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MONDAY RESULTS - November 10

(major league baseball)

NEW YORK - Chicago White Sox first baseman Jose Abreu (ah-BRAY'-oo) is a unanimous winner of the AL rookie honor. The 27-year-old led the major leagues with a .581 slugging percentage and was sixth with a .317 average, tied for fourth with 36 homers and fifth with 107 RBIs. New York Mets pitcher Jacob deGrom (deh-GRAHM') has been voted NL Rookie of the Year after going 9-6 with a 2.69 ERA and 114 strikeouts in 140 1/3 innings following his recall in May.

(N-F-L football)

Philadelphia 45, Carolina 21

PHILADELPHIA - The Philadelphia Eagles are 7-2 after Mark Sanchez threw for two touchdowns and Darren Sproles scored a pair of first-quarter TDs in a 45-21 trouncing of Carolina. Bradley Fletcher returned an interception 34 yards for a TD and Jordan Matthews had 138 yards receiving and two TDs. The Eagles also recorded three interceptions and nine sacks against Cam Newton, who gained most of his 306 passing yard after the Eagles went ahead 45-7.

(N-B-A basketball)

Indiana 97, Utah 86
Cleveland 118, New Orleans 111
Atlanta 91, New York 85
Chicago 102, Detroit 91
San Antonio 89, L.A. Clippers 85

(N-H-L hockey)

Boston 4, New Jersey 2
Carolina 4, Calgary 1

 

 

 

TUESDAY RESULTS - November 11

(volleyball)

STATE TOURNAMENT at Cedar Rapids
CLASS 5A QUARTERFINALS

#1-Bettendorf (37-0) def. Iowa City West (28-12)  3-1
#2-Ankeny Centennial (42-3) def. #8-Iowa City High (24-11)  3-1
#4-Johnston (38-6) def. #5-Ankeny (35-8)  3-1
#7-Council Bluffs A-L (40-13) def. #3-Dowling Catholic (39-7)  3-2

CLASS 4A QUARTERFINALS
#1-Harlan (39-2) def. Lewis Central (23-15)  3-0 
#2-West Delaware (44-2) def. #7-Indianola (32-10)  3-0
#5-Clear Creek-Amana (27-9) def. #4-Bishop Heelan (31-14)  3-2 
#3-Marion (34-7) def. #6-Charles City (41-5)  3-1

CLASS 3A QUARTERFINALS
#1-Mount Vernon (32-7) def. #11-Union (24-12)  3-0
#2-Solon (31-8) def. #8-Iowa Falls-Alden (28-11)  3-0

(N-B-A basketball)

Toronto 104, Orlando 100
Memphis 107, L.A. Lakers 102
Milwaukee 85, Oklahoma City 78
Dallas 106, Sacramento 98
Portland 102, Charlotte 100
San Antonio 113, Golden State 100

 

(N-H-L hockey)

Chicago 3, Tampa Bay 2, SO
New Jersey 3, Minnesota 1
N.Y. Islanders 6, Colorado 0
N.Y. Rangers 5, Pittsburgh 0
Washington 4, Columbus 2
Montreal 3, Winnipeg 0
Florida 4, San Jose 1
St. Louis 6, Buffalo 1
Nashville 3, Edmonton 2
Dallas 4, Arizona 3
Vancouver 4, Ottawa 3, OT

 

 

 

 

WEDNESDAY RESULTS - November 12

(volleyball)

STATE TOURNAMENT at Cedar Rapids
CLASS 3A QUARTERFINALS

#5-Red Oak (34-7) def. #6-Sioux Center (31-9)  3-0
#3-Nevada (39-9) def. #7-West Liberty (37-6)  3-0

CLASS 2A QUARTERFINALS
#4-Unity Christian (32-5) def. #5-Eddyville-Blakesburg-Fremont (35-3)  3-2
#3-Western Christian (43-3) def.. #6-South Central Calhoun (41-1)  3-0
#1-Dike-New Hartford (38-3) def. #8-West Branch (34-4)  3-0
#2-Sumner-Fredericksburg (31-2) def. #7-Grundy Center (29-10)  3-2

CLASS 1A QUARTERFINALS
#1-Holy Trinity Catholic (46-4) def.. #8-Gehlen Catholic (23-15)  3-0   (25-15, 25-13, 25-17)

