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MONDAY RESULTS - November 23

(bowling)

(girls) Le Mars (1-0) 2530, Sioux Central 2048  --  HIGH SERIES: Steph Williams 381.  HIGH GAMES: Steph Williams 224 & Lexi Schroeder 220.

JV results: Le Mars 1935, Sioux Central had an incomplete score  --  HIGH SERIES: Erin Koonce 303.  HIGH GAME: Erin Koonce 171.

(boys) Le Mars (1-0) 2754, Sioux Central 2001  --  HIGH SERIES: Matt Hystad 432.  HIGH GAMES: Matt Hystad 226 & 206.

JV results: Le Mars 2256, Sioux Central had an incomplete score  --  HIGH SERIES: Kody Koerselman 368.  HIGH GAME: Kody Koerselman 235.

(high school football)

STATE CHAMPIONSHIP GAMES AT THE UNI-DOME IN CEDAR FALLS (make-ups from Friday)
CLASS 1A - #1-Iowa City Regina (13-1) 35, #8-Western Christian (11-3) 28

CLASS 2A - #2-Spirit Lake (14-0) 70, #9 Mount Vernon (11-3) 56

CLASS 4A - #1-Dowling Catholic (13-0) 41, #3-Cedar Rapids Kennedy (13-1) 10

(N-F-L football)

New England 20, Buffalo 13

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. - The New England Patriots beat Buffalo 20-13 last night to join the Carolina Panthers as the NFL's only 10-0 teams. James White grabbed a 20-yard TD pass from Tom Brady and later put the Pats ahead to stay with a six-yard scoring run with 5:55 left in the third quarter. Brady threw for 277 yards and one interception, with Danny Amendola catching nine passes for 117 yards.

(college basketball)

NEW YORK - Kentucky is the new No. 1 team in the weekly Associated Press college basketball poll, moving up a spot after North Carolina was stunningly upset by Northern Iowa on Saturday. The Wildcats got 59 of the 65 first place votes, while second-ranked Maryland claimed the other seven.  Michigan State climbed 10 spots to third, just ahead of Iowa State and Kansas.  Both Iowa and U-N-I received votes but did not crack the top-25.

(3) Michigan State 89, Eastern Michigan 65
(4) Iowa State 83, Chattanooga 63
(5) Kansas 123, Chaminade 72
(9) North Carolina 80, Northwestern 69
Wake Forest 82, (13) Indiana 78
(14) California 89, Sam Houston State 63
(19) Vanderbilt 92, St. John's 55
Marquette 81, (22) L-S-U 80
(23) Xavier 78, Northern Kentucky 66

(N-B-A basketball)

Cleveland 117, Orlando 103
Charlotte 127, Sacramento 122, OT
Miami 95, New York 78
Minnesota 100, Philadelphia 95
Milwaukee 109, Detroit 88
San Antonio 98, Phoenix 84
Oklahoma City 111, Utah 89

(N-H-L hockey)

Boston 4, Toronto 3, SO
St. Louis 2, Buffalo 1
N.Y. Rangers 3, Nashville 0
Philadelphia 3, Carolina 2, OT
Washington 1, Edmonton 0
Los Angeles 3, Florida 1
Colorado 4, Winnipeg 1

 

 

 

TUESDAY RESULTS - November 24

(basketball)

REMSEN  -- Brianna Jensen poured in 23 points and Megan Maass added 19 to lead Remsen-Union to a season-opening 79-31 girls basketball win over Gehlen Catholic Tuesday night in Remsen.  The Rockets scored the first ten points of the game and never trailed, building a 35-point halftime lead behind 60% shooting.  Erika Strassner and Kayla Alesch dropped in 12 points each for R-U.  Jolee Linden, Gehlen's only returning starter from a year ago, led the Lady Jays with 10 points.  Both teams return to action next Tuesday following the Thanksgiving break.  Gehlen plays at Hinton while the Rockets travel to Hawarden to battle West Sioux.

