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KLEM Local Schedule (week of September 24)

MONDAY RESULTS - September 24

(volleyball)

(#7-1A)Gehlen Catholic (15-9/5-1) beat South O'Brien 3-0   (25-19, 25-23, 27-25)

LADY JAYS STATISTICS:  KILLS - Kaitlin Langel 12, Bailey Wiltgen 6, Alison Schnepf 6 & Morgan Whitehead 5  ...  BLOCKS - Kaitlin Langel 2, Alison Schnepf 1 & Abby Freking 1  ...  ASSISTS - Abby Freking 26  ...  DIGS - Shannon Smith 20, Kaitlin Langel 12 & Abby Freking 10  ...  SERVING - Kaitlin Langel 14-17 with 5 aces, Shannon Smith 15-15 with 3 aces & Emily Holtgrewe 11-13 with 1 ace.

(football)

Woodbury Central JV at Gehlen Catholic JV - no score available

(sophomore) Sergeant Bluff-Luton 27 Le Mars 14

NFL: Seattle 14 Green Bay 12

 

(major league baseball scores)

AMERICAN LEAGUE
Baltimore 4, Toronto 1, 1st game
Detroit 6, Kansas City 2
Toronto 9, Baltimore 5, 2nd game
Texas 5, Oakland 4
Chicago White Sox 5, Cleveland 4
N.Y. Yankees 6, Minnesota 3

NATIONAL LEAGUE
Washington 12, Milwaukee 2
N.Y. Mets 6, Pittsburgh 2
St. Louis 6, Houston 1
Colorado 4, Arizona 2

 

 

 

 

TUESDAY RESULTS - September 25

(cross country)

Western Christian Invitational

(girls results)  TEAM STANDINGS: 1. M-O-C/Floyd Valley 38  2. Unity Christian 65  3. Le Mars 87.  LADY BULLDOG individual results: 2. Kenzie Theisen (14:42), 12. Marissa Marek (16:32), 17. Ellen Meis (16:59), 26. Mickie Theisen, 30. Katrina Engebretsen, and 31. Meredith Rand.  JV results: Le Mars finished third behind M-O-C/Floyd Valley and Unity Christian. Individually:   5. Nelcy Anguiano (18:15), 9. Nicole Van Otterloo (18:46), 12. Riley Roepke (19:04).

(boys results) TEAM STANDINGS: 1. Western Christian  6. Le Mars.  BULLDOG individual results: 14. Rodrigo Cobian (17:48), 22. Eli Engebretson (18:12), 34. A.J. Schroeder, 35. Austin Sudtelgte, 44. Drew Weiner, 45. Trevor Kliever, and 46. Brett Marek.  JV results: Le Mars finished third.  Individually:  5. Joel Haden (19:43), 13. Riley Magnussen, 27. Zach Kooistra, 28. Nick Madsen, 29. Glenn Clark.

The middle school boys ran at Cherokee with Parker Magnussen finishing 8th and Matt Simoni 10th.

 

(major league baseball scores)

AMERICAN LEAGUE
Cleveland 4, Chicago White Sox 3
Detroit 2, Kansas City 0
Toronto 4, Baltimore 0
Tampa Bay 5, Boston 2
Oakland 3, Texas 2, 10 innings
Minnesota 5, N.Y. Yankees 4
L.A. Angels 5, Seattle 4

NATIONAL LEAGUE
Philadelphia 6, Washington 3
Atlanta 4, Miami 3
Cincinnati 4, Milwaukee 2
Pittsburgh 10, N.Y. Mets 6
St. Louis 4, Houston 0
Colorado 10, Chicago Cubs 5, 7 innings
San Diego 2, L.A. Dodgers 1
Arizona 7, San Francisco 2

 

 

 

 

 

 

WEDNESDAY RESULTS - September 26

(major league baseball scores)

AMERICAN LEAGUE
N.Y. Yankees 8, Minnesota 2
Detroit 5, Kansas City 4
Baltimore 12, Toronto 2
Tampa Bay 4, Boston 2
Oakland 9, Texas 3
Cleveland 6, Chicago White Sox 4
L.A. Angels 4, Seattle 3

NATIONAL LEAGUE
L.A. Dodgers 8, San Diego 2
Washington 8, Philadelphia 4
Atlanta 3, Miami 0
Milwaukee 8, Cincinnati 1
N.Y. Mets 6, Pittsburgh 0
Houston 2, St. Louis 0
Colorado 6, Chicago Cubs 0
San Francisco 6, Arizona 0

(headlines)

UNDATED (AP) - The N-F-L's regular officials are expected to work
tonight's game between the Ravens and Browns after the league and
the referees' union reached a tentative contract agreement this
morning. The deal still had to be ratified by the 121 union
members, but it should end a labor impasse that began when the
officials were locked out in June. Negotiations heated up after a
missed call cost the Green Bay Packers a win at Seattle on Monday
night.

