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KLEM Local Schedule (week of October 14)

MONDAY RESULTS - October 14

(cross country)

Gehlen Catholic in the War Eagle Conference meet at Hawarden - postponed to Tuesday, October 15th

(high school football)

(freshman) Boyden-Hill/Rock Valley at Le Mars - cancelled
(sophomore) Boyden-Hull/Rock Valley at Le Mars - cancelled

Gehlen Catholic JV at Hinton JV - postponed to Thursday at 6:30

(N-F-L football)

San Diego 19, Indianapolis 9

(major league baseball playoffs)

NATIONAL LEAGUE CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES (best-of-seven)

GAME 3:  L.A. Dodgers 3, St. Louis 0  (St. Louis leads series, 2-1)

LOS ANGELES - The Los Angeles Dodgers are within two games to one in the National League Championship Series after Hyun-Jin Ryu allowed just three hits over seven innings of a 3-0 shutout of the St. Louis Cardinals. Adrian Gonzalez sparked the Dodgers' first rally, stroking an RBI single before scoring on Yasiel Puig's triple. Losing pitcher Adam Wainwright allowed two runs and six hits in seven innings after entering the game 4-0 with a 2.03 ERA lifetime in the postseason.

(N-H-L hockey)

Detroit 3, Boston 2
Washington 4, Edmonton 2
Minnesota 2, Buffalo 1``````

 

 

 

 

TUESDAY RESULTS - October 15

(cross country)

Lakes Conference meet at Cherokee

(girls results) TEAM STANDINGS: 1. Spencer  2. Emmetsburg  3. Spirit Lake  4. Le Mars.  Individual champion: Dondi Schmidt of Spirit Lake in 15:46.17.  Le Mars finishers: 12. Ellen Meis (16:50.17)  ..  13. Mary Meis (16:53.42)  ..  30. Katrina Engebretson (18:18.62)  ..  32. Michaela Thrun  ..  36. Griselda Cobian  ..  39. Kacey Hovden  ..  44. Darsie Eslinger.  JV results: 1. Spencer  3. Le Mars.  Le Mars finishers: 14. Fernanda Grajeda  ..  15. Riley Roepke  ..  16. Cassidy Utesch  ..  17. Annika Mattes.

(boys results) TEAM STANDINGS: 1. Spirit Lake  2.  Western Christian  3. Le Mars.  Individual champion: Ryan Bauermeister of Spencer in 16:12.90.  Le Mars finishers: 14. Jesse Nitzschke (17:57.85)  ..  18. A.J. Schroeder (18:31.59)  ..  19. Eli Engebretson (18:34.33)  ..  20. Brett Marek (18:34.71)  ..  22. Cody Sherlock (18:44.44)  ..  36. Trevor Kliever  ..  47. Parker Magnussen.  JV results: 1. Spirit Lake  3. Le Mars.  Le Mars finishers: 6. Dylan Allaway (19:33.58)  ..  10. Jeremy Ranschau (20:14.89)  ..  14. Chris Gorczynski  ..  15. Nic Madsen  ..  16. David Brown  ..  18.  Tyler Schallau  ..  19. Anthony Smith.

 

War Eagle Conference meet at Hawarden (make-up from Monday)

(girls results)  TEAM STANDINGS: 1. Unity Christian  2. Gehlen Catholic  3. Hinton.  Individual champion: Kassidy DeJong of Unity Christian in 16:27.77.  Gehlen Catholic finishers: 10. Alexis Madsen (18:37)  ..  11. Leah Ellensohn (18:50)  ..  14. Maggie DeRocher (19:28)  ..  16. Christina Schmidt (19:56)  ..  20. Rachel Tentinger (20:32)  ..  21. Emily Pohlen (20:38).

(boys results) TEAM STANDINGS: 1. Unity Christian  2. Trinity Christian  3. South O'Brien  4. Hinton  5. Hartley-Melvin-Sanborn  6. Remsen St. Mary's  7. West Sioux.  (Gehlen didn't field a full team).  Individual champion: Alex Van Ginkel of Trinity Christian in 17:34.54.  Gehlen Catholic finishers: 22. Nathan Klein (20:38)  ..  24. Ben Fuentes (20:54)  ..  37. Greg Langel  ..  48. David Puhl.

