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KLEM Local Schedule (week of October 19)



(high school volleyball tournaments)

CLASS 1A REGIONALS – first round
(region 1)
George-Little Rock def. Trinity Christian 3-1
Akron-Westfield (12-7) def. Remsen St. Mary’s (13-13) 3-0
Hartley-Melvin-Sanborn def. Harris-Lake Park 3-1
MMCRU (20-5) def. Woodbury Central 3-0
Kingsley-Pierson (20-10) def. River Valley 3-0
Westwood def. West Harrison 3-0
Siouxland Christian def. Whiting 3-0

CLASS 2A REGIONALS – first round
(region 1)
Central Lyon def. Sibley-Ocheyedan 3-0
Pocahontas Area def. North Union 3-1

(region 2)
Rock Valley def. West Sioux 3-0
Missouri Valley def. West Monona 3-0

CLASS 3A REGIONALS – quarterfinals
(region 1)
#4-Unity Christian def. Okoboji 3-0
Spirit Lake def. Estherville/L-C 3-0
#14-Sioux Center def. West Lyon 3-1
Sheldon def. Cherokee Washington 3-2

(region 2)
#6-M-O-C/Floyd Valley def. Bishop Heelan 3-0
#11-Kuemper Catholic def. OA-BCIG 3-0
#10-Humboldt def. Algona 3-0
Greene County def. Southeast Valley 3-2

(N-F-L football)

Kansas City 26, Buffalo 17
Arizona 38, Dallas 10




(high school volleyball tournaments)

(region 1)
Spencer def. Le Mars (10-15) 3-1  (25-16, 25-19, 22-25, 25-20)  —  Lady Bulldogs statistical leaders:  KILLS- Pypr Stoeffler (17), Kylie Dreckman (15), Kelsey Feuerhelm (7) and Taylor Mackey (6).  ASSISTS- Payton Wright (40).  BLOCKS- Kelsey Feuerhelm 1.  DIGS:  Morgan Marienau (24), Pypr Stoeffler (18), Sarah Brown (16) and Payton Wright (11) .  SERVES:  Pypr Stoeffler (20-20/6 aces), Sarah Brown (14-15), Karlee Schiff (13-13), Kylie Dreckman (11-12), Payton Wright (11-11) and Morgan Marienau (10-10).

Denison-Schleswig def. Storm Lake 3-0

(region 1)
Sioux City North def. Sioux City West 3-0

(major league baseball)

WORLD SERIES at Arlington, Texas
L-A Dodgers 8, Tampa Bay 3  (Dodgers lead series, 1-0)

ARLINGTON — Clayton Kershaw allowed just two hits and struck out eight while turning six solid innings to pitch the Los Angeles Dodgers to an 8-3 Game 1 World Series victory over the Tampa Bay Rays.  Cody Bellinger and Mookie Betts backed Kershaw with home runs. Kevin Kiermeier homered for the Rays.  Game 2 will be Wednesday night in Arlington.




(cross country)


The Le Mars boys qualified for their first State team meet since 2009 Wednesday afternoon at the 3A Districts in Spencer.

(boys results)  TEAM QUALIFIERS:  (top 3)  1. North Polk (56)  ..  2. (#10)Le Mars (82)  ..  3. M-O-C/Floyd Valley (99).  INDIVIDUAL CHAMPION:  Quinton Orr of Humboldt (15:27.92).  Le Mars results:  10th-Kaden Wingert (16:49.25), 11th-Jason Sudtelgte (16:49.25), 14th-Jackson Sudtelgte (17:02.53), 21st-Luke Feuerhelm (17:16.68), 26th-Juan Sanchez (17:30.96), 32nd-Michael Meis (17:49.58), 33rd-Blake Dirksen (17:50.95).

(girls results)  TEAM QUALIFIERS:   (top 3)  1. Bishop Heelan (49)  ..  2. Harlan (68)  ..  3. Spencer (89).  (Le Mars finished 11th out of 13 teams).  INDIVIDUAL CHAMPION:  Emily Haverdink of M-O-C/Floyd Valley (19:27.28).  Le Mars results:  54th-Caroline Meis (22:18.88), 61st-Kylee Britt (22:33.35), 66th-Lilly McNaughton (22:39.64), 78th-Katie Cunningham (24:57.03), 79th-Abigail Tilberg (25:00.17), 81st-Claire Blezek (25:04.26) and 84th-Sophie Bixenman (25:37.02).

