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KLEM Local Schedule (week of January 12)

MONDAY RESULTS - January 12

(college football)

NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP GAME at Arlington, Texas
(5) Ohio State 42, (3) Oregon 20

ARLINGTON, Texas (AP) - Ezekiel Elliott ran for 246 yards and four touchdowns as Ohio State hammered Oregon 42-20 to win the first College Football Playoff. Cardale (kahr-DAL') Jones fared very well in just his third collegiate start for the Buckeyes, completing 16 of 23 passes for 242 yards, one touchdown and one interception. Heisman Trophy winner Marcus Mariota (mar-ee-OH'-tah) threw for the Ducks' only touchdowns, including a 70-yard strike to Byron Marshall.

(high school bowling)

(G) Le Mars 2323, Sergeant Bluff-Luton 1981 (HIGH GAME) Steph Williams (197).  (HIGH SERIES) Steph Williams (392).  No JV match.  Le Mars top JV score was Sidney Landis with a 186.

(B) Sergeant Bluff-Luton 2865, Le Mars 2777 (HIGH GAMES) Jared Bade of Sergeant Bluff-Luton (268) & Noel Holder of Le Mars (223).  (HIGH SERIES) Matt Hystad of Le Mars (393).  Le Mars JV rolled a 2790.  Sergeant Bluff-Luton had an incomplete squad.  Le Mars' Dayton Augustine and Gabe Jensen tied for high game honors with 213's.  Jensen had the high series with a 411.

(high school basketball)

SIBLEY -- Gehlen Catholic rallied from a 16-point halftime deficit to tie the game at 50-all, forcing overtime, only to fall 52-51 at Sibley-Ocheyedan Monday night in a non-conference girls basketball match-up.  Morgan Whitehead led a balanced scoring attack for the Lady Jays with 14 points and nine rebounds.  Taylor Peters and Carli Murphy added 11 points each and Allison Hansen had 10.  Sarah Honken led the Generals with 14 points.  The win was the first for Sibley-Ocheyedan, who improves to 1-and-11.   Gehlen falls to 3-and-8 for the season and will host Trinity Christian Friday at the Leroy Kellen gym.

(G) Sibley-Ocheyedan 52, Gehlen Catholic (3-8) 51, overtime

(G) Boyden-Hull 57, Remsen-Union 42
(B) Boyden-Hull 87, Remsen-Union 42

(G) Rock Valley 44, Trinity Christian 37
(B)

(G) Hartley-Melvin-Sanborn 65, (#15-3A)Cherokee 42
(B) Hartley-Melvin-Sanborn 72, Cherokee 50

(B) Bishop Heelan 54, South Sioux City 48

(G) Emmetbsurg 39, Sioux Central 36
(B) Emmetsburg 52, Sioux Central 39

(G) Ridge View 60, Storm Lake 37
(B) Ridge View 57, Storm Lake 45

(G) Algona 54, Spencer 49
(B) Algona 55, Spencer 53, overtime

(G) Woodbury Central 72, Clay Central-Everly 37
(B) Woodbury Central 79, Clay Central-Everly 36

(G) Jackson County (MN.) 56, Estherville/Lincoln Central 49

(N-B-A basketball)

Detroit 114, Toronto 111
Houston 113, Brooklyn 99
Boston 108, New Orleans 100
Orlando 121, Chicago 114

(N-H-L hockey)

Philadelphia 7, Tampa Bay 3
Washington 2, Colorado 1
Los Angeles 2, Toronto 0

 

 

 

 

TUESDAY RESULTS - January 15

(high school wrestling)

quadrangular at Sibley-Ocheyedan  (make-up)

Sibley-Ocheyedan 45, Le Mars (10-4) 30

Bulldog winners: 120#-Jordan Jensen won by a forfeit  ..  126#-Donny Allaway won by a fall  ..  138#-Nic Madsen won by a forfeit  ..  152#-Jared Kessenich won by a forfeit  ..  160#-Tanner Gesink won by a fall.