 

(volleyball)

Le Mars (19-9/5-1) def. Estherville/Lincoln Central 3-0  (25-11, 25-19, 25-1)

Le Mars statistical leaders:  KILLS- Holly Schneider 10, Madison Heidebrink 8 & Krista Zenk 8  ..  BLOCKS- Madison Heidebrink 1 & Alison Wilken 1  ..  ASSISTS- Britney Thompson 29  ..  DIGS- Holly Schneider 4 & Madison Heidebrink 2  ..  SERVING- Krista Zenk 14-17/2 aces,  Holly Schneider 14-14/1 ace, Madison Heidebrink 11-12/1 ace & Haley Purves 12-12/ 2 aces.


(#5-1A)Gehlen Catholic (19-10/7-2) def. Hartley-Melvin-Sanborn 3-1  (25-17, 21-25, 25-15, 25-13)

Gehlen Catholic statistical leaders:  KILLS- Morgan Whitehead 17, Hannah Kessenich 14, Bailey Wiltgen 9 & Alison Schnepf 8  ..  BLOCKS- Hannah Kessenich 4  ..  ASSISTS- Taylor Peters 25 & Mariah McCarty 19  ..  DIGS- Bailey Wiltgen 8, Taylor Peters 8 & Morgan Whitehead 7  ..  SERVING- Bailey Wiltgen 22-24/7 aces & Morgan Whitehead 18-20/6 aces.

 

(major league baseball playoffs)

AMERICAN LEAGUE CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES (best-of-seven)

GAME 3:  Boston 1, Detroit 0  (Boston leads series 2-1)

NATIONAL LEAGUE CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES
(best-of-seven)

GAME 4:  St. Louis 4, L.A. Dodgers 2  (St. Louis leads series, 3-1)

DETROIT - The Boston Red Sox have a 2-1 lead in the American League Championship Series after John Lackey pitched into the seventh and Mike Napoli homered in a 1-0 win over the Tigers in Detroit. Lackey held the Tigers to four hits while striking out eight in 6 2/3 innings, but he needed Napoli's seventh-inning blast in order to pick up the win. Napoli's home run came off Justin Verlander, who allowed just three other hits while fanning 10 in eight innings.

LOS ANGELES - Matt Holliday hit a two-run homer and pinch-hitter Shane Robinson added a solo shot as the St. Louis Cardinals beat the Dodgers 4-2 in Los Angeles to take a three-games-to-one lead in the National League Championship Series. Holliday had been 0-for-12 in the series and hitless in his previous 22 at-bats at Dodger Stadium before his homer put the Cardinals ahead 3-0 in the third inning. Winning pitcher Lance Lynn allowed two runs and six hits in 5 1/3 innings to help the Cardinals get within one victory of their fourth World Series appearance in 10 seasons.

 

(N-H-L hockey)

Buffalo 4, N.Y. Islanders 3, SO
Chicago 3, Carolina 2, SO
Toronto 4, Minnesota 1
Vancouver 3, Philadelphia 2
Pittsburgh 3, Edmonton 2
Tampa Bay 5, Los Angeles 1
Detroit 2, Columbus 1
San Jose 6, St. Louis 2
Nashville 4, Florida 3
Montreal 3, Winnipeg 0
Colorado 3, Dallas 2
Ottawa 4, Phoenix 3, OT

 

 

 

WEDNESDAY RESULTS - October 16

(major league baseball playoffs)

AMERICAN LEAGUE CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES (best-of-seven)

GAME 4:  Detroit 7, Boston 3   (series tied at 2-2)

NATIONAL LEAGUE CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES (best-of-seven)

GAME 5:  L.A. Dodgers 6, St. Louis 4   (St. Louis leads series, 3-2)

DETROIT - The Detroit Tigers evened the American League championship series at two games apiece after beating the Boston Red Sox 7-3 last night. Game 5 is this evening at Comerica Park matching a pair of 15-game winners, Detroit's Anibal Sanchez against Boston's Jon Lester.

