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MONDAY RESULTS - September 14

(N-F-L football)

Atlanta 26, Philadelphia 24
San Francisco 20, Minnesota 3

SAN FRANCISCO - Carlos Hyde helped Jim Tomsula win his 49ers head coaching debut by rushing for 168 yards and two touchdowns in a 20-3 stifling of Minnesota. Hyde had scoring runs of 17 and 10 yards while outplaying Vikings running back Adrian Peterson, who had 31 yards on 10 carries. Colin Kaepernick threw for 165 yards and improved to 5-0 on Monday night.

ATLANTA - Matt Ryan hit Julio Jones for a pair of second-quarter touchdowns to help the Atlanta Falcons take a 20-3 halftime lead in a 26-24 triumph over the Philadelphia Eagles. Jones had nine receptions for 141 yards, and Ryan shook off a pair of interceptions to throw for 298 yards on 23 of 34 passing. Eagles running back DeMarco Murray ran for a pair of second-half touchdowns but had just nine yards on eight carries.

(major league baseball)

UNDATED - The American League West race is a little tighter after the Texas beat Houston 5-3 to climb within a half-game of the division-leading Astros. Prince Fielder smacked a tiebreaking, two-run blast in the eighth, two innings after Mitch Moreland hit a go-ahead, two-run homer that put the Rangers ahead 3-2 in the sixth. The Astros have dropped five of seven.

AMERICAN LEAGUE
Baltimore 2, Boston 0
Cleveland 8, Kansas City 3
N.Y. Yankees 4, Tampa Bay 1
Texas 5, Houston 3
Minnesota 7, Detroit 1
Chicago White Sox 8, Oakland 7, 14 innings
Seattle 10, L.A. Angels 1

NATIONAL LEAGUE
Washington 8, Philadelphia 7, 11 innings
N.Y. Mets 4, Miami 3
San Diego 10, Arizona 3
L.A. Dodgers 4, Colorado 1
San Francisco 5, Cincinnati 3

 

 

 

TUESDAY RESULTS - September 15

(volleyball)

(#5-1A)Gehlen Catholic (9-5/4-0) def. South O'Brien  25-11, 25-16, 20-25, 25-19)

Lady Jays statistical leaders:  KILLS: Kayla Mayer 13, Becca Konz 9, Katie Peters 8 & Krayton Schnepf 7.  BLOCKS: Katie Peters, Becca Konz & Kayla Mayer 3 each.  ASSISTS: Catalina Uribe 32.  DIGS: Carly Bunkers 16 & Brooklyn Heissel 8.  SERVING: Catalina Uribe 24-25 / 2 aces, Kayla Mayer 21-23 / 5 aces, & Carly Bunkers 16-16 / 5 aces.

(#1-3A)Unity Christian def. (#5-1A)Gehlen Catholic (9-6/4-1)  (25-12, 25-8, 25-6)

Lady Jays statistical leaders:  KILLS: Becca Konz & Krayton Schnepf 3 each.  BLOCKS: none.  ASSISTS: Catalina Uribe 10.  DIGS: Catalina Uribe 7 & Carly Bunkers 6.  SERVING: Catalina Uribe & Carly Bunkers each were 6-6 / 0 aces.



Le Mars (7-4/1-0) def. Estherville/Lincoln Central  (25-8, 25-15, 25-19)

Lady Bulldogs statistical leaders:  KILLS: Krista Zenk 19, Allison Wilken & Jen Schneider 7 each.  BLOCKS: Sydney Rand 4, Jen Schneider 3.  ASSISTS: Sydney Rand 28.  DIGS: Sydney Rand 12, Krista Zenk & Jessi Hatting 7 each.  SERVING ACES: Sydney Rand 3, Krista Zenk, Abby Simoni & Jen Schneider 2 each.

