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KLEM Local Schedule (week of February 23)

MONDAY RESULTS - February 23

(high school basketball)

LE MARS  -- The number-six rated Le Mars Bulldogs scored the first 12 points of the game and had little trouble in dismissing Storm Lake from the tournament trail, winning their 3A District opener 69-31 Monday night at the Bulldogs new gym.  Le Mars led 28-4 by the end of the first quarter and 48-12 by halftime.  Reserves played much of the second half for the Bulldogs.  Tyler Borchers had 18 points and ten rebounds for Le Mars by halftime and played about a minute and a-half into the second half before calling it a night.  Borchers didn't add to his halftime totals.  Trent Hilbrands had ten points and Tyler Paulson and Pete Meis eight each for the Dogs.  Sophomore Parker Lange led the Tornadoes with 15.  Le Mars, now 18-and-4 for the season, plays Sergeant Bluff-Luton Thursday night in the District finals at Sioux City North in a 7 o'clock tip-off.  S-B-L edged Bishop Heelan 50-48 at the Bulldogs gym in the opening game Monday night as Jacob Schultz dropped in 15 points for the Warriors.  Sergeant Bluff-Luton, which improved to 12-and-10 with Monday's win, upset Le Mars 67-62 in December to hand the Bulldogs one of their four losses.

CLASS 3A BOYS DISTRICT SEMIFINALS
(district 1 / sub-state 1)
(at Le Mars)
Sergeant Bluff-Luton 50, Bishop Heelan 48
#6-Le Mars (18-4) 69, Storm Lake 31

(district 2 / sub-state 1)

(at Spencer)
#9-Spirit Lake 74, #5-M-O-C/Floyd Valley 66, overtime
Spencer 62, Algona 55

CLASS 4A  BOYS SUB-STATE QUARTERFINALS
(sub-state 1)
(at Sioux City West)
Sioux City East 83, Council Bluffs T-J 34
Lewis Central 64, Sioux City West 58

CLASS 1A GIRLS REGIONAL FINALS
(region 1 at S.C. North) Central Lyon 67, #3-Kingsley-Pierson (22-2) 54

(region 2 at Ida Grove) #2-Exira/Elk Horn-Kimballton 58, #8-George-Little Rock 45

CLASS 2A GIRLS REGIONAL FINALS
(region 1 at Moville) #2-Western Christian 60, Logan-Magnolia 29

(region 2 at Sibley) #1-Unity Christian 70, Okoboji 32

(college basketball)

Kansas State 70, (8) Kansas 63
(17) Louisville 52, Georgia Tech 51

(N-B-A basketball)

Miami 119, Philadelphia 108
New Orleans 100, Toronto 97
Chicago 87, Milwaukee 71
Houston 113, Minnesota 102
Boston 115, Phoenix 110
Brooklyn 110, Denver 82
Utah 90, San Antonio 81
Memphis 90, L.A. Clippers 87

(N-H-L hockey)

Anaheim 4, Detroit 3, SO
New Jersey 3, Arizona 0

 

 

 

 

 

TUESDAY RESULTS - February 24

(high school bowling)

Class 2A State girls meet at Plaza Lanes in Des Moines (final team standings) 1. Keokuk (2971)  ..  2. Fort Dodge (2807)  ..  3. Western Dubuque, Epworth (2796)  ..  4. Denison-Schleswig (2688)  ..  5. Newton (2633)  ..  6. Clinton (2478)  ..  7. Le Mars (2363).

(HIGH SERIES) Keokuk's Sydney Kramer (429).  (HIGH GAME) Fort Dodge's Shelby Jacobson (247).

(Le Mars scores) Caitlin Hughes (19th place) (194-169=363)  ..  Sydney Landis (157-156=313)  ..  Colleen Zenk (144-147=291)  ..  Miranda Fisher (140-133=273)  ..  Mikayla Smith (142-128=270)  ..   Stephanie Williams (122-114=236).

