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EVENSTON, Ill. (AP) – Quarterback Clayton Thorson scored on a 1-yard run and Northwestern rallied from a sluggish first half for a 17-10 overtime victory over Iowa. Thorson’s score was set up by a 23-yard reception by running back Justin Jackson, who broke three tackles on the play to give the Wildcats (4-3, 2-2 in the Big Ten) a first down at the 1-yard line.

STATE COLLEGE, Pa. (AP) – Saquon Barkley and Trace McSorley each scored three touchdowns and No. 2 Penn State avenged its last regular-season loss with a 42-13 victory against No. 19 Michigan.

MADISON, Wis. (AP) – Jonathan Taylor ran for a touchdown and broke the 1,000-yard mark for the season, Alex Hornibrook passed for two scores and No. 5 Wisconsin stayed unbeaten with a 38-13 win over Maryland.

EAST LANSING, Mich. (AP) – Brian Lewerke threw a 10-yard touchdown pass to Felton Davis with 5:59 remaining, and No. 18 Michigan State edged Indiana 17-9.

MINNEAPOLIS (AP) – Kobe McCrary ran for 153 yards and the go-ahead touchdown in the fourth quarter, and Rodney Smith added 103 yards rushing for Minnesota as the Gophers beat Illinois 24-17 victory.

PISCATAWAY, N.J. (AP) – Gus Edwards scored on a 74-yard run on Rutgers’ second offensive play and Gio Rescigno threw a 35-yard touchdown pass in the second half as Rutgers beat Purdue 14-12 Saturday. The win game Rutgers consecutive Big Ten Conference wins for the first time since joining the league in 2014. Rutgers forced two turnovers and limited Purdue to 4 of 19 on third- and fourth-down conversion attempts.

BIG 12

UNDATED (AP) Kyle Kempt threw three touchdown passes and Iowa State dumped Texas Tech 31-13 on Saturday.

Area College Action

Dubuque 28, Simpson 27, OT

Loras 44, Coe 38

N. Iowa 19, Youngstown St. 14

Wis.-Platteville 34, Wis.-Eau Claire 14

Alabama dominates in football…Astros to World Series…Hockey trades

TUSCALOOSA, Ala. (AP) – Bo Scarbrough had two fourth-down touchdown runs as No. 1 Alabama continued its domination of rival Tennessee with a 45-7 victory. The Crimson Tide improved to 11-0 in the traditional Third Saturday in October game under coach Nick Saban. The loss dealt another blow to the Volunteers and embattled coach Butch Jones, whose team is 0-4 in SEC play.

HOUSTON (AP) – The Houston Astros are going to the World Series for the first since their only other appearance in 2005. Charlie Morton and Lance McCullers combined on a three-hitter and the Astros homered twice to take Game 7 of the American League Championship Series, 4-0. The outcome sets up a Dodgers-Astros Fall Classic that will begin Tuesday in Los Angeles.

UNDATED (AP) – The Detroit Red Wings made two trades a day after their 4-3 overtime loss to Washington left them 4-3-1. The Penguins have acquired forward Riley Sheahan and a 2018 fifth-round draft pick from the Red Wings for forward Scott Wilson and a 2018 third-round draft pick. Detroit also sent defenseman Ryan Sproul to the Rangers for forward Matt Puempel.

RICHMOND, Va. (AP) – Bernhard Langer matched the course record with a 9-under 63 to take a three-stroke lead in the Dominion Energy Charity Classic. Langer had nine birdies in his second straight bogey-free round to reach 14-under and move comfortably in front of Vijay Singh.

 

High School Football Scores 10/21

IOWA

Class 4A District 6

Western Dubuque 37, Hempstead 14

Pleasant Valley 49, Senior 17

North Scott 55, Davenport West 6

 

Class 3A District 4

Clear Creek-Amana 29, Central DeWitt 14
Wahlert 28, Center Point-Urbana 7
West Delaware 68, Maquoketa 0

 

Class 2A District 4

Dyersville Beckman 48, Oelwein 16
Cascade 28, Union, La Porte City 21
Monticello 35, Waterloo Columbus 14
Waukon 56, North Fayette Valley 21

 

Class 1A District 3

Bellevue 39, Maquoketa Valley 21
Durant 41, Jesup 6
Tipton 44, North Cedar 26
West Branch 38, Clayton Ridge 12

 

ILLINOIS

Pecatonica 20, Galena 12

West Carroll 43, East Dubuque 6

 

WISCONSIN PLAYOFFS LEVEL 1

Division 4

Platteville 54, Turner 46

 

Division 5

Westby 38, Lancaster 29

 

Division 6

Cuba City 36, Pardeeville 0

Fennimore 15, Pecatonica Argyle 8

Markesan 44, Darlington 14

Mineral Point 47, Brookwood 28

 

Division 7

Potosi-Cassville 55, River Ridge 10

Black Hawk 68, North Crawford 0

Iowa Grant 22, Ithica 13

High School Football

The curtain comes down on the high school football regular season tonight in Iowa and Illinois while the second season starts in Wisconsin.

  • At Dalzell Field; the winner moves on to the playoffs in the 4A District 6 showdown between the Senior Rams and the Pleasant Valley Spartans which you can hear on AM 1370 and kdth.com with pregame at 7:05pm.
  • Tonight at Buchman Field in Epworth the Hempstead Mustangs and Western Dubuque Bobcats tangle.
  • At the Rock Bowl, the Wahlert Golden Eagles have a chance to finish the year on a winning note and have a winning season. The 4-4 Golden Eagles host Center Point Urbana.
  • There are a couple of other big area Iowa match-ups tonight with playoff implications. In Class 2A: 2nd ranked Cascade hosts 10th ranked Union Laporte City. Cascade wins and they take the outright district title. A win by Union and there could be a three-way split for the title. Also tonight in Class 1A; Bellevue hosts Maquoketa Valley. Both teams are tied for second in the District standings and the winner would get a playoff spot.
  • In Wisconsin Level One of the Playoffs will be played tonight: Division 4: Platteville hosts Beloit Turner. Division 5: Lancaster hosts Westby, Division 6: Cuba City hosts Pardeeville, Fennimore hosts Pecatonica Argyle, Mineral Points host Brookwood, and Darlington travels to Markesan. In Division 7: Potosi-Cassville hosts River Ridge and Black Hawk host North Crawford. All games kickoff at 7:00pm

Iowa Conference Basketball Polls

The Iowa Conference released the pre-season basketball coaches polls. The Loras men are picked to finish 2nd and Dubuque 4th. Nebraska Wesleyan was tabbed as the league favorite.

In the women’s poll Loras was voted to finish 3rd, Dubuque 8th with Wartburg the pre-season favorite.

Area Scoreboard (10/20)

High School Cross Country

  • Area teams qualifying for the State Cross Country Meet next weekend in Fort Dodge: Class 4A Boys: Hempstead and Senior. Class 1A Bellevue advanced to state by winning the Solon qualifier.  In Girls Class 4A both Senior and Hempstead advanced (Mia Rampton of Senior won the medalist honors at the Pleasant Valley qualifier). Class 3A: Wahlert won at the Solon qualifier . Class 2A: Cascade. Class 1A: Bellevue Marquette Catholic, also qualifying Kailey Miller of Bellevue.

High School Volleyball

WISCONSIN REGIONAL SEMI-FINALS

Division 2

  • Platteville 3, Richland Center 2 (Platteville at Mt. Horeb tomorrow night)

Division 3

  • #3 Cuba City 3, Marshall 0 (Cuba City hosts Darlington tomorrow night)
  • Darlington 3, Brodhead 2
  • Wisconsin Heights 3, Mineral Point 0

Division 4

  • Southwestern 3, Iowa Grant 0 (Southwestern at Seneca tomorrow night)
  • Seneca 3, Highland 0
  • #7 Benton 3, Potosi 1 (Benton at River Ridge tomorrow night)
  • #4 River Ridge 3, Kickapoo 0

College Men’s Soccer

  • Loras 3, U-W Whitewater 0

Dodgers head to Series…Wild NFL finish…Westbrook shines in new Thunder lineup

CHICAGO (AP) – The L.A. Dodgers are in the World Series. Kike Hernandez homered three times and drove in seven runs, and the Dodgers clobbered the Chicago Cubs 11-1. It will be the L.A.’s first trip to the Series in almost three decades. It’s the first pennant for one of baseball’s most storied franchises since Hall of Famer Tommy Lasorda managed Los Angeles to its last championship in 1988. The Dodgers will host the Yankees or Astros in Game 1 of the World Series on Tuesday night.

HOUSTON (AP) – Joe Girardi says the New York Yankees would have preferred not having a day off Thursday after winning three straight home games to take a 3-2 lead in the AL Championship Series. Houston manager A.J. Hinch certainly has no sympathy because his team knows that feeling. The Astros won the first two ALCS games at home last week before an off day stopped their momentum. Game 6 is Friday night in Houston.

OAKLAND, Calif. (AP) – The Oakland Raiders have snapped a four-game losing streak in a 31-30 squeaker over the Kansas City Chiefs. Derek Carr threw a 2-yard touchdown pass to Michael Crabtree on the final play after the game was extended by two straight defensive holding calls. Raiders running back Marshawn Lynch was ejected after shoving an official when he ran onto the field during a scuffle against the Kansas City Chiefs. It all started when Carr was hit late on a run.

OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) – Much has changed about the Thunder. One thing hasn’t – Russell Westbrook still gets triple-doubles. The reigning MVP had 21 points, 16 assists and 10 rebounds, and Oklahoma City beat the New York Knicks 105-84. Thursday night’s game was the Thunder’s first regular-season game with All-Star additions Paul George and Carmelo Anthony.

DETROIT (AP) – The Detroit Tigers were in talks Thursday to hire Ron Gardenhire as manager, according to a person with knowledge of the discussions. The person spoke on condition of anonymity because no announcement had been made. Gardenhire was the bench coach this season for the Arizona Diamondbacks. He managed the Minnesota Twins from 2002-14.

National Scoreboard

MLB NATIONAL LEAGUE CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES

Final L-A Dodgers 11 Chi Cubs 1 (Los Angeles wins series 4-1)


NATIONAL BASKETBALL ASSOCIATION

Final Toronto 117 Chicago 100
Final Oklahoma City 105 N-Y Knicks 84
Final L.A. Clippers 108 L.A. Lakers 92


NATIONAL HOCKEY LEAGUE

Final Tampa Bay 2 Columbus 0
Final Boston 6 Vancouver 3
Final SO N-Y Islanders 4 N-Y Rangers 3
Final Nashville 1 Philadelphia 0
Final OT New Jersey 5 Ottawa 4
Final OT Edmonton 2 Chicago 1
Final St. Louis 4 Colorado 3
Final Carolina 2 Calgary 1
Final Dallas 5 Arizona 4


TOP-25 COLLEGE FOOTBALL

Final (25) Memphis 42 Houston 38


NATIONAL FOOTBALL LEAGUE

Final Oakland 31 Kansas City 30

Area Scoreboard (10/19)

High School Volleyball

IOWA REGIONAL TOURNAMENT

Class 4A Region 8

  • #14 Western Dubuque 3, Maquoketa 0 (W.D. at #2 Wahlert Tuesday)

Class 3A Region 7

  • #9 Beckman Catholic 3, Monticello 0 (Beckman host Camanche Tuesday)

College Men’s Soccer

  • Dubuque 3, Nebraska Wesleyan 0

College Women’s Soccer

  • Dubuque 3, Nebraska Wesleyan 0
  • U-W Platteville 3, Ripon 0

Cubs still kicking…Yanks in control…Setback for Luck…NFL leaves anthem decision to players

CHICAGO (AP) – The Chicago Cubs have forced a fifth game in the National League Championship Series by hitting three solo homers in a 3-2 win over the Los Angeles Dodgers. Javier Baez homered twice and Willson Contreras hit a solo shot to back Jake Arrieta , who gave up a run and three hits over 6 2/3 innings. Cody Bellinger and Justin Turner homered for the Dodgers, who ended their team-record, six-game postseason winning streak.

NEW YORK (AP) – The New York Yankees have a three-games-to-two lead in the American League Championship Series following their third straight win over the Astros, 5-0. Masahiro Tanaka  struck out eight while holding the Astros to three hits over seven innings. Gary Sanchez hit a solo homer and an RBI double for the Yankees, who can close out the series Friday in Houston.

INDIANAPOLIS (AP) – Andrew Luck’s return has taken a step back after the Colts told the quarterback not to practice this week due to soreness in his surgically-repaired shoulder. He had been throwing every other day the past two weeks, but general manager Chris Ballard told reporters that trainers and doctors shut down Luck after he received a cortisone shot. Luck had surgery in January for a partially torn labrum in his throwing shoulder and didn’t return to the practice field until two weeks ago.

