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KLEM Local Schedule (week of January 4)

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MONDAY RESULTS – January 4

(bowling)

(G) Le Mars (5-0/3-0) 3009, Sioux City West 1126 — SERIES SCORES:  Sam Schiefen (428), Kaitelin Konz (422), Emily Peters (421), Alyssa Williams (397), and Olivia Schiefen (395).  GAME SCORES:  Kaitelin Konz (251), Sam Schiefen (234, 194), Emily Peters (221, 200), Olivia Schiefen (209, 186), Alyssa Williams (201, 196), and Riayn Hoebelheinrich (193).

(B) Le Mars (4-1/3-0) 3095, Sioux City West 2474 — SERIES SCORES:  Caden Wurth (445), Tyler Sundt (440), Trevor Fischer (408), and Isaac Thompson (391).  GAME SCORES:  Tyler Sundt (280), Caden Wurth (236, 209), Trevor Fischer (227, 181), Isaac Thompson (210, 181).

(high school basketball)

LE MARS — Le Mars opened 2021 with a pair of victories over visiting Sioux Center Monday night, 54-49 in the girls game and 90-51 in the boys game.  The Le Mars girls fell behind 27-18 a minute and a-half into the second half before Maggie Allen rattled off five straight points to drawn the Lady Bulldogs to within 27-23 and a Kylie Dreckman three with six seconds left in the quarter sent Le Mars into the final period, leading 36-33.  Sarah Brown and Madi Huls both drained three-pointers early in the fourth quarter to help open a seven-point lead with 5:40 to play.  Sioux Center closed to with one at 47-46 with :54 to go before Le Mars connected on four-of-five from the free throw line to fend off the Warriors.  Sarah Brown led the scoring for the Lady Bulldogs with 16 and Kylie Dreckman added 12.  Willow Bleeker had a game-high 17 for Sioux Center.  Le Mars has now won three straight and five of the last six to improve to 5-4.

In the boys game, Le Mars hit a sizzling 79% from the floor in the second half and turned a 12-point halftime lead into a 39-point victory, outscoring Sioux Center 52-25 over the final two quarters.  Caleb Dreckman had a career-best 25 to lead the Bulldogs with Spencer Mackey adding 21 and Cal Eckstaine came off the bench for a career-high 13.  Christian Vietor had 17 for the Warriors, who slide to 2-6.  Le Mars improves to 6-3 and will host Sioux City West Friday in a girl/boy doubleheader on KLEM.

(G) Le Mars 54, Sioux Center 49
(B) Le Mars 90, Sioux Center 51

(G) (#4-1A)Kingsley-Pierson 65, Remsen St. Mary’s 53
(B) (#10-1A)Remsen St. Mary’s 72, Kingsley-Pierson 42

(G) Akron-Westfield 53, Lawton-Bronson 39
(B) Lawton-Bronson 70, Akron-Westfield 44

(G) Hinton 51, River Valley 15
(B) River Valley 44, Hinton 34

(G) Spirit Lake 48, Sheldon 32
(B) (#9-2A)Spirit Lake 51, Sheldon 43

(B) West Lyon 49, Central Lyon 45

(G) Sibley-Ocheyedan 60, Trinity Christian 26
(B) Sibley-Ocheyedan 51, Trinity Christian 47

(G) (#14-2A)Underwood 51, Council Bluffs T-J 29
(B) Underwood 58, Council Bluffs T-J 44

(G) Council Bluffs A-L 59, Sioux City North 19

(G) Sioux City East 44, Yankton (S.D.) 31

(G) Westwood 69, Woodbine 39
(B) Westwood 49, Woodbine 45

(N-B-A basketball)

Orlando 103, Cleveland 83
Philadelphia 118, Charlotte 101
New York 113, Atlanta 108
Miami 118, Oklahoma City 90
Boston 126, Toronto 114
Dallas 113, Houston 100
Milwaukee 125, Detroit 115
Indiana 118, New Orleans 116, OT
Golden State 137, Sacramento 106

