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SATURDAY RESULTS - October 18

(volleyball)

(#7-4A)Le Mars (29-9) went 3-and-2 at the Bishop Heelan Invitational

Le Mars match results: defeated Sioux City North 25-12, 25-14  ..  lost to Sioux Falls O'Gorman 16-25, 19-25  ..  defeated (#4-3A)Sioux Center 21-13, 21-16  ..  defeated Sioux City East 15-21, 21-14, 15-12  ..  and lost to (#3-2A)Western Christian 14-21, 21-17, 7-15.

Le Mars statistical leaders:  KILLS: Holly Schneider 35 and Krista Zenk 34.  ASSISTS: Britney Thompson 80.  BLOCKS: Allison Wilken 4 and Britney Thompson 3.  DIGS: Bailey Rol 33 and Britney Thompson 26.  SERVING: Krista Zenk 41-47 / 4 aces and Allison Wilken 33-38 / 5 aces.

(college football)

COLLEGE PARK, Md. - Will Likely returned an interception 45 yards for a fourth-quarter touchdown, and Maryland rallied from an early 14-point deficit to beat Iowa 38-31 Saturday for its first Big Ten home victory.
The Terrapins (5-2, 2-1) scored 24 straight points after falling behind by two touchdowns with 8 1/2 minutes elapsed. It was 24-21 before Likely picked off a Jake Rudock pass and sprinted untouched into the end zone with 12:29 left.
Iowa (5-2, 2-1) committed three turnovers, sputtered offensively after its quick start and had its three-game winning streak end. Rudock went 32 for 56 for 317 yards and two touchdowns.

AUSTIN, Texas - Nick Rose kicked a 21-yard field goal with 3 seconds left, sending Texas to a wild 48-45 victory over Iowa State, snapping a two-game losing streak in what had been the worst start for the Longhorns in nearly 60 years.
Iowa State had tied it 45-45 with 28 seconds left on E.J. Bibbs' second touchdown catch. Texas quarterback Tyrone Swoopes then threw two long passes to Jaxon Shipley and John Harris to set up Rose's winning kick.
Sam Richardson passed for 345 yards for Iowa State (2-5, 0-4). The teams combined for more than 1,000 yards total offense.

CEDAR FALLS, Iowa -Melvin Taveras intercepted a Brion Carnes pass at his 3-yard line to seal a 31-28 South Dakota State win over U-N-I.
Kicker Justin Syrovatka made a 44-yard field goal with 1:47 left to play to help the Jackrabbits notch their first FCS win at UNI.
SDSU (5-2, 2-1 MVFC) led 28-14 with 8:58 to play after scoring 21 straight points. But UNI (3-4, 1-2) got a 2-yard TD run by David Johnson and minutes later a 58-yard interception return for a score by Ray Mitchell with 3:29 left to tie it 28-28.
Johnson, who ran for 78 yards for UNI, scored on a 50-yard run and Barkley Hill caught a 2-yard TD pass to give the Panthers a 14-7 halftime lead.
UNI's Sawyer Kollmorgen and Brion Carnes were 20-for-35 for 178 yards. But they were intercepted three times.

 

Maryland 38, Iowa 31
Texas 48, Iowa State 45
(19) Nebraska 38, Northwestern 17
South Dakota State 31, U-N-I 28
Missouri State 31, U-S-D 12
Augustana 52, Wayne State 48
Morningside 50, Dakota Wesleyan 7
Northwestern 27, Concordia (NE.) 21
Dordt 24, Nebraska Wesleyan 20
Buena Vista 48, Luther 41

TOP 25
(2) Florida State 31, (5) Notre Dame 27
(3) Mississippi 34, Tennessee 3
West Virginia 41, (4) Baylor 27
(7) Alabama 59, (21) Texas A&M 0
(8) Michigan State 56, Indiana 17
(9) Oregon 45, Washington 20
(10) Georgia 45, Arkansas 32
(14) Kansas State 31, (11) Oklahoma 30
(12) T-C-U 42, (15) Oklahoma State 9
(15) Ohio State 56, Rutgers 17
(17) Arizona State 26, (23) Stanford 10
(22) Southern Cal 56, Colorado 28
(24) Clemson 17, Boston College 13
(25) Marshall 45, F-I-U 13

(N-H-L hockey)