(cross country)

Woodbury Central Invitational at Moville (coed)

Gehlen finished sixth in the boys race.  Christina Schmit was the lone girls runner for Gehlen and finished 32nd in a time of 27:07.  For the boys, Jason Zenk was 22nd in 20:53, Tyler Zenk was 30th in 21:32, Thomas Pohlen took 32nd in 21:37, Carter Sitzmann was 35th in 22:01, Tyler Full finished 49th and Justin Schmit 60th.

 

Storm Lake Invitational (coed)

(GIRLS RESULTS) Varsity team champion:  Spencer.  (Le Mars finished 8th).  Individual champion:  Kourtney Delperdang of Spirit Lake in a time of 20:08.58.  Le Mars results: 2. Maddie Hurt (20:16.61)  ..  36. Mary Meis (22:59.42)  ..  50. Katrina Engebretson  ..  57. Griselda Cobian  ..  66. Abby Whiddon  ..  67. Joan Meis  ..  72. Morgan Avise.  (JV results) Unity Christian was first with Le Mars finishing 5th.  Alyssa Fedders of Unity won the JV race in a time of 24:13.98.  Cassidy Utesch was the top finisher for Le Mars with a 19th place finish with Amy Isebrand taking 21st and Maddy Mahan 26th.

(BOYS RESULTS) Varsity team champion:  Unity Christian  (Le Mars finished 7th).  Individual champion:  Jacob Vander Plaats of Unity Christian in a time of 17:12.32.  Le Mars results: 22. Andrew Tonner (18:41.28)  ..  23. Jacob Burrell (18:41.74)  ..  35. Landen Parmelee (19:08.86)  ..  49. Alec Rieken (19:49.07)  ..  56.  Kyle Zenk  ..  58. Zach Wingert  ..  75. Glen Clark.  (JV results) M-O-C/Floyd Valley was first with Le Mars finishing 10th.  Trey Schiebout of Unity Christian won the JV race in a time of 19:33.86.  Top finisher for Le Mars was Nic Hand in 43rd place with Justin Tyler finishing 49th.

(major league baseball)

INTERLEAGUE
Atlanta 3, Toronto 2

AMERICAN LEAGUE
Baltimore 6, Boston 5, 13 innings
Kansas City 2, Cleveland 0
Tampa Bay 6, N.Y. Yankees 3
Texas 6, Houston 5
Detroit 5, Minnesota 4
Oakland 17, Chicago White Sox 6
L.A. Angels 4, Seattle 3

NATIONAL LEAGUE
Pittsburgh 5, Chicago Cubs 4, 1st game
Chicago Cubs 2, Pittsburgh 1, 2nd game
Washington 4, Philadelphia 0
Miami 9, N.Y. Mets 3
St. Louis 3, Milwaukee 1, 10 innings
Arizona 6, San Diego 4
Colorado 5, L.A. Dodgers 4, 16 innings
Cincinnati 9, San Francisco 8, 10 innings

 

 

 

WEDNEDSAY RESULTS - September 16

(American Association playoffs)

Championship Series - Sioux City Explorers 10, Laredo Lemurs 2  (Sioux City leads best-of-five series, 1-0)

(LAREDO, TEXAS) -- The Sioux City Explorers erupted for seven runs in their final two at-bats to break open Game One of their American Association Championship Series with Laredo, beating the Lemurs 10-2 in Texas Wednesday night.  Rene Tosoni had three hits and drove in five runs for the X's while American Association Pitcher-of-the-Year Patrick Johnson threw six shutout innings on four hits to get the win.

