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KLEM Local Schedule (week of March 14)

MONDAY RESULTS - March 14

(high school bowling)

The Le Mars bowling team held their awards night Monday evening.  Senior Matt Hystad was named to the Des Moines Register's elite team as an honorable mention selection.  The boys set a new school record when they rolled a 3224 team score in the 1A State qualifying tournament in Le Mars, breaking the previous mark by 102 pins.  The girls also set a new record with a 2723 team score at the 1A State meet, breaking the old mark by 79 pins.  Matt Hystad broke Jacob Beyer's High Series mark of 503 set last year when Matt rolled a 506 this season.  Hystad also set a new school record with a team-best 209.0 Game Average this season and Lexi Schroeder, just a freshman, had the second highest girls average score per game with a 176.3.  MOST IMPROVED AWARDS went to Deyton Augustine and Abby Whiddon.  STRIKE AWARDS went to Matt Hystad and Caitlin Hughes.  BULLDOG SPIRIT AWARDS went to Kyle Zenk for the boys and Lexi Schroeder and Maria Renken shared the girls award.  CAPTAIN AWARDS went to Gabe Jensen, Jacob Beyer, Matt Hystad, and Kyle Zenk for the boys and Caitlin Hughes, Erin Koonce, Maria Renken and Mikayla Smith for the girls.  The Le Mars boys finished second at the State meet in February while the Le Mars girls finished third.

(high school indoor track)

Gehlen Catholic competed in the War Eagle Conference meet at Dordt College Monday night.  No team results were kept.  Girls coach Tony Gunter reported that Abbie Dickman ran a 2:37 time in the 800 and a :08.35 time in the 55-meter dash.  Katelyn Langel ran :34.4 in the 200 hurdles and the 4X200 relay team of Ellie Herbst, Kayla Mayer, Brooke Harpenau and Brooklyn Heissel ran a time of 2:03.  For the boys, both Cooper Davis and Alec Langel ran 2:17 in the 800.  Langel also ran 5:18 in the 1600-meter run.  Brogan Thoms had a time of :07.92 in the 55-meter hurdles and the 4X400 relay team of Eli Ellensohn, Cooper Davis, Xavier Roberts and Isaac Herbst ran a time of 4:05.

(N-B-A basketball)

Dallas 107, Charlotte 96
Chicago 109, Toronto 107
Miami 124, Denver 119
Houston 130, Memphis 81
Oklahoma City 128, Portland 94
Washington 124, Detroit 81
Phoenix 107, Minnesota 104
Golden State 125, New Orleans 107
Utah 94, Cleveland 85

(N-H-L hockey)

N.Y. Islanders 3, Florida 2
Los Angeles 5, Chicago 0
Calgary 7, St. Louis 4
Nashville 3, Edmonton 2
Winnipeg 5, Vancouver 2
Anaheim 7, New Jersey 1

(major league spring training baseball)

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

 

 

 

TUESDAY RESULTS - March 15

(high school indoor track)

(G/B) Lakes Conference meet

(girls results)  60-METER DASH: 1. Allison Wilken (:08.47) ..  1500-METER RUN: 1. Maddie Hurt (5:20.56)  ..  60-METER HURDLES: 1. Amanda Schwartz (:10.15)  .. 4X200 RELAY: 1. (1:55.64) Chaise Benjamin-Katie McAllister-Halie Schwartz-Haylee Lenz  ..  HIGH JUMP: 1. Katrina Engebretson (5'0")  ..  800-METER RUN: 2. Maddie Hurt (2:38.97)  ..  4X800 RELAY: 2. (10:48.38) Katrina Engebretson-Sydney Rand-Annie Ellis-Jessi Hinds  ..  SHUTTLE HURDLE RELAY: 2. (:42.53) Amanda Schwartz-Halie Schwartz-Cassidy Utesch-Baylee Hinds.

(boys results)  4X200 RELAY: 1. (1:35.39) Collin Nemmers-Silas Buss-Tyler Pauley-Mason Wichers  ..  4X400 RELAY: 1. (3:37.69) Collin Nemmers-Silas Buss-Tyler Pauley-Mason Wichers  ..  SHUTTLE HURDLE RELAY: 1. (:37.75) Cameron Buhman-Kyle Kliever-Colton Beitelsbacher-Quenton Boddie  ..  60-METER HURDLES: 2. Cameron Buhman (:09.35)  ..  HIGH JUMP: 2. Mason Wichers (6'00") & 3. Devin Louison (5'4")  ..  LONG JUMP: 2. Colton Beitelspacher (18'8 1/2").     