Washington 2, Florida 1, SO
Boston 4, Buffalo 0
Montreal 3, Colorado 2
Ottawa 3, Columbus 2
Detroit 1, Toronto 0, OT
San Jose 4, New Jersey 2
Pittsburgh 3, N.Y. Islanders 1
Philadelphia 6, Pittsburgh 5, OT
Chicago 2, Nashville 1, OT
St. Louis 6, Arizona 1
Tampa Bay 5, Vancouver 2

 

 

 

SUNDAY SCHEDULE - October 19

(N-F-L football)

Cincinnati at Indianapolis
Tennessee at Washington
Miami at Chicago
Cleveland at Jacksonville
Seattle at St. Louis
Carolina at Green Bay
Atlanta at Baltimore
Minneosta at Buffalo
New Orleans at Detroit
Kansas City at San Diego
N.Y. Giants at Dallas
Arizona at Oakland
San Francisco at Denver

MONDAY: Houston at Pittsburgh

 

 

 

 

 

MONDAY RESULTS - October 13

(cross country)

War Eagle Conference meet at Marcus

(girls results) (team standings)  1. Unity Christian (16)  ..  2. Hartley-Melvin-Sanborn (68)  ..  3. Hinton (86)  ..  4. Gehlen Catholic (95)  ..  5. West Sioux (102).  (individual champion)  Kassidy DeJong of Unity Christian (14:15.72).  Plymouth County All-Conference runners: 11. Emily Watson of Hinton (16:34.52)  ..  12. Allison Portz of Remsen St. Mary's (16:37.42)  ..  15. Maggie DeRocher of Gehlen Catholic (16:46.74).  Gehlen Catholic results: 15. Maggie DeRocher  ..  18. Christina Schmidt  ..  23. Rachel Tentinger  ..  35. Rachel Klein  ..  39. Hemi Han.

(boys results) (team standings)  1. Unity Christian (16)  ..  2. Trinity Christian (53)  ..  3. South O'Brien (67)  ..  4. Hinton (119)  ..  5. Gehlen Catholic (124).  (individual champion)  Schuyler Malenke of Unity Christian (16:35.53).  Plymouth County All-Conference runners: 6. David Grady of Remsen St. Mary's (17:37.40).  Gehlen Catholic results: 21. Nathan Klein (20:04.50) .. 25. David Puhl  ..  31. Jason Zenk  ..  36. Carter Sitzmann  ..  37. Andrew Wankum  ..  38. Liam Murphy  ..  41. Tyler Full.

(high school football)

(freshman) Le Mars 30 Boyden-Hull/Rock Valley 0  
(sophomore) Boyden-Hull/Rock Valley 22, Le Mars 12

Gehlen Catholic JV 22, Hinton JV 0

(N-F-L football)

San Francisco 31, St. Louis 17

(major league baseball playoffs)

AMERICAN LEAGUE CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES

GAME 3:  Baltimore at Kansas City - POSTPONED TO TUESDAY, RAIN & WIND

(N-H-L hockey)

Colorado 2, Boston 1
Anaheim 5, Buffalo 1
Ottawa 1, Florida 0
Tampa Bay 7, Montreal 1

 

 

 

 

TUESDAY RESULTS - October 14

(volleyball)

(#7-4A)Le Mars (26-7/6-1) def. Estherville/Lincoln Central 3-0 (25-18, 25-15, 25-17)

Le Mars statistical leaders:  KILLS: Krista Zenk 21, Holly Schneider 12, Janessa Milbrodt 8, and Allison Wilken 7.  ASSISTS: Britney Thompson 44.  BLOCKS: Holly Schneider 2 and Britney Thompson 1.  DIGS: Bailey Rol, Britney Thompson, Janessa Milbrodt and Holly Schneider had 5 each.  SERVING: Bailey Rol 12-15 / 4 aces, Krista Zenk 13-14 / 1 ace, Janessa Milbrodt 13-13 / 3 aces, Britney Thompson 12-12, and Holly Schneider 9-11 / 1 ace.



(#8-1A)Gehlen Catholic (19-14/9-1) def. Remsen St. Mary's 3-0 (25-13, 25-14, 25-16)

Gehlen Catholic's statistical leaders:  KILLS: Morgan Whitehead 11, Krayton Schnepf 8, Becca Konz 6, and Nicole Konz 3.  ASSISTS: Taylor Peters 25.  BLOCKS: Nicole Konz and Becca Konz had 1 each.  DIGS: Jill Kessenich 15, Carly Bunkers 13, Morgan Whitehead 13, and Taylor Peters 8.  SERVING: Becca Konz 17-18 / 3 aces, Jill Kessenich 17-18 / 3 aces, and Morgan Whitehead 10-12 / 2 aces.