(major league baseball)

INTERLEAGUE
Toronto 9, Atlanta 1

AMERICAN LEAGUE
Boston 10, Baltimore 1
Cleveland 5, Kansas City 1
N.Y. Yankees 3, Tampa Bay 1
Texas 14, Houston 3
Detroit 7, Minnesota 4, 12 innings
Chicago White Sox 9, Oakland 4
Seattle 3, L.A. Angels 1

NATIONAL LEAGUE
Chicago Cubs 3, Pittsburgh 2, 12 innings
Washington 12, Philadelphia 2
Miami 6, N.Y. Mets 0
St. Louis 5, Milwaukee 4
San Diego 4, Arizona 3
L.A. Dodgers 2, Colorado 0
San Francisco 5, Cincinnati 3

 

 

 

THURSDAY RESULTS - September 17

(SIOUX CITY) -- 79-year old Ray Nacke has passed away.  The long-time fiery Briar Cliff basketball coach died Tuesday at his home in Sioux City.  Nacke coached for 41 years after graduating from Westmar College.  His 26-year stint at Briar Cliff was his most successful tenure, winning 507 games while with the Chargers.  He was named to the N-A-I-A Hall-of-Fame in 2008.

(high school football)

CLASS 4A
Sioux City East 56, Council Bluffs A-L 7 (ND)

(college football)

(11) Clemson 20, Louisville 17

LOUISVILLE, Ky. - Deshaun Watson threw two touchdown passes, Wayne Gallman ran for 139 yards and No. 11 Clemson held off Louisville 20-17 to improve to 3-0 in the Atlantic Coast Conference opener for both schools. Louisville is 0-3 for the first time since 1984.

(N-F-L football)

Denver 31, Kansas City 24

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - The Denver Broncos are 2-0 following an improbable 31-24 victory that stunned Kansas City Chiefs last night. After Peyton Manning's 19-yard TD pass to Emmanuel Sanders tied the game with 36 seconds left, on the next play Bradley Roby scooped up a fumble and ran 21 yards for the winning scored just nine seconds later.

(American Association playoffs)

Championship Series - Laredo Lemurs 5, Sioux City Explorers 2  (best-of-five series tied 1-1)

(LAREDO, TEXAS) -- Laredo scored five runs in the second inning Thursday night against league E.R.A. leader Ryan Zimmerman and the Lemurs beat the Sioux City Explorers 5-2 to even the American Association Championship Series at one win each.  Noah Perio drove in both runs for the X's.  The two teams travel to Sioux City for Game Three Saturday at Lewis and Clark Park.  Game time will be 7:05.

(major league baseball)

INTERLEAGUE
Toronto 5, Atlanta 0

AMERICAN LEAGUE
Oakland 4, Chicago White Sox 2
Baltimore 4, Tampa Bay 3
Kansas City 8, Cleveland 4
Texas 8, Houston 2
L.A. Angels 11, Minnesota 8

NATIONAL LEAGUE
Chicago Cubs 9, Pittsburgh 6
Miami 6, Washington 4
St. Louis 6, Milwaukee 3

 

 

 

FRIDAY RESULTS - September 18

(high school football)

(LE MARS) -- Sioux Center rallied from a 27-7 first half deficit to beat Le Mars 28-27 Friday night to spoil the Bulldogs' homecoming.  Le Mars got off to a great start, scoring 21-first quarter points.  Collin Nemmers returned a punt 82 yards for the first score and sophomore quarterback Gabe Eckstaine, making his first career start in place of the injured Koster Buss, ran three yards for a score and threw a three-yard TD pass to Keaton Candor.  Blake Kammerman's three yard touchdown run late in the first quarter trimmed the Bulldogs lead to 21-7.  But Eckstaine answered with an 11-yard TD pass to Silas Buss to increase the Bulldogs' lead to 27-7.  Ko Kieft, who quarterbacked Sioux Center to a State runner-up in Class 2A in 2014, threw the first of his three touchdown passes late in the first half on a 24-yard scoring strike to Marcus Winterfeld to trim the Le Mars lead to 27-14 at the break.  Blake Kammerman caught a 67-yard bomb from Kieft in the third quarter to close the gap to 27-21 and another Kieft-to-Winterfeld four-yard scoring pass on the first play of the fourth quarter tied the game at 27-all.  Cristian Olivares' extra point gave the Warriors their first lead of the night.  Kieft finished 11-of-22 for 227 yards.  Eckstaine was 16-of-33 for 240 yards, but threw three interceptions.  The loss drops Le Mars to 0-and-4.  The Bulldogs return to district play next Friday when they host Denison-Schleswig at Jim Lorenzen Field.

