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KLEM Local Schedule (week of November 4)



(volleyball tournaments)

(region 1)
#12-Unity Christian def. Sheldon 3-0

(region 1)
#1-Sergeant Bluff-Luton def. Carroll 3-0

(N-F-L football)

Dallas 37, N.Y. Giants 18

EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. (AP) – Dak Prescott threw two of his three touchdown passes in the fourth quarter as the Dallas Cowboys turned an early 12-3 deficit into a 37-18 rout of the New York Giants. Ezekiel Elliott ran for 139 yards to help the Cowboys stay atop the NFC East at 5-3. Rookie quarterback Daniel Jones was 26 of 41 for 210 yards, one touchdown and one interception as the 2-7 Giants absorbed their fifth straight loss.




(volleyball tournaments)

LE MARS — No. 4 Gehlen Catholic had to rally from a 2-1 deficit to beat No. 12 Newell-Fonda in five sets Tuesday night at the Le Mars Community competition gym to claim the region 1, Class 1A volleyball championship.  The victory earned the Lady Jays their 12th overall State tournament appearance and their 10th in the last 11 seasons under coach Mike Meyer.  The scores were 13-25, 25-18, 18-25, 25-15, 15-7.

(region 1)
#4-Gehlen Catholic (25-7) def. #12-Newell-Fonda (26-11) 3-2.  (13-25, 25-18, 18-25, 25-15, 15-7)

Lady Jays statistical leaders:  KILLS- Sydney Livermore (14), Miyah Whitehead (11), Rylee Schnepf (9) & Alyssa Kolbeck (7).   ASSISTS-  Josie Kolbeck & Sydney Livermore (24 each).  BLOCKS- several with 1 block.  DIGS- Chloe Bunkers (23), Alyssa Kolbeck (16) & Abby Ruhland (13).  SERVING- Sydney Livermore (17-18/ 2 aces), Chloe Bunkers (18-18/ 2 aces), Alyssa Kolbeck (18-18/ 2 aces) & Ryle Schnepf (18-18, 0 aces).

1A STATE TOURNAMENT PAIRINGS:  Wednesday, November13th quarterfinals — 6:00– #1-Sidney vs. Springville .. #2-Council Bluffs St. Albert vs. #8-Holy Trinity Catholic .. 8:00#4-Gehlen Catholic (25-7) vs. #5-North Tama (26-6) (on KLEM)  ..  #3-Janesville vs. #6-Wapsie Valley  .. semifinals at 6 pm Thursday, November 14th and the 1A championship will be at 7 pm Friday, November 15th.

(region 1)
#1-Western Christian def. #9-Boyden-Hull 3-0





DALLAS (AP) – Luka Doncic scored 27 points and Dallas drew two charges on Aaron Gordon in the final minute of the fourth quarter, helping the Mavericks hang on for a 107-106 victory over the Orlando Magic. Trying to protect a one-point lead, the Mavericks had two of their 17 turnovers on consecutive possessions before each of the fouls on Gordon. Nikola Vucevic was off target on a 3-pointer at the buzzer after two missed free throws by Seth Curry.

HOUSTON (AP) – James Harden had 36 points and 13 assists and the Houston Rockets routed Golden State 129-112 Wednesday night, sending the short-handed Warriors to their sixth loss in eight games this season. Russell Westbrook had 18 points, eight rebounds and six assists. P.J. Tucker had 22 points and 11 rebounds, Clint Capela added 19 points and 16 rebounds, and Austin Rivers was 4 for 4 from 3 with 12 points.

LOS ANGELES (AP) – Kawhi Leonard isn’t healthy three weeks into the season, according to the NBA, which says that as a result the Los Angeles Clippers can rest their new superstar. He was on the bench against the visiting Milwaukee Bucks for a national TV game Wednesday night, the first half of a back-to-back for the Clippers. They host Portland on Thursday night, and coach Doc Rivers said Leonard would play.

EDMONTON, Alberta (AP) – The St. Louis Blues acquired forward Jacob de la Rose from the Detroit Red Wings Wednesday night in exchange for forward Robby Fabbri. The 24-year-old de la Rose had a goal and three assists in 16 games for the Red Wings this season.

NEW YORK (AP) – Two days into the free agent market, the players’ association already is angry at a club. Union head Tony Clark issued a statement in response to remarks attributed to Atlanta Braves general manager Alex Anthopoulos during a conference call with media. Anthopoulos mentioned “connecting” with other clubs to find out what their plans for free agency might be, and the union characterized his remarks as evidence of prohibited collusion. The union says it’s investigating the matter.




(N-F-L football)

Oakland 26, L.A. Chargers 24

OAKLAND, Calif. (AP) – The Oakland Raiders are 5-4 after Josh Jacobs ran for a go-ahead, 18-yard touchdown with 1:02 left in a 26-24 victory over the Los Angeles Chargers. Jacobs’ scoring burst capped a 75-yard drive after Philip Rivers threw a 6-yard pass to Austin Ekeler that gave the Chargers a 24-20 lead with 4:02 remaining. Melvin Gordon had 22 carries for 108 yards and a TD that put the 4-6 Chargers up 14-10 in the second quarter.




