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KLEM Local Schedule (week of October 1)

MONDAY RESULTS - October 1

(football)

(freshman) M-O-C/Floyd Valley 16 Le Mars 6
(sophomore) Le Mars 19 M-O-C/Floyd Valley 6

Lawton-Bronson JV 25 Gehlen Catholic JV 18

N-F-L: Chicago 34 Dallas 18

(major league baseball scores)

AMERICAN LEAGUE
N.Y. Yankees 10, Boston 2
Chicago White Sox 11, Cleveland 0
Toronto 6, Minnesota 5, 10 innings
Tampa Bay 5, Baltimore 3
Detroit 6, Kansas City 3
Oakland 4, Texas 3
L.A. Angels 8, Seattle 4

NATIONAL LEAGUE
Pittsburgh 2, Atlanta 1
Philadelphia 2, Washington 0
Miami 3, N.Y. Mets 2
Houston 3, Chicago Cubs 0
Milwaukee 5, San Diego 3
St. Louis 4, Cincinnati 2
Colorado 7, Arizona 5, 13 innings
L.A. Dodgers 3, San Francisco 2

 

 

 

TUESDAY RESULTS - October 2

(volleyball)

(#7-1A)Gehlen Catholic (16-9/6-1) beat Spalding Catholic 3-0  (25-14, 25-7, 25-14)

LADY JAYS STATISTICAL LEADERS:  KILLS - Alison Schnepf 9, Hannah Kessenich 6, Bailey Wiltgen 6, & Katelin Langel 5  ...  BLOCKS - Alison Schnepf 2  ...  ASSISTS - Abby Freking 23  ...  DIGS - Shannon Smith 14, Bailey Wiltgen 8, & Abby Freking 7  ...  SERVING - Shannon Smith 22-22 with 6 aces, Bailey Wiltgen 15-17 with 4 aces, & Abby Freking 10-11 with 1 ace.



(#15-4A)Le Mars (16-7/3-1) beat Cherokee 3-0  (25-14, 25-10, 25-16)

LADY BULLDOGS STATISTICAL LEADERS:  KILLS - Erin Kommes 9, Carolyn Ahlers 7, Morgan Ohm 7, & Britney Thompson 6  ...  BLOCKS - Britney Thompson 3 & Carolyn Ahlers 2  ...  ASSISTS - Emily Pick 29  ...  DIGS - Emily Ellefson 5  ...  SERVING - Britney Thompson 16-17 with 1 ace, Emily Pick 9-10 with 3 aces, Erin Kommes 8-8 with 2 aces, Carolyn Ahlers 7-7 & Ashley Phelan 7-7.

 

(cross country)

Kingsley-Pierson Invitational

(girls results)  TEAM STANDINGS: 1. West Harrison 47  2. Gehlen Catholic 53  3. Woodbury Central 60  4. Hinton 72  5. South O'Brien 96.  Individual results for Gehlen - 7. Alli Sitzmann (17:26)  ...  11. Leah Ellensohn (18:09)  ...  13. Maggie DeRocher (18:26)  ...  16. Alexis Madsen (18:38)  ...  21. Rachel Tentinger (18:52)  ...  42. Rachel Kellen.

(boys results)  TEAM STANDINGS: 1. South O'Brien 45  2. Woodbury Central 71  3. Gehlen Catholic 84  4. Hinton 95  5. Westwood 111  6. West Monona 145  7. Lawton-Bronson 156.  Individual results for the Jays -  9. Jacob Begnoche (17:57)  ...  11. Nathan Klein (18:27)  ...  22. Andrew Lipp (19:07)  ...  27. Alvaro Pons (19:20)  ...  31. Shawn Denney-Taylor  ...  37. Ben Fuentes  ...  46. Greg Langel  ...  51. David Puhl.  JV results- Luis Moreno finished 23rd.