(AKRON) -- Cal Eskra passed for 369 yards and six touchdown, four to Austin Allard, to lead Akron-Westfield to a 41-6 win over Gehlen Catholic Friday night in a Class A District 2 clash in Akron.  Eskra threw four TD-passes in the final 5:11 of the first half.  His first strike was to Aaron Allard from 50 yards away.  Eskra then found Austin Allard, Aaron's twin brother, on scoring passes of 41, 72, and 3 yards for a 28-0 halftime lead.  Eskra and Austin Allard hooked up for a fourth time midway through the third quarter on an 11-yard scoring pass for a 35-0 lead.  Eskra finished his big night with a 35-yard scoring strike to Caleb Colt.  The Westerners finished with 499 yards of offense.  Gehlen dented the end zone with 4:23 to play on a 5-yard run by Eli Ellensohn.  The Jays were limited to just 171 yards offensively but Roman Freking had another solid night with 90 yards rushing on 18 carries.  A-W improves to 3-and-1 and 2-and-0 in district play.  They'll travel to West Sioux next Friday.  Gehlen slips to 0-and-4 for the season and 0-and-2 in district play.  The Jays travel to Woodbury Central next Friday for a game that will be featured on KLEM.

CLASS 3A - District 1
Sioux Center 28, LeMars (0-4) 27 (ND)  (homecoming)
(#4)Bishop Heelan 24, Spencer 6
Sergeant Bluff-Luton 34, (#8)Boyden-Hull/Rock Valley 14
Storm Lake 49, Denison-Schleswig 21

CLASS A - District 2
Akron-Westfield (4-1/2-0) 41, Gehlen Catholic (0-4/0-2) 6
Lawton-Bronson 47, Sioux Central 8
(#9)West Sioux 46, (#6)South O'Brien 6
Woodbury Central 20, Alta/Aurelia 7

CLASS 1A - District 2
(#4)Hinton (4-0/2-0) 42, Hartley-Melvin-Sanborn 7
Ridge View 24, Unity Christian 21
Western Christian 52, Sibley-Ocheyedan 14
(#9)West Lyon 34, Emmetsburg 7 (ND)

CLASS 2A - District 1
MOC-Floyd Valley 28, Central Lyon/ George-Little Rock 20
Cherokee 47, Sheldon 29
(#2)Spirit Lake 48, Okoboji 6

CLASS 4A
Sioux City West 36, Sioux City North 7 (ND)

8-MAN - District 1
(#1)Newell-Fonda 72,  Kingsley-Pierson (4-1/1-1) 38
Exira/Elk Horn-Kimballton 55, Ar-We-Va 24
Boyer Valley 52, West Harrison 16
Woodbine 46, River Valley 8

8-MAN - District 2
Remsen St. Mary's (2-2/1-0) 48, Remsen-Union (1-4/0-2) 20
(#9)Graettinger-Terril/Ruthven-Ayrshire 20, West Bend-Mallard 18
Harris-Lake Park 54, Clay Central-Everly 0
(#5)Marcus/Meriden-Cleghorn was idle

(college football)

(9) Florida State 14, Boston College 0

BOSTON - Ninth-ranked Florida State looked rather ordinary against Boston College on Friday, but it was enough to secure its 25th consecutive A-C-C victory.  Cornerback Jalen Ramsey returned a fourth-quarter fumble 36 yards for a touchdown to secure the Seminoles' win in Boston, 14-0 over the Eagles. Everett Golson threw for F-S-U's other touchdown but was just 15 of 24 for 119 yards.