Le Mars (11-4/3-2) 69, Western Christian/Unity Christian 12

Bulldog winners: 106#-Fernando Zetina won by a forfeit  ..  113#-Matthew Simoni won by a forfeit  ..  120#-Donny Allaway won by a forfeit  ..  126#-Jordon Jensen won by a forfeit  ..  132#-Justin Allaway won by a forfeit  ..  138#-Nic Madsen won by a forfeit  ..  145#-Mason Weiler won by a forfeit  ..  152#-Jared Kessenich won by a fall  ..  160#-Tanner Gesink won by a forfeit  ..  170#-Tony Fifita won by a forfeit  ..  220#-Hunter Fedders won by a decision  ..  285#-Jesus Diaz won by a fall.

Le Mars (12-4) 54, Hartley-Melvin-Sanborn 22

Bulldog winners: 113#-Matthew Simoni won by a 6-2 decision  ..  120#-Donny Allaway won by a fall  ..  132#-Justin Allaway won by a fall  .. 138#-Nic Madsen won by a fall  ..  160#-Tanner Gesink won by a forfeit  ..  170#-Tony Fifita won by a fall  ..  182#-Dillan Belt won by a fall  ..  195#-Andrew Carpenter won by a fall  ..  220#-Hunter Fedders won by a fall  ..  285#-Jesus Diaz won by a 6-4 decision.

(high school basketball)

LE MARS  -- The Le Mars girls connected on 9-of-10 foul shots in the final 2:11 of the game to break away from a 35-all tie to beat Estherville/Lincoln Central 47-40 Tuesday night in a make-up Lakes Conference game at the Bulldogs gym.  Kassidy Rieken's two free throws with 2:11 to play put the Lady Bulldogs in front 37-35 and a three-point play by Holly Schneider extended the lead to 40-35 with 1:32 to go.  Rieken added two more free throws with 1:08 left for a 42-38 advantage and Sidney Baumgartner and Emily Ahlers followed with two free throws apiece in the final 46 seconds for a 46-40 lead.  Holly Schneider connecting on one-of-two foul shots in the closing seconds to wrap up the seven-point win.  Kassidy Rieken paced a balanced Le Mars scoring attack with 17 points while Holly Schneider added 15.  Le Mars improves to 5-and-6 for the season and 4-and-2 in the Lakes Conference.  The Lady Bulldogs host defending 3A State Champion, M-O-C/Floyd Valley, Thursday night in a make-up jv/varsity doubleheader before travelling to Spirit Lake Friday night to play the fourth-ranked (3A) Indians in a Lakes Conference match-up.

The third-rated (3A) Le Mars boys extended their winning streak to six straight with a 70-50 Lakes Conference victory over E-L-C.  Tyler Paulson led a balanced Bulldogs scoring attack with 21, with Tyler Borchers dropped in 20 and Trent Hilbrands added 16.  Le Mars took charge midway through the first quarter, leading by 13 after one quarter, and by 20 at the halftime break.  The Bulldogs take a 9-and-1 record and 6-and-0 conference mark to Spirit Lake Friday night for a key Lakes Conference match-up with the fourth-ranked (3A) Indians, who trail Le Mars by a game in the league standings.

 


LAKES CONFERENCE
(G) Le Mars (5-6/4-2) 47, Estherville/Lincoln Central 40 (make-up)
(B) (#3-3A)Le Mars (9-1/6-0) 70, Estherville/Lincoln Central 50 (make-up)

(G) (#1-2A)Western Christian 73, M-O-C/Floyd Valley 40
(B) (#3-2A)Western Christian 81, (#2-3A)M-O-C/Floyd Valley 70

(G) Spencer 46, Sheldon 40
(B) Sheldon 68, Spencer 38

(B) (#4-3A)Spirit Lake 89, Sioux Central 45

WAR EAGLE CONFERENCE
(Gehlen Catholic was idle)

(G) West Sioux 55, Akron-Westfield 28
(B) West Sioux 67, Akron-Westfield 57

(G) Hartley-Melvin-Sanborn 55, Remsen-Union 28*
(B) Hartley-Melvin-Sanborn 58, Remsen-Union 40*

