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KLEM Local Schedule (week of February 18)

MONDAY RESULTS - February 18

(high school basketball)

(MAPLETON) -- Senior Katelin Langel turned in an inspiring 29-point performance Monday night but it wasn't enough as number-four Ar-We-Va ended number-12 Gehlen Catholic's girls basketball season 58-45 in the 1A Regional finals in Mapleton.  Langel scored 22  points after halftime to help the Lady Jays trim an 18-point halftime deficit to six midway through the third quarter.  The rally ran out steam though and the Rockets punched their State tournament ticket for a third straight season with a 13-point victory.  Ar-We-Va put Gehlen Catholic in a hole early, outscoring the Lady Jays 10-1 in the first three minutes and led 15-3 after one quarter of play.  The Rockets built a 19-point lead late in the first half and took 32-14 lead to the locker room at the break.  Langel opened the second half for Gehlen by turning three quick steals into layups and a three-pointer by Emily Holtgrewe capped a 9-0 run that drew the Lay Jays to with in nine at 32-23.  A 14-2 surge narrowed the deficit to six at 34-28 with 4:42 to play in the third quarter.  Ar-We-Va re-energized at that point and a 9-3 run to the end of the quarter built their advantage back up to 12 heading into the final eight minutes.  The Rockets never allowed Gehlen to get closer than ten after that.  Ar-We-Va countered Langel's carrer night with a combined 35 points from seniors Paige Danner and Amy Hinners.  Danner had 18 points and Hinner finished with 17.  Langel had 13 of Gehlen's 19 field goals for the night.  The Lady Jays close out the 2012-2013 campaign at 16-and-6.

CLASS 1A GIRLS REGIONAL FINALS
(region 8)
#4-Ar-We-Va (21-3) 58, #12-Gehlen Catholic (16-6) 45

(region 1)
#1-Central Lyon 60, West Sioux 41

CLASS 2A GIRLS REGIONAL FINALS
(region 1)
#1-Western Christian 86, Okoboji 48

(region 8)
#2-Lawton-Bronson 88, #11-Hinton (18-4) 79

 

(LE MARS) -- The Le Mars Bulldogs passed their first tournament test, beating Sergeant Bluff-Luton 82-73 Monday night to open Class 3A District tournament play at the Bulldogs new gym.  Sophomore Tyler Borchers had a career-best 23-point performance to lead the Bulldogs.  Junior Jake Irwin had 19, and three seniors also scored in double figures with Brenden Collins adding 14, Kyle Dolph 13 and Gabe Rahn 11.  Collins hit two critical three-pointers in the fourth quarter and the Bulldogs hit ten straight free throw shots to help hold off the Warriors.  The Dogs didn't need four overtimes to beat S-B-L as they did back in January as Le Mars advances to the district-one championship game against old nemesis, Bishop Heelan, Thursday night at the Sioux City North gym.  Le Mars is 16-and-6 while Bishop Heelan is 15-and-7.  The Crusaders beat Le Mars 57-42 back in December at 'The Pit'.

CLASS 3A BOYS DISTRICT SEMIFINALS
(district 1 / sub-state 1)
Le Mars (16-6) 82, Sergeant Bluff-Luton 73
Bishop Heelan 63, Denison-Schleswig 41

(district 2 / sub-state 1)
#7-M-O-C/Floyd Valley 76, Estherville/Lincoln Central 36
Storm Lake 56, Spencer 44

CLASS 4A SUB-STATE QUARTERFINALS

(sub-state 1)
Lewis Central 56, Council Bluffs A-L 46, overtime
Sioux City West 71, Council Bluffs T-J 52

 

(college basketball)


TOP-25 MEN

(#13) Kansas State 71, West Virginia 61
(#25) Notre Dame 51, (#20) Pittsburgh 42


TOP-25 WOMEN

(#1) Baylor 76, (#3) UConn 70
(#8) Kentucky 70, (#10) Texas A&M 66
(#14) Dayton 58, Duquense 57

 

(N-B-A basketball)

no games scheduled

 

(N-H-L hockey)

