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MONDAY RESULTS - November 2

(high school playoff football)

CLASS 4A (2nd round)
#2-Bettendorf 43, Iowa City West 18
#3-Cedar Rapids Kennedy 49, North Scott 7
#4-Cedar Rapids Washington 42, Cedar Rapids Jefferson 21
#1-Dowling Catholic 50, Southeast Polk 21
Iowa City High 13, #10-Pleasant Valley 7
#8-Johnston 28, #9-Ankeny Centennial 10
Lewis Central 17, #5-Ankeny 7
#7-Valley of West Des Moines 42, #6-Waukee 7

CLASS 3A (2nd round)
#8-Sergeant Bluff-Luton 72, Carroll 47
#4-Webster City 38, Boyden-Hull/Rock Valley 7
#9-Davenport Assumption 48, Maquoketa 0
Dallas Center-Grimes 31, Huxley Ballard 7
Decorah 30, #3-Cedar Rapids Xavier 21
#7-Norwalk 27, Gilbert 11
#1-Pella 52, Creston 27
#2-West Delaware, Manchester 37, Solon 14

CLASS 2A (2nd round)
#2-Spirit Lake 49, Estherville/Lincoln Central 20
Central Lyon/George-Little Rock 28, East Sac County 0
#1-Albia 42, Mid-Prairie 0
#4-Anamosa 42, #10-Williamsburg 14
#9-Mount Vernon 41, #7-Central Lee 28
#6-North Fayette Valley 52, Hampton-Dumont 28
#2-South Tama County 49, New Hampton 0
#5-Waukon 42, #8-Aplington-Parkersburg 21

CLASS 1A
(2nd round)
#9-Hinton (10-1) 54, #3-Underwood 35
#8-Western Christian 28, Pocahontas Area 7
#6-South Central Calhoun 35, Ridge View 17
#5-Dike-New Hartford 48, #10-Panorama 7
#1-Iowa City Regina 35, Hudson 6
#4-Saint Ansgar 19, South Winneshiek 6
#7-Van Meter 26, Madrid 20
#2-West Branch 42, Pella Christian 27

CLASS A (2nd round)
Akron-Westfield (9-2) 26,#5- Logan-Magnolia 21
#3-West Sioux 54, Lawton-Bronson 21
#2-B-G-M, Brooklyn 13, Lisbon 6
#1-Bishop Garrigan 34, Grundy Center 6
#4-Denver 57, Montezuma 14
#7-Gladbrook-Reinbeck 28, #10-Pleasantville 0
Lynnville-Sully 29, #8-Winfield-Mt. Union 28
#9-Mount Ayr 42, Colfax-Mingo 20

8-PLAYER
(2nd round)
#4-Marcus/Meriden-Cleghorn 62, Ar-We-Va, Westside 12
#2-Newell-Fonda 21, #9-Graettinger-Terril/Ruthven-Ayrshire 14
West Bend-Mallard 75, #6-Janesville 45
#7-Central Elkader 28, H-L-V, Victor 14
Colo-Nesco 51, Moravia 20
#1-Don Bosco, Gilbertville 74, Turkey Valley, Jackson Junction 34
East Mills 58, #5-Lenox 34
#3-Glidden-Ralston 61, #10-Fremont-Mills, Tabor 28

(N-F-L football)

Carolina 29, Indianapolis 26, OT

CHARLOTTE, N.C. — The Carolina Panthers are the lone unbeaten team in the NFC after Graham Gano's (gah-NOHZ') second field goal of overtime completed a 29-26 triumph over Indianapolis. The Panthers blew a 17-point lead in the final 7:04 of regulation and allowed the Colts to hit the first field goal of OT before improving to 7-0. Cam Newton threw for 248 yards, two touchdowns and one interception in the Panthers' 11th straight regular-season win since last December.

