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KLEM Local Schedule (week of November 23)

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MONDAY RESULTS – November 23

(high school basketball)

LE MARS — Spencer spoiled the head coaching debut of Cody Dyhrkopp Monday night, handing the Le Mars Lady Bulldogs a 62-41 thumping on opening night of the girls basketball season at the Bulldogs Competition gym.  The Tigers trailed only briefly at 2-1 in the opening minute of the game and led by 13 at halftime and quickly built the advantage a 22-point lead by late in the third quarter.  Le Mars narrowed the deficit to 14 early in the fourth quarter before Spencer built the lead back to 20 by midway through the final period.  Shaniah Temple had 20 points for Le Mars to lead all scorers with Kylie Dreckman adding 12.  Jada Piercy had 16 for the Tigers.  The Lady Bulldogs travel to Unity Christian for a girl/boy doubleheader on Tuesday, December 1st.

(G) Spencer 62, Le Mars (0-1) 41

(G) Kingsley-Pierson 51, West Sioux 42
(G) Hinton 74, Siouxland Christian 37
(G) Cherokee Washington 73, Sioux City West 45
(G) Sioux Central 62, Spirit Lake 45
(G) Western Christian 72, Woodbury Central 65

(bowling)

(G) Le Mars (1-0) 2271, Spencer/Sioux Central 1426  — HIGH SERIES:  Kaitelin Konz (394).  HIGH GAME:  Kaitelin Konz (206).  Le Mars scores:  Katielin Konz (188-206=394), Emily Peters (136-170=306), Trinity Brunsting (125-157=282), Hope Westhoff (138-125=263), Sam Otto (114-125=239) and Kylie DeVall (113-101=214).

(B) Le Mars (1-0) 2677, Spencer/Sioux Central 2094  —  HIGH SERIES:  Caden Wurth (418).  HIGH GAME:  Zach Dempster (234).  Le Mars scores:  Caden Wurth (201-217=418), Zach Dempster (154-234=388), Taye Hassman (210-152=362), Isaac Thompson (139-202=341), Brody Vanderloo (179-160=339), and Tyler Sundt (131-171=302).

(college football)

Northwestern 49, Jamestown 0

(N-F-L football)

L-A Rams 27, Tampa Bay 24

 

 

TUESDAY RESULTS – November 24

(high school basketball)

(G) Unity Christian 69, Gehlen Catholic (0-1) 36

ORANGE CITY — No. 7 (3A) Unity Christian poured in 32 points in the third quarter Tuesday night to turn a 14-point halftime lead into a 35-point advantage going into the fourth quarter and the Knights coasted to a 69-36 victory over Gehlen Catholic.  The Lady Jays ran off nine straight points, led by Rachel Langel’s five, to whittle a 13-point deficit to four with 5:28 to play in the second quarter.  But Unity closed the half on an 11-1 run and were never seriously challenged again, leading by as many as 36 points in the second half.  Janie Schoonhoven led all scorers with 21 points while her sister Gracie added 19.  Rachel Langel and Miyah Whitehead had seven each for the Lady Jays with Jayden Barthole adding six and Larissa Sitzmann and Alyssa Kolbeck adding five each.  Gehlen hosts Lawton-Bronson Monday night in a girl/boy doubleheader.  You can catch all the action on KLEM.

(G) Woodbury Central 60, Remsen St. Mary’s 54
(G) Sioux Central 65, Hartley-Melvin-Sanborn 41
(G) South O’Brien 58, Alta-Aurelia 46
(G) GTRA 51, Harris-Lake Park 36
(G) Cherokee Washington 84, West Sioux 35
(G) Trinity Christian 28, River Valley 25
(G) Sioux Center 44, M-O-C/Floyd Valley 38
(G) Sheldon 61, Okoboji 46
(G) Sibley-Ocheyedan 59, Boyden-Hull 54
(G) Central Lyon at Rock Valley – ppd.
(G) South Central Calhoun 92, Storm Lake 22
(G) Estherville/L-C 51, NW-Webster 22
(G) Treynor 41, Council Bluffs T-J 12
(G) Council Bluffs A-L at Shenandoah – ppd.

(college basketball)

Morningside 79, Northwestern 77  —  former Le Mars Bulldogs, Will Pottebaum (18 pts.) for Morningside and Trent Hilbrands (13 pts.) for NW and former Hinton Blackhawk, Jay Small (22 pts.) for NW.

 

 

WEDNESDAY RESULTS – November 25

(college basketball)

(5) Iowa 97, North Carolina Central 67

IOWA CITY — Pre-season All-American, Luka Garza, started his senior season with 26 points and ten rebounds, connecting on 11-of-14 field goal attempts, to lead No. 5 Iowa to a 97-67 victory over North Carolina Central Wednesday afternoon at the Carver Hawkeye Arena.  It was the season opener for both schools.  Hawkeye fans had a chance to see all of Fran McCaffery’s team in action.  Patrick McCaffery had 16 points off the bench for Iowa, Keegan Murray added 12 and C.J. Frederick 10.  The Hawkeyes host Southern at 4 pm Friday.

