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MONDAY RESULTS - October 20

(high school football)

(freshman) Le Mars 24, Spencer 8
(sophomore) Le Mars 34, Spencer 27

(N-F-L football)

Pittsburgh 30, Houston 23

PITTSBURGH - Ben Roethlisberger was 23 of 33 for 265 yards, two TDs and no interceptions as the Pittsburgh Steelers rallied to beat Houston 30-23 and improve to 4-3. Roethlisberger threw his two TD's while the Steelers were taking advantage of two Texans turnovers to score 21 points over the final 87 seconds of the first half. Receiver Antonio Brown threw for a touchdown during the scoring flurry and had nine catches for 90 yards.

(N-H-L hockey)

Edmonton 3, Tampa Bay 2

 

 

 

 

TUESDAY RESULTS - October 21

(major league baseball)

WORLD SERIES
San Francisco 7, Kansas City 1  (San Francisco leads best-of-seven series, 1-0)

KANSAS CITY - The Giants have taken Game 1 of the World Series as Madison Bumgarner went seven innings and Hunter Pence hit a two-run homer in San Francisco's 7-1 rout of the Royals in Kansas City. Bumgarner had a two-hit shutout and a 7-0 lead until Salvador Perez homered with two out in the seventh. Pablo Sandoval drove in the Giants' first and last runs with a double and a single.

KANSAS CITY - Royals ace James Shields had a rough outing in Game 1 of the World Series, allowing five runs and seven hits in three-plus innings. His performance was in stark contrast to his previous World Series start, when he tossed shutout ball over 5 2/3 innings for Tampa Bay to beat the Phillies in Game 2 of the 2008 Fall Classic. Shields is 3-5 with a 5.74 ERA over 53 1/3 innings over 10 career postseason starts.

 

(volleyball)

CLASS 1A REGIONALS
(region 1)
#2-Central Lyon def. West Sioux 3-0
George-Little Rock def. Trinity Christian 3-0
Remsen St. Mary's def. River Valley 3-0
Marcus/Meriden-Cleghorn def. Remsen-Union 3-0
Bishop Garrigan def. West Bend-Mallard 3-0
Newell-Fonda def. Storm Lake St. Mary's 3-0
Harris-Lake Park def. Graettinger-Terril/Ruthven-Ayrshire 3-0    (Harris-Lake Park plays at Clay Central-Everly on Oct. 28)

(region 2)
Kingsley-Pierson def. Siouxland Christian 3-1    (Kingsley-Pierson (12-12) plays at #8-Gehlen Catholic (20-14) on Tues. Oct. 28)
Boyer Valley def. West Harrison 3-0
Westwood def. Whiting 3-0
#11-Fremont Mills def. East Mills 3-0
Sidney def. Nishnabotna 3-0
Ar-We-Va def. Charter Oak-Ute 3-0
Woodbine def. Heartland Christian 3-0

CLASS 2A REGIONALS
(region 1)
Hartley-Melvin-Sanborn def. South O'Brien 3-0  (H-M-S plays at Sioux Central on Oct. 28)
North Union def. Emmetsburg 3-1   (North Union plays at Okoboji on Oct. 28)
Sibley-Ocheyedan def. Rock Valley 3-0   (Sibley-Ocheyedan plays at #3-Western Christian on Oct. 28)
Boyden-Hull def. Akron-Westfield 3-1     (Boyden-Hull plays at West Lyon on Oct. 28)

(region 2)
Maple Valley/Anthon-Oto def. West Monona 3-1   (MVAO plays at Lawton-Bronson on Oct. 28)
Missouri Valley def. Logan-Magnolia 3-0   (Missouri Valley plays at Tri-Center on Oct. 28)
Alta-Aurelia def. Woodbury Central 3-0    (Alta-Aurelia plays at #4-Unity Christian on Oct. 28)
Hinton def. OA-BCIG 3-1   (Hinton plays at #14-Ridge View on Oct. 28)

(N-H-L hockey)

Nashville 4, Arizona 3, SO
Boston 5, San Jose 3
N.Y. Rangers 4, New Jersey 3, OT
Toronto 5, N.Y. Islanders 2
Montreal 2, Detroit 1, OT
Winnipeg 3, Carolina 1
Chicago 4, Philadelphia 0
Dallas 5, Vancouver 3
Florida 4, Colorado 3, OT
Tampa Bay 2, Calgary 1, OT