Ottawa 2, New Jersey 1, SO
Philadelphia 7, N-Y Islanders 0
Colorado 6, Nashville 5
Montreal 3, Carolina 0
Toronto 3, Florida 0
Phoenix 4, Calgary 0
Anaheim 3, Columbus 2

 

 

 

 

TUESDAY RESULTS - February 19

(high school basketball)

(LE MARS) -- It will be Gehlen Catholic and defending 1A State champion Boyden-Hull in the District finals Thursday night!  Both teams advanced on the tournament trail Tuesday night with victories.  Number-four Boyden-Hull improved to 20-and-3 with a 64-46 win over Remsen-Union while Gehlen led wire-to-wire against Marcus/Meriden-Cleghorn and beat the Eagles 73-64 at the Reardon Family gym in Le Mars.  The Jays came within one point of having all five starters score in double figures.  Michael Whitehead had 20, Colton Kneip 15, Blake Wiltgen 12, Alex Kellen 10 and Solomon Freking 9.  Gehlen stormed to an 18-point halftime lead and increased their advantage to 23 with three minutes left in the third quarter.  M-M-C closed the third quarter on an 13-3 run to narrow the gap to 13 by the end of the quarter and closed to within seven with 6:40 to play before Gehlen  re-charged their offensive engine and stretching the lead back to 15 two minutes later.  Dylan Specht led Marcus/M-C with 23 points, including 17 during the Eagles' second half rally.  Gehlen Catholic improves to 18-and-4 for the season while M-M-C closes out a 14-and-9 campaign.  The District final between Gehlen and Boyden-Hull will be played Thursday night in Sioux Center starting at 7 o'clock.  The game will be carried on KLEM radio beginning at 6:50 with the pregame show.


CLASS 1A BOYS DISTRICT SEMIFINALS
(district 1 / sub-state 1)
#7-Harris-Lake Park 57, Trinity Christian 42
Rock Valley 64, West Lyon 62

(district 2 / sub-state 1)
#4-Boyden-Hull (20-3) 64, Remsen-Union (18-5) 46
Gehlen Catholic (18-4) 73, Marcus/Meriden-Cleghorn 64

(district 15 / sub-state 8)
Woodbury Central 77, West Monona 58
#3-Lawton-Bronson 77, Ar-We-Va 38


CLASS 2A DISTRICT FINALS

(district 1 / sub-state 1)
#4-Western Christian 60, Sioux Center 53

(district 2 / sub-state 1)
#9-Sheldon 67, Spirit Lake 47

 

CLASS 4A GIRLS REGIONAL FINALS
(region 1)
#1-Bishop Heelan 70, Spencer 39

CLASS 5A GIRLS REGIONAL FINALS
(region 1)
#2-Ankeny 64, #9-Sioux City West 34

 

(college basketball)

TOP-25 MEN

(#1) Indiana 72, (#4) Michigan State 68
(#2) Miami 54, Virginia 50
Missouri 63, (#5) Florida 60
(#15) Butler 68, Duquesne 49
(#17) Marquette 67, Seton Hall 46
Saint Louis 76, (#24) V-C-U 62

 

(N-B-A basketball)

Charlotte 105, Orlando 92
Toronto 96, Washington 88
Brooklyn 113, Milwaukee 111, OT
Memphis 105, Detroit 91
Chicago 96, New Orleans 87
Denver 97, Boston 90
Utah 115, Golden State 101
Phoenix 102, Portland 98
San Antonio 108, Sacramento 102

 

(N-H-L hockey)

Chicago 4, Vancouver 3, SO
Winnipeg 2, Buffalo 1
Montreal 3, N.Y. Rangers 1
Ottawa 3, N.Y. Islanders 1
Tampa Bay 4, Toronto 2
San Jose 2, St. Louis 1
Nashville 4, Detroit 3, OT
Los Angeles 3, Edmonton 1

 

 

 

 

 

 

WEDNESDAY RESULTS - February 20

(college basketball)

