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MONDAY RESULTS - February 2

(high school bowling)

OA-BCIG at Le Mars - cancelled

(high school basketball)

(G) Remsen St. Mary's 49, Storm Lake St. Mary's 40
(B) Remsen St. Mary's 76, Storm Lake St. Mary's 54

(G) Clay Central-Everly 51, Trinity Christian 39
(B) Trinity Christian 69, Clay Central-Everly 29

(G) (#11-1A)George-Little Rock 76, Adrian (MN.) 48
(B) George-Little Rock 73, Adrian (MN.) 62

(G) Sioux City West 69, South Sioux City 66

WESTERN VALLEY CONFERENCE BOYS TOURNAMENT
(winners bracket semifinals)
(#4-1A)Maple Valley/Anthon-Oto 71, OA-BCIG 38
Ridge View 56, West Monona 55

(losers bracket)
Lawton-Bronson 63, Woodbury Central 60
Siouxland Christian 56, Kingsley-Pierson 50
River Valley 73, Westwood 55

(college basketball)

(3) Virginia 75, (12) North Carolina 64
(8) Kansas 89, (11) Iowa State 76

(N-B-A basketball)

Charlotte 92, Washington 88
Cleveland 97, Philadelphia 84
Milwaukee 82, Toronto 75
Brooklyn 102, L.A. Clippers 100
New Orleans 115, Atlanta 100
Oklahoma City 104, Orlando 97
Dallas 100, Minnesota 94
Memphis 102, Phoenix 101

(N-H-L hockey)

Edmonton 5, San Jose 4, SO
N.Y. Rangers 6, Florida 3
Calgary 5, Winnipeg 2

 

 

 

TUESDAY RESULTS - February 3

(high school basketball)

ESTHERVILLE  -- The second-rated (3A) Le Mars Bulldogs continue to close in on a Lakes Conference boys basketball title with an 87-66 win at Estherville/Lincoln Central Tuesday night.  Three Bulldog starters scored over 20 points  --  Tyler Borchers had a season-best 26 to lead Le Mars with Trent Hilbrands and Tyler Paulson adding 21 each.  Caleb Cline dropped in 14.  Le Mars improves to 14-and-2 on the season and 11-and-1 in conference play, keeping the Dogs a game ahead of Western Christian and Spirit Lake with two league games to play.

The Le Mars girls continued their second half resurgence with a 53-39 win over E-L-C.  Holly Schneider and Kassidy Rieken tallied 16 points each to lead the Lady Bulldogs to their 10th win in the last 14 games.  Le Mars improves to 10-and-8 for the season and 8-and-4 in the Lakes Conference, good for a second place tie with state-rated Spirit Lake.

The Le Mars boys host Sioux City East in a j-v/varsity doubleheader Thursday night at the Bulldogs' new gym before Storm Lake rolls into Le Mars Friday night for Lakes Conference play.  Thursday's boys game with East will be carried on KLEM.

HULL  -- For the second straight Tuesday night, state-rated Gehlen Catholic had to go to overtime to earn a boys basketball win.  The number seven (1A) Jays beat Trinity Christian 50-44 in double overtime at Hull to get back into the win column and improve to 16-and-1.  Gehlen beat West Sioux in overtime last Tuesday before suffering their first regular season loss in two years Friday night at South O'Brien.  Seniors Alex Kellen and Ryan Stoll led the way to victory with 15 and 11 points respectively.

Morgan Whitehead led the Gehlen Catholic girls to their second win in a row with 18 points as the Lady Jays won a hard-fought 48-40 victory at Trinity Christian Tuesday night in a non-conference match-up.  Carli Murphy and Jolee Linden added nine points each and Murphy pulled down 12 rebounds for the Lady Jays.  Gehlen is now 7-and-11 for the season.

Gehlen hosts Hartley-Melvin-Sanborn Friday night at the Leroy Kellen gym.  The War Eagle Conference doubleheader will be carried on KLEM.

