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MONDAY RESULTS - November 16

(N-F-L football)

Houston 10, Cincinnati 6

(college basketball)

George Washington 73, (6) Virginia 68
(7) Iowa State 106, Chicago State 64
(12) Arizona 90, Bradley 60
(14) Indiana 102, Austin Peay 76
(15) California 85, U-C Santa Barbara 67
(16) Utah 81, San Diego State 76
(17) Vanderbilt 98, Gardner-Webb 62
(25) Oregon 74, (20) Baylor 67
(23) L-S-U 91, Kennesaw State 69
(24) Michigan 88, Elon 68

(N-B-A basketball)

Dallas 92, Philadelphia 86
Chicago 96, Indiana 95
Memphis 122, Oklahoma City 114
Boston 111, Houston 95
San Antonio 93, Portland 80
Phoenix 120, L.A. Lakers 101

(N-H-L hockey)

N.Y. Islanders 5, Arizona 2
Anaheim 4, Carolina 1
Montreal 4, Vancouver 3, OT
Detroit 4, Ottawa 3, OT
Florida 1, Tampa Bay 0
St. Louis 3, Winnipeg 2




TUESDAY RESULTS - November 17

(college basketball)

( 2) Kentucky 74, ( 5) Duke 63
( 3) Maryland 75, Georgetown 71
(13) Michigan State 79, ( 4) Kansas 73
( 8) Oklahoma 84,  Memphis 78
Tulsa 77, ( 9) Wichita State 67
(11) Villanova 87, Nebraska 63
(18) Notre Dame 86, Milwaukee 78
(19) U-Conn 85, New Hampshire 66

(N-B-A basketball)

Washington 115, Milwaukee 86
Minnesota 103, Miami 91
Brooklyn 90, Atlanta 88
Detroit 104, Cleveland 99
New York 102, Charlotte 94
Denver 115, New Orleans 98
Golden State 115, Toronto 110

(N-H-L hockey)

Los Angeles 3, Philadelphia 2, SO
San Jose 5, Boston 4
Dallas 3, Buffalo 1
Columbus 3, St. Louis 1
Pittsburgh 4, Minnesota 3
Toronto 5, Colorado 1
Nashville 3, Anaheim 2
Calgary 3, New Jersey 2

(major league baseball news)

NEW YORK — Chicago Cubs skipper Joe Maddon is the National League Manager of the year following a 97-65 season that put the team in the postseason for the first time since 2008. The Cubs finished just three games behind the NL Central-champion Cardinals in their first season under Maddon before knocking off St. Louis in the division series. Cards manager Mike Matheny finished second in the balloting, followed by Terry Collins of the New York Mets.

NEW YORK — Jeff Banister has been named the American League Manager of the Year after guiding the Texas Rangers to the AL West title in his rookie season. Banister led the Rangers to an 88-74 record and their first division title since 2011 before losing a best-of-5 division series against Toronto. He received 17 of 30 first-place votes and 112 points to beat out Houston's A.J. Hinch and Minnesota skipper Paul Molitor for the honor.




WEDNESDAY RESULTS - November 18

(college basketball)

(1) North Carolina 78, Wofford 58
(10) Gonzaga 91, Northern Arizona 52
(21) Purdue 96, Incarnate Word 61

(N-B-A basketball)

Indiana 112, Philadelphia 85
Orlando 104, Minnesota 101, OT
Charlotte 116, Brooklyn 111
Dallas 106, Boston 102
Houston 108, Portland 103, OT
Oklahoma City 110, New Orleans 103
Atlanta 103, Sacramento 97
San Antonio 109, Denver 98
Utah 93, Toronto 89
Chicago 103, Phoenix 97

(N-H-L hockey)

Winnipeg 4, Vancouver 1
Washington 2, Detroit 1, OT
Chicago 4, Edmonton 3, OT
(major league baseball news)

NEW YORK - The National League Cy Young Award has been won by Chicago Cubs ace Jake Arrieta, who paced the senior circuit in wins, shutouts and complete games. Arrieta was 22-6 with 236 strikeouts, three shutouts and a 1.77 ERA in helping the Cubs reach the postseason for the first time since 2008. He received 17 first-place votes for 169 points from the Baseball Writers' Association of America, 22 more points than runner-up Zack Greinke of the Dodgers and 69 more than Los Angeles lefty Clayton Kershaw.

NEW YORK - Houston Astros lefty Dallas Keuchel has won the AL Cy Young Award, easily beating out David Price. Keuchel got 22 first-place votes for 186 points from the Baseball Writers' Association of America after leading the league in wins, going 20-8 with a 2.48 ERA and 216 strikeouts. Oakland's Sonny Gray finished third.