(high school football playoffs – quarterfinals)

REMSEN — Jeremy Koenck capped a nine play, 65-yard drive with a three yard run late in the third quarter to break a 20-20 tie and Jaxon Bunkers tossed a 34-yard TD-pass to Damon Brownmiller with 10:29 to play in the game as No. 3 Remsen St. Mary’s clipped No. 8 Fremont-Mills 34-20 Friday night in the quarterfinal round of the eight-man football playoffs.  Bunkers scored the first touchdown of the night on a three yard run to end a 12-play, 58 yard drive for a 6-0 lead midway through the first quarter.  The Knights quickly answered two plays after the kickoff on a 53-yard run by Seth Malcom for a 6-6 tie.  Skylar Waldschmitt blocked a punt into the end zone for a safety with five minutes to play in the first half for an 8-6 St. Mary’s lead and Waldschmitt extended the lead to 14-6 with a 40-yard run on the first play after the free kick.  Austin Jensen grabbed a 22-yard TD-pass from Bunkers with 54-seconds to go in the first half for a 20-6 lead at the break.  Fremont-Mills needed turnovers from their defense to get back in the game after halftime and they got just that as the Hawks fumbled on the first play of the third quarter, setting up a one yard run by Seth Malcom to trim the St. Mary’s lead to 20-12.  Colton Hauschild intercepted a Bunkers pass and returned it to the Hawks 21 yard line to end St. Mary’s second possession of the third quarter, setting up a Malcom-to-Cooper Langfelt 21-yard TD-pass to close the gap to 20-18 with 6:10 to play in the third stanza.  A two-point conversion run by the quarterback Hauschild tied the game at 20-all.  The rest of the night belonged to St. Mary’s who scored on back-to-back drives midway through the second half.  Jeremy Koenck’s interception at the Hawks 20 yard line with two minutes to play sealed the outcome.  Remsen St. Mary’s (11-0) travels to the UNI-Dome in Cedar Falls next Thursday for a semifinal game against No. 4 Audubon (11-1) at 12-noon.  The Hawks opened the season with a 26-25 come-from-behind win over the Wheelers.  Next Thursday’s game will be carried on KLEM.

#4-Audubon (11-1) 40,. #9-CAM, Anita (8-3) 32
#3-Remsen St. Mary’s (11-0) 34, #8-Fremont-Mills (7-2) 20
#2-Turkey Valley (11-0) 64, H-L-V (8-3) 14
#1-Don Bosco (11-0) 67, #6-Easton Valley (9-2) 28

semifinals Thursday, Nov. 14:  #1-Don Bosco vs. #2-Turkey Valley at 9 am followed by #3-Remsen St. Mary’s vs. #4-Audubon at 12-noon

#1-West Hancock (11-0) 43, #10-South O’Brien (9-2) 0
#7-Woodbury Central (10-1) 34, #3-North Tama (10-1) 23
#5-Grundy Center (10-1) 35, #3-MFL, MarMac (10-1) 20
#2-Saint Ansgar (11-0) 36, #6-Earlham (9-2) 0

semifinals  Friday, Nov. 15:  #2-Saint Ansgar vs. #5-Grundy Center at 10 am followed by #1-West Hancock vs. #7-Woodbury Central at 1 pm

#2-Van Meter (11-0) 10, #6-South Central Calhoun (10-1) 6
#4-West Lyon (10-1) 36, #1-Dike-New Hartford (10-1) 14
Iowa City Regina (9-2) 30 #4-West Branch (10-1) 20
#3-West Sioux (10-1) 41, #7-Treynor (10-1) 24

semifinals Saturday, Nov. 16:  #2-Van Meter vs. Iowa City Regina at 10 am followed by #3-West Sioux vs. #4-West Lyon at 1 pm

#1-Waukon (11-0) 32, West Liberty (7-4) 12
#3-Algona (11-0) 48, #6-Greene County (9-2) 15
Williamsburg (8-3) 35, #2-Clear Lake (10-1) 21
#4-OA-BCIG (11-0) 48, PCM, Monroe (8-3) 20

semifinals Saturday, Nov. 16:  #3-Algona vs. #4-OA-BCIG at 4 pm followed by #1-Waukon vs. Williamsburg at 7 pm

#2-Solon (11-0) 24, Pella (8-3) 0
#7-Sergeant Bluff-Luton (10-1) 54, #8-Norwalk (9-2) 28
#1-Epworth, Western Dubuque (11-0) 29, #5-North Scott (9-2) 7
#4-Lewis Central (10-1) 12, Dallas Center-Grimes (9-2) 0

semifinals Thursday, Nov. 14:  #1-Epworth, Western Dubuque vs. #4-Lewis Central at 5:30 followed by #2-Solon vs. #7-Sergeant Bluff-Luton at 8:30