 

LAKES CONFERENCE
(G) Le Mars (10-8/8-4) 53, Estherville/Lincoln Central 39
(B) (#2-3A)Le Mars (14-2/11-1) 87, Estherville/Lincoln Central 66

(G) (#2-2A)Western Christian 75, Spencer 49
(B) (#3-2A)Western Christian 69, Spencer 64

(G) (#4-3A)Spirit Lake 45, Emmetsburg 28
(B) (#4-3A)Spirit Lake 81, Emmetsburg 48

(G) Cherokee 79, Storm Lake 27
(B) Cherokee 66, Storm Lake 59

WAR EAGLE CONFERENCE
(G) Gehlen Catholic (7-11) 48, Trinity Christian 40
(B) (#7-1A)Gehlen Catholic (16-1) 50, Trinity Christian 44, two overtimes

(G) Remsen-Union 54, Harris-Lake Park 36*
(B) Harris-Lake Park 61, Remsen-Union 29*

(G) (#12-2A)Hartley-Melvin-Sanborn 58, Remsen St. Mary's 38*
(B) Remsen St. Mary's 68, Hartley-Melvin-Sanborn 67*

(G) (#1-2A)Unity Christian 78, West Sioux 30*
(B) Unity Christian 42, West Sioux 37*

(G) (#6-4A)Bishop Heelan 63, (#13-2A)Hinton 44

(G) Elk Point-Jefferson (S.D.) 49, Akron-Westfield 28
(B) Elk Point-Jefferson (S.D.) 68, Akron-Westfield 65

(G) (#14-1A)Marcus/Meriden-Cleghorn 65, South O'Brien 50
(B) South O'Brien 70, Marcus/Meriden-Cleghorn 42

WESTERN VALLEY CONFERENCE GIRLS TOURNAMENT
(winners bracket semifinals)
(#3-1A)Kingsley-Pierson (19-0) 70, Woodbury Central 46
(#8-2A)Maple Valley/Anthon-Oto 61, Lawton-Bronson 53

(losers bracket)
Ridge View 43, Westwood 41
OA-BCIG 65, River Valley 25
Siouxland Christian 56, West Monona 47

SIOUXLAND CONFERENCE
(G) Okoboji 49, M-O-C/Floyd Valley 44
(B) (#6-3A)M-O-C/Floyd Valley 66, Okoboji 44

(G) (#3-3A)Sioux Center 71, Rock Valley 41
(B) Rock Valley 70, Sioux Center 61

(G) (#11-1A)George-Little Rock 67, (#15-1A)Central Lyon 61
(B) (#5-1A)Central Lyon 74, George-Little Rock 54

(G) Sheldon 61, West Lyon 53
(B) Sheldon 53, West Lyon 44

(G) Sibley-Ocheyedan 40, Boyden-Hull 36
(B) (#6-1A)Boyden-Hull 77, Sibley-Ocheyedan 25

MISSOURI RIVER ACTIVITIES CONFERENCE
(G) Sergeant Bluff-Luton 81, Denison-Schleswig 44
(B) Sergeant Bluff-Luton 72, Denison-Schleswig 64

(B) Sioux Falls O'Gorman 75, Sioux City North 58

(college basketball)

(1) Kentucky 69, Georgia 58
(5) Wisconsin 92, Indiana 78
(9) Louisville 63, Miami 55
(14) Northern Iowa 61, Indiana State 51
(21) Oklahoma 71, (15) West Virginia 52
(22) Butler 85, St. John's 62

(N-B-A basketball)

Philadelphia 105, Denver 98
Detroit 108, Miami 91
Boston 108, New York 97
Portland 103, Utah 102
Golden State 121, Sacramento 96

(N-H-L hockey)

