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MONDAY RESULTS - January 11

(high school bowling)

(girls results)

Le Mars (6-0) 2511, Sergeant Bluff-Luton 1696 HIGH SERIES: Caitlin Hughes of Le Mars (423).  HIGH GAME: Caitlin Hughes of Le Mars (226).  J.V. results: Le Mars 2122, S-B-L had an incomplete score.  HIGH SERIES: Jordan Schleis of Le Mars (301).  HIGH GAME: Lexi Maddox of Le Mars (169).  Exhibition highlights: Kelli Susemihl had a 298 series and Lauren Maddox rolled a 169 game.

(boys results)

Le Mars (6-0) 2974, Sergeant Bluff-Luton 2252 HIGH SERIES: Deyton Augustine of Le Mars (428).  HIGH GAME: Deyton Augustine of Le Mars (234).  J.V. results: Le Mars 2575, S-B-L had an incomplete score.  HIGH SERIES: Russ Pope of Le Mars (393).  HIGH GAME: Russ Pope of Le Mars (214).  Exhibition highlights: Zach Guzafy had a 389 series and a 223 game.

(high school basketball)

(B) Remsen St. Mary's 78, Clay Central-Everly 39

(B) Bishop Heelan 52, South Sioux City 41

(G) Ridge View 51, Storm Lake 26
(B) Storm Lake 66, (#10-2A)Ridge View 64

(G) (#4-3A)Cherokee 102, Hartley-Melvin-Sanborn 58
(B) Hartley-Melvin-Sanborn 74, Cherokee 65

(G) Jackson County (MN.) 61, Estherville/Lincoln Central 48
(B) Jackson County (MN.) 77, Estherville/Lincoln Central 35

(G) Marcus/Meriden-Cleghorn 55, South O'Brien 37* (make-up)
(B) South O'Brien 82, Marcus/Meriden-Cleghorn 46* (make-up)

(G)
(B) (#4-1A)Boyden-Hull 68, Rock Valley 50 (make-up)

(G) (#5-3A)Spirit Lake 62, Sioux Central 59, overtime

(G) Siouxland Christian 54, East Sac County 50 (make-up)
(B) Siouxland Christian 60, East Sac County 55 (make-up)

(G) River Valley 40, West Monona 33 (make-up)
(B) West Monona 69, River Valley 42 (make-up)

(G) Woodbine 71, Whiting 33 (make-up)
(B) Woodbine 69, Whiting 59 (make-up)

(college football)

COLLEGE FOOTBALL CHAMPIONSHIP GAME at Glendale, Arizona
(2) Alabama (14-1) 45, (1) Clemson (14-1) 40

GLENDALE, Ariz. - Heisman Trophy winner Derrick Henry had 158 yards and three touchdowns on 36 carries to help Alabama win college football's national championship for the fourth time in seven years, 45-40 over Clemson. O.J. Howard had five receptions for 208 yards and two touchdowns, while Jake Coker was 16 of 25 for 335 yards, two TDs and no interceptions. Alabama coach Nick Saban won his fifth national championship despite the quarterbacking of Clemson's Deshaun Watson, who threw for 405 yards and four touchdowns.

(N-B-A basketball)

San Antonio 106, Brooklyn 79
Washington 114, Chicago 100
Golden State 111, Miami 103

(N-H-L hockey)

N.Y. Rangers 2, Boston 1
San Jose 5, Calgary 4
Vancouver 3, Florida 2, OT
Los Angeles 4, Detroit 2

 

 

 

TUESDAY RESULTS - January 12

(high school bowling)

(girls results)

Le Mars (7-0) 2366, Sioux Central-Spencer 2123 HIGH SERIES: Steph Williams (336).   HIGH GAME: Steph Williams (205).  Le Mars scores: Steph Williams 336, Lexi Schroeder 331, Abby Whiddon 309, Caitlin Hughes 295, Mikayla Smith 280, and Sydney Landis 262.  J.V. results: Le Mars 1896, Sioux Central/Spencer had an incomplete team.  HIGH SERIES: Jordan Schleis (290).  HIGH GAME: Jordan Schleis (156).