(G) Marcus/Meriden-Cleghorn 61, Remsen St. Mary's 55
(B) Remsen St. Mary's 56, Marcus/Meriden-Cleghorn 33

(G) Hinton 55, Trinity Christian 41
(B) Hinton 67, Trinity Christian 66

(G) (#2-2A)Unity Christian 68, Boyden-Hull 24
(B) Boyden-Hull 71, Unity Christian 62

(G) South O'Brien 42, Harris-Lake Park 38
(B) South O'Brien 65, Harris-Lake Park 44

WESTERN VALLEY CONFERENCE
(G) (#5-1A)Kingsley-Pierson 55, (#11-2A)Maple Valley/Anthon-Oto 47
(B) (#8-1A)Maple Valley/Anthon-Oto 62, Kingsley-Pierson 23

(G) Lawton-Bronson 52, West Monona 31
(B) West Monona 63, Lawton-Bronson 42

(G) OA-BCIG 50, Ridge View 32
(B) Ridge View 46, OA-BCIG 44

(G) Woodbury Central 74, River Valley 30
(B) Woodbury Central 78, River Valley 64

(B) Westwood 44, Whiting 39

SIOUXLAND CONFERENCE
(G) (#5-3A)Sioux Center 74, West Lyon 37

MISSOURI RIVER ACTIVITIES CONFERENCE
(G) Sioux City West 66, Sergeant Bluff-Luton 52
(B) Sioux City West 62, Sergeant Bluff-Luton 57, overtime

(G) Sioux City East 52, Council Bluffs A-L 47
(B) (#10-4A)Council Bluffs A-L 70, Sioux City East 54

(G) Sioux City North 59, Council Bluffs T-J 43
(B) Sioux City North 65, Council Bluffs T-J 28

(G) (#5-4A)Bishop Heelan 57, (#14-4A)Lewis Central 42

 

(college basketball)

Iowa 77, Minnesota 75

Top 25

(1) Kentucky 86, Missouri 37
(2) Virginia 65, Clemson 42
Miami 90, (4) Duke 74
(6) Louisville 78, Virginia Tech 63
(9) Kansas 67, (24) Oklahoma State 57
(16) West Virginia 86, (18) Oklahoma 65
(17) V-C-U 65, Rhode Island 60
Tennessee 74, (19) Arkansas 69
Butler 79, (21) Seton Hall 75, OT
(23)  Northern Iowa 63, Bradley 52

(N-B-A basketball)

Atlanta 105, Philadelphia 87
Washington 101, San Antonio 93
Minnesota 110, Indiana 101
Phoenix 107, Cleveland 100
Golden State 116, Utah 105
Dallas 108, Sacramento 104, OT
Miami 78, L.A. Lakers 75

(N-H-L hockey)

Carolina 3, Colorado 2, SO
Boston 4, Tampa Bay 3
Detroit 3, Buffalo 1
N.Y. Islanders 3, N.Y. Rangers 0
Pittsburgh 7, Minnesota 2
St. Louis 4, Edmonton 2
Nashville 5, Vancouver 1
Winnipeg 8, Florida 2
Dallas 5, Ottawa 4
San Jose 3, Arizona 2

 

 

 

WEDNESDAY RESULTS - January 14

(college basketball)

WACO, Texas (AP) - Kenny Chery made a jumper with 4.7 seconds left and No. 22 Baylor pulled out a 74-73 win over Number 11 Iowa State after blowing a 14-point lead.
Rico Gathers had 14 points and 15 rebounds for the Bears (13-3, 2-2 Big 12), who had led throughout until Georges Niang made a jumper with 1:54 left in the game for a 68-67 lead.
Lester Medford hit a 3-pointer from the right corner with just over a minute left, but Iowa State (12-3, 2-1) got even on Niang's high bank shot.
Johnathan Motley had a go-ahead putback on a miss by Chery before the Cyclones went back ahead on a 3-pointer by Bryce Dejean-Jones.
Iowa State called timeout after Chery's last basket, but Niang missed a runner as time expired.
Niang scored 10 points, nine over the final 8 1/2-minute stretch to erase Baylor's 62-48 lead.