COLLEGE ATHLETICS
Osborne calling it quits
LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) - Tom Osborne, who put together one of the
most successful coaching runs in college football history before
serving in Congress and taking the reins as Nebraska's athletic
director five years ago, is retiring.
The 75-year-old Osborne announced his decision Wednesday at a
news conference and said he will retire on Jan. 1, sticking around
for several months as needed.

 







THURSDAY RESULTS - September 27

(football)

(freshman) Akron-Westfield  at Le Mars - no score available

COLLEGE: Washington 17 (8)Stanford 13

N-F-L game: Baltimore 23 Cleveland 16

(major league baseball scores)

AMERICAN LEAGUE
Detroit 5, Kansas City 4
Texas 9, Oakland 7
Seattle 9, L.A. Angels 4
Toronto 6, N.Y. Yankees 0
Tampa Bay 3, Chicago White Sox 2

NATIONAL LEAGUE
Cincinnati 2, Milwaukee 1
N.Y. Mets 6, Pittsburgh 5
Colorado 7, Chicago Cubs 5
San Francisco 7, Arizona 3
Washington 7, Philadelphia 3
Atlanta 6, Miami 2
L.A. Dodgers 8, San Diego 4

 

 

 

 

FRIDAY RESULTS - September 28

(high school football)

(DENISON) -- The Le Mars Bulldogs built a 24-0 halftime lead and then held off a second half charge by Denison-Schleswig to win 24-21 at Denison Friday night, spoiling the Monarchs homecoming.  Junior quarterback Levi TeBrink hit on 10-of-11 passes and two touchdowns in the first half while running for another score to put Le Mars in the drivers seat at the midway point.  But Denison-Schleswig got three big plays out of homecoming king, T.J. Pauley to pull within striking distance by the fourth quarter.  Pauley hauled in an 87-yard TD-pass from Derek Hall midway through the third quarter and added a two-point conversion run by Justin Kahl to cut the Bulldogs lead to 24-8.  Le Mars fumbled at their own 15 three plays after the kickoff and Hall capitalized by hooking up with Pauley on a 34-yard pass to make it 24-14.  Hall and Pauley again connected on a short pass completion in the final quarter and Pauley pitched the ball to Justin Kahl on a well executed hook-and-ladder play, turning it into an 80-yard touchdown play to draw the Monarchs to within 24-21.  The Denison-Schleswig had one more chance with a minute to play from their own two yard line but turned the ball over on downs.  Le Mars scored on four of their five possessions in the first half.  TeBrink's quarterback sneak from a yard away started the scoring in the first quarter.  TeBrink fired a five yard TD-pass to Chris Hatting to make it 14-0 at the end of the opening quarter.  TeBrink hit Gabe Rahn with a 60 yard TD-pass with 1:42 to play in the first half and Conner Delfs' 32-yard field goal with 25 seconds to play before halftime gave the Dogs their 24-point lead.  TeBrink finished the game 11-of-16 passing for 189 yards.  Le Mars improves to 5-and-1 for the season and 3-and-1 in the district.  The Bulldogs host Humboldt in a non-district game next Friday at Jim Lorenzen Field in a 7:30 kick-off.

(LE MARS) -- A record-setting passing performance by junior quarterback Blake Wiltgen rallied Gehlen Catholic to a 54-15 homecoming victory over winless Okoboji Friday night at Jim Lorenzen Field.  After spotting the Pioneers a 9-6 first quarter lead, Wiltgen launched seven touchdown passes and finished 26-of-46 passing for a school-record 387 yards.  Michael Whitehead hauled in six of those scoring passes and finished with 13 catches for 265 yards.  The Wiltgen-to-Whitehead combination hit on scoring passes of 25, 45, 21, 14, 20 and 30 yards.  Wiltgen's seventh TD pass was to Aaron Jentz ten seconds into the fourth quarter.  Fabio Rivera added a school-record 45-yard field goal early in the third quarter for Gehlen and also had a 23-yard kick split the uprights in the second half.  The Jays finished with 525 yards of offense.  Gehlen's second straight win improves the Jays record to 2-and-4 for the season and 2-and-2 in the district.  Gehlen Catholic travels to Hull next Friday night for a key district match-up with Western Christian.  The game, which will be carried on KLEM, should go along way toward the Jays' playoff hopes.

