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KLEM Local Schedule (week of October 28)

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MONDAY RESULTS – October 28

(volleyball tournaments)

CLASS 1A REGIONAL QUARTERFINALS
(region 1)
#4-Gehlen Catholic (23-7) def. Kingsley-Pierson (15-21) 3-0.  (25-7, 25-19, 26-24)

statistical leaders:  KILLS- (GC) Alyssa Kolbeck, Sydney Livermore & Miyah Whitehead (5 each) and Rachel Langel & Allison Ruden (4 each).  (K-P) McKenzie Goodwin (7), Anna Bubke (6), & Rachel Bohle (5).  ASSISTS- (GC) Josie Kolbeck (12) & Sydney Livermore (8).  (K-P) Hayden Dunne (9) & Emy Benson (5).  BLOCKS- (GC) Miyah Whitehead (4) & Rachel Langel (2).  (K-P) McKenzie Goodwin & Chloe Peschau (3 each).  DIGS- (GC) Chloe Bunkers (17), Alyssa Kolbeck (8) & Josie Kolbeck (6).  (K-P) Abbi Bailey (15).  SERVING- (GC) Kate Hill (20-20/ 4 aces), Josie Kolbeck (15-15/ 7 aces) & Sydney Livermore (13-13/ 2 aces).  (K-P) McKenzie Goodwin (15-16/ 2 aces) & Hayden Dunne (11-12).

George-Little Rock def. Hartley-Melvin-Sanborn 3-0
Siouxland Christian def. Akron-Westfield 3-0
#12-Newell-Fonda def. MMCRU 3-0

CLASS 2A REGIONAL QUARTERFINALS
(region 1)
#1-Western Christian def. Rock Valley 3-0
Lawton-Bronson def. Ridge View 3-1
#9-Boyden-Hull def. South O’Brien 3-0
#12-Central Lyon def. West Sioux 3-0

(N-F-L football)

Pittsburgh 27, Miami 14

PITTSBURGH (AP) – The Dolphins raced out to a 14-0, first-quarter lead last night before James Connor finished with 145 yards rushing and a touchdown in the Pittsburgh Steelers’ 27-14 victory over Miami. Rudolph completed 20 of 36 passes for 251 yards, including a 45-yard touchdown to rookie Diontae Johnson late in the second quarter and a 26-yard strike to JuJu Smith-Schuster in the third. Minkah Fitzpatrick picked off Dolphins quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick twice after being traded by Miami last month.

 

 

TUESDAY RESULTS – October 29

(volleyball tournaments)

CLASS 3A SEMIFINALS
(region 1)
Sheldon def. #9-Spirit Lake 3-2
#12-Unity Christian def. #15-M-O-C/Floyd Valley 3-1

CLASS 4A SEMIFINALS
(region 1)
#1-Sergeant Bluff-Luton def. Le Mars (19-19) 3-0.  (25-17, 25-16, 25-9)

Le Mars statistical leaders:  KILLS- Pypr Stoeffler (10) & Jecenta Sargisson (7).  ASSISTS- Brooke Haage (23).  BLOCKS- Brooke Haage (1).  DIGS- Jecenta Sargisson (14), Brooke Haage & Alivia Van Otterloo (11 each), and Pypr Stoeffler & Kady Leusink (10 each).  SERVING- Pypr Stoeffler (9-9), Brooke Haage (8-8), Maddi Pippett (7-8), Kady Leusink (7-7), Jecenta Sargisson (6-6) & Alivia Van Otterloo (4-6).

Carroll def. Denison-Schleswig 3-0

CLASS 5A REGIONAL SEMIFINALS
(region 1)
#5-Council Bluffs A-L def. #15-Sioux City East 3-0
#9-Ankeny Centennial def. Fort Dodge 3-0

(major league baseball)

WORLD SERIES (best-of-seven)
(GAME 6) Washington 7, Houston 2  (series tied, 3-3)

HOUSTON (AP) – The Washington Nationals have forced a Game 7 in the World Series by getting strong performances from Anthony Rendon and Stephen Strasburg in a 7-2 win over the Astros in Houston. Rendon was 3-for-5 with a two-run homer and a two-run double to support Strasburg, who is 5-0 this postseason after limiting the Astros to two runs and seven hits while striking out seven over 8 1/3 innings. Strasburg blanked Houston after Alex Bregman hit a solo homer in the bottom of the first.