(boys results)

Le Mars (7-0) 2742, Sioux Central/Spencer 2013. HIGH SERIES: Jacob Beyer (442).  HIGH GAME: Deyton Augustine (231).  Le Mars scores: Jacob Beyer 442, Deyton Augustine 369, Matt Hystad 363, Gabe Jensen 326, Noah Holder 299, and Kyle Zenk 288.  J.V. results: Le Mars 2451, Sioux Central/Spencer had an incomplete team.  HIGH SERIES: Riley Augustine (397).  HIGH GAME: Riley Augustine (234).

(high school basketball)

LE MARS -- Marcus/Meriden-Cleghorn remained unbeaten at 10-and-0 in girls basketball Tuesday night with a 66-39 victory at Gehlen Catholic in War Eagle Conference action at the Ronald Fox Memorial gymnasium.  The Eagles led wire-to-wire in improving to 5-and-0 in the W-E-C to remain tied with Unity Christian for the league lead.  Sarah Dreckman had 21 points for M-M-C and Rachael Meehen 17.  Jolee Linden dropped in 13 for Gehlen Catholic, who saw their season record slip to 1-and-8 and 1-and-4 in league play.

In boys game, Marcus/Meriden-Cleghorn went on a 13-0 run during a five minute span in the first half to erase a 10-6 deficit and the Eagles were never headed after that, beating Gehlen Catholic 60-46.  The Jays whittled a 16-point third quarter deficit to five going into the fourth quarter but a 10-3 start to the final period by M-M-C put the game out of reach.  The Eagles had four of their five starters score in double figures, led by Ben Specht with 16, Jacob Spieler and Jake Hunter had 13 each and Jerome Holmes added 11.  Carson Kneip led Gehlen with 14 while Cole Wiltgen dropped in 12.  The Jays fall to 4-and-5 for the season and 2-and-3 in the War Eagle Conference.  M-M-C improves to 5-and-4 and 3-and-2 in league play.

The Gehlen boys travel to Lawton-Bronson Thursday for a make-up game and both the guys and gals travel to South O'Brien Friday for more War Eagle Conference action.  M-M-C hosts Remsen-Union Friday.

LE MARS -- The Sioux Center boys controlled the middle two quarters of their non-conference game at Le Mars Tuesday night and the Warriors won a 77-65 decision over the Bulldogs.  Matt Van Engen poured in 31 points to lead Sioux Center in scoring with Marcus Winterfeld adding another 19.  Trent Hilbrands had 29 points for the Bulldogs but no one else scored in double figures.  Logan Lancaster and James Brownmiller had eight each and Will Pottebaum had seven.  Sioux Center improves to 8-and-3 while Le Mars falls to 4-and-6 for the season.  The Bulldogs host Emmetsburg Friday as they return to Lakes Conference play.

WAR EAGLE CONFERENCE
(G) Marcus/Meriden-Cleghorn 66, Gehlen Catholic 39 (1-8/1-4)*
(B) Marcus/Meriden-Cleghorn 60 Gehlen Catholic 46 (4-5/2-3)*

(G) Akron-Westfield 57, Remsen St. Mary's 49, overtime*
(B) Remsen St. Mary's 85, Akron-Westfield 54*

(G) Remsen-Union 58, Harris-Lake Park 55*
(B) Harris-Lake Park 75, Remsen-Union 28*

(G) Hinton 60, Hartley-Melvin-Sanborn 42*
(B) Hartley-Melvin-Sanborn 73, Hinton 67*

(G) Clay Central-Everly 40, Trinity Christian 34*
(B) Trinity Christian 78, Clay Central-Everly 62*

(G) (#1-2A)Unity Christian 71, Boyden-Hull 22
(B) (#4-1A)Boyden-Hull 69, Unity Christian 60