(N-B-A basketball)

Cleveland 107, Philadelphia 100
Milwaukee 103, Brooklyn 96
San Antonio 94, New York 84
Portland 106, Minnesota 101
Houston 110, Oklahoma City 105
Golden State 119, Memphis 69
L.A. Clippers 102, Phoenix 96

(N-H-L hockey)

Toronto 4, Dallas 1
Chicago 4, Los Angeles 2
Vancouver 4, Philadelphia 1

 

 

 

TUESDAY RESULTS - November 3

(volleyball tournaments)

CLASS 3A REGIONAL FINALS
(region 1)
#11-Sergeant Bluff-Luton def. #10-Spirit Lake 3-0

CLASS 4A REGIONAL FINALS

(region 1)
#8-Bishop Heelan def. Carroll 3-1

CLASS 5A REGIONAL FINALS
(region 1)
#7-Ankeny Centennial def. #14-Sioux City East 3-0

(college football)

Northern Illinois 32, (20) Toledo 27

(N-B-A basketball)

Charlotte 130, Chicago 105
Atlanta 98, Miami 92
Indiana 94, Detroit 82
Orlando 103, New Orleans 94
Toronto 102, Dallas 91
Memphis 103, Sacramento 89
Denver 120, L.A. Lakers 109

(N-H-L hockey)

Dallas 5, Boston 3
N.Y. Islanders 2, New Jersey 1
N.Y. Rangers 5, Washington 2
Ottawa 2, Montreal 1, OT
Detroit 2, Tampa Bay 1
Los Angeles 3, St. Louis 0
Colorado 6, Calgary 3
Edmonton 4, Philadelphia 2
Columbus 5, San Jose 2

 

 

 

WEDNESDAY RESULTS - November 4

(volleyball tournaments)

(SIOUX CENTER)  -- Gehlen Catholic is heading back to State!  The eighth-rated Lady Jays punched their State tournament ticket with  a dramatic three games-to-two win over George-Little Rock Wednesday night at the Sioux Center High School gym.  Gehlen seemed to be breezing to a rather easy win after taking games one and two, 25-18, 25-14.  But the Mavericks got off to 4-1 start to take game three 25-20 and started 5-0 in game four to win 25-21.  In game five, George-Little Rock built a 10-4 lead before Gehlen closed the match on an 11-3 run to win 15-13.  Senior Krayton Schnepf's left-side attack just slipped inside the far sideline for the winner, setting off a wild celebration at mid-court as Gehlen won their 14th straight match and qualified for their 9th State tournament in the school's history.  It's their seventh in a row.  Gehlen statistical leaders:  KILLS: Becca Konz 16, Katie Peters & Kayla Mayer 12 each, and Krayton Schnepf 10.  BLOCKS: Katie Peters 6 and Becca Konz & Krayton Schnepf 3 each.  ASSISTS: Catalina Uribe 40.  DIGS: Carly Bunkers 51, Jill Kessenich 29, Catalina Uribe 15 and Kayla Mayer 12.  SERVING: Jill Kessenich 23-23 / 3 aces, Kayla Mayer 22-23 / 3 aces, Catalina Uribe 16-18 / 1 ace, Becca Konz 12-15 / 4 aces, Krayton Schnepf 13-13 / 1 ace.

CLASS 1A REGIONAL FINALS
(region 1)
#1-Central Lyon def.. Bishop Garrigan 3-0

(region 2)
#8-Gehlen Catholic (29-10) def. George-Little Rock 3-2    (25-18, 25-14, 20-25, 21-25, 15-13)

1A STATE TOURNAMENT PAIRINGS - Wednesday, November 11
6:00-#4-Sidney (32-1) vs. #5-Springville (31-7) - COURT 1
6:00-#2-Tripoli (23-14) vs. #7-Grand View Christian (30-12) - COURT 2
8:00-#1-Central Lyon (32-5) vs. #8-Gehlen Catholic (29-10) - COURT 1   (on KLEM)
8:00-#3-Janesville (24-14) vs. #6-Holy Trinity Catholic (31-11) - COURT 2

CLASS 2A REGIONAL FINALS

(region 1)
#1-Western Christian def. Okoboji 3-0

(region 2)
#2-Unity Christian def. #12-Lawton-Bronson 3-1

(college basketball)

(M) Briar Cliff 93, Peru State 87, OT   (former Le Mars standout Austin Homan had 11 points and 12 rebounds for B-C)