Statistical leaders:  KILLS: (GC) Morgan Whitehead 10, Krayton Schnepf 8 & Allison Hansen 6.  (HTC) Mikaela Foecke 21 & Madlyn Orton 11.  ASSISTS: (GC) Taylor Peters 26.  (HTC) Ali Randolph 19 & Maria Vonderhaar 11.  BLOCKS: (GC) Morgan Whitehead 2.  (HTC) Mikaela Foecke 5.  DIGS: (GC) Carly Bunkers 9 & Morgan Whitehead 8.  (HTC) Lauren Pothitakis 7, Mikaela Foecke 6 & Madlyn Orton 5.  SERVING: (GC) Carly Bunkers 11-11, Morgan Whitehead 7-8, & Becca Konz 5-7/1 ace.  (HTC) Nicole Wilkens 18-18/1 ace, Maria Vondehaar 15-16, Ali Randolph 11-12/1 ace, Mikaela Foecke 11-11/1 ace, & Kristin Brinck 10-10.

#2-Central Lyon (37-3) def. #7-Marquette Catholic (32-4) 3-1
#4-Tripoli (27-13) def. #5-New London (35-8)  3-0 
#3-Janesville (25-11) def. #6-Grandview Christian (28-11)  3-0

(major league baseball)

NEW YORK -- Clayton Kershaw of the Los Angeles Dodgers easily won the 2014 National League Cy Young award Wednesday after compiling a 21-3 record with a 1.77 ERA and 239 strike outs in 198 1/3 innings.  It was the third Cy Young of Kershaw's career.  The American League balloting was alot closer with Cleveland's Corey Kluber edging out Seattle's Felix Hernandez 17-13.  Kluber went 18-9 and had an ERA of 2.44.

 

(N-B-A basketball)

Washington 107, Detroit 103
Atlanta 100, Utah 97
Oklahoma City 109, Boston 94
Indiana 81, Miami 75
Orlando 97, New York 95
New Orleans 109, L.A. Lakers 102
Portland 130, Denver 113
Phoenix 112, Brooklyn 104
Houston 113, Minnesota 101

(N-H-L hockey)

Toronto 6, Boston 1
Anaheim 6, Los Angeles 5, SO

 

 

 

THURSDAY RESULTS - November 13

(volleyball)

STATE TOURNAMENT at Cedar Rapids
CLASS 5A SEMIFINALS

#1-Bettendorf (38-0) def. #4-Johnston (38-7)  3-2
#2-Ankeny Centennial (43-3) def. #7-Council Bluffs A-L (40-14)  3-0

CLASS 4A SEMIFINALS
#1-Harlan (40-2) def. #5-Clear Creek-Amana (27-10)  3-0
#2-West Delaware (45-2) def. #3-Marion (34-8)  3-2

CLASS 3A SEMIFINALS
#1-Mount Vernon (33-7) def. #5-Red Oak (34-8)  3-1
#2-Solon (32-8) def. #3-Nevada (34-10)  3-0

CLASS 2A SEMIFINALS
#1-Dike-New Hartford (39-3) def. #4-Unity Christian (32-6)  3-0
#3-Western Christian (44-3) def. #2-Sumner-Fredericksburg (31-3)  3-0

CLASS 1A SEMIFINALS
#1-Holy Trinity Catholic (47-4) def. #4-Tripoli (27-14)  3-0
#2-Central Lyon (38-3) def. #3-Janesville (25-12)  3-2

(high school football)

STATE PLAYOFFS AT THE UNI-DOME IN CEDAR FALLS
EIGHT-MAN SEMIFINALS

Newell-Fonda 40, H-L-V, Victor 18
#2-Fremont Mills 30, Marcus/Meriden-Cleghorn 27

CLASS 3A SEMIFINALS
#2-Bishop Heelan 59, Creston 14
#1-Pella 27, #6-Cedar Rapids Xavier 0

(major league baseball)

NEW YORK - Clayton Kershaw has become the first pitcher since Bob Gibson in 1968 to win the National League MVP award. Kershaw got 18 of 30 first-place votes and 355 points in balloting by members of the Baseball Writers' Association of America after going 21-3 with a 1.77 ERA and one no-hitter. Miami outfielder Giancarlo Stanton got eight first-place ballots and 298 points, while Pittsburgh outfielder Andrew McCutchen got four first and 271 points.

NEW YORK - Mike Trout is a unanimous winner of the American League's Most Valuable Player award after consecutive second-place finishes. He hit .287 and set career highs with 36 home runs and 111 RBIs while leading the major leagues with 115 runs and 84 extra-base hits. The 23-year-old Trout is the fifth-youngest MVP in major league history.

