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(cross country)

War Eagle Conference meet at Hartley

(GIRLS RESULTS) Team Standings:  1. Unity Christian (18)  ..  2. Hartley-Melvin-Sanborn (51)  ..  3. Hinton (69).  Individual Champion:  Jordan Bos of Unity Christian in a time of 21:08.33.  Gehlen results: 19. Christina Schmit (26:27).  Hinton results: 12. Alyssa Rosenbaum (24:25.91).

(BOYS RESULTS) Team Standings:  1. Unity Christian (20)  ..  2. Trinity Christian (69)  ..  3. South O'Brien (87)  ..  4. Remsen St. Mary's (99)  ..  5. Hartley-Melvin-Sanborn (100)  ..  6. Hinton (167)  ..  7. Gehlen Catholic (172).  Individual Champion:  Jacob Vander Plaats of Unity Christian in a time of 17:11.21.  Remsen St. Mary's results: 8. David Grady (18:17.56  ..  15. Shay Galles (18:41.46).  Hinton results: no top 15 finishers. Gehlen Catholic results: 28. Tyler Zenk (20:33)  ..  32. Jason Zenk (21:22)  ..  33. Thomas Pohlen (21:23)  ..  34. Carter Sitzmann (21:24)  ..  45. Justin Schmit (24:16).

(N-F-L football)

Pittsburgh 24, San Diego 20

SAN DIEGO — Le'Veon Bell scored on a 1-yard wildcat run as time expired to give the Steelers a 24-20 win at San Diego. Bell took the direct snap, ran left and was buried in traffic before diving for the end zone. Steelers quarterback Michael Vick did little until he fired a 72-yard touchdown pass to Markus Wheaton with 7:42 remaining to tie the game at 17.

(major league baseball playoffs)


Kansas City 9, Houston 6  (best-of-five series tied, 2-2)

Toronto 8, Texas 4   (best-of-five series tied, 2-2)

UNDATED - The Kansas City Royals and Toronto Blue Jays were able to stretch their respective AL division series to a deciding fifth game by winning yesterday. Eric Hosmer hit an RBI single in a five-run eight before adding a two-run homer in the Royals' 9-6 comeback win at Houston. Kevin Pillar, Chris Colabello and Josh Donaldson homered to help the Jays build an 8-1 lead in an 8-4 triumph at Texas.


Chicago Cubs 8, St. Louis 6  (Chicago Cubs lead best-of-five series, 2-1)

N.Y. Mets 13, L.A. Dodgers 7  (N.Y. Mets lead best-of-five series, 2-1)

UNDATED - The Chicago Cubs and New York Mets have grabbed two-games-to-one leads in their NL division series by winning last night. Rookies Kris Bryant, Kyle Schwarber and Jorge Soler each hit one of the Cubs' six home runs in an 8-6 triumph over the Cardinals in Chicago. Yoenis Cespedes slammed a three-run homer and Curtis Granderson collected five RBIs with a pair of doubles as the Mets roughed up the Dodgers 13-7.

(N-H-L hockey)

Vancouver 2, Anaheim 1, SO
Tampa Bay 6, Boston 3
N.Y. Islanders 4, Winnipeg 2
Buffalo 4, Columbus 2
Philadelphia 1, Florida 0






(#9-1A)Gehlen Catholic (25-10/10-2) def. Hartley-Melvin-Sanborn   (25-7, 25-7, 25-9)

Gehlen statistical leaders:  KILLS: Katie Peters 10, Krayton Schnepf 8 and Kayla Mayer 6.  BLOCKS: not available.  ASSISTS: Catalina Uribe 30.  DIGS: Carly Bunkers 11, Kayla Mayer 8 and Becca Konz 6.  SERVING: Jill Kessenich 21-21 / 5 aces, Becca Konz 20-20 / 6 aces, Catalina Uribe 8-9 / 2 aces and Kayla Mayer 7-9 / 3 aces.

Le Mars (17-14/6-1) def. Cherokee   (25-21, 27-25, 25-17)

Le Mars statistical leaders:  KILLS: Krista Zenk 16, Allison Wilken 11 and Jessi Hatting 5.  BLOCKS: Sydney Rand 4 and Allison Wilken 3.  ASSISTS: Sydney Rand 34.  DIGS: Abby Simoni & Jen Schneider 7 each and Krista Zenk 6.  SERVING: Jen Schneider 15-15 / 1 ace, Abby Simoni 14-14 / 2 aces and Sydney Rand 12-13 / 1 ace.