 

 

 

 

WEDNESDAY RESULTS - October 22

(major league baseball)

WORLD SERIES - GAME 2
Kansas City 7, San Francisco 2  (best-of-series tied, 1-1)

KANSAS CITY - The World Series is tied at a game apiece after the Kansas City Royals erupted for five runs in the sixth inning of a 7-2 win over the San Francisco Giants. Billy Butler had a pair of RBI singles, including a hit that broke a 2-2 tie in the sixth. Salvador Perez lined a two-run double that inning and scored on Omar Infante's (ihn-FAHN'-tayz) two-run homer two pitches later.

(N-H-L hockey)

Philadelphia 5, Pittsburgh 3
Edmonton 3, Washington 2
Anaheim 4, Buffalo 1
Toronto at Ottawa, ppd.

 

 

 

THURSDAY RESULTS - October 23

(cross country)

CLASS 1A DISTRICT COED MEET AT HOLSTEIN (29 schools) 

GIRLS STATE QUALIFIERS: (team)  1. Pocahontas Area  2. Emmetsburg  3. Fort Dodge St. Edmond.  (individual champion)  Alexis Cook of Missouri Valley in a time of 15:43.98.  (individual State meet qualifiers from Siouxland)  9. Hailey Pullman of West Sioux in a time of 16:51.54 and 10. Ashley Overberg of Emmetsburg in a time of 16:53.50.   Hinton finished 10th and Gehlen Catholic took 15th.  Hinton results: 39. Emily Walton (18:34.54)  ..  79. Mattea Roslansky  ..  82. Alyssa Rosenbaum  ..  86.  Kara Ommen  ..  99. Grace Larsen  ..  104. Tessa DeRocher  ..  111. Solveigh Skarhaus.  Gehlen Catholic results: 61. Christina Schmit (19:13.02)  ..  63. Maggie DeRocher (19:18.73)  ..  81. Rachel Tentinger (20:28.67)  ..  115. Rachel Kellen (23:27.52)  ..  126. Hemi Han (26:03.16).  Remsen St. Mary's results: 55. Allison Portz (19:02.74). 

BOYS STATE QUALIFIERS: (team) 1. Fort Dodge St. Edmond  2. Alta-Aurelia  3. Emmetsburg.  (indvidual champion)  Andy Taverna of Sibley-Ocheyedan in a time of 16:52.41.  (indvidual State meet qualifiers from Siouxland)  6. Lucas Gallardo of Emmetsburg in a time of 17:20:55  ..  8. Nick Grandstaff of Emmetsburg in a time of 17:24.85  ..  10. Ben Aberson of South O'Brien in a time of 17:35.72.  Hinton finished 13th and Gehlen Catholic finished 16th.  Remsen St. Mary's results: 12. David Grady (17:39.40)  ..  36. Keaton Bohnenkamp (18:49.16)  ..  114. Danil Russell.  Hinton results: 67. Jake Pride (19:40.29)  ..  78. Logan Johnson (19:59.03)  ..  82. Bradley Shanahan (20:15.72)  ..  93. Alec Stack (20:49.29)  ..  95.  Alec Wodtke (20:57.74)  ..  97. Austin Jarvis   ..  98.. Tristan Thompson.  Gehlen Catholic results: 81. David Puhl (20:07.56)  ..  99. Nathan Klein (21:04.12)  ..  103. Jason Zenk (21:26.15)  ..  104. Carter Sitzmann (21:31.35)  ..  105. Andrew Wankum (21:42.47)  ..  119. Liam Murphy (22:49.92)  ..  123. Tyler Full (23:25.72).



CLASS 2A DISTRICT COED MEET AT ORANGE CITY (14 schools)

GIRLS STATE QUALIFIERS: (team) 1. Unity Christian  2.  Western Christian  3.  Woodbury Central/Kingsley-Pierson.  (indvidual champion)  Kassidy DeJong of Unity Christian in a time of 15:08.8.  (individual State meet qualifiers from Siouxland)  3. Suzanne Putze of WC/KP in a time of 15:31.1  ..  4. Kenedie Kats of Western Christian in a time of 15:34.3  ..  5. Kylie Van't Hul of Western Christian in a time of 15:34.3  ..  6. KayLynne Bechen of WC/KP in a time of 15:41.2  ..  7. Jacklyn Hoogland of Unity Christian in a time of 15:46.5  ..  and 10. Katie Broers of Unity Christian in a time of 16:04.7.