(N-F-L football)

Miami 22, Buffalo 9

MIAMI - Ryan Tannehill threw for 240 yards and the Miami Dolphins improved to 6-4 by downing the Buffalo Bills 22-9. The Bills led 9-2 before Tannehill threw short touchdown passes to Brandon Gibson and Jarvis Landry while the Dolphins were scoring 19 unanswered points in the final 18 minutes. Miami's defense was stellar, holding Buffalo to 54 rushing yards and limiting Sammy Watkins to three receptions for 32 yards.

(N-B-A basketball)

Memphis 111, Sacramento 110
Chicago 100, Toronto 93
Dallas 123, Philadelphia 70
Golden State 107, Brooklyn 99

(N-H-L hockey)

Colorado 4, N.Y. Rangers 3, SO
Winnipeg 3, Carolina 1
Montreal 5, Boston 1
San Jose 2, Tampa Bay 1
St. Louis 4, Nashville 3
Minnesota 6, Buffalo 3
Calgary 5, Arizona 3
Ottawa 4, Edmonton 3, OT
Dallas 2, Los Angeles 0

 

 

 

 

FRIDAY RESULTS - November 14

(volleyball)

STATE TOURNAMENT at Cedar Rapids
CLASS 5A STATE CHAMPIONSHIP

#2-Ankeny Centennial (44-3) def. #1-Bettendorf (38-1)  3-0

CLASS 4A STATE CHAMPIONSHIP
#1-Harlan (41-2) def. #2-West Delaware (45-3)  3-1

CLASS 3A STATE CHAMPIONSHIP
#2-Solon (33-8) def. #1-Mount Vernon (33-8)  3-0

CLASS 2A STATE CHAMPIONSHIP
#1-Dike-New Hartford (40-3) def. #3-Western Christian (44-4)  3-1

CLASS 1A STATE CHAMPIONSHIP
#1-Holy Trinity Catholic (48-4) def. #2-Central Lyon (38-4)  3-0

(high school football)

STATE PLAYOFFS AT THE UNI-DOME IN CEDAR FALLS
CLASS A SEMIFINALS

#3-Gladbrook-Reinbeck 21, Denver 8
#1-Logan-Magnolia 28, #8-Mount Ayr 7

CLASS 4A SEMIFINALS
#3-Cedar Rapids Washington 28, #1-Bettendorf 17
#2-Dowling Catholic 41, #5-Waukee 28

(college basketball)

Iowa 90, Hampton 56

TOP-25
(  1)  Kentucky 85, Grand Canyon 45
(  2)  Arizona 78, Mount St. Mary's 55
(  3)  Wisconsin 62, Northern Kentucky 31
(  4)  Duke 113, Presbyterian 44
(  5)  Kansas 69, U-C Santa Barbara 59
(  6)  North Carolina 76, North Carolina Central 60
(  7)  Florida 68, William & Mary 45
(  8)  Louisville 81, Minnesota 68
(  9)  Virginia 79, James Madison 51
(10)  Texas 85, North Dakota State 50
(11)  Wichita State 71, New Mexico State 54
(12)  Villanova 77, Lehigh 66
(13)  Gonzaga 104, Sacramento State 58
(14)  Iowa State 93, Oakland 82
(15)  V-C-U 85, Tennessee 69
(16)  San Diego State 79, Cal. State- Northridge 58
(17)  U-Conn 66, Bryant 53
(18)  Michigan State 64, Navy 59
(20)  Ohio State 92, Massachusetts-Lowell 55
(22)  S-M-U 93, Lamar 54
(23)  Syracuse 89, Kennesaw State 42
(25)  Harvard 73, M-I-T 52
(25)  Utah 90, Ball State 72

(N-B-A basketball)

Orlando 101, Milwaukee 85
Denver 108, Indiana 87
Atlanta 114, Miami 103
Cleveland 122, Boston 121
Utah 102, New York 100
New Orleans 139, Minnesota 91
Detroit 96, Oklahoma City 89, OT
Houston 88, Philadelphia 87
Charlotte 103, Phoenix 95
San Antonio 93, L.A. Lakers 80

(N-H-L basketball)

N.Y. Islanders 4, Florida 3, SO
Columbus 4, Philadelphia 3
New Jersey 1, Washington 0
Pittsburgh 2, Toronto 1
Detroit 4, Chicago 1
Arizona 5, Vancouver 0

 

 

 

SATURDAY RESULTS - November 15

(high school football)