Colorado 3, Dallas 2, SO
New Jersey 2, Ottawa 1
Florida 4, N.Y. Islanders 2
Washington 4, Los Angeles 0
Arizona 4, Columbus 1
Buffalo 3, Montreal 2
St. Louis 2, Tampa Bay 1, OT
Nashville 4, Toronto 3
Minnesota 3, Chicago 0
Vancouver 3, Winnipeg 2, OT
Anaheim 5, Carolina 4, OT

 

 

 

WEDNESDAY RESULTS - February 4

(college basketball)

G-P-A-C results:
(W) Morningside 65, Mount Marty 61
(M) Morningside 79, Mount Marty 63

(W) Briar Cliff 73, Northwestern 63
(M) Briar Cliff 92, Northwestern 62

(W) Dakota Wesleyan 64, Dordt 54
(M) Dakota Wesleyan 102, Dordt 72

Top 25
(4) Duke 72, Georgia Tech 66
(7) Villanova 70, Marquette 52
(10) Notre Dame 71, Boston College 63
(16) Wichita State 62, Bradley 59
(17) Maryland 64, Penn State 58
(18) V-C-U 72, George Mason 60

(N-B-A basketball)

Indiana 114, Detroit 109
Brooklyn 109, Toronto 93
Boston 104, Denver 100
Atlanta 105, Washington 96
Houston 101, Chicago 90
Milwaukee 113, L-A Lakers 105
Minnesota 102, Miami 101
Oklahoma City 102, New Orleans 91
San Antonio 110, Orlando 103
Memphis 100, Utah 90
Golden State 128, Dallas 114

(N-H-L hockey)

N-Y Rangers 3, Boston 2
Pittsburgh 2, Edmonton 0
Calgary 3, San Jose 1

 

 

 

 

THURSDAY RESULTS - February 5

(high school bowling)

(girls results) Le Mars (8-0) 2501, West Sioux 1976  (HIGH GAME) Sydney Landis (206) & Mikayla Smith (202).  (HIGH SERIES) Colleen Zenk (383).

(boys results) Le Mars (6-2) 2888, West Sioux 2060  (HIGH GAME) Matt Hystad (243) & Jacob Beyer (224).  (HIGH SERIES) Matt Hystad (466).

(high school wrestling)

Sioux City North (25-2) 54, Le Mars (16-11) 21

Bulldog winners: 120#-Donny Allaway won by a 5-3 decision  ..  138#-Nic Madsen won by a fall  ..  220#-Hunter Fedders won by a fall  ..  285#-Jesus Diaz won by a fall.

(high school basketball)

LE MARS  -- Sioux City East took advantage of a cold shooting fourth quarter by the Le Mars boys basketball team Thursday night to take a 60-51 decision in a non-conference match-up at the new Le Mars gym.  Tyler Borchers opened the fourth quarter with a field goal for the Bulldogs to forge a 46-all tie with 7:36 to play.  That would be the final field goal of the game for the Dogs as they missed their final 11 shots from the floor to finish 1-for-12 in the final eight minutes and were outscored 14-7 by the Black Raiders.  Borchers finished with a game-high 21 points for Le Mars while Tyler Paulson added 14, but only two after halftime.  Trent Hilbrands, who averages 12 points a game, was limited to one field goal and two points.  Andre Harris led a balanced East scoring attack with 14 with Alex Stueve adding 13 and Austin Ahrent 10.  The loss drops the second-rated (3A) Bulldogs to 14-and-3 for the season while Sioux City East improves to 17-and-10.  Le Mars won the J-V game 57-46 as Will Pottebaum tallied 21 points.  Le Mars continues their four-game homestand Friday with Storm Lake rolling into town for a Lakes Conference twinbill.