LOS ANGELES - The St. Louis Cardinals made the Dodgers sweat a bit at the end but Los Angeles is heading to St. Louis for Game 6 Friday night after holding off the Cards 6-4 in the NL championship series. The Cards scored twice in the ninth but Dodgers reliever Kenley Jansen caught pinch-hitter Adron Chambers looking at a called third strike with the tying runs on base as the Dodgers cut the Cards' series lead to 3-2.

(N-H-L hockey)

N.Y. Rangers 2, Washington 0
Anaheim 3, Calgary 2

 

 

 

THURSDAY RESULTS - October 17

(volleyball)

(#7-2A)Hinton (23-7/10-0) def. (#5-1A)Gehlen Catholic (19-11/7-3)  3-0   (27-25, 26-24, 25-17)

Gehlen Catholic statistical leaders:  KILLS- Morgan Whitehead 16, Alison Schnepf 6 & Hannah Kessenich 5  ..  BLOCKS- Hannah Kessenich 4  ..  ASSISTS- Mariah McCarty 15 & Taylor Peters 11  ..  DIGS- Bailey Wiltgen 23, Miranda Bunkers 11 & Taylor Peters 8  ..  SERVING- Carly Bunkers 13-15/1 ace, Miranda Bunkers 11-11, Morgan Whitehead 10-11 & Jill Kessenich 10-11.

Hinton statistical leaders: KILLS- Tori Bishop 13, Lauren Hedlund 9 & Kasey Reuter 9  ..  BLOCKS- Christina Stuerman 4, Lauren Hedlund 4 & Kailey Burke 4  ..  ASSISTS- Brylee Schindel 16  ..  DIGS- Kasey Reuter 22 & Tori Bishop 21  ..  SERVING- Brylee Schindel 16-17/1 ace, Christina Stuerman 16-17 & Lauren Hedlund 9-10/2 aces.

(major league baseball playoffs)

AMERICAN LEAGUE CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES (best-of-seven)

GAME 5:  Boston 4, Detroit 3  (Boston leads series 3-2)

DETROIT - The Boston Red Sox are one victory away from reaching the World Series. Mike Napoli homered and the Red Sox edged Detroit 4-3 to take a 3-2 lead in the series that now moves to Fenway Park for Game 6 Saturday afternoon.

(college football)

(10) Miami (Fla) 27, North Carolina 23

(N-F-L football)

Seattle 34, Arizona 22

(N-H-L hockey)

St. Louis 3, Chicago 2, SO
Los Angeles 2, Nashville 1, SO
Dallas 4, San Jose 3, SO
Vancouver 3, Buffalo 0
Carolina 3, Toronto 2
N.Y. Islanders 3, Edmonton 2
Pittsburgh 4, Philadelphia 1
Montreal 5, Columbus 3
Ottawa 5, New Jersey 2
Tampa Bay 3, Minnesota 1
Boston 3, Florida 2
Detroit 4, Colorado 2

 

 

 

FRIDAY RESULTS - October 18

(cross country)

Unity Christian Invitational at Orange City

(girls results)   TEAM STANDINGS: 1. Unity Christian  3. Le Mars  6.Gehlen Catholic.  Le Mars results: 13. Ellen Meis (16:45.5)  ..  16. Mary Meis (17:04.3)  ..  20. Katrina Engebretson (17:42.5)  ..  23. Griselda Cobian (17:44.3)  ..  25. Michaela Thrun (18:04.4)  ..  27. Kacey Hovden (18:12.1)  ..  31. Fernanda Grajeda.  Gehlen Catholic results: 22. Alexis Madsen (17:43.8)  ..  28. Leah Ellensohn (18:13.8)  ..  33. Maggie DeRocher  ..  34. Christina Schmit  ..  35. Hannah Sitzmann  ..  36. Rachel Tentinger   ..  37. Emily Pohlen.

(boys results) TEAM STANDINGS: 1. Unity Christian  4. Le Mars  7. Gehlen Catholic.  Le Mars results: 7. Jesse Nitzschke (17:27)  ..  15. Brett Marek (18:22)  ..  21. Eli Engebretson (18:28)  ..  24. A.J. Schroeder (18:57)  ..  25. Cody Sherlock (19:03)  ..  27. Trevor Kliever (19:17)  ..  35. Donny Allaway.  Gehlen Catholic results: 32. Nathan Klein  ..  36. Ben Fuentes  ..  41. Greg Langel  ..  42. Ryley Price  ..  43. David Puhl  ..  44. Tyler Full.

