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KLEM Local Schedule (week of May 23)




(G) 4A Regional finals at Carroll

FINAL TEAM STANDINGS: 1. Creston (349)  ..   2. Spencer (379) (both advance to the 4A State meet) ..  3. Harlan (384)  ..  4. Lewis Central (415)  ..  5. Carroll (417)  ..   6. Denison-Schleswig (419)  ..  7. Le Mars (428)  ..   8. Greene County (437)  ..  9. Storm Lake (446)  ..  10. Glenwood (479). (Sergeant Bluff-Luton had only three golfers and Bishop Heelan withdrew)

MEDALIST & RUNNER-UP MEDALIST: Rachel Danielson (Greene County) 84  ..   Ashton Carter (Creston) 86.

Le Mars scores: Sidney Baumgartner (93)  ..  Grace Lamoreux (103)  ..  Emily Koonce (115)  ..  Erin Koonce (117). (Katelyn Raymond and Sophie Fedders withdrew)

(G) 1A Regional finals at Kingsley (Akron-Westfield, Kingsley-Pierson, Central Lyon, Graettinger-Terril/Ruthven-Ayrshire, River Valley & Storm Lake St. Mary’s) – POSTPONED TO TUESDAY, MAY 24th
Individuals: Sally Gallagher (Woodbury Central), Sara Sappinfield (Lawton-Bronson) and Maddy Borden (Hartley-Melvin-Sanborn).

(G) 1A Regional finals at Anita (West Monona qualified for the 1A State meet with a 1st place finish) (Sam Knight of West Monona was medalist with a 76  ..  Maddie Shook of Westwood was third and qualified for the 1A State meet)

(G) 2A Regional finals at Milford (Unity Christian, Hinton, Emmetsburg, and Central Springs) – POSTPONED TO TUESDAY, MAY 24th
Individuals advancing to the final round:  Kenzi Vlotho (Rock Valley), Ally Sweeney (South O’Brien), and Hannah Butler (Okoboji).

(G) 2A Regional finals at Neola (Alta-Aurelia qualified for the 2A State meet with a 1st place finish)

(G) 3A Regional final at Clarion
(Humboldt, M-O-C/Floyd Valley, Gilbert and Clarion-Goldfield) – POSTPONED TO TUESDAY, MAY 24th
Individuals: Samantha VanderVelde (Sioux Center).
(G) 5A Regional finals at Des Moines (Waukee and Cedar Rapids Kennedy qualified for the 5A State meet — Sioux City East was 4th but Hannah Rens of East qualified for the 5A State meet with a 5th place finish)

(high school softball)

Gehlen Catholic at MMC/RU – POSTPONED

Le Mars at Sioux City East – POSTPONED

(high school baseball)

Gehlen Catholic at MMC/RU – POSTPONED

Le Mars at Sioux City East – POSTPONED

(Little League games at the John Britton Complex)

all games were postponed

(N-B-A playoff basketball)

TORONTO – It’s all knotted up at two games apiece in the NBA Eastern Conference finals. Kyle Lowry had 35 points and All-Star backcourt mate DeMar DeRozan added 32 as the Toronto Raptors posted a 105-99 victory over the Cleveland Cavaliers. Game 5 is Wednesday night in Cleveland.

Toronto 105, Cleveland 99 – series tied 2-2

(N-H-L playoff hockey)

ST. LOUIS – The San Jose Sharks are a victory away from reaching the Stanley Cup finals for the first time in team history. The Sharks took a 3-2 series lead over St. Louis by routing the Blues 6-3 last night as Joe Pavelski and Joel Ward each scored two goals. Game 6 is Wednesday night in San Jose.

San Jose 6, St. Louis 3, San Jose leads series 3-2

(major league baseball)

Detroit 5, Philadelphia 4
Miami 7, Tampa Bay 6

Chicago White Sox 7, Cleveland 6, 1st game
Cleveland 5, Chicago White Sox 1, 2nd game
L.A. Angels 2, Texas 0
Kansas City 10, Minnesota 4
Oakland 5, Seattle 0

Pittsburgh 6, Colorado 3
N.Y. Mets 7, Washington 1
St. Louis 4, Chicago Cubs 3
L.A. Dodgers 1, Cincinnati 0
San Francisco 1, San Diego 0

(American Association baseball)

