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(major league baseball playoffs)

Toronto 11, Kansas City 8  (Kansas City leads best-of-seven series 2-1)

TORONTO - The Toronto Blue Jays have pulled within two games to one of Kansas City in the American League Championship Series by thumping the Royals 11-8 last night. Troy Tulowitzki, Josh Donaldson and Ryan Goins each homered and collected three RBIs to back Marcus Stroman, who surrendered 11 hits in 6 1/3 innings but left the game leading 10-4. Losing pitcher Johnny Cueto was tagged for eight runs on six hits and four walks in just two-plus innings.

(N-F-L football)

Philadelphia 27, N.Y. Giants 7

PHILADELPHIA - The Eagles and Giants share the NFC East lead at just 3-3 following Philadelphia's 27-7 home win against New York. DeMarco Murray had 22 carries for 109 yards and a touchdown in his best game since signing with the Eagles last spring. Nolan Carroll returned one of Eli Manning's two interceptions for a 12-yard TD early in the second quarter to put the Eagles ahead to stay.

(N-H-L hockey)

N.Y. Rangers 4, San Jose 0






(LE MARS)  -- No. 8 Gehlen Catholic opened 1A Regional volleyball action Tuesday night in Le Mars with three-game sweep of Whiting.  The scores were 25-10, 25-14, 25-16.  The match lasted just 53 minutes.  Becca Konz led Gehlen with 11 kills with Krayton Schnepf adding 6 and Katie Peters and Kayla Mayer contributing 5 each.  Krayton Schnepf had Gehlen's only block of the night and Catalina Uribe dished out 28 assists.  Carly Bunkers and Catalina Uribe led in digs with 9 and 6 respectively.  In serving, Kayla Mayer was 16-of-17 with one ace, Jill Kessenich was 11-of-13 with one ace and Carly Bunkers finished 10-of-11 with 1 ace.  The Lady Jays had 12 ace serves for the night.  Gehlen improves to 26-and-10 for the season and plays in the 1A quarterfinals next Tuesday against Westwood at Sloan.  The match begins at 7 pm

(region 1)
Hartley-Melvin-Sanborn def. Remsen St. Mary's 3-1                    
Newell-Fonda def. Marcus/Meriden-Cleghorn  3-0
Storm Lake St. Mary's def. Remsen-Union 3-2
Clay Central-Everly def. Graettinger-Terril/Ruthven-Ayrshire 3-1    
Bishop Garrigan def. CAL, Latimer 3-0
North Iowa def. West Bend-Mallard 3-1

(region 2)
#8-Gehlen Catholic (26-10) def. Whiting 3-0    (25-10, 25-14, 25-16)
Westwood def. West Harrison 3-0
Ar-We-Va def. Woodbine 3-0                      
Trinity Christian def. Akron-Westfield 3-1      
#14-Siouxland Christian def. River Valley 3-1
Kingsley-Pierson def. Charter Oak-Ute 3-0

(region 1)
Rock Valley def. South O'Brien 3-0                           
Boyden-Hull def. West Sioux 3-0                             
Okoboji def. Sibley-Ocheyedan 3-0                       
North Union def. West Hancock 3-0 

(region 2)
Ridge View def. Alta-Aurelia 3-0                           
IKM-Manning def. South Central Calhoun 3-2           
Maple Valley/Anthon-Oto def. OA-BCIG 3-0              
Woodbury Central def. West Monona 3-0                

(major league baseball playoffs)

Kansas City 14, Toronto 2     (Kansas City leads best-of-seven series, 3-1)

TORONTO — A victory today sends the Kansas City Royals back to the World Series. The Royals took a 3-1 lead in the American League Championship Series by routing Toronto 14-2. The Royals send out Edinson Volquez for the clincher tonight against Toronto's Marco Estrada.

Game 3 --  N.Y. Mets 5, Chicago Cubs 2  (N.Y. Mets lead best-of-seven series 3-0)

CHICAGO (AP) — Daniel Murphy hit a home run in his major league record-tying fifth straight postseason game in leading the New York Mets past Chicago 5-2 for a commanding 3-0 lead over the Cubs in the National League Championship Series. Tonight's Game 4 starters are Steven Matz for the Mets against Jason Hammel for the Cubs.