Iowa State 87, Baylor 82

TOP-25 MEN

(#3) Gonzaga 85, Santa Clara 42
(#8) Syracuse 84, Providence 59
(#9) Kansas 68, (#14) Oklahoma State 67, two overtimes
(#11) Georgetown 90, DePaul 66
(#12) Arizona 70, Washington 52
(#18) Ohio State 71, Minnesota 45
(#19) Wisconsin 69, Northwestern 41
(#21) Memphis 81, Houston 74
U-N-L-V 61, (#22) Colorado State 59

 

(N-B-A basketball)

Detroit 105, Charlotte 99
Memphis 88, Toronto 82
Indiana 125, New York 91
Houston 122, Oklahoma City 119
Minnesota 94, Philadelphia 87
Brooklyn 97, Milwaukee 94
Miami 103, Atlanta 90
Cleveland 105, New Orleans 100
Dallas 111, Orlando 96
Golden State 108, Phoenix 98
L.A. Lakers 113, Boston 99

 

(N-H-L hockey)

Philadelphia 6, Pittsburgh 5
Colorado 1, St. Louis 0, OT
Los Angeles 3, Calgary 1









THURSDAY SCHEDULE - February 21

(high school bowling)

CLASS 1A STATE MEET at Plaza Lanes in Des Moines - POSTPONED TO MARCH 11


(high school basketball)

(SIOUX CENTER) -- Number-four Boyden-Hull used a swarming, dominate defensive effort to bring an end to Gehlen Catholic's tournament trail, beating the Jays 54-31 Thursday night in the Class 1A District two title game at Sioux Center.  The 31 points was by far the fewest points Gehlen has scored this season as the Jays shot just 22% for the night.  The Jays fell behind by ten points right away and played uphill for the rest of the night.  The Comets led by eight at halftime and opened the second half with a three-pointer by Colin Bolkema to go up by eleven and the lead was never under ten for the rest of the night.  Boyden-Hull led by 19 after three quarters and built the advantage to 24 in the fourth period.  Bolkema led all scorers with 23 with C.J. Koerselman adding another ten.  Michael Whitehead had to carry the scoring load for Gehlen, scoring 17 of his teams 31 points.  Solomon Freking had seven but the other three starters scored seven points between them.  Normally they contribute about 33 points a night on average.  Gehlen Catholic ends the season at 18-and-5.  Boyden-Hull, the defending 1A State champions, plays Rock Valley in Le Mars Saturday night in the Sub-State finals.

CLASS 1A BOYS DISTRICT FINALS
(district 1 / sub-state 1)
Rock Valley 69, #7-Harris-Lake Park 52

(district 2 / sub-state 1)
#4-Boyden-Hull 54, Gehlen Catholic (18-5) 31

(district 15 / sub-state 8)
Woodbury Central vs. #3-Lawton-Bronson at Mapleton - POSTPONED TO FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 22


CLASS 3A BOYS DISTRICT FINALS
(district 1 / sub-state 1)
Le Mars (16-6) vs. Bishop Heelan (15-7) at Sioux City North  - POSTPONED TO FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 22 AND MOVED TO SERGEANT BLUFF

(district 2 / sub-state 1)
#7-M-O-C/Floyd Valley vs. Storm Lake at Spencer - POSTPONED TO FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 22

 

(college basketball)

TOP-25 MEN

(#6) Duke 88, Virginia Tech 56
California 48, (#23) Oregon 46

(N-B-A basketball)

Miami 86, Chicago 67
San Antonio 116, L.A. Clippers 90

(N-H-L hockey)

Ottawa 3, N.Y. Rangers 2, SO
Toronto 3, Buffalo 1
Florida 5, Philadelphia 2
New Jersey 3, Washington 2
Winnipeg 4, Carolina 3
N.Y. Islanders 4, Montreal 3, OT
Boston 4, Tampa Bay 2
Columbus 3, Detroit 2
Vancouver 4, Dallas 3
Minnesota 3, Edmonton 1

 

 

 

 

 

FRIDAY RESULTS - February 22

(high school basketball)