Gary-Southshore Railcats 6, Sioux City Explorers 3





GIRLS STATE TEAM TOURNAMENT at Fort Dodge (1st round) — Waterloo Columbus/Don Bosco defeated Le Mars (10-3) 5-0


(G) 1A Regional finals at KingsleyTeam finish: 1. River Valley (369)  ..  2. Akron-Westfield (391) (both qualify for the 1A State meet)  ..   3. Central Lyon (401)  ..  4. Graettinger-Terril/Ruthven-Ayrshire (427)  ..  5. Kingsley-Pierson (433)  ..   6. Storm Lake St. Mary’s (445) – (make-up)
Individual qualifiers: Alycen Knaack (River Valley) 82  ..  Sally Gallagher (Woodbury Central) 88  ..  Hannah Sieperda (Central Lyon) 88  ..  Jenna Knaack (River Valley) 90  ..  Bailey Davis (Akron-Westfield) 95  ..  Brooke Koele (Akron-Westfield) 95.

(G) 2A Regional finals at Milford (Unity Christian (380)  ..   Emmetsburg (394) (both qualify for the 2A State meet)  ..  3. Hinton (409)  ..  4. Central Springs (438)) – (make-up)
State qualifiers: Chanda Zomermaand (Unity Christian) 81  ..   Hannah Butler (Okoboji) 85  ..  Allison Freeman (Emmetsburg) 89  ..  Alyssa Fedders (Unity Christian) 90  ..   Kenzi Vlotho (Rock Valley) 92.

(G) 3A Regional final at Clarion —  State qualifiers – Clarion-Goldfield (372)  ..  M-O-C/Floyd Valley (380) (make-up)
Alexa Arends of M-O-C/Floyd Valley finished second individually with a 90 behind medalist Allison Schweers of Kuemper with an 88.

(high school softball)

Bishop Heelan 7, Le Mars (0-1) 3

LE MARS — Alex Hope had three hits and snapped a 1-1 tie with a two-run double in the third inning to lead Bishop Heelan to a 7-3 victory at Le Mars Tuersday night in the season opener for both teams.  The Crusaders extended the lead to 6-1 with three more runs in the fourth on RBI’s by Riley Plantenberg, McKenzie Pratt and Katelyn Lawler.  Christina Konz and Grace Milbrodt drove in a run each and combined for four of the six hits for the Lady Bulldogs.  Lexi Ricke gave up one earned run while striking out nine.  She escaped a bases-loaded jam in the fifth by giving up only one run while getting a pick-off throw from her catcher Aubrey Wolf that erased a runner at third base for the second out.  Le Mars travels to Sheldon Wednesday.

(high school baseball)

Sioux City North 4, Le Mars (0-1) 3

LE MARS — Sioux City North rallied past Le Mars 4-3 in a terrific pitcher’s duel Tuesday night at the Bulldog Complex.  North erased a 3-2 deficit with two runs in the fifth.  Kyle Kliever doubled with two out in the bottom of the seventh to give Bulldog fans a glimmer of hope on opening night before a fly out ended the threat and the game.  Collin Claeys limited Le Mars to six hits to while out dueling Trent Hilbrands on the mound.  Le Mars plays at Sheldon Wednesday night before returning home Thursday to host Bishop Heelan.

(Little League games at the John Britton Complex)

Royals 14, Mariners 6
D’Backs 11, Reds 3
Giants 9, Rays 3

A’s 6, Angels 0
Yankees 15, Pirates 4
White Sox 4, Mets 3
Cubs 5, Rockies 4
Phils 6, Dodgers 1

Cards 10, Nationals 3
Blue Jays 8, Reds Sox 4
Twins 6, Rangers 5
Indians 8, Astros 1
Padres 0, Braves 0, tie

(N-B-A playoff basketball)

OKLAHOMA CITY – The Oklahoma City Thunder are one victory away from their second trip to the NBA Finals, and their first since 2012. The Thunder lead the Western Conference finals 3-1 after Russell Westbrook recorded a triple-double of 36 points, 11 rebounds and 11 assists in a 118-94 romp over the Warriors. Kevin Durant had 26 points and 11 boards for the Thunder, who have outscored the Warriors by 52 points over the last two games and can wrap up the series against the defending champs on Thursday.