(5) Villanova 88, Xavier 75
(22) Baylor 74, (11) Iowa State 73
(12) Notre Dame 62, Georgia Tech 59
(13) Wichita State 67, Southern Illinois 55
(14) Maryland 73, Rutgers 65
(15) North Carolina 81, North Carolina State 79
San Diego State 60, (25) Wyoming 52

(N-B-A basketball)

Orlando 120, Houston 113
San Antonio 98, Charlotte 93
Toronto 100, Philadelphia 84
New Orleans 105, Detroit 94
Memphis 103, Brooklyn 92
Washington 105, Chicago 99
Atlanta 105, Boston 91
Denver 114, Dallas 107
Golden State 104, Miami 89
L.A. Clippers 100, Portland 94

(N-H-L hockey)

Montreal 3, Columbus 2
Washington 1, Philadelphia 0
Anaheim 4, Toronto 0
New Jersey 5, Los Angeles 3

 

 

 

THURSDAY RESULTS - January 15

(high school bowling)

(G) Le Mars (5-0) 2254, Sioux Central/Spencer 1843 (HIGH GAME) Steph Williams (199).  (HIGH SERIES) Colleen Zenk 363.  JV results:  Le Mars 1893, Sioux Central/Spencer had an incomplete team.  (HIGH GAME) Maria Renken (176).  (HIGH SERIES) Ciara Augustine (286).

(B) Sioux Central/Spencer 2566, Le Mars (3-2) 2505 (HIGH GAME) Noah Holder (206).  (HIGH SERIES) Noah Holder (363).  JV results:  Le Mars 2443, Sioux Central/Spencer 1570.  (HIGH GAME) Dayton Augustine (211).  (HIGH SERIES) Dayton Augustine (381).

(high school basketball)

LE MARS  -- The Le Mars Lady Bulldogs will take a three-game winning streak to Spirit Lake Friday after beating defending State 3A champion M-O-C/Floyd Valley 56-47 Thursday night at the Bulldogs gym.  The game was a make-up contest from last week's postponement.  Le Mars used free throw shooting to hold off an opponent's late charge for the second time in three days.  Freshman Sidney Baumgartner's four free throws in the final 25 seconds helped seal the deal but it was Katrina Engebretson that drove the dagger into the heart of the Lady Dutch.  Engebretson went to the free throw line for two shots with 69 seconds to play and her team leading 49-45.  She hit the first free throw attempt but missed the second shot only to end up with the ball following a scramble for the rebound and she banked in a shot from the right side of the lane for a 52-45 lead.  M-O-C/Floyd Valley never recovered.  The game was close throughout with Le Mars taking the lead for good at the 2:43 mark of the first quarter on a three-pointer by freshman Jen Schneider.  The Lady Bulldogs built a seven point lead by the end of the first period and led by eight the half.  Le Mars took a 39-30 lead into the final quarter before the Lady Dutch drew to within three with 3:12 to go.  Jen Schneider had a career-high 20 points, connecting on four three's, to lead Le Mars in scoring.  Kassidy Rieken added 12.  Breana Schuiteman led the Lady Dutch with 15 and Destiny Einerwold added 11.  M-O-C/Floyd Valley, rebuilding after a heavy graduation loss from a 26-and-1 season a year ago, have now lost nine straight to fall to 3-and-10.  Le Mars improves to 6-and-6 for the season with their sixth win in the last eight games.