(cross country)

Lakes Conference meet at Emmetsburg

(girls results) (team standings) 1. Western Christian (50)  ..  2. Spencer (55)  ..  3. Emmetsburg (73)  ..  4. Spirit Lake (82)  ..  5. Le Mars (102)  ..  6. Estherville/Lincoln Central (153)  ..  7. Storm Lake (208).  (individual champion)  Kenedie Kats of Western Christian (16:33).  Le Mars results: 8. Katie McAllister (17:15) (all-conf.) ..  10. Ellen Meis (17:18) (all-conf.) ..  18. Kenzie Theisen (17:44)  ..  32. Griselda Cobian (18:28)  ..  34. Katrina Engebretson (18:34)  ..  35. Jayden Weiler (18:35)  ..  42. Rose Pelelo-Ray (19:22).  JV: (team standings)  1. Spencer (21)  ..  2. Western Christian (57)  ..  3. Spirit Lake (69)  ..  4. Emmetsburg (74)  ..  5. Le Mars (106)  ..  6. Estherville/Lincoln Central (121).  (individual champion)  Haley Schaney of Spencer (18:21).  Le Mars results: 14. Kacey Hovden (19:26)  ..  18. Maddy Mahan (19:44)  ..  19. Hannah Wood (19:46)  ..  23. Riley Roepke (19:57).

(boys results) (team standings) 1. Spirit Lake (52)  ..  2. Storm Lake (89)  ..  3. (tie) Le Mars & Western Christian (91 each) (Le Mars claimed 3rd on criteria)  ..  5. Emmetsburg (104)  ..  6. Estherville/Lincoln Central (116)  ..  7. Spencer (141)  ..  8. Cherokee (232).  (individual champion) Lee Christiansen of ELC (16:58).  Le Mars results: 10. Brett Marek (18:30) (all-conf.) ..  14. Jeremy Ranschau (18:55) (all-conf.) ..  18. Jacob Burrell (19:08)  ..  21. Andrew Tonner (19:16)  ..  28. Tyler Carlson (19:46)  ..  31. Trevor Kliever (20:07)  ..  35. Alec Rieken (20:16).  JV: (team standings)  1. Spirit Lake (19)  ..  2. Spencer (63)  ..  3. Le Mars (66)  ..  4. Emmetsburg (152).  (individual champion) Jordan Steinle of Spirit Lake (20:03).  Le Mars results: 3. Glenn Clark (20:32)  ..  6. Parker Magnusson  ..  12. Cody Sherlock  ..  15. Lincoln Collins.

 

(major league baseball playoffs)

AMERICAN LEAGUE CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES

Kansas City 2, Baltimore 1  (Kansas City leads best-of-seven series, 3-0)

NATIONAL LEAGUE CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES

San Francisco 5, St. Louis 4, 10 innings  (San Francisco leads best-of-seven series, 2-1)

KANSAS CITY - The Kansas City Royals are one victory away from advancing to their first World Series in 29 years. The Royals nipped Baltimore 2-1 to take a 3-0 lead in their American League Championship Series at Kauffman Stadium. Billy Butler's sixth inning sacrifice fly broke a 1-1 tie for the Royals, who didn't allow a hit after the third inning. Game 4 is this afternoon.

SAN FRANCISCO -The San Francisco Giants take a 2-1 lead over St. Louis into tonight's Game 4 of the NL Championship Series following yesterday's 5-4 victory in 10 innings. Ryan Vogelsong goes for the Giants tonight (8:07 p.m. Eastern time) against Shelby Miller of the Cards.

(N-H-L hockey)

Anaheim 4, Philadelphia 3, SO
San Jose 6, Washington 5, SO
Buffalo 4, Carolina 3, SO
Calgary 3, Nashville 2, SO
N.Y. Islanders 6, N.Y. Rangers 3
Dallas 4, Columbus 2
Toronto 3, Colorado 2, OT
New Jersey 2, Tampa Bay 1
Los Angeles 6, Edmonton 1

 

 

 

WEDNESDAY RESULTS - October 15

(major league baseball playoffs)

AMERICAN LEAGUE CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES

Kansas City 2, Baltimore 1   (Kansas City wins best-of-seven series, 4-0)

NATIONAL LEAGUE CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES

San Francisco 6, St. Louis 4  (San Francisco leads best-of-seven series, 3-1)

KANSAS CITY - The Kansas City Royals are going to the World Series after yesterday's 2-1 victory gave them the American League pennant and a four-game sweep of the Baltimore Orioles. The Royals allowed just two runs and seven hits in winning the last two games of the series. Royals outfielder Lorenzo Cain was named the MVP of the series after batting .533 with five runs scored and several outstanding defensive plays.