(high school basketball)

LAWTON  -- After going scoreless in the third quarter, Woodbury Central erupted for 32 points in the final eight minutes and finished the game on a 26-8 run to erase a 14-point deficit to stun number-nine Gehlen Catholic 55-51 in the 1A boys District Tournament semifinals Tuesday night in Lawton.  The Wildcats scored the final nine points of the game, all from the free throw line.  Keaton Fish hit all three foul shot attempts after being fouled on a three-point attempt with 17 seconds to play to narrow a 51-46 Gehlen lead to two.  Drew Widman's two free throws with 14 seconds left tied the game at 51-all before Clay Baldwin's two free throws with 4.4 seconds to play gave the Cats their first lead since the opening 30 seconds of the game.  The Jays, who's turnover total exceeded twenty for the night, threw the in-bounds pass off the sidelines, allowing Fish to hit two more free throws with 3.2 seconds to play to complete an incredible comeback to end Gehlen's season at 20-and-3.  Drew Widman led a balanced scoring attack for Woodbury Central with 18 points, 11 of which came in the final quarter.  Keaton Fish had 12, Clay Baldwin 11 and Jameson Mandl 10.  Jarod Steffes had 15 points for the Jays and Ryan Stoll added 10 before fouling out with 17 seconds to play.  Gehlen's leading scorer, Alex Kellen, was checked to just eight points and none in the fourth quarter.  Woodbury Central advances to Thursday District title game with a 10-and-13 record.  Nine Gehlen seniors wrapped up their careers Tuesday night.

Lawton-Bronson continued the upset theme in Lawton Tuesday night by holding off the number-two seed in District 16, Remsen St. Mary's, 49-46 to move into the Thursday night championship game at the Sioux City West gym.  Brett Prenger connected on his only three-pointer of the night with 4:31 to play in the game to erase a 38-37 St. Mary's lead and the Eagles never trailed again.  Prenger dropped in a pair of free throws with 18.8 seconds to play to give Lawton-Bronson a three-point lead and then turned to their defense to hold the Hawks scoreless to the finish.  Prenger also had a hand in checking the Hawks' leading scorer, Jacob Wesselmann, to two points on a pair of fourth quarter free throws.  Lawton-Bronson improves to 13-and-10 for the season while Remsen St. Mary's closes out a 15-and-8 campaign.  Keeston Hanks led the Lawton-Bronson scoring with 12 points with Nathan Kneifl chipping in with 10.  Brett Prenger and Cody Ricke had 9 each.  Colin Schroeder had 17 for St. Mary's and freshman Nick Ruden 13.

CLASS 1A BOYS DISTRICT SEMIFINALS
(district 16 / sub-state 8)
(at Lawton)
Woodbury Central 55, #9-Gehlen Catholic (20-3) 51
Lawton-Bronson 49, Remsen St. Mary's (15-8) 46

(district 15 / sub-state 8)
(at Mapleton)
#7-Ar-We-Va 50, Tri-Center 43
#3-Maple Valley/Anthon-Oto 58, Council Bluffs St. Albert 47

(district 1 / sub-state 1)
(at Rock Rapids)
#6-Boyden-Hull 65, Harris-Lake Park 59
South O'Brien 54, #5-Central Lyon 53

(district 2 / sub-state 1)
(at Manson)
Newell-Fonda 44, Bishop Garrigan 42
Graettinger-Terril/Ruthven-Ayrshire 73, Manson-NW Webster 71, overtime

CLASS 2A BOYS DISTRICT FINALS
(district 1 / sub-state 1)
Sioux Center 72, Hinton (14-6) 61

(district 2 / sub-state 1)
#2-Western Christian 71, Hartley-Melvin-Sanborn 54



CLASS 4A GIRLS REGIONAL FINALS

(region 1) #6-Bishop Heelan 56, Spencer 30

CLASS 5A GIRLS REGIONAL FINALS
(region 1) #2-Waukee 63, Sioux City East 26

 

(college basketball)

(14) Maryland 59, (5) Wisconsin 53
(6) Villanova 89, (25) Providence 61
Syracuse 65, (9) Notre Dame 60
North Carolina State 58, (15) North Carolina 46
(18) Arkansas 81, Texas A&M 75
(20) West Virginia 71, Texas 64

(N-B-A basketball)

Golden State 114, Washington 107
Cleveland 102, Detroit 93
Oklahoma City 105, Indiana 92
Dallas 99, Toronto 92

(N-H-L hockey)

Chicago 3, Florida 2, SO
Vancouver 2, Boston 1
N.Y. Islanders 5, Arizona 1
N.Y. Rangers 1, Calgary 0
Carolina 4, Philadelphia 1
Buffalo 4, Columbus 2
Montreal 5, St. Louis 2
Nashville 5, Colorado 2
Edmonton 2, Minnesota 1
Winnipeg 4, Dallas 2
Los Angeles 1, Detroit 0

 

 

 

WEDNESDAY RESULTS - February 25

(college basketball)

G-P-A-C Womens Conference Tournament:
Morningside 83, Dakota Wesleyan 72
Briar Cliff 70, Northwestern 54