CLASS 3A - District 2
LeMars (5-1/3-1) 24 Denison-Schleswig 21
Carroll 28 Spencer 7
(#2)Bishop Heelan 45 Storm Lake 0
Glenwood 35 Sergeant Bluff-Luton 15 (ND)

CLASS 1A - District 1
Gehlen Catholic (2-4/2-2) 54 Okoboji 15 (homecoming)
(#6)Emmetsburg 40 Western Christian 7
South O'Brien 37 Hartley-Melvin-Sanborn 14
Pocahontas Area 32 North Union 30 (ND)

CLASS 1A - District 2
Ridge View 29 Maple Valley-Anthon-Oto 28
(#8)IKM-Manning 7 (#2)Fort Dodge St. Edmond 6
Manson Northwest Webster 30 Sioux Central 26

CLASS A - District 1
(#4)Akron-Westfield (6-0/4-0) 54 Sibley-Ocheyedan 18
Hinton (4-2/3-1) 39 West Sioux 7
(#7)West Lyon 42 Alta/Aurelia 7
Woodbury Central 20 (#3)Lawton-Bronson 19

CLASS A - District 8
A-H-S-T, Avoca 21 Riverside, Oakland 7
Underwood 28 East Mills 19
Griswold 48 West Monona 0
(#9)Logan-Magnolia 45 Westwood 6

CLASS 2A - District 1
MOC-Floyd Valley 23 Unity Christian 8
(#1)Boyden-Hull/Rock Valley 49 Sheldon 0
Sioux Center 41 Cherokee 9
Central Lyon/George-Little Rock 42 Estherville Lincoln Central 21 (ND)

CLASS 2A - District 2
(#5)Spirit Lake 51 East Sac County 14
Garner-Hayfield/Ventura 31 Clarion-Goldfield 7
Forest City 14 South Central Calhoun 12

CLASS 4A - Division 1

(#10)Sioux City East 43 Indianola 0
CLASS 4A - Division 2
Johnston 41 Sioux City North 20
CLASS 4A - Division 4
Sioux City West 21 Des Moines Roosevelt 14

EIGHT MAN - District 1
Remsen-Union (3-3/2-2) 54 Clay Central-Everly 12
Kingsley-Pierson (3-3/3-1) 42 Remsen St. Mary's (2-4/2-2) 18 (homecoming)
(#9)Marcus-Meriden-Cleghorn 70 Whiting 8
Harris-Lake Park 61 River Valley 8

 

(major league baseball scores)

AMERICAN LEAGUE
Baltimore 9, Boston 1
Cleveland 8, Kansas City 5
N.Y. Yankees 11, Toronto 4
L.A. Angels 7, Texas 4
Minnesota 4, Detroit 2
Chicago White Sox 3, Tampa Bay 1
Oakland 8, Seattle 2

NATIONAL LEAGUE
Cincinnati 1, Pittsburgh 0
Miami 2, Philadelphia 1
N.Y. Mets 3, Atlanta 1
Houston 7, Milwaukee 6
St. Louis 12, Washington 2
Arizona 8, Chicago Cubs 3
San Francisco 3, San Diego 1
L.A. Dodgers 8, Colorado 0

 

 

 

 

SATURDAY RESULTS - September 29

((volleyball)

Council Bluffs T-J Tournament (Carroll Kuemper beat Council Bluffs St. Albert 21-18, 21-12 to win the championship match)

(#15-4A) Le Mars (15-7) went 3-and-1 and finished fifth.  Le Mars lost 1-2 to Council Bluffs St. Albert  (14-21, 21-14, 21-19)  ...  Le Mars beat Council Bluffs T-J  2-0  (21-12, 21-8)  ...   Le Mars beat Missouri Valley 2-0  (21-16, 21-12)  ...  (5th place match) Le Mars beat Lewis Central 2-1  (22-20, 15-21, 15-12).

LADY BULLDOGS STATISTICAL LEADERS:  KILLS - Erin Kommes 22, Britney Thompson 15, Madison Heidebrink 15, Morgan Ohm 14 & Carolyn Ahlers 12.  BLOCKS - Madison Heidebrink 3, Britney Thompson 2 & Carolyn Ahlers 2.  ASSISTS - Emily Pick 74.  DIGS - Emily Pick 12, Emily Ellefson 11, Erin Kommes 9, & Madison Heidebrink 8.  SERVING - Emily Pick 34-39 with 8 aces, Britney Thompson 31-36 with 1 ace, Erin Kommes 26-26 with 3 aces, Ashley Phelan 18-18, Carolyn Ahlers 17-21 with 3 aces & Madison Heidebrink 12-12 with 1 ace.