NEW YORK (AP) – NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell said the league is not changing its national anthem policy to require players to stand during the national anthem. Goodell and several owners said at the league’s fall meetings that altering the language from “should stand” to “must stand” was not discussed. New York Giants owner John Mara noted that Cowboys owner Jerry Jones “spoke at length” to the other owners about the anthem issue.

LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) – Louisville trustees have fired athletic director Tom Jurich two days after the school’s athletic association dismissed head basketball coach Rick Pitino. The Board of Trustees voted 10-3 on Wednesday to fire Jurich after 20 years in the way of the school’s implication in a national federal investigation of college basketball. Jurich shepherded Louisville’s 2014 entry into the Atlantic Coast Conference and had been on paid administrative leave since Sept. 27.

National Scoreboard

MLB

AMERICAN LEAGUE CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES

Final N-Y Yankees 5 Houston 0 (New York leads 3-2)


NATIONAL LEAGUE CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES

Final Chi Cubs 3 L-A Dodgers 2 (Los Angeles leads 3-1)


NATIONAL BASKETBALL ASSOCIATION

Final Indiana 140 Brooklyn 131
Final Orlando 116 Miami 109
Final Detroit 102 Charlotte 90
Final Washington 120 Philadelphia 115
Final Milwaukee 108 Boston 100
Final Memphis 103 New Orleans 91
Final Atlanta 117 Dallas 111
Final Utah 106 Denver 96
Final San Antonio 107 Minnesota 99
Final Houston 105 Sacramento 100
Final Portland 124 Phoenix 76


NATIONAL HOCKEY LEAGUE

Final Toronto 6 Detroit 3
Final St. Louis 5 Chicago 2
Final L.A. Kings 5 Montreal 1

Area Scoreboard (10/18)

High School Volleyball

IOWA REGIONAL TOURNAMENT

Class 2A

  • Cascade 3, Clayton Ridge 1

Tonight:

Class 4A: Western Dubuque hosts Maquoketa (winner at Wahlert on Tuesday)

Class 3A: Dyersville Beckman will host Monticello

WISCONSIN REGIONAL TOURNAMENT (first round)

Division 2

  • Platteville 3, Dodgeville 0

Division 3

  • Cuba City 3, New Glarus 0
  • Marshall 3, Boscobel 1
  • Darlington 3, Parkview 0
  • Waterloo 3, Fennimore 0
  • Mineral Point 3, Cambridge 0
  • Wisconsin Heights 3, Lancaster 0

Division 4

  • Iowa Grant 3, Ithaca 0
  • Southwestern 3, Riverdale 0
  • Benton 3, Belmont 0
  • Potosi 3, Cassville 0
  • River Ridge 3, Shullsburg 0

High School Girls Swimming

  • Wahlert defended their City championship last night. The Golden Eagles won 9 of 12 events totaling 166.5, Senior was 2nd with 85.5, Hempstead had 76. 

College Volleyball

  • Dubuque 3, Iowa Wesleyan 0 (Dubuque now 24-2 on the season)
  • Mount Mercy 3, Clarke 0

College Men’s Soccer

  • Loras 3, Wartburg 2 (OT)
  • Grand View 6, Clarke 0

College Women’s Soccer

  • #17 Loras 1, #21 Wartburg 1 (2 OT)
  • Grand View 2, Clarke 1

College Men’s Golf

  • Clarke finished 22nd following the second round of the NAIA National Preview Meet at TPC Deere Run. The Pride shaved 8 strokes off their first round score and finished with a 325. J.T. Kruzich led Clarke yesterday with a 77. Andrew Gates shot another 80. His total 160 placed him tied for 62nd.

Yanks get even…Dodgers go 3-up in NLCS…Cavs top Celts…Rockets rally to beat Warriors

NEW YORK (AP) – The American League Championship Series continues tonight after the Yankees tied it at two games apiece with a 6-4 comeback win over Houston. The Astros led 4-0 in the seventh until Aaron Judge belted a solo homer. Judge also tied it with an RBI double before Gary Sanchez doubled home a pair in the Yankees’ four-run eighth.

CHICAGO (AP) – The Los Angeles Dodgers remain unbeaten in the postseason after Chris Taylor’s solo homer and RBI triple led a 6-1 win over the Chicago Cubs in Game 3 of the National League Championship Series. Taylor put the Dodgers ahead with his third-inning blast to support winning pitcher Yu Darvish, who allowed one run and six hits over 6 1/3 innings. Andre Ethier also homered for the Dodgers, who can close out a four-game sweep tonight at Wrigley Field.

CLEVELAND (AP) – LeBron James scored 13 of his 29 points in the fourth quarter as the Cleveland Cavaliers opened the 72nd NBA season with a 102-99 victory over Boston. Kyrie Irving had 22 points in his first game since being acquired by the Celtics from the Cavs, but he missed a potential game-tying 3-pointer at the buzzer. Celtics star forward Gordon Hayward gruesomely broke his left ankle, an injury that may end his season.

OAKLAND, Calif. (AP) – The Houston Rockets erased the Golden State Warriors’ banner-raising ceremony by erasing a double-digit, fourth-quarter deficit in a 122-121 victory over the defending NBA champs. James Harden scored 27 points for the Rockets, who trailed by 13 before opening the final period on a 9-0 run. Kevin Durant appeared to hit a game-winning jumper for the Warriors, but the officials checked the replay and ruled that the shot came after the buzzer sounded.

NEW YORK (AP) – A group of 11 NFL owners and more than a dozen players met at the league’s headquarters yesterday to discuss social issues, a discussion that Indianapolis Colts defensive back Darius Butler termed “positive.” Among the topics discussed was enhancing the players’ platforms for speaking out on social issues. Dolphins owner Stephen Ross characterized the meeting as “constructive” but added that the NFL’s policy on the national anthem “did not come up.”

National Scoreboard

MLB

AMERICAN LEAGUE CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES

Final N-Y Yankees 6 Houston 4 (Series tied 2-2)


NATIONAL LEAGUE CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES

Final L-A Dodgers 6 Chi Cubs 1 (Dodgers lead 3-0)


NATIONAL BASKETBALL ASSOCIATION

Final Cleveland 102 Boston 99
Final Houston 122 Golden State 121


NATIONAL HOCKEY LEAGUE

Final Philadelphia 5 Florida 1
Final OT Pittsburgh 5 N-Y Rangers 4
Final Toronto 2 Washington 0
Final Vancouver 3 Ottawa 0
Final SO New Jersey 5 Tampa Bay 4
Final Nashville 4 Colorado 1
Final Columbus 5 Winnipeg 2
Final Dallas 3 Arizona 1
Final Carolina 5 Edmonton 3
Final OT Vegas 5 Buffalo 4
Final San Jose 5 Montreal 2

IIAC Honors for Allen, Joseph, and Fairley

Two University of Dubuque football players and a former Dubuque Senior cross country runner have received weekly honors in their sport from the Iowa Conference.

  • Spartan running back Dwayne Allen junior is the Offensive Player of the Week. Allen rushed for 213 yards on 15 carries and scored four touchdowns in win at Nebraska Wesleyan. Teammate Michael Joseph received the co-Defensive Player of the Week after recording three interceptions with 3 pass break ups and six tackles. Joseph has already tied the UD season record for interceptions with 8. It is the second game this season he has recorded 3 interceptions which also ties a school record.
  • Dubuque native Mark Fairley of Central College was named the Men’s Cross Country Runner of the Week. Fairley finished 6th out of 350 runners at the U-W LaCrosse Jim Drews Invitational over the weekend.

IA and WI High School Volleyball Postseason Starts

The post season in high school volleyball begins tonight in Class 1A and 2A in Iowa and in all Divisions in Wisconsin.

Only one area matchup in Iowa Class 2A: Cascade host Clayton Ridge with the winner to advance to meet Bellevue next Monday night. The 3A, 4A, and 5A tournament start Wednesday.

Area first round match-ups in Wisconsin

Division 2: 2nd seed Platteville will host #7 Dodgeville

Division 3: top seed Cuba City hosts #16 New Glarus, 15th seed Lancaster is at #2 seed Wisconsin Heights, #14 seed Fennimore is at #3 Waterloo, 5th seed Darlington hosts 12th seed Parkview, #7 Mineral Point hosts #10 Cambridge, and #8 Boscobel hosts #9 Marshall.

Division 4:#2 Iowa Grants hosts #15 Shullsburg, #3 Benton hosts #14 Belmont, #4 Southwestern hosts #13 Riverdale, #5 Iowa Grant hosts #12 Ithica, and #6 Potosi hosts #11 Cassville.

All match times are at 7 o’clock with the winners advancing to the regional semi-final round on Thursday night at the home of the higher seed.

Iowa Basketball Media Day

The Iowa men’s basketball team held their media day yesterday in Iowa City. The Hawkeyes have begun preparations for the 2017-18 campaign. Size and depth describe the Hawkeye roster with 10 players standing 6’7 or taller with 12 letter winners returning including four starters.

One of the major contributors should be former Wahlert High School standout Cordell Pemsl, who had offseason surgery to repair a sports hernia, has trimmed more than 20 pounds and yesterday Iowa coach Fran McCaffery said the sophomore is playing his best basketball. Last season Pemsl averaged 8.9 points and 5.0 rebounds and nearly 62 percent from the field.

There are pre-season accolades for sophomore Jordan Bohnanon  who has been named to the 20-player  pre-season watch list for the Bob Cousy Point Guard of the Year Award.

Iowa opens the season Friday, Oct. 27 with an exhibition against William Jewell.

Yanks crush Astros…Titans beat Colts…Rodgers could miss season…Elliott hearing scheduled

NEW YORK (AP) – Todd Frazier and Aaron Judge belted three-run homers and CC Sabathia worked six scoreless innings as the New York Yankees whipped the Houston Astros, 8-1. Judge was just 4-for-32 in the postseason before his second playoff homer put the Yankees ahead 8-0 in the fourth inning. Sabathia allowed just three hits as the Yanks pulled within two games to one in the ALCS.

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) – The Tennessee Titans scored two touchdowns over the final 5:29 to get a 36-22 win against the Indianapolis Colts. Marcus Mariota hit Taywan Taylor for a 53-yard TD to break a 22-all tie and end Tennessee’s 11-game losing streak to Indianapolis. Mariota was 23 of 32 for 306 yards, one touchdown and one interception for the 3-3 Titans.

GREEN BAY, Wis. (AP) – Green Bay Packers coach Mike McCarthy says quarterback Aaron Rodgers will have surgery on his broken right collarbone, and that his season could be over. Rodgers got hurt in the first quarter of Sunday’s 23-10 loss at Minnesota. Brett Hundley is now the starting quarterback, with Joe Callahan promoted from the practice squad to serve as the backup.

UNDATED (AP) – Ezekiel Elliott’s legal team is ready to resume its fight to overturn his six-game suspension over domestic violence allegations. A person with direct knowledge of the situation says attorneys for Dallas Cowboys running back are set for an emergency hearing in federal court in New York. The person says the lawyers have filed a request for a temporary restraining order and will get a hearing Tuesday in the Southern District of New York.

DETROIT (AP) – The Tampa Bay Lightning won the only NHL game on Monday’s schedule as Nikita Kucherov scored twice in a 3-2 victory at Detroit. The Lightning blew a 2-0 lead in the second period before Kucherov beat Jimmy Howard early in the third. The Lightning have the league’s best record at 5-1-0 following their fourth consecutive win.

National Scoreboard

MLB AMERICAN LEAGUE CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES

Final N-Y Yankees 8 Houston 1 (Houston leads series 2-1)


NATIONAL HOCKEY LEAGUE

Final Tampa Bay 3 Detroit 2


NATIONAL FOOTBALL LEAGUE

Final Tennessee 36 Indianapolis 22

Area Scoreboard (10/16)

College Men’s Soccer

  • Loras 1, Simpson 0

College Women’s Soccer

  • Loras 5, Simpson 1

Dodgers get walk-off win…Packers lose Rodgers…Kaepernick suing NFL…Keselowski wins

LOS ANGELES (AP) – The Los Angeles Dodgers have a 2-0 lead in the NL Championship Series after Justin Turner’s three-run homer in the bottom of the ninth gave them a 4-1 win over the Chicago Cubs. Turner drove in all four runs for Los Angeles, hitting an RBI single a half-inning after Addison Russell homered in the fifth. Russell’s home run was one of just three hits by Chicago, which hosts Game 3 on Tuesday.

