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MONDAY RESULTS - October 6

(major league baseball playoffs)

NATIONAL LEAGUE DIVISIONAL SERIES:

Washington 4, San Francisco 1

St. Louis 3, L.A. Dodgers 1

SAN FRANCISCO- Doug Fister tossed seven shutout innings and the Washington Nationals took advantage of Madison Bumgarner's throwing error to beat the Giants 4-1 in San Francisco and avoid a three-game sweep in the National League Division Series. The game was scoreless in the seventh until Bumgarner threw away Wilson Ramos' bunt attempt, allowing two runs to score. Fister allowed just four hits and improved to 4-2 with a 2.60 ERA lifetime in the postseason.

ST. LOUIS - Kolten Wong smacked a tiebreaking, two-run homer and the St. Louis Cardinals took a two-games-to-one lead in the National League Division Series by topping the Los Angeles Dodgers. Wong went deep off Scott Elbert in the seventh, one inning after Hanley Ramirez tied the game for the Dodgers with an RBI double. Matt Carpenter homered for the third straight game and winning pitcher John Lackey allowed a run and five hits in six innings.

(N-F-L football)

Seattle 27, Washington 17

LANDOVER, Md. - The Seattle Seahawks picked up their ninth straight victory on Monday Night Football by grabbing an early 17-0 lead before holding off Washington 27-17. Russell Wilson rushed for a career-high 122 yards, including a nine-yard TD that put Seattle ahead 17-0 in the first half. He also completed 18 of 24 passes for 201 yards and two more scores for the 3-1 Seahawks.

 

 

 

 

TUESDAY RESULTS - October 7

(volleyball)

(#8-1A)Gehlen Catholic (17-14/7-1) def. South O'Brien 3-0 (25-11, 25-20, 25-14)

Gehlen Catholic's statistical leaders:  KILLS: Morgan Whitehead 12, Krayton Schnepf 6, and Allison Hansen 6.  ASSISTS: Taylor Peters 22.  BLOCKS: Morgan Whitehead 2.  DIGS: Carly Bunkers 26.  SERVING: Jill Kessenich 20-22 / 4 aces, Becca Konz 15-17 / 3 aces, Carly Bunkers 11-13 / 2 aces, and Taylor Peters 8-8 / 2 aces.

(cross country)

Cherokee Invitational

(girls results) (team standings)  1. M-O-C/Floyd Valley (27)  ..  2. Unity Christian (63)  ..  3. Western Christian (76)  ..  4. Sioux Center (119)  ..  5. Okoboji (120)  ..  6. Spirit Lake (139)  ..  7. Le Mars (150) ..  8. Sheldon (197)  ..  9. Storm Lake (250)  ..  10. Cherokee (300).  (individual champion)  Kassidy DeJong of Unity Christian (16:11.90).

Le Mars varsity results: 18. Ellen Meis (17:32.69)  ..  23. Katie McAllister (17:46.97)  ..  28. Kenzie Theisen (18:01.03)  ..  41. Katrina Engebretson (18:44.75)  ..  42. Jayden Weiler (18:45.03)  ..  48. Griselda Cobian (18:58.85)  ..  57. Kacey Hovden (19:43.67).   JV results: (team results)  1. Spirit Lake  ..  2. Unity Christian  ..  3. Western Christian  ..  4. Le Mars.  (individual winner)  Adri Tilstra of Unity Christian (18:12.26).  Le Mars' top finishers: 7. Rose Pelelo-Ray (19:15.02)  ..  19. Riley Roepke (19:54.46)  ..  21. Maddy Mahan (20:02.03)  ..  25. Hannah Wood (20:13.14)  ..  31. Vicky Hyer (20:32.29).

(boys results) (team standings) 1. Unity Christian (52)  .. 2. M-O-C/Floyd Valley (73)  ..  3. Spirit Lake (106)  .. 4. Western Christian (130)  ..  5. Sioux Center (134)  ..  6. Trinity Christian (171)  ..  7. Storm Lake (178)  ..  8. Le Mars (196) ..  9. Sheldon (196)  ..  10. Okoboji (219)  ..  11. Cherokee (310).  (individual champion)  Tristan Hulstein of Western Christian (16:49.72).