LE MARS  -- Freshman Madison Dreckman had 15 points and Jenn Schneider added 11 to lead Le Mars to a season-opening, 45-31 victory over Hinton Tuesday night at the Bulldogs gym in Le Mars.  Kailey Burke had 17 for the Blackhawks.  Le Mars returns to action again next Tuesday against Unity Christian.

(G) Remsen-Union 79, Gehlen Catholic (0-1) 31

(G) Le Mars (1-0) 45, Hinton 31

(G) Westwood 54, Akron-Westfield 42

(G) (#4-1A) Kingsley-Pierson 65, River Valley 25

(G) (#14-5A) Sioux City West 72, (#8-2A) Lawton-Bronson 51

(G) Lewis Central 62, Sioux City North 28

(G) (#11-3A) Cherokee 85, Sergeant Bluff-Luton 60

(G) Alta/Aurelia 62, South O'Brien 25

(G) Harris-Lake Park 45, Graettinger-Terril 24

(G) (#6-1A) Newell-Fonda 49, Ridge View 31

(G) Marcus/Meriden-Cleghorn 60, Storm Lake St. Mary's 40

(G) (#5-2A) Manson-NW Webster 56, Estherville/Lincoln Central 34

(G) (#10-2A) Okoboji 68, (#10-1A) George-Little Rock 48

(G) Sioux Center 63, West Lyon 30

(G) West Sioux 53, Trinity Christian 36

(college basketball)

GPAC results

(W) Northwestern 77, Briar Cliff 64
(M) Briar Cliff 104, Northwestern 81

(W) Morningside 84, Dordt 59
(M) Morningside 85, Dordt 83, OT

Top 25 results

(1) Kentucky 82, Boston University 62
(2) Maryland 77, Illinois State 66
(5) Kansas 92, U-C-L-A 73
(7) Oklahoma 96, Incarnate Word 63
(9) North Carolina 80, Kansas State 70
(13) Indiana 83, St. John's 73
(19) Vanderbilt 86, Wake Forest 64
North Carolina State 83, (22) L-S-U 72, OT
(24) Cincinnati 64, SE Louisiana 49

(N-B-A basketball)

Indiana 123, Washington 106
Memphis 110, Dallas 96
Atlanta 121, Boston 97
L.A. Clippers 111, Denver 94
Chicago 93, Portland 88
Golden State 111, L.A. Lakers 77

(N-H-L hockey)

Ottawa 7, Dallas 4
Anaheim 5, Calgary 3

 

 

 

WEDNESDAY RESULTS - November 25

(college basketball)

(2) Maryland 86, Rhode Island 63
(5) Kansas 70, (19) Vanderbilt 63
(6) Duke 80, Yale 61
(10) Gonzaga 80, Washington 64
(12) Virginia 80, Lehigh 54
U-N-L-V 72, (13) Indiana 69
(18) U-Conn 74, Michigan 60
(21) Oregon 91, Arkansas State 68
(25) Texas A&M 84, Texas 73

(N-B-A basketball)

Orlando 100, New York 91
Charlotte 101, Washington 87
Toronto 103, Cleveland 99
Detroit 104, Miami 81
Boston 84, Philadelphia 80
Minnesota 99, Atlanta 95
Sacramento 129, Milwaukee 118
Memphis 102, Houston 93
Oklahoma City 110, Brooklyn 99
San Antonio 88, Dallas 83
New Orleans 120, Phoenix 114
Utah 102, L.A. Clippers 91

(N-H-L hockey)

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

 

 

 

THURSDAY RESULTS - November 26 (Thanksgiving Day)

(N-F-L football)

DETROIT - Matthew Stafford threw for five touchdowns and the Detroit Lions picked up their third straight win by trouncing the Philadelphia Eagles 45-14. Stafford was 27 of 38 for 337 yards and no interceptions as the Lions dropped the Eagles to 4-7. Calvin Johnson had eight receptions for 93 yards and three touchdowns for the 4-7 Lions, who held DeMarco Murray to 30 yards on 14 carries.

ARLINGTON, Texas - The Carolina Panthers are 11-0 after returning two of Tony Romo's three first-half interceptions for touchdowns in a 33-14 win at Dallas. Romo went to the locker room at the end of the third quarter with another possible left collarbone injury after he was sacked. Kurt Coleman and Luke Kuechly (KEEK'-lee) scored on interceptions, Cam Newton ran for a TD and Graham Gano (gah-NOH') hit four field goals for the NFC's only unbeaten team.