Cherokee Invitational

(girls results)   TEAM FINISH: Le Mars finished 3rd.  Individual results for the Lady Bulldogs -  1. Kenzie Theisen (14:59)  ...  13. Marissa Marek (16:50)  ...  16. Ellen Meis (17:15)  ...  26. Yashila Permeswaren  ...  27. Mickie Theisen  ...   31. Katrina Engebretson  ...   33. Meredith Rand.  JV results - Le Mars finished 3rd.  Indivdually, 3. Paige Deardorff (17:38)  ...   13. Nicole Van Otterloo (19:00)  ...  15. Kelsey Clay (19:12)  ...  17. Riley Roepke (19:17).  MS meet - Mary Meis won the meet in a time of 13:41.

(boys results)  TEAM FINISH: Le Mars finished tenth out of 13 teams.  Individual results for the Bulldogs - 16. Rodrigo Cobian (17:67)  ...  35. Eli Engebretson (18:32)  ...  37. A.J. Schroeder (18:37)  ...  58. Austin Sudletge  ...  68. Trevor Kliever  ...  69. Drew Weiner  ...  71. Brett Marek.  JV results - Le Mars finished 6th.  Individually, 11. Joel Haden (19:59)  ...  27. Cody Sherlock  ...  36. David Brown  ...  38. Riley Magnussen  ...  41. Nick Madson.

 

(major league baseball results)

AMERICAN LEAGUE
N.Y. Yankees 4, Boston 3, 12 innings (N.Y. Yankees lead the A-L East over Baltimore by one game)
Cleveland 4, Chicago White Sox 3, 12 innings
Toronto 4, Minnesota 3
Baltimore 1, Tampa Bay 0
Kansas City 4, Detroit 2 (Detroit is the A-L Central champion)
Oakland 3, Texas 1 (Oakland & Texas are tied for the A-L West lead going into today's regular season finale)
Seattle 6, L.A. Angels 1

NATIONAL LEAGUE
Pittsburgh 5, Atlanta 1 (Atlanta has claimed the first N-L Wild Card spot)
Washington 4, Philadelphia 2 (Washington is the N-L East champion)
Miami 4, N.Y. Mets 3, 11 innings
Houston 3, Chicago Cubs 0
Milwaukee 4, San Diego 3
Cincinnati 3, St. Louis 1 (Cincinnati is the N-L Central champion and St. Louis is the N-L's second Wild Card team)
Arizona 5, Colorado 3
San Francisco 4, L.A. Dodgers 3 (San Francisco is the N-L West champion)

(the regular season ends Wednesday)

 

 

 

WEDNESDAY RESULTS - October 3

(baseball headlines)

UNDATED (AP) - Baseball's postseason begins Friday with a pair
of one-game playoffs among the wild card teams. In the National
League, St. Louis travels to Atlanta to play the Braves and their
hot starter Kris Medlen while in the American League, Baltimore
travels to Texas to play the two-time AL champion Rangers.

UNDATED (AP) - The other baseball pairings are set, some decided
on the 162nd game of the regular season. The AL East champion New
York Yankees will open on the road Sunday against the wild card
winner, either Baltimore or Texas. Detroit will play Oakland in the
other AL playoff series, starting Saturday.

UNDATED (AP) - On Saturday night, Johnny Cueto will
start for visiting Cincinnati against Matt Cain and San Francisco
in Game 1 of the NL division series. On Sunday, the Washington
Nationals with the best record in baseball at 98-54 send out
21-game winner Gio Gonzalez against the winner of the
Atlanta-St. Louis one-game playoff.

KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) - Miguel Cabrera received a standing
ovation at Kauffman Stadium after going 0-for-2 but securing
baseball's first Triple Crown in 45 years. The Detroit third
baseman finished the regular season with a .330 average, 44 homers
and 139 RBI, the first Triple Crown winner since Boston's Carl
Yastrzemski in 1967, and 10th in baseball
history.