MINNEAPOLIS (AP) – The Green Bay Packers say they could spend the rest of the season without quarterback Aaron Rodgers because of a broken collarbone suffered in yesterday’s 23-10 loss at Minnesota. Rodgers was carted off the field after taking a hit from Vikings linebacker Anthony Barr following a roll-out pass in the first quarter. Backup Brett Hundley threw his first NFL touchdown pass, but he was just 18 of 33 for 157 yards, three interceptions and four sacks.

NEW YORK (AP) – Colin Kaepernick has filed a grievance against the NFL. The former San Francisco 49s quarterback alleges that he remains unsigned as a result of collusion by owners following his protests during the national anthem. Kaepernick started a national conversation about political activism by athletes last season when he decided to sit, and then kneel, during the anthem to bring attention to mistreatment of African-Americans by police.

TALLADEGA, Ala. (AP) – Brad Keselowski  gave his NASCAR championship hopes a big boost by winning Sunday at Talladega. Keselowski earned an automatic berth into the third round of the playoffs after entering the race ranked 10th among the 12 contenders. There were only 14 cars running at the conclusion, and only four were playoff drivers.

UNDATED (AP) – Alabama is the unanimous No. 1 team in the latest Associated Press college football poll, with Penn State climbing to second following Clemson’s loss to Syracuse. Georgia is third, followed by TCU and Wisconsin. Ohio State, Clemson, Miami, Oklahoma and Oklahoma State round out the top 10.

National Scoreboard

MLB NATIONAL LEAGUE CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES

Final L-A Dodgers 4 Chi Cubs 1 (Dodgers lead the series 2-0)


NATIONAL HOCKEY LEAGUE

Final Vegas 3 Boston 1
Final Buffalo 3 Anaheim 1
Final L.A. Kings 3 N-Y Islanders 2


NATIONAL FOOTBALL LEAGUE

Final Washington 26 San Francisco 24
Final OT Chicago 27 Baltimore 24
Final Houston 33 Cleveland 17
Final New Orleans 52 Detroit 38
Final Minnesota 23 Green Bay 10
Final Miami 20 Atlanta 17
Final New England 24 N-Y Jets 17
Final Arizona 38 Tampa Bay 33
Final L.A. Rams 27 Jacksonville 17
Final Pittsburgh 19 Kansas City 13
Final L.A. Chargers 17 Oakland 16
Final N-Y Giants 23 Denver 10

Astros get walk-off win…Dodgers rally to beat Cubs…LSU shocks Auburn…Tide rolls

HOUSTON (AP) – Carlos Correa homered and delivered a walk-off double in the bottom of the ninth to give the Houston Astros a 2-1 win and a two-games-to-none lead over the New York Yankees in the American League Division Series. Jose Altuve (al-TOO’-vay) hit a one-out single in the ninth and scored the winning run after catcher Gary Sanchez couldn’t handle the relay throw from shortstop Didi Gregorius (DEE’-dee greh-GOHR’-ee-uhs). Justin Verlander struck out a career playoff-high 13 hitters and went the distance on a five-hitter.

LOS ANGELES (AP) – Chris Taylor slammed a tiebreaking, solo homer in the sixth inning to help the Los Angeles Dodgers take Game 1 of the National League Championship Series, 5-2 over the Chicago Cubs. Yasiel Puig (YAH’-see-ul pweeg) also hit a solo homer after his RBI double sparked the Dodgers’ comeback from a 2-0 deficit. The Dodgers received four perfect innings from their bullpen after Clayton Kershaw surrendered a two-run homer by Albert Almora Jr. during his five innings of work.

BATON ROUGE, La. (AP) – Connor Culp kicked clutch field goals of 42 and 36 yards inside the final three minutes to help LSU rally from a 20-point, first-half deficit in a 27-23 triumph over No. 10 Auburn. D.J. Chark returned a punt 75 yards for a touchdown as the Tigers stopped Auburn’s four-game winning streak. Russell Gage made a diving 14-yard scoring reception and had a 70-yard run that set up another LSU touchdown.

TUSCALOOSA, Ala. (AP) – Damien Harris opened with a 75-yard touchdown run and finished with 125 yards and two scores on just nine carries as top-ranked Alabama clobbered Arkansas, 41-9. Alabama’s Jalen Hurts was 12-of-19 passing for 155 yards with a touchdown for the Crimson Tide, who led 17-0 midway through the opening period. Nick Saban became the fifth coach to earn 100 SEC regular-season victories.

UNDATED (AP) – Sony Michel ran for two touchdowns and No. 4 Georgia racked up 696 total yards in a 53-28 dismantling of Missouri. Kenny Hill threw for 297 yards and ran for a touchdown to lead sixth-ranked TCU to a 26-6 win at Kansas State. Jonathan Taylor ran for 219 yards, including a 67-yard touchdown as No. 7 Wisconsin knocked off Purdue, 17-9.

High School Football

High School football week number 8 in Iowa and Illinois tonight and it’s the final week of the regular season on the Wisconsin side of the bridge. At Dalzell Field, sole possession of first place in the Class 4A District 6 standings will be determined as the Senior Rams host the 8th ranked North Scott Lancers for the homecoming game. Both the Rams and Lancers are unbeaten in district play and both are 6-and-1 overall. Jesse Gavin and Todd Gilligan will have the call tonight on AM 1370 and kdth.com with pregame at 7:05.

  • Also tonight: The Hempstead Mustangs will be trying to win their second straight game to get to 500 on the season. The 3-and-4 Mustangs are at Pleasant Valley. Wahlert Catholic travels to Maquoketa.
  • In Wisconsin, the S.W.C. championship will be determined with Platteville hosting Lancaster. Lancaster leads the conference at 4-and-0 with Platteville and Prairie du Chien both at 3-and-1. A Platteville win an there could be a three way title split. A Lancaster win and they have the outright title.  Cuba City can clinch the outright SWAL championship with a win at Iowa Grant.  Black Hawk would wrap up the Six Rivers outright with a win at home against Shullsburg.

Wisconsin Regional Volleyball Pairings Released

The road map to Green Bay and the Wisconsin State High School Volleyball Tournament has been released yesterday by the W-I-A-A. First round regional play in all divisions will start on Tuesday night.

Area first round match ups include:

Division 4: #2 seed River Ridge will host #15 Shullsburg,  # 3 seed Benton will host #14 Belmont, #4 seed Southwestern is home to face #13 Riverdale, #5 seed Iowa Grant plays host to #12 Ithica, and #6 seed Potosi will host #11 Cassville.

Division 3: top seed Cuba City hosts #16 New Glarus, #15 seed Lancaster is at #2 Wisconsin Heights, #14 seed Fennimore travels to #3 Waterloo, #5 Darlington hosts #12 Parkview, #7 Mineral Point is home to meet #10 Cambridge, #8 Boscobel hosts #9 Marshall.

Division 2: Platteville a number 2 seed will host #7 seed Dodgeville.

All matches start at 7 o’clock Tuesday night with winners advancing to the regional second round on Thursday night.

Area Scoreboard(10-13)

High School Football

  • Western Dubuque 40, Davenport West 13. The Bobcats now 4-4 on the season and 1-3 in district play.

High School Volleyball

IOWA

  • Dyersville Beckman finished runner-up in the WAMAC Conference tournament defeating Center Point-Urbana and West Delaware and then falling to Marion.
  • In Tri-Rivers Conference East pool play; Bellevue Marquette Catholic went 3-0 with victories over Easton Valley, Midland, and Prince of Peace. Marquette moves into the Tri-Rivers bracketed tournament Saturday at Midland.
  • At the River Valley tournament, Cascade defeated Northeast Goose Lake and then lost to Monticello.

WISCONSIN

  • Potosi 3, Belmont 1
  • Shullsburg 3, Cassville 1
  • Cuba City 3, Fennimore 0
  • Southwestern 3, Mineral Point 1

ILLINOIS

  • East Dubuque 2, Scales Mound 0

High School Cross Country

  • At the MVC Valley Divisional at Noelridge Park in Cedar Rapids: For the boys, Hempstead finished 2nd behind Cedar Rapids Prairie led by Addison Kalb’s 2nd place finish. Senior was 7th of the 7 teams and Jalen Hilebrand was Senior’s best finisher coming in 10th. In the girl’s race: Senior won the division title followed by Hempstead in 2nd. Hannah Brown of Hempstead finished 2nd while Mia Rampton of Senior was 3rd.
  • At the MVC Mississippi Divisional at Seminole Valley in Cedar Rapids: the Wahlert girls ran to a 3rd place finish led by Gabby Moran who placed 4th. The Wahlert boys finished 4th led by Jacob Hocking was the leader in 18th for the Golden Eagles.

College Men’s Soccer

  • Mercy 3, Clarke 0

Cubs oust Nats…Yanks-Astros set rotations for Houston…Eagles top Panthers…Kuechly injured

WASHINGTON (AP) – It will be the Chicago Cubs against the Los Angeles Dodgers in the National League Championship Series for the second straight year. Addison Russell delivered a go-ahead, two-run double and finishing with four RBIs as the Cubs downed the Washington Nationals, 9-8 in Game 5 of the division series. Wade Davis completed a seven-out save by getting Bryce Harper to strike out, keeping the Nats winless in their four postseason appearances.

HOUSTON (AP) – The New York Yankees have announced their starting pitchers for the first four games of the AL Championship Series against the Houston Astros. Masahiro Tanaka will pitch the opener tonight, following by Luis Severino, CC Sabathia and Sonny Gray. Dallas Keuchel and Justin Verlander will start the first two games for the Astros, but manager AJ Hinch hasn’t announced his pitchers for the third and fourth contests.

CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) – The Philadelphia Eagles top the NFC at 5-1 after Carson Wentz passed for 222 yards and three touchdowns in a 28-23 win at Carolina. Two of Wentz’s TD throws went to Zach Ertz following interceptions by Cam Newton, who was picked off three times for the 4-1 Panthers. LaGarrette Blount ran for 67 yards on 14 carries and scored on a key two-point conversion that put Philly ahead 18-10 early in the third quarter.

CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) – The Carolina Panthers finished last night’s loss to Philadelphia without Luke Kuechly , who is back in the concussion protocol after a first-half hit. Kuechly going low as he took a hit to the helmet from offensive lineman Brandon Brooks on a run by LeGarrette Blount near the Carolina goal line. It marks the third straight year the former Associated Press NFL defensive player of the year has dealt with concussion issues, which have cost him nine games over the past two seasons.

FRISCO, Texas (AP) – A federal appeals court has lifted a Texas federal judge’s injunction that blocked a six-game suspension for Dallas Cowboys star Ezekiel Elliott, clearing the way for the NFL’s punishment over domestic violence allegations and likely leading to the running back’s legal team seeking further relief. The 5th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in New Orleans voted 2-1 to back the NFL’s emergency request to set aside the injunction.

National Scoreboard

NATIONAL LEAGUE DIVISION SERIES

Final Chi Cubs 9 Washington 8 (Chicago wins series 3-2)


NATIONAL HOCKEY LEAGUE

Final Tampa Bay 5 Pittsburgh 4
Final Florida 5 St. Louis 2
Final Nashville 4 Dallas 1
Final Minnesota 5 Chicago 2
Final Winnipeg 4 Vancouver 2
Final Detroit 4 Arizona 2
Final San Jose 3 Buffalo 2

NATIONAL FOOTBALL LEAGUE

Final Philadelphia 28 Carolina 23

Area Scoreboard (10/12)

College Volleyball

  • Wartburg 3, Loras 0
  • 11 Wisconsin upset No. 4 Nebraska 25-16, 25-15, 17-25, 25-23

College Men’s Soccer

  • Central 1, Dubuque 0
  • UW Platteville 2, Marian 1

College Women’s Soccer

  • Dubuque 0, Central 0 (2 OT)
  • UW Platteville 5, Cornell 1

Clarke U. Athletic Hall Grows By 7

The Clarke University’s Athletics Hall of Fame will grow by seven this Saturday with the induction for four former student-athletes and three contributors. The induction ceremonies are scheduled for 6 p.m. on Saturday, October 14, in the Clarke Atrium.

The 2017 Hall of Fame class includes former student-athletes Edward (Frederick) Brogean ’09 – Volleyball, Tennis; Amy (Stratton) Calonder ’99 – Volleyball;  Elaina Kohr ’04 – Soccer;  and John Simon ’90 – Basketball; and contributors Jayne Zenaty Spittler (’71), Steve Drake and Charles John Ellis.

Falcons Sign Meyer to Practice Squad

FLOWERY BRANCH, Ga. – The Atlanta Falcons have signed Dubuque native Mike Meyer to the practice squad. Meyer was with the team during the preseason and connected on 3-of-4 of his field goal attempts. After his collegiate career at Iowa, Meyer signed with the Tennessee Titans in 2016.