(college basketball)

N-A-I-A WOMEN'S NATIONAL TOURNAMENT CHAMPIONSHIP
at the Tyson Events Center in Sioux City
Marian (Indiana) 59, Southern Oregon 48

N-C-A-A MEN'S BASKETBALL TOURNAMENT (1st round)
(at Dayton, Ohio)
Florida Gulf Coast 96, Fairleigh Dickinson 65
Wichita State 70, Vanderbilt 50

N-I-T
Ohio State 72, Akron 63, OT
South Carolina 88, High Point 66
Florida State 84, Davidson 74
Creighton 72, Alabama 54
Washington 107, Long Beach State 102
Florida 97, North Florida 68
Valparaiso 84, Texas Southern 73
San Diego State 79, IPFW 55
Saint Mary's (Calif.) 58, New Mexico State 56

(N-B-A basketball)

Indiana 103, Boston 98
Orlando 116, Denver 110
Brooklyn 131, Philadelphia 114
Toronto 107, Milwaukee 89
San Antonio 108, L.A. Clippers 87
Sacramento 106, L.A. Lakers 98

(N-H-L hockey)

Pittsburgh 2, N.Y. Islanders 1, SO
Washington 2, Carolina 1, OT
Philadelphia 4, Detroit 3
Toronto 4, Tampa Bay 1
Florida 4, Montreal 1
Ottawa 3, Minnesota 2, OT
Los Angeles 5, Dallas 2
San Jose 3, Boston 2

(major league spring training baseball)

Detroit 10, Atlanta 6
Philadelphia 5, Tampa Bay 2
N.Y. Mets 8, Miami 6
Washington 6, Houston 4
Toronto 6, Baltimore 6, tie
Chicago White Sox 8, L.A. Dodgers 6
Cincinnati 4, Kansas City 2
Texas 5, Cleveland 4
L.A. Angels 4, Seattle 4, tie
Colorado 6, Oakland 2
Chicago Cubs 11, San Diego 1
N.Y. Yankees 6, Boston 3

 

 

 

WEDNESDAY RESULTS - March 16

(college basketball)

N-C-A-A MEN'S BASKETBALL TOURNAMENT (1st round)
Holy Cross 59, Southern 55
Michigan 67, Tulane 62

N-I-T
Wagner 79, St. Bonaventure 75
Georgia 93, Belmont 84
Monmouth 90, Bucknell 80
George Washington 82, Hofstra 80
Virginia Tech 86, Princeton 81, OT
Georgia Tech 81, Houston 62
B-Y-U 97, U-A-B 79

(major league spring training baseball)

Atlanta 8, St. Louis 8, tie
Washington 4, Miami 2
Detroit 7, Houston 3
Baltimore 9, Pittsburgh 3
Kansas City 10, Chicago Cubs 0
L.A. Angels 6, Cleveland 3
Milwaukee 5, Chicago White Sox 2
L.A. Dodgers 7, Colorado 3
Seattle 9, San Francisco 6
N.Y. Yankees 2, Toronto 1
Minnesota 9, Boston 4
Arizona 10, Cincinnati 6

(N-B-A basketball)

Cleveland 99, Dallas 98
Oklahoma City 130, Boston 109
Washington 117, Chicago 96
Charlotte 107, Orlando 99
Atlanta 118, Detroit 114
Minnesota 114, Memphis 108
L.A. Clippers 122, Houston 106
New Orleans 123, Sacramento 108
Golden State 121, New York 85

(N-H-L hockey)

Montreal 3, Buffalo 2, OT
Philadelphia 3, Chicago 2
Edmonton 6, St. Louis 4
Calgary 4, Winnipeg 1
Colorado 3, Vancouver 1
N.Y. Rangers 2, Anaheim 1

 

 

 

THURSDAY RESULTS - March 17

(college basketball)