(SERGEANT BLUFF)  -- All-state guard Shane Graves capped a 22-point night by hitting a pair of free throws with 1.6 seconds to play to secure Bishop Heelan's 58-53 victory over Le Mars Friday night in the 3A district one final at Sergeant Bluff.   The Bulldogs missed an opportunity to hit a potential game-tying three with 2.4 second left when Tyler Borchers batted a rebound out toward a wide-open Jake Irwin above the free throw circle but the two missed connections and the ball traveled into the back court for an over-and-back turnover.  Irwin finished with 21 points for Le Mars, dropping in five three's for the night.  Kyle Dolph added 17 for the Bulldogs while Kyle Heaton complimented Graves' 22 with 15 for the Crusaders.  The game was close all night.  Both teams enjoyed seven point leads.  Le Mars led by six after the first quarter but trailed by one at halftime.  The two teams were tied at 42-all going into the fourth quarter.  It was Bishop Heelan's eighth straight victory over Le Mars in the last seven years and the fifth time in that same span that Heelan has ended the Bulldogs' season with a tournament victory.  Le Mars closes out a 16-and-7 season while Bishop Heelan plays number-nine M-O-C/Floyd Valley in the Sub-State Monday in Le Mars.

CLASS 3A BOYS DISTRICT FINALS

(district 1 / sub-state 1)
Bishop Heelan 58, Le Mars (16-7) 53

(district 2 / sub-state 1)
#9-M-O-C/Floyd Valley 63, Storm Lake 52

CLASS 1A BOYS DISTRICT FINALS

(district 15 / sub-state 8)
#3-Lawton-Bronson 55, Woodbury Central 34

(district 16 / sub-state 8)
#2-Storm Lake St. Mary's 65, Newell-Fonda 53

CLASS 4A SUB-STATE SEMIFINALS
(sub-state 1)
Lewis Central at #9-Sioux City East - POSTPONED TO SATURDAY
Sioux City West at #7-Sioux City North - POSTPONED TO SATURDAY

 

(college basketball)

Saint Louis 65, (#15) Butler 61

 

(N-B-A basketball)

Chicago 105, Charlotte 75
Toronto 100, New York 98
Indiana 114, Detroit 82
Washington 119, Denver 113
Atlanta 122, Sacramento 108
Houston 106, Brooklyn 96
Memphis 88, Orlando 82
Dallas 104, New Orleans 100
Oklahoma City 127, Minnesota 111
Boston 113, Phoenix 88
Golden State 107, San Antonio 101, OT
L.A. Lakers 111, Portland 107

 

N-H-L hockey)

Pittsburgh 3, Florida 1
Vancouver 1, Nashville 0
Chicago 2, San Jose 1

 

(Major League exhibition baseball)

Detroit 2, Atlanta 1
Cleveland 11, Cincinnati 10
San Diego 9, Seattle 3
Texas 5, Kansas City 5, tie

 

 

 

 

SATURDAY RESULTS - February 23

(high school basketball)

CLASS 1A SUB-STATE FINALS
(sub-state 1)
#4-Boyden-Hull 67, Rock Valley 45

(sub-state 8)
#2-Storm Lake St. Mary's 71, #3-Lawton-Bronson 61

CLASS 2A SUB-STATE FINALS
(sub-state 1)
#9-Sheldon 64, #4-Western Christian 57, overtime

CLASS 4A SUB-STATE SEMIFINALS
(sub-state 1)
#9-Sioux City East 83, Lewis Central 53
#7-Sioux City North 69, Sioux City West 54

 

(college basketball)

Iowa State 86, Texas Tech 66

Nebraska 64, Iowa 60

G-P-A-C MEN'S TOURNAMENT SEMIFINALS

Morningside 73, Northwestern 72

Dordt 69, Midland Lutheran 68

TOP-25 MEN
Wake Forest 80, (#2) Miami 65
(#3) Gonzaga 81, San Diego 50
(#5) Florida 71, Arkansas 54
(#11) Georgetown 57, (#8) Syracuse 46
(#9) Kansas 74, T-C-U 48
(#10) Louisville 79, Seton Hall 61
(#12) Arizona 73, Washington St. 56
(#13) Kansas State 81, Texas 69
(#14) Oklahoma State 73, West Virginia 57
(#16) New Mexico 91, (#22) Colorado State 82
Villanova 60, (#17) Marquette 56
(#21) Memphis 89, Southern Mississippi 73
(#23) Oregon 77, Stanford 66
(#24) V-C-U 75, Xavier 71