(major league baseball scores)

AMERICAN LEAGUE
Wednesday's Games
Oakland 12, Texas 5
Seattle 12, L.A. Angels 0
N.Y. Yankees 14, Boston 2
Chicago White Sox 9, Cleveland 0
Toronto 2, Minnesota 1
Tampa Bay 4, Baltimore 1
Detroit 1, Kansas City 0
---
NATIONAL LEAGUE
Wednesday's Games
Atlanta 4, Pittsburgh 0
Washington 5, Philadelphia 1
Chicago Cubs 5, Houston 4
N.Y. Mets 4, Miami 2
Colorado 2, Arizona 1
L.A. Dodgers 5, San Francisco 1
San Diego 7, Milwaukee 6
St. Louis 1, Cincinnati 0
End of Regular Season

FINAL STANDINGS

AMERICAN LEAGUE
East Division
W   L   Pct   GB  WCGB  L10  Str  Home  Away
x-New York               95  67  .586   -    -   7-3  W-4  51-30 44-37
y-Baltimore              93  69  .574   2    -   6-4  L-1  47-34 46-35
Tampa Bay                90  72  .556   5    3   8-2  W-1  46-35 44-37
Toronto                  73  89  .451  22   20   7-3  W-3  41-40 32-49
Boston                   69  93  .426  26   24   1-9  L-8  34-47 35-46
Central Division
W   L   Pct   GB  WCGB  L10  Str  Home  Away
x-Detroit                88  74  .543   -    -   8-2  W-1  50-31 38-43
Chicago                  85  77  .525   3    8   4-6  W-1  45-36 40-41
Kansas City              72  90  .444  16   21   2-8  L-1  37-44 35-46
Cleveland                68  94  .420  20   25   6-4  L-1  37-44 31-50
Minnesota                66  96  .407  22   27   3-7  L-5  31-50 35-46
West Division
W   L   Pct   GB  WCGB  L10  Str  Home  Away
x-Oakland                94  68  .580   -    -   8-2  W-6  50-31 44-37
y-Texas                  93  69  .574   1    -   3-7  L-3  50-31 43-38
Los Angeles              89  73  .549   5    4   6-4  L-2  46-35 43-38
Seattle                  75  87  .463  19   18   3-7  W-2  40-41 35-46
---
NATIONAL LEAGUE
East Division
W   L   Pct   GB  WCGB  L10  Str  Home  Away
x-Washington             98  64  .605   -    -   6-4  W-2  50-31 48-33
y-Atlanta                94  68  .580   4    -   7-3  W-1  48-33 46-35
Philadelphia             81  81  .500  17    7   4-6  L-2  40-41 41-40
New York                 74  88  .457  24   14   5-5  W-1  36-45 38-43
Miami                    69  93  .426  29   19   3-7  L-1  38-43 31-50
Central Division
W   L   Pct   GB  WCGB  L10  Str  Home  Away
x-Cincinnati             97  65  .599   -    -   5-5  L-1  50-31 47-34
y-St. Louis              88  74  .543   9    -   7-3  W-1  50-31 38-43
Milwaukee                83  79  .512  14    5   4-6  L-1  49-32 34-47
Pittsburgh               79  83  .488  18    9   4-6  L-1  45-36 34-47
Chicago                  61 101  .377  36   27   2-8  W-1  38-43 23-58
Houston                  55 107  .340  42   33   5-5  L-1  35-46 20-61
West Division
W   L   Pct   GB  WCGB  L10  Str  Home  Away
x-San Francisco          94  68  .580   -    -   5-5  L-1  48-33 46-35
Los Angeles              86  76  .531   8    2   8-2  W-1  45-36 41-40
Arizona                  81  81  .500  13    7   4-6  L-1  41-40 40-41
San Diego                76  86  .469  18   12   4-6  W-1  42-39 34-47
Colorado                 64  98  .395  30   24   6-4  W-1  35-46 29-52
x-clinched division
y-clinched wild card








THURSDAY RESULTS - October 4

(volleyball)

(#13-4A)Le Mars (17-7/4-1) beat Estherville/Lincoln Central 3-1  (22-25, 25-23, 25-21, 25-17)

LADY BULLDOGS STATISTICAL LEADERS:  KILLS - Erin Kommes 16, Madison Heidebrink 11, Britney Thompson 9, & Carolyn Ahlers 9  ...   BLOCKS - Britney Thompson 2  ...  ASSISTS - Emily Pick 42  ...  DIGS - Emily Pick 4, Britney Thompson 4, Emily Ellefson 3 & Carolyn Ahlers 3  ...  SERVING - Morgan Ohm 23-24, Emily Pick 13-15 with 2 aces, Britney Thompson 14-14, Carolyn Ahlers 12-13 with 4 aces & Erin Kommes 11-12.