Meyer becomes the 2nd Wahlert High School graduate currently on an NFL practice squad…..Riley McCarron remains on the New England Patriots practice squad.

Yanks advance…Nats stay alive…LeBron sits…Wiggins inks extension…Brady says no worries

CLEVELAND (AP) – The New York Yankees are the 10th major league team to win a best-of-5 postseason series after losing the first two games. Didi Gregorius  homered twice and had three RBIs off Corey Kluber as the Yankees downed the Indians, 5-2 in Cleveland. David Robertson got the win with two hitless innings of relief, and Aroldis Chapman struck out four in his two innings of work to get the series-clinching save.

CHICAGO (AP) – The Washington Nationals will host the Chicago Cubs in Game 5 of the NL Division Series later today, with the winner heading to Los Angeles to take on the Dodgers in the Championship Series. Stephen Strasburg struck out 12 and allowed just three hits over seven innings as the Nats blanked the Cubs, 5-0 at Wrigley Field. Michael A. Taylor put the game out of reach with a grand slam in the eighth inning.

CLEVELAND (AP) – Cleveland Cavaliers forward LeBron James will sit out the rest of the NBA preseason and could miss the season opener after aggravating his sprained left ankle. James hurt the ankle again while making his exhibition debut against Chicago on Tuesday, scoring 17 points with eight turnovers. Cavs coach Tyronn Lue was noncommittal when asked today if James will be ready for the opener against Boston next week, saying he wasn’t sure.

MINNEAPOLIS (AP) – Andrew Wiggins has finally signed his five-year extension with the Minnesota Timberwolves after pondering the offer for more than two months. The package is worth nearly $150 million and does not include a player option, but it concludes a major piece of team business a week before the Wolves’ season opener. The 22-year-old Wiggins averaged 23.6 points in his third season in the league and is expected to help the Timberwolves end a 13-season playoff drought.

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. (AP) – New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady is telling New England fans not to worry about the left shoulder injury that kept him out of practice earlier in the week. He says he’ll be on the field Sunday to play the New York Jets in a fight for first place in the AFC East. Brady reportedly went for an MRI on the left shoulder this week, but he says it’s just the typical bumps and bruises all players pick up this time of year.

National Scoreboard

MLB

AMERICAN LEAGUE DIVISION SERIES

Final N-Y Yankees 5 Cleveland 2 (New York wins series 3-2)

NATIONAL LEAGUE DIVISION SERIES

Final Washington 5 Chi Cubs 0 (series tied 2-2)


NATIONAL HOCKEY LEAGUE

Final New Jersey 6 Toronto 3
Final Pittsburgh 3 Washington 2
Final Colorado 6 Boston 3
Final Anaheim 3 N-Y Islanders 2
Final OT Calgary 4 L.A. Kings 3

State Qualifying Cross Country Assignments Announced/Week 8 Rankings

The team assignments for next week’s Iowa High Schools boys and girls state cross country qualifying meets have been announced.

In Class 4A: Hempstead and Senior runners will be at the meet hosted by Pleasant Valley and Western Dubuque travels to Iowa City High.

In Class 3A: Wahlert Catholic will travel to the Solon District.

In Class 2A: Cascade will be at Dike-New Hartford and Dyersville Beckman to Iowa City Regina.

In Class 1A: Bellevue and Bellevue Marquette Catholic will travel to Solon.

  • The week 8 Iowa High School cross country rankings in Class 4A show the Hempstead boys ranked 5th and Senior 12th, in the girls rankings Hempstead is now ranked 2nd and Senior 6th.  In Class 3A: the Wahlert girls are still top ranked, the Wahlert boys move up to 4th.  In Class 2A; the Cascade girls are ranked 6th. In Class 1A: the Bellevue boys are 2nd and Bellevue Marquette Catholic is 9th.

Area Scoreboard (10/11)

High School Volleyball

IOWA

  • #2 4A Wahlert 3, #5 5A Linn-Mar 0
  • #6 5A Hempstead 3, #15 Cedar Rapids Prairie 0
  • Iowa City High 3, Senior 0
  • In Wamac Conference pool play: Western Dubuque went 3-0 with victories over Central Dewitt, Marion and South Tama while Dyersville Beckman defeated Anamosa, Independence, and Vinton-Shellsburg .
  • Bellevue Marquette Catholic 3, Ed-Co 2
  • At the River Valley Conference Tournament: Bellevue defeated Midland and Northeast Goose Lake by 2-0 scores. Cascade lost to Iowa City Regina and North Cedar.

WISCONSIN

  • Cuba City 3, Iowa Grant 0
  • Darlington 3, Southwestern 2
  • Benton 3, River Ridge 0
  • Platteville 3, Dodgeville 0
  • Boscobel 3, Mineral Point 0

ILLINOIS

  • Galena 2, Lanark Eastland 0

College Volleyball

  • Dubuque 3, Grinnell 0
  • UW Whitewater 3, UW Platteville 0

College Men’s Soccer

  • Graceland 6, Clarke 0

College Women’s Soccer

  • Graceland 4, Clarke 2

Cubs, Nats to try again…No Cup bid for US…Bradford MRI encouraging…Cards get Peterson

CHICAGO (AP) – The Cubs and Washington Nationals remain in Chicago after Game 4 of the NL Division Series was rained out. Neither manager elected to change starting pitchers for the game, which means Jake Arrieta will throw for the Cubs against Tanner Roark . The Cubs lead the series two games to one as they try to advance to the NL Championship series for the third consecutive year.

COUVA, Trinidad (AP) – Trinidad has stopped the United States from qualifying for next year’s World Cup, posting a 2-1 victory that keeps the Americans out of soccer’s showcase for the first time in 28 years. Needing nothing more than a tie to advance, the U.S. fell behind 2-0 in the 37th minute and couldn’t get the equalizer after Christian Pulisic scored two minutes into the second half. Defender Omar Gonzalez was credited with an own goal in the 17th minute after attempting to clear a cross.

EDEN PRAIRIE, Minn. (AP) – Vikings quarterback Sam Bradford has received some good news concerning his ailing left knee after he was pulled from Monday’s 20-17 win over the Bears due to continued discomfort. Bradford has undergone another MRI that revealed no additional ligament damage or bone bruising. Vikings trainer Eric Sugarman says Bradford was just bothered by aggravation of the wear and tear in the joint that has hampered him for the past four weeks.

PHOENIX (AP) – The Arizona Cardinals hope they have bolstered their running back depth by acquiring four-time All-Pro Adrian Peterson and releasing veteran Chris Johnson. The Cardinals are sending a conditional 2018 draft pick for Peterson, who has rushed for 11,828 yards and 97 touchdowns in his 10-plus pro seasons. Peterson has played sparingly with little success for the Saints this season, gaining just 81 yards on 27 carries.

UNDATED (AP) – NFL owners will meet next week to consider changes to a game manual that says players “should” stand during the national anthem. The league had left the guideline to the discretion of players who kneeled in larger numbers after criticism from President Donald Trump. Commissioner Roger Goodell told club executives Tuesday in a memo obtained by The Associated Press that the anthem issue is dividing the league from its fans.

National Scoreboard

MLB NATIONAL LEAGUE DIVISION SERIES

Washington at Chi Cubs postponed (Chicago leads 2-1)


NATIONAL HOCKEY LEAGUE

Final OT Columbus 2 Carolina 1
Final St. Louis 3 N-Y Rangers 1
Final Chicago 3 Montreal 1
Final Nashville 6 Philadelphia 5
Final Dallas 4 Detroit 2
Final SO Ottawa 3 Vancouver 2
Final Vegas 5 Arizona 2

IIAC Athletes of the Week

Former Dyersville Beckman prep golf standout Brooke Klostermann of Wartburg is this week’s Iowa Conference Female Athlete of the Week. Klostermann was given the honor because of her medalist and MVP performance at Iowa Conference Women’s Golf Championship that wrapped up over the weekend. She shot a four-round total of 296 (75-75-71-75).  Also receiving honors this week from the IIAC:

  • Mason Tope of Loras was named the Men’s Cross Country runner of the week. Tope won the Loras Invitational on Friday, crossing 34 seconds ahead of the second-place runner.
  • Kristan Brown of Loras was named the Women’s Cross Country runner. Brown a freshman and former Hempstead prep, finished 2nd at the Loras Invitational.
  • Brandon White of Dubuque has been named the Men’s Soccer Defensive Player. The Spartan Goal Keeper finished with 12 saves vs. Wartburg in the 2-2 tie.
  • Elizabeth Mills of Loras is the Women’s Soccer Offensive Player. Mills scored goals in each of Loras’ win last week and added one assist.
  • Victoria Roethler, of Dubuque is the Women’s Soccer Defensive Player. In 200 minutes of play, the Spartan keeper surrendered just one goal and collected 17 saves.

Read more about them: http://www.iowaconference.com/news/2017/10/9/wartburgs-klostermann-buena-vistas-lint-named-iiac-athletes-of-the-week.aspx

Cascade and Bellevue Football Teams Ranked

Cascade and Bellevue remain the two area teams ranked in the latest Iowa High School Football rankings from the Associated Press. In Class 2A, unbeaten Cascade remains ranked 3rd. In Class 1A; once beaten Bellevue has moved up two spots and are ranked 8th this week.  For the first time this season, the Senior Rams received votes to be considered for the Class 4A top ten this week. The Rams host 9th ranked North Scott on Friday night in a battle for first place in the District 6 standings.

East Dubuque Girls Golf Qualifies for State

For the first time in program history, the East Dubuque High School girls golf team has qualified for the state meet. Yesterday the Warriors shot a 381 team total to place third at the Illinois Class 1A sectional at Prairie View Golf Course in Byron. Ava Beaves fired an 86 to lead the charge to state for East Dubuque.

The Illinois Class 1A state meet will be on Friday and Saturday at Red Tail Run Golf Course in Decatur.

Area Scoreboard (10/10)

High School Volleyball

WISCONSIN

  • Potosi 3, Shullsburg 0

Cubs beat Nats….Dodgers advance to NLCS … Astros-Red Sox …Vikings Nip Bears

CHICAGO (AP) – The Chicago Cubs are a victory away from a return to the NLCS after a 2-1 win over Washington yesterday. Anthony Rizzo looped a tiebreaking single with two outs in the eighth inning as the Cubs overcame Max Scherzer’s brilliant performance on the mound to beat the Nationals. This afternoon, righthander Jake Arrieta is scheduled to pitch for Chicago and righty Tanner Roark is set to pitch for Washington.

PHOENIX (AP) – The Los Angeles Dodgers defeated the Arizona Diamondbacks 3-1 behind home runs by Cody Bellinger and Austin Barnes Monday night, sweeping their National League West rivals 3-0 in the best-of-five series and advancing to the league championship series. LA will play either the Chicago Cubs or the Washington Nationals for the right to play the American League team in the World Series.

NEW YORK (AP) – The New York Yankees have roared back from a 2-0 deficit to tie their divisional series with Cleveland at two games apiece. Slumping rookie Aaron Judge came up with a key hit to score two runs for New York in its 7-3 victory over the visiting Indians at Yankee Stadium. Starter Luis Severino atoned for a poor Game 1 outing with seven strong innings against the Indians. Cleveland starter Trevor Bauer struggled on three days’ rest and was chased in the second inning.

BOSTON (AP) – The Houston Astros advanced to an American League championship series for the first time, edging the Boston Red Sox 5-4 at Fenway Park. Justin Verlander, acquired from the Detroit Tigers late in the season, made a rare relief appearance to help Houston overtake Boston in the divisional series.

CHICAGO (AP) – Case Keenum led three second-half scoring drives in relief of Sam Bradford, and the Minnesota Vikings spoiled prized rookie quarterback Mitchell Trubisky’s debut with a 20-17 victory over the Chicago Bears Monday night. Kai (kye) Forbath kicked a 26-yard field goal in the closing seconds after Harrison Smith intercepted Trubisky, and the Vikings, who have won three of their first five games, came away with the win after dropping two of the last three.

EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. (AP) – The winless New York Giants are going to be without offensive catalyst Odell Beckham Jr. for the rest of the season. The Giants announced Monday that Beckham will have surgery for his broken left ankle later this week, and his season officially ended when he was put on injured reserve later in the day along with fellow receiver Dwayne Harris. Head coach Ben McAdoo called it “a sad situation.”