GREEN BAY, Wis. - The Green Bay Packers lost for the fourth time in five games as Jay Cutler threw for 200 yards and a touchdown in the Chicago Bears' 17-13 victory at Lambeau Field. The Bears scored their touchdowns in the second quarter on Cutler's three-yard pass to Zah Miller and Jeremy Langford's one-yard run. Aaron Rodgers threw for 202 yards, one touchdown and an interception for the 7-4 Packers, who had first-and-goal at the Chicago 8 in the final minute before dropping a half-game behind the NFC North-leading Minnesota Vikings.

Detroit 45, Philadelphia 14
Carolina 33, Dallas 14
Chicago 17, Green Bay 13

(college football)

Texas Tech 48, Texas 45

(college basketball)

ADVOCARE INVITATIONAL at Orlando, Fla. - Dayton 82, Iowa 77

(3) Michigan State 99, Boston College 68
(8) Villanova 59, Stanford 45
(25) Texas A&M 62, (10) Gonzaga 61
(11) Arizona 75, Santa Clara 73, OT
San Diego State 72, (14) California 58
Monmouth (NJ) 70, (17) Notre Dame 68
Syracuse 79, (18) U-Conn 76
Southern Cal 72, (20) Wichita State 69
(23) Xavier 64, Alabama 45

 

 

 

 

FRIDAY RESULTS - November 27

(college football)

LINCOLN, Neb. - Jordan Canzeri broke long touchdown runs on back-to-back series in the third quarter, and No. 3 Iowa completed its first perfect regular season in 93 years with a 28-20 victory over Nebraska on Friday.  The Hawkeyes (12-0, 8-0, No. 4 C-F-P) were far from dominant but good enough against the sloppy Cornhuskers (5-7, 3-5) on a raw afternoon. As one of two remaining unbeaten teams, they'll head to next week's Big Ten championship game in the middle of the College Football Playoff race.  Canzeri ran off left tackle two straight times for two touchdowns, the first one going 29 yards and the second 68 yards for a 28-17 lead. Canzeri finished with 140 yards on 17 carries.  Iowa picked off Tommy Armstrong Junior four times, with defensive end Parker Hesse returning one 4 yards for the Hawkeyes' fourth interception for a touchdown this season.

(3) Iowa 28, Nebraska 20
(15) T-C-U 28, (7) Baylor 21, two overtimes
(21) Houston 52, (16) Navy 31
(18) Oregon 52, Oregon State 42
Washington 45, (20) Washington State 10
Western Michigan 35, (24) Toledo 30

(college basketball)

( 1) Kentucky 84, South Florida 63
( 3) Michigan St. 77, Boise St. 67
( 4) Iowa St. 99, Virginia Tech 77
( 8) Villanova 69, Georgia Tech 52
(10) Gonzaga 73, (18) UConn 70
Providence 69 (11) Arizona 65
Richmond 94, (14) California 90
Northeastern 78, (15) Miami 77
(17) Notre Dame 68, Iowa 62
Alabama 64, (20) Wichita St. 60
(23) Xavier 87, Southern Cal 77
(24) Cincinnati 65, Nebraska 61
Syracuse 74, (25) Texas A&M 67

NORTHWESTERN CLASSIC IN ORANGE CITY
(W) Northwestern 91, Dakota State 61

DORDT COLLEGE CLASSIC IN SIOUX CENTER
(M) Northwestern 113, Tabor 104
(M) Dordt 121, Oglala Lakota 54

(N-B-A basketball)

Orlando 114, Milwaukee 90
Cleveland 95, Charlotte 90
Boston 111, Washington 78
Miami 97, New York 78
Atlanta 116, Memphis 101
Oklahoma City 103, Detroit 87
Houston 116, Philadelphia 114
Indiana 104, Chicago 92
San Antonio 91, Denver 80
Golden State 135, Phoenix 116
Minnesota 101, Sacramento 91
L.A. Clippers 111, New Orleans 90