(N-H-L hockey)

Nashville 5, Tampa Bay 4, SO
New Jersey 3, Arizona 2, OT
Pittsburgh 3, Florida 2, OT
N.Y. Islanders 4, Columbus 0
Dallas 2, Philadelphia 1
Montreal 3, St. Louis 0
Washington 6, Calgary 2





(major league baseball playoffs)

Toronto 7, Kansas City 1     (Kansas City leads best-of-seven series, 3-2)

TORONTO - The Toronto Blue Jays beat Kansas City 7-1 to cut the Royals' lead to 3-2 in the AL Championship Series. Chris Colabello homered and Troy Tulowitzki hit a bases-loaded three-run double. Game 6 is Friday night -- David Price goes for Toronto against Yordano Ventura of the Royals.

N.Y. Mets 8,  Chicago Cubs 3     (N.Y. Mets win best-of-seven series, 4-0)

CHICAGO - The New York Mets jumped on Jason Hammel for four runs in the first inning -- three on Lucas Duda's home run followed by a Travis d'Arnaud solo shot -- and Daniel Murphy set a major league record by homering in his sixth straight postseason game in an 8-3 win and a four-game sweep of the Chicago Cubs. That sends the Mets into the World Series for the first time since 2000 against the winner of the Kansas City-Toronto series.

(N-H-L hockey)

Buffalo 2, Toronto 1, SO
Philadelphia 5, Boston 4, OT
Edmonton 3, Detroit 1
Carolina 1, Colorado 0, OT





(cross country)


(GIRLS RESULTS) Fort Dodge St. Edmond, Emmetsburg & Alta/Aurelia qualified for the 1A State meet.  Hinton finished 8th.  Madison Schiernback of OA-BCIG finished first in a time of 20:34.18.  No Plymouth County runners qualified for State.  Gehlen Catholic results: Christina Schmit finished 66th (26:06)

(BOYS RESULTS) Trinity Christian, Fort Dodge St. Edmond & Manson-NW Webster qualified for the 1A State meet.  Remsen St. Mary's finished 9th, Hinton was 13th and Gehlen Catholic finished 17th.  Riley Bauer of North Union finished first in a time of 17:18.42.  No Plymouth County runner qualified for State.  Gehlen Catholic results: Jason Zenk was 65th (19:51)  ..  Thomas Pohlen was 88th (20:59)  ..  Carter Sitzmann finished 89th (21:00)  ..  Tyler Zenk was 94th (21:29)  ..  and Justin Schmit finished 124th (24:07).


(GIRLS RESULTS) Pocahontas Area, Unity Christian & Western Christian qualified for the 2A State meet.  Woodbury Central/Kingsley-Pierson finished 5th.  Rylee Wright of WC/KP finished first in a time of 29:24.0.  WC/KP's Suzanne Putze finished 3rd in a time of 19:52.1 and WC/KP's KayLynn Bechen took fourth in a time of 19:55.3 and both qualified for the 2A State meet.

(BOYS RESULTS) Garner-Hayfield/Ventura, Unity Christian & Eagle Grove qualified for the 2A State meet.  Woodbury Central/Kingsley-Pierson finished 13th.  Chase Smith of Garner-Hayfield/Ventura finished first in a time of 15:44.8.  No Plymouth County runners qualified for State.


(GIRLS RESULTS) Humboldt, Bishop Heelan and Spencer qualified for the 3A State meet.  Le Mars finished 6th.  Kourtney Delperdang of Spirit Lake finished first in a time of 19:24.92.  Le Mars' freshman Maddie Hurt finished 4th in a time of 19:56.16 and qualified for the 3A State meet. Other Le Mars results: Griselda Cobian finished 40th (22:00.29  ..  Mary Meis was 48th (22:38.06)  ..  Katie McAllister finished 53rd (22:41.96)  ..  Katrina Engebretson was 57th (22:50.94)  ..  Abby Whiddon was 60th (23:05.18)  ..  and Morgan Avise finished 83rd (25:07.86) .

(BOYS RESULTS) Humboldt, M-O-C/Floyd Valley & Spirit Lake qualified for the 3A State meet.  Le Mars finished 8th.  Carter Foughty of M-O-C/Floyd Valley won the 3A District title in a time of 16:44.87.  Le Mars' Andrew Tonner finished 11th in a time of 17:31.45 and qualified for the 3A State meet. Other Le Mars results: Jacob Burrell was 26th (18:02.14)  ..  Alec Rieken was 39th (18:29.41)  ..  Kyle Zenk was 60th (19:13.49)  ..  Glen Clark finished 67th (19:32.15)  ..  Zach Wingert was 68th (19:32.52)  ..  and Landen Parmelee was 83rd (21:18.19).