SAN FRANCISCO - The San Francisco Giants can wrap up the National League pennant when they host the St. Louis Cardinals later today. Buster Posey had three RBIs and Yusmeiro Petit (yoos-MEHR'-oh peh-TEE') pitched three shutout innings of relief as the Giants rallied to beat the Redbirds 6-4 last night. Kolten Wong's solo homer put the Cardinals ahead 4-1 in the third before the Giants stormed back.

(N-H-L hockey)

Boston 3, Detroit 2, SO
Calgary 2, Chicago 1, OT
Arizona 7, Edmonton 4

 

 

 

THURSDAY RESULTS - October 16

(volleyball)

(#8-1A)Gehlen Catholic (20-14/10-1) def. Akron-Westfield 3-0 (25-23, 25-21, 25-11)

Gehlen Catholic's statistical leaders:  KILLS: Morgan Whitehead 18, Krayton Schnepf 8 and Becca Konz 7.  ASSISTS: Taylor Peters 29.  BLOCKS: Morgan Whitehead 4.  DIGS: Carly Bunkers 18, Jill Kessenich 12 and Morgan Whitehead 9.  SERVING: Becca Konz 23-25 / 5 aces, Jill Kessenich 12-14/ 2 aces, Carly Bunkers 10-12 / 2 aces, and Morgan Whitehead 7-9 / 3 aces.

(high school football)

CLASS 4A
Council Bluffs A-L 35, Sioux City West 0  (District 3)

(college football)

Dakota State 22, Briar Cliff 17

(20) Utah 29, Oregon State 23

(N-F-L football)

New England 27, N.Y. Jets 25

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. - Shane Vereen caught two of Tom Brady's three touchdown passes and had 114 total yards as the New England Patriots beat the New York Jets 27-25 to improve to 5-2. Brady was 20 of 37 for 261 yards, including a scoring pass that put the Pats ahead 27-19 midway through the fourth quarter. The outcome hung in the balance until the Patriots blocked a 58-yard field goal attempt on the final play.

(major league baseball playoffs)

NATIONAL LEAGUE CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES

San Francisco 6, St. Louis 3  (San Francisco wins best-of-seven series, 4-1)

SAN FRANCISCO - Travis Ishikawa's (ee'-shee-KAH'-wahz) three-run, walkoff homer in the bottom of the ninth gave the San Francisco Giants a 6-3 victory over the St. Louis Cardinals and their third National League pennant in five seasons. Every Giants run came via the longball as Joe Panik hit a two-run shot and pinch-hitter Michael Morse supplied the series-winning blast. The Giants have four days to prepare for Game 1 of the World Series Tuesday at Kansas City.

SAN FRANCISCO - San Francisco Giants pitcher Madison Bumgarner was named the MVP of the National League Championship Series. Bumgarner allowed three runs in eight innings during the series clincher last night after tossing shutout ball in Game 1. He was 1-0 with a 1.72 ERA in the NLCS.

(N-H-L hockey)

N.Y. Islanders 4, San Jose 3, SO
N.Y. Rangers 2, Carolina 1, SO
Los Angeles 1, St. Louis 0, SO
Dallas 3, Pittsburgh 2
Washington 6, New Jersey 2
Montreal 6, Boston 4
Ottawa 5, Colorado 3

 

 

 

 

FRIDAY RESULTS - October 17

(cross country)

Unity Christian Invitational

(girls results)

Varsity: (team standings) 1. M-O-C/Floyd Valley (40)  ..  2. Unity Christian (48)  ..  3. Western Christian (66)  ..  4. Le Mars & Sioux Center (tied-120, Le Mars takes 4th on criteria)  ..  6. Boyden-Hull/Rock Valley (157)  ..  7. Sheldon (161)  ..  8. George-Little Rock (223)  ..  9. Gehlen Catholic (268).  (individual champion)  Kassidy DeJong of Unity Christian (15:23).

Le Mars results: 16. Katie McAllister (16:43)  ..  17. Kenzie Theisen (16:48)  ..  20. Ellen Meis (16:50)  ..  31. Katrina Engebretson (17:26)  ..  36. Greselda Cobian (17:42)  ..  38. Jayden Weiler (17:55)  ..  48. Rose Pelelo-Ray (18:51).