(G) Sioux Central 38, South O'Brien 28
(B) South O'Brien 75, Sioux Central 25

LAKES CONFERENCE
(B) Sioux Center 77, Le Mars 65 (4-6)

(G) (#5-2A)Western Christian 64, M-O-C/Floyd Valley 33
(B) (#1-2A)Western Christian 62, (#9-3A)M-O-C/Floyd Valley 53

(G) Spencer 63, Sheldon 41
(B) Spencer 73, Sheldon 69

(G) (#6-2A)Okoboji 59, Emmetsburg 39
(B) Okoboji 68, Emmetsburg 59

WESTERN VALLEY CONFERENCE
(G) (#11-2A)Lawton-Bronson 45, (#4-1A)Kingsley-Pierson (10-1) 39
(B) Lawton-Bronson 54, Kingsley-Pierson 40

(G) Woodbury Central 65, OA-BCIG 37
(B) OA-BCIG 55, Woodbury Central 42

(G) Ridge View 58, Maple Valley/Anthon-Oto 44
(B) (#10-2A)Ridge View 58, Maple Valley/Anthon-Oto 45

(G) River Valley 60, Siouxland Christian 43
(B) Siouxland Christian 66, River Valley 31

(G) (#14-1A)Westwood 65, West Monona 37
(B) Westwood 51, West Monona 47

MISSOURI RIVER ACTIVITIES CONFERENCE
(G) Sioux City East 55, Council Bluffs A-L 43
(B) (#8-4A)Council Bluffs A-L 74, Sioux City East 60

(G) Sioux City North 65, Council Bluffs T-J 39
(B) Sioux City North 73, Council Bluffs T-J 43

(G) (#14-5A)Sioux City West 64, Sergeant Bluff-Luton 45
(B) Sergeant Bluff-Luton 61, Sioux City West 46

(G) (#7-4A)Lewis Central 71, (#9-4A)Bishop Heelan 25

(college basketball)

(11) West Virginia 74, (1) Kansas 63
Michigan 70, (3) Maryland 67
(7) Xavier 84, DePaul 64
(13) Virginia 66, ( 8) Miami 58
(12) Providence 50, Creighton 48
(14) Kentucky 80, Mississippi State 74
(15) Texas A&M 71, Florida 68
Texas 94, (17) Iowa State 91, OT

(N-B-A basketball)

Indiana 116, Phoenix 97
San Antonio 109, Detroit 99
New York 120, Boston 114
Oklahoma City 101, Minnesota 96
Milwaukee 106, Chicago 101
Houston 107, Memphis 91
Cleveland 110, Dallas 107, OT
L.A. Lakers 95, New Orleans 91
.

(N-H-L hockey)

N.Y. Islanders 5, Columbus 2
Carolina 3, Pittsburgh 2, OT
St. Louis 5, New Jersey 2
Buffalo 3, Minnesota 2
San Jose 4, Winnipeg 1
Chicago 3, Nashville 2
Tampa Bay 4, Colorado 0
Arizona 4, Edmonton 3, OT

 

 

 

WEDNESDAY RESULTS - January 13

(college basketball)

(2) Oklahoma 74, Oklahoma State 72
(6) Villanova 83,  Marquette 68
Clemson 68, (9) Duke 63
(10) S-M-U 79, East Carolina 55
Alabama 73, (19) South Carolina 50
(22) Baylor 82, T-C-U 54
(24) Purdue 74,  Penn State 57

(N-B-A basketball)

Washington 106, Milwaukee 101
Charlotte 107, Atlanta 84
Brooklyn 110, New York 104
Houston 107, Minnesota 104
Oklahoma City 108, Dallas 89
Boston 103, Indiana 94
Denver 112, Golden State 110
New Orleans 109, Sacramento 97
Portland 99, Utah 85
L.A. Clippers 104, Miami 90

(N-H-L hockey)