 

 

WEDNESDAY RESULTS – October 30

(major league baseball)

WORLD SERIES (best-of-seven)
(GAME 7) Washington 6, Houston 2  (Nationals win series, 4-3)

HOUSTON (AP) – Howie Kendrick belted a go-ahead, two-run homer off Will Harris in the seventh inning to carry the Washington Nationals to a 6-2 victory at Houston in Game 7 of the World Series. Astros starter Zack Greinke had a one-hit shutout in the seventh until Anthony Rendon launched a solo homer to help the Nats earn their first World Series title. Winning pitcher Patrick Corbin worked three shutout innings of relief and Adam Eaton delivered a two-run single in the ninth for Washington.

 

 

THURSDAY RESULTS – October 31

(volleyball tournaments)

CLASS 1A REGIONAL SEMIFINALS
(region 1)
#4-Gehlen Catholic (24-7) def. George-Little Rock 3-0.  (25-12, 25-10, 25-17)

Lady Jays statistical leaders:  KILLS- Sydney Livermore (13), Miyah Whitehead (10) & Alyssa Kolbeck (6).  ASSISTS- Josie Kolbeck (19) & Sydney Livermore (10).  BLOCKS- Rachel Langel (3).  DIGS- Chloe Bunkers & Sydney Livermore (9 each) and Alyssa Kolbeck (8).  SERVING- Chloe Bunkers (17-19/ 7 aces), Sydney Livermore (14-14/ 2 aces) & Alyssa Kolbeck (12-13/ 4 aces).

#12-Newell-Fonda (26-10) def. Siouxland Christian 3-1

CLASS 2A REGIONAL SEMIFINALS
(region 1)
#1-Western Christian def. Lawton-Bronson 3-0
#9-Boyden-Hull def. #12-Central Lyon 3-1

(N-F-L football)

San Francisco 28, Arizona 25

  PHOENIX (AP) – The San Francisco 49ers have kept their unbeaten string alive with a 28-25 of the Phoenix Cardinals. Jimmy Garoppolo threw for 317 yards and four touchdowns after falling behind 7-0 early. San Francisco is now 8-0 for the season. Arizona is now 3-5-1 after losing its second straight game. Rookie quarterback Kyler Murray threw for 241 yards and two touchdowns.

 

 

FRIDAY RESULTS – November 1

(high school football playoffs – first round)

REMSEN — No. 3 Remsen St. Mary’s had to overcome the loss of star quarterback Blaine Harpenau to a pulled hamstring in the first quarter but the Hawks rallied behind freshman backup Jaxon Bunkers to beat East Mills 66-28 Friday night in the opening round of the eight-man playoffs.  Harpenau threw scoring passes to Damon Brownmiller and Austin Jensen in the first two minutes of the game before breaking loose on a 68-yard touchdown run on the Hawks third possession of the night.  But that would be Harpenau’s last play of the game as he limped off the field clutching his left hamstring.  Bunkers overcame a shaky start that included a fumbled center snap and a pair of three-and-outs that allowed East Mills to rally from a 20-6 deficit to tie that game at 20-20 after one quarter.  Bunkers settled his nerves down in the second quarter and led St. Mary’s to four scoring drives that had the Hawks in front 48-20 by halftime.  Damon Browmiller’s touchdown run gave St. Mary’s a 26-20 lead and a pair of Jeremy Koenck TD runs of four and eight yards increased the lead to 42-20 with 33 seconds to play in the half.  The Hawks recovered a squibbed kickoff at the Wolverines 33 yard line and scored off the turnover on an 18-yard Bunkers to Jensen TD-pass with three seconds to play before halftime.  Koenck added his third touchdown of the game in the third quarter on a 23-yard run and the final two St. Mary’s scores came from a pair of freshman, Brenden Fisch and Alex Schroeder, in the fourth quarter.  Jeremy Koenck finished with 261 yards on 23 carries.  Michael Schafer threw four touchdown passes for East Mills.  The game was marred by 23 penalties between the two teams for 195 yards and five turnovers.  Remsen St. Mary’s (10-0) will host No. 8 Fremont-Mills (7-1) next Friday at 7 o’clock in the quarterfinals.  The game will be carried on KLEM radio.