Le Mars varsity results: 14. Brett Marek (18:00.41)  ..  41. Jacob Burrell (19:10.95)  .. 43. Andrew Tonner (19:13.20)  ..  48. Tyler Carlsen (19:35.20)  ..  50. Trevor Kliever (19:43.22)  ..  51. Jeremy Ranschau (19:44.86)  ..  53. Alec Rieken (19:58.06).  JV results: not available at this time.

 

Woodbury Central/Kingsley-Pierson Invitational

(girls results) (team standings)  1. Woodbury Central/Kingsley-Pierson (17)  ..  2. Hinton (76)  ..  3. West Monona (91)  ..  4. Gehlen Cathoilic (91)  ..  5. Lawton-Bronson (92).  (individual champion)  Suzanne Putze of WC/KP (16:24.73). 

WC/KP results: 1. Suzanne Putze (16:24.73)  ..  2. Kaylynne Bechen (16:39.13)  ..  3. Halle Still (17:01.74)  ..  4. Rylee Wright (17:42.09)  ..  14. Brooke Nettleton (19:13.97).  Hinton results: 8. Emily Walton (18:46.90)  ..  22. Solveigh Skarhus (20:07.05)  ..  27. Alyssa Rosebaum (20:39.58)  ..  31. Mattea Roslansky (21:22.42)  ..  38. Tessa DeRocher (22:38.52).  Remsen St. Mary's results: 18. Allison Portz (19:22.47).  Gehlen Catholic results: 19. Christina Schmit (19:33.62)  ..  21. Rachel Tentinger (19:50.14)  ..  25. Maggie DeRocher (20:22.85)  ..  43. Rachel Kellen (23.57.97)  ..  45. Hemi Han (28:21.30).  JV results: (team results) 1. Hinton  ..  2. Lawton-Bronson.  (individual champion)  Kara Ommen of Hinton (21:49.40).

(boys) results) (team standings)  1. Maple Valley/Anthon-Oto (42)  ..  2. South O'Brien (57)  ..  3. Woodbury Central/Kingsley-Pierson (74)  .. 4. Gehlen Catholic (118)  ..  5. Westwood (118)  .. 6. West Monona (130)  ..  7. Hinton (148).  (individual champion)  Ryan Fouts of WC/KP (17:43.58).

WC/KP results: 1. Ryan Fouts (17:43.58)  ..  16. Jo Hayden (19:39.08)  ..  18. Jose Hamman (19:45.38)  ..  21. Kobey Gray (20:12.28)  ..  30. Blake Erdmann (21:07.89).  Remsen St. Mary's results: 3. David Grady (18:21.13)  ..  8. Keaton Bohnenkamp (19:05.98)  ..  42. Daniel Russell (21:51.62).  Gehlen Catholic results: 15. Nathan Klein (19:35.74)  ..  19. Jason Zenk (19:49.09)  ..  27. David Puhl (20:48.46)  ..  35. Carter Sitzmann (21:28.30)  ..  38. Andrew Wankum (21:40.84)  ..  46. Liam Murphy (22:37.86)  ..  54. Tyler Full (23:34.06).  Hinton results: 17. Jake Pride (19:41.29)  ..  28. Logan Johnson (20:53.25)  ..  29. Alex Stack (20:56.28)  ..  47. Tristan Thompson (22:38.29)  ..  55. Nathan Briggs (23:34.92).  JV results: (team) 1. Woodbury Central/Kingsley-Pierson  ..  2. Hinton  .. 3. South O'Brien.  (individual champion)  Bradley Shanahan of Hinton (20:42.07).  Hinton results: 1. Bradley Shanahan  ..  2. Alec Woodtke  ..  7. Matt Faith.  Gehlen Catholic results: 22. Andrew Krordick  ..  23. Jozef Lamfers  ..  25. T.J. Kruse.