Columbus 3, Toronto 1
Philadelphia 3, Boston 2
Calgary 6, Florida 0
Anaheim 4, Ottawa 1

 

 

 

THURSDAY RESULTS - January 14

(high school basketball)

ORANGE CITY  -- Eleven years ago M-O-C/Floyd Valley and Le Mars played a five-overtime thriller in a Regional girls basketball game in Orange City.  The two played overtime again Thursday night but this time settled things with just one extra four-minute period as M-O-C/Floyd Valley prevailed in a low scoring contest 46-42.  Six-foot junior Morgan DeJong came off the bench to lead the Dutch with 14 points, including four in the overtime period as M-O-C/Floyd Valley outscored Le Mars 7-3 in the extra session.  Breanne Schuiteman added 13 for the Dutch, connecting on 8-of-10 from the foul line.  Madison Dreckman had 13 and Sidney Baumgartner 12 for Le Mars.  Baumgartner's tip-in with eleven seconds left in regulation sent the game into overtime.  Le Mars falls to 5-and-7 heading into a Friday night Lakes Conference game against Emmetsburg at the Bulldogs gym.  M-O-C/Floyd Valley improves to 7-and-5 and they'll host Boyden-Hull Friday in the Siouxland Conference.

LAWTON  -- Lawton-Bronson rolled to a 32-18 halftime lead and went onto beat Gehlen Catholic 62-46 Thursday night in Lawton to make-up a postponement from November 30th.  The loss drops Gehlen to 4-and-6 for the season.  A.J. Lefler led a balanced Eagles attack with 13 with Keeston Hanks adding 11.  Cole Wiltgen led all scorers with 15 for the Jays.  Gehlen travels to South O'Brien Friday for War Eagle Conference play.

(G) M-O-C/Floyd Valley 46, Le Mars (5-7) 42, overtime

(B) Lawton-Bronson 62, Gehlen Catholic (4-6) 46

(G) Akron-Westfield 47, Alcester-Hudson (S.D.) 40
(B) Alcester-Hudson (S.D.) 64, Akron-Westfield 48

(G) (#5-1A)Kingsley-Pierson 58, Storm Lake St. Mary's 28
(B) Storm Lake St. Mary's 65, Kingsley-Pierson 50

(B) Sioux City West 71, Hinton 51

(G) Sioux City North 44, Sioux City East 42

(G) Sioux Falls Washington 60, Bishop Heelan 46

(G) Dakota Valley 71, Maple Valley/Anthon-Oto 42

(G) (#6-1A)Newell-Fonda 65, Estherville/Lincoln Central 40
(B) Newell-Fonda 50, Estherville/Lincoln Central 44

(G) Spencer 40, Algona 29
(B) Spencer 62, Algona 52

(G) Canton (S.D.) 52, West Sioux 40
(B) West Sioux 51, Canton (S.D.) 42

(G) Siouxland Christian 62, Walthill (Neb.) 42
(B) Walthill (Neb.) 81, Siouxland Christian 51

(G) West Monona 52, Whiting 27
(B) West Monona 60, Whiting 39

(college basketball)

EAST LANSING, Mich. - No. 16 Iowa remains unbeaten in the Big Ten after a surprisingly easy victory against fourth-ranked Michigan State.
Peter Jok scored 19 of his 23 points while the Hawkeyes were building a 22-point halftime lead in a 76-59 rout of the Spartans. The Hawkeyes dominated the Spartans for the second time in two weeks and beat them on the road for the first time since 1993.  Michigan State was down by 22 points at intermission, its largest halftime deficit in the regular season since trailing at Michigan by 23 points at the break in 1997.  The Hawkeyes are 4-0 in the conference and 13-3 overall. The Spartans are 16-2 this season, 3-2 in the Big Ten.