Gehlen Catholic results: 45. Maggie DeRocher (18:41)  ..  50. Christina Schmit (18:55)  ..  54. Rachel Tentinger (19:50)  ..  59. Rachel Kellen (23:16)  ..  60. Hemi Han (27:12).

JV results: (team standings) 1. Unity Christian (24)  ..  2. Western Christian (46)  ..  3. Le Mars (95) (7 teams).  (individual champion) Adri Tilstra of Unity Christian (17:35).  Le Mars results: 13. Maddy Mahan (18:30)  ..  17. Riley Roepke (18:46)  ..  20. Jayme Kelly (19:19)  ..  21. Hannah Wood (19:20)  ..  24. Alaina Kessenich (19:42)  ..  25. Cassidy Utesch (19:51)  ..  27. Kacey Hovden (19:55).

MIDDLE SCHOOL: (team standings)  1. Le Mars (17)  ..  2. Unity Christian (58)  ..  3. Sioux Center (63).  Le Mars results: 1. Maddie Hurt (11:54)  ..  4. Chloe Calhoun (12:38)  ..  5. Chloe Bridgeford (13:11)  ..  8. Sarah Meis (13:48.2)  ..  9. Kara Albrecht (13:52)  ..  10. Whitney Boettger-Shrade (14:05)  ..  11. Hanna Francksen-Small (14:18).

(boys results)

Varsity: (team standings)  1. Unity Christian (44)  ..  2. Western Christian (81)  ..  3. M-O-C/Floyd Valley (87)  ..  4. Boyden-Hull/Rock Valley (125)  ..  5. Sioux Center (131)  ..  6. Trinity Christian (149)  ..  7. Le Mars (168)  ..  8. Sheldon (182)  ..  9. George-Little Rock (201)  ..  10. Gehlen Catholic (284).  (individual champion)  Tristan Hulstein of Western Christian (16:27).

Le Mars results: 17. Brett Marek (18:07)  ..  33. Jeremy Ranschau (18:49)  ..  36. Andrew Tonner (18:57)  ..  39. Tyler Carlson (19:18)  ..  43. Alec Rieken (19:30)  ..  44. Trevor Kliever (19:30)  ..  45. Jacob Burrell (19:31).

Gehlen results: 54. David Puhl (20:44)  ..  55. Jason Zenk (20:52)  ..  57. Andrew Wankum (21:16)  ..  58. Carter Sitzmann (21:23)  ..  60. Tyler Full (23:03)  ..  61. Liam Murphy (23:34).

JV results: (team standings)  1. Unity Christian (19)  ..  2. Sioux Center (52)  ..  3. Boyden-Hull/Rock Valley (65)  ..  4. M-O-C/Floyd Valley (112)  ..  5. Le Mars (115).  (individual champion)  Trey Schiebout of Unity Christian (19:04).  Le Mars results: 16. Glen Clark (20:12)  ..  19. Cody Sherlock (20:19)  ..  23. Parker Magnusson (20:26)  ..  27. Lincoln Collins (20:57)  ..  30. Isaac Lerdal (21:46)  ..  31. Zach Pratt (22:30)  ..  32. Luke Sudtelgte (22:32).  Gehlen results: 64. Andrew Kordick (25:41)  ..  65. Jozef Lamfers (25:41)  ..  66. T.J. Kruse (25:50).

MIDDLE SCHOOL: (team standings)  1. Sioux Center (30)  ..  2. Sibley-Ocheyedan (43)  ..  3. Western Christian (84)  ..  4. Le Mars (86)  ..  5. Unity Christian (125).  (individual champion) Grant Brouwer of Sibley-Ocheyedan (10:54).  Le Mars results: 3. Landen Parmalee (11:38)  ..  19. Tate Hogrefe (13:06)  ..  20. Tucker Heeren (13:21)  ..  21. Riley Oetken (13:21)  ..  23. Scott Ferguson (13:36)  ..  24. Nathan Boehmer (13:37)  ..  27. Joey DeBoer (13:53).  Gehlen results: 12. Tyler Zenk (12:28)  .. 27. Justin Schmit (13:27).