(major league baseball)

INTERLEAGUE
N.Y. Mets 5, N.Y. Yankees 1

AMERICAN LEAGUE
Toronto 6, Boston 1
Detroit 5, Kansas City 4, 12 innings
Tampa Bay 8, Baltimore 6
Cleveland 12, Chicago White Sox 1
Seattle 3, Texas 1
Oakland 4, Houston 3
L.A. Angels at Minnesota, ppd., rain

NATIONAL LEAGUE
Chicago Cubs 8, St. Louis 3
Washington 5, Miami 4, 10 innings
Atlanta 2, Philadelphia 1
Cincinnati 5, Milwaukee 3
Colorado 7, San Diego 4
L.A. Dodgers 6, Pittsburgh 2
Arizona 2, San Francisco 0

 

 

 

SATURDAY RESULTS - September 19

(college football)

(IOWA CITY) -- Iowa's Marshall Koehn kicked a school-record 57-yard field goal as time expired Saturday night to push Iowa past Pittsburgh 27-24, giving the Hawkeyes a 3-and-0 start for the first time in six years.  Pittsburgh tied the game at 24-all with 52 seconds left on an eight-yard touchdown pass from Nate Peterman to Tyler Boyd.  Panther coach Pat Narduzzi called timeout to ice Koehn just after he kicked his first attempt, which was well short.  But Koehn's second try sailed straight through the uprights to give Iowa its most thrilling win in years.  C.J. Beathard had 258 yards passing for the Hawkeyes.  He drove Iowa 31 yards in the final 50 seconds to set up Koehn's kick.

(TOLEDO, Ohio) — Cole Netten's missed 32-yard field goal as time expired in regulation was the obvious turning point in Iowa State's 30-23 double overtime loss to Toledo on Saturday night, particularly when the junior had hit a career-long 47-yarder through the same uprights to tie the game just minutes earlier.  But Cyclones coach Paul Rhoads said there were plenty of opportunities missed earlier in the contest.  Iowa State squandered a late scoring chance after Brian Peavy's diving interception of Toledo quarterback Phillip Ely gave the Cyclones the ball at midfield with 2:36 remaining in the tie game.   Running back Mike Warren fumbled it back to Toledo 86 seconds later, however, at the Rockets' 15-yard-line. Netten (44 yards) and Toledo's Jameson Vest (42 yards) exchanged field goals on the teams' first overtime possession. Toledo had the ball first in the second overtime and scored on a 10-yard sweep from Damion Jones-Moore. On a last-gasp, fourth-and-goal play on Iowa State's next possession, quarterback Sam Richardson eluded a handful of Toledo defenders before defensive end Tre James caught him from behind for a sack to end the game. The Cyclones were penalized 14 times for 113 yards in the game.  Iowa State, which has a bye week next weekend, falls to 1-and-2 for the season.

(SAN LUIS OBISPO, Calif.) — Aaron Bailey threw for a touchdown and ran for two more as Northern Iowa beat Cal Poly 34-20 on Saturday night.  Northern Iowa jumped to a 21-0 first quarter lead.  Cal Poly answered with its first touchdown early in the second, but the Panthers added another before halftime and stretched the lead to 34-7 early in the fourth quarter.  Daurice Fountain led the Panthers receiving unit with eight catches for 123 yards. Braden Lehman caught Bailey's only TD pass, a 7-yarder in the second quarter. Bailey finished 15 of 25 passing for 218 yards and had 11 carries for 57 yards.  U-N-I improves their season record to 2-and-1.