 

 

TUESDAY RESULTS – January 5

(high school basketball)

LE MARS — Kyra Peters only basket of the night was a game-winning, base-line floater from four feet away at the buzzer that gave Hinton a 60-59 victory over Gehlen Catholic Tuesday night in Le Mars.  Lauren Heying had put the Lady Jays in front 59-58 with a pair of free throws with eight seconds to play before Peters bucket set off a celebration near the free throw line for the Blackhawks.  The game featured surges from both teams.  The Blackhawks opened the second quarter with a 7-0 run and led by ten at halftime.  Gehlen erased that deficit with a a 13-0 start to  the second half and eventually led by nine at the end of the third quarter.  A 9-0 run by Hinton to start the fourth quarter tied the game at 46-all by the five minute mark and the Blackhawks moved in front by eight with 1:13 to play.  Gehlen scored the next eight points and the two were tied 57-all with 17.8 seconds left.  Anna Coffee hit one of two foul shots for a 58-57 Hinton lead with 14.2 seconds left before Heying’s two free throws and Peters bucket brought a dramatic end the non-conference match-up.  Heying ended with a game-high 22 points for Gehlen, Larissa Sitzmann had a career-best 16 and Rachel Langel 10.  Coffee had 20 for Hinton and Aubree Lake 12.  Hinton improves to 5-4 while Gehlen slips to 6-4.  The Gehlen girls host Sioux City North Thursday.

The boys game Tuesday at the Vi Kellen gym was a little less dramatic as No. 8 (1A) Gehlen Catholic rolled over a scrappy Hinton team 75-49 to improve to 9-and-1.  Carter DeRocher led the Jays with 26 points and Keaton Bonderson dropped in 24.  Caleb Holmes had 33 points for Hinton, 26 of those points came after halftime.  Gehlen led by as many as 29 points in the third quarter before the Blackhawks battled back to within 18 with 5:55 to play in the game.  Hinton falls to 4-and-5.

WAR EAGLE CONFERENCE
(G) Hinton 60, Gehlen Catholic 59
(B) (#8-1A)Gehlen Catholic 75, Hinton 49

(B) (#10-1A)Remsen St. Mary’s 50, West Sioux 47

(G) (#5-1A)MMCRU 66, South O’Brien 54
(B) South O’Brien 48, MMCRU 43

(G) Hartley-Melvin-Sanborn 67, Harris-Lake Park 17
(B) Hartley-Melvin-Sanborn 69, Harris-Lake Park 36

(G) West Monona 56, Trinity Christian 21
(B) West Monona 51, Trinity Christian 47

MISSOURI RIVER CONFERENCE
(B) Bishop Heelan 63, South Sioux City (NE.) 54

(G) Dakota Valley 62, Sergeant Bluff-Luton 58
(B) Dakota Valley 88, Sergeant Bluff-Luton 79

(B) Millard North (NE.) 85, (#4-4A)Council Bluffs A-L 78

(B) Yankton (S.D.) 72, (#9-4A)Sioux City East 59

WESTERN VALLEY CONFERENCE
(G) Woodbury Central 61, Siouxland Christian 40
(B) Woodbury Central 63, Siouxland Christian 56

(G) Alta-Aurelia 41, MVAOCOU 40
(B) MVAOCOU 63, Alta-Aurelia 60, OT

(G) (#10-2A)South Central Calhoun 56, OA-BCIG 45
(B) OA-BCIG 70, (#2-2A)South Central Calhoun 49

(G) Sioux Central 52, Ridge View 39
(B) Ridge View 59, Sioux Central 52

SIOUXLAND CONFERENCE
(G) Boyden-Hull 34, M-O-C/Floyd Valley 25
(B) (#1-2A)Boyden-Hull 85, M-O-C/Floyd Valley 57