(high school football)

(STORM LAKE) -- Le Mars ran off 30 unanswered point in the final six minutes of the first half to break away from a 14-7 lead and took a 44-7 lead to the locker room at halftime as the Bulldogs punched their playoff ticket in Class 3A with a 58-14 thrashing of Storm Lake Friday night.  Levi TeBrink guided Le Mars to six first half touchdowns on eight possessions, throwing for three touchdowns and running for another.  TeBrink threw a 25 yard TD pass to Tyler Paulsen on the Bulldogs first offensive play of the game and then connected on a 43-yarder to Chris Hatting in the second quarter.  The first half ended with TeBrink throwing to Tyler Borchers who lateraled to Hatting for a 32 yard scoring play.  TeBrink also ran three yards for a score and Beau Ohm dented the end zone on a pair of one yard runs before halftime.  Mitch Timp and Quentin Issiah Boddie ran for second half scores as Le Mars played back-ups for much of the final 24 minutes.  The Bulldogs rolled up 554 yards of offense for the night.  TeBrink was 9-for-12 passing for 203 yards while Le Mars had a season-best 351 yards rushing.  The Bulldogs improve to 3-and-5 for the season and 3-and-2 in district 2 play and will close out the 2013 regular season next Friday at home against number-ten Carroll in a 7:30 kick-off at Jim Lorenzen Field.  The halftime show next Friday will feature the mass band performance.

(LE MARS) -- Blake Wiltgen threw four touchdown passes and ran for a score to lead Gehlen Catholic to a 42-18 non-district win over Unity Christian Friday night in the Jays' final home appearance of the 2013 season.  Wiltgen threw a pair of scoring passes to Aaron Jentz of nine and 54 yards and connected with Mitchell Flack and Solomon Freking on short scoring strikes.  Wiltgen added a two yard run for six points in the second quarter.  Payton Bouma added Gehlen's final score with a 48 yard gallop in the first quarter.  The Jays led 28-6 by halftime.  Logan Schoonhoven ran for two scores for Unity Christian.  Wiltgen finished 12-of-21 passing for 148 yards while carrying the ball eleven times for 71 yards.  Bouma rushed for 116 yards on 16 carries.  Schoonhoven had 196 yards rushing for the Knights.  Gehlen improves to 4-and-4 for the season while Unity Christian falls to 0-and-8.  Gehlen closes out the regular season at Emmetsburg next Friday night, needing a win over the E-Hawks to secure a playoff spot in Class 1A, district one.  The game will be carried on KLEM starting at 6:45 with the Tony Gunter pregame show.

CLASS 3A - DISTRICT 2
Le Mars (3-5/3-2) 58, Storm Lake 14
(#1)Bishop Heelan 42, Denison-Schleswig 14
(#10)Carroll 27, Sergeant Bluff-Luton 6
(ND) (#8)Spencer 42, Algona 12

CLASS 1A - DISTRICT 1
(ND) Gehlen Catholic (4-4) 42, Unity Christian 18
(#9)South O'Brien 7, Emmetsburg 6
Western Christian 54, Okoboji 0
Hartley-Melvin-Sanborn 35, North Union 12

CLASS A - DISTRICT 1
(#7)Hinton 34, Alta-Aurelia 13
Lawton-Bronson 22, Akron-Westfield 14
(#1)West Lyon 45, Woodbury Central 0
West Sioux 30, Sibley-Ocheyedan 13

CLASS 2A - DISTRICT 1
(#6)Boyden-Hull/Rock Valley 55, Cherokee 6
Sioux Center 35, (#9)Central Lyon/George-Little Rock 0
M-O-C/Floyd Valley 29, Sheldon 26