(cross country)

Lakes Conference meet at Estherville

(girls results) Team Standings:  1. Spencer (23)  ..  2. Le Mars (83)  ..  3. Spirit Lake (85)  ..  4. Estherville/Lincoln Central (103)  ..  5. Emmetsburg (113)  ..  6. Western Christian (124)  ..  7. Cherokee (149) .  Individual Champion:  Kourtney Delperdang of Spirit Lake in a time 19:52.21.  Le Mars results: 4. Maddie Hurt (21:40.12) (All-Conf.) ..  15. Mary Meis (22:45.20)

(boys results) Team Standings:  1. Spirit Lake (48)  ..  2. Western Christian (61)  ..  3. Storm Lake (74)  ..  4. Emmetsburg (96)  ..  5. Le Mars (105)  ..  6. Estherville/Lincoln Central (148)  ..  7. Spencer (158)  ..  8. Cherokee (211).  Individual Champion:  Nic Peters of E-L-C in a time of 17:06.22.  Le Mars results: 6. Andrew Tonner (18:05.97)  ..  12. Jacob Burrell (18:29.73)  (both earned All-Conf.).

(major league baseball playoffs)


Chicago Cubs 6, St. Louis 4  (Chicago Cubs win best-of-five series 3-1)

L.A. Dodgers 3, N.Y. Mets 1  (best-of-five series tied at 2-2)

CHICAGO - Javier Baez, Anthony Rizzo and Kyle Schwarber homered as the Chicago Cubs beat the St. Louis Cardinals 6-4 to advancing to the National League Championship Series for the first time since 2003. Baez belted a three-run shot in the second to put Chicago ahead 4-2, but the Redbirds knotted the score before Rizzo's solo blast in the sixth. It's the first time the Cubs have clinched a postseason series at home.

NEW YORK - Clayton Kershaw tossed seven stellar innings and the Dodgers forced a fifth game in the NL division series by defeating the Mets 3-1 in New York. Kershaw entered the game 1-6 with a 4.99 ERA lifetime in the postseason before limiting the Mets to three hits, including Daniel Murphy's fourth-inning homer. The Dodgers got their runs in the third inning as Adrian Gonzalez hit an RBI single before scoring on Justin Turner's two-run double.

(N-H-L hockey)

Nashville 3, New Jersey 1
Winnipeg 4, N.Y. Rangers 1
Montreal 3, Pittsburgh 2
San Jose 5, Washington 0
Florida 4, Carolina 1
Detroit 3, Tampa Bay 1
Dallas 4, Edmonton 2
St. Louis 4, Calgary 3
Vancouver 3, Los Angeles 0





(major league baseball playoffs)


Toronto 6, Texas 3  (Toronto wins best-of-five series, 3-2)

Kansas City 7,  Houston 2  (Kansas City win best-of-five series, 3-2)

TORONTO - Jose Bautista launched a three-run homer, and the Toronto Blue Jays advanced to the American League Championship Series for the first time in 22 years by scoring four times in the seventh inning of a 6-3 triumph over the Texas Rangers. Elvis Andrus and Mitch Moreland combined to make errors on three consecutive plays in the seventh to load the bases before Josh Donaldson hit into a fielder's choice that scored the tying run. Bautista followed with a three-run blast, a 442-foot blast over the center field fence.

KANSAS CITY - Johnny Cueto worked seven outstanding innings to pitch the Kansas City Royals to a 7-2 win over Houston and a berth in the American League Championship Series. Cueto gave up just two hits and retired his final 16 hitters after Luis Valbuena hit a two-run homer in the second inning. Alex Rios put the Royals ahead to stay with a two-run double in the fifth, three innings before Kendrys Morales added a three-run homer.

(N-H-L hockey)

Ottawa 7, Columbus 3
Philadelphia 3, Chicago 0
Boston 6, Colorado 2
Arizona 4, Anaheim 0





(major league baseball playoffs)

N-L DIVISIONAL SERIES: (best-of-five)

N.Y. Mets 3, L.A. Dodgers 2   (N.Y. Mets win best-of-five series, 3-2)

LOS ANGELES — The New York Mets have advanced to the National League Championship Series against the Cubs by rallying for a 3-2 win over the Dodgers in Game 5 of the NLDS in Los Angeles. David Murphy snapped a 2-2 tie with a homer off Zack Greinke in the sixth inning, lined an RBI double in the first and went from first to third on a walk in the fourth before scoring the tying run. Jacob deGrom worked six laborious innings before Jeurys Familia picked up his first career six-out save.