G-P-A-C Mens Conference Tournament:
Morningside 95, Hastings 87
Briar Cliff 89, Nebraska Wesleyan 69
Midland Lutheran 89, Dordt 59

Men's Big 10 results:

Iowa 69, Illinois 60

TOP-25

(1) Kentucky 74, Mississippi State 56
(2) Virginia 70, Wake Forest 34
(4) Duke 91, Virginia Tech 86, OT
(10) Northern Iowa 68, Evansville 57
(11) Wichita State 63, Indiana State 53
(19) Baylor 79, (12) Iowa State 70
Richmond 67, (22) V-C-U 63, 2 OTs
(23) Butler 73, Marquette 52

(N-B-A basketball)

Miami 93, Orlando 90, OT
Atlanta 104, Dallas 87
Boston 115, New York 94
New Orleans 102, Brooklyn 96
Charlotte 98, Chicago 86
Milwaukee 104, Philadelphia 88
Minnesota 97, Washington 77
Houston 110, L.A. Clippers 105
Phoenix 110, Denver 96
L.A. Lakers 100, Utah 97
Sacramento 102, Memphis 90
Portland 111, San Antonio 95

(N-H-L hockey)

Calgary 3, New Jersey 1
Pittsburgh 4, Washington 3
Ottawa 3, Anaheim 0

 

 

 

 

THURSDAY RESULTS - February 26

(high school basketball)

SIOUX CITY -- The Le Mars boys basketball team not only avenged one of their four regular season losses Thursday night in the District finals but also made a BOLD statement -- that they were a team with the State tournament on their radar and they were taking no prisoners while on their march to Des Moines.  The sixth-rated Bulldogs overpowered Sergeant Bluff-Luton 61-35 at the North High gym to advance to Monday's 3A Sub-State game in Orange City.  The win avenged a 67-62 loss December 13th in Le Mars to Sergeant Bluff-Luton.  The Warriors jumped out to a 5-2 lead in the opening two minutes of the game Thursday while Le Mars was sizing up the S-B-L game plan.  The Dogs went to work at that point, reeling off ten straight points to take a 12-5 lead and they would never look in the rear view mirror again.  Leading 27-15 at halftime, Le Mars went on a 13-0 run in the third quarter to open up a 26-point lead and the rout was on.  The Bulldogs hit 60% from the floor, missing only nine shots over the final three quarters of the game.  The Warriors never seemed to have an answer for the inside presence of 6'7" Tyler Borchers and 6'5" Pete Meis as the two seniors scored 18 points each.  For Meis it was a career high.  Trent Hilbrands added 12 for the Bulldogs.  The defensive end of the floor is where the Bulldogs really shined Thursday night, holding S-B-L to a season-low 35 points on just 30% shooting while closing down the penetration of the Warrior guard court that keyed their December upset.   Jacob Schultz had 8 points to lead the Warriors scoring while Chris Kroll and Andrew Christensen added 7 each.  Le Mars takes a 19-and-4 record into a Sub-State match-up with number-nine Spirit Lake Monday night at the M-O-C/Floyd Valley gym.  The two Lakes rivals split their two regular season meetings, with Spirit Lake winning by nine at home while Le Mars won by 17 in the rematch at the Bulldogs gym to clinch the conference title February 10th.

CLASS 3A BOYS DISTRICT FINALS
(district 1 / sub-state 1)
#6-Le Mars (19-4) 61, Sergeant Bluff-Luton 35

(district 2 / sub-state 1)
#9-Spirit Lake 74, Spencer 66, two overtimes

CLASS 1A BOYS DISTRICT FINALS
(district 1 / sub-state 1)
South O'Brien 53, #6-Boyden-Hull 45

(district 2 / sub-state 1)
Graettinger-Terril/Ruthven-Ayrshire 53, Newell-Fonda 48

(district 15 / sub-state 8)
#3-Maple Valley/Anthon-Oto 74, #7-Ar-We-Va 59

(district 16 / sub-state 8)
Lawton-Bronson 58, Woodbury Central 52

(college basketball)

(3) Gonzaga 59, San Diego 39
(7) Arizona 82, Colorado 54
(13) Utah 83, Arizona State 41
(21) S-M-U 66, Memphis 57

(N-B-A basketball)

Cleveland 110, Golden State 99
Phoenix 117, Oklahoma City 113, OT

(N-H-L hockey)