(G) Sioux Center 53, Okoboji 24
(B) Sioux Center 63, Okoboji 51

(G) (#11-2A)Central Lyon 64, George-Little Rock 33
(B) Central Lyon 64, George-Little Rock 33

(G) Sheldon 52, (#15-2A)Rock Valley 49
(B) Rock Valley 62, Sheldon 28

(G) (#10-3A)West Lyon 45, Sibley-Ocheyedan 42
(B) Sibley-Ocheyedan 49, West Lyon 46

LAKES CONFERENCE
(G) (#15-3A)Estherville/L-C 60, Storm Lake 24
(B) Storm Lake 53, Estherville/L-C 45

(G) (#2-1A)Newell-Fonda 76, (#15-4A)Spencer 43
(B) Newell-Fonda 69, Spencer 61

(G) (#1-3A)Cherokee Washington 70, Manson-NW Webster 31
(B) Cherokee Washington 73, Manson-NW Webster 35

(G) Harrisburg (S.D.) 56, Western Christian 42
(B) Harrisburg (S.D.) 67 (#6-2A)Western Christian 48

(B) (#9-2A)Spirit Lake 60, Pocahontas Area 32

(college basketball)

(4) Texas 78, Iowa State 72

(6) Kansas 93, T-C-U 64

(N-B-A basketball)

Brooklyn 130, Utah 96
L-A Lakers 94, Memphis 92
Denver 123, Minnesota 116
San Antonio 116, L-A Clippers 113
Chicago 111, Portland 108

(college football)

Alabama WR DeVonte Smith won the Heisman Trophy Tuesday, beating out three quarterbacks, including his teammate, Mac Jones for the award.  Clemson QB, Trevor Lawrence was second in the balloting, followed by Jones and then Florida’s Kyle Trask.  Smith had 105 receptions for 1641 yards and 20 touchdowns this season.  He’ll lead the Crimson Tide into the National Championship game next Monday night in Miami against Ohio State.

 

 

WEDNESDAY RESULTS – January 6

(college basketball)

(2) Baylor 76, Oklahoma 61
(9) Tennessee 79, Arkansas 74
(10) Michigan 82, (19) Minnesota 57
(11) Houston 70, Wichita State 63
Louisville 73, (19) Virginia Tech 71
(21) Duke 83, Boston College 82
(22) Virginia 70, Wake Forest 61

GPAC:
Morningside 96, Doane 73 — former Bulldog, Will Pottebaum (4 pts.) for Morn.
Northwestern 69, Mount Marty 56 — former Bulldog, Trent Hilbrands (19 pts.) & former Hinton Blackhawk, Jay Small (8 pts. / 7 reb.) for NW.

(N-B-A basketball)

Indiana 114, Houston 107
Orlando 105, Cleveland 94
Philadelphia 141, Washington 136
Charlotte 102, Atlanta 94
Boston 107, Miami 105
New York 112, Utah 100
Milwaukee 130, Detroit 115
Oklahoma City 111, New Orleans 110
Phoenix 123, Toronto 115
L-A Clippers 108, Golden State 101
Sacramento 128, Chicago 124

 

 

THURSDAY RESULTS – January 7

(wrestling)

Sergeant Bluff-Luton 48 Le Mars (10-1/4-1) 21  —  182#- Ayden Hoag won by a fall  ..  195#- Riley Sadoski won a 7-1 decision  ..  220#- Colton Hoag won by a fall in 33-seconds  ..  285#- Andrew Murra won by a fall in 32 seconds.

(high school basketball)

LE MARS — Gehlen Catholic improved to 7-4 for the season with a 57-45 over Sioux City North Thursday night at the Vi Kellen gym in Le Mars.  The Lady Jays started with a 5-0 lead and opened up a 9-1 cushion midway through the first quarter and never looked back, leading by 15 at halftime.  The Stars closed to within eight  with 4:11 to play in the game before the Lady Jays pushed the lead to 18 with 2 1/2 minutes left.  Senior Rachel Langel had 13 of her game-high 18 points in the fourth quarter to lead a 20-point period by Gehlen.  Lauren Heying had 16 for the Jays.  Sydney Rexius had 12 for the Stars and Madison Craighead added 10.  North falls to 1-8.  Gehlen added a girl/boy DH Friday at home against West Sioux after Westwood opted out of the Saturday night doubleheader in Le Mars due to Covid-19.