 

(G) Le Mars (6-6) 56, M-O-C/Floyd Valley (3-10) 47

(B) Sioux City West 85, Hinton 55

(G) (#3-1A)Kingsley-Pierson 75, Storm Lake St. Mary's 54
(B) Storm Lake St. Mary's 74, Kingsley-Pierson 51

(G) (#2-2A)Unity Christian 68, (#1-2A)Western Christian 62
(B) (#3-2A)Western Christian 74, Unity Christian 54

(G) (#7-1A)Newell-Fonda 68, Estherville/Lincoln Central 32
(B) Newell-Fonda 68, Estherville/Lincoln Central 52

(G) Siouxland Christian 58, Walthill (Neb.) 39
(B) Walthill (Neb.) 63, Siouxland Christian 46

(G) West Monona 62, Whiting 49
(B) West Monona 70, Whiting 40

(G) West Sioux 56, Canton (S.D.) 33
(B) West Sioux 74, Canton (S.D.) 69, overtime

(G) Sioux City East 77, Sioux City North 49

(G) Dakota Valley (S.D.) 48, (#13-2A)Maple Valley/Anthon-Oto 44

(B) Harris-Lake Park 74, George-Little Rock 61

(college basketball)

(3) Gonzaga 78, Pepperdine 76
(7) Wisconsin 70, Nebraska 55
(8) Utah 76, Arizona State 59
(10) Arizona 68, Colorado 54

(N-B-A basketball)

Milwaukee 95, New York 79
Houston 112, Oklahoma City 101
Cleveland 109, L.A. Lakers 102

(N-H-L hockey)

Boston 3, N.Y. Rangers 0
Minnesota 7, Buffalo 0
Vancouver 4, Philadelphia 0
Ottawa 4, Montreal 1
Tampa Bay 3, Edmonton 2
Colorado 4, Florida 2
Detroit 3, St. Louis 2, OT
Winnipeg 2, Dallas 1
Calgary 4, Arizona 1
San Jose 3, Toronto 1

 

 

 

FRIDAY RESULTS - January 16

(high school basketball)

SPIRIT LAKE -- No. 4 (3A) Spirit Lake forced the Lakes Conference boys basketball race into a three-way tie for the league lead with a 62-53 win over No. 3 (3A) Le Mars Friday night.  Senior Alec Henrickson led the way to victory, connecting on 14-of-17 from the foul line to score a game high 26 points.  Billy Brown added 14 and 6'9" transfer Ryan Kriener had 12 before fouling out midway through the fourth quarter.  With the Indians' defense bottling up the Bulldogs top two scorers, Tyler Borchers and Tyler Paulson, for much of the night, sophomore Trent Hilbrands picked up the slack with 17 points.  Borchers was limited to 10 before fouling out with two minutes to play while Paulson was checked to 9.  The game was close throughout the contest before Spirit Lake pulled away in the final three minutes.  The loss snapped a six-game winning streak for Le Mars and drops the Bulldogs to 9-and-2 for the season and 6-and-1 in league play.  Spirit Lake improves to 9-and-1 for the season and 5-and-1 in the Lakes Conference.  Le Mars, Spirit Lake and Western Christian all share the league lead with one loss each.

The No. 4 (3A) Spirit Lake girls scored the final four points of the game to hold off a determined effort by a scrappy Le Mars team to win 59-51 Friday night. All-stater Emma Dau poured in 19 points for the Indians while Bailee Newman scored 16.  Kassidy Rieken had 16 for Le Mars and Holly Schneider 14.  The loss halts a three-game winning streak for Le Mars and drops them to 6-and-7 for the season and 4-and-3 in the Lakes Conference.  Spirit Lake is 9-and-2 for the year and 5-and-1 in league play.

Le Mars hosts Emmetsburg Tuesday night before travelling to Hull to meet Western Christian next Friday.

LE MARS -- Gehlen Catholic claimed a doubleheader sweep of War Eagle Conference rival Trinity Christian Friday night in Le Mars as the Gehlen boys stayed unbeaten at 11-and-0 while the Lady Jays improved to 4-and-8.  Gehlen Catholic had three girls score in double figures Friday night, led by Carli Murphy's 15, Morgan Whitehead had 14 and Taylor Peters 13.  Nicole Gritters had 13 for the Tigers.  Gehlen led 30-16 by halftime while improving to 3-and-3 in the W-E-C.

The Gehlen Catholic boys celebrated being elevated to the number one spot in this week's A-P 1A poll with a convincing 59-32 win over Trinity Christian.  Solomon Freking had 14 to pace the Jays scoring attack, Ryan Stoll added 13 and Alex Kellen had 11.  Blake Meyer had 11 to lead the Tigers.  The Jays took control early while cruising to their sixth win against no losses in War Eagle Conference play to maintain their league lead.