National Scoreboard

MLB PLAYOFFS

AMERICAN LEAGUE

Final Houston 5 Boston 4 (Houston wins series 3-1)
Final N-Y Yankees 7 Cleveland 3 (Series tied 2-2)


NATIONAL LEAGUE

Final Chi Cubs 2 Washington 1 (Chicago leads 2-1)
Final L-A Dodgers 3 Arizona 1 (L.A. wins series 3-0)

NATIONAL HOCKEY LEAGUE

Final SO St. Louis 3 N-Y Islanders 2
Final Colorado 4 Boston 0
Final New Jersey 6 Buffalo 2
Final OT Toronto 4 Chicago 3
Final OT Tampa Bay 4 Washington 3
Final Winnipeg 5 Edmonton 2
Final Calgary 2 Anaheim 0


NATIONAL FOOTBALL LEAGUE

Final Minnesota 20 Chicago 17

Former Fighting Saint Matheson Signed To Long Extension By Florida

The Florida Panthers have announced the club has signed defenseman Mike Matheson to an eight-year contract extension. Mattheson once a Dubuque Fighting Saint recorded 17 points (7-10-17) in 81 games during his rookie season last year and logged the most even-strength ice time of all Panthers

He has played in 87 career NHL games, all with Florida. In five career playoff games, Matheson has registered one point.

Matheson was originally selected by Florida in the first round of the 2012 NHL Draft before an outstanding college career at Boston College.

https://www.nhl.com/panthers/news/florida-panthers-announce-8-year-contract-extension-for-defenseman-mike-matheson/c-291740108

Kempt and Lanning Honored by Big 12

Following Iowa State’s stunning upset of Oklahoma on Saturday, two Cyclones are receiving conference Player of the Week awards. Linebacker Joel Lanning is being honored as Defensive Player of the Week and quarterback Kyle Kempt is the Offensive Player of the Week.

Playing on both sides of the ball, Lanning totaled 78 snaps (57 on defense, 13 on offense, eight on special teams). Lanning recorded eight tackles, a sack and a fumble recovery deep inside ISU territory to halt an OU scoring drive. On offense, Lanning rushed for 35 yards (nine carries) and threw for 25 yards (2-of-3).

Kempt, a walk-on senior completed 18-24 for 343 and 3 touchdowns in the win in his first start as a Cyclone.

Lanning was also named the Walter Camp FBS National Defensive Player of the Week.

UW Platteville Ranked Top 10 in Both Polls

UW-P Football ranked Top 10 in Both Polls Again

The U-W Platteville football team is still ranked 9th in the country this week according to the d3football-dot-com rankings and are ranked 7th in the latest AFCA Coaches Poll. The Pioneers at 5-and-0 will host a huge conference clash this Saturday as they will U-W Oshkosh to Pioneer Stadium, Oshkosh is ranked 3rd in both polls this week.

https://www.afca.com/afca/Article/POLL_DIII_2017_WEEK4

http://d3football.com/top25/2017/week6

UW’s Taylor Big 10 Offensive Player of the Week

Wisconsin freshman running back Johnathan Taylor has been named Big 10 Offensive Player of the Week for his performance in the Badgers decisive victory over Nebraska on Saturday in Lincoln. Taylor rushed for 249 yards and scored two touchdowns in the victory. Taylor became the second true freshman in program history to record multiple 200-yard rushing games and the first since Ron Dayne in 1996.

Lanning Walter Camp Defensive POW

Lanning Camp Defensive POW

Iowa State senior LB/QB Joel Lanning was named the Walter Camp FBS National Defensive Player of the Week, announced today by the Walter Camp Football Foundation.

Lanning was sensational in Iowa State’s 38-31 upset win over No. 3 Oklahoma in Norman on Saturday. Playing on both sides of the ball, Lanning totaled 78 snaps (57 on defense, 13 on offense, eight on special teams). Lanning recorded eight tackles, a sack and a fumble recovery deep inside ISU territory to halt an OU scoring drive. On offense, Lanning rushed for 35 yards (nine carries) and threw for 25 yards (2-of-3).

Area Scoreboard

College Football:

Simpson 31,  Loras 17

Buena Vista 44, University of Dubuque 41

Wis.-Platteville 24, Wis.-River Falls 14

Hockey:

Green Bay Gamblers 2, Dubuque Fighting Saints 1

Men’s College Soccer:

Univ. of Dubuque, 3 Coe College – 0

Univ. Wis. Platteville 2, Central 1

Women’s College Soccer:

Univ. of Dubuque 2, Coe College  1

Women’s Volleyball:

Clarke University 3, Bethel 0

No. 22 Missouri Valley 3, Clarke 0

Nebraska Wesleyan 3,  Loras  0

Rock Bowl Renovation

Loras College has just embarked on a fund raising campaign to renovate the historic Rock Bowl. The 77 year old facility underwent a complete overhaul just before the 2005 season, but Athletic Director Denise Udelhofen says a facelift is needed with new field turf, outdoor track, and high tech scoreboard. She says the goal is to raise $1,000,000 by the end of the year with work scheduled to begin in mid-April. For more information on giving to the Rock Bowl Renovation you can contact the Athletic Office at Loras College.

Area Scoreboard (10/6)

High School Volleyball

IOWA

  • Dyersville Beckman 3, West Delaware 1
  • Cascade 3, Northeast Goose Lake 0
  • Bellevue Marquette Catholic 3, Midland 0

WISCONSIN

  • Benton 3, Potosi 0
  • Cuba City 3, Riverdale 0
  • Cassville 3, Highland 1
  • Platteville 3, Prairie du Chien 0
  • Darlington 3, Boscobel 0

High School Cross Country

An impressive showing by the Hempstead girls and boys teams yesterday at the Mississippi Valley Conference Super Meet at the Dubuque Soccer Complex.

The Mustangs girls won the championship while the Mustang boys came in 2nd of the 14 conference schools. The Hempstead girls scored 69 points and won a tie breaker over Iowa City West to capture the crown, they were led by Hannah Brown with a 9th place finish. Senior was 3rd paced by Mia Rampton finishing 6th , Wahlert finished 6th and were led by Gabby Moran in 7th.

In the boys race; Hempstead scored 61 points tied with Cedar Rapids Prairie for first but lost on a tiebreaker. The Mustangs were led by Addison Kalb who finished 2nd. Senior finished 5th led by Jalen Hildebrand who placed 4th. Wahlert ran in 10th place led by Luke Hilby in 40th place.

Area Scoreboard (10/5)

College Volleyball

  • Edgewood 3, Loras 0

College Men’s Soccer

  • Loras 6, Buena Vista 0
  • UW Platteville 1, Luther 1

College Women’s Soccer

  • Loras 8, Buena Vista 0
  • UW Lacrosse 5, UW Platteville 1

Class 3A, 4A, 5A Regional Volleyball Pairings

The road to the Iowa High School State Volleyball Tournament in Cedar Rapids will begin 2 weeks from tonight for teams in Class 3A, 4A, and 5A teams.

Class 5A: Hempstead and Senior will meet in a Region 7 semi-final round match on Tuesday, October 24th at Hempstead.

Class 4A: In Region 8; Western Dubuque will host Maquoketa next Wednesday, the winner will advance to face Wahlert Catholic in the semi-final on October 24th.

Class 3A: In Region 7; Dyersville Beckman will host Monticello next Wednesday night.

Regional Final matches in all 3 classes to qualify for the state tournament will be held on Monday, October 30th.

Area Scoreboard (10/4)

High School Volleyball

IOWA

  • #4 4A Wahlert 3, # 1 4A Cedar Rapids Xavier 1
  • #6 5A Hempstead 3, Cedar Rapids Kennedy 0
  • Cedar Rapids Washington 3, Senior 1
  • Western Dubuque 3, Solon 2
  • Calamus-Wheatland 3, Bellevue Marquette Catholic 2
  • Dyersville Beckman 3, Anamosa 0

WISCONSIN

  • Potosi 3, Cassville 0
  • Cuba City 3, Mineral Point 0
  • Benton 3, Shullsburg 0
  • Southwestern 3, Boscobel 0

High School Boys Golf

  • The Wahlert High School boy’s golf has moved on to state tournament play this weekend. Yesterday, the Golden Eagles finished 3rd at the district meet at Elmcrest Country Club in Cedar Rapids. Wahlert tied with Pleasant Valley at 322, but earned the state berth will the lowest 6th player score. Craig Collins led the way shooting a 71.
  • A the district meet at Pheasant Ridge in Cedar Falls: Hempstead’s Joey Kaesbauer qualified for state as an individual turning in a 72. Senior finished 5th with a 319 while Hempstead was 7th with 326 followed by Western Dubuque in 8th scoring a 329.

College Volleyball

  • Clarke 3, Culver Stockton 1

College Men’s Soccer

  • Clarke vs Mt. Mercy PPD. due to lighting

College Women’s Soccer

  • Clarke 1, Mount Mercy 0

College Women’s Tennis

  • Wartburg 5, Dubuque 4

Fighting Saints Trade

The Dubuque Fighting Saints have acquired a 2018 Phase II 7th round pick from the Cedar Rapids RoughRiders in exchange for defenseman Kyle Looft.

Looft, a 14th round pick of the Saints in this year’s Phase II Draft saw time in four preseason games, and scored a goal in the final game.

This Friday night, the Fighting Saints take to the ice for the first regular season game when they host the defending Clarke Cup champs the Chicago Steel.

IIAC Athletes of the Week

The Iowa Conference has announced the recipients of the conference Athlete of the Week recognition and they include:

  • Alexa Martin of Dubuque was named the Women’s Soccer Defensive Player of the Week. Martin anchored a Spartan defense that pitched shutouts in each of last week’s games against UW Platteville and Simpson.
  • Loras sophomore Michelle Budden, a former Southwestern prep is the Volleyball Offensive Player of the Week. Budden recorded a program record 30-kills against Simpson while also adding 4-blocks and 4-assists. She also had 11-kills, 2-blocks, and two assists against Central.
  • Kara Wright of Dubuque is the volleyball Defensive Player of the Week. Over the three games last week, Wright had a combined 24 digs and 13 total blocks, 6 solo, 7 assists for a 1.44 block per set average.
  • Former Dyersville Beckman prep Brooke Klostermann of Wartburg is once again the conference Female Golfer of the Week. After two rounds, Klostermann is in first-place at the IIAC Women’s Golf Championship with a total score of 150.
  • The football Special Teams Player of the Week is Evan Ellis of Coe. Ellis, a Western Dubuque grad punted 7 times for a 44.7 yard average in the Kohawks loss to Wartburg. His longest punt on the day went 73 yards, which ranks third longest in NCAA Division III this year and is tied for the fourth longest in school history. He also had a punt of 66 yards.

Danner Returns to Coach Wrestling Again

Iowa Wrestling Hall of Fame coach Tom Danner will be back on the mat coaching this season at Western Dubuque High School. W-D head coach Paul Cleary has announced Danner will be making his return to high school coaching as an assistant .

Danner who has been teaching and coaching at Western Dubuque since 1976 was the previous head wrestling coach at W-D before Cleary took the job and before that served as an assistant for 29 seasons. Danner is currently an assistant football coach for the Bobcat football team as well, a position he has had since starting at the school.

Area Scoreboard (9/29)

High School Volleyball

IOWA

  • Bellevue Marquette Catholic 3, Prince of Peace 0
  • Clayton Ridge 3, Central Elkader 2

WISCONSIN

  • Belmont 3, Shullsburg 1
  • River Ridge 3, Potosi 1
  • Cuba City 3, Boscobel 0
  • Benton 3, Cassville 0

High School Boys Golf

  • Following the second round of the City Meet played yesterday at Dubuque Golf and Country Club, Dubuque Senior won the team title. Yesterday the Rams shot a 329 to finish with a two-round 657. Western Dubuque was second six strokes back followed by Wahlert and then Hempstead. Joey Kaesbauer of Hempstead was the medalist shooting a 76 yesterday for a 146 total. All four teams have district play next week.

High School Cross Country

  • At the 16 team Western Dubuque Invitational yesterday; Wahlert captured the girls championship paced by Gabby Moran’s 4th place run and Grace Herber finishing 9th. Cascade was 6th, Bellevue Marquette Catholic 9th ,Western Dubuque was 10th and Dyersville Beckman 14th. The results of the boys meet are not available.

College Golf

  • At the Elmhurst Invitational at Oak Brook Golf Club, Pete Leinenweber of Loras was the medalist shooting 1-over 73 pacing Loras to a 4th place team finish. Dubuque placed 8th led by Kyle Hyde who tied for 21st a 7-over.
  • The Loras women placed 6th at the 11 team Simpson Fall Invitational. The Duhawks were led by Ann-Marie Zahn who placed 9th.

Fighting Saints Win At Fall Classic Contest

PITTSBURGH —The Dubuque Fighting Saints won their opening game of the USHL Fall Classic in Pittsburgh.  It took until the final minute to break a 1-1 tie, as the Fighting Saints outlasted the Lincoln Stars 2-1 at the UPMC Lemieux Sports Complex.