(N-B-A basketball)

Indiana 100, Boston 98
Washington 102, San Antonio 99
Milwaukee 91, Philadelphia 87
Houston 119, Orlando 114, OT
Toronto 103, Oklahoma City 98
Cleveland 96, New York 86
Atlanta 101, Brooklyn 87
Portland 108, Utah 92
Phoenix 118, Sacramento 97
Golden State 112, L.A. Clippers 108

(N-H-L hockey)

Anaheim 3, Florida 2, SO
Winnipeg 4, Toronto 2
St. Louis 6, Chicago 5, OT
Pittsburgh 3, Vancouver 2

 

 

 

THURSDAY RESULTS - November 5

(N-F-L football)

Cincinnati 31, Cleveland 10

CINCINNATI — Andy Dalton was 21 of 27 for 234 yards and three touchdowns as the Cincinnati Bengals whipped Cleveland 31-10 to improve to 8-0 for the first time in team history. Tyler Eifert grabbed all three TD passes and Mohamed Sanu (sah-NOO) took a reverse 25 yards for a touchdown. The Bengals allowed just 32 total yards in the second half and recorded three sacks of Johnny Manziel (man-ZEHL'), who was 15 of 33 for 168 yards, one touchdown and no interceptions.

(college football)

(2) Baylor 31, Kansas State 24
(24) Mississippi State 31, Missouri 13

UNDATED — A new quarterback couldn't stop Baylor from keeping their perfect season intact.  Jarrett Stidham looked great in his first start for the second-ranked Bears, throwing for 419 yards and three T-Ds in a 31-24 triumph at Kansas City. Stidham also ran for a touchdown in the Bears' first game since quarterback Seth Russell suffered a season-ending injury. Corey Coleman had 11 catches for 216 yards and a pair of touchdown passes to help Baylor improve to 8-0 for only the second time in school history.  The other top-25 game on Thursday had Dak Prescott throwing for four touchdowns to lead No. 24 Mississippi State to a 31-13 win at Missouri. Prescott went over the 10,000-yard plateau in total offense for his career, completing 27 of his 40 passes for 303 yards and leading the Bulldogs with 47 yards on 14 carries.

(N-B-A basketball)

Chicago 104, Oklahoma City 98
Miami 96, Minnesota 84
Charlotte 108, Dallas 94
Utah 96, Denver 84
Portland 115, Memphis 96

(N-H-L hockey)

Ottawa 3, Winnipeg 2, SO
Tampa Bay 4, Buffalo 1
Washington 4, Boston 1
Montreal 4, N.Y. Islanders 1
Nashville 3, Minnesota 2
Calgary 2, Philadelphia 1, OT
Arizona 4, Colorado 2
San Jose 5, Florida 2
Columbus 3, Los Angeles 2

 

 

 

FRIDAY RESULTS - November 6

(high school football playoffs)

CLASS 4A QUARTERFINALS
#3-Cedar Rapids Kennedy (12-0) 21, #4-Cedar Rapids Washington (10-2) 7
#1-Dowling Catholic (11-0) 41, Lewis Central (8-4) 0
#2-Bettendorf (12-0) 31, Iowa City High (8-4) 7
#7-West Des Moines Valley (10-2) 20, #8-Johnston (9-3) 17

CLASS 3A QUARTERFINALS
#8-Sergeant Bluff-Luton (11-1) 55, #4-Webster City (11-1) 35
#2-West Delaware (12-0) 21, Decorah (6-6) 10
#7-Norwalk (11-1) 19, Dallas Center-Grimes (9-3) 14
#1-Pella (12-0) 49, #9-Davenport Assumption (9-3) 28

CLASS 2A QUARTERFINALS
#2-Spirit Lake (12-0) 35, Central Lyon/George-Little Rock (7-5) 13
#9-Mount Vernon (10-2) 33, #4-Anamosa (11-1) 20
#1-Albia (12-0) 17, #2-South Tama County (11-1) 6
#6-North Fayette Valley (10-2) 24, #5-Waukon (10-2) 20