The Jays travel to Woodbury Central Monday and Hinton on Tuesday for non-conference games before returning to War Eagle Conference play Friday at Remsen St. Mary's.  The doubleheaders at Hinton on Tuesday and in Remsen on Friday will be carried on KLEM.

LAKES CONFERENCE
(G) (#4-3A)Spirit Lake 59, Le Mars (6-7/4-3) 51
(B) (#4-3A)Spirit Lake 62, (#3-3A)Le Mars (9-2/6-1) 53

(G) (#1-2A)Western Christian 78, Storm Lake 9
(B) (#3-2A)Western Christian 71, Storm Lake 29

(G) (#14-3A)Cherokee 73, Spencer 57
(B) Spencer 64, Cherokee 21

(G) Emmetsburg 42, Estherville/Lincoln Central 26
(B) Estherville/Lincoln Central 80, Emmetsburg 65

WAR EAGLE CONFERENCE
(G) Gehlen Catholic (4-8/3-3) 53, Trinity Christian 40*
(B) (#1-1A)Gehlen Catholic (11-0/6-0) 59, Trinity Christian 32*

(G) (#14-2A)Hinton 43, Akron-Westfield 31*
(B) Hinton 79, Akron-Westfield 39*

(G) Remsen-Union 68, Harris-Lake Park 55*
(B) Harris-Lake Park 58, Remsen-Union 41*

(G) Hartley-Melvin-Sanborn 42, Remsen St. Mary's 32*
(B) Hartley-Melvin-Sanborn 52, Remsen St. Mary's 49*

(G) Marcus/Meriden-Cleghorn 57, South O'Brien 43*
(B) South O'Brien 69, Marcus/Meriden-Cleghorn 47*

WESTERN VALLEY CONFERENCE
(G) (#3-1A)Kingsley-Pierson 51, Westwood 36
(B) Kingsley-Pierson 50, Westwood 41

(G) Lawton-Bronson 59, OA-BCIG 56
(B) OA-BCIG 69, Lawton-Bronson 67

(G) Woodbury Central 64, Siouxland Christian 38
(B) Woodbury Central 52, Siouxland Christian 48

(G) (#13-2A)Maple Valley/Anthon-Oto 45, Ridge View 21
(B) (#8-1A)Maple Valley/Anthon-Oto 51, Ridge View 33

(G) Allen (Neb.) 46, Whiting 11
(B) Whiting 50, Allen (Neb.) 40

SIOUXLAND CONFERENCE
(G) M-O-C/Floyd Valley 59, Boyden-Hull 35
(B) Boyden-Hull 69, (#2-3A)M-O-C/Floyd Valley 55

(G) (#5-3A)Sioux Center 78, (#13-1A)Central Lyon 56
(B) (#4-1A)Central Lyon 75, Sioux Center 60

(G) (#12-1A)George-Little Rock 50, Sheldon 37
(B) Sheldon 65, George-Little Rock 53

(G) (#15-2A)Okoboji 42, West Lyon 35
(B) Okoboji 50, West Lyon 35

(G) Rock Valley 67, Sibley-Ocheyedan 52
(B) Rock Valley 73, Sibley-Ocheyedan 42

MISSOURI RIVER ACTIVITIES CONFERENCE
(G) (#9-4A)Bishop Heelan 75, Council Bluffs A-L 42
(B) (#10-4A)Council Bluffs A-L 60, Bishop Heelan 51

(G) Sergeant Bluff-Luton 62, Council Bluffs T-J 24
(B) Sergeant Bluff-Luton 54, Council Bluffs T-J 30

(B) Sioux City North 82, Sioux City East 80, overtime

 

(N-B-A basketball)

