volleyball)

CHEROKEE TOURNAMENT  —  Le Mars (10-9) went 3-2 

Le Mars lost to (#11-2A)Boyden-Hull 0-2.   (12-21, 18-21)  ..  Le Mars def. South O’Brien 2-0.  (21-14, 21-12)  ..  Le Mars lost to M-O-C/Floyd Valley 0-2.  (9-21, 14-21)  ..  Le Mars def. Hinton 2-0.  (21-9, 21-9)  ..  Le Mars def. Cherokee 2-0.  (22-20, 21-13).

Le Mars statistical leaders:  KILLS- Pypr Stoeffler (32), Jacenta Sargisson (18) & Kylie Dreckman (14).  ASSISTS-  Brooke Haage (65).  BLOCKS- Kylie Dreckman (9).  DIGS- Jacenta Sargisson (47), Alivia Van Otterloo (39), Pypr Stoeffler (34), & Kady Leusink (27).  SERVING- Jacenta Sargisson (47-49/ 5 aces), Brooke Haage (28-29/ 1 ace), Kady Leusink (24-28/ 3 aces), Alivia Van Otterloo (23-25/ 3 aces), Pypr Stoeffler (18-21/ 2 aces) & Maddie Pippett (15-18/ 4 aces).

(college football)

(18) Iowa was idle
Iowa State 72, Louisiana-Monroe 20
Nebraska 42, Illinois 38

AMES, Iowa (AP) — Sophomore Brock Purdy threw for a career-high 435 yards and tied a school record with six touchdowns and Iowa State throttled Louisiana-Monroe 72-20. Purdy tossed three touchdown passes and ran for 75 yards and three TDs for the Cyclones, becoming the first player in school history to surpass 500 yards of total offense.

CHAMPAIGN, Ill. (AP) — Adrian Martinez passed for 327 yards and three touchdowns to lead Nebraska over Illinois 42-38 in the Big Ten Conference opener for both teams. The Cornhuskers (3-1, 1-0) put up 690 yards of total offense compared to 299 by Illinois (2-2, 0-1).

AP Top-10 Games:
(1) Clemson 52, Charlotte 10
(2) Alabama 49, Southern Mississippi 7
(3) Georgia 23, (7) Notre Dame 17
(4) L-S-U 66, Vanderbilt 38
(6) Ohio State 76, Miami (Ohio) 5
(8) Auburn 28, (17) Texas A&M 20
(9) Florida 34, Tennessee 3

GPAC Games:
Morningside 51, Midland Lutheran 29
Briar Cliff 20, Doane 10
Northwestern 52, Dakota Wesleyan 7

(major league baseball)

INTERLEAGUE
Philadelphia 9, Cleveland 4

AMERICAN LEAGUE
N.Y. Yankees 7, Toronto 2 (Yankees have clinched A-L East)
Tampa Bay 5, Boston 4 (Rays lead Indians by 1 game for A-L 2nd wild card)
Chicago White Sox 5, Detroit 3
Seattle 7, Baltimore 6
Kansas City 12, Minnesota 5 (Twins lead Indians by 4 games in A-L Central with 7 games to play)
L.A. Angels 8, Houston 4 (Astros have clinched A-L West)
Oakland 12, Texas 3 (A’s lead A-L wild card)

NATIONAL LEAGUE
St. Louis 9, Chicago Cubs 8 (Cardinals lead N-L Central by 3 games over Brewers with 7 games to play)
Cincinnati 3, N.Y. Mets 2
Washington 10, Miami 4 (Nationals lead N-L wild card)
Milwaukee 10, Pittsburgh 1 (Brewers lead Cubs by 3 games for 2nd N-L wild card)
Atlanta 8, San Francisco 1 (Braves have clinched N-L East)
Arizona 4, San Diego 2
Colorado 4, L.A. Dodgers 2 (Dodgers have clinched N-L West)

 

 

SUNDAY RESULTS – September 22

 (volleyball)

C-Y-O TOURNAMENT AT ALGONA —  Gehlen (13-5) went 5-1 and finished 2nd

(#4-1A)Gehlen def. Remsen St. Mary’s 2-0.    (21-11, 21-9)