(G) Gehlen Catholic (7-4) 57, Sioux City North 45

(B) (#10-1A)Remsen St. Mary’s 66, Siouxland Christian 29

(G) George-Little Rock 59, Harris-Lake Park 15
(B) Harris-Lake Park 66, George-Little Rock 53

(B) Woodbury Central 74, Omaha Nation (NE.) 49

(B) (#9-2A)Spirit Lake 61, West Lyon 53

(G) (#1-3A)Cherokee Washington 80, Spencer 65
(B) Cherokee Washington 68, Spencer 67

**(G) Lennox (S.D.) at Rock Valley
**(B) Lennox (S.D.) at Rock Valley

(G) (#14-3A)Estherville/L-C 58, GTRA 20
(B) Estherville/L-C 70, GTRA 42

(G) West Monona 63, Tekamah-Herman (NE.) 23
(B) Tekemah-Herman (NE.) 77, West Monona 62

(G) Okoboji 45, Emmetsburg 36
(B) Okoboji 74, Emmetsburg 48

(college basketball)

COLLEGE PARK, Md. — — Out of sync and trailing by double digits after a miserable start, No. 5 Iowa turned to its defense and reliable Luka Garza to get back on track against Maryland.  Garza scored 17 of his 24 points in the decisive first half, and the Hawkeyes roared from behind in an 89-67 victory Thursday night.  The Hawkeyes (10-2, 4-1 Big Ten) trailed 19-9 before rattling off 20 straight points to take control.  The 6-foot-11 Garza then scored eight points — including a pair of three-point plays — during a 15-4 spurt that made it 44-26 at halftime.  Garza made nine of his 14 field goal attempts, including 2 of 4 from beyond the arc. He went 4 for 4 at the foul line, grabbed seven rebounds and had four assists.Jordan Bohannon chipped in with 18 points for the Hawkeyes.  Joe Wieskampscored six to get within 11 points of 1,000 for his career.

(1) Gonzaga 86, B-Y-U 69
(5) Iowa 89, Maryland 67
(8) Wisconsin 80, Indiana 73, 2 OTs
(12) Illinois 81, Northwestern 56
Colorado 79, (17) Oregon 72

(W) Nebraska-Kearney 68, Lincoln University 53  —  former Lady Bulldog, Madison Dreckman (1 pt., 3 reb. & 1 asst.) for UNK.

(N-B-A basketball)

Brooklyn 122, Philadelphia 109
Cleveland 94, Memphis 90
Dallas 124, Denver 117, OT
San Antonio 118, L-A Lakers 109
Portland 135, Minnesota 117

 

 

FRIDAY RESULTS – January 8

(high school basketball)

LE MARS — Le Mars hosted Sioux City West Friday night as the two schools returned to Missouri River Conference action for the first time in the new year.  The Le Mars girls earned their fourth straight win and their fifth in the last six games with a 66-52 victory over West to improve to 6-4 for the season and 4-2 in the M-R-A-C.  Shaniah Temple led the way with 19 points but had help from Karlee Schiff with 14 and Sarah Brown with 11.  Schiff hit three of the teams nine three-pointers.  The Lady Bulldogs missed 20 free throws in the game (9-for-29) but more than made up for it with strong rebounding and their perimeter marksmanship.