N-C-A-A TOURNAMENTS (2nd round)
(at Providence, R.I.)
WEST - (19) Duke 93, North Carolina-Wilmington 85
WEST - Yale 79, (21) Baylor 75
SOUTH - (10) Miami 79, Buffalo 72
SOUTH - Wichita State 65, (17) Arizona 55

(at Des Moines, Ia.)
SOUTH - U-Conn 74, Colorado 67
SOUTH - (1) Kansas 105, Austin Peay 79
EAST - (14) Indiana 99, Chattanooga 74
EAST
- (10) Kentucky 85, Stoney Brook 57

(at Raleigh, N.C.)
MIDWEST - Butler 71, Texas Tech 61
MIDWEST - (4) Virginia 81, Hampton 45
EAST - (3) North Carolina 83, Florida Gulf Coast 67
EAST - Providence 70, U-S-C 69

(at Denver, Col.)
MIDWEST - (21) Iowa State (22-10) 94, Iona 81
MIDWEST - Little Rock 85, Purdue 83, 2 OTs
MIDWEST - (13) Utah 80, Fresno State 69
MIDWEST - Gonzaga 68, (20) Seton Hall 52

DENVER -- All five starters scored in double figures for Iowa State Thursday and the Cyclones rolled to a 94-81 N-C-A-A Tournament victory over Iona at the Pepsi Center in Denver.  Georges Niang led the way with 28 points with Monte Morris adding 20 points and eight assists.  Abdel Nader dropped in 19 points, Matt Thomas 14 and Jameel McKay 11 for the third-seeded Cyclones.  A.J. English had 28 points for Iona and Jordan Washington 26.  Iowa State plays Arkansas-Little Rock on Saturday.

N-I-T (2nd round)
Valparaiso 81, Florida State 69

(major league spring training baseball)

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

(N-B-A basketball)

Toronto 101, Indiana 94, OT
Washington 99, Philadelphia 94
Charlotte 109, Miami 106
Chicago 118, Brooklyn 102
Milwaukee 96, Memphis 86
Atlanta 116, Denver 98
San Antonio 118, Portland 110
Utah 103, Phoenix 69

(N-H-L hockey)

New Jersey 7, Minnesota 4
Pittsburgh 4, Carolina 2
Detroit 3, Columbus 1
Florida 4, Toronto 1
Nashville 4, N.Y. Islanders 2
Dallas 4, Tampa Bay 3
Arizona 3, San Jose 1
Los Angeles 4, N.Y. Rangers 3, OT

 

 

 

FRIDAY RESULTS - March 18

(college basketball)

N-C-A-A TOURNAMENTS (2nd round)

NEW YORK - Former Sioux City East standout, Adam Woodberry, put back a missed shot at the overtime buzzer to give Iowa a 72-70 victory over Temple on Friday in the N-C-A-A Tournament's South Regional at Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York.  With the game tied at 70, Mike Gesell, a South Sioux City graduate, worked his way to the baseline and put up about a 10-foot jumper that missed the rim and went right to Woodberry, who put it in as the red lights around the backboard lit up.  Iowa (22-10) will play second-seeded Villanova in the second round on Sunday. The Wildcats beat UNC-Asheville 86-56 in the first game of the day in Brooklyn.  The Hawkeyes got the chance at the game-winner when Daniel Dingle of Temple, who played just 6 minutes and was in the game because Devin Coleman had fouled out a minute earlier, missed the front end of a 1-and-1.  Jarrod Uthoff led Iowa with 23 points, while Peter Jok had 16 and Woodberry finished with 10.  Quenton DeCosey, who made three free throws with 2.1 seconds left in regulation to tie the game, had 26 points for the Owls (21-12).

OKLAHOMA CITY - Paul Jesperson banked in a halfcourt shot at the buzzer to give 11th seeded Northern Iowa a 75-72 win over No. 6 seed Texas Friday in the first round of the NCAA Tournament's West Region.  Northern Iowa passed the ball in under its basket after Isaiah Taylor tied the game on a layup with 2.7 seconds to play. Jesperson caught the ball, took a few dribbles and heaved.  Wes Washpun scored 17 points, Jeremy Morgan scored 16 and Jesperson added 14 for the Panthers (23-12), who claimed their fifth NCAA Tournament win in school history.  Taylor scored 22 points, Eric Davis Jr. scored 13 and Javan Felix added 12 for the Longhorns (20-13).  Jesperson's shot came in the same building where Golden State's Stephen Curry hit a dramatic game-winner against the Oklahoma City Thunder last month.