Top 10 Games:
(3) Villanova 76, Boston College 67
(4) Virginia 89, Towson State 54
(5) Iowa 97, North Carolina Central 67
(7) Wisconsin 77, Eastern Illinois 67
(8) Illinois 122, North Carolina A&T 60
(10) Kentucky 81, Moorhead State 45

 

THURSDAY RESULTS – November 26 (Thanksgiving)

(N-F-L football)

Houston 41, Detroit 25
Washington 41, Dallas 16
Baltimore at Pittsburgh – ppd. to Sunday due to Covid 19

(college basketball)

Top 10 games:
(1) Gonzaga 102, (6) Kansas 92
(3) Villanova 83, (18) Arizona State
(8) Illinois 97, Chicago State 38

 

 

FRIDAY RESULTS – November 27

(college football)

(15) Iowa State (7-2) 23, (20) Texas 20

AUSTIN, Texas — Breece Hall scored on a 3-yard run with 1:25 remaining, and No. 15 Iowa State held off a last-minute drive by Sam Ehlinger and No. 20 Texas to remain in first place in the Big 12 with a 23-20 victory Friday afternoon.  After Iowa State sacked Ehlinger on third down, Texas’ Cameron Dicker barely missed left with a 58-yard field goal attempt as time expired.  The Cyclones (7-2, 7-1) have almost locked up a spot in the Big 12 championship game for the first time.  Hall gained 91 yards on 20 carries, his first game under 100 this season, but had 30 on the final 69-yard touchdown drive.  Quarterback Brock Purdy connected on 25-of-36 passes for 312 yards and one touchdown.

Iowa (4-2) 26, Nebraska (1-4) 20

  IOWA CITY — The Iowa defensive lineman Chauncey Golston forced a sack-fumble that Zach VanValkenberg caught for a Hawkeye recovery with 39 seconds to play to seal a 26-20 Big Ten victory Friday afternoon over the Nebraska Cornhuskers.  Keith Duncan’s two fourth quarter field goals of 48 and 37 yards snapped a 20-20 tie after three quarters.  Duncan could have sealed the game with a little less than 1 1/2 minutes to play but his 50-yard attempt hit off the front of the goal posts, giving Adrian Martinez a chance to drive the Huskers for a winning score and end a five-losing streak in the series against Iowa.  The turnover dashed the Huskers hopes.  Iowa has now won four straight to improve to 4-2 while Nebraska falls to 1-4.

Top 10 games:
(2) Notre Dame 31, North Carolina 17
Oregon State 41, (9) Oregon 38

(college basketball)

(5) Iowa 103, Southern 76  —  Luka Garza had 41 points for the Hawkeyes, connecting on 14-15 FGs and 10-12 FTs.  Joe Wieskamp added 16 pts.

Top 10 games:
(1) Gonzaga 90, Auburn 67
San Francisco 61, (4) Virginia 60
(6) Kansas 94, Saint Joseph’s 72
(7) Wisconsin 92, Arkansas-Pine Bluff 58
(8) Illinois 77, Ohio University 75

 

 

SATURDAY RESULTS – November 28

(college football)

Top 10 games:
(1) Alabama 42, (24) Auburn 13
(3) Ohio State at Illinois – cancelled, Covid 19
(4) Clemson 52, Pittsburgh 17
(5) Texas A&M 20, L-S-U 7
(6) Florida 34, Kentucky 10
(7) Cincinnati at Temple – cancelled due to Covid 19

(college basketball)

Top 10 games:
(2) Baylor 112, Louisiana-Lafayette 82
Virginia Tech 81, (3) Villanova 73, overtime
(9) Duke 81, Coppin State 71

 

SUNDAY RESULTS – November 29

(college basketball)

Iowa State 80, Arkansas-Pine Bluff 63

AMES, Iowa – Iowa State (1-0) tallied an 80-63 season-opening victory over the University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff (0-3) on Sunday afternoon at Hilton Coliseum. Cyclone newcomer Jalen Coleman-Lands, a transfer from DePaul, scored a game-high 17 points to lead the way.  In total, seven different Cyclones made their debut in the Cardinal & Gold vs. UAPB. Fellow transfer Tyler Harris joined Coleman-Lands in double figures with 14 points.

Top 10 games:
(2) Baylor 86, Washington 52
Richmond 76, (10) Kentucky 64

(N-F-L football)

Atlanta 43, Las Vegas 6
Buffalo 27, L-A Chargers 17
N-Y Giants 19, Cincinnati 17
Tennessee 45, Indianapolis 26
Minnesota 28, Carolina 27
New England 20, Arizona 17
Miami 20, N-Y Jets 3
Cleveland 27, Jacksonville 25
Baltimore at Pittsburgh – ppd. to Tuesday, December 2
New Orleans 31, Denver 3
San Francisco 23, L-A Rams 20
Kansas City 27, Tampa Bay 24
Green Bay 41, Chicago 25

Monday: Seattle at Philadelphia