(college football)

Iowa 31 Minnesota 13
Texas Tech 24 Iowa State 13
(#22)Nebraska 30 Wisconsin 27
(#1)North Dakota State 30 U-N-I 14
(#15)Northwestern 33 Nebraska Wesleyan 27, overtime
Briar Cliff 33 Dordt 29
Illinois State 34 U-S-D 31
Wayne State 31 Augustana 27
Coe 51 Buena Vista 0
(Morningside was idle)

T25
Final ( 1) Alabama 33 Mississippi 14
Final ( 2) Oregon 51 Washington State 26
Final ( 3) L-S-U 38 Towson 22
Final ( 4) Florida State 30 South Florida 17
Final ( 5) Georgia 51 Tennessee 44
Final ( 6) South Carolina 38 Kentucky 17
Final ( 9) West Virginia 70 (25) Baylor 63
Final (12) Texas 41 Oklahoma State 36
Final (14) Ohio State 17 (20) Michigan State 16
Final (15) T-C-U 24 Southern Methodist 16
Final (17) Clemson 45 Boston College 31
Final (18) Oregon State 38 Arizona 35
Final (19) Louisville 21 Southern Mississippi 17
Final (22) Nebraska 30 Wisconsin 27
Final (24) Boise State 32 New Mexico 29

 

(major league baseball scores)

AMERICAN LEAGUE
Toronto 3, N.Y. Yankees 2
Detroit 6, Minnesota 4
Oakland 7, Seattle 4, 10 innings
Tampa Bay 10, Chicago White Sox 4
L.A. Angels at Texas, ppd., rain
Baltimore 4, Boston 3
Kansas City 7, Cleveland 6, 14 innings

NATIONAL LEAGUE
Pittsburgh 2, Cincinnati 1
Milwaukee 9, Houston 5
Atlanta 2, N.Y. Mets 0
Philadelphia 9, Miami 5
Washington 6, St. Louis 4, 10 innings
Arizona 8, Chicago Cubs 2
San Diego 7, San Francisco 3
L.A. Dodgers 3, Colorado 0

 

 

 

 

SUNDAY SCHEDULE - September 30

(N-F-L schedule)

Houston 38, Tennessee 14
San Diego 37, Kansas City 20
St. Louis 19, Seattle 13
New England 52, Buffalo 28
Minnesota 20, Detroit 13
Atlanta 30, Carolina 28
San Francisco 34, N.Y. Jets 0
Arizona 24, Miami 21, OT
Denver 37, Oakland 6
Cincinnati 27, Jacksonville 10
Green Bay 28, New Orleans 27
Washington 24, Tampa Bay 22
Philadelphia 19, N.Y. Giants 17
Open: Indianapolis, Pittsburgh

(major league baseball scores)

AMERICAN LEAGUE
Cleveland 15, Kansas City 3
L.A. Angels 5, Texas 4, 1st game
N.Y. Yankees 9, Toronto 6
Baltimore 6, Boston 3
Detroit 2, Minnesota 1
Tampa Bay 6, Chicago White Sox 2
Oakland 5, Seattle 2
Texas 8, L.A. Angels 7, 2nd game

NATIONAL LEAGUE
Philadelphia 4, Miami 1
Cincinnati 4, Pittsburgh 3
Atlanta 6, N.Y. Mets 2
Houston 7, Milwaukee 0
St. Louis 10, Washington 4
San Francisco 7, San Diego 5
Chicago Cubs 7, Arizona 2
L.A. Dodgers 7, Colorado 1

(pennant races with three games to play)

A-L EAST:  N.Y. Yankees and Baltimore tied for the lead with 92-and-67 records

A-L CENTRAL:  Detroit leads Chicago White Sox by three games

A-L WEST:  Texas leads Oakland by two game heading into a three-game series between the Rangers and A's in Oakland starting Monday night

A-L WILD CARD:  second place finishers in A-L EAST and A-L WEST will claim the two wild card spots

N-L EAST:  Washington leads Atlanta by three games

N-L CENTRAL:  Cincinnati has already clinched.  The Reds hold a ten-game lead on St. Louis

N-L WEST:  San Francisco has already clinched.  The Giants lead the L.A. Dodgers by nine games

N-L WILD CARD:  The second place finisher in the N-L EAST will hold the first Wild Card slot with St. Louis leading the L-A Dodgers by two games for the second wild card spot

 

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