(16) Iowa 76, (4) Michigan State 59
(18) Arizona 99, Washington 67
(21) Louisville 59, (20) Pittsburgh 41
B-Y-U 69, (25) Gonzaga 68

(N-B-A basketball)

Toronto 106, Orlando 103, OT
Chicago 115, Philadelphia 111, OT
San Antonio 99, Cleveland 95
Memphis 103, Detroit 101
Sacramento 103, Utah 101
Golden State 116, L-A Lakers 98

(N-H-L hockey)

N-Y Islanders 3, N-Y Rangers 1
Washington 4, Vancouver 1
Chicago 2, Montreal 1
Carolina 4, St. Louis 1
Winnipeg 5, Nashville 4, OT
Detroit 3, Arizona 2, OT
Colorado 3, New Jersey 0
San Jose 2, Edmonton 1, SO

 

 

 

FRIDAY RESULTS - January 15

(high school basketball)

LE MARS  -- The Le Mars boys halted a three-game losing skid Friday night with a 75-45 thumping of Emmetsburg in Lakes Conference basketball action at the Bulldogs' new gym.  Le Mars opened the second half with a 19-4 run to extend a 15-point halftime lead to a 30-point cushion five minutes into the third quarter.  The lead reached 35 points in the opening minute of the final quarter.  Trent Hilbrands led three Bulldogs in double figures with 19 points.  Dylan Harms drilled a trio of three-pointers enroute to a career-best 15 points and James Brownmiller also had three 3's and finished with 11.  The Bulldogs had ten treys for the night, earning $30 for the school from American Bank, who has pledged to pay each school in Le Mars $3 for every three-pointer the schools hit during their home games.  Dalton Connelly had 18 points and Thomas Schultes added 12 for the E-Hawks.  Le Mars improves to 5-and-6 for the season and 4-and-3 in the Lakes Conference heading into a showdown with the league leading Western Christian Wolfpack Tuesday night in Le Mars.

The Le Mars girls also returned to the win column after two road losses, beating Emmetsburg 45-30 Friday.  Sophomore Jen Schneider matched her season-best scoring performance with 18 points for the Lady Bulldogs with Madison Dreckman adding nine and Cassidy Utesch and Katrina Engebretson getting eight each.  Le Mars improves to 6-and-7 for the season and 4-and-3 in league play.

PAULLINA -- It was another tough night offensively for the Gehlen Catholic guys and gals as South O'Brien swept a War Eagle Conference doubleheader from the Jays in Paullina.  The South O'Brien girls earned their first win of the season, 63-37 over the Lady Jays to improve to 1-and-12.  Gehlen falls to 1-and-9 for the season and 1-and-5 in the W-E-C.  The Wolverines led 21-18 at halftime before outscoring Gehlen 42-19 in the second half.  Amanda Litka had 16 for South O'Brien and Whitney Sickelka added 10.  Krayton Schnepf, Jaci Alesch and Grace Auchstetter had seven each for Gehlen.

The South O'Brien boys improved their War Eagle Conference record to 6-and-0 to stay a half-game ahead of Hartley-Melvin-Sanborn in the league standings and are now 11-and-1 for the season after beating Gehlen Catholic 56-35 Friday night.  Damon Struve led a balanced scoring attack for the Wolverines with 17, Cameron Maxwell had 13 and Kyle Paulson ten.  Roman Freking and Cole Wiltgen led Gehlen Catholic with eight each.  The Jays slip to 4-and-7 for the season and 2-and-4 in the conference.

The Gehlen guys and gals host Woodbury Central Monday night.  The doubleheader will be carried on KLEM.