(high school football)

CLASS 4A - District 3
Des Moines Hoover 34, Sioux City West 14

(college football)

U-C-L-A 40, (20) California 24
(22) Temple 24, East Carolina 14

(N-F-L football)

Seattle 20, San Francisco 3

SANTA CLARA, Calif. - The Seattle Seahawks are 3-4 following their fourth straight win over the San Francisco 49ers, 20-3 at Santa Clara. Marshawn Lynch rushed for 122 yards and a touchdown while the Seahawks' defense held the 2-5 Niners to 142 total yards. Russell Wilson completed 10 of his first 12 passes and finished with 235 yards passing, including a 43-yard scoring strike to Tyler Lockett late in the first half.

(N-H-L results)

New Jersey 5, Ottawa 4, SO
N.Y. Rangers 4, Arizona 1
Dallas 4, Pittsburgh 1
Nashville 5, Anaheim 1
Minnesota 3, Columbus 2
Chicago 3, Florida 2
Washington 3, Vancouver 2
Los Angeles 4, San Jose 1





(high school football)

(LAWTON)  -- Lawton-Bronson tuned up for the postseason with a 40-0 blitz of Gehlen Catholic Friday night in a Class A District 2 match-up on a rainy, drizzly night in Lawton.  The Eagles scored on their first five possessions while holding the Jays to one first down in for a 34-0 lead by halftime.  Austin Peters caught a 41-yard touchdown pass and ran four yards for another score in the first quarter.  Matt Herbold threw his second touchdown pass of the game, a four yarder to Nathan Kneifel to open the scoring in the second quarter.  Anteres Ashley scored on an eight yard touchdown run and Cody Ricke scored on a four yard run with 15-seconds to play in the first half.  Ashley scored the lone second half touchdown on a 65 yard gallop in the third quarter.  Gehlen Catholic scored on a 28-yard run by Roman Freking on their final possession of the game but a holding penalty negated the score and the Jays suffered their third shutout of the season to end the year at 0-and-9 for a second straight year.  The Jays have now dropped 19 straight dating back to week eight of the 2013 season.  Statistically, Gehlen was held to 98 yards of offense for the night.  Roman Freking had 63 yards rushing on 16 carries.  Lawton-Bronson finished with 298 yards with 211 yards on the ground.  Anteres Ashley finished with 103 yards in limited playing time.

(LE MARS)  -- Bishop Heelan rattled off 41 second quarter points and led 55-12 by halftime as the Crusaders got ready for the playoffs with a 65-12 win over the Le Mars Bulldogs in a Class 3A District 1 match-up at Jim Lorenzen Field Friday night.  The night started on a positive note for Le Mars as Gabe Eckstaine threw a 68 yard touchdown pass to Kyle Kliever for an early 6-0 lead.  Brayden Bork ran for a five yard touchdown and Mekhi Bianchini threw a five yard TD-pass to Jackson Boever to put Heelan on top 14-6 after the first quarter.  Le Mars opened the second quarter with another Eckstaine-to-Kliever TD-pass from 15 yards away to close the Dogs to within 14-12 with 9:39 to play in the first half.  The Crusaders seemed to rachet-up their emotions a couple of notches after that, getting three touchdown runs from sophomore standout Saybein Clark and another from his brother Odessa Clark.  Heelan's defense then got into the act, returning a pair of interceptions for touchdowns to cap an explosive second quarter.  Saybein Clark added his fourth touchdown run of the game in the third quarter and Jason Sloniker kicked a 31 yard field goal early in the fourth quarter to complete the scoring.  Saybein Clark finished with 214 yards rushing to lead a 343 yard rushing attack for the Crusaders.  Heelan finished with 403 yards of offense.  Gabe Eckstaine threw for 217 yards for Le Mars, hitting on 9-of-32 passes with three interceptions.  Kyle Kliever caught three passes for 100 yards.  Le Mars finishes the 2015 season at 1-and-8.

CLASS A - District 2
Lawton-Bronson 40, Gehlen Catholic (0-9/0-7) 0
Akron-Westfield (7-2/6-1) 40, South O'Brien 16
(#3)West Sioux 33, Alta-Aurelia 14
Woodbury Central 34, Sioux Central 16

CLASS 3A - District 1
Bishop Heelan 65, Le Mars (1-8/1-5) 12
(#9)Sergeant Bluff-Luton 20, Spencer 0
Boyden-Hull/Rock Valley 53, Denison-Schleswig 35
Storm Lake 27, Algona 20, overtime (ND)

CLASS 1A - District 2
(#8)Hinton (8-1/5-1) 45, Unity Christian 20 
(#9)Western Christian 33, Ridge View 6
West Lyon 35, Hartley-Melvin-Sanborn 6
Cherokee 34, Sibley-Ocheyedan 12 (ND)