(high school volleyball tournaments)

(region 1)
#3-Gehlen Catholic (22-5) def. George-Little Rock 3-0  (25-14, 25-5, 25-8)    —  Lady Jays statistical leaders:  KILLS- Larissa Sitzmann (12), Rachel Langel (11), Miyah Whitehead (8), and Lauren Heying (7).  ASSISTS- Cadence Goebel (36).  BLOCKS- Lauren Heying (3) and Rachel Langel (2).  DIGS- Alyssa Kolbeck (12), Abby Ruhland (10), and Jasmine Lubben & Tiffany Woerdehoff (7 each).  SERVING- Abby Ruhland (22-24/4 aces), Miyah Whitehead (12-14/3 aces), Rylee Schnepf (13-13/1 ace), and Jasmine Lubben (10-10/3 aces).

Akron-Westfield (13-7) def. Hartley-Melvin-Sanborn 3-0
MMCRU (21-5) def. Kingsley-Pierson (20-11) 3-2
Westwood (18-8) def. Siouxland Christian 3-1

(region 1)
#1-Western Christian def. Central Lyon 3-0
South O’Brien def. Sioux Central 3-1
Emmetsburg def. Pocahontas Area 3-1
South Central Calhoun def. Manson-NW Webster 3-0

(region 2)
#4-Boyden-Hull def. Rock Valley 3-0
Hinton (9-13) def. Alta-Aurelia 3-0
Missouri Valley def. Schaller-Crestland 3-1
Lawton-Bronson def. MVAOCOU 3-0

(region 1)
#5-Unity Christian def. Spirit Lake 3-1
Sheldon def. #14-Sioux Center 3-1

(region 2)
#6-M-O-C/Floyd Valley def. #11-Kuemper Catholic 3-0
#10-Humboldt def. Greene County 3-0

(major league baseball)

WORLD SERIES at Arlington, Texas
Tampa Bay 6,  L-A Dodgers 4  (series tied, 1-1)

  ARLINGTON, Texas — Brandon Lowe belted a pair of homers and drove in three runs to lead Tampa Bay to a 6-4 Game 2 victory over the Dodgers Wednesday.  The World Series is tied at one win each heading into Friday’s Game 3.




(high school cross country districts)

1A District coed meet at Holstein  (top two teams and top ten runners qualify for State)

(girls results)  TEAM QUALIFIERS:  1. Fort Dodge St. Edmond  ..  2. Manson-NW Webster.  INDIVIDUAL CHAMPION:  Maddie Moline of Manson-NW Webster (20:34.10).  Gehlen Catholic finished 7th out of 11 teams.  Lady Jays results:  24th-Kailey Sitzmann (23:27.30), 40th-Patricia Sitzmann (24:44.70), 42nd-Addison Arens (24:59.50), 44th-Kendal Hamerlinck (25:19.10), 61st-Sera Chung (26:47.00), 69th-Hannah Zubrod (29:27.20) and 78th-Mai Tran (32:46.20).  Hinton results:  25th-Maryn Frein (23:32.40), 26th-Kaci Allen (23:32.60) and 76th-Kayana Kunkel (31:18.50).  Remsen St. Mary’s results:  43rd-Maria Russell (25:16.80) and 48th-McKenna Loutsch (25:40.10).  MMCRU results:  68th-Alyson Ball (29:08.60).

(boys results)  TEAM QUALIFIERS:  1. Fort Dodge St. Edmond  ..  2. Siouxland Christian.  INDIVIDUAL CHAMPION:  Eric Brannon of Siouxland Christian (17:49.30).  Gehlen Catholic finished 8th and MMCRU 10th out of a 15-team field.  Jays results:  13th-Carver Ruhland (19:02.90), 18th-Nathan Nemmers (19:25.70), 49th-Felix Wu (21:12.40), 74th-Brian Schmit (22:59.40) and 86th-Filip Forys (24:46.80).  MMCRU results:  20th-Kaden Galles (19:35.00), 32nd-Gunnar Grage (20:22.20), 37th-Owen Alesch (20:44.90), 62nd Preston Astidias (22:02.70) and 92nd-Mason Peters (26:03.70).  Hinton results:  41st-Dylan Devries (20:52.60), 46th-Will Schindler (21:05.00), 52nd-Zach Sypersma (21:14.40) and 83rd-Garrett Moran (24:13.00).