(B) Sioux City East 60, (#2-3A)Le Mars (14-3) 51

(G) (#14-2A)Hinton 59, Clay Central-Everly 56
(B) Hinton 89, Clay Central-Everly 34

(G) (#1-2A)Unity Christian 88, Rock Valley 45
(B) Rock Valley 48, Unity Christian 41

(B) Emmetsburg 58, Storm Lake St. Mary's 54

(G) (#6-4A)Bishop Heelan 71, Sioux City West 64

(G) Sergeant Bluff-Luton 57, Sioux City North 38

WESTERN VALLEY CONFERENCE BOYS TOURNAMENT (loser's bracket)
Woodbury Central 76, OA-BCIG 75
West Monona 76, Lawton-Bronson 62
Siouxland Christian 43, Westwood 36

(college basketball)

Iowa 72, Michigan 54

ANN ARBOR - Jarrod Uthoff had 16 points and nine rebounds, and Iowa scored the final 12 points of the first half en route to a 72-54 victory over Michigan Thursday night.
The Wolverines, playing without injured guards Caris LeVert and Derrick Walton, did not score for the final 6:58 of the half, and the Hawkeyes (14-8, 5-4 Big Ten) led 31-21 at halftime. Mike Gesell finished with 14 points for Iowa, and Aaron White added 13.
Aubrey Dawkins led Michigan with 16 points, but the Wolverines (13-10, 6-5) continue to be plagued by extended scoring droughts. They were held without a point in overtime in a loss at Michigan State on Sunday, and they never really threatened Iowa after the Hawkeyes built a comfortable lead.
It ended up being Michigan's most lopsided home loss since Dec. 28, 2010, when Purdue beat the Wolverines 80-57 in Ann Arbor.

Top 25

(2) Gonzaga 77, Santa Clara 63
Cincinnati 62, (23) S-M-U 54

(N-B-A basketball)

Charlotte 94, Washington 87
Cleveland 105, L.A. Clippers 94
Dallas 101, Sacramento 78
Portland 108, Phoenix 87

(N-H-L hockey)

N.Y. Islanders 3, Philadelphia 2, SO
Carolina 2, Arizona 1, SO
St. Louis 3, Buffalo 0
Washington 2, Ottawa 1
Florida 3, Los Angeles 2
Anaheim 5, Nashville 2
Tampa Bay 5, Dallas 3
Detroit 3, Colorado 0
San Jose 5, Vancouver 1

 

 

 

 

FRIDAY RESULTS - February 6

(high school basketball)

LE MARS  -- Regan Shockley ignited a 19-0 run that erased a 15-14 deficit and number-11 (2A) Hartley-Melvin-Sanborn rolled to their 13th straight win, 50-24, over Gehlen Catholic Friday night in War Eagle Conference girls basketball action at the LeRoy Kellen gym.  Shockley, who moved into the H-M-S school district from Central Lee, Donnellson after last season, helped light a fire under what had been a stagnant Hawks' offense for much of the first half, scoring ten of her game-high 20 points during the 19-0 run.  Taylor Peters hit a pair of free throws for Gehlen with 2:47 to play in the first half to give the Lady Jays a 15-14 lead.  That would be Gehlen's last points for nearly nine minutes until Carli Murphy's two free throws ended the drought at the 1:35 mark of the third quarter.  By then H-M-S had built an 18-point lead.  Murphy was the only Lady Jay to hit for double figures, scoring 13.  Gehlen's leading scorer, Morgan Whitehead, was limited to just two points.  Gehlen falls to 7-and-12 for the season and 5-and-5 in the W-E-C.  H-M-S, which hasn't loss since December, improves to 18-and-2 for the season and 8-and-2 in league play.

The seventh-rated Gehlen Catholic boys avoided an upset bid by Hartley-Melvin-Sanborn by outscoring the Hawks 18-5 in the final 4:47 of the game to pull out a 64-55 win Friday.  The victory assures the Jays of at least a share of the War Eagle Conference title for 2014-2015 as they improve to 9-and-1 in league play and 17-and-1 for the season.  H-M-S led by 13 points with 12 minutes to play before the Jays closed the third quarter with a 15-4 charge that narrowed the deficit to two heading into the fourth quarter.  A personal foul coupled with a technical foul at the 4:47 mark of the fourth quarter seemed to be the tipping point in the contest.  Gehlen's Carson Kneip and Ryan Stoll connected on two foul shots each to tie the game at 50-all.  That fueled a 10-0 run that put the Jays in front for the first time and they hit enough foul shots down the stretch to avoid the upset.  Alex Kellen netted a career high 24 points for Gehlen with Ryan Stoll adding 12 and Lucas Hunt and Jarod Steffes collecting 11 each.  6'6" Blake Simons had 34 for the Hawks.