CLASS 2A - District 1
(#2)Spirit Lake 35, M-O-C/Floyd Valley 0
Sioux Center 33, Okoboji 20
Central Lyon/George-Little Rock 47, Sheldon 12

Des Moines East 48, Sioux City North 21   (District 1)
(#9)Johnston 24, Sioux City East 3   (District 2)
(Thursday) Des Moines Hoover 34, Sioux City West 14  (District 3)

EIGHT MAN - District 1
(#7)Exira-Elk Horn-Kimballton 52, Kingsley-Pierson (7-3/4-3) 6
(#1)Newell-Fonda 55, West Harrison 0
Ar-We-Va 49, River Valley 0
Woodbine 12, Boyer Valley 6

EIGHT-MAN - District 2
(#9)Graettinger-Terril/Ruthven-Ayrshire 64, Remsen St. Mary's (3-6/2-4) 14
Remsen-Union (2-7/1-5) 26, Clay Central-Everly 18
(#4)Marcus/Meriden-Cleghorn 40, West Bend-Mallard 32
Harris-Lake Park was idle

(major league baseball playoffs)

Kansas City 4, Toronto 3  (Kansas City wins best-of-seven series, 4-2)

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - The Kansas City Royals are American League champions for the second straight year after taking Game 6 of the ALCS from Toronto, 4-3. Ben Zobrist and Mike Moustakas hit solo homers in the early innings, but the Royals needed Eric Hosmer's RBI single in the bottom of the eighth to pull out the victory. Blue Jays slugger Jose Bautista homered twice, including a game-tying, two-run shot in the eighth.

(college football)

(18) Memphis 66, Tulsa 42

(N-H-L hockey)

Montreal 7, Buffalo 2
Boston 5, N.Y. Islanders 3
Tampa Bay 4, Winnipeg 3, OT
Calgary 3, Detroit 2, OT
Washington 7, Edmonton 4
Los Angeles 3, Carolina 0





(DES MOINES)  -- Former Le Mars Community varsity wrestling coach, Tom Smalley, was inducted into the Iowa Wrestling Hall-of-Fame Saturday during the I-W-C-O-A banquet in Des Moines.  Smalley, who is still actively coaching middle school wrestlers at Le Mars, coached the Bulldogs varsity teams for 26 years through the 2011-2012 season.   Several Le Mars athletes qualified for the State Tournament through Smalley's tenure at Le Mars with 171# Matt De Rocher his only State champion in 1995.  But there were two second place finishers -- 119# David Brown in 1997 and heavyweight Seth Fischer in the 1998 State Tournament.  His 1996-97 and 1997-98 teams qualified for the State Dual Team Tournament in Cedar Rapids.


(college football)

(12) Iowa was idle
(2) Baylor 45, Iowa State 27
Northwestern (Ill.) 30, Nebraska 28
U-N-I 10, South Dakota State 7
U-S-D 40, Missouri State 10
Morningside 79, Briar Cliff 7
Dakota Wesleyan 27, Northwestern (Ia.) 17
Dordt 24, Midland Lutheran 17
Wayne State 20, Concordia-St. Paul 17
Dubuque 44, Buena Vista 13

Top 25
( 1) Ohio State 49, Rutgers 7
Southern California 42, ( 3) Utah 24
( 5) LSU 48, Western Kentucky 20
( 6) Clemson 58, Miami (FL) 0
( 7) Michigan State 52, Indiana 26
( 8) Alabama 19, Tennessee 14
Georgia Tech 22, ( 9) Florida State 16
(10) Stanford 31 Washington 14
(14) Oklahoma State 58, Kansas 10
(24) Mississippi 23, (15) Texas A&M 3
(17) Oklahoma 63, Texas Tech 27
(19) Toledo 51, Massachusetts 35
(21) Houston 59, Central Florida 10
(23) Duke 45, Virginia Tech 43, 4 OT
(25) Pittsburgh 23, Syracuse 20

(N-H-L hockey)

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



(N-F-L football)

Jacksonville 34, Buffalo 31
Atlanta 10, Tennessee 7
Kansas City 23, Pittsburgh 13
St. Louis 24, Cleveland 6
Washington 31, Tampa Bay 30
Minnesota 28, Detroit 19
Miami 44, Houston 26
New Orleans 27, Indianapolis 21
New England 30, N.Y. Jets 23
Oakland 37, San Diego 29
N.Y. Giants 27, Dallas 20
Carolina 27, Philadelphia 16

Open: Chicago, Cincinnati, Denver, Green Bay

(N-H-L hockey)

Winnipeg 5, Minnesota 4
N.Y. Rangers 4, Calgary 1
Los Angeles 3, Edmonton 2


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