BOYS STATE QUALIFIERS: (team)  1. 1. Unity Christian  2.  Western Christian  3.  Sioux Center.  (individual champion)  Gale Sieperda of George-Little Rock/Central Lyon in a time of 16:26.1.  (individual State meet qualifiers from Siouxland)  2. Lee Christiansen of Estherville/Lincoln Central in a time of 16:34.6  ..  3. Tristan Hulstein of Western Christian in a time of 16:44.6  ..  4. Schuyler Malenke of Unity Christian in a time of 16:47.8  ..  5. Jacob Vander Plaats of Unity Christian in a time of 17:02.7  ..  7. Haile Duden of Sioux Center in a time of 17:09.2  ..  8. Nic Peters of Estherville/Lincoln Central in a time of 17:18.0  ..  9. Nick Geels of Western Christian in a time of 17:20.5  ..  and 10. Franklin Reinders of Unity Christian in a time of 17:21.4.

 

CLASS 3A DISTRICT COED MEET AT CARROLL (13 schools)

GIRLS STATE QUALIFIERS: (team) 1. M-O-C/Floyd Valley  2. Bishop Heelan  3. Harlan.  (indvidual champion) Ellie Mendlik of Denison-Schleswig in a time of 16:26.06.  (individual State meet qualifiers from Siouxland)  2. Caroline Ascherl of M-O-C/Floyd Valley in a time of 16:39.66  ..  3. Sammy Blum of Boyden-Hull/Rock Valley in a time of 16:51.91  ..   4. Olivia Hamilton of Spencer in a time of 16:56.72  ..  6. Tess Lord of Bishop Heelan in a time of 16:59.59  ..  7. Kelsey Lang of M-O-C/Floyd Valley in a time of 17:04.91  ..  and 8. Jacee Vander Berg of M-O-C/Floyd Valley in a time of 17:07.03.  Le Mars finished 10th.  Le Mars results: 27. Ellen Meis (18:09.25)(Academic All-State) ..  35. Katie McAllister (18:23.15)  ..  41. Kenzie Theisen (18:31.06)  ..  58. Griselda Cobian (18:54.12)  ..  70. Katrina Engebretson (19:23.72)  ..  76. Jayden Weiler (19:40.62)  ..  86. Maddy Mahan (20:44.72).

BOYS STATE QUALIFIERS: (team) 1. Bishop Heelan  ..  2. Harlan  ..  3. M-O-C/Floyd Valley.  (individual champion)  Alec Pavone of Bishop Heelan in a time of 17:23.20.  individual State meet qualifiers from Siouxland)  3. Ben Eastman of Bishop Heelan in a time of 18:00  ..  5. Rytan Maris of Spirit Lake in a time of 18:02  ..  7. Alec Harrington of Spirit Lake in a time of 18:04  ..  9. Carter Foughty of M-O-C/Floyd Valley in a time of 18:11  ..  10. Mile Scott of Sergeant Bluff-Luton in a time of 18:18.   Le Mars finished 11th.  Le Mars results: 47. Brett Marek (19:45)  ..  48. Jacob Burrell (19:45)  ..  54. Jeremy Ranschau (19:57)  ..  60. Andrew Tonner (20:11)  ..  71. Tyler Carlson (20:38)  ..  75. Trevor Kliever (20:51)  ..  80. Alec Rieken (21:10).

(college football)

(18) East Carolina 31, U-Conn 21

(N-F-L football)

Denver 35, San Diego 21

(N-H-L hockey)

N.Y. Islanders 3, Boston 2
Detroit 4, Pittsburgh 3, OT
Vancouver 4, St. Louis 1
Nashville 3, Chicago 2
Minnesota 2, Arizona 0
Calgary 5, Carolina 0
Los Angeles 2, Buffalo 0
Columbus 5, San Jose 4

 

 

 

 

FRIDAY RESULTS - October 24

(high school football)