The Gehlen boys travel to West Sioux Monday night for a non-conference j-v/varsity doubleheader before the Jays host Akron-Westfield in the final War Eagle Conference doubleheader of the year Tuesday.  That will mark the end of the regular season for the Gehlen girls, who open 1A Regional play Thursday at home against Siouxland Community Christian.

LE MARS  -- The Le Mars guys and gals had little trouble sweeping a Lakes Conference doubleheader from Storm Lake Friday at the Bulldogs' gym.  The Le Mars girls rolled over winless Storm Lake 60-26 while the Le Mars boys pounded the Tornadoes 79-42.  The Lady Bulldogs built a 25-6 halftime lead and led 47-15 after three quarters to improve to 11-and-8 for the season and 9-and-4 in the Lakes Conference.  Kassidy Rieken and Katrina Engebretson led Le Mars with 13 points each and Holly Schneider added 10.

Tyler Borchers had 25 points, ten rebounds and five blocked shots to pace the Le Mars boys' 37-point victory.  Tyler Paulson added 17 and Trent Hilbrands 16 for the Bulldogs, who improve to 15-and-3 for the season and 12-and-1 in the Lakes Conference.  Le Mars has clinched at least a share of the conference title, maintaining a one game lead over Western Christian and Spirit Lake with one more league game to play.

Le Mars hosts Spirit Lake on Tuesday.  The girls game will be for second place behind league champion Western Christian.  The two are tied at 9-and-4 in Lakes plays.  The fourth-rated (3A) Spirit Lake boys will be trying to forge a three-way tie for the Lakes boys title with their second win over Le Mars this season.  The Indians beat the Bulldogs by nine last month in Spirit Lake.


WAR EAGLE CONFERENCE
(G) (#11-2A)Hartley-Melvin-Sanborn 50, Gehlen Catholic (7-12/5-5) 24*
(B) (#7-1A)Gehlen Catholic (17-1/9-1) 64, Hartley-Melvin-Sanborn 55*

(G) Akron-Westfield 44, South O'Brien 31*
(B) South O'Brien 85, Akron-Westfield 58*

(G) Remsen St. Mary's 66, Trinity Christian 59*
(B) Trinity Christian 64, Remsen St. Mary's 62

(G) (#1-2A)Unity Christian 59, Remsen-Union 22*
(B) Unity Christian 77, Remsen-Union 32*

(G) (#15-1A)Marcus/Meriden-Cleghorn 57, (#14-2A)Hinton 51*
(B) Hinton 71, Marcus/Meriden-Cleghorn 43*

(G) (#14-1A)West Sioux 53, Harris-Lake Park 51, overtime*
(B) West Sioux 59, Harris-Lake Park 52*

LAKES CONFERENCE
(G) Le Mars (11-8/9-4) 60, Storm Lake 26
(B) (#2-3A)Le Mars (15-3/12-1) 79, Storm Lake 42

(G) Cherokee 64, Emmetsburg 45
(B) Emmetsburg 59, Cherokee 31

(G) (#2-2A)Western Christian 63, Estherville/Lincoln Central 21
(B) (#3-2A)Western Christian 79, Estherville/Lincoln Central 58

(G) (#12-3A)Spirit Lake 70, Spencer 46
(B) (#4-3A)Spirit Lake 59, Spencer 46

WESTERN VALLEY CONFERENCE GIRLS TOURNAMENT (loser's bracket)
Woodbury Central 72, Ridge View 51
Lawton-Bronson 69, Westwood 59
River Valley 56, West Monona 47
OA-BCIG 54, Siouxland Christian 40