CLASS 4A
Sioux City East 42, Des Moines Lincoln 0 (DIV. 1)
(#3)Ames 52, Sioux City North 34 (DIV. 2)
Sioux City West 17, Des Moines East 14 (DIV. 4)

other games
(#8-2A)Spirit Lake 45, South Central Calhoun 12
Westwood 22, Underwood 20
Manson-NW Webster 54, Maple Valley/Anthon-Oto 7
Ridge View 18, OA-BCIG 9
Garner-Hayfield 30, Estherville/Lincoln Central 8
Webster City 14, Humboldt 0

EIGHT-MAN - DISTRICT 1
Harris-Lake Park 63, Kingsley-Pierson 22
Remsen-Union 24, Remsen St. Mary's 12
River Valley 51, Whiting 12
(#8)Marcus/Meriden-Cleghorn 50, Clay Central-Everly 0


(major league baseball playoffs)

NATIONAL LEAGUE CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES (best-of-seven)

GAME 6:  St. Louis 9, L.A. Dodgers 0  (St. Louis win series, 4-2)

ST. LOUIS - Rookie Michael Wacha (WAH'-kah) allowed just two hits in seven innings as the St. Louis Cardinals ripped the Los Angeles Dodgers 9-0 for their fourth National League pennant since 2004. Wacha pitched shutout ball over 13 2/3 innings to be named series MVP. Carlos Beltran hit a pair of RBI singles and Shane Robinson added a two-run double  while the Redbirds were putting together a four-run third and a five-run fifth.

(college football)

Central Florida 38, (8) Louisville 35

(N-H-L hockey)

Winnipeg 4, St. Louis 3, SO

Anaheim 3, Phoenix 2, SO

 

 

 

 

SATURDAY RESULTS - October 19

(volleyball)

Bishop Heelan Classic at Sioux City East gym (Le Mars went 2-and-3 for the day and improved their season record to 21-and-12)

(pool C) Papillion-LaVista (Neb.) def. Le Mars 2-0  (25-21, 25-22)  ..  (#8-4A)Bishop Heelan def. Le Mars 2-1  (25-18, 25-27, 17-15)  ..  Le Mars def. Lawton-Bronson 2-0  (25-19, 25-23).

(consolation bracket) Le Mars def. Sioux City North 2-0  (25-17, 25-22)  ..  Sioux Falls Roosevelt def. Le Mars 2-0  (25-20, 25-22).

(college football)


COLUMBUS, Ohio - Carlos Hyde ran for 149 yards, including 106 yards and two touchdowns in the second half, to lead Number 4 Ohio State to a 34-24 victory over Iowa on Saturday.

It was the Buckeyes' 19th consecutive victory, the most in the nation and tying the second-best streak in school history.

But it didn't come easy. The Hawkeyes (4-3, 1-2 Big Ten) dominated offensively in the first half and led 21-14 at the break behind the passing of Jake Rudock and running of Mark Weisman and Damon Bullock.

Hyde tied it with the first rushing TD against Iowa this season on Ohio State's first drive of the third quarter, and the Buckeyes took over.


WACO, Texas - Bryce Petty threw for 343 yards and two touchdowns, Antwan Goodley had 182 yards receiving and two scores, and No. 12 Baylor tied a school record with its 10th straight win, beating Iowa State 71-7 on Saturday night.

The Bears, who came in averaging 70.5 points in four home games but were slowed in a come-from-behind win at Kansas State last week, led 37-0 at halftime and narrowly missed its first shutout win in the Big 12.

Baylor (6-0, 3-0 Big 12) matched its 10-game winning streak from 1936-37.

Iowa State (1-5, 0-3) was without quarterback Sam Richardson while Baylor pulled away in the second quarter. The Cyclones had nine first downs and three turnovers.

The Cyclones scored with 47 with seconds left on a 27-yard pass from Grant Rohach to DeVondrick Nealy. Corey Coleman returned the ensuing kickoff 97 yards to give Baylor its fourth 70-point game this season.



CEDAR FALLS - Kevin Earl's 1-yard touchdown run in overtime led South Dakota over Northern Iowa 38-31 in a Missouri Valley Conference showdown Saturday.

Earl's overtime plunge capped a huge day, as he ran for two touchdowns and threw for 370 yards and three touchdowns, leading the Coyotes (4-3, 3-1) back from a 21-point third quarter deficit to tie the game with five seconds in regulation.