EIGHT-MAN
#3-Remsen St. Mary’s (10-0) 66, East Mills (7-3) 28
#4-Audubon (10-0) 48, #7-Harris-Lake Park (8-2) 28

CLASS A
#10-South O’Brien (9-1) 43, Tri-Center (7-3) 7
#7-Woodbury Central (9-1) 27, Westwood (7-3) 0

CLASS 1A
#4-West Lyon (9-1) 55, Osage (5-5) 14
#3-West Sioux (9-1) 42, #9-Underwood (8-2) 7
#7-Treynor (10-0) 21, #8-Western Christian (8-2) 10

CLASS 2A
#3-Algona (10-0) 35, Central Lyon/George-Little Rock (5-5) 14
#2-Clear Lake (10-0) 21, Spirit Lake (7-3) 7
#4-OA-BCIG (10-0) 26, West Marshall (6-4) 7

CLASS 3A
#7-Sergeant Bluff-Luton (9-1) 48, Carlisle (7-3) 15

(college basketball)

(M) Morningside 59, Indiana Technical Institute 58  — former Bulldogs, Tyler Borchers (8 pts./5 reb.) & Will Pottebaum (5 pts./4 reb.) for the Mustangs.

(M) Mayville State 81, Northwetsern 57  — former Bulldog, Trent Hilbrands (13 pts.) and former Hinton Blackhawk, Jay Small (10 pts.) for the Red Raiders.

 

 

SATURDAY RESULTS – November 2

(cross country – State meet at Fort Dodge)

CLASS 1A PLYMOUTH COUNTY RESULTS:  (girls) 73rd- Caitlyn Goth (MMCRU) (21:28.3)  ..  (boys) 13th- Gehlen Catholic (254).  Jays individual results among the team qualifiers and their overall finish in th meet:

    7th  Will Roder (16:40)  (9th overall)  
   24th  Isaac Vaske (17:26)  (33rd overall)
   68th  Jeff Augustine (18:26)  (101st overall)
   77th  Vittorio Ballestrazzi (18:47) (114th overall) 
   78th  Carver Ruhland (18:49)  (115th overall)
   79th  Carson Tesch (18:58)  (116th overall)
   87th  Nathan Nemmers (19:17)  (124th overall)

CLASS 2A PLYMOUTH COUNTY RESULTS:  (girls) 7th- Kingsley-Pierson/Woodbury Central (179)  ..  8th- Unity Christian  ..  10th- Cherokee Washington.  KP/WC individual results among team qualifiers and their overall finish in the meet: 

    9th  Sarahy Hamman (19:43.3)  (13th overall)
   33rd  Kalyn Cameron (21:05.1)  (55th overall)
   36th  Sarah Putze (21:09.4)  (59th overall)
   50th  Mary Putze (21:33.2)  (76th overall)
   51st  Erika Kuntz (21:33.4)  (77th overall)
   64th  Lynsey Countryman (22:01.2)  (96th overall)
   79th  Makayla Archer (22:29.0)  (112th overall)

CLASS 3A PLYMOUTH COUNTY RESULTS:  (girls)  56th- Chloe Calhoun (Le Mars) (20:26.6)  ..  (boys) 58th- Jason Sudtelgte (17:15.1) & 109th- Ethan Hulinsky (Le Mars) (18:10.3)

(college football)

(19) Iowa & Iowa State were idle
Purdue 31, Nebraska 27

AP Top 10 Games:
(4) Clemson 59, Wofford 14
(8) Georgia 24, (6) Florida 17
(7) Oregon 56, Southern Cal 24
(9) Utah 33, Washington 24

G-P-A-C Games:
Morningside 42, Doane 10
Northwestern 38, Briar Cliff 7
Dordt 70, Hastings 28

(college basketball)

(M) Morningside 78, Cornerstone 58  —  former Bulldogs, Tyler Borchers (27 pts./6 reb.) & Will Pottebaum (6 pts.)

(M) Northwestern 99, Valley City State 68  —  former Bulldog Trent Hilbrands (27 pts./5 reb) & former Hinton Blackhawk Jay Small (6 pts./6 reb.)

 

 

SUNDAY RESULTS – November 3

(N-F-L football)

Houston 26, Jacksonville 3
Buffalo 24, Washington 9
Kansas City 26, Minnesota 23
Miami 26, N.Y. Jets 18
Philadelphia 22, Chicago 14
Pittsburgh 26, Indianapolis 24
Carolina 30, Tennessee 20
Oakland 31, Detroit 24
Seattle 40, Tampa Bay 34, OT
Denver 24, Cleveland 19
L.A. Chargers 26, Green Bay 11
Baltimore 37, New England 20

Monday: Dallas at N.Y. Giants