Philadelphia 96, New Orleans 81
Brooklyn 102, Washington 80
Memphis 106, Orlando 96
Detroit 98, Indiana 96
Atlanta 110, Toronto 89
Chicago 119, Boston 103
Oklahoma City 127, Golden State 115
Dallas 97, Denver 89
San Antonio 110, Portland 96
Phoenix 110, Minnesota 99
Utah 94, L.A. Lakers 85
Miami 95, Sacramento 83
Cleveland 126, L.A. Clippers 121

(N-H-L hockey)

N.Y. Islanders 6, Pittsburgh 3
Vancouver 3, Carolina 0
N.Y. Rangers 2, Columbus 1
Nashville 4, Washington 3
Winnipeg 4, Chicago 2
Anaheim 5, New Jersey 1

 

 

 

 

SATURDAY RESULTS - January 17

(high school wrestling)

Le Mars Invitational

(team standings) 1. Sioux City North (243)  ..  2. Sibley-Ocheyedan (169)  ..  3. South Sioux City (162.5)  ..  4. Sioux Center (162)  ..  5. Le Mars (148)  ..  6.Hinton (116)  ..  7. Cherokee (104)  ..  8. Sheldon/South O'Brien (98)  ..  9.(tie) Sioux City West & West Sioux (32).

Bulldogs results: 120#-Donny Allaway (1st)  ..  138#-Nic Madsen (2nd)  ..  145#-Mason Weiler (2nd)  ..  132#-Justin Allaway (3rd)  ..  285#-Jesus Diaz (3rd)  ..  106#-Fernando Zetina (4th)  ..  152#-Cody Beck (4th)  ..  120#-Jordan Jensen (5th)  ..  182#-Dillan Belt (5th)  ..  170#-Tony Fifita (6th)  ..  126#-Tanner Francksen-Small (7th)  ..  195#-Andrew Carpenter (7th)  ..  220#-Hunter Fedders (7th)  ..  160#-Tanner Gesink (8th) .

Hinton results: 113#-Skylar Richter (1st)  ..  160#-Jacob A. Vondrak (3rd)  ..  170#-Daniel Bishop (3rd)  ..  195#-Tyler Tschampel (3rd).

(high school basketball)

(G) Westwood 38, Akron-Westfield 35
(B) Akron-Westfield 51, Westwood 49

(G) Ponca (Neb.) 53, West Sioux 32

(G) (#13-1A)Central Lyon 39, Trinity Christian 29
(B) (#4-1A)Central Lyon 61, Trinity Christian 32

(G) (#13-2A)Maple Valley/Anthon-Oto 65, (#14-3A)Cherokee 63
(B) (#8-1A)Maple Valley/Anthon-Oto 70, Cherokee 41

(G) Lawton-Bronson 73, Clay Central-Everly 37
(B) Lawton-Bronson 66, Clay Central-Everly 36

(G) (#15-2A)Okoboji 37, (#4-3A)Spirit Lake 35
(B) (#4-3A)Spirit Lake 58, Okoboji 49

(G) Sergeant Bluff-Luton 56, Woodbury Central 54
(B) Sergeant Bluff-Luton 68, Woodbury Central 49

(B) LaCrosse Central (Wis.) 70, Sioux City North 67

(B) Brookings (S.D.) 65, Unity Christian 55

(college basketball)

IOWA CITY, Iowa (AP) - Aaron White scored 18 of his 22 points in the second half to lead Iowa to a 76-67 win over Ohio State on Saturday.
Adam Woodbury had 13 points and 10 rebounds for the Hawkeyes (13-5, 4-1 Big Ten), who swept the home-and-home series with Ohio State for the first time since 2004. Mike Gesell added 11 points the Hawkeyes.
D'Angelo Russell scored a game-high 27 points on four 3-pointers and grabbed eight rebounds for the Buckeyes (14-5, 3-3).
White scored 12 straight points during a key stretch in the middle of the second half to push Iowa's lead to 16 points. The senior made 10 of 12 free throws for the game.
A Shannon Scott 3-pointer cut Iowa's lead to 68-62 with 4:46 left, but Ohio State never got any closer.
Jae'Sean Tate scored 11 points and Marc Loving added 10 for Ohio State.