SIOUX CITY -- Number-two Bishop Heelan cashed on three interceptions Friday night as the Crusaders won their 8th straight, 34-20, over the Le Mars Bulldogs in the regular season finale for both schools.  Two interceptions before halftime led to shortened fields and a pair of short TD-runs by Tony Tobin.  Special teams led to a third score before halftime for Heelan.  Will Karrer punted the ball to the Bulldog four yard line early in the second quarter and forced Le Mars to punt from deep in their own territory after a three-and-out.  Heelan struck on a 51 yard pass play from Nick McCann-to-Odessa Clark on their first play after the exchange.  A two yard run by Tobin with six seconds to play in the first half gave the Crusaders a 20-0 lead at halftime.  After a scoreless third quarter, the two teams combined for 34 fourth quarter points.  Tobin's third touchdown of the game, a 17-yard gallop, gave Heelan a 27-0 advantage with 8:03 left in the game.  Collin Nemmers' 56 yard kick-off return set up a 34 yard run by Beau Ohm for the Bulldogs first touchdown.  Ohm also added a two-point conversion run to make it 27-8.  A 15-yard penalty against Le Mars on the onside kick set Heelan up for their final score of the night, a 21 yard pass from McCann to Tucker Spears for a 34-8 advantage.  Koster Buss hit Tyler Borchers with a 19 yard scoring pass with 3:12 to play and after recovering the onside kick, Beau Ohm added a four yard touchdown run with 2:02 to play.  Ohm rushed for 98 yards on 22 carries to become the first 1000 yard rusher for Le Mars in 20 years.  He finished with 1072 yards.  The loss will keep Le Mars out of the playoffs as they finish at 3-and-6 for the season and 2-and-4 in district play.

LE MARS -- Anteres Ashley ran for 186 yards and three touchdowns to lead Lawton-Bronson to a 25-14 win over Gehlen Catholic Friday night at Jim Lorenzen Field, ending the season for both schools.  Ashley scored on runs of three and one yards and returned a kick-off 80 yards for another score.  Austin Peters also returned an interception 35 yards for a score for the Eagles with nine seconds left in the game.  Brayton Thoms-Wilson ran for both Gehlen touchdowns and rushed for 90 yards on 19 carries.  The Jays turned the ball over six times.  Gehlen Catholic finished the season at 0-and-9 and 0-and-7 in district play.  It was the Jays first winless season since 1979.

CLASS 3A
District 1

#2-Bishop Heelan 34, Le Mars (3-6/2-4) 20
Boyden-Hull/Rock Valley 42, Denison-Schleswig 41
Spencer 55, Sergeant Bluff-Luton 54
Algona 56, Storm Lake 7 (ND)

CLASS A
District 2

Lawton-Bronson 25, Gehlen Catholic (0-9/0-7) 14
South O'Brien 39, Akron-Westfield (4-5/4-3) 30
West Sioux 50, Alta/Aurelia 28
#9-Woodbury Central 18, Sioux Central 6

CLASS 1A
District 2

#10-Hinton (8-1/5-1) 42, Unity Christian 0
#7-West Lyon 43, Hartley-Melvin-Sanborn 14
Western Christian 31, Ridge View 21

CLASS 2A
District 1

#2-Spirit Lake 33, MOC-Floyd Valley 0
#4-Sioux Center 57, Okoboji 14
Central Lyon/George Little Rock 42, Sheldon 6
Cherokee 25, Sibley-Ocheyedan 22 (ND)

CLASS 4A
Des Moines East 62, Sioux City North 35  (District 1)
Johnston 47, Sioux City East 17  (District 2)
Des Moines Hoover 49, Sioux City West 8  (District 3)

8-MAN GAMES
District 1

Exira/Elk Horn-Kimballton 61, Kingsley-Pierson (4-5/2-5) 26
Boyer Valley 44, Woodbine 8
Ar-We-Va 34, River Valley 28
Newell-Fonda 92, West Harrison 19

District 2
#10-Graettinger-Terril 54, Remsen St. Mary's (4-5/3-4) 12
Remsen-Union (2-7/2-5) 44, Clay Central-Everly 22
West Bend-Mallard 34, #7-Marcus-Meriden-Cleghorn 13
Harris-Lake Park 50, Laurens-Marathon 6

(college football)

(6) Oregon 59, California 41

(major league baseball)

WORLD SERIES
Kansas City 3, San Francisco 2  (Kansas City leads best-of-seven series, 2-1)

SAN FRANCISCO - Jeremy Guthrie allowed two runs and four hits before Kansas City's bullpen tossed four hitless innings of relief in a 3-2 victory over the Giants in San Francisco. Alcides (al-SEE'-dehs) Escobar doubled on the game's first pitch and went 2-for-4 with two runs scored as the Royals took a two-games-to-one lead in the World Series. Alex Gordon hit an RBI double and scored on Eric Hosmer's single to put the Royals ahead 3-0 in the sixth.