(college football)

(15) Stanford 56, (18) U-C-L-A 35

STANFORD, Calif. — Francis Owusu's circus catch in the end zone on Kevin Hogan's third touchdown pass of the night highlighted a dominating performance for No. 15 Stanford, which rolled to its eighth straight win over No. 18 UCLA, 56-35 on Thursday night.  Christian McCaffrey ran for a school-record 243 yards and four touchdowns while gaining 369 all-purpose yards for the Cardinal (5-1, 4-0 Pac-12), who won their fifth straight in impressive and entertaining fashion against the Bruins (4-2, 1-2).

(N-F-L football)

New Orleans 31, Atlanta 21

NEW ORLEANS — The Atlanta Falcons have fallen from the NFL's unbeaten ranks with a 31-21 loss at New Orleans. Ben Watson grabbed 10 passes for a career-high 127 yards, including a two-yard TD grab that put the Saints ahead 24-7 late in the third quarter. Mark Ingram ran for two short touchdowns for the 2-4 Saints, and New Orleans' defense recovered three fumbles, two inside its own 20.

(N-H-L hockey)

N.Y. Islanders 4, Nashville 3
Pittsburgh 2, Ottawa 0
Washington 4, Chicago 1
Montreal 3, N.Y. Rangers 0
Dallas 5, Tampa Bay 3
Florida 3, Buffalo 2
St. Louis 4, Edmonton 2
Minnesota 4, Arizona 3





(cross country)

Unity Christian Invitational in Orange City

(GIRLS RESULTS) Final Team Standings:  1. Unity Christian (46)  ..  2. Boyden-Hull/Rock Valley (75)  ..  3. Sheldon (79)  ..  4. Le Mars (88) ..  5. Western Christian (97)  ..  6. M-O-C/Floyd Valley (104).  Individual Champion:  freshman Maddie Hurt of Le Mars in a time of 20:02.5. Other Le Mars results: 17. Mary Meis (21:46.2)   ..  20. Katrina Engebretson (21:55.0)  ..  24. Katie McAllister (22:03.4)  ..  26. Greselda Cobian (22:08.8)  ..  30. Abby Whiddon (22:21.6)  ..  36. Morgan Avise (24:09.2).  Gehlen Catholic results: 46. Christina Schmit (25:35.3).

(BOYS RESULTS) Final Team Standings:  1. Unity Christian (26)  ..  2. M-O-C/Floyd Valley (85)  ..  3. Trinity Christian (90)  ..  4. Western Christian (103)  ..  5. George-Little Rock (155)  ,,  6. Le Mars (173) ..  7. Sioux Center (196)  ..  8. Boyden-Hull/Rock Valley (204)  ..  9. Sibley-Ocheyedan (209)  ..  10. Sheldon (215)  ..  11. Gehlen Catholic (316).  Individual Champion:  Jacob Vander Plaats of Unity Christian in a time of 16:14.9.  Le Mars results: 18. Andrew Tonner (17:39.0  ..  19. Jacob Burrell (17:39.5)  ..  39. Alec Rieken (18:29.1)  ..  48. Glen Clark  ..  49. Kyle Zenk  ..  52. Landen Parmelee  ..  57. Zach Wingert.  Gehlen Catholic results: 53. Jason Zenk (19:09.5)  ..  62. Tyler Zenk  ..  65. Carter Sitzmann  ..  67. Thomas Pohlen  ..  69. Justin Schmit.

(high school football)