 

(at Brooklyn, N.Y.)
SOUTH - (6) Villanova 86, North Carolina-Asheville 56
SOUTH - (25) Iowa (22-10) 72, Temple 70, OT
EAST - Stephen F. Austin 70, (8) West Virginia 56
EAST - Notre Dame 70, Michigan 63

(at St. Louis, Mo.)
MIDWEST - Syracuse 70, Dayton 51
MIDWEST - Middle Tennessee 90, (2) Michigan State 81
EAST - Wisconsin 47, Pittsburgh 43
EAST - (9) Xavier 71, Weber State 53

(at Oklahoma City, Okl.)
WEST - V-C-U 75, Oregon State 67
WEST - (7) Oklahoma 82, Cal State-Bakersfield 68
WEST - (15) Texas A&M 92, Wisconsin-Green Bay 65
WEST - Northern Iowa (23-12) 75, Texas 72

(at Spokane, Was.)
SOUTH - Hawaii 77, (23) California 66
SOUTH - (18) Maryland 79, South Dakota State 74
WEST - (5) Oregon 91, Holy Cross 52
WEST - Saint Joseph's 78, Cincinnati 76

N-I-T (2nd round)
B-Y-U 80, Virginia Tech 77

(N-B-A basketball)

Oklahoma City 111, Philadelphia 97
Cleveland 109, Orlando 103
Toronto 105, Boston 91
Detroit 115, Sacramento 108
Portland 117, New Orleans 112
Houston 116, Minnesota 111
Golden State 130, Dallas 112
Phoenix 95, L.A. Lakers 90

(N-H-L hockey)

Colorado 4, Calgary 3, SO
Buffalo 3, Ottawa 1
Washington 4, Nashville 1
Chicago 4, Winnipeg 0
Edmonton 2, Vancouver 0
Anaheim 4, Boston 0

(major league spring training baseball)

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

 

 

 

SATURDAY RESULTS - March 19

(college basketball)

N-C-A-A REGIONALTOURNAMENT QUARTERFINALS
(at Providence, R.I.)
WEST - (19) Duke 71, Yale 64
SOUTH - (10) Miami 65, Wichita State 57

(at Des Moines, Ia.)
SOUTH - (1) Kansas 73, U-Conn 61
EAST - (14) Indiana 73, (10) Kentucky 67

(at Raleigh, N.C.)
MIDWEST - (4) Virginia 77, Butler 69
EAST - (3) North Carolina 85, Providence 66

(at Denver, Col.)
MIDWEST - (22) Iowa State (23-10) 78, Arkansas-Little Rock 61
MIDWEST - Gonzaga 82, (13) Utah 59

DENVER — Georges Niang scored 28 points and Iowa State kept Josh Hagins from any more second-half heroics in a 78-61 win over Arkansas-Little Rock in the second round of the NCAA Tournament's Midwest Regional on Saturday.  The Cyclones (23-11) advanced to their second Sweet 16 in three years. They'll take on the top-seeded Virginia Cavaliers next weekend in Chicago.  Niang, the winningest player (97 wins) in Cyclones history and Iowa State's only two-time All-American, was simply too much for the 12th-seeded Trojans (30-5) of the Sun Belt Conference.  For the second straight game, Hagins had just two points at halftime.  Unlike last time, when he went off for 29 more in a double-overtime win against Purdue, Hagins added just six after the break.

N-I-T (2nd round)
Creighton 87, Wagner 54

(indoor football)

Bloomington Edge 45, Sioux City Bandits 41

(major league spring training baseball)

Minnesota vs. Pittsburgh at Bradenton, Fla., ccd., Rain
Baltimore vs. Tampa Bay at Port Charlotte, Fla., ccd., Rain
Boston 3, St. Louis 1, 5 innings
Detroit vs. Miami at Jupiter, Fla., ccd., Rain
N.Y. Yankees 3, Atlanta 2
N.Y. Mets vs. Washington at Viera, Fla., ccd., Rain
Philadelphia vs. Toronto at Dunedin, Fla., ccd., Rain
Texas (ss) 13, Kansas City (ss) 6
Oakland (ss) 7, Cincinnati 6
Oakland (ss) 9, San Francisco 1
Chicago White Sox 4, L.A. Dodgers 2
Kansas City (ss) 5, Seattle (ss) 4
L.A. Angels 15, Milwaukee 7
San Diego 5, Colorado 5, tie
Arizona (ss) 11, Texas (ss) 1
Cleveland 10, Chicago Cubs 5
Arizona (ss) 4, Seattle (ss) 2