THURSDAY RESULTS - November 19

(high school football playoffs)

STATE CHAMPIONSHIP GAMES AT THE UNI-DOME IN CEDAR FALLS

8-MAN - #4-Marcus/Meriden-Cleghorn (12-0) 57, #1-Don Bosco (12-1) 52

(CEDAR FALLS) -- Number-4 Marcus/Meriden-Cleghorn closed out their 8-man football era with their second State title in four years, beating top-rated Don Bosco 57-52 Thursday at the UNI-Dome in Cedar Falls.  M-M-C will be combining with Remsen-Union next school year returning the Eagles to an 11-man football status.  Ben Specht led the Eagles to victory Thursday, throwing for 293 yards and seven touchdowns.  He also ran for another score.  Jacob Spieler was on the receiving end of five TD-passes and finished with 8 catches for 187 yards.  Marcus/Meriden-Cleghorn closed the 2015 season with a perfect 12-and-0 record.


CLASS A - #7-Gladbrook-Reinbeck (12-2) 52, Akron-Westfield (11-3) 20

(CEDAR FALLS) -- Senior tailback Eric Stoakes ran for 282 yards and scored on touchdown runs of 80, 52, 53 and 21 yards to lead number-7 Gladbrook-Reinbeck to a 52-20 victory over Akron-Westfield in the Class A championship game at the UNI-Dome Thursday.  Quarterback Jake Schuman got the Rebels off to a quick start, leading them to a 28-0 lead in the first quarter.  After Stoakes scored Gladbrook-Reinbeck's first touchdown, Schuman then ran 32 and 45 yards for scores before firing a 14-yard TD-pass to Erik Knaack.  Following a scoreless second quarter, Akron-Westfield got busy trying to get back into the game in the third quarter, scoring 20 points on a pair of Cal Eskra TD-passes to Dylan Irizarry and Austin Allard before Eskra added a three yard touchdown run.  The Westerners trailed 35-20 entering the final quarter but the Rebels rattled off 17 points in a span of a little more than two minutes to ice their first football championship after two runner-up finishes, including last year's 28-24 loss to Logan-Magnolia in the finals.  Akron-Westfield finished the season at 11-and-3.


CLASS 3A - #1-Pella (14-0) 31, #7-Norwalk (12-2) 17

(N-F-L football)

Jacksonville 19, Tennessee 13

JACKSONVILLE, Fla.
- Blake Bortles was 21 of 30 for 242 yards and a go-ahead touchdown to Julius Thomas with 3:30 remaining to help Jacksonville beat Tennessee 19-13 and post consecutive wins for the first time in 23 months. Rashad Greene's 63-yard punt return set up Bortles' five-yard TD to Thomas. Marcus Mariota was 22 of 35 for 231 yards, one TD and no picks for the Titans, who are 2-8 following their eighth loss in nine games.

(college basketball)

Iowa 86, Marquette 61

(6) Virginia 82, Bradley 57
(12) Arizona 88, Boise State 76
(14) Indiana 86, Creighton 65
(16) Utah 73, Texas Tech 63
(17) Vanderbilt 79, Stony Brook 72, OT
(22) Butler 93, Missouri State 59
(23) L-S-U 78, South Alabama 66

(N-B-A basketball)

Miami 116, Sacramento 109
Cleveland 115, Milwaukee 100
Golden State 124, L.A. Clippers 117

(N-H-L hockey)

St. Louis 3, Buffalo 2, SO
Boston 4, Minnesota 2
San Jose 1, Philadelphia 0, OT
Pittsburgh 4, Colorado 3
Dallas 3, Washington 2
Arizona 3, Montreal 2
Ottawa 3, Columbus 0
Tampa Bay 2, N.Y. Rangers 1
Anaheim 3, Florida 1

(major league baseball news)

NEW YORK - Josh Donaldson has been named the American League MVP after helping the Toronto Blue Jays reach the playoffs for the first time in 22 years. Donaldson paced the AL with 123 RBIs and batted .297 with 41 home runs and a major league-best 122 runs scored. The third baseman received 23 first-place votes, runner-up Mike Trout of the Angels received seven first-place votes and Kansas City outfielder Lorenzo Cain finished third.

NEW YORK - Washington outfielder Bryce Harper has become the youngest unanimous MVP in baseball history, taking National League honors for a season in which the Nationals missed the playoffs by seven games. Harper led the majors with a .649 slugging percentage and .460 on-base average at age 22 and hit .330 with 42 home runs and 99 RBIs. Arizona first baseman Paul Goldschmidt was second in the voting, followed by Cincinnati first baseman Joey Votto.