(HULL)  -- Shane Solberg and Myles Van Maanen led Boyden-Hull/Rock Valley to a 49-20 Class 3A District 1 victory over Le Mars Friday night with two touchdowns each.  Solberg returned a kick-off 85 yards to cap a 28-point first quarter for the Nighthawks.  He also ran 16 yards for a third quarter score and finished with a team-high 113 yards rushing on just 6 carries.  Van Maanen added 96 yards on 12 carries and scored a pair of first quarter touchdowns on runs of 13 and six yards.  Ashton Kooiker ran for the first BH/RV score on a one yard run to cap the Nighthawks first drive of the night.  Dusty Woelber added a second quarter touchdown, scooping up a blocked punt and racing 20 yards for a score.  Kyle Van Ginkel hauled in an 18-yard scoring pass from Brett Moser just before halftime after Le Mars fumbled a kick-off return.  Le Mars found the end zone in the final minute of the first quarter on a Gabe Eckstaine-to-Devin Louison 11-yard pass.  J.T. Engebretson threw a two-point conversion pass to Tyson Weiler to trim a 21-0 deficit to 21-8.  Solberg then returned the kick-off for a touchdown to up the lead to 28-8 and the Nighthawks made it 42-8 by halftime with the Moser-to-Van Ginkel pass.  Le Mars added two fourth quarter touchdowns, the first on Justin Allaway's five yard run and Gabe Eckstaine threw his second touchdown pass of the game, a 56-yarder to Collin Nemmers, with 3:45 to play.  The Bulldogs actually had more total yards than the Nighthawks, 388-320.  Eckstaine finished 22-of-45 passing for 243 yards.  Seven different receivers caught passes for Le Mars with Collin Nemmers catching seven for 123 yards and Devin Louison hauling in six for 59 yards.  Le Mars falls to 1-and-7 for the season and were officially eliminated from the play-off race for 2015, slipping to 1-and-4 in district play.  The Bulldogs close out the regular season next Friday at home against Bishop Heelan at 7 p.m.

(LE MARS)  -- Parker Meier scored on a five yard run in overtime Friday night to lift Alta-Aurelia to a 21-14 Class A District 2 victory over Gehlen Catholic.  The Warriors scored first in overtime giving the Jays a chance to tie it but unfortunately a fourth-and-two pass fell incomplete.  Gehlen had rallied from a 14-0 deficit after three quarters to tie the game at 14-all with a pair of fourth quarter touchdowns.  D.J. Loutsch caught a 20-yard TD-pass from Cole Wiltgen on the opening play of the final period to trim the Warriors' lead to 14-6.  Roman Freking scored on a nine yard run with 9:10 to go and a two-point conversion pass from Cole Wiltgen-to-D.J. Loutsch tied the game.  The Jays also missed a 30-yard field goal in the final two minutes of regulation play.  Gehlen falls to 0-and-8 and 0-and-6 in district play heading into their finale' next Friday at Lawton-Bronson. Statistically, Roman Freking ran for 147 yards on 22 carries for the Jays while Cole Wiltgen finished 10-of-18 passing for 132 yards.  D.J. Loutsch caught six passes for 76 yards.  The two teams were nearly even statistically for the night with Gehlen edging Alta-Aurelia 284-282 in total yards.


CLASS 3A - District 1
Boyden-Hull/Rock Valley 49, Le Mars (1-7/1-4) 20
Bishop Heelan 10, Storm Lake 7
(#9)Sergeant Bluff-Luton 44, Denison-Schleswig 0
(#2-2A)Spirit Lake 26, Spencer 7 (ND)

CLASS A - District 2
Alta-Aurelia 21, Gehlen Catholic (0-8/0-6) 14, overtime
Akron-Westfield (6-2/5-1) 46, Lawton-Bronson 13
(#4)West Sioux 46, Sioux Central 12
Woodbury Central 42, South O'Brien 15

CLASS 1A - District 2
(#8)Hinton (7-1) 70, West Monona 16 (ND)
Ridge View 28, (#10)West Lyon 14
Sibley-Ocheyedan 34, Hartley-Melvin-Sanborn 12
(#9)Western Christian 35, Unity Christian 13

CLASS 2A - District 1
Central Lyon/George-Little Rock 32, Sioux Center 20
M-O-C/Floyd Valley 26, Sheldon 16
Cherokee 23, Okoboji 20

Southeast Polk 45, Sioux City North 7  (District 1)
Sioux City East 63, Des Moines North 0  (District 2)
Sioux City West 27, Council Bluffs A-L 23  (District 3)

EIGHT-MAN - District 1
Ar-We-Va 50, Kingsley-Pierson (7-2/4-2) 14
(#1)Newell-Fonda 56, Woodbine 16
(#8)Exira-Elk Horn-Kimballton 61, Boyer Valley 6
West Harrison 52, River Valley 40

EIGHT-MAN - District 2
(#5)Marcus/Meriden-Cleghorn 62, Remsen St. Mary's (3-5/2-3) 26
West Bend-Mallard 69, Remsen-Union (1-7/0-5) 6
(#9)Graettinger-Terril/Ruthven-Ayrshire 54, Harris-Lake Park 28
Clay Central-Everly was idle