St. Louis 2, Winnipeg 1, SO
Buffalo 6, Vancouver 3
N.Y. Rangers 4, Arizona 3
Montreal 5, Columbus 2
Toronto 3, Philadelphia 2
Chicago 3, Florida 0
Minnesota 4, Nashville 2
Ottawa 1, Los Angeles 0
Detroit 3, San Jose 2

 

 

 

FRIDAY RESULTS - February 27

(high school basketball)

CLASS 4A SUB-STATE SEMIFINALS
(sub-state 1)
Sioux City North 78, Sioux City East 73
Council Bluffs A-L 75, Lewis Central 57

(N-B-A basketball)

Philadelphia 89, Washington 81
Indiana 93, Cleveland 86
Atlanta 95, Orlando 88
Golden State 113, Toronto 89
New York 121, Detroit 115,2OT
Boston 106, Charlotte 98
New Orleans 104, Miami 102
Chicago 96, Minnesota 89
Houston 102, Brooklyn 98
L.A. Clippers 97, Memphis 79
Utah 104, Denver 82
San Antonio 107, Sacramento 96
L.A. Lakers 101, Milwaukee 93
Portland 115, Oklahoma City 112

(N-H-L hockey)

Colorado 5, Dallas 4, SO
Boston 3, New Jersey 2, OT
N.Y. Islanders 2, Calgary 1
Carolina 3, Washington 0
Tampa Bay 4, Chicago 0
Anaheim 4, Los Angeles 2

 

 

 

 

SATURDAY RESULTS - February 28

(high school basketball)

CLASS 1A BOYS SUB-STATE FINALS
(sub-state 1)
South O'Brien 54, Graettinger-Terril/Ruthven-Ayrshire 42

(sub-state 8)
#3-Maple Valley/Anthon-Oto 59, Lawton-Bronson 37

CLASS 2A BOYS SUB-STATE FINALS
(sub-state 1)
#2-Western Christian 49, Sioux Center 47

(college basketball)

G-P-A-C Womens Conference Tournament semifinals

Morningside 77, Briar Cliff 62

G-P-A-C Men Conference Tournament semifinals

Morningside 89, Briar Cliff 77

Big Ten results:

Iowa 81, Penn State 77

Top 25

(1) Kentucky 84, (18) Arkansas 67
(2) Virginia 69, Virginia Tech 57
B-Y-U 73, (3) Gonzaga 70
(4) Duke 73, Syracuse 54
(6) Villanova 78, Xavier 66
(7) Arizona 63, (13) Utah 57
(8) Kansas 69, Texas 64
(11) Wichita State 74, (10) Northern Iowa 60
Kansas State 70, (12) Iowa State 69
(14) Maryland 66, Michigan 56
(15) North Carolina 73, Miami 64
(16) Oklahoma 67, T-C-U 60
(17) Louisville 81, Florida State 59
(19) Baylor 78, (20) West Virginia 66
Dayton 59, (22) V-C-U 55
(23) Butler 67, DePaul 53
Boise State 56, (24) San Diego State 46

(Champions Indoor League football)

Sioux City Bandits 62, Omaha Beef 13

(N-B-A basketball)

Washington 99, Detroit 95
Atlanta 93, Miami 91
New York 103, Toronto 98
Memphis 101, Minnesota 97
Brooklyn 104, Dallas 94
Utah 82, Milwaukee 75
San Antonio 101, Phoenix 74

(N-H-L hockey)

Florida 5, Buffalo 3
Detroit 4, Nashville 3
Carolina 5, N.Y. Islanders 3
New Jersey 2, Columbus 0
Boston 4, Arizona 1
Montreal 4, Toronto 0
Philadelphia 4, N.Y. Rangers 2
Minnesota 3, Colorado 1
St. Louis 2, Edmonton 1
Ottawa 4, San Jose 2

 

 

 

SUNDAY RESULTS - March 1

(college basketball)

(5) Wisconsin 68, Michigan State 61
U-Conn 81, (21) S-M-U 73
(25) Providence 77, Marquette 66

(N-B-A basketball)

L.A. Clippers 96, Chicago 86
Houston 105, Cleveland 103, OT
Portland 110, Sacramento 99
Charlotte 98, Orlando 83
Indiana 94, Philadelphia 74
Golden State 106, Boston 101
Oklahoma City 108, L.A. Lakers 101
New Orleans 99, Denver 92

(N-H-L hockey)

Vancouver 6, St. Louis 5, SO
Winnipeg 5, Los Angeles 2
Florida 4, Tampa Bay 3
Pittsburgh 5, Columbus 3
Washington 4, Toronto 0
Anaheim 3, Dallas 1

 

 

 

   

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