 

NATIONAL LEAGUE DIVISIONAL SERIES:

St. Louis 3, L.A. Dodgers 2  (St. Louis wins best-of-five series, 3-1)

San Francisco 3, Washington 2   (San Francisco wins best-of-five series, 3-1)


ST. LOUIS - Matt Adams belted a go-ahead, three-run homer in the bottom of the seventh to give the St. Louis Cardinals a 3-2 victory over the Los Angeles Dodgers and a berth in the National League Championship Series for the fourth consecutive year. The Cardinals were held to one hit by Clayton Kershaw through the first six innings before he gave up back-to-back singles and Adams' blast. Kershaw surrendered nine runs in the seventh inning of his two starts in the series.

SAN FRANCISCO - Joe Panik scored the tiebreaking run on a wild pitch in the seventh inning as the San Francisco Giants beat Washington 3-2 to advance to the National League Championship Series. The Giants overcame Bryce Harper's RBI double and solo homer by scoring three runs without an RBI hit. Ryan Vogelsong combined with four relievers on a four-hitter as San Francisco moved into the NLCS for the third time in five seasons.

 

 

 

 

WEDNESDAY RESULTS - October 8

(N-H-L hockey)

Montreal 4, Toronto 3
Boston 2, Philadelphia 1
Vancouver 4, Calgary 2
San Jose 4, Los Angeles 0

 

 

 

 

 

THURSDAY RESULTS - October 9

(volleyball)

(#7-4A)Le Mars (22-4/5-1) def. Cherokee 3-0 (25-11, 25-22, 26-24)

Le Mars statistical leaders:  KILLS: Holly Schneider 13, Krista Zenk 12, and Britney Thompson 7.  ASSISTS: Britney Thompson 34.  BLOCKS: Britney Thompson 2.  DIGS: Bailey Rol 7, Krista Zenk 7, and Holly Schneider 5.  SERVING: Janessa Milbrodt 16-18 / 1 ace, Krista Zenk 10-13 / 1 ace and Britney Thompson 9-9 / 2 aces.

 

(#8-1A)Gehlen Catholic (18-14/8-1) def. Trinity Christian 3-1 (25-17, 22-25, 25-20, 25-14)

Gehlen Catholic's statistical leaders:  KILLS: Morgan Whitehead 19, Allie Hansen 10, Becca Konz 10, and Krayton Schnepf 6.  ASSISTS: Taylor Peters 35.  BLOCKS: Morgan Whitehead 6, Taylor Peters 4, and Becca Konz 2.  SERVING: Becca Konz 18-21 / 6 aces, Jill Kessenich 17-19 / 2 aces and Taylor Peters 14-16 / 3 aces.

(cross country)

West Sioux Invitational at Hawarden

(girls results) (Class B team standings)  1. Hinton (25)  ..    2. Gehlen Catholic (32).  (individual champion)  Haley Roberts of West Sioux (17:00.15).  Hinton results: 3.Emily Walton (18:30.20)  ..  10. Alyssa Rosebaum (19:58.11)  ..  11. Solveigh Skarhus (20:00.81)  ..  13. Mattea Rolansky (20:42.54)  ..  14. Kara Ommen (20:50.74).  Gehlen Catholic's results: 7. Maggie DeRocher (19:30.26)  ..  8. Christina Schmit (19:32.86)  ..  12. Rachel Tentinger (20:27.22)  ..  18. Rachel Kellen (23:48.01)  ..  19. Hemi Han (28:20.01).

(boys results) (Class B team standings)  1. South O'Brien (34)  ..  2. Hinton (58)  ..  3. Gehlen Catholic (60)  ..  4. Westwood (61).  (individual champion)  Ben Aberson of South O'Brien (18:14.24).  Hinton results: 7. Jake Pride (20:14.21)  .. 8. Logan Johnson (20:34.42)  ..  11. Alex Stack (20:47.15)  ..  13. Alec Woodtke (21:07.33).  Gehlen Catholic's results: 6. Nathan Klein (20:09.49)  ..  10. Jason Zenk (20:40.00)  ..  12. David Puhl (21:00.78)  ..  14. Andrew Wankum (21:09.31)  ..  18. Carter Sitzmann (21:21.35)  ..  22. Tyler Full (23:28.33)  ..  26. Liam Murphy (24:17.58).