In the boys game, Le Mars opened the second quarter by scoring the first 12 points to erase a 10-9 first quarter deficit and the Bulldogs went on to rout Sioux City West 65-44 Friday at the Bulldogs Competition gym.  Le Mars improves to 7-3 for the season and 5-1 in league play.  Brady Williams led a balanced attack for Le Mars with 15 points, hitting five of the teams eight three-pointers, while Alec Dreckman chipped in with 14 and Caleb Dreckman added 10.  The Bulldogs’ leading scorer Spencer Mackey was held scoreless Friday night for one of the few times in his career.  The Bulldogs outscored the Wolverines 23-7 in the second quarter and led 32-17 at halftime.  Keavian Hayes led West with 19 points.  The Wolverines fall to 3-4 for the season and 3-3 in the M-R-A-C.

MISOURI RIVER CONFERENCE
(G) Le Mars (6-4/4-2) 66, Sioux City West 52
(B) Le Mars (7-3/5-1) 65, Sioux City West 44

(G) (#5-1A)MMCRU 67, Sergeant Bluff-Luton 57

WAR EAGLE CONFERENCE

LE MARS — West Sioux and Gehlen Catholic split a non-conference doubleheader Friday night at the Jays field house.  West Sioux’s Megan Waterman poured in 26 points to lead the Falcons to a 43-24 victory over Gehlen, checking the Lady Jays to their lowest offensive production of the season.  The Falcons led 30-14 after three quarters.  Lauren Heying had 10 to Gehlen.  The Lady Jays fall to 7-5 for the season.

The No. 8 (1A) Gehlen Catholic boys improved to 10-and-1 with a 60-47 victory over the visiting West Sioux Falcons.  The 1-2 punch of Keaton Bonderson and Carter DeRocher proved to much for the Falcons to overcome.  Bonderson had 22 points for the Jays and DeRocher added 20.  It was the Jays second win this season over West Sioux.  They won a hard-fought 59-55 victory in Hawarden last month.

(G) West Sioux 43, Gehlen Catholic (7-5) 24
(B) (#8-1A)Gehlen Catholic (10-1) 60, West Sioux 47

(G) Akron-Westfield 54, South O’Brien 41
(B) South O’Brien 50, Akron-Westfield 11

(G) Hinton 80, Hartley-Melvin-Sanborn 35
(B) Hartley-Melvin-Sanborn 63, Hinton 55

(G) (#3-3A)Unity Christian 62, Trinity Christian 29
(B) Unity Christian 59, Trinity Christian 33

WESTERN VALLEY CONFERENCE
(G) (#4-1A)Kingsley-Pierson (11-0) 73, MVAOCOU 49
(B) MVAOCOU 40, Kingsley-Pierson 36

(G) Ponca (NE.) 54, Woodbury Central 41
(B) Woodbury Central 59, Ponca (NE) 49

(G) OA-BCIG 45, Lawton-Bronson 35
(B) OA-BCIG 72, Lawton-Bronson 36

(G) West Monona 61, River Valley 20
(B) River Valley 68, West Monona 46

(G/B) Ridge View at Westwood – ppd.

SIOUXLAND CONFERENCE
(G) Sioux Center 34, M-O-C/Floyd Valley 30
(B) M-O-C/Floyd Valley 55, Sioux Center 49

(G) (#11-2A)Central Lyon 48, Rock Valley 47
(B) Rock Valley 54, Central Lyon 47

(G) Sheldon 55, Okoboji 43
(B) Sheldon 59, Okoboji 50

(G) Sibley-Ocheyedan 48, Boyden-Hull 32
(B) (#1-2A)Boyden-Hull 82, Sibley-Ocheyedan 47

(G) (#8-3A)West Lyon 63, George-Little Rock 38
(B) West Lyon 70, George-Little Rock 32

LAKES CONFERENCE
(G) Western Christian 72, Storm Lake 37
(B) (#6-2A)Western Christian 71, Storm Lake 26

(college basketball)

Purdue 55, (23) Michigan State 54

(N-B-A basketball)

Detroit 110, Phoenix 105, OT
Boston 116, Washington 107
Oklahoma City 101, New York 89
Charlotte 118, New Orleans 110
Houston 132, Orlando 90
Memphis 115, Brooklyn 110
Utah 131, Milwaukee 118
Golden State 115, L-A Clippers 105
L-A Lakers 117, Chicago 115
Toronto 144, Sacramento 123