 

Iowa 27, Pittsburgh 24
Toledo 30, Iowa State 23, two overtimes
Miami (Fla.) 36, Nebraska 33, overtime
U-N-I 34, Cal Poly 20
U-S-D 52, Drake 0   (former Gehlen standout Trevor Bouma ran for 117 yards and three touchdowns for the Coyotes)
Morningside 49, Dordt 0
Briar Cliff 23, Nebraska Wesleyan 7
Northwestern 17, Concordia (Neb.) 14
Wayne State 34, Northern State 27
Buena Vista was idle

Top 20

( 1) Ohio State 20, Northern Illinois 13
(15) Mississippi 43, ( 2) Alabama 37
( 3) TCU 56, Southern Methodist 37
( 4) Michigan State 35, Air Force 21
Stanford 41, ( 6) Southern California 31
( 7) Georgia 52, South Carolina 20
( 8) Notre Dame 30, (14) Georgia Tech 22
(10) UCLA 24, (19) Brigham Young 10
(12) Oregon 61, Georgia St. 28
(13) LSU 45, (18) Auburn 21
(16) Oklahoma 52, Tulsa 38
(17) Texas A-and-M 44, Nevada 27
(20) Arizona 77, Northern Arizona 13
(21) Utah 45, Fresno State 24
(22) Missouri 9, Connecticut 6
(23) Northwestern 19, Duke 10
(24) Wisconsin 28, Troy State 3
(25) Oklahoma State 69, Texas-San Antonio 14

(major league baseball)

INTERLEAGUE
N.Y. Yankees 5, N.Y. Mets 0

AMERICAN LEAGUE
L.A. Angels 4, Minnesota 3, 12 innings, 1st game
L.A. Angels 5, Minnesota 2, 2nd game
Boston 7, Toronto 6
Baltimore 2, Tampa Bay 1
Detroit 6, Kansas City 5, 11 innings
Chicago White Sox 4, Cleveland 3
Houston 10, Oakland 6
Texas 10, Seattle 1

NATIONAL LEAGUE
Chicago Cubs 5, St. Louis 4
Arizona 6, San Francisco 0
Washington 5, Miami 2
Cincinnati 9, Milwaukee 7
Atlanta 2, Philadelphia 1
Colorado 10, San Diego 2
Pittsburgh 3, L.A. Dodgers 2

(American Association playoffs)

Championship Series -- Laredo Lemurs 6, Sioux City Explorers 4   (Laredo leads best-of-five series 2-1)

(SIOUX CITY) -- The Laredo Lemurs rallied from a 4-0 deficit to beat the Sioux City Explorers 6-4 Saturday night at Lewis and Clark Park and now need one more victory to secure the American Association championship for 2015.  The Lemurs scored all six runs in the 4th inning after the X's had scored one in the 1st and three more in the 2nd inning.  Drew Martinez drilled a bases-loaded double into the left-field corner to plate three runs, putting Laredo in front 5-4 and and then completed the big six-run outburst by scoring on a wild pitch.  Laredo, who made the post season four-team field as a wild card entry, will look to wrap up the series Sunday night at 5 p.m. at Sioux City's Lewis and Clark Park.  The Explorers, who have dropped the last two games of the Championship Series after a 10-2 win in Game 1, have not lost three straight games all season.  If Sioux City wins Sunday's contest they would host a decisive Game 5 Monday night.

 

 

 

SUNDAY RESULTS - September 20

(volleyball)

C-Y-O Tournament at the Gehlen gym Kuemper Catholic finished first  ..  Bishop Heelan finished second  ..  Gehlen Catholic finished 3rd.

Gehlen Catholic results:  (Lady Jays finished 4-and-2 for the day to improve to 13-and-8 for the season)

(#9-1A)Gehlen Catholic def. Remsen St. Mary's  (19-21, 21-7, 15-5)

Gehlen statistical leaders:  KILLS: Krayton Schnepf 8.  BLOCKS: Becca Konz 2.  ASSISTS: Catalina Uribe 24.  DIGS: Carly Bunkers 12.  SERVING: Jill Kessenich 13-14 / 1 ace & Carly Bunkers 8-8 / 1 ace.