(college football)

Utah State 52, (21) Boise State 26

(24) Houston 42, Tulane 7

(major league baseball playoffs)


Kansas City 5, Toronto 0   (Kansas City leads best-of-seven series, 1-0)

KANSAS CITY, Mo. — The Kansas City Royals will have a one-game-to-none lead in the American League Championship Series when they send Yordano Ventura to the mound against Toronto ace David Price this afternoon. Edinson Volquez combined with three relievers on a three-hitter and Salvador Perez hit a solo homer as the Royals beat the Blue Jays 5-0 last night. Alcides Escobar doubled home the game's first run in the third period and went 2-for-3 with two runs scored.

(N-H-L hockey)

San Jose 2, New Jersey 1 (SO)
Toronto 6, Columbus 3
Carolina 5, Detroit 3
Winnipeg 3, Calgary 1
Colorado 3, Anaheim 0
St. Louis 4, Vancouver 3
Los Angeles 2, Minnesota 1, OT







Bishop Heelan Tournament

Le Mars results: Le Mars finished 1-and-4 for the day and their final regular season record fell to 18-and-18.  The Lady Bulldogs lost 21-14, 21-14 to Sioux City East  ..  they won 21-11, 21-14 over Ridge View  ..  they lost 21-13, 21-15 to (#3-3A)Sioux Center  ..  they lost 21-12, 21-15 to Sioux Falls O'Gorman  ..  and lost 21-7, 21-11 to (#1-2A)Western Christian.   Statistical leaders for the day:  KILLS: Krista Zenk 38, Jen Schneider & Crystal Eppling had 11 each.  BLOCKS: Jen Schneider, Sydney Rand, Krista Zenk, Jessi Hatting & Allison Wilken had 2 each.  ASSISTS: Sydney Rand 71.  DIGS: Abby Simoni 28, Jen Schneider 12, and Krista Zenk 10. SERVING: Sydney Rand 25-26 / 4 aces, Krista Zenk 20-21 / 3 aces, and Crystal Eppling 12-13 / 3 aces.

Le Mars opens 4A Regional Tournament play on Monday, October 26th at home against Spencer.

(major league baseball playoffs)


Kansas City 6, Toronto 3  (Kansas City leads best-of-seven series, 2-0)

(KANSAS CITY)  -- The Kansas City Royals have taken a 2-0 lead in the A-L-C-S, thanks to another patented late-game rally.  The Royals were down 3-0 and had been limited to one hit by Toronto ace David Price going into their seventh inning at-bat Saturday.  Ben Zobrist's fly ball fell for a hit when the Blue Jays' fielders had a miscommunication and that opened the flood gates as Kansas City strung together four singles and a double to score five runs in a 6-3 victory.  Game 3 of the series will be Monday night in Toronto.


N.Y. Mets 4, Chicago Cubs 2  (N.Y. Mets lead best-of-seven series, 1-0)

(NEW YORK)  -- Matt Harvey pitched into the eighth inning for the first time in two months Saturday night for the New York Mets and Daniel Murphy and Travis d'Arnaud homered to beat the Chicago Cubs 4-2 in Game 1 of the N-L-C-S.  Game 2 will be Sunday night in New York's Citi Field.

(college football)

(EVANSTON, Ill.)  -- Akrum Wadley, pressed into service when Jordan Canzeri injured an ankle in the first quarter, ran for a career-high 204 yards and four touchdowns Saturday to lead No. 17 Iowa to a 40-10 win over No. 20 Northwestern in Big Ten football action at Ryan Field.    The Hawkeyes rolled up 492 yards of offense while improving their record to 7-and-0.

(AMES)  -- Iowa State was thinking major upset for a while Saturday night, leading No. 3 T-C-U 21-14 after the first quarter of their Big 12 match-up at Jack Trice Stadium.  But the Horned Frogs overcame their slow start and outscored the Cyclones 31-0 over the final three quarters for a 45-21 victory.  Heisman Trophy candidate, Trevone Boykin, threw for 436 yards and four touchdowns for T-C-U, connecting on 27 of his 32 passes.  He also ran for 74 yards on 13 carries.  Sam Richardson threw for 251 yards for Iowa State, hitting on 22-of-36 passes.