 

 

SATURDAY RESULTS – January 9

(wresling)

WEST SIOUX INVITATIONAL — TEAM STANDINGS:  . 1. Central Lyon/George-Little Rock (226.5) .. 2. West Sioux (181) .. 3. Le Mars (180) .. 4. Spencer (179) .. 5. Lewis Central (174.5) .. 6. Kingsley-Pierson (133.5) .. 7. M-O-C/Floyd Valley (72.5) .. 8. Lennox (68)  .. 9. Ridge View (56).  Le Mars results:  170#-Camden Feuerhelm (1st)  ..  145#-Alex Allen (2nd), 182#-Ayden Hoag (2nd) & 220#-Colton Hoag (2nd)  ..  106#-Connor Peterson (3rd), 120#-Blake Dirksen (3rd) & 152#-Jackson Sudtelgte (3rd)  ..  126#-Daniel Hinds (5th), 160#-Jason Sudtelgte (5th), 195#-Riley Sadoski (5th) & 285#-Brandon Vander Sluis (5th)  ..  132#-Keegan Kayser (6th) .. 138#-Matthew Vondrak (7th) & 285#-Andrew Murra (7th).

(high school basketball)

(G/B) Westwood at Gehlen Catholic – cancelled

(G) (#1-3A)Cherokee Washington 78, South Sioux City (NE.) 37

(B) Sergeant Bluff-Luton 55, Cherokee Washington 52

(G) (#8-3A)West Lyon 44, Western Christian 20

(G)  (#3-3A)Unity Christian 58, Sioux Falls Christian (S.D.) 46
(B) Sioux Falls Christian (S.D.) 70, Unity Christian 50

(G) Bishop Heelan 54, Yankton (S.D.) 30

(G) OA-BCIG 59, MVAOCOU 26

(N-F-L playoffs)

WILD CARD WEEKEND:
AFC – Buffalo 27, Indianapolis 24
NFC – L-A Rams 30, Seattle 20
NFC – Tampa Bay 31, Washington 23

(college basketball)

(2) Baylor 67, T-C-U 49
(4) Texas 72, (14) West Virginia 70
(11) Houston 71, Tulane 50
Ohio State 79, (15) Rutgers 68
(18) Texas Tech 91, Iowa State 64
(21) Duke 79, Wake Forest 68
(22) Virginia 61, Boston College 49

GPAC:
Morningside 88, Hastings 69  —  former Bulldog, Will Pottebaum (10 pts.), for Morn.

(W) Nebraska-Kearney 68, Central Missouri 56  —  former Lady Bulldog, Madison Dreckman (2 min. / 0 stats), for UNK

(N-B-A basketball)

Denver 115, Philadelphia 103
Charlotte 113, Atlanta 105
Phoenix 125, Indiana 117
Miami 128, Washington 124
Milwaukee 100, Cleveland 90
San Antonio 125, Minnesota 122, OT
Dallas 112, Orlando 98
Portland 125, Sacramento 99

 

 

SUNDAY RESULTS – January 10

(college basketball)

(college basketball)

Top 20 games:
(5) Iowa 86 (16) Minnesota 71
Maryland 66, (12) Illinois 63
(19) Virginia Tech 77, Notre Dame 63

(N-F-L playoffs)

WILD CARD WEEKEND:
AFC – Baltimore 20, Tennessee 13
NFC – New Orleans 21, Chicago 9
AFC – Cleveland 48, Pittsburgh 37

(N-B-A basketball)

Utah 96, Detroit 86
L-A Clippers 130, Chicago 127
Oklahoma City 129, Brooklyn 116
Denver 114, New York 89
Miami at Boston – ppd.
L-A Lakers 120, Houston 102
Minnesota 96, San Antonio 88
Golden State 106, Toronto 105