(#7-1A)Gehlen Catholic (17-9/7-1) beat West Sioux 3-0  (25-14, 25-17, 25-20)

LADY JAYS STATISTICAL LEADERS:  KILLS - Katelin Langel 10, Bailey Wiltgen 9 & Alison Schnepf 6  ...  BLOCKS - Hannah Kessenich 2 & Katelin Langel 2  ...  ASSISTS - Abby Freking 26  ...  DIGS - Shannon Smith 15, Abby Freking 13 & Emily Holtgrewe 10  ...  SERVING - Abby Freking 20-22 with 4 aces, Katelin Langel 12-14 with 5 aces.

 

(cross country)

West Sioux Invitational

(girls results) CLASS B: 1. Gehlen Catholic (third straight title for the Lady Jays at Hawarden).  Individually, 1. Nicki Schwarz of Marcus/Meriden-Cleghorn (17;15:56)  ...  (for Gehlen Catholic) 2. Leah Ellensohn (17:37)  ...  4. Maggie DeRocher (19:15)  ...  5. Alexis Madsen (19:21)  ...  6. Rachel Tentinger (19:22)  ...  10. Rachel Kellen (22:15).  CLASS A: 1. Bishop Heelan  2. Le Mars.  Individually, 1. Kenzie Theisen (15:11)  ...  9. Marissa Marek (16:54)  ...  13. Mickie Theisen (17:15)  ...  14. Yashila Permeswaren (17:31.12)  ...  15. Katrina Engebretson (17:35.58)  ...  17. Paige Deardorff (17:46.03).

JV results: Le Mars finished second behind Bishop Heelan.  Individually, 3. Meredith Rand (18:01.94)  ...  4. Kelsey Clay (18:24.24)  ...  8. Nicole Van Otterloo (18:44.62).  MS: 1. Mary Meis of Le Mars (12:44.96) ...  3. Michaela Thrun (13:33.87)  ...  5. Hannah Wood (13:42.13  ...  9. Christian Konz (15:56.61).

(boys results) CLASS B: 1. Gehlen Catholic (second straight title at West Sioux for the Jays)  2. Westwood  3. West Sioux.  Individually, 1. Hunter Hostetler of Westwood (18:13.79)  ...  2. Garrett Wall of Akron-Westfield (18:34.62)  ...  (for Gehlen Catholic) 5. Nathan Klein (19:20.33)  ...  7. Andrew Lipp (20:22.81)  ...  10. Shawn Denney-Taylor (21:05.47)  ...  12. Greg Langel (21:09.57)  ...  14. Ben Fuentes (21:39.59).  CLASS A: 1. Bishop Heelan  2. Le Mars.  Individually, 1. Alec DeVries of Heelan (16:46.19)  ... (for Le Mars) 6. Rodrigo Cobian (18:13)  ...  9. Eli Engebretson (18:44)  ...  10. A.J. Schroeder (18:48)  ...  14. Trevor Kliever (19:20)  ...  16. Austin Sudtelgte (19:30)  ...  17. Drew Weiner (19:35)  ...  19. Brett Marek (19:38).

JV results: Le Mars edged out Bishop Heelan for first place.  Individually, 2. Riley Magnussen (19:51)  ...  4. Joel Haden (20:15)  ...  7. Glen Clark (20:41)  ...  8. Cody Sherlock (20:41)  ...  11. David Brown (20:44) ...  (for Gehlen) 32. David Puhl  ...   34. Luis Moreno.  MS: 4. Matt Simoni (12:23)  ...  5. Parker Magnusson  ...  7. Alec Rieken.