Bauer Neudecker was credited with the winning goal. Dubuque will play their second game later today against the Waterloo Black Hawks.

Texas Holds Off Cyclones

AMES, Iowa – Texas used a tough defense to outlast Iowa State, 17-7, Thursday night at Jack Trice Stadium in the Big 12 opener for both schools. Iowa State falls to 2-2 overall and 0-1 in conference action, while Texas improves to 2-2 overall and 1-0 in league play. In a defensive battle it was the Longhorns who controlled the Cyclone rushing attack, holding ISU to just 10 yards on the ground, and forced three turnovers that turned into 10 points.

Iowa State plays at Oklahoma next Saturday.

Area Scoreboard (9/28)

College Men’s Soccer

  • UW Platteville 2, Dubuque 0

College Women’s Soccer

  • Dubuque 1, U-W Platteville 0

College Volleyball

  • U-W Eau Claire 3, U-W Platteville 0

UD’s Feckley Among NFF Campbell Trophy Semi-Finalists

University of Dubuque senior quarterback Connor Feckley is on the list of 181 college football players at all division levels to be named a semi-finalist for the prestigious National Football Foundation’s  William V. Campbell Trophy. The award recognizes an individual as the absolute best football scholar-athlete in the nation. Feckley is one of just 33 Division three players named as semi-finalists. Also making the semi-finalist list are Jake Campos of Iowa State, Jared Farley of Northern Iowa, and Joe Ferguson of Wisconsin.

The NFF will select 12-14 finalists, who will each receive an $18,000 postgraduate scholarship and vie for college football’s premier scholar-athlete award which will be presented December 5th in New York City.

Former Dubuque receiver Michael Zweifel was a finalist for the award in 2011.

Fighting Saints Acquire Chayse Primeau

The Dubuque Fighting Saints have acquired forward Chayse Primeau from the Lincoln Stars, in exchange for a 2018 Phase I 6th round draft pick. Primeau, the son of NHL alum Keith, and brother of Montreal Canadiens draft pick Cayden, played his first full season with the Stars to the tune of 12 points in 48 games last year.

Primeau will join the Fighting Saints immediately, and will be part of the roster on the trip to Pittsburgh for the USHL’s Fall Classic. Dubuque’s first opponent will be Primeau’s former team, the Lincoln Stars tomorrow night.

Area Scoreboard (9/27)

High School Volleyball

  • #6 5A Hempstead 3, #4 4A Wahlert 1 (25-21, 25-23, 23-25 and 25-23)
  • #1 5A Cedar Falls 3, Senior 0
  • Bellevue Marquette Catholic 3, Cedar Valley Christian 1
  • Dyersville Beckman 3, Solon 0

WISCONSIN

  • Cuba City 3, Darlington 0 (Cuba City now 19-5, 7-0 in SWAL)
  • Southwestern 3, Riverdale 0

High School Boys Golf

  • Galena 177, West Carroll 185 (2nd straight season Galena has went unbeaten in conference play)

High School Girls Golf

  • Galena 205, West Carroll 244

College Volleyball

  • Dubuque 3, Coe 0 (UD now 17-1, 2-1 in IIAC)
  • Clarke 3, Trinity International 0

College Men’s Soccer

  • William Penn 4, Clarke 3

College Women’s Soccer

  • William Penn 3, Clarke 1

College Women’s Tennis

  • Luther 9, Loras 0

Area Teams Rated in New Football, Volleyball, and Cross Country Polls

High School Football Rankings

In the latest Iowa High School football AP rankings, the Cascade Cougars and Bellevue continue to be the only KDTH area teams in the top 10 of their class. Cascade is ranked 4th in Class 2A while Bellevue slipped two spots and are ranked 10th in the 1A poll this week.

 

WI High School Volleyball Rankings

The latest Wisconsin High School volleyball Coaches Association Poll has a trio of area teams ranked in the respective class. In Division 3 Cuba City is ranked 7th. In Division 4 River Ridge is rated 4th while Benton is 10th, and Southwestern received votes this week for top 10 consideration.

 

Cross Country Rankings

The week 6 Iowa High School cross country rankings have been released by the Iowa Track Coaches Association. In Class 4A, the Hempstead boys are ranked 5th in the girls poll Senior is 4th and Hempstead is 6th.

In Class 3A: the Wahlert girls are once again top ranked in the state while the Wahlert boys are rated 4th.

In Class 2A the Cascade girls are ranked 6th. In Class 1A, the Bellevue boys are ranked 2nd and in the girls poll Bellevue Marquette Catholic is ranked 7th.

IIAC Names Athletes of the Week

Three area college athletes have been recognized by the Iowa Conference for their performances last week.

  • In football; Loras kicker Sam Quigley is the conference Special Teams Player of the Week. On Saturday in the Duhawks 73-34 win Quigley had a career long 45 yard field gold and tied the all-time school record for PAT’s in a game going 10-for-10. He also posted eight touchbacks on kickoffs in the game.
  • Goalie Kyle Klatka from Dubuque is the Men’s Soccer Defensive Player of the Week. Klatka recorded a huge conference win against crosstown-rival Loras, 3-2. The Duhawks had just three shots on goal in the tightly contested match.
  • Maura Walsh of Loras College is the Women’s Soccer Offensive Player of the Week: Walsh scored a goal in all three wins last week, including a game-winner against Dubuque. She also had the game-winning goal against Carleton.

Area Scoreboard (9/26)

High School Volleyball

WISCONSIN

  • Potosi 3, Highland 1
  • Cuba City 3, Fennimore 0
  • Benton 3, Belmont 0

The latest Wisconsin Volleyball Coaches Association Poll: In Division 3; Cuba City is ranked 7th. In Division 4; River Ridge is 4th and Benton is ranked 10th. Southwestern received votes for top 10 consideration this week.

ILLINOIS

  • Galena 2, East Dubuque 0

High School Boys Golf

  • MVC Mississippi Divisional Final at Jones Park in Cedar Rapids: Wahlert placed 3rd overall with a three round total of 967, 60 strokes back of winner Linn-Mar. Wahlert’s Craig Collins was 6th with a 232.
  • MVC Valley Divisional at the Meadows in Asbury: Senior placed 3rd overall with a 943. Hempstead was 6th totaling 997. Carson Bellis was 7th overall with 230 and Hempstead’s Joey Kaesbauer was 10th with 233.

High School Girls Golf

  • At a Tri-meet on Galena Golf Clubs front nine: Southwestern 203, Galena 209 and East Dubuque 217

College Volleyball

  • Clarke 3, St. Ambrose 0 (Clarke now 18-3 on the season)

College Men’s Golf

  • Host Loras captured the title following round two of the Loras Fall Invitational yesterday at Thunder Hills in Peosta. The Duhawks shot a 303 yesterday for a two round total 613 to win by five strokes over Knox. The top Loras scorecard was turned in by Pete Leinenweber who tied for 5th with 151. Clarke finished 5th out of the five teams with a 639. The Pride’s Michael Elsen finished 3rd with a two round score of 148.

College Women’s Golf

  • Clarke finished 4th at seven team Aurora Invitational yesterday shooting a team score of 376. Wheaton took first place with 330. The top score for Clarke was turned in by Emily Cox who tied for 10th with an 87.

Area Scoreboard (9/25)

College Women’s Soccer

  • Loras 3, Carleton 0 (Loras 7-1-and-1)

College Men’s Golf

  • Round one of the Loras College Fall Invitational was played yesterday at Thunder Hills in Peosta. Loras shot a 310 and has a two stroke lead over Coe College. Clarke is 5th in the five team tournament carding a team score of 323. The Pride’s Michael Elsen did turn in the best first round score shooting an even par 71 with a one stroke lead going into round two later today.

Area sports

Hockey

DE PERE, Wis. — The Dubuque Fighting Saints fired 12 shots on goal in the third period, but it was the Green Bay Gamblers, whose offense came to life after being shut out the night before in a 4-1 win over the Saints on Saturday.

Men’s Soccer

U-D 3, Loras  2

Avila 2, Clarke 1

Women’s Soccer

Loras 2, U-D 0

Clarke 1, Avila 0

Women’s Volleyball

Clarke 3, Judson 2

Clarke 3, Baker 1

Women’s Golf

Luther Invitational

Luther College 1st

U-D   2nd

Loras   5th

Men’s Golf

Clarke Fall Invitational

William Penn 1st

Clarke 6th

 

Area High School Football Scores

IOWA
Class 4A District 6
Senior 42, Davenport West 28
North Scott 38, Hempstead 0
Pleasant Valley 55, Western Dubuque 41

Class 3A District 4
Clear Creek-Amana 35, Center Point-Urbana 14
Marion 62, Maquoketa 21
West Delaware 55, Central DeWitt 24

Class 2A District 4
Cascade 34, Monticello 14
North Fayette Valley 46, Oelwein 8
Union La Porte City 41, Dyersville Beckman 6
Waukon 51, Waterloo Columbus 7

Class 1A District 3
Clayton Ridge 36, Jesup 6
Durant 48, North Cedar 21
Maquoketa Valley 35, Tipton 16

WISCONSIN
Southwest WI
River Valley 42, Dodgeville 0
Lancaster 42, Richland Center 7
Prairie du Chien 21, Platteville 14

SWAL
Darlington 15, Cambridge 13
Cuba City 61, Boscobel 6
Fennimore 67, Southwestern 6
Mineral Point 34, Iowa-Grant 24

Six Rivers
Black Hawk 50, Benton/Scales Mound (IL) 0
Highland 22, Cashton 7
Potosi/Cassville 63, Shullsburg 14
River Ridge 44, Cochrane-Fountain City 38

Illinois
West Carroll 46, Galena 6
Amboy Lamoille 33, East Dubuque 7

Area Scoreboard (9/22)

High School Football

  • Davenport Assumption 35, Wahlert 10.

High School Volleyball

Iowa

  • Cascade 3, Durant 2
  • Iowa City Regina 3, Bellevue 0
  • Lisbon 3, Bellevue Marquette Catholic 2

Latest Iowa High School Volleyball rankings: Class 5A; Hempstead is ranked 6th. In Class 4A Wahlert is ranked 4th this week. In Class 3A; Dyersville Beckman is ranked 11th. In Class 2A; Bellevue is ranked for the first time this season, the Comets debuting at number 14.

Wisconsin

River Ridge 3, Cassville 0

High School Boys Golf

  • At the boys city golf meet after the1st round: 1. Wahlert 327, 2. Senior 328, 3. Western Dubuque 329, 4. Hempstead 340. The medalis leader was Hempstead’s Joey Kasebauer with a 2-under 70.

High School Cross Country

  • At the Jim Boughton Invitational yesterday at Dubuque Soccer Complex, in the boys race Hempstead took the team title led by Addison Kalb’s first place individual finish, Senior was 3rd, Wahlert 4th, and Western Dubuque 5th in the girls meet: Senior won the title with Hempstead 3rd, Wahlert was 4th, and Western Dubuque was 5th. Hannah Brown of Hempstead was the medalist.

Fighting Saints Defeat Chicago Steel

DUBUQUE, Iowa —The Dubuque Fighting Saints struck in quick succession in the second period, and added an insurance tally in the third period, as well as an empty-netter, in a 6-4 win over the Chicago Steel in preseason action last night at the Mystique Community Ice Center.

Quinn Preston’s shorthanded goal, a third-period tally, stoked the Fighting Saints to a 5-3 lead. It was Preston’s second goal of the game, and third in two games during the preseason. Matthew Brown added an empty netter with seconds remaining to put the game away for good.

The preseason continues for the Fighting Saints on home ice against the Green Bay Gamblers tomorrow night at 7:05.

Area Scoreboard (9/21)

College Volleyball

  • Loras 3, Dubuque 2
  • UW Stout 3, UW Platteville 2

College Men’s Soccer

  • Elmhurst 2, Loras 1
  • Dubuque vs Carroll ppd.
  • UW Platteville at Augustana ppd.