(N-F-L football)

Indianapolis 33, Houston 28

(N-H-L hockey)

Montreal 2, Washington 1, SO
Chicago 3, Dallas 2, SO
Columbus 3, Buffalo 1
New Jersey 6, Philadelphia 4
Pittsburgh 6, Anaheim 4
Detroit 2, Boston 1
Tampa Bay 3, Florida 2, OT
N.Y. Rangers 3, St. Louis 2
Nashville 3, Ottawa 2
Minnesota 5, Colorado 0
Calgary 5, Edmonton 2
Winnipeg 6, Arizona 2

 

 

 

 

FRIDAY RESULTS - October 10

(high school football)

(SERGEANT BLUFF) -- Connor Imming scored three first half touchdowns and Brady Wall returned a kick-off 94 yards for another score to lead Sergeant Bluff-Luton to a 48-36 victory over Le Mars Friday night in a Class 3A, District 1 football match-up in Sergeant Bluff.  Imming hauled in an 82-yard TD-pass on the game's first play from scrimmage to set the tone for the Warriors.  Imming caught a 20-yard scoring pass on S-B-L's second possession for a 14-0 lead just 3 1/2 minutes into the contest.  Beau Ohm capped a 13 play, 65-yard drive with a one yard run for Le Mars to cut the deficit to 14-8 with 4:05 to play in the first quarter.  But Wall ran the kick-off back and the Warriors back in front by two scores, 20-8.  The two teams exchanged two scores each in the second quarter with Imming scoring on a 21-yard run and Austin Evans adding a five yard run for Sergeant Bluff-Luton and Ohm ran 42 yards for a Le Mars touchdown and Collin Nemmers hauled in a 74-yard TD-pass from Koster Buss to narrow a 34-14 deficit to 34-22 by halftime.  Matt Ellefson scored on a 56-yard run 50-seconds into the second half for Le Mars to close the gap to 34-30.  But Evans scored his second touchdown of the night for S-B-L on a 38 yard run for a 41-30 lead going into the fourth quarter.  Le Mars gambled on a fourth down call from inside their own 15, but failed to convert a pass play and Sergeant Bluff-Luton capitalized with a short eleven-yard drive, capped by a two yard run by Matt George for a 48-30 advantage with 7:18 to play.  Le Mars struck once more, using a gadget play to score from 48 yards away.  Koster Buss completed a pass to Tyler Borchers at the Warriors' 35 yard line and Borchers then handed off to Tyler Paulson who took the rest of the way with 3:24 to play.  The two teams combined for 951 yards of offense, 487 for Sergeant Bluff-Luton and 464 yards for Le Mars.  The Bulldogs threw for 275 yards while S-B-L ran for 380 yards.  Le Mars falls to 3-and-4 for the season and 2-and-2 in the district  and will make their final home appearance Friday night against Boyden-Hull/Rock Valley.

LE MARS) -- Senior Devin Tripp ran for a State record 553 yards on 33 carries and scored eight touchdowns Friday night to lead Sioux Central to a 64-32 victory over Gehlen Catholic, spoiling the Jays homecoming celebration at Jim Lorenzen Field.  The Rebels rolled up 50 points by halftime and led 50-14 at the break.  Gehlen did end a string of nine quarters without a point, scoring in the first quarter on an Alex Kellen-to-Solomon Freking TD pass.  Gehlen's J-V quarterback, Cooper Davis, threw for a touchdown and ran for another as coach Tony Gunter played out the string in the second half.  The loss keeps Gehlen winless for the season at 0-and-7 and 0-and-5 in the district.  The Jays make their final road trip of the 2014 season next Friday, travelling to Alta-Aurelia for a 7 o'clock kick-off.  The game will be carried on KLEM.