(N-H-L hockey)

Minnesota 3, Carolina 2, SO
Pittsburgh 4, Philadelphia 1
San Jose 4, N.Y. Rangers 1
Toronto 4, Buffalo 1
Ottawa 5, Montreal 0
Detroit 5, Florida 3
Columbus 6, New Jersey 3
Dallas 3, N.Y. Islanders 0
St. Louis 3, Vancouver 0
Tampa Bay 2, Arizona 0
Los Angeles 2, Boston 1

(N-B-A basketball)

Denver 101, Charlotte 93
Oklahoma City 115, Indiana 111
Detroit 115, Brooklyn 103
Washington 99, New York 89
Miami 122, Cleveland 101
Atlanta 109, Houston 97
Chicago 92, Utah 85
Memphis 113, L.A. Clippers 102
San Antonio 87, Golden State 79

 

 

 

 

SUNDAY RESULTS - March 20

(college basketball)

NEW YORK — Josh Hart scored 19 points and second-seeded Villanova advanced to the Sweet 16 for the first time since 2009 with an 87-68 rout of seventh-seeded Iowa Sunday in the South Regional.  Villanova's senior class, led by Ryan Arcidiacono and Daniel Ochefu, made it to the tournament's second weekend for the first time. They were upset in the round of 32 the last two seasons and didn't make it that far as freshmen.  The Wildcats (31-5) will meet third-seeded Miami on Thursday in Louisville, Kentucky.  There was no doubt in this one. Villanova led 54-29 at halftime and by as many as 34 points in the second half. The closest Iowa (22-11) got was 16 points in the final minutes.

OKLAHOMA CITY — Alex Caruso scored 25 points as Texas A and M overcame a 10-point deficit with less than 30 seconds remaining in regulation to come back for a 92-88 double overtime victory over Northern Iowa in the second round of the NCAA Tournament Sunday night.  The win puts the third-seeded Aggies (28-8) in the Sweet 16 for the third time in school history, the first since 2007.  Danuel House scored all 22 of his points in the second half and overtime, while Jalen Jones finished with 16 for Texas A and M — which has now won 10 of its last 11 games.  Jeremy Morgan had career highs of 36 points and 12 rebounds to lead the Panthers (23-13), who led 69-59 in the final minute of regulation before committing four turnovers in the final 29 seconds to spark the Aggies comeback.

N-C-A-A REGIONAL TOURNMENT QUARTERFINALS

(at Brooklyn, N.Y.)
SOUTH - (6) Villanova 87, (25) Iowa (22-11) 68
EAST - Notre Dame 76, Stephen F. Austin 75

(at St. Louis, Mo.)
MIDWEST - Syracuse 75, Middle Tennessee 50
EAST - Wisconsin 66, (9) Xavier 63

(at Oklahoma City, Okl.)
WEST - (7) Oklahoma 85, V-C-U 81
WEST - (15) Texas A&M 92, Northern Iowa (23-13) 88, 2 OTs

(at Spokane, Was.)
SOUTH - (18) Maryland 73, Hawaii 60
WEST - (5) Oregon 69, Saint Joseph's 64

 

N-I-T (2nd round)
Florida 74, Ohio State 66
Saint Mary's 77, Georgia 65

(major league spring training baseball)

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

(N-B-A basketball)

Dallas 132, Portland 120, OT
Toronto 105, Orlando 100
New Orleans 109, L.A. Clippers 105
Boston 120, Philadelphia 105
Utah 94, Milwaukee 85
Sacramento 88, New York 80

(N-H-L hockey)

Minnesota 3, Chicago 2, SO
Anaheim 3, Winnipeg 2, OT
New Jersey 2, Columbus 1
Pittsburgh 6, Washington 2
Calgary 4, Montreal 1
Colorado 3, Edmonton 2
San Jose 3, Arizona 0


 

   

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