College Women’s Soccer

  • Dubuque 1, Monmouth 0
  • Coe 6, UW Platteville 0

Area Scoreboard (9/20)

High School Volleyball

IOWA

  • #1 5A Cedar Falls  3, #5 5A Hempstead 0
  • #3 4A Wahlert 3, Waterloo East 0
  • Waterloo West 3, Senior 1
  • Monticello 3, Cascade 1
  • Bellevue Marquette Catholic 3, Easton Valley 0
  • Dyersville Beckman 3, Central Dewitt 0
  • Bellevue 3, Northeast Goose Lake 0
  • Solon 3, Maquoketa 0

WISCONSIN

  • Shullsburg 3, Cassville 2
  • Cuba City 3, Iowa Grant 0
  • Mineral Point 3, Boscobel 0
  • Darlington 3, Southwestern 0

High School Boys Golf

  • At the 14 team Beaver Hills Invitational in Cedar Falls yesterday Wahlert tied for 5th shooting 327, Senior was 7th at 334, Hempstead 10th at 357, and Western Dubuque was 11th totaling 358. Cedar Falls and Linn-Mar tied for first at 317 with Linn Mar winning on a 5th score tiebreaker. Wahlert’s Tom Ambrosy finished in a three way tie for medalist honors with a 74.
  • Galena 164, Freeport Aquin 166

High School Girls Swimming

  • Wahlert 135, Cedar Rapids Jefferson 50

College Volleyball

  • Clarke 3, Peru State 0 (Clarke now 14-3 and 3-1)

College Women’s Soccer

  • Loras 4, Augustana 0

College Women’s Tennis

  • Loras 6, Dubuque 3

IIAC Athletes of the Week

University of Dubuque volleyball player Karrah Davis has been named the Iowa Conference Female Athlete of the Week. Davis, a former Hempstead prep helped the Spartans to a 5-0 week to remain unbeaten. In the 5 wins, Davis had 64 kills with a .309 hitting percentage and two assists. She added two aces and 45 digs. Other area college athletes honored with weekly accolades:

 

  • Dubuque football player Michael Joseph was named the league Defensive Player of the Week. Joseph made two interceptions in the Spartans win over Loras. Joseph has five interceptions the last two games. He also added six tackles in the game.
  • Mason Tope of Loras was named the Men’s Cross Country Runner of the Week. Tope took 1stplace out of 131 Non-Division I runners at the National Catholic Championships hosted by Notre Dame. He finished 8th overall including 85 Division-I runners.
  • For a third straight week this season, Wartburg’s Brooke Klosterman has been named the Female Golfer of the Week. Klosterman, a former Dyersville Beckman prep earned medalist honors out of a field of 89 competitors at the Division III Midwest Classic. She shot a first round 69 and a second round 80 to finish with a total score of 149.

Cascade and Bellevue Climb In Iowa AP High School Football Poll

Both the area Iowa High School football teams ranked in the weekly Associated Press top 10 class rankings have moved up in the polls. In Class 2A following their win at home last Friday night over previously 2nd ranked Waukon, the Cascade Cougars have moved up three places and are ranked 4th. In Class 1A, the Bellevue Comets are ranked 8th moving up one spot from a week earlier.

In Class 3A the Wahlert Golden Eagles did receive a vote for top 10 consideration.

Texans Waive Riley McCarron

Dubuque native Riley McCarron has been cut from the practice squad by the Houston Texans.

The speedy McCarron, signed by Houston as an undrafted free agent, had been nicknamed “The Iowa Flash,” by Texans coach Bill O’Brien earning high praise from him during training camp.

Last year during his senior season at Iowa, McCarron caught 42 passes for 517 yards and four touchdowns and was named honorable-mention All-Big Ten.

Area Scoreboard (9/18)

College Men’s Soccer

  • Aurora 3, Dubuque 2
  • #19 Loras 4, #18 Carthage 0
  • U-W Platteville 4, Lawrence 0

High School Football Scores

Class 4A Non-District
Hempstead 46, Waterloo East 18
Senior 28, Clinton High School 14
Cedar Falls 38, Western Dubuque 18

Class 3A District 4
Wahlert 34, Marion 14
Clear Creek-Amana 51, Maquoketa 0
West Delaware 33, Center Point-Urbana 8

Class 2A District 4
Dyersville Beckman 31, Waterloo Columbus 0
Cascade 25, Waukon 20
Union, La Porte City 58, Oelwein 0

Class 1A District
Bellevue 42, Durant 12
Clayton Ridge 22, North Cedar 19
Tipton 22, Jesup 8
West Branch 38, Maquoketa Valley 21

WISCONSIN
Southwest Wisconsin
Platteville 48, Richland Center 0
Lancaster 23, River Valley 12
Prairie du Chien 41, Dodgeville 8

SWAL
Iowa-Grant 48, Boscobel 0
Fennimore 18, Darlington 14
Mineral Point 28, Marshall 12
Cuba City 55, Southwestern 6

Six Rivers
Black Hawk 60, Belmont 0
Brookwood 40, Benton/Scales Mound (IL) 28
River Ridge 44, Highland 0
Wauzeka/Seneca 41, Shullsburg 6
Potosi/Cassville 38, Pecatonica/Argyle 14

ILLIONIS
East Dubuque 41, Dakota 26
Lena-Winslow 54, Galena 12

Area Scoreboard (9/15)

High School Volleyball

IOWA

  • At the Oelwein Tournament: Dyersville Beckman defeated Cascade, Oelwein, and Vinton-Shellsburg each by 2-0. Cascade defeated Vinton-Shellsburg and lost to Oelwein.
  • Bellevue 3, Mid-Prairie 0
  • Bellevue Marquette Catholic 3, Alburnett 0
  • Starmont 3, Clayton Ridge 0
  • In the latest Iowa High School Volleyball rankings: Hempstead is still ranked 5th in Class 5A, Wahlert Catholic has slid one spot to 3rd in Class 4A, and Dyersville Beckman moved down four spots and are ranked 11th in Class 3A.

WISCONSIN

  • Southwestern 3, Iowa Grant 0
  • Benton 3, Potosi 1
  • Boscobel 3, Darlington 0
  • Mineral Point 3, Fennimore 0
  • Cuba City 3, Riverdale 0

High School Boys Golf

  • Hempstead won a close MVC Triangular meet at Finkbine in Iowa City. The Mustangs totaled 166, two strokes in front of both Wahlert and Iowa City West who tied with 168. The medalist was Hempstead’s Joey Kasebauer with a 39

High School Cross Country

The Senior High girls captured the championship while Wahlert finished one point back in 2nd and Hempstead ran 4th at the 19 team Rich Engel Classic in Cedar Falls yesterday. The Rams scored 71 and Golden Eagles 72, Hempstead with 99. Mia Rampton paced Senior with a 6th place finish, Gabby Moran of Wahlert placed 3rd and Hannah Brown of Hempstead was 4th. On the boys side, Senior placed fifth out of 21 teams behind Jalen Hildebrand’s third-place run. Wahlert finished 10th.

College Women’s Soccer

  • Loras 2, Knox 1
  • UW Platteville 5, Alverno 0

College Mens Golf

  • Clarke finished 8th while Clarke ‘B’ placed 9th at the 11 team Graceland Invitational in Lamoni. The top Pride score turned in by Andrew Gates who finished in a 6 way logjam in 11th place shooting a 75.

Vega Named Loras Women’s Lacrosse Coach

Barbara Vega (courtesy Loras College Athletics)

Loras College has hired Barbara Vega as the new head women’s lacrosse coach. Vega becomes the third head coach in program history following a successful career as a student-athlete at Augustana College in Rock Island.

Since graduating, Vega has worked at her alma mater, Marian Catholic, as an assistant with the women’s lacrosse program for the last two seasons.

Mustangs, Rams and Golden Eagles Cross Country Teams Ranked

The Hempstead Mustang and Senior High girls cross country teams are both in the top five in the lastest Class 4A rankings from the Iowa Track Coaches Association. Hempstead is ranked 4th with Senior 5th.  In the boys 4A rankings, Hempstead is ranked 9th and Senior 14th.

In Class 3A; the Wahlert girls are still ranked 2nd while the Golden Eagle boys are 5th.

In Class 2A; the Cascade girls are ranked 6th.

In Class 1A; the Bellevue boys are ranked 2nd. The Bellevue Marquette Catholic girls are ranked 8th.

Area Scoreboard (9/13)

High School Volleyball

IOWA

  • #2 4A Wahlert 3, #9 5A Iowa City West 0
  • Cedar Rapids Prairie 3, Senior 0
  • Bellevue Marquette Catholic 3, North Linn 0
  • Camanche 3, Bellevue 1
  • Mount Vernon 3, Dyersville Beckman 1
  • North Cedar 3, Cascade 1
  • Maquoketa 3, Central Dewitt 1

WISCONSIN

  • Cuba City 3, Southwestern 0
  • Cassville 3, Belmont 2
  • River Ridge 3, Benton 2
  • Iowa Grant 3, Boscobel 0
  • Prairie du Chien 3, Lancaster 0
  • Mineral Point 3, Riverdale 2

High School Boys Golf

  • Galena boys stay unbeaten winning a tri-meet at Galena Front Nine. Galena 160, Polo 175, Foreston185. Galena 10-0 overall.

High School Girls Swimming

  • Wahlert 103, Cedar Rapids Washington 83

College Volleyball

  • Coe 3, Loras 2
  • Clarke 3, Mount Mercy 1 (Clarke now 12-2, 3-0 Heart)
  • Northern Iowa 3, #19 Iowa State 2

College Womens Soccer

  • Francis 3, Clarke 1

College Womens Tennis

  • Wartburg 6, Loras 3

Area Scoreboard

High School Boys Golf

  • Senior placed 2nd and Hempstead 6th at the MVC Mississippi Divisional Meet yesterday at Bunker Hill. Senior shot a team total 297, four strokes back of first place Cedar Falls.
  • Wahlert placed 3rd at the Valley Divisional at Gates Park Course in Waterloo.

Iowa High School Football Rankings

Two KDTH area teams continue to be ranked in the latest Iowa High School football rankings from the Associated Press.

In Class 2A, the Cascade Cougars have moved up one spot and are ranked 7th. In Class 1A, Bellevue stayed unbeaten this past week, but fell in the polls two spots and the Comets are now ranked 9th.

The Top Ten teams in the Associated Press Iowa high school football polls of the 2017 season with first-place votes in parentheses and won-loss record, total points and position last week at right:

Area Scoreboard (9/11)

College Men’s Soccer

  • Loras 1, St. John’s 0
  • Dubuque 3, Monmouth 2
  • U-W Platteville 5, Augsburg 3

College Women’s Soccer

  • Benedict 3, Loras 2
  • Dubuque 1, UW Eau Claire 1 (2 ot)
  • U-W Platteville 1, Simpson 0

Area College Volleyball/Soccer/Tennis action

Volleyball – Women

Clarke Univ. 3 St. Francis (Ill.) 2

Loras invitational

St. Olaf 3, Loras, 1

#19 Cornell 3 Loras, 0

Women’s College Soccer

Loras 4, St. Olaf 0

Clarke 4, Grace (Neb.) 0

Men’s College Soccer

Loras 1, St. Olaf 0

Women’s College Tennis

Loras 7, Simpson, 2

Central 7, Loras, 2

 

Area Soccer/Volleyball Scores

Men’s College Soccer
Platteville 2, Hamline 0

Women’s College Volleyball
UD 3, St. Olaf 1
Loras 3, Hamline 0
Loras 3, Carrol 2
Trinity Christian 3, Clarke 1
Clarke 3, Avila University 0
Platteville 3, Westminster 1

Area High School Football Scores

IOWA – Class 4A
Senior 35, Davenport North 7
Cedar Rapids Kennedy 24, Hempstead 7
Western Dubuque 22, Waterloo West 14

Class 3A District 4
Wahlert Catholic 42, Clear Creek-Amana 20
Center Point-Urbana 44, Maquoketa 14
Marion 49, Central DeWitt 3
West Delaware 21, Davenport Assumption 14

Class 2A District 4
Cascade 13, North Fayette Valley 6
Waterloo Columbus 14, Oelwein 0
Monticello 42, Union, La Porte City 0
Waukon 53, Dyersville Beckman 35

Class 1A District 3
Clayton Ridge 14, Tipton 7
West Branch 47, Jesup 0
Bellevue 54, North Cedar 13
Maquoketa Valley 28, Durant 14

WISCONSIN – Southwest Wisconsin
Lancaster 56, Westby 34
Prairie du Chien 24, Arcadia 21
Viroqua 48, Richland Center 21
Platteville 41, Luther 0
Gale-Ettrick-Trempealeau 14, River Valley 7
Dodgeville 26, Black River Falls 18

SWAL
Cuba City 30, Fennimore 6
Iowa-Grant 42, Southwestern 6
Mineral Point 28, Darlington 21
Nekoosa 56, Boscobel 6

SIX RIVERS
Potosi/Cassville 62 Highland 6
River Ridge 46, Belmont 14
Black Hawk 22 Pecatonica/Argyle 20
Benton/Scales Mound 36, Shullsburg 0

ILLINOIS
River Ridge 8, Galena 3
Lena Winslow 59, East Dubuque 0

Wahlert VB Reunion as Nebraska and UCLA Meet This Weekend

There will be a bit of a Wahlert High School Volleyball reunion in Lincoln, Nebraska this weekend as Nebraska hosts UCLA tonight and tomorrow evening.