Oklahoma City 118, Golden State 94, Oklahoma City leads series 3-1

(N-H-L playoff hockey)

TAMPA, Fla. – The Pittsburgh Penguins have forced a seventh game in the NHL’s Eastern Conference finals with last night’s 5-2 win over the Lightning at Tampa. Sidney Crosby and Nick Bonino each had a goal and an assist to support Matt Murray, who made 28 saves in his return to the nets. Brian Boyle scored twice in the third period to make it a 3-2 game before Bryan Rust tallied with 2:08 left to clinch the victory for Pittsburgh.

Pittsburgh 5 Tampa Bay 2, series tied 3-3

(major league baseball)

Tampa Bay 4, Miami 3
Boston 8, Colorado 3
Detroit 3, Philadelphia 1

N.Y. Yankees 6, Toronto 0
Texas 4, L.A. Angels 1
Houston 3, Baltimore 2, 13 innings
Cleveland 6, Chicago White Sox 2
Kansas City 7, Minnesota 4
Seattle 6, Oakland 5

Pittsburgh 12, Arizona 1
Washington 7, N.Y. Mets 4
Milwaukee 2, Atlanta 1
Chicago Cubs 12, St. Louis 3
L.A. Dodgers 8, Cincinnati 2
San Francisco 8, San Diego 2

(American Association baseball)

Gary-Southshore Railcats 10, Sioux City Explorers 6




(high school softball)

Gehlen Catholic (1-0) 12, Clay Central-Everly 0, four innings

Le Mars (1-1) 4, Sheldon 3

GRANVILLE  — Jolee Linden led a ten-hit attack with three hits and drove in four runs to lead Gehlen Catholic to a season-opening, 12-0 win over Clay Central-Everly Wednesday night in Granville in a game shortened to four innings by the ‘Mercy Rule’.  Carly Bunkers and Jaci Alesch both reached base in all three of their at-bats with Bunkers scoring three times and Alesch driving in a pair of runs.  Gehlen scored in every inning and finished with three runs in the fourth inning, scoring the 12th run on Paris Schroeder’s ground out to end the game.  Meghen Heying fired a two-hit shutout with one walk and five strike outs for the Lady Jays.  Gehlen plays Unity Christian Friday night in their War Eagle Conference opener at the Riverview Complex before playing in the Kingsley-Pierson Classic Saturday.

SHELDON —Jenn Schneider drove in two runs, including what proved to be the winning run on a sixth-inning double, as Le Mars held on for a 4-3 victory at Sheldon Wednesday night.  Christina Konz had two hits and a RBI for the Lady Dogs and Crystal Eppling added two hits to an 11-hit attack.  Brook Berkenpas went the distance in the pitching circle to earn her first varsity win.  She had to work out of a sixth inning threat that saw Sheldon score twice to cut the lead to one run and had runners at second and third when the inning ended.  The Lady Bulldogs improve to 1-and-1 for the season.  Le Mars returns to action Friday and Saturday at the Bishop Heelan Classic.

(high school baseball)

Gehlen Catholic (1-0) 15, Clay Central-Everly 0, four innings

Le Mars (1-1) 6, Sheldon 4, eight innings

GRANVILLE  — Cooper Davis threw an opening night no-hitter for Gehlen Catholic Wednesday night, walking three and striking out nine, to pitch the Jays to a 15-0, four-inning victory over Clay Central-Everly at Vosburg Field in Granville.  Cole Wiltgen and Roman Freking led a 12-hit attack with two hits each and four RBI’s.  An 11-run second inning broke the game wide open.  Gehlen hosts Unity Christian at the Riverview Complex Friday night in the War Eagle Conference opener for both schools.

SHELDON — Le Mars broke a 4-4 tie with a pair of eighth inning runs Wednesday night at Sheldon to edge the Orabs 6-4 to square their record at 1-and-1.  Gabe Eckstaine had three hits and a RBI to lead Le Mars while Keaton Candor and Colin Nemmers added two hits each.  Logan Lancaster earned the win on the mound for Le Mars with two innings of relief after Ode Albrecht and Jonathan Hovden worked the first six innings.  Sheldon tied the game in the bottom of the seventh with a run, sending the game into extra innings.  The Bulldogs host Bishop Heelan Thursday at the Bulldogs Complex in a game that will be carried on KLEM.