SIOUXLAND CONFERENCE
(G) (#3-3A)Sioux Center 69, M-O-C/Floyd Valley 47
(B) (#6-3A)M-O-C/Floyd Valley 82, Sioux Center 59

(G) (#10-1A)George-Little Rock 52, Boyden-Hull 51, overtime
(B) (#6-1A)Boyden-Hull 67, George-Little Rock 51

(G) Central Lyon 71, Sheldon 33
(B) (#5-1A)Central Lyon 60, Sheldon 41

(G)
(B) Okoboji 71, Sibley-Ocheyedan 26

(G) Rock Valley 56, West Lyon 49
(B) Rock Valley 63, West Lyon 58

MISSOURI RIVER ACTIVITIES CONFERENCE
(B) Sioux City North 75, Sergeant Bluff-Luton 59

(G) Sioux City East 57, Council Bluffs T-J 13
(B) Sioux City East 73, Council Bluffs T-J 22

(B) Bishop Heelan 73, Sioux City West 71

(N-B-A basketball)

Toronto 123, L.A. Clippers 107
Orlando 103, L.A. Lakers 97, OT
Indiana 103, Cleveland 99
Brooklyn 92, New York 88
Atlanta 124, Golden State 116
Detroit 98, Denver 88
Boston 107, Philadelphia 96
New Orleans 116, Oklahoma City 113
Houston 117, Milwaukee 111
Minnesota 90, Memphis 89
Phoenix 100, Utah 93
San Antonio 98, Miami 85

(N-H-L hockey)

Washington 3, Anaheim 2, SO
New Jersey 4, Toronto 1
Columbus 7, St. Louis 1
Chicago 2, Winnipeg 1, OT
Pittsburgh 4, Calgary 0

 

 

 

 

SATURDAY RESULTS - February 7

(wrestling)

CLASS 1A SECTIONALS AT HAWARDEN --  TEAM CHAMPION: Sibley-Ocheyedan  (Akron-Westfield-3rd, Hinton-4th, Kingsley-Pierson-6th & West Sioux-7th)

DISTRICT QUALIFIERS: AKRON-WESTFIELD (5) - Skyler Briggs (113#), Daniel Martinson (126#), Sebastian Berg (138#), Tommy Tobin (145#) & Dylan Blinde (152#).  HINTON (4) - Skylar Richter (120#), Jacob A. Vondrak (160#), Daniel Bishop (170#) & Tyler Tschampel (195#).  KINGSLEY-PIERSON (2) - Kevin Seuntjens (106#) & Isaac Reis (152#).  WEST SIOUX (2) - Adrian Topete (120#) & Jonathan Duenas (132#).


CLASS 1A SECTIONALS AT MILFORD -- TEAM CHAMPION:  Graettinger-Terril/Ruthven-Ayshire   (Marcus/Meriden-Cleghorn-6th)

DISTRICT QUALIFIERS: M-M-C (2) - Derek Erdman (145#) & Conner Holmes (185#).


CLASS 1A SECTIONALS AT IDA GROVE -- TEAM CHAMPION: Woodbury Central


CLASS 2A SECTIONALS AT SERGEANT BLUFF --  TEAM CHAMPION: Sergeant Bluff-Luton


CLASS 2A SECTIONALS AT SPENCER --  TEAM CHAMPION: Central Lyon/George-Little Rock


NOTE:  Sectional team champions will compete in the Regional team competition Tuesday

(high school basketball)

(B) Bishop Heelan 50, Kuemper Catholic 39

(G) Sioux Falls Lincoln 75, Sioux City West 62
(B) Sioux Falls Lincoln 80, Sioux City West 51