(football)

HIGH SCHOOL -- CLASS 4A - division 1
(#7)Sioux City East 27 (#9)Urbandale 21

COLLEGE: (#13)U-S-C 38 Utah 28

N-F-L game: St. Louis 17 Arizona 3

 

 

 

 

FRIDAY RESULTS - October 5

(high school football)

(LE MARS) -- Brady Ross gouged the Le Mars Bulldogs for 191 yards rushing and two touchdowns to lead the Humboldt Wildcats to a 21-12 non-district football win Friday night at Jim Lorenzen Field.  Ben Jacobson opened the scoring with a 58-yard TD pass to Landon Nokleby in the first quarter for Humboldt.  Travis Kinney ran two yards for the first Bulldogs score to cut the Wildcats lead to 7-6 before Ross' two TD runs made it 21-6 in the fourth quarter.  Levi TeBrink connected with Brennan Buss on a 12-yard scoring pass late in the game but the touchdown proved to be too little, too late as Le Mars fell to 5-and-2 for the season.  Humboldt out-gained Le Mars 407-to-207 for the game.  Le Mars  returns to district play next Friday, hosting Storm Lake in their final regular season home game.  Game time will be 7:30.

(HULL) -- Western Christian all but snuffed out Gehlen Catholic's playoff hopes for 2012 with a 29-7 win at Hull Friday night in Class 1A District 1 football action.  In a mistake-marred game that featured four turnovers by both teams, the Wolfpack and Jays combined for 21 points in a scoring flurry in the final three minutes of the first half.  A first quarter safety by Western Christian had been the only scoring to that point.  Michael Den Herder hauled in a 14-yard scoring pass from Daniel Van Maanen to put the Wolfpack in front 9-0 with 3:12 to play before halftime.  Gehlen answered with a five play, 87-yard drive that Blake Wiltgen ended with a two yard TD run to cut the deficit to 9-7.  Brady Van't Hul returned the ensuing kickoff 85 yards for a back-breaking touchdown and Western Christian took a 16-7 lead to the locker room.  After a scoreless third quarter, Gehlen fumbled a fair catch attempt on a punt at their own six yard line to set up a three-yard run by Drew Van Sloten to extend the lead to 22-7 and after failing to convert a fourth down play late in the game, Gehlen turned the ball over to the Wolfpack at the five and Brady Van't Hul quickly converted that opportunity into points with a three-yard run.  The Jays threw for 206 yards but rushed for only five yards.  The Wolfpack featured alittle more balance with 188 yards rushing and 157 yards passing.  Gehlen falls to 2-and-5 for the season and 2-and-3 in district play.  Next week, Gehlen plays a non-district game at Unity Christian in their final road trip of the season.  The game will be carried on KLEM starting with the Tony Gunter Pregame Show at 6:45.  Kickoff is set for 7 o'clock at DeValois Field on the Northwestern College campus.

CLASS 3A - District 2
Humboldt 21 LeMars (5-2) 12 (ND)      (freshman game - Humboldt 28 Le Mars 0)
(#2)Bishop Heelan 17 Carroll 14
Spencer 28 Denison-Schleswig 6
Storm Lake 54 Sergeant Bluff-Luton 20

CLASS 1A - District 1
Western Christian 29 Gehlen Catholic (2-5/2-3) 7
(#5)Emmetsburg 42 Hartley-Melvin-Sanborn 0
South O'Brien 37 North Union 0
Sioux Central 35 Okoboji 0 (ND)

CLASS 1A - District 2
(#4)IKM-Manning 42 Maple Valley-Anthon-Oto 0
Ridge View 18 Pocahontas Area/Pomeroy-Palmer 12
(#7)Fort Dodge St. Edmond 21 Manson-Northwest Webster 7

CLASS A - District 1
(#3)Akron-Westfield (7-0/5-0) 34 Alta/Aurelia 18
Hinton (5-2/4-1) 46 Sibley-Ocheyedan 0
(#7)West Lyon 57 (#8)Lawton-Bronson 3
Woodbury Central 63 West Sioux 40

CLASS A - District 8
Westwood 20 West Monona 14
A-H-S-T, Avoca 24 East Mills 10
(#9)Logan-Magnolia 48 Underwood 0
Griswold 47 Riverside, Oakland 7

CLASS 2A - District 1
(#1)Boyden-Hull/Rock Valley 47 MOC-Floyd Valley 6
Sheldon 35 Sioux Center 0
Central Lyon/George-Little Rock 53 Unity Christian 19
East Sac County 20 Cherokee 14 (ND)