(Little League games at the John Britton Complex)

Falcons 13, Foxes 10

Spartans 12, Chargers 11
Panthers 7, Eagles 3
Rockets 11, Lions 6
Warriors 16, Broncos 10

Comets 0, Sparks 0, tie
Sting 6, Liberty 5
Heat 11, Stars 0
Storm 6, Rockers 0

(N-B-A playoff basketball)

CLEVELAND – The Cleveland Cavaliers are one win away from their second straight trip to the NBA Finals following a 116-78 blowout over the visiting Toronto Raptors. Kevin Love was the top scorer in Game 5 of the Eastern Conference finals, finishing with 25 points while LeBron James and Kyrie Irving each added 23. DeMar DeRozan led the Raptors with just 14 points on 2 of 8 from the field.

Cleveland 116, Toronto 78, Cleveland leads series 3-2

(N-H-L playoff hockey)

SAN JOSE, Calif. – Joel Ward scored twice and the San Jose Sharks advanced to the Stanley Cup finals for the first time in their 24-season history by beating St. Louis 5-2 in Game 7 of the Western Conference finals. Logan Couture furnished a goal and two assists for the Sharks, who led 4-0 until Vladimir Tarasenko scored twice in the final 8:21. The Blues haven’t been to the finals since 1970 and will remain the only existing franchise from the NHL’s 1967 expansion without a Stanley Cup

San Jose 5, St. Louis 2, San Jose wins series 4-2

(major league baseball)

Philadelphia 8, Detroit 5
Boston 10, Colorado 8
Miami 4, Tampa Bay 3

Minnesota 7, Kansas City 5
Texas 15, L.A. Angels 9
Cleveland 4, Chicago White Sox 3
Toronto 8. N.Y. Yankees 4
Houston 4, Baltimore 3
Seattle 13, Oakland 3

N.Y. Mets 2, Washington 0
Chicago Cubs 9, St. Louis 8
San Francisco 4, San Diego 3, 10 innings
Pittsburgh 5, Arizona 4
Milwaukee 3, Atlanta 2, 13 innings
L.A. Dodgers 3, Cincinnati 1

(American Association baseball)

Sioux City Explorers 4, Gary-Southshore Railcats 3




(high school baseball)

Bishop Heelan 10, Le Mars (1-2) 4

LE MARS — Collin Nemmers put Le Mars in front 3-2 with a two-run single in the third inning but Bishop Heelan closed with eight runs over the final three innings to pull away for a 10-4 non-conference baseball victory at the Bulldogs Sports Complex Thursday night.  The Crusaders scored four in the fifth to go ahead 6-3.  Nemmers drove in his third run of the game with a bases loaded single in the bottom of the fifth for Le Mars and the Dogs still had the bases loaded with one out when Mason Heaton came on in relief to close down the threat and keep the Crusaders in front 6-4.  Heelan added a run in the sixth and three more in the seventh to ice their third win of the season against no losses.  Le Mars falls to 1-and-2.   The Bulldogs play a varsity doubleheader at Sioux City East Friday to make-up Monday’s rain out.

(Little League games at the John Britton Complex)

Royals 11, Reds 3
D’Backs 6, Giants 5
Rays 10, Mariners 7

Angels 13, Cubs 2
A’s 10, Dodgers 1
Yankees 8, White Sox 7
Mets 8, Pirates 3
Rockies 9, Phils 7

Astros 0, Red Sox 0, tie
Cards 18, Indians 1
Rangers 0, Blue Jays 0, tie
Twins 0, Padres 0, tie
Braves 10, Nationals 9

(N-B-A playoff basketball)

OAKLAND, Calif. – The Golden State Warriors have forced a Game 6 in the NBA’s Western Conference finals by downing the Oklahoma City Thunder 120-111. Stephen Curry finished with 31 points, seven rebounds, six assists and five steals to help the Warriors bounce back from a pair of lopsided losses in Oklahoma City. Kevin Durant had a game-high 40 points for the Thunder, who will host Game 6 on Saturday.

Golden State 120, Oklahoma City 111, Oklahoma City leads series 3-2

NEW YORK – Warriors guard Stephen Curry is a unanimous selection to the All-NBA First Team after taking every first-place vote in the MVP balloting. Curry was joined on the first team by Cleveland forward LeBron James, Oklahoma City guard Russell Westbrook, San Antonio forward Kawhi (kah-WY’) Leonard and Los Angeles Clippers center DeAndre Jordan. James is a first-team choice for the 10th time in 13 seasons.