(N-H-L hockey)

Montreal 3, New Jersey 2, SO
Florida 3, N.Y. Islanders 2, SO
Dallas 3, Vancouver 2, SO
Boston 4, N.Y. Rangers 3
Philadelphia 3, Nashville 2, OT
Winnipeg 3, Minnesota 1
Chicago 3, Anaheim 2, OT
Washington 4, Tampa Bay 2
Buffalo 4, Carolina 1
Columbus 2, Pittsburgh 1, OT
Detroit 4, Edmonton 3, OT
Arizona 2, Calgary 1, OT

 

 

 

SATURDAY RESULTS - November 28

(college football)

N-A-I-A PLAYOFFS - #1-Morningside (12-1) 51, #8-Tabor 6

F-C-S PLAYOFFS - #15-U-N-I (8-4) 53, #24-Eastern Illinois 17

(regular season)
West Virginia 30, Iowa State 6

Top-25
(1) Clemson 37, South Carolina 32
(2) Alabama 29, Auburn 13
(13) Stanford 38, (4) Notre Dame 36
(5) Oklahoma 58, (9) Oklahoma State 23
(6) Michigan State 55, Penn State 16
(8) Ohio State 42, (12) Michigan 13
(14) Florida State 27, (10) Florida 2
(11) North Carolina 45, North Carolina State 34
(17) Northwestern 24, Illinois 14
(19) Mississippi 38, (23) Mississippi State 27
Southern Cal 40, (22) U-C-L-A 21
(25) Temple 27, U-Conn 3

(college basketball)

(2) Maryland 80, Cleveland State 63
(4) Iowa State 84, Illinois 73
(16) Purdue 77, Lehigh 55
(24) Cincinnati 61, George Washington 56

G-P-A-C results

(M) Morningside 89, Mayville State 74

(W) Northwestern 80, Valley City State 55

DORDT COLLEGE CLASSIC IN SIOUX CENTER
(M) Northwestern 124, Oglala Lakota 44
(M) Dordt 96, Tabor 91

(N-B-A basketball)

Toronto 84, Washington 82
Cleveland 90, Brooklyn 88
San Antonio 108, Atlanta 88
Dallas 92, Denver 81
Utah 101, New Orleans 87
Portland 108, L.A. Lakers 96
Golden State 120, Sacramento 101

(N-H-L hockey)

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

 

 

 

SUNDAY RESULTS - November 29

(college football news)

AMES – Iowa State announced Sunday that 36-year-old Toledo coach Matt Campbell will be Iowa State's new football coach next season, replacing Paul Rhoads. Rhoads was fired last Sunday but was allowed to coach the Cyclones final game Saturday, a 30-6 loss at West Virginia.

(college wrestling)

Iowa 33, Iowa State 6

(N-F-L football)

Houston 24, New Orleans 6
Kansas City 30, Buffalo 22
Oakland 24, Tennessee 21
Cincinnati 31, St. Louis 7
Minnesota 20, Atlanta 10
Washington 20, N.Y. Giants 14
Indianapolis 25, Tampa Bay 12
San Diego 31, Jacksonville 25
N.Y. Jets 38, Miami 20
Arizona 19, San Francisco 13
Seattle 39, Pittsburgh 30
Denver 30, New England 24, OT

(college basketball)

(3) Michigan State 77, Providence 64
(6) Duke 85, Utah State 52
(7) Oklahoma 65, Wisconsin 48
(11) Arizona 68, Boise State 59
Alabama 74, (17) Notre Dame 73
Iowa 84, (20) Wichita State 61
(23) Xavier 90, Dayton 61
(25) S-M-U 77, Brown 69

(N-B-A basketball)

Charlotte 87, Milwaukee 82
L.A. Clippers 107, Minnesota 99
Memphis 92, Philadelphia 84
Phoenix 107, Toronto 102
Brooklyn 87, Detroit 83
Orlando 110, Boston 91
Houston 116, New York 111, OT
Indiana 107, L.A. Lakers 103

(N-H-L hockey)

Florida 2, Detroit 1, OT

   

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