STATE PLAYOFFS AT THE UNI-DOME IN CEDAR FALLS
CLASS 1A SEMIFINALS

#1-Iowa City Regina 56, #2-South Winneshiek 18
#7-West Lyon 17, #3-Fort Dodge St. Edmond 7

CLASS 2A SEMIFINALS
#5-North Fayette Valley 42, Beckman Catholic 13
#4-Sioux Center 47, #9-Albia 7

(college football)

Iowa State is idle

Iowa 30, Illinois 14
(22) Wisconsin 59, (15) Nebraska 24
U-N-I 40, Southern Illinois 21
Illinois State 45, U-S-D 26
Sioux Falls 63, Wayne State 28
Doane 49, Morningside 48
Concordia (Neb.) 37, Briar Cliff 25
Northwestern 22, Midland Lutheran 2
Dakota Wesleyan 40, Dordt 14
Coe College 33, Buena Vista 13

TOP 25
(4) Alabama 25, (1) Mississippi State 20
(2) Florida State 30, Miami (Fla.) 26
(5) T-C-U 34, Kansas 30
Oregon State 35, (7) Arizona State 27
(8) Ohio State 31, Minnesota 24
(16) Georgia 34, (9) Auburn 7
(12) Michigan State 37, Maryland 15
Northwestern 43, (15) Notre Dame 40, OT
(17) Arizona 27, Washington 26
(24) Georgia Tech 28, (18) Clemson 6
Virginia Tech 17. (19) Duke 16
Arkansas 17, (20) L-S-U 0
(21) Marshall 41, Rice 14
(25) Utah 20, Stanford 17, 2 OTs

(college basketball)

(W) Morningside 78, Concordia (Neb.) 70
(M) Morningside 87, Concordia (Neb.) 76

(W) Briar Cliff 69, Doane 61
(M) Briar Cliff 64, Doane 48  (Jordan Eisma & Austin Homan both scored 4 points each for B.C.)

Top 25

(  4) Duke 109, Fairfield 59
(24) Michigan 92, Hillsdale 68

N-B-A basketball)

Washington 98, Orlando 93
Toronto 111, Utah 93
Cleveland 127, Atlanta 94
Indiana 99, Chicago 90
Memphis 95, Detroit 88
Dallas 131, Minnesota 117
Portland 97, Brooklyn 87
Sacramento 94, San Antonio 91
L.A. Clippers 120, Phoenix 107
Golden State 112, Charlotte 87

(N-H-L hockey)

Pittsburgh 3, N.Y. Rangers 2, SO
Boston 2, Carolina 1
Minnesota 2, Dallas 1
Los Angeles 3, Anaheim 2, OT
Buffalo 6, Toronto 2
Montreal 6, Philadelphia 3
Tampa Bay 5, N.Y. Islanders 2
Colorado 3, New Jersey 2
Columbus 2, San Jose 1
Nashville 2, Winnipeg 1
St. Louis 4, Washington 1
Calgary 4, Ottawa 2

 

 

 

SUNDAY RESULTS - November 16

(N-F-L football)

Chicago 21, Minnesota 13
Kansas City 24, Seattle 20
Cincinnati 27, New Orleans 10
St. Louis 22, Denver 7
Houston 23, Cleveland 7
Atlanta 19, Carolina 17
Tampa Bay 27, Washington 7
San Francisco 16, N.Y. Giants 10
San Diego 13, Oakland 6
Arizona 14, Detroit 6
Green Bay 53, Philadelphia 20
New England 42, Indianapolis 20

Open: Baltimore, Dallas, Jacksonville, N.Y. Jets

(college basketball)

(  1)  Kentucky 71, Buffalo 52
(  2)  Arizona 86, C-S Northridge 68
(  3)  Wisconsin 89, Chattanooga 45
(  6)  North Carolina 103, Robert Morris 59
(  9)  Virginia 67, Norfolk State 39
(10)  Texas 85, Alcorn State 53
(19)  Oklahoma 78, SE Louisiana 53
(21)  Nebraska 80, Northern Kentucky 61
(23)  Syracuse 65, Hampton 47
Holy Cross 58, (25)  Harvard 57

(N-B-A basketball)

New York 109, Denver 93
Milwaukee 91, Miami 84
Houston 69, Oklahoma City 65
Golden State 136, L.A. Lakers 115

(N-H-L hockey)

San Jose 2, Carolina 0
Minnesota 4, Winnipeg 3, OT
Montreal 4, Detroit 1
Chicago 6, Dallas 2
Florida 6, Anaheim 2
Arizona 2, Edmonton 1

 

   

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