(N-H-L playoff hockey)

PITTSBURGH – Bryan Rust scored twice in the second period and the Pittsburgh Penguins advanced to the Stanley Cup finals by downing the Tampa Bay Lightning 2-1 in Game 7 of the Eastern Conference finals. Rust notched the tiebreaking goal 30 seconds after Jonathan Drouin knotted the score for the Lightning. Matt Murray stopped 16 shots for the Pens, who open the finals against the San Jose Sharks Monday in Pittsburgh.

Pittsburgh 2, Tampa Bay 1, Pittsburgh wins series 4-3

(major league baseball)

Miami 9, Tampa Bay 1
Colorado 8, Boston 2

Toronto 3, N.Y. Yankees 1
Houston 4, Baltimore 2
Chicago White Sox at Kansas City, ppd.

Pittsburgh 8, Arizona 3
Washington 2, St. Louis 1
Milwaukee 6, Atlanta 2

(American Association baseball)

Sioux City Explorers 7, Gary-Southshore Railcats 4





SINGLES: Le Mars’ Dylan Harms won his first round match 6-0, 6-2 but lost to the #2 seed in the second round 0-6, 1-6, dropping him into the consolation bracket.  Harms stayed alive in the consolation bracket with a 5-7, 7-5, 10-8 win.

DOUBLES: Le Mars’ Thomas Havey and Kyle Marek lost their first round match 3-6, 6-4, 3-6 but bounced back with a pair of wins in the consolation bracket,  6-4, 6-4 in their first match, 6-3, 6-3 in their second match in the loser’s bracket.


(1A at Marshalltown – Hartley-Melvin-Sanborn is 6th after day on of the team competition.  East Buchanon leads Newman Catholic by two shots after Day One.  Bishop Garrigan’s Logan Capesius leads the individual standings by one shot, shooting an opening day 71.  Elijah Lamoureux of Westwood shot an 82 on opening day and is 16th.  Norman Schirmer of H-M-S is 17th, also shooting an 82.)

(2A at Fort Dodge – Sheldon is 6th after Day One of the team competition.  Clear Lake is your first day leader by two shots over Panorama.  Ryan Feauto of Kuemper Catholic is the medal round leader after Day One with a 67, good for a three shot lead.  Tyler Merley of Sheldon shot an opening round 74 and was 7th while Jaren Brue of Unity Christian was 40th after shooting an 84.

(3A at Livermore – M-O-C/Floyd Valley is 9th after Day One in the team competition.  Webster City is the leader by five shots over West Delaware.  Sam Sacuitne of Decorah leads medal play by one shot with a 70.  Tate Arends of M-O-C/Floyd Valley is 9th with an opening round 77.   Blake Berry of Storm Lake is 22nd after shooting an 81.

(high school softball)

Unity Christian 15, Gehlen Catholic ((1-1/0-1) 10

Bishop Heelan Tournament
Le Mars (2-1) 5, Sergeant Bluff-Luton 3
Spirit Lake 8, Le Mars (2-2) 4

LE MARS — Unity Christian won a wild War Eagle Conference softball decision over Gehlen Catholic Friday night, 15-10, at the Riverview Complex.  The Lady Knights used a pair of five-run innings to build a 15-6 lead going into the bottom of the seventh.  Gehlen scored four times before Unity was able to close the deal.  Nicole Kaemingk and Kennedy Vander Wilt both homered for the Knights and the two combined to drive in five runs.  Anna Christians had four hits to lead an 18-hit attack for Unity Christian.  Jaci Alesch and Jolee Linden had two hits each for Gehlen and each had a RBI.  Gehlen falls to 1-and-1 for the season and 0-and-1 in the W-E-C.  Gehlen plays in the Kingsley-Pierson Classic Saturday.

SIOUX CITY — Le Mars rallied for three runs in the top of the seventh inning Friday to beat Sergeant Bluff-Luton 5-3 at the Bishop Heelan softball classic.  Trailing 3-2 going into their last at-bat, Le Mars got RBI singles from Grace Milbrodt, Katelyn Raymond and Annie Ellis.  Milbrodt nailed down the win with a 1-2-3 bottom of the seventh to earn a save and make a winner out of starter Kalin Hardyk.  Le Mars finished with only four hits for the game but three came in the winning rally in the seventh.