(MINNEAPOLIS)  -- Tommy Armstrong passed for 261 yards and three touchdowns Saturday to lead Nebraska to a 48-25 Big Ten victory over the Minnesota Golden Gophers.

(CEDAR FALLS)  -- Nathan Knuffman's 23-yard field goal and a David Griffith interception, all in the final 3:18 of the game helped Western Illinois hold off U-N-I to win a 24-19 decision in the Missouri Valley Conference Saturday at the UNI-Dome.  The Panthers, now 2-and-4 for the season, scored a touchdown on a five yard run by Aaron Bailey with 6:35 to play to draw U-N-I to within 21-19 but the two-point try failed.

(FARGO, N.D.)  -- U-S-D likely scored their biggest football win in the program's history Saturday, ending North Dakota State's 26-game Fargodome winning streak, with a 24-21 victory over the No. 2 (FCS) Bison.  Miles Berger kicked a 33-yard field goal as time expired Saturday to stun the home town crowd.  Former Gehlen all-state running back, junior Trevor Bouma, keyed the victory with 94 yards rushing on 20 carries and another 80 yards on two pass receptions.  Bouma caught a short pass and turned it into a 73-yard play to set up the tying touchdown in the fourth quarter.  Ryan Saeger finished the drive with an eight-yard scoring pass to Drew Potter with 4:47 to go.   Bouma returned to the Coyotes' line-up Saturday after missing two games with an arm injury.  Unfortunately, Bouma's 2015 season may have been cut short due to a broken arm suffered toward the end of the game.  Bouma missed five games last season, also due to a broken arm.

(17) Iowa 40, (20) Northwestern 10
(3) T-C-U 45, Iowa State 21
Nebraska 48, Minnesota 25
Western Illinois 24, U-N-I 19
U-S-D 24, North Dakota State 21
Morningside 76, Dakota Wesyelan 20
Northwestern 24, Hastings 17
Nebraska Wesleyan 27, Dordt 14
Augustana 50, Wayne State 19
Luther 41, Buena Vista 34, overtime
Briar Cliff was idle

Top 25
(1) Ohio State 38, Penn State 10
(2) Baylor 62, West Virginia 38
(4) Utah 34, Arizona State 18
(5) Clemson 34, Boston College 17
(6) L-S-U 35, (8) Florida 28
(7) Michigan State 27, (12) Michigan 23
(10) Alabama 41, (9) Texas A&M 23
(11) Florida State 41, Louisville 21
Memphis 37, (13) Mississippi 24
(14) Notre Dame 41, Southern Cal 31
(19) Oklahoma 55, Kansas State 0
(22) Toledo 63, Eastern Michigan 20

(N-H-L hockey)

Tampa Bay 2, Buffalo 1
Montreal 4, Detroit 1
Pittsburgh 2, Toronto 1
Nashville 4, Ottawa 3, SO
Dallas 4, Florida 2
Washington 4, Carolina 1
N.Y. Islanders 6, San Jose 3
Chicago 4, Columbus 1
Edmonton 5, Calgary 2





(major league baseball playoffs)


N.Y. Mets 4, Chicago Cubs 1  (N.Y. Mets lead best-of-seven series, 2-0)

NEW YORK — The New York Mets are up 2-0 in the National League Championship Series after they built a 4-0 lead against Jake Arrieta by the third inning of a 4-1 verdict over the Chicago Cubs. David Wright doubled home the game's first run, Daniel Murphy added a two-run homer later in the first and Curtis Granderson stole two bases in the third before scoring his second run of the night. Noah Syndergaard outpitched Arrieta, who suffered his first loss since July 25.

(N-F-L football)

Minnesota 16, Kansas City 10
Miami 38, Tennessee 10
N.Y. Jets 34, Washington 20
Pittsburgh 25, Arizona 13
Cincinnati 34, Buffalo 21
Detroit 37, Chicago 34, OT
Denver 26, Cleveland 23, OT
Houston 31, Jacksonville 20
Carolina 27, Seattle 23
San Francisco 25, Baltimore 20
Green Bay 27, San Diego 20
New England 34, Indianapolis 27

Open: Dallas, Oakland, St. Louis, Tampa Bay

(N-H-L hockey)

New Jersey 2, N.Y. Rangers 1, OT
St. Louis 4, Winnipeg 2
Anaheim 4, Minnesota 1
Edmonton 2, Vancouver 1, OT
Los Angeles 2, Colorado 1


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