CLASS 2A - District 2
(#5)Spirit Lake 46 Clarion-Goldfield 7
Forest City 41 Estherville Lincoln Central 0
Garner-Hayfield/Ventura 21 South Central Calhoun 20

CLASS 4A - Division 2
(#1)Ankeny 63 Sioux City North 13
CLASS 4A - Division 4
(#8)Southeast Polk 63 Sioux City West 14

EIGHT MAN - District 1
Remsen St. Mary's(3-4/3-2) 48 Whiting 8
Remsen-Union (4-3/3-2) 51 Kingsley-Pierson (3-4/3-2) 14
(#7)Marcus-Meriden-Cleghorn 80 River Valley 38
Harris-Lake Park 86 Clay Central-Everly 6

 

(major league baseball Wild Card games)

NATIONAL LEAGUE: St. Louis 6 Atlanta 3

AMERICAN LEAGUE: Baltimore 5 Texas 1

ATLANTA (AP) - The St. Louis Cardinals took advantage of three
errors by Atlanta's infield to score four unearned runs in a 6-3
win over the Braves. Matt Holliday hit a solo homer and winning
pitcher Kyle Lohse (lohsh) allowed two runs and six hits while
striking out six in 5 2/3 innings. The win puts the Redbirds in the
NLDS against the Washington Nationals.

ATLANTA (AP) - Braves third baseman Chipper Jones went 1-for-5
with an error in his final major league game on Friday. Jones'
throwing error led to two unearned runs as Atlanta lost to St.
Louis 6-3 in the NL wild-card game. He was 0-for-4 before beating
out an infield single with two out in the bottom of the ninth.

ARLINGTON, Texas (AP) - It will be the Baltimore Orioles against
the New York Yankees in the ALDS after the Birds downed the Rangers
5-1 in Texas. Joe Saunders combined with three relievers on an
eight-hitter to help the Orioles win their first playoff game since
1997. Nate McLouth drove in two runs and Robert Andino scored twice
as the Orioles ended the Rangers' two-year run as American League
champions.

 

 

 

SATURDAY RESULTS - October 6

(volleyball)

Western Christian Tournament at Hull (Le Mars went 2-and-4 and finished 6th.  Their season record stands at 19-and-11)

LADY BULLDOG RESULTS:  (pool play) (#13-4A)Le Mars lost 14-21, 10-21 to (#6-3A)Unity Christian  ...   Le Mars beat Sioux City East 21-13, 21-19  ...  Le Mars beat Sergeant Bluff-Luton 23-21, 14-21, 15-9  ...  (#13-4A)Le Mars lost to (#2-2A)Western Christian 11-21, 6-21  ...  (consolation bracket semifinals) Le Mars lost to (#6-3A)Unity Christian 17-21, 11-21  ... (5th/6th place match) Le Mars lost to (#3-4A)Harlan 13-21, 15-21.

LADY BULLDOGS STATISTICAL LEADERS:  KILLS - Erin Kommes 30, Britney Thompson 28, Carolyn Ahlers 18 & Morgan Ohm 17  ...  BLOCKS - Britney Thompson 5 & Holly Schneider 3  ...  ASSISTS - Emily Pick 92  ...  DIGS - Britney Thompson 12  ...  SERVING - Emily Pick 36-39 with 4 aces, Britney Thompson 31-31 with 3 aces, Morgan Ohm 30-30 with 1 ace, Erin Kommes 26-26 with 3 aces & Carolyn Ahlers 23-25 with 1 ace.

(Junior Madison Heidebrink sat out the tournament due to a concussion)

 

(college football)

( 2) Oregon 52 (23) Washington 21
N.C. State 17 ( 3) Florida State 16
(10) Florida 14 ( 4) L-S-U 6
( 6) South Carolina 35 ( 5) Georgia 7
( 7) Kansas State 56 Kansas 16
( 8) West Virginia 48 (11) Texas 45
( 9) Notre Dame 41 Miami (FL) 3
(12) Ohio State 63 (21) Nebraska 38
(14) Oregon State 19 Washington State 6
(15) Clemson 47 Georgia Tech 31
Iowa State 37 (15) T-C-U 23
(17) Oklahoma 41 Texas Tech 20
(18) Stanford 54 Arizona 48
(20) Mississippi State 27 Kentucky 14
(22) Rutgers 19 Connecticut 3
Penn State 39 (24) Northwestern 28
California 43 (25) UCLA 17