(N-H-L hockey)

Dallas 3, New Jersey 2, SO
Tampa Bay 4, Winnipeg 2
Colorado 7, Vancouver 3
Edmonton 6, Carolina 3
Anaheim 4, Columbus 1

 

 

 

SATURDAY RESULTS - October 25

(college football)

(Iowa & Iowa State were idle)
(16) Nebraska 42, Rutgers 24
U-N-I 27, Western Illinois 13
North Dakota State 47, U-S-D 7
Wayne State 48, Southwest Minnesota State 45, OT
Morningside 63, Briar Cliff 0
Northwestern 46, Dordt 17
Buena Vista 44, Dubuque 39

TOP 25
(1) Mississippi State 45, Kentucky 31
(24) L-S-U 10, (3) Mississippi 7
(4) Alabama 34, Tennessee 20
(5) Auburn 42, South Carolina 35
(8) Michigan State 35, Michigan 11
(10) T-C-U 82, Texas Tech 27
(11) Kansas State 23, Texas 0
(13) Ohio State 31, Penn State 24
(14) Arizona State 24, Washington 10
(15) Arizona 59, Washington State 37
(19) Utah 24, (20) Southern Cal 21
(21) Clemson 16, Syracuse 6
(22) Werst Virginia 34, Oklahoma State 10
(23) Marshall 35, Florida Atlantic 16
(25) U-C-L-A 40, Colorado 37, 2 OTS

(major league baseball)

WORLD SERIES
San Francisco 11, Kansas City 4  (best-of-seven series tied, 2-2)

SAN FRANCISCO - The World Series is tied at two games apiece after the San Francisco Giants turned an early 4-1 deficit into an 11-4 pounding of the Kansas City Royals. Pablo Sandoval singled home a pair to snap a 4-4 tie and spark a three-run sixth. Joe Panik added a two-run double while the Giants scored four times in the seventh to go ahead 11-4.

(N-H-L hockey)

Buffalo 2, San Jose 1
Boston 4, Toronto 1
Montreal 3, N.Y. Rangers 1
New Jersey 3, Ottawa 2, OT
N.Y. Islanders 7, Dallas 5
Philadelphia 4, Detroit 2
St. Louis 3, Chicago 2
Pittsburgh 3, Nashville 0
Minnesota 7, Tampa Bay 2
Arizona 2, Florida 1, OT
Washington 3, Calgary 1

 

 

 

SUNDAY RESULTS - October 26

(N-F-L football)

Detroit 22, Atlanta 21
Kansas City 34, St. Louis 7
Houston 30, Tennessee 16
Minnesota 19, Tampa Bay 13, OT
Seattle 13, Carolina 9
Cincinnati 27, Baltimore 24
Miami 27, Jacksonville 13
New England 51, Chicago 23
Buffalo 43, N.Y. Jets 23
Arizona 24, Philadelphia 20
Cleveland 23, Oakland 13
Pittsburgh 51, Indianapolis 34
New Orleans 44, Green Bay 23

Open: N.Y. Giants, San Francisco

(major league baseball)

WORLD SERIES - GAME 5
San Francisco 5, Kansas City 0  (San Francisco leads best-of-seven series, 3-2)

SAN FRANCISCO - The San Francisco Giants have a three-games-to-two lead in the World Series after Madison Bumgarner tossed a four-hitter in a 5-0 shutout of Kansas City. Bumgarner is 2-0 with a 0.56 ERA in the series, allowing just one run and seven hits in 16 innings. Brandon Crawford drove in three runs and pinch-hitter Juan Perez broke the game open with a two-run double in the eighth.

(N-H-L hockey)

Winnipeg 2, Colorado 1, OT
Los Angeles 5, Columbus 2
Chicago 2, Ottawa 1
San Jose 4, Anaheim 1
Vancouver 4, Washington 2

   

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