FRIDAY RESULTS - November 20

(high school football playoffs)

STATE CHAMPIONSHIP GAMES AT THE UNI-DOME IN CEDAR FALLS

CLASS 1A - 11:06-#1-Iowa City Regina (12-1) vs. #8-Western Christian (11-2) - postponed to Monday, snow

CLASS 2A - 2:06-#9-Mount Vernon  (11-2) vs. #2-Spirit Lake (13-0) - postponed to Monday, snow

CLASS 4A - 7:06-#1-Dowling Catholic (12-0) vs. #3-Cedar Rapids Kennedy (13-0) - postponed to Monday, snow

(high school basketball)

(G) Le Mars at Okoboji  (Hall-of-Pride scrimmage game) - CANCELLED

(college basketball)

( 2) Kentucky 78, Wright St. 63
( 3) Maryland 65, Rider 58
( 5) Duke 79, VCU 71
( 6) Virginia 87, Long Beach St. 52
( 8) Oklahoma 85, McNeese St. 56
(11) Villanova 86, ETSU 51
(13) Michigan St. 92, Ark.-Pine Bluff 46
(15) California 70 East Carolina 62
Miami 90, (16) Utah 66
(20) Baylor 77, Jackson St. 60
(22) Butler 74, Temple 69
Xavier 86, (24) Michigan 70
(25) Oregon 77 Savannah St. 59

(N-B-A basketball)

Charlotte 113, Philadelphia 88
Boston 120, Brooklyn 95
Detroit 96, Minnesota 86
New Orleans 104, San Antonio 90
Memphis 96, Houston 84
New York 93, Oklahoma City 90
Dallas 102, Utah 93
Phoenix 114, Denver 107
Portland 102, L.A. Clippers 91
Golden State 106, Chicago 94
Toronto 102, L.A. Lakers 91

(N-H-L hockey)

Toronto 2, Carolina 1, SO
Columbus 4, Nashville 0
Detroit 3, Los Angeles 2
Montreal 5, N.Y. Islanders 3
Calgary 2, Chicago 1, OT
Edmonton 5, New Jersey 1

 

 

 

SATURDAY RESULTS - November 21

(high school basketball)

(G) Hinton 52, West Sioux 39

(college football)

N-A-I-A PLAYOFFS - #1-Morningside (11-1) 75, #16-St. Xavier (7-4) 69, four overtimes

SIOUX CITY -- Tyler Kavan capped a five-touchdown performance with a 13-yard run in the fourth overtime Saturday to lift top-rated Morningside to a wild 75-69 victory over No. 16 St. Xavier of Illinois in the first round of the N-A-I-A playoffs at Elwood Olsen Stadium.  Ryan Kasdorf's 29-yard touchdown pass to former Hinton standout, Jason VanderKooi, tied the game at 54-all with 58-seconds to play in the fourth quarter, forcing overtime.  After neither team scored in the first overtime, St. Xavier twice took the lead in the second and third overtimes only to have the Mustangs' Ryan Kasdorf tie it up with a 5-yard run in the second overtime and a TD-pass to Kendall Lindeman in the third overtime.  Kavan brought an end to the four-hour marathon after the Cougars failed to score in the fourth overtime.


IOWA CITY — C.J. Beathard threw three touchdown passes and No. 6 Iowa clinched a share of the Big Ten West title and a spot in the league championship game with a 40-20 win over Purdue on Saturday.  LeShun Daniels Jr. ran for two TDs for the Hawkeyes (11-0, 7-0 Big Ten, No. 5 C-F-P), who'll play at Nebraska next week in search of their first 12-0 regular season.  Iowa let Purdue get within 20-13 in the third quarter. But Beathard's 22-yard TD pass to Henry Krieger-Coble with 8:40 left sealed yet another victory for the Hawkeyes.

MANHATTAN, Kan. — Jack Cantele kicked a 42-yard field goal with three seconds left to cap Kansas State's 38-35 come-from-behind victory over Iowa State on Saturday.  Kansas State (4-6, 1-6 Big 12 Conference) recovered three Iowa State (3-8, 2-6) fumbles in the final seven minutes and rallied from a 35-14 first-half deficit.  Charles Jones ran for a 5-yard touchdown to tie it at 35 with 42 seconds following two Iowa State turnovers. Marquel Bryant then sacked and forced a Joel Lanning fumble. It was recovered by Charmeachealle Moore on the Cyclone 25 to set up Cantele's game-winner two plays later.  Lanning threw for 195 yards and three touchdown passes, two to Allen Lazard in the first half. Mike Warren ran for 195 yards with a 76-yard touchdown run in the second quarter.

CEDAR FALLS -- Aaron Bailey ran for 137 yards and scored three touchdowns Saturday to lead U-N-I to a 49-28 Missouri Valley Conference win over Southern Illinois at the UNI-Dome in Cedar Falls.  The win was the fifth in a row for No. 15 Northern Iowa (7-4, 5-3 MVC) and should have secured a spot in the F-C-S playoffs next week.  The pairings will be announced at 10 am Sunday.