 

(#9-1A)Gehlen Catholic def. Bishop Garrigan  (21-19, 22-20)

Gehlen statistical leaders:  KILLS: Krayton Schnepf 6 & Katie Peters 5.  BLOCKS: Catalina Uribe & Becca Konz 1 each.  ASSISTS: Catalina Uribe 15.  DIGS: Jill Kessenich 9.  SERVING: Catalina Uribe 11-12 / 1 ace & Kayla Mayer 9-9/ 1 ace.

 

(#9-1A Gehlen Catholic def. Storm Lake St. Mary's (21-6, 21-8)

Gehlen statistical leaders:  KILLS: Becca Konz 5.  BLOCKS: Katie Peters 3.  ASSISTS: Catalina Uribe 13.  DIGS: Carly Bunkers 5 & Catalina Uribe 4.  SERVING: Jill Kessenich 10-11 / 3 aces & Kayla Mayer 8-8 / 1 ace.

 

(#3-3A)Kuemper Catholic def. (#9-1A)Gehlen Catholic (21-16, 21-6)

Gehlen statistical leaders:  KILLS: Becca Konz 3, Katie Peters & Krayton Schnepf 2 each.  BLOCKS: Becca Konz & Katie Peters 1 each.  ASSISTS: Catalina Uribe 8.  DIGS: Catalina Uribe & Brooklyn Heissel 3 each.  SERVING: Becca Konz 6-7 / 2 aces.

 

(#9-1A)Gehlen Catholic def. Fort Dodge St. Edmond (21-12, 23-21)

Gehlen statistical leaders:  KILLS: Becca Konz, Katie Peters & Krayton Schnepf 5 each.  BLOCKS: Katie Peters 3, Catalina Uribe & Krayton Schnepf 2 each.  ASSISTS: Catalina Uribe 8.  DIGS: Jill Kessenich 9 & Carly Bunkers 8.  SERVING: Jill Kessenich 15-16/ 2 aces.

 

(#4-4A)Bishop Heelan def. (#9-1A)Gehlen Catholic (21-17, 21-15)

Gehlen statistical leaders:  KILLS: Krayton Schnepf 5, Kayla Mayer 4 & Katie Peters 3.  BLOCKS: Katie Peters & Jill Kessenich 1 each.  ASSISTS: Catalina Uribe 13.  DIGS: Jill Kessenich & Catalina Uribe 9 each & Carly Bunkers 7.  SERVING: Becca Konz 10-10 / 2 aces.


(American Association playoffs)

Championship Series -- Laredo Lemurs 12, Sioux City Explorers 5   (Laredo wins best-of-five series, 3-1)

(major league baseball)

INTERLEAGUE
N.Y. Yankees 11, N.Y. Mets 2

AMERICAN LEAGUE
Boston 4, Toronto 3
Kansas City 10, Detroit 3
Tampa Bay 7, Baltimore 6
Cleveland 6, Chicago White Sox 3
Minnesota 8, L.A. Angels 1
Houston 5, Oakland 1
Seattle 9, Texas 2

NATIONAL LEAGUE
Washington 13, Miami 3
Atlanta 2, Philadelphia 1
Milwaukee 8, Cincinnati 4
St. Louis 4, Chicago Cubs 3
San Francisco 5, Arizona 1
Pittsburgh 4, L.A. Dodgers 3
San Diego 10, Colorado 4

(N-F-L football)

Tampa Bay 26, New Orleans 19
Minnesota 26, Detroit 16
Arizona 48, Chicago 23
Carolina 24, Houston 17
Pittsburgh 43, San Francisco 18
New England 40, Buffalo 32
Cincinnati 24, San Diego 19
Cleveland 28, Tennessee 14
Atlanta 24, N.Y. Giants 20
Washington 24, St. Louis 10
Oakland 37, Baltimore 33
Jacksonville 23, Miami 20
Dallas 20, Philadelphia 10
Green Bay 27, Seattle 17

   

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