AMES, Iowa (AP) - Naz Long scored 20 points and 11th-ranked Iowa State held off Number 9 Kansas 86-81 on Saturday night, recording back-to-back wins over the Jayhawks for the first time in 14 years.
Georges Niang had 15 points for the Cyclones (13-3, 3-1 Big 12), who shot 9 of 20 on 3s in snapping Kansas' five-game winning streak.
Long followed a long 3 with a layup to give Iowa State a 71-57 lead with 6:26 left. Kansas pulled to 82-79 with 29 seconds to go, but Niang sealed the win by drawing a crucial charge with 14 seconds left.
Frank Mason III scored 21 points and Perry Ellis had 19 with 11 rebounds for Kansas (14-3, 3-1), the last team in the Big 12 to lose a conference game.

 

Iowa 76, Ohio State 67

Top 25

(1) Kentucky 70, Alabama 48
(2) Virginia 66, Boston College 51
(3) Gonzaga 72, Loyola Marymount 55
(4) Duke 63, (6) Louisville 52
(5) Villanova 62, Penn 47
(10) Arizona 69, (8) Utah 51
(11) Iowa State 86, (9) Kansas 81
(12) Notre Dame 75, Miami 70
(13) Wichita State 61, Evansville 41
(14) Maryland 75, Michigan State 59
(20) Texas 77, (16) West Virginia 50
(17) V-C-U 70, Duquesne 64
(18) Oklahoma 82, (24) Oklahoma State 65
Mississippi 96, (19) Arkansas 82
Kansas State 63, (22) Baylor 61
(25) Wyoming 70, Fresno State 65, 3 overtimes

(N-B-A basketball)

Charlotte 80, Indiana 71, OT
Detroit 107, Philadelphia 89
Atlanta 107, Chicago 99
Golden State 131, Houston 106
Washington 99, Brooklyn 90
Minnesota 113, Denver 105
Memphis 102, Portland 98
L.A. Clippers 117, Sacramento 108

(N-H-L hockey)

Tampa Bay 3, Colorado 2, SO
Edmonton 3, Florida 2, SO
Anaheim 3, Los Angeles 2, SO
Columbus 3, Boston 1
Philadelphia 4, Buffalo 3
Montreal 6, N.Y. Islanders 4
Carolina 3, Ottawa 2
Detroit 5, Nashville 2
St. Louis 3, Toronto 0
Dallas 5, Washington 4
Minnesota 3, Arizona 1
Calgary 4, San Jose 3, OT

 

 

 

SUNDAY RESULTS - January 18

(N-F-L football playoffs)

NFC CHAMPIONSHIP GAME: Seattle 28, Green Bay 22, overtime

AFC CHAMPIONSHIP GAME: New England 45, Indianapolis 7

SEATTLE (AP) - The Seattle Seahawks are going to their second straight Super Bowl after rallying to beat the Green Bay Packers 28-22 in overtime. Russell Wilson connected with Jermaine Kearse for a 35-yard touchdown at 3:19 of OT to cap an exciting finish in the NFC championship game. Marshawn Lynch ran for 157 yards and a touchdown for the Seahawks, who set an NFL conference championship game record by rallying from a 16-point halftime deficit.

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. (AP) - Tom Brady is going to the Super Bowl for the sixth time after throwing for 226 yards and three touchdowns in New England's 45-7 pounding of Indianapolis in the AFC title game. LaGarrette Blount ran for three scores while amassing 148 yards on 30 carries to help the Pats reach the title game for the first time in three seasons. The Pats played shutout ball after Zurlon Tipton's one-yard scoring run late in the first half.

(college basketball)

(15) North Carolina 68, Virginia Tech 53
(23) Northern Iowa 60, Missouri State 46

(N-B-A basketball)

New Orleans 95, Toronto 93
Oklahoma City 127, Orlando 99
San Antonio 89, Utah 69

(N-H-L hockey)

Winnipeg 4, Arizona 3, SO
N.Y. Rangers 5, Pittsburgh 2
Dallas 6, Chicago 3
Detroit 6, Buffalo 4

 

   

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