CLASS 3A
District 1

Sergeant Bluff-Luton 48, LeMars (3-4/2-2) 36
Spencer 28, Denison-Schleswig 21
Boyden-Hull/Rock Valley 61, Storm Lake 14
#4-Bishop Heelan 37, #2-Carroll 10 (ND)

CLASS A
District 2

Sioux Central 64, Gehlen Catholic (0-7/0-5) 32 (homecoming)
Akron-Westfield (3-4/3-2) 37, Alta-Aurelia 14
South O'Brien 35, Lawton-Bronson 14
Woodbury Central 42, West Sioux 8

CLASS 1A
District 2

Hinton (6-1/4-1) 34, Western Christian 17
Ridge View 35, Sibley-Ocheyedan 0
#8-West Lyon 59,  Unity Christian 18
Hartley-Melvin-Sanborn 28, Okoboji 16 (ND)

CLASS 2A
District 1

Central Lyon/George Little Rock 46, Cherokee 7
#6-Sioux Center 47, MOC-Floyd Valley 7
#2-Spirit Lake 41, Sheldon 0

CLASS 4A
Ankeny 48, Sioux City North 12  (District 1)
Lewis Central 50, Sioux City East 43, overtime  (District 2)
#4-West Des Moines Valley 76, Sioux City West 6  (District 3)

8-MAN
District 1

River Valley 60, Kingsley-Pierson (4-3/2-3) 40 
Boyer Valley 46, Ar-We-Va 6
Newell-Fonda 54, #1-Exira/Elk Horn-Kimballton 15
Woodbine 58, West Harrison 13

District 2
West Bend-Mallard 55, Remsen St. Mary's (4-3/3-2) 12
Remsen-Union (1-6/1-4) 50, Laurens-Marathon 22
#8-Marcus-Meriden-Cleghorn 49, Harris-Lake Park 0
Graettinger-Terril/Ruthven-Ayrshire 62, Clay Central-Everly 12

(major league baseball playoffs)

AMERICAN LEAGUE CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES (best-of-seven)

Kansas City 8, Baltimore 6, 10 innings  (Kansas City leads series, 1-0)

BALTIMORE  -- Alex Gordon swatted a leadoff home run in the 10th inning and drove in four runs and Mike Moustakas added a two-run shot in the 10th in Kansas City's 8-6 victory over Baltimore in the opener of their American League Championship Series.

(college football)

(25) Stanford 34, Washington State 17

(N-H-L hockey)

N.Y. Islanders 5, Carolina 3

 

 

 

SATURDAY RESULTS - October 11

(volleyball)

(#7-4A)Le Mars (25-7) went 3-and-3 at the Western Christian Invitational in Hull.

(Le Mars team results) lost to (#1-4A)Harlan 13-21, 17-21  ..  defeated M-O-C/Floyd Valley 21-13, 21-19  ..  defeated Bondurant-Farrar 21-12, 21-15  ..  lost to (#4-4A)Bishop Heelan 21-12, 19-21, 11-15  ..  defeated (#4-2A)Unity Christian 21-17, 21-16  ..  lost to Sioux Falls Roosevelt 22-24, 18-21.

(Le Mars statistical leaders for the tournament)  KILLS: Krista Zenk 45 and Holly Schneider 43.  ASSISTS: Britney Thompson 91.  BLOCKS: Allison Wilken and Britney Thompson 4 each.  DIGS: Bailey Rol 31 and Britney Thompson 24.  SERVING: Holly Schneider 39-42 / 6 aces, Bailey Rol 28-36 / 5 aces, and Britney Thompson 33-35 / 3 aces.

 

(major league baseball playoffs)

AMERICAN LEAGUE CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES

Kansas City 8, Baltimore 6  (Kansas City leads best-of-seven series, 2-0)

NATIONAL LEAGUE CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES

San Francisco 3, St. Louis 0  (San Francisco leads best-of-seven series, 1-0)

BALTIMORE - Alcides Escobar sparked a two-run ninth as the Royals downed the Orioles 6-4 in Baltimore, putting Kansas City ahead two games to none in the American League Chamionship Series. Escobar supplied a tiebreaking, RBI double before scoring on Lorenzo Cain's single. Cain went 4-for-5 with two runs scored for the Royals, who are 6-0 in the playoffs and own a nine-game postseason win streak since the 1985 World Series.