(high school football)

(LE MARS)  -- Boyden-Hull/Rock Valley blocked an extra point kick following Le Mars final touchdown with 10:54 to play and held on for a 28-27 victory in a Class 3A District 1 match-up at Jim Lorenzen Field Friday night.  The loss deals a blow to the Bulldogs' playoff hopes as they fall to 3-and-5 for the season and 2-and-3 in the district race.  Le Mars will need to beat #3-Bishop Heelan in their finale next Friday in Sioux City to keep their post season hopes alive.  Friday night's game featured an intense battle that went back-and-forth before the Nighthawks broke a 21-all tie with a three-yard scoring pass from Brady Post to Kobe Lutjens late in the third quarter.  The Bulldogs scored on their next possession on a 15 yard Koster Buss to Tyler Borchers pass but the blocked point after kept Boyden-Hull/Rock Valley in front to stay.  Post threw four touchdown passes to lead the Nighthawks to a victory that may have a secured a playoff spot.  Justin Schmidt was on the receiving end of two of those scoring tosses.  Tyler Paulson caught a 15 yard TD-pass from Buss to open the scoring midway through the first quarter to give Le Mars an early lead.  BH/RV took a 13-7 lead with a pair of touchdowns before Beau Ohm scored on a two yard run to put Le Mars back in front 14-13 with 6:42 to play in the first half.  Post threw his third TD pass of the first half to send the Nighthawks to the locker room with a 21-14 lead.  Le Mars knotted the score at 21-all on a nine yard Beau Ohm touchdown run with 8:24 to play in the third quarter.

(ALTA)  -- Alta-Aurelia took advantage of five turnovers to beat Gehlen Catholic 35-0 Friday night in a Class A District 2 match-up in Alta, keeping the Jays winless at 0-and-8 and 0-and-6 in district play.  Mitchell Fritz scored a pair of first half touchdowns for the Warriors on a two yard run and a 53-yard pass play and Connor Napierala scooped up a fumble and returned it 20 yards for a score to lead Alta-Aurelia to a 28-0 halftime lead.  Bryce Radke and Jesse Boehmer scored the other Warrior touchdowns.  Radke caught a screen pass and turned it into a nine yard touchdown play and Boehmer scored on a two yard run.  The Jays struggled offensively behind sophomore Cooper Davis, who was making his first career start at quarterback for Gehlen.  The Jays were held to 139 yards of offense and eight first downs.  Davis finished 9-of-17 passing for 88 yards and one interception.  He also had one of the Jays' four fumbles.  Solomon Freking and Robbie Gunter hauled in three passes each for Gehlen.  The Jays close out the 2014 season next Friday against Lawton-Bronson at Jim Lorenzen Field.

CLASS 3A
District 1
Boyden-Hull/Rock Valley 28, LeMars (3-5/2-3) 27
#3-Bishop Heelan 62, Storm Lake 0
Sergeant Bluff-Luton 51, Denison-Schleswig 38
(#2-2A)Spirit Lake 48, Spencer 35 (ND)

CLASS A
District 2

Alta-Aurelia 35, Gehlen Catholic (0-8/0-6) 0
Akron-Westfield (4-4/4-2) 28, Lawton-Bronson 26 
#10-Woodbury Central 27, South O'Brien 0
West Sioux 23, Sioux Central 20

CLASS 1A
District 2

#10-Hinton (7-1) 59, West Monona 12 (ND)
Sibley-Ocheyedan 40, Hartley-Melvin-Sanborn 30
#7-West Lyon 42, Ridge View 0
Western Christian 39, Unity Christian 21

CLASS 2A
District 1

Okoboji 24, Cherokee 18
MOC-Floyd Valley 17, Sheldon 9
#5-Sioux Center 7, Central Lyon/George Little Rock 6

CLASS 4A
Southeast Polk 56, Sioux City North 14   (District 1)
Sioux City East 63, Des Moines North 2 (District 2)

8-MAN GAMES
District 1

Ar-We-Va 70, Kingsley-Pierson (4-4/2-4) 38
Boyer Valley 40, #10-Exira/Elk Horn-Kimballton 33
River Valley 78, West Harrison 24
Newell-Fonda 67, Woodbine 16

District 2
#7-Marcus-Meriden-Cleghorn 59, Remsen St. Mary's (4-4/3-3) 24
West Bend-Mallard 62, Remsen-Union (1-7/1-5) 6
Laurens-Marathon 52, Clay Central-Everly 18
Graettinger-Terril/Ruthven-Ayrshire 58, Harris-Lake Park 19

(N-H-L hockey)

Florida 1, Buffalo 0
Columbus 3, Calgary 2
Detroit 4, Toronto 1
Nashville 2, Winnipeg 0
Vancouver 2, Edmonton 0
Anaheim 2, Minnesota 1

   

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