#1-West Des Moines Valley (11-0) 26, #8-Waukee (7-4) 10
#5-Cedar Rapids Kennedy (10-1) 27, Urbandale (7-4) 13
#7-Bettendorf (9-2) 24, #2-Cedar Falls (10-1) 14
#3-Dowling Catholic (10-1) 42, #9-Ankeny (7-4) 14

semifinals Friday, Nov. 15:  #1-West Des Moines Valley vs. #7-Bettendorf at 4 pm followed by #3-Dowling Catholic vs. #5-Cedar Rapids Kennedy at 7 pm

(college basketball)

Top 10 results:
(2) Kenticky 91, Eastern Kentucky 49
(3) Kansas 74, North Carolina-Greensboro 62
(4) Duke 89, Colorado State 55
(9) North Carolina 78, North Carolina-Wilmington 62

(M) Northwestern 107, Ozark Christian 60  —  former Bulldog, Trent Hilbrands (16 pts.) and former Hinton Blackhawk, Jay Small (15 pts.) for NW

(M) Morningside 93, Benedictine 63  —  former Bulldogs, Tyler Borchers (8 pts.) and Will Pottebaum (7 pts.) for Morn.




(college football)

(16) Wisconsin 24, (18) Iowa 22
(9) Oklahoma 42, Iowa State 41
Nebraska was idle

MADISON, Wis. (AP) — Jonathan Taylor rushed for a season-high 250 yards and Danny Davis ran for a touchdown and caught another as No. 16 Wisconsin outlasted No. 18 Iowa 24-22. Wisconsin stopped Iowa quarterback Nate Stanley short of the goal line on a potential game-tying two-point conversion attempt with 3:12 remaining.

NORMAN, Okla. (AP) — Parnell Motley intercepted Brock Purdy’s two-point conversion pass with 24 seconds left and No. 9 Oklahoma held off Iowa State 42-41. Iowa State coach Matt Campbell went for the victory on the two-point try after Charlie Kolar caught a 13-yard touchdown pass to pull the Cyclones _ down 42-21 in the second half — within one.

AP Top 10 Games:

TUSCALOOSA, Ala. (AP) — Joe Burrow passed for 393 yards and three touchdowns and No. 1 LSU snapped an eight-game losing streak to No. 2 Alabama with a 46-41 victory. The Tigers are no longer second fiddle in the SEC West, or maybe in the playoff rankings.

COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — Even without suspended defensive star Chase Young, surging No. 3 Ohio State routed Maryland 73-14. Young, the pass-rushing specialist, was held out while the university investigates whether a loan he received last year was proper. It hardly mattered. The Buckeyes, No. 1 in the College Football Playoff rankings, ran out to a 42-0 halftime lead and cruised from there. Quarterback Justin Fields threw three touchdown passes and ran for another score.

MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — Minnesota’s Jordan Howden picked off Sean Clifford in the end zone with 1:01 left for the third interception of the game thrown by Penn State’s quarterback, and the 13th-ranked Gophers held on for a 31-26 victory over the fifth-ranked Nittany Lions for their first win over a top-five team in 20 years. Tanner Morgan passed for 339 yards and three touchdowns to direct a dismantling of Penn State’s staunch defense, as Minnesota remained undefeated.

(1) L-S-U 46, (2) Alabama 41
(3) Ohio State 73, Maryland 14
(4) Clemson 55, North Carolina State 10
(13) Minnesota 31, (5) Penn State 26
(6) Georgia 27, Missouri 0
(10) Florida 56, Vanderbilt 0

G-P-A-C Games:
Morningside 52, Concordia (NE.) 7
Dordt 43, Briar Cliff 7
Northwestern 44, Hastings 17

(college basketball)

Top 10 results:
(7) Maryland 73, Rhode Island 55
(8) Gonzaga 110, Arkansas-Pine Bluff 60

(M) Northwestern 69, Vitterbo 60  — former Bulldog, Trent Hilbrands (16 pts.) and former Hinton Blackhawk, Jay Small (8 pts.) for NW

(M) Morningside 75, Missouri Valley State 58  — former Bulldogs, Tyler Borchers (18 pts./8 reb.) and Will Pottebaum (0 pts.) for Morn.

(college volleyball)

GPAC TOURNAMENT QUARTERFINALS — College of Mary def. (1) Northwestern (28-1) 3-1  —  former Lady Jay, Katie Peters (6 kills, 7 digs, & 2 blocks) for NW   ..   University of Jamestown def. Morningside (16-11) 3-0 — former Lady Bulldog, Krista Zenk (6 kills, 7 digs & 1 block) for Morn.




SUNDAY RESULTS – November 10

(N-F-L football)

Chicago 20, Detroit 13
Baltimore 49, Cincinnati 13
Cleveland 19, Buffalo 16
Tennessee 35, Kansas City 32
Atlanta 26, New Orleans 9
N.Y. Jets 34, N.Y. Giants 27
Tampa Bay 30, Arizona 27
Miami 16, Indianapolis 12
Green Bay 24, Carolina 16
Pittsburgh 17, L.A. Rams 12
Minnesota 28, Dallas 24

Monday:  Seattle at San Francisco

(college basketball)

Top-25 results:
(1) Michigan State 100, Binghamton 47
(5) Louisville 78 Youngstown State 55
Florida State 63, (6) Florida 51