2A District coed meet at Orange City

(girls results)  TEAM QUALIFIERS:  1. Cherokee  ..  2. Unity Christian.  INDIVIDUAL CHAMPION:  Kyrstin Agnitsch of Cherokee (20:13.3).  Woodbury Central/Kingsley-Pierson finished 4th.
WC/KP results:  4th-Erika Kuntz (20:50.3) (State qualifier), 12th-Sarahy Hamman (21:37.3), 16th-Sarah Putze (21:48.5), 20th-Mary Putze (22:12.0), 24th-Kalyn Cameron (22:35.0), 26th-Hanna Rogers (22:37.2) and 35th-Lillian Ofert (23:12.8)

(boys results) TEAM QUALIFIERS:  1. Western Christian  ..  2. George-Little Rock.  INDIVIDUAL CHAMPION:  Brendan Cain of Sheldon (16:43.20).  Woodbury Central/Kingsley-Pierson results:  40th-Tristan Jessen (19:42.2), 68th-Carson Seuntjens (21:53.7), 69th-Marshall Benson (21:54.9) and 88th-Caden Colbert (23:54.5).  (Collin Verschoor – DQ)

 (highs school volleyball tournaments)

CLASS 4A REGIONAL SEMIFINALS (all matches start at 7 pm)
(region 1)
#6-Sergeant Bluff-Luton def. Spencer 3-0
#13-Carroll def. Denison-Schleswig 3-0

CLASS 5A REGIONAL SEMIFINALS (all matches start at 7 pm)
(region 1)
#1-Dowling Catholic def. Council Bluffs T-J 3-0
#10-Sioux City East def. Sioux City North 3-1

(N-F-L football)

Philadelphia 22, N-Y Giants 21




(high school football playoffs – 2nd round)

HARTLEY — Kooper Ebel and Keaton Graves scored three touchdowns apiece as Hartley-Melvin-Sanborn rolled over Gehlen Catholic 38-6 Friday night in the second round of the Class A football playoffs at Hartley.  Graves and Ebel each capped short drives with scores for a 14-0 lead early in the second quarter.  But the Jays sliced the deficit to 14-6 with 1:35 to play in the first half on an 83-yard touchdown pass from Conner Kraft to Ryan Livermore.  The mistake prone Jays allowed the Hawks to navigate 68 yards for a touchdown fueled by a 15-yard facemask penalty after an 18-yard run by Kooper Ebel.  Ebel scored on a five -yard run with 1.3 seconds to play in the half for a 20-6 lead.  The second half was all H-M-S!  A blocked punt led to a ten-yard drive to begin the second half scoring and then the Hawks worked two more short fields (38 and 28 yards) for two other TDs after halftime.  Ebel finished with 178 yards on 27 carries for Hartley-Melvin-Sanborn.  Livermore caught six passes for 118 yards for the Jays.  The Hawks take a six-game winning streak and a 7-2 record into round three next Friday.  Gehlen’s season ends at 3-5.

REMSEN — Second-ranked Remsen St. Mary’s started fast Friday night, leading 36-6 after a quarter and 57-6 by halftime and the Hawks pummeled West Harrison 71-6 to advance to the third round of the eight-man playoffs.  St. Mary’s improved to 8-0 and will host Harris-Lake Park next Friday at 7 pm.  The Hawks beat Harris-Lake Park 52-0 in week two of the regular season.  The Wolves are 6-2 after a 55-32 win over No. 6 Coon Rapids-Bayard Friday.

  NEWELL — Ninth-ranked Newell-Fonda sent Kingsley-Pierson to the sidelines of the eight-man playoffs Friday night with a 20-0 victory at Newell.  The Mustangs scored 13 points in the second quarter and added their final score in the third period.  The Panthers end the season at 4-5.  Newell-Fonda improves to 8-1 and plays at No. 3 Audubon next Friday in the third round.