Two former Golden Eagle greats in Nebraska assistant coach Kayla Banwarth and UCLA freshman Mackenzie May will match-up.  Both players were Iowa Players of the year in high school and each helped lead their Wahlert teams to state titles. Banwarth went on to play at Nebraska and was a member of the most recent USA Olympic squad in Rio last year while May is just beginning her collegiate career, she is leading the Bruins with 3.78 kills per set, and was named the Pac 12 conference Freshman of the Week for the opening week of the season . UCLA is 5-and-0 and ranked 11th, Nebraska at 3-and-2 is ranked 12th. The match tonight will be televised on the Big 10 Network at 8 o’clock, tomorrow evening’s match starts at 7 o’clock.

 

 

 

 

 

Area Scoreboard (9/8)

High School Football

Cedar Rapids Kennedy 24, Hempstead 7 (Mustangs fall to 1-2)

High School Volleyball

  • Western Dubuque 3, Vinton-Shellsburg 1
  • West Liberty 3, Cascade 0
  • Lansing Kee 3, Clayton Ridge 2
  • Southwestern 3, Fennimore 0
  • Benton 3, Shullsburg 0
  • Darlington 3, Mineral Point 2

High School Cross Country

  • At the Cedar Rapids Invitational at Noelridge Park in Cedar Rapids , the Wahlert girls team captured first place out of six squads led by freshman Gabby Moran with a 4th place finish. The Wahlert boys finished in 5th led by 9th place finish by Davis Flogel

High School Girls Swimming

  • Wahlert 134, Senior 52

College Men’s Soccer

  • Robert Morris 4, Clarke 1

College Women’s Soccer

  • Dubuque 2, Cornell 0

Mustangs Play Thursday Night Football

The Hempstead Mustang football team will play Cedar Rapids Kennedy tonight to kickoff week number three of the Iowa High School football calendar. Both the Mustangs and Cougars enter the game with records of 1-and-1 and for both it will their third district tune-up. A number of Mustangs have been contributors on the offensive side of the ball in the first two contests which Hempstead head coach Mike Hoskins says is by design to help build depth before district play starts in two weeks. The Mustangs will be looking to avenge a 42-0 defeat to the Cougars last season.

You can hear the game tonight on kdth.com and AM 1370 KDTH with pregame from Kingston Stadium at 7:05.

Area Scoreboard (9/7)

College Volleyball

  • UW Platteville 3, Loras 1
  • Dubuque defeats #19 Cornell 3-2. The Spartans are 5-0 on the season.

College Women’s Soccer

  • Loras and #10 U-W Whitewater played to a 2-2 draw.
  • Dubuque 2, Edgewood College 0
  • Knox 2, UW Platteville 0

College Men’s Golf

  • At the 12 team Clarke Invitational yesterday at Eagle Ridge South course, Mount Mercy won the team title shooting 312. Clarke and Loras tied for second place seven strokes back at 319. Dubuque “B” finished fourth at 322 followed by Dubuque at 324. Clarke’s Collin Morris shot a 3-over-75 to tie with three other golfers at the top of the leader board, but finished 4th on a scorecard tiebreaker.

IIAC Announces First Athletes of the Week

Several area college athletes have been recognized by the Iowa Conference in the league’s first Athlete of the Week awards.

  • Golfer Brooke Klosterman of Wartburg College has been named the conference Female Athlete of the Week. Klostermann, a former Dyersville Beckman prep won the Luther Sail Classic Tournament for the second-straight year. She shot a 68 in the final round to break her own school record in 18- and 36-holes.
  • University of Dubuque quarterback Connor Feckley was named the Football Offensive Player of the Week after throwing for 337 yards and 3 touchdowns while rushing for 61 yards in the Spartans double o.t. win at Bethel.
  • Mason Tope of Loras was named the men’s cross country runner of the week after taking first place at the Elmhurst Early Bird Meet .
  • Elizabeth Mills of Loras was cited as the conference women’s soccer offensive player. She tallied a game winning goal against Denison and delivered an assist in a victory over Wheaton.
  • Former Wahlert prep Audrey Hinz of Loras and Arantxa Martinez of Dubuque were name co-players of the week in women’s tennis. Hinz was 3-0 last week in number one singles and doubles in three Loras wins. Martinez was unbeaten in both singles and doubles play last week.
  • Former Hempstead prep Alyssa Cose of Dubuque was named the volleyball co-offensive player of the week. As U-D went 4-and-0 at the Lake Forrest Invitational, Cose had 128 assists including 45 against Manchester College.

Clarke’s Davis Receives Conference Honors

Clarke University’s Kasey Davis has been named the Heart of America Athletic Conference Women’s Volleyball Attacker of the Week.

Davis, a Dubuque native helped lead the Pride to a 5-0 record this past week, including a 4-0 mark at the Corn Palace Classic. Davis tallied 60 kills on the week, hitting .336. She floored 16 balls in victories over College of St. Mary. For the week, Davis had 12 digs and averaged four kills per set.

Jewell Big 10 Defensive POW

IOWA CITY, Iowa – – University of Iowa senior linebacker Josey Jewell was named Big Ten Conference Defensive Player of the Week following Iowa’s 24-3 win over Wyoming Saturday in Kinnick Stadium.  Jewell was named the national Defensive Player of the Week by the Walter Camp Football Foundation on Sunday.

Jewell led Iowa with 14 tackles, including seven solo stops.  His totals included two sacks, 2.5 tackles for loss, and one pass break-up.

The Big Ten honor is the first for Jewell in his career.

College Football/Volleyball/Soccer Scores

College Football
Wisconsin 59, Utah State 10

Women’s College Volleyball
Northwestern 3, Loras 0
Loras 3, St. Scholastica 1
Clarke 3, Mount Marty College 0
Clarke 3, College of Saint Mary 1

College Men’s Soccer
Aurora 4, Loras 3

College Women’s Soccer
UW-La Crosse 4, Univ. of Dubuque 0
Clarke 6, Presentation College 1
Loras 4, Denison 1

Tri-State Area Football Scores

IOWA
Senior 27, Wahlert 24
Western Dubuque 34, Dyersville Beckman 21
Cascade 47, Central Dewitt 0
Bellevue 42, Northeast Goose Lake 24
Waterloo West 33, Hempstead 7
Anamosa 46, Maquoketa 20
Ed-Co 22, Clayton Ridge 20

WISCONSIN
SWAL
Mineral Point 56, Boscobel 16
Cuba City 33, Darlington 0
Fennimore 28, Iowa-Grant 8
Poynette 47, Southwestern 7

Six Rivers
Shullsburg 22, Belmont 10
Pecatonica Argyle 51, Benton-Scales Mound 14
Potosi/Cassville 54, River Ridge 19
Independence/Gilmanton 48, Highland 15
Black Hawk 68, New Lisbon 6

SWC
Lancaster 48, Black River Falls 0
River Valley 41, Arcadia 6
Gale-Ettrick-Trempelau 60, Richland Center 8
Platteville 55, Westby 25
Prairie du Chien 34, Viroqua 12
Dodgeville 42, Luther 8

ILLINOIS
East Dubuque 25, Galena 7

High School Football Friday Night

Week number two of the high school football season and some big games are on the schedule this evening. At the Loras Rock Bowl, the Wahlert Golden Eagles will host the Senior Rams. After losing their openers last Friday night, both teams will be attempting to keep being 0-2 when the night is over. Senior head coach Dale Plossel says the Rams offense will have their work cut out for them against a strong Golden Eagle defense.
while Wahlert head coach Travis Zajac says tonight’s intracity tussle will likely be determined up front. You can hear the game tonight on AM 1370 and kdth.com…pregame at 7:05 and kickoff around 7:30.

Elsewhere tonight, the Hempstead Mustangs will try to start the season 2-and-oh as they play their home opener at Dalzell Field as welcoming Waterloo West to Dubuque for a second straight week.

In a Dubuque County clash tonight; Western Dubuque will play at Dyersville Beckman.

On the Illinois side of the river East Dubuque will be hosting Galena with both teams looking for win number one of the season.

Other area match-ups:

IOWA:

Central Dewitt at Cascade

Bellevue at Northeast Goose Lake

Ed-Co at Clayton Ridge

WISCONSIN:

Cuba City at Darlington

Lancaster at Black River Falls

Platteville at Westby

Mineral Point at Boscobel

Poynette at Southwestern

Iowa Grant at Fennimore

Shullsburg at Belmont

Pecatonica-Argyle at Benton-Scales Mound

Potosi-Cassville at River Ridge

Iowa High School Volleyball Rankings

High School Volleyball Rankings

Hempstead has climbed and Wahlert Catholic, Western Dubuque, and Dyersville Beckman stayed put in the new weekly Iowa High School Volleyball rankings from Girls Athletic Union. Hempstead is ranked one spot this week and are now ranked 6th in Class 5A. Cedar Falls is the new number one team. Wahlert is still ranked 2nd in Class 4A behind top ranked Xavier. Western Dubuque is still ranked 15th. In Class 3A Beckman continues to be ranked 10th. Bellevue Marquette Catholic, ranked 14th last week fell out of the Class 1A rankings.

8/31/17 Volleyball Rankings

Class 1A

School Record LW
1 Janesville 1-0 1
2 Holy Trinity Catholic 1-0 2
3 Springville 5-1 3
4 Starmont 4-2 4
5 LeMars Gehlen Catholic 1-0 5
6 New London 4-0 7
7 Tripoli 2-0 9
8 Montezuma 11-1 8
9 Algona Bishop Garrigan 5-1 6
10 Iowa Valley 3-2 10
11 North Tama 6-0 NR
12 Iowa Mennonite 3-0 NR
13 Harris-Lake Park 4-3 13
14 Don Bosco 3-2 NR
15 Edgewood-Colesburg 2-3 11

Dropped Out: Lamoni (12), Marquette Catholic (14), Southeast Warren (15)

Class 2A

School Record LW
1 Dike-New Hartford 4-1 1
2 Western Christian 0-0 2
3 Grundy Center 8-0 3
4 Unity Christian 1-0 5
5 Council Bluffs St. Albert 0-1 4
6 Sidney 2-0 6
7 Hinton 1-0 9
8 Lake Mills 2-0 11
9 Wilton 9-0 14
10 Pella Christian 2-3 10
11 Jesup 3-1 8
12 Treynor 5-1 12
13 Sumner-Fredericksburg 1-1 7
14 Clarinda 4-0 NR
15 Iowa City Regina 5-0 NR

Dropped Out: Des Moines Christian (13), Belle Plaine (15)

Class 3A

School Record LW
1 Kuemper Catholic 6-0 1
2 Osage 2-0 2
3 Tipton 4-0 5
4 Sioux Center 4-0 6
5 Red Oak 2-2 7
6 Davenport Assumption 2-0 8
7 Waterloo Columbus Catholic 3-2 4
8 West Delaware 3-3 3
9 West Liberty 5-0 15
10 Beckman Catholic 5-1 10
11 Gilbert 3-3 11
12 Mount Vernon 1-1 12
13 Estherville Lincoln Central 3-0 NR
14 South Central Calhoun 5-3 14
15 Monticello 4-2 NR

Dropped Out: Spirit Lake (9), Eddyville-Blakesburg-Fremont (13)

Class 4A

School Record LW
1 Cedar Rapids Xavier 1-1 1
2 Dubuque Wahlert 2-0 2
3 Independence 6-0 11
4 Pella 7-1 3
5 Bishop Heelan 1-3 4
6 Waverly-Shell Rock 5-1 7
7 Lewis Central 2-2 6
8 Charles City 3-1 4
9 Center Point-Urbana 7-1 8
10 Bondurant-Farrar 6-1 NR
11 Sergeant Bluff-Luton 4-0 NR
12 Clinton 1-1 12
13 Marion 0-0 13
14 Harlan 6-1 NR
15 Western Dubuque 0-0 15

Dropped Out: ADM (9), Fort Madison (10), Fairfield (14)

Class 5A

School Record LW
1 Cedar Falls 8-0 2
2 Ankeny Centennial 5-1 1
3 Cedar Rapids Jefferson 2-0 8
4 Linn-Mar 4-2 4
5 Dowling Catholic 8-1 5
6 Dubuque Hemsptead 6-1 7
7 West Des Moines Valley 8-2 3
8 Pleasant Valley 5-0 15
9 Iowa City West 3-2 13
10 Bettendorf 4-1 6
11 Urbandale 8-3 11
12 Indianola 9-1 12
13 Ankeny 2-3 14
14 Waukee 5-5 NR
15 Cedar Rapids Washington 1-1 NR

Dropped Out: Des Moines Roosevelt (9)