(6) Iowa 40, Purdue 20
Kansas State 38, Iowa State 35
Nebraska was idle
U-N-I 49, Southern Illinois 28
Illinois State 46, U-S-D 0

Top 25
(1) Clemson 33, Wake Forest 13
(9) Michigan State 17, (2) Ohio State 14
(3) Alabama 56, Charleston Southern 6
(10) Baylor 45, (4) Oklahoma State 35
(5) Notre Dame 19, Boston College 16
(7) Oklahoma 30, (11) T-C-U 29
(8) Florida 20, F-A-U 14, OT
(12) North Carolina 30, Virginia Tech 27, OT
U-Conn 20, (13) Houston 17
(14) Michigan 28, Penn State 16
(15) Stanford 35, California 22
(16) Florida State 52, Chattanooga 13
(25) Mississippi 38, (17) L-S-U 17
U-C-L-A 17, (18) Utah 9
(19) Navy 44, Tulsa 21
(20) Northwestern 13, (21) Wisconsin 7
(23) Oregon 48, (22) Southern Cal 28
(24 Washington State 27, Colorado 3

(college basketball)

(CEDAR FALLS) -- U-N-I rallied from a 16-point second half deficit to stun top-rated North Carolina 71-67 Saturday afternoon at the McLeod Center in Cedar Falls before a crowd of 7,071.  The Panther rally spoiled the homecoming of the Tar Heels' All-American Marcus Paige, who prepped at nearby Marion Linn-Mar high school.  Paige didn't see any action in the game because of a broken hand suffered in preseason drills.  Jeremy Morgan's steal and free throw with 6.1 seconds to play sealed the most stunning upset of the young college basketball season to date and capped a 20-4 second half run by the Panthers.  Wes Washpun had 21 points for U-N-I (2-1) while Justin Jackson led Carolina with 25.

Northern Iowa 71, (1) North Carolina 67
(9) Wichita State 76, Emporia State 54
(10) Gonzaga 101, Mount St. Mary's 56
(18) Notre Dame 83, Mass.-Lowell 57
(19) U-Conn 83, Furman 58
(21) Purdue 61, Old Dominion 39

(G-P-A-C results)
(W) Morningside 77, Concordia 66
(M) Concordia 110, Morningside 99, OT

(W) Briar Cliff 84, Saint Mary 79

(M) Briar Cliff 107, Grace 76

(W) Hastings 80, Northwestern 73
(M) Hastings 107, Northwestern 99

(W) Midland Lutheran 56, Dordt 54
(M) Midland Lutheran 84, Dordt 82

(N-B-A basketball)

Sacramento 97, Orlando 91
Indiana 123, Milwaukee 86
Cleveland 109, Atlanta 97
Washington 97, Detroit 95
New York 107, Houston 102
Miami 96, Philadelphia 91
San Antonio 92, Memphis 82

(N-H-L hockey)

Boston 2, Toronto 0
Ottawa 4, Philadelphia 0
Tampa Bay 5, Anaheim 0
N.Y. Rangers 5, Florida 4, OT
San Jose 3, Pittsburgh 1
Washington 7, Colorado 3
Winnipeg 3, Arizona 2
Detroit 4, St. Louis 3, OT
Dallas 3, Buffalo 0
Minnesota 4, Nashville 0
Vancouver 6, Chicago 3






SUNDAY RESULTS - November 22

(N-F-L football)

Houston 24, N.Y. Jets 17
Denver 17, Chicago 15
Detroit 18, Oakland 13
Indianapolis 24, Atlanta 21
Tampa Bay 45, Philadelphia 17
Baltimore 16, St. Louis 13
Dallas 24, Miami 14
Carolina 44, Washington 16
Kansas City 33, San Diego 3
Seattle 29, San Francisco 13
Green Bay 30, Minnesota 13
Arizona 34, Cincinnati 31

Open: Cleveland, N.Y. Giants, New Orleans, Pittsburgh

(college basketball)

(5) Duke 86, Georgetown 84
(6) Virginia 83, George Mason 66
(11) Villanova 75, Akron 56
(12) Arizona 61, Northwestern State 42
(16) Utah 74, Temple 68
(21) Purdue 85, Florida 70
Miami 85, (22) Butler 75
(25) Oregon 73, Valparaiso 67

(N-B-A basketball)

Toronto 91, L.A. Clippers 80
New Orleans 122, Phoenix 116
Brooklyn 111, Boston 101
Oklahoma City 117, Dallas 114
Golden State 118, Denver 105
Portland 107, L.A. Lakers 93

(N-H-L hockey)

Carolina 4, Los Angeles 3
San Jose 5, Columbus 3
Montreal 4, N.Y. Islanders 2
New Jersey 3, Vancouver 2



   

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