Serving: Sydney Livermore (13-13/ 2 aces) & Josie Kolbeck (6-6/ 2 aces)
Assists:  Josie Kolbeck (9) & Sydney Livermore (7)
Blocks: Rachel Langel & Miyah Whitehead (1 each)
Digs: Chloe Bunkers (11), Alyssa Kolbeck (5) & Abby Ruhland (4)
Kills: Miyah Whitehead (6) & Sydney Livermore (5)
(#4-1A)Gehlen lost to (#9-3A) Kuemper Catholic 0-2.   (15-21, 14-21)
Serving:  Miyah Whitehead (6-7/ 1 ace)
Assists: Josie Kolbeck & Sydney Livermore (4 each)
Blocks: Miyah Whitehead (2)
Digs: Sydney Livermore & Chloe Bunkers (5 each)
Kills:  Sydney Livermore (4)
(#4-1A)Gehlen def. Storm Lake St. Mary 2-0.   (21-4, 21-10)
Serves: Josie Kolbeck (10-11/ 1 ace) & Chloe Bunkers (9-10/ 2 aces)
Assists: Josie Kolbeck (6) & Cadence Goebel (3)
Blocks: several with 1 each
Digs: Sydney Livermore (7) & Chloe Bunkers (4)
Kills: Sydney Livermore(5) & Alyssa Kolbeck (3)
(#4-1A)Gehlen def. Fort Dodge St. Edmond’s 2-0.   (21-12, 21-16)
Serves: Chloe Bunkers (9-9/ 1 ace)
Assists: Sydney Livermore (10) & Josie Kolbeck (7)
Blocks: Sydney Livermore  & Rachel Langel (2 each)
Digs: Chloe Bunkers (8), Sydney Livermore & Abby Ruhland (4 each)
Kills: Miyah Whitehead (6) & Rachel Langel (4)
(#4-1A)Gehlen def. Bishop Garrigan 2-1.   (21-6, 17-21, 15-8)
Serves: Sydney Livermore (13-14/ 3 aces) & Chloe Bunkers (9-10/ 4 aces)
Assists: Sydney Livermore (9) & Josie Kolbeck (7)
BLocks: Sydney Livermore & Rachel Langel (2 each)
Digs: Chloe Bunkers (14), Abby Ruhland (6) & Alyssa Kolbeck (5)
Kills: Miyah Whitehead & Alyssa Kolbeck (7 each) and Sydney Livermore (5)
(#4-1A)Gehlen def. Bishop Heelan 2-0.   (21-10, 25-23)
Serves: Josie Kolbeck (14-14/ 2 aces) & Kate Hill (9-9/ 1 ace)
Assists: Josie Kolbeck (9) & Sydney Livermore (7)
Blocks:  Sydney Livermore & Rachel Langel (2 each)
Digs:  Chloe Bunkers (16) & Josie Kolbeck (6)
Kills: Sydney Livermore (8) & Rachel Langel (4)

 (N-F-L football)

Dallas 31, Miami 6
Minnesota 34, Oakland 14
Buffalo 21, Cincinnati 17
Kansas City 33, Baltimore 28
Indianapolis 27, Atlanta 24
Detroit 27, Philadelphia 24
Green Bay 27, Denver 16
New England 30, N.Y. Jets 14
N.Y. Giants 32, Tampa Bay 31
Carolina 38, Arizona 20
Houston 27, L.A. Chargers 20
New Orleans 33, Seattle 27
Pittsburgh 24, San Francisco 20
L.A. Rams 20, Cleveland 13

Monday:  Chicago at Washington

(major league baseball)

INTERLEAGUE
Cleveland 10, Philadelphia 1

AMERICAN LEAGUE
N.Y. Yankees 8, Toronto 3 (Yankees have clinched A-L East)
Boston 7, Tampa Bay 4 (Rays & Indians are tied for A-L 2nd wild card)
Detroit 6, Chicago White Sox 3
Baltimore 2, Seattle 1
Minnesota 12, Kansas City 8 (Twins lead Indians by 4 games in A-L Central with 6 games to play)
Houston 13, L.A. Angels 5 (Astros have clinched A-L West)
Texas 8, Oakland 3 (A’s lead A-L wild card by 2 games)

NATIONAL LEAGUE
St. Louis 3, Chicago Cubs 2 (Cardinals lead N-L Central by 3 games over Brewers with 6 games to play)
N.Y. Mets 6, Cincinnati 3
Miami 5, Washington 3 (Nationals & Brewers tied for N-L wild card lead)
Milwaukee 4, Pittsburgh 3 (Brewers & Nationals tied for N-L wild card  — 4 games ahead of Cubs)
San Francisco 4, Atlanta 1 (Braves have clinched N-L East)
San Diego 6, Arizona 4  (10 Innings)
L.A. Dodgers 7, Colorado 2 (Dodgers have clinched N-L West)