CLASS 1A QUARTERFINALS
#8-Western Christian (10-2) 14, #9-Hinton (10-2) 7
#5-Dike-New Hartford (11-1) 28, #4-Saint Ansgar (10-2) 14
#7-Van Meter (11-1) 28, #6-South Central Calhoun (10-2) 26
#1-Iowa City Regina (11-1) 35, #2-West Branch (11-1) 28

CLASS A QUARTERFINALS
Akron-Westfield (10-2) 45, #3-West Sioux (11-1) 34
#4-Denver (11-1) 22, #1-Bishop Garrigan (11-1) 0
#7-Gladbrook-Reinbeck (10-2) 24, #2-B-G-M (11-1) 10
#9-Mount Ayr (10-2) 34, Lynnville-Sully (8-4) 15

8-PLAYER QUARTERFINALS
#4-Marcus-Meriden-Cleghorn (11-0) 21, West Bend-Mallard (6-5) 14
#2-Newell-Fonda (12-0) 49, Colo-Nesco (9-3) 0
#1-Don Bosco (10-0) 80, #7-Central Elkader (11-1) 32
#3-Glidden-Ralston (11-0) 42, East Mills (9-3) 6

(college football)

(23) Temple 60, S-M-U 40

(college basketball)

(M) Augustana (S.D.) 76, Iowa 74  (former M-O-C/Floyd Valley standout Dan Jansen hit a buzzer-beating 18-footer for the win!)

(N-B-A basketball)

Orlando 92, Toronto 87
Cleveland 108, Philadelphia 102
L.A. Lakers 104, Brooklyn 98
Boston 118, Washington 98
Milwaukee 99, New York 92
Atlanta 121, New Orleans 115
Indiana 90, Miami 87
Detroit 100, Phoenix 92
Golden State 119, Denver 104
Houston 116, Sacramento 110

(N-H-L hockey)

Detroit 2, Toronto 1, OT
New Jersey 4, Chicago 2
Dallas 4, Carolina 1
N.Y. Rangers 2, Colorado 1
Pittsburgh 2, Edmonton 1
Anaheim 4, Columbus 2

 

 

 

SATURDAY RESULTS - November 7

(college football)

BLOOMINGTON, Ind. -- No. 10 Iowa matched their best start in school history Saturday, improving to 9-and-0, with a 35-27 road win over Indiana.  C.J. Bethard's seven-yard quarterback keeper with 17 seconds to play in the first half, which finished with him leaping over a pile of defenders to reach the goal line and then falling hard on his back, gave Iowa the lead for good at 17-14.  LeShun Daniels scored twice for Iowa on runs of 4 and 1 yards and Akrum Wadley raced 65 yards for a first quarter touchdown for the Hawkeyes.  Beathard's 10-yard scoring pass to George Kittle with 6:03 to play gave Iowa a 35-20 lead and proved to be the deciding points.  The Hawkeyes improve to 5-and-0 in the Big Ten.

NORMAN, Okl.  -- Baker Mayfield threw for three touchdowns and ran for another to lead No. 14 Oklahoma to 52-16 win over Iowa State Saturday night in Big 12 football action in Norman.  Mayfield connected on 23-of-31 passes for 342 yards.  Joel Lanning was 26-of-51 for 260 yards and a touchdown for Iowa State with one interception.  Cole Netten gave Iowa State a 3-0 lead in the first quarter on the first of his three first half field goals before the Sooners rattled off the next 21 points and led 21-9 at halftime.  Iowa State was outscored 31-7 in the second half.  The Cyclones fall to 3-and-6 for the season and 2-and-4 in the Big 12.

CEDAR FALLS  -- No. 17 U-N-I won an impressive Missouri Valley Conference victory over No. 23 Indiana State, 59-13, Saturday at the UNI-Dome in Cedar Falls.  The Panthers forced the Sycamores into five turnovers that led to 28 points.  Tim Kilroy and Jamison Whiting returned two of the three U-N-I interceptions 30 and 77 yards for touchdowns.  Indiana State was also plagued by 12 penalties for 112 yards.  Northern Iowa (5-3, 3-3) led 38-0 at the half.