(G) Sioux City North 59, Vermillion 42

WESTERN VALLEY CONFERENCE TOURNAMENT FINALS at Onawa

(G) (#15-2A)Maple Valley/Anthon-Oto 53, (#3-1A)Kingsley-Pierson (19-1) 52
(B) (#4-1A)Maple Valley/Anthon-Oto 58, Ridge View 27

(college basketball)

G-P-A-C games:
(W) Morningside 66, Midland Lutheran 55
(M) Morningside 87, Midland Lutheran 82

(W) Briar Cliff 74, Nebraska Wesleyan 63
(M) Nebraska Wesleyan 89, Briar Cliff 83

(W) Northwstern 76, Doane 71
(M) Northwestern 86, Doane 67

(W) Dordt 96, Grace 31
(M) Dordt 87, Grace 69

Top 25
(1) Kentucky 68, Florida 61                   
(2) Gonzaga 81, San Francisco 70
(3) Virginia 52, (9) Louisville 47
(4) Duke 90, (10) Notre Dame 60
(5) Wisconsin 65, Northwestern 50
Arizona State 81, (6) Arizona 78
(7) Villanova 69, (24) Georgetown 53
Oklahoma State 67, (8) Kansas 62
(11) Iowa State 75, Texas Tech 38
(12) North Carolina 79, Boston College 68
(13) Utah 79, Colorado 51
(14) Northern Iowa 69, Drake 53
(19) Baylor 87, (15) West Virginia 69
(16) Wichita State 78, Missouri State 35
St. Bonaventure 73, (18) V-C-U 71
(21) Oklahoma 68, T-C-U 56
(22) Butler 83, DePaul 73
(23) S-M-U 68, Tulsa 57
(25) Texas 61, Kansas State 57

(N-B-A basketball)

Chicago 107, New Orleans 72
Washington 114, Brooklyn 77
Philadelphia 89, Charlotte 81
Golden State 106, New York 92
Dallas 111, Portland 101, OT
Milwaukee 96, Boston 93
Utah 102, Sacramento 90

(N-H-L hockey)

Nashville 3, N.Y. Rangers 2
Los Angeles 4, Tampa Bay 2
Boston 2, N.Y. Islanders 1
Buffalo 3, Dallas 2
Toronto 5, Edmonton 1
Montreal 6, New Jersey 2
Columbus 4, Ottawa 1
Minnesota 1, Colorado 0
Detroit 3, Arizona 1
Vancouver 5, Pittsburgh 0
Carolina 5, San Jose 4








SUNDAY RESULTS - February 8

(college basketball)

IOWA CITY - Aaron White scored 17 points, Adam Woodbury matched a career high with 16 and Iowa throttled 17th-ranked Maryland 71-55 on Sunday.
Peter Jok also matched a career high with 15 points for the Hawkeyes (15-8, 6-4 Big Ten). They opened the game on a 22-3 run and handed the Terrapins their third straight road loss - all by double digits.
The Terrapins (19-5, 7-4) scored just 17 points on 6-of-25 shooting in the first half as Iowa raced out to a 23-point lead. Maryland got within 15 before a technical foul on coach Mark Turgeon with 10 minutes left slowed much of the Terps' momentum.

Iowa 71, (17) Maryland 55
(20) Ohio State 79, Rutgers 60

(N-B-A basketball)

Oklahoma City 131, L.A. Clippers 108
Cleveland 120, L.A. Lakers 105
Memphis 94, Atlanta 88
Chicago 98, Orlando 97
Minnesota 112, Detroit 101
Indiana 103, Charlotte 102
Portland 109, Houston 98
Toronto 87, San Antonio 82
Sacramento 85, Phoenix 83

 

(N-H-L hockey)

Nashville 3, Florida 2, SO
Chicago 4, St. Louis 2
Philadelphia 3, Washington 1
N.Y. Islanders 3, Buffalo 2
Tampa Bay 5, Anaheim 3
Dallas 3, N.Y. Rangers 2, OT
Winnipeg 5, Colorado 3
Montreal 3, Boston 1

 

   

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