Northern Iowa (4-3, 0-3) scored three consecutive touchdowns in the second and third quarters to put the Panthers up 28-7 late in the third.

But South Dakota stormed back as Earl completed a 43-yard touchdown pass to Riley Donovan, then ran eight yards for a score, before leading the 7-play, 58-yard game tying drive, which ended in a 3-yard scoring strike to Terrance Terry as time wound down.

David Johnson led Northern Iowa with 181 yards rushing and a touchdown, and Evan Williams added two rushing touchdowns in Cedar Falls.

(4) Ohio State 34, Iowa 24
(12) Baylor 71, Iowa State 7
U-S-D 38, U-N-I 31, two overtimes
Winona State 45, Wayne State 41
Morningside 62, Dakota Wesleyan 27
Northwestern 30, Concordia (NEB.) 28
Briar Cliff 37, Dakota State 31
Nebraska Wesleyan 28, Dordt 0
Central College 23, Buena Vista 13

(Nebraska was idle)

Top 25

(1) Alabama 52, Arkansas 0
(2) Oregon 62, Washington State 38
(5) Florida State 51, (3) Clemson 14
(4) Ohio State 34, Iowa 24
Mississippi 27, (6) L-S-U 24
(24) Auburn 45, (7) Texas A-and-M 41
(13) Stanford 24, (9) U-C-L-A 10
Tennessee 23, (11) South Carolina 21
(12) Baylor 71, Iowa State 7
(14) Missouri 36, (22) Florida 17
Vanderbilt 31, (15) Georgia 27
(16) Texas Tech 37,  West Virginia 27
(17) Fresno State 38, Nevada-Las Vegas 14
(18) Oklahoma 34, Kansas 19
Arizona State 53, (20) Washington 24
(21) Oklahoma State 24, T-C-U 10
(23) Northern Illinois 38, Central  Michigan 17
(25) Wisconsin 56, Illinois 32


(major league baseball playoffs)

AMERICAN LEAGUE CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES (best-of-seven)

GAME 6:  Boston 5, Detroit 2  (Boston wins series, 4-2)

BOSTON - The Boston Red Sox are going back to the World Series for the third time in 10 seasons.
Shane Victorino's seventh-inning grand slam propelled Boston to a 5-2 victory over the Detroit Tigers on Saturday night, clinching the AL championship series in six games and setting up a World Series rematch with the St. Louis Cardinals.
The Red Sox will host Game 1 on Wednesday night against the team they swept in 2004 to end their 86-year title drought. The Cardinals won the NL pennant on Friday night by eliminating the Los Angeles Dodgers in six games.
With 21-game winner Max Scherzer on the mound, Detroit took a 2-1 lead in the sixth inning and held it until Boston loaded the bases on a double, a walk and an error by shortstop Jose Iglesias. Victorino lofted an 0-2 pitch from Jose Veras over the Green Monster.

 

(N-H-L hockey)

Pittsburgh 4, Vancouver 3, SO
Florida 2, Minnesota 1, SO
Edmonton 3, Ottawa 1
Colorado 4, Buffalo 2
Nashville 2, Montreal 1
Boston 5, Tampa Bay 0
New Jersey 4, N.Y. Rangers 0
Carolina 4, N.Y. Islanders 3
Washington 4, Columbus 1
Chicago 3, Toronto 1
Phoenix 5, Detroit 2
San Jose 6, Calgary 3
Los Angeles 5, Dallas 2





SUNDAY RESULTS - October 20

(N-F-L football)

Atlanta 31, Tampa Bay 23
Washington 45, Chicago 41
Dallas 17, Philadelphia 3
N.Y. Jets 30, New England 27, OT
Buffalo 23, Miami 21
Carolina 30, St. Louis 15
Cincinnati 27, Detroit 24
San Diego 24, Jacksonville 6
San Francisco 31, Tennessee 17
Kansas City 17, Houston 16
Green Bay 31, Cleveland 13
Pittsburgh 19, Baltimore 16
Indianapolis 39, Denver 33
Open: New Orleans, Oakland

 

(N-H-L hockey)

Columbus 3, Vancouver 1
Nashville 3, Winnipeg 1
Anaheim 6, Dallas 3

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