VERMILLION, S.D.  -- Drew Iddings blocked a potential game-tying 51-yard field goal attempt with 46 seconds to play Saturday to allow U-S-D to hold off Southern Illinois 34-31 at the Dakota Dome in Vermillion in Missouri Valley Conference football action.  It was the Coyotes third win in the last four games as their record improves to 3-and-3 in the conference and 5-and-4 for the season.  Ryan Saeger threw touchdown passes of 80 and 11 yards and also ran for a touchdown to lead U-S-D.  He finished with 269 yards on 26-of-39 passing.

(10) Iowa (9-0) 35 Indiana 27
(14) Iowa State 52, Iowa State 16
Nebraska 39, (6) Michigan State 38
U-N-I 59, Indiana State 13
U-S-D 34, Southern Illinois 31
Morningside 80, Midland Lutheran 10
Doane 31, Briar Cliff 17
Nebraska Wesleyan 44, Northwestern 38
Hastings 62, Dordt 31
Upper Iowa 34, Wayne State 31, two overtimes
Central College 38, Buena Vista 23

Top 25
(1) Ohio State 28, Minnesota 14
(3) Clemson 23, (17) Florida State 13
(7) Alabama 30, (4) L-S-U 16
(12) Oklahoma State 49, (5) T-C-U 29
(8) Notre Dame 42, Pittsburgh 30
(9) Stanford 42, Colorado 10
(11) Florida 9, Vanderbilt 7
(13) Utah 34, Washington 23
Navy 45, (15) Memphis 20
(16) Michigan 49, Rutgers 16
(18) Houston 33, Cincinnati 30
Arkansas 53, (19) Mississippi 52, overtime
(21) North Carolina 66, Duke 31
(22) U-C-L-A 41, Oregon State 0
Auburn 26, (25) Texas A&M 10

(college basketball)

(M) Tabor 87, Morningside 73

(W) Briar Cliff 77, Tabor 71, OT

(M) Briar Cliff 92, Northern State 88  (former Le Mars standout Austin Homan had 12 points & 9 rebounds)

(W) Northwestern 104, Presentation 80

(M) Northwestern 109, Jamestown 100

(W) Dordt 87, Graceland 73

(M) Valley City State 82, Dordt 76

(N-B-A basketball)

Minnesota 102, Chicago 93
Orlando 105, Philadelphia 97
Atlanta 114, Washington 99
San Antonio 114, Charlotte 94
Milwaukee 94, Brooklyn 86
Dallas 107, New Orleans 98
Utah 89, Memphis 79
Golden State 103, Sacramento 94
Houston 109, L.A. Clippers 105

(N-H-L hockey)

Buffalo 3, Vancouver 2
Los Angeles 4, Florida 1
Montreal 4, Boston 2
Washington 3, Toronto 2, SO
Carolina 3, Ottawa 2, OT
Philadelphia 3, Winnipeg 0
St. Louis 4, Nashville 0
Minnesota 1, Tampa Bay 0
N.Y. Rangers 4, Arizona 1
Calgary 5, Pittsburgh 2
Anaheim 1, San Jose 0

 

 

 

SUNDAY RESULTS - November 8

(N-F-L football)

Tennessee 34, New Orleans 28, OT
Minnesota 21, St. Louis 18, OT
Carolina 37, Green Bay 29
New England 27, Washington 10
Buffalo 33, Miami 17
N.Y. Jets 28, Jacksonville 23
Pittsburgh 38, Oakland 35
San Francisco 17, Atlanta 16
N.Y. Giants 32, Tampa Bay 18
Indianapolis 27, Denver 24
Philadelphia 33, Dallas 27, OT

Open: Arizona, Baltimore, Detroit, Houston, Kansas City, Seattle

(N-B-A basketball)

Cleveland 101, Indiana 97
New York 99, L.A. Lakers 95
Miami 96, Toronto 76
Oklahoma City 124, Phoenix 103
Detroit 120, Portland 103

(N-H-L hockey)

Dallas 4, Detroit 1
New Jersey 4, Vancouver 3, OT
Boston 2, N.Y. Islanders 1
Chicago 4, Edmonton 2

   

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