LAKES CONFERENCE
(G) Le Mars (6-7/4-3) 45, Emmetsburg 30
(B) Le Mars (5-6/4-3) 75, Emmetsburg 45

(G) (#5-2A)Western Christian 82, (#4-3A)Cherokee 56
(B) (#1-2A)Western Christian 76, Cherokee 34

(G) Spencer 52, Estherville/Lincoln Central 35
(B) Spencer 69, Estherville/Lincoln Central 52

(G) (#7-3A)Spirit Lake 61, Storm Lake 24
(B) (#6-3A)Spirit Lake 89, Storm Lake 38

WAR EAGLE CONFERENCE
(G) South O'Brien 63, Gehlen Catholic (1-9/1-5) 37* 
(B) South O'Brien 56, Gehlen Catholic (4-7/2-4) 35*

(G) Hinton 55, Remsen St. Mary's 49*
(B) Hinton 74, Remsen St. Mary's 64*

(G) (#15-1A)Marcus/Meriden-Cleghorn 68, Remsen-Union 38*
(B) Marcus/Meriden-Cleghorn 73, Remsen-Union 32*

(G) Harris-Lake Park 56, West Sioux 48*
(B) Harris-Lake Park 77, West Sioux 71*

(G) Hartley-Melvin-Sanborn 69, Trinity Christian 32*
(B) Hartley-Melvin-Sanborn 76, Trinity Christian 59*

(G) (#1-2A)Unity Christian 66, Clay Central-Everly 12*
(B) Unity Christian 64, Clay Central-Everly 34*

WESTERN VALLEY CONFERENCE
(G) (#5-1A)Kingsley-Pierson 86, Woodbury Central 76
(B) Woodbury Central 72, Kingsley-Pierson 71

(G) (#13-2A)Lawton-Bronson 84, West Monona 41
(B) Lawton-Bronson 53, West Monona 50

(G) Maple Valley/Anthon-Oto 48, Siouxland Christian 23
(B) Maple Valley/Anthon-Oto 55, Siouxland Christian 42

(G) (#14-1A)Westwood 56, River Valley 21
(B) Westwood 70, River Valley 31

(G) Ridge View 44, OA-BCIG 41
(B) (#10-2A)Ridge View 59, OA-BCIG 46

(G) Allen (Neb.) 56, Whiting 30
(B) Whiting 61, Allen (Neb.) 35

SIOUXLAND CONFERENCE
(G) Boyden-Hull 43, M-O-C/Floyd Valley 37
(B) (#4-1A)Boyden-Hull 71, (#9-3A)M-O-C/Floyd Valley 63

(G) (#5-3A)Sioux Center 78, Central Lyon 30
(B) Sioux Center 64, Central Lyon 59

(G) George-Little Rock 56, Sheldon 39
(B) Sheldon 64, George-Little Rock 49

(G) (#6-2A)Okoboji 61, West Lyon 41
(B) West Lyon 69, Okoboji 57

(G) Rock Valley 62, Sibley-Ocheyedan 39
(B) Rock Valley 56, Sibley-Ocheyedan 54

MISSOURI RIVER ACTIVITIES CONFERENCE
(G) Bishop Heelan 52, Council Bluffs A-L 38
(B) (#8-4A)Council Bluffs A-L 70, Bishop Heelan 64

(G) Sergeant Bluff-Luton 73, Council Bluffs T-J 13
(B) Sergeant Bluff-Luton 79, Council Bluffs T-J 31

(B) Sioux City East 88, Sioux City North 70

(N-B-A basketball)

Oklahoma City 113, Minnesota 93
Washington 118, Indiana 104
Portland 116, Brooklyn 104
Boston 117, Phoenix 103
Dallas 83, Chicago 77
New Orleans 109, Charlotte 107
Milwaukee 108, Atlanta 101, OT
Miami 98, Denver 95
Cleveland 91, Houston 77

(N-H-L hockey)

Boston 4, Buffalo 1
Chicago 4, Toronto 1
Vancouver 3, Carolina 2, OT
Tampa Bay 5, Pittsburgh 4, OT
Winnipeg 1, Minnesota 0
Anaheim 4, Dallas 2

 

 

 

SATURDAY RESULTS - January 16

(high school wrestling)