ST. LOUIS - Madison Bumgarner combined with two relievers on a four-hitter as San Francisco defeated St. Louis 3-0 in Game 1 of the National League Championship Series. Bumgarner held the Cardinals to four hits while striking out seven over 7 2/3 innings. He also set a major league postseason record with 26 2/3 consecutive scoreless innings on the road.

 

(college football)

IOWA CITY - Jake Rudock threw for 210 yards and two touchdowns and Iowa rolled past Indiana 45-29 on Saturday for its third straight win.

Mark Weisman had a pair of short TD runs for the Hawkeyes (5-1, 2-0 Big Ten), who scored all but seven of their points in the first half.


AMES - Sam Richardson threw for a career-high 351 yards and three second-half touchdowns Saturday, rallying Iowa State to a 37-30 victory over Toledo.

Unable to finish drives in the first half, Richardson and the offense got rolling in the second half and gave the Cyclones (2-4) a much needed victory in a rare October break from Big 12 play.

Richardson finished with a school-record 37 completions in 53 attempts and connected with nine different receivers, including a lineman.

 

Iowa 45, Indiana 29
Iowa State 37, Toledo 30
U-N-I 27, U-S-D 16  (former Gehlen Catholic all-stater, Trevor Bouma, rushed for 70 yards and scored the Coyotes' first touchdown on a 17-yard run in the first quarter and also caught one pass for 11 yards)
Wayne State 54, Concordia (MN) 14
Morningside 76, Hastings 14  (Morningside's offense sets a national record with 916 yards)
Northwestern 38, Briar Cliff 0
Dordt 37, Trinity Bible College 20
Buena Vista 48, Loras 29

(21) Nebraska is idle

TOP 25

(1) Florida State 38, Syracuse 20
(3) Mississippi State 38, (2) Auburn 23
(3) Mississippi 35, (14) Texas A&M 20
(5) Baylor 61, (9) T-C-U 58
(6) Notre Dame 50, North Carolina 43
(7) Alabama 14, Arkansas 13
(8) Michigan State 45, Purdue 31
Southern Cal 28, (10) Arizona 26
(11) Oklahoma 31, Texas 26
(12) Oregon 42, (18) U-C-L-A 30
(13) Georgia 34, (23) Missouri 0
(16) Oklahoma State 27, Kansas 20
(19) East Carolina 28, South Florida 17
Duke 31, (22) Georgia Tech 25

(N-H-L hockey)

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

 

 

 

 

SUNDAY RESULTS - October 12

(N-F-L football)

Tennessee 16, Jacksonville 14
Detroit 17, Minnesota 3
Baltimore 48, Tampa Bay 17
Denver 31, N.Y. Jets 17
New England 37, Buffalo 22
Carolina 37, Cincinnati 37, OT
Cleveland 31, Pittsburgh 10
Green Bay 27, Miami 24
San Diego 31, Oakland 28
Dallas 30, Seattle 23
Arizona 30, Washington 20
Chicago 27, Atlanta 13
Philadelphia 27, N.Y. Giants 0

Open: Kansas City, New Orleans

(major league baseball playoffs)

NATIONAL LEAGUE CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES

St. Louis 5, San Francisco 4  (best-of-seven series tied at 1-1)

ST. LOUIS - The National League Championship Series is going to San Francisco tied at a game apiece. The St. Louis Cardinals rallied to nip San Francisco 5-4 on Kolten Wong's walkoff homer in the ninth inning. That followed homers by pinch-hitter Oscar Tavaras in the seventh and by Matt Adams in the eighth for the Cards.


(N-H-L hockey)

Toronto 6, N.Y. Rangers 3
Los Angeles 4, Winnipeg 1

   

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