#2-Remsen St. Mary’s (8-0) 71, West Harrison 6
#9-Newell-Fonda 20, Kingsley-Pierson (4-5) 0
Harris-Lake Park 55, #6-Coon Rapids-Bayard 32

Hartley-Melvin-Sanborn 38, Gehlen Catholic (3-5) 6
South O’Brien 8, Ridge View 6
Council Bluffs St. Albert 31, Woodbury Central 0
Riverside, Oakland 26, Lawton-Bronson 24

West Sioux 41, Sibley-Ocheyedan 0
#9-Emmetsburg 42, Kuemper Catholic 14
Western Christian 48, Treynor 15

#2-Central Lyon/GLR 34, Unity Christian 27
#4-West Lyon 16, Sioux Center 14
Spirit Lake 40, Clear Lake 0
#8-Estherville/L-C 36, Algona 20

Sergeant Bluff-Luton 44, Denison-Schleswig 14
Spencer 42, Humboldt 35
Boyden-Hull/Rock Valley 42, Storm Lake 0

Ankeny Centennial 55, #9-Sioux City East 14
#3-Dowling Catholic 65, Sioux City North 11

(college football)

(14) Wisconsin 45, Illinois 7

(major league baseball)

WORLD SERIES at Arlington, Texas
L-A Dodgers 6, Tampa Bay 2  (Dodgers lead series, 2-1)

ARLINGTON, Texas —Justin Turner hit a solo home run in the first inning and added a two-run double later in the game to lead the Los Angeles Dodgers to a 6-2 win over Tampa  Bay and a 2-1 lead in the World Series Friday night.  Turner now has 11 career postseason homers to tie Duke Snider for the franchise lead.




(college football)

Purdue 24, Iowa (0-1) 20

WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. — Sophomore receiver David Bell caught three touchdown passes, including the game winner, to guide Purdue to a 24-20 victory over Iowa Saturday at Rossaide Stadium. Bell hauled in 13 passes for 121 yards. His 6-yard TD grab from Aidan O’Connell with 2:15 remaining in the final quarter rallied Purdue. The Boilermakers trailed 20-14 before scoring the final ten points of the game.  Spencer Petras, completed 22 of 39 passes for 265 yards for Iowa in his first start, replacing the graduated Nate Stanley.

STILLWATER, Okla.  — Spencer Sanders passed for 235 yards and ran for another 71 yards, to lead No. 6 Oklahoma State to a 24-21 Big 12 Conference victory over No. 17 Iowa State Saturday in Stillwater. Iowa State, which saw their three-game winning streak come to an end, got a career-high 185 yards rushing from Breece Hall.

Top 10 games:
(1) Clemson 47, Syracuse 21
(2) Alabama 48, Tennessee 17
(3) Notre Dame 45, Pittsburgh 3
(5) Ohio State 52, Nebraska 17
(6) Oklahoma State 24, (17) Iowa State (3-2) 21
Indiana 36, (8) Penn State 35, overtime

Morningside 56, Dakota Wesleyan 21
Northwestern 35, Doane 14
Dordt 41, Concordia (NE) 14
Briar Cliff 27, Hastings 18

(college basketball)

(M) Bellevue (NE) 82, Briar Cliff 79

(college volleyball)

Concordia def. Morningside 26-24, 25-15, 25-16.  Former Le Mars Lady Bulldog, Krista Zenk, had 6 kills and 4 digs for Morningside.

(major league baseball)

WORLD SERIES at Arlington, Texas
Tampa Bay 8, L-A Dodgers 7  (series tied, 2-2)

  ARLINGTON, Texas — Two errors on the same play allowed two runs to score in the bottom of the ninth inning Saturday night to rally the Tampa Bay Rays toa wild 8-7, walk-off World Series victory over the Los Angeles Dodgers.  The victory ties the series at two wins each.  The winning play started with center fielder Chris Taylor mis-playing a single by Brett Phillips to allow the tying run to score and then catcher Will Smith failed to handle the throw to the plate, allowing Randy Arozarena to score the winning run.  The game featured six home runs and several lead changes.





WORLD SERIES at Arlington, Texas
L-A Dodgers 4, Tampa Bay 2  (Dodgers lead series, 3-2)

ARLINGTON,Texas — Clayton Kershaw allowed five hits through 5 2/3 inning and Joc Pederson and Max Muncy homered to lead the L-A Dodgers to a 4-2 Game 5 victory over Tampa Bay Sunday night to take a 3-2 World Series.

(N-F-L football)

Detroit 23, Atlanta 22
Cleveland 37, Cincinnati 34
Pittsburgh 27, Tennessee 24
New Orleans 27, Carolina 24
Buffalo 18, N-Y Jets 10
Washington 25, Dallas 3
Green Bay 35, Houston 20
Tampa Bay 45, Las Vegas 20
Kansas City 43, Denver 16
San Francisco 33, New England 6
L-A Chargers 39, Jacksonville 29
Arizona 37, Seattle 34, overtime

Monday: Chicago at L-A Rams