Sibley-Ocheyedan crowned five champions Saturday enroute to winning the team title of the Le Mars Wrestling Invitational.  The Generals racked up 239 points with tournament new comer, A-H-S-T, coming in second with 196 points.  Defending champion Sioux City North took third, finishing one-half point ahead of Sioux Center.  West Sioux was fifth, Hinton sixth, Le Mars seventh with South Sioux City, Cherokee, Sheldon/South O'Brien and Sioux City West claiming the final four spots in the 11-team field.  Le Mars senior Donny Allaway won the third Invitational title of his career, earning a 10-3 victory in the 126-pound title match against A-H-S-T's Joel Becerra.  Fernando Zetina of Le Mars wrestled for the 106-pound championship but lost a 19-11 decision to Jose Flores of Sibley-Ocheyedan.  Hinton had two champions, Skylar Richter at 120 pounds and Daniel Bishop at 182.  The Blackhawks' Lucas Vondrak was runner-up at 138 and Jordan Gengler took second at 220 pounds.  Le Mars got a third place finish from heavyweight Jesus Diaz and fourth place finishes from Myles Kass at 152 and Travis Theisen at 220.

(high school basketball)

(B) Bishop Heelan 81, Sioux City West 67

(G) Woodbury Central 52, Sioux City East 49

(G) (#5-3A)Cherokee 71, Maple Valley/Anthon-Oto 67
(B) Maple Valley/Anthon-Oto 45, Cherokee 37

(G) (#5-2A)Western Christian 59, (#1-2A)Unity Christian 48
(B) (#1-2A)Western Christian 75, Unity Christian 31

(B) (#9-3A)M-O-C/Floyd Valley 81, Sioux Falls Christian 69

(G) (#6-2A)Okoboji 34, (#7-3A)Spirit Lake 33
(B) (#6-3A)Spirit Lake 65, Okoboji 51

(G) Dakota Valley 80, Rock Valley 62
(B) Dakota Valley 55, Rock Valley 53

(G) (#13-1A)Westwood 60, Ponca (Neb.) 47
(B) Ponca (Neb.) 50, Westwood 28

(N-F-L football playoffs)

DIVISIONAL GAMES:
A-F-C - New England 27, Kansas City 20
N-F-C - Arizona 26, Green Bay 20, overtime

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. — Tom Brady hit Rob Gronkowski for a pair of scoring passes and scored on a one-yard run as the New England Patriots beat Kansas City 27-20 to advance to the A-F-C championship game for the fifth straight year. Gronkowski had touchdown catches of 8 and 16 yards and finished with seven receptions for 82 yards after spending the last two weeks recovering from knee and back injuries. Brady was 28 of 42 for 302 yards and no interceptions to help the Patriots beat a team that had won 11 straight games to reach the divisional round.

GLENDALE, Ariz. — Larry Fitzgerald grabbed a five-yard touchdown pass from Carson Palmer just 65 seconds into overtime to cap a wild finish in the Arizona Cardinals' 26-20 win over the Green Bay Packers in the N-F-C divisional game. Two plays earlier, Palmer scrambled out of danger and hit a wide open Fitzgerald, who zig-zagged for a 75-yard reception on the first play from scrimmage in OT. The game was extended when Aaron Rodgers heaved a 41-yard touchdown pass to Jeff Janis on the final play of regulation before Mason Crosby kicked the game-tying extra point

(college basketball)

(1) Kansas 70, T-C-U 63
(2) Oklahoma 70, (11) West Virginia 68
(3) Maryland 100, Ohio State 65
(5) North Carolina 67, North Carolina State 55
(6) Villanova 55, Georgetown 50
(7) Xavier 74, Marquette 66
Clemson 76, ( 8) Miami 65
Notre Dame 95, (9) Duke 91
Seton Hall 81, (12) Providence 72
Auburn 75, (14) Kentucky 70
(15) Texas A&M 79, Georgia 45
(17) Iowa State 76, Kansas State 63
(18) Arizona 90, Washington State 66
(19) South Carolina 81, Missouri 72
(20) Pittsburgh 84, Boston College 61
(22) Baylor 63, Texas Tech 60
(23) Butler 78, St. John's 58
(25) Gonzaga 88, San Diego 52