G-P-A-C WOMENS TOURNAMENT SEMIFINALS

Morningside 89, Briar Cliff 65

Northwestern 85, Concordia 83

TOP-25 WOMEN
(#1) Baylor 67, Texas 47
(#3) U-Conn 90, Seton Hall 30

 

(N-B-A basketball)

Denver 113, Charlotte 99
Cleveland 118, Orlando 94
Washington 105, Houston 103
Miami 114, Philadelphia 90
Indiana 90, Detroit 72
Atlanta 103, Milwaukee 102
L.A. Clippers 107, Utah 94

 

(N-H-L hockey)

Edmonton 3, Phoenix 2, SO
Washington 5, New Jersey 1
Philadelphia 5, Winnipeg 3
Los Angeles 4, Colorado 1
Detroit 4, Nashville 0
Tampa Bay 5, Carolina 2
Ottawa 3, Toronto 2
Montreal 3, N.Y. Rangers 0
N.Y. Islanders 4, Buffalo 0
Dallas 3, San Jose 1
St. Louis 2, Columbus 1
Calgary 3, Minnesota 1

 

(Major League exhibition baseball)

N.Y. Mets 5, Washington 3
Pittsburgh 3, Tampa Bay (ss) 2
Miami 8, St. Louis 3
Houston 8, Philadelphia 3
Toronto 10, Detroit 3
N.Y. Yankees 8, Atlanta 3
Baltimore 5, Minnesota 3
Tampa Bay (ss) 4, Boston 3
Chicago White Sox 9, L.A. Dodgers 0
Milwaukee 2, Oakland 1
Seattle 8, San Diego 6
San Francisco 4, L.A. Angels (ss) 1
Cleveland 13, Cincinnati 10
Chicago Cubs 11, L.A. Angels (ss) 2
Kansas City 4, Texas 2
Colorado 11, Arizona 2

 

 

 

 

SUNDAY RESULTS - February 24

(college basketball)


TOP-25 COLLEGE BASKETBALL

(#18) Ohio State 68, (#4) Michigan State 60
(#6) Duke 89, Boston College 68
(#7) Michigan 71, Illinois 58
(#20) Pittsburgh 63, St. John's 47
(#25) Notre Dame 62, Cincinnati 41

TOP-25 WOMEN

(#24) Nebraska 66, Iowa 46

(N-B-A basketball)

L.A. Lakers 103, Dallas 99
Golden State 100, Minnesota 99
New Orleans 110, Sacramento 95
Miami 109, Cleveland 105
New York 99, Philadelphia 93
Memphis 76, Brooklyn 72
San Antonio 97, Phoenix 87
Portland 92, Boston 86
Oklahoma City 102, Chicago 72

(N-H-L hockey)

Boston 4, Florida 1
Detroit 8, Vancouver 3
Winnipeg 4, New Jersey 2
Chicago 1, Columbus 0
Carolina 4, N.Y. Islanders 2
Pittsburgh 5, Tampa Bay 3
Anaheim 4, Colorado 3, OT
Calgary 5, Phoenix 4

(Major League exhibition baseball)

Pittsburgh 9, Atlanta 2
Toronto (ss) 2, N.Y. Yankees 0
Detroit 5, Philadelphia 5, tie, 10 innings
Washington 2, Miami 2, tie, 10 innings
Tampa Bay 10, Minnesota 7, 10 innings
Houston 7, N.Y. Mets 7, tie
Boston 5, St. Louis 3
Baltimore 5, Toronto (ss) 4
Cleveland (ss) 3, Cincinnati 0
Kansas City 7, Texas 5
Chicago Cubs 4, San Francisco 3
Cleveland (ss) 7, Milwaukee 4
Oakland 7, L.A. Angels 5
Chicago White Sox 2, L.A. Dodgers 2, tie
Seattle 8, San Diego 3
Arizona 8, Colorado 6

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