(Iowa & U-N-I are idle)
(#11)Northwestern 39 Midland Lutheran 20
(#4)Morningside 28 (#18)Doane 3
Concordia 45 Briar Cliff 12
(#25)Dakota Wesleyan 45 Dordt 31
Western Illinois 24 U-S-D 17
SW Minnesota State 40 Wayne State 24
Wartburg 42 Buena Vista 21

 

(major league baseball Divisional playoffs - beat-of-five series)

AMERICAN LEAGUE: Detroit 3 Oakland 1 (Detroit leads series, 1-0)

NATIONAL LEAGUE: Cincinnati 5 San Francisco 2 (Cincinnati leads series, 1-0)

DETROIT (AP) - Justin Verlander struck out 11 while allowing
only a run and three hits over seven innings as Detroit beat
Oakland 3-1 to win the opener of their American League Division
Series. Verlander didn't allow a run after Coco Crisp led off the
game with a homer. Quintin Berry snapped a 1-1 tie with an RBI
single in the third inning before. Alex Avila's fifth-inning homer
capped the scoring.

SAN FRANCISCO (AP) - Brandon Phillips belted a two-run homer and
Jay Bruce added a solo shot as the Cincinnati Reds beat the Giants
5-2 in Game 1 of the National League Division Series. Mat Latos
worked four innings of relief after Reds starter Johnny
Cueto left two batters into the bottom of the first due
to back spasms.

 

 

 

SUNDAY SCHEDULE - October 7

(major league baseball Divisional playoffs - best-of-five series)

NATIONAL LEAGUE:

Washington 3 St. Louis 2 (Washington leads series, 1-0)
Cincinnati 9 San Francisco 0 (Cincinnati leads series, 2-0)

AMERICAN LEAGUE:

Detroit 5 Oakland 4 (Detroit leads series, 2-0)
N.Y. Yankees 7 Baltimore 2 (New York leads series, 1-0)


SAN FRANCISCO (AP) - The Cincinnati Reds routed San Francisco
9-0 last night to take a 2-0 lead in their best-of-five National
League Division Series. Ryan Ludwick homered and Bronson Arroyo
retired the first 14 batters in a dominating pitching performance
for the Reds, holding the Giants to one hit over seven innings.

BALTIMORE (AP) - Russell Martin's leadoff home run in the ninth
inning keyed a five-run uprising in the ninth in the New York
Yankees' 7-2 win over Baltimore in the opener of that AL Division
Series. This was the Orioles' first playoff game in 15 years and
they will home again for Game 2 Monday night.

ST. LOUIS (AP) - In their first postseason appearance in their
history, the Washington Nationals rallied for a 3-2 victory of St.
Louis in the opener of their NL Division Series. Rookie Tyler Moore
delivered a two-out, two-run pinch-hit single in the eighth inning
for the go-ahead run.

DETROIT (AP) - The Detroit Tigers have taken a 2-0 lead in their
AL Division Series against Oakland. Don Kelly's walkoff sacrifice
fly gave the Tigers a 5-4 victory with Game 3 set for Oakland on
Tuesday night.

(N-F-L schedule)

Baltimore 9, Kansas City 6
Atlanta 24, Washington 17
Pittsburgh 16, Philadelphia 14
Indianapolis 30, Green Bay 27
N.Y. Giants 41, Cleveland 27
Miami 17, Cincinnati 13
Seattle 16, Carolina 12
Chicago 41, Jacksonville 3
San Francisco 45, Buffalo 3
Minnesota 30, Tennessee 7
New England 31, Denver 21
New Orleans 31, San Diego 24
Open: Dallas, Detroit, Oakland, Tampa Bay

NEW ORLEANS (AP)- New Orleans QB Drew Brees threw four TD passes
last night to set the NFL record with touchdown passes in 48
straight games, breaking the mark set by Johnny Unitas a
half-century ago. The record-setting scoring strike was a 40-yard
pass to Devery Henderson in the Saints' 31-24 win over the San
Diego Chargers.

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