G-P-A-C results:
(W) Morningside 87, Nebraska Wesleyan 41
(M) Nebraska Wesleyan 111, Morningside 97

(G) Briar Cliff 72, Doane 67
(M) Briar Cliff 82, Doane 65

(W) Northwestern 89, Midland Lutheran 69
(M) Northwestern 76, Midland Lutheran 68

(W) Hastings 69, Dordt 54
(M) Hastings 96, Dordt 93, OT

(N-B-A basketball)

AUBURN HILLS, Mich. — The Golden State Warriors fell to 37-4 after wasting Stephen Curry's 38 points in a 113-95 loss to the Pistons in Detroit. Kentavious Caldwell-Pope had 20 points for the Pistons, who trailed by three before outscoring the Warriors 38-19 in the second quarter. Reggie Jackson finished with 20 points and eight assists as Detroit dropped the Warriors to 37-4 at the midway point in the season, one win short of the best 41-game start in NBA history.

Milwaukee 105, Charlotte 92
Philadelphia 114, Portland 89
Detroit 113, Golden State 95
Boston 119, Washington 117
Atlanta 114, Brooklyn 86
Memphis 103, New York 95
Utah 109, L.A. Lakers 82
Sacramento 110, L.A. Clippers 103

(N-H-L hockey)

N.Y. Rangers 3, Philadelphia 2, SO
New Jersey 2, Arizona 0
Ottawa 5, Los Angeles 3
Boston 3, Toronto 2
Buffalo 4, Washington 1
Columbus 2, Colorado 1
St. Louis 4, Montreal 3, OT
Nashville 3, Minnesota 0

 

 

 

SUNDAY RESULTS - January 17

(N-F-L football playoffs)

DIVISIONAL GAMES:
N-F-C - Carolina 31, Seattle 24
A-F-C - Denver 23, Pittsburgh 16

CHARLOTTE, N.C. - Jonathan Stewart ran for 106 yards and two touchdowns as the Carolina Panthers held off Seattle 31-24 to advance to next Sunday's NFC championship game at Arizona. Cam Newton completed 16 of his 22 passes for 161 yards and a touchdown for the Panthers, who owned a 31-0 halftime lead before allowing 24 straight points. Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson tossed two of his three second-half touchdown passes to Jermaine Kearse.

DENVER - C.J. Anderson ran for a go-ahead, one-yard touchdown with three minutes left as the Denver Broncos knocked off Pittsburgh 23-16 to reach the AFC championship game against New England. Peyton Manning completed 21 of his 37 throws for 222 and no interceptions, and Anderson finished with 72 yards on 15 carries. Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger threw for 339 yards, with Martavis Bryant grabbing nine passes for 154 yards.

(college basketball)

Wisconsin 77, (4) Michigan State 76
(10) S-M-U 60, Tulane 45
Florida State 69, (13) Virginia 62
(16) Iowa 82, Michigan 71

IOWA CITY - Jarrod Uthoff scored 23 points and 16th-ranked Iowa followed its blowout win over Michigan State on Tuesday by beating Michigan 82-71. Peter Jok had 14 of his 16 points in the second half, including a 3-pointer that made it 76-68 with 2:34 left in the Hawkeyes' seventh consecutive win.

(N-B-A basketball)

Minnesota 117, Phoenix 87
San Antonio 112, Dallas 83
Oklahoma City 99, Miami 74
Denver 129, Indiana 126
Houston 112, L.A. Lakers 95

(N-H-L hockey)

Vancouver 2, N.Y. Islanders 1, SO
Philadelphia 2, Detroit 1, SO
Pittsburgh 5, Carolina 0
Tampa Bay 3, Florida 1
Washington 5, N.Y. Rangers 2
Chicago 5, Montreal 2
Los Angeles 3, Anaheim 2

   

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