In the second game of the day, Le Mars dropped an 8-4 decision to conference-rival Spirit Lake.  Le Mars was checked to just three hits by Kailee Jeness and Bailey Newman.  The Indians erased a 2-1 deficit with three runs in the fourth and added three more in the fifth.  Le Mars slips to 2-and-2 for the season and will play two more games in the Classic on Saturday.

(high school baseball)

(game one) Sioux City East 11, Le Mars (1-3) 1, six innings

(game two) suspended by darkness with Le Mars leading 15-3 in the fifth inning

Gehlen Catholic (2-0/1-0) 6, Unity Christian 5

SIOUX CITY — Freshman Nate Zyzda threw a two-hitter with five strike outs in an 11-1, Game One victory by Sioux City East over Le Mars in a game shortened to six innings by the ‘Ten-Run Rule’.  Kyle Burns and Dylan Riley had two RBI’s each for the Black Raiders.

Keaton Candor homered on the second pitch of Game Two for Le Mars to jump start a nine-run first inning for the Bulldogs as Le Mars built a 15-3 lead before darkness suspended play in the fifth inning.  The Bulldogs took advantage of nine walks in Game Two to build their 12-run lead.  Trent Hilbrands will get credit for the victory if the game is ever completed in the future.

LE MARS  — Gehlen Catholic improved to 2-and-0 with a 6-5 win over Unity Christian in a nail-biting War Eagle Conference opener for both schools at the Riverview Complex Friday night.  The Jays executed a double play to end the game and halt a rally in the seventh inning.  Gerardo Beltran earned a save with two innings of relief while Jesse Jungers got the win on mound.  Chandler Willet led Gehlen offensively with two hits.

(N-B-A playoff basketball)

TORONTO – The Cleveland Cavaliers are going to the NBA Finals for the second straight season. LeBron James scored 33, Kyrie Irving added 30 with Kevin Love chipping in 20 in the Cavaliers’ 113-87 win that eliminated the Toronto Raptors in six games. It’s the sixth straight season James has led a team into the NBA Finals.

Cleveland 113, Toronto 87., Cleveland wins series 4-2

(N-H-L playoff hockey)

no games scheduled

(major league baseball)

Pittsburgh 9, Texas 1

Toronto 7, Boston 5
Baltimore 6, Cleveland 4
N.Y. Yankees 4, Tampa Bay 1
Kansas City 7, Chicago White Sox 5
Detroit 4, Oakland 1
L.A. Angels 7, Houston 2
Minnesota 7, Seattle 2

Chicago Cubs 6, Philadelphia 2
St. Louis 6, Washington 2
N.Y. Mets 6, L.A. Dodgers 5
Atlanta 4, Miami 2
Milwaukee 9, Cincinnati 5
Colorado 5, San Francisco 2
San Diego 10, Arizona 3

(American Association baseball)

Sioux City Explorers 9, Sioux Falls Canaries 6





SINGLES: Le Mars’ Dylan Harms finished sixth, winning 6-0, 6-1 and then losing in th fifth/sixth place match 1-6, 2-6.  Harms went 3-and-2 for the tournament.
DOUBLES: Le Mars’ Thomas Havey and Kyle Marek finished sixth, winning 6-3, 3-6, 11-9 before losing 4-6, 3-6 in the fifth/sixth place match.  They went 3-and-2 for the tournament.


(1A at MarshalltownTEAM STANDINGS: 1. East Buchanon (620)  ..  2. Newman Catholic (643)  ..  3. Nodaway Valley (648)  ..  4. Winfield-Mt. Union (670)  ..  5. Griswold (671)  ..  6. Hartley-Melvin-Sanborn (677) ..  7. Edgewood-Colesburg (689)  ..  8. A-G-W-S-R, Ackley (691).  Medal play results: 1. Chris Cooksley of East Buchanon (143)  ..  2. Parker Oleson of North Union (145).  Top Siouxland finishers: 24. Cayle Carney (H-M-S) 167  ..  25.  Norman Schirmer (H-M-S) 169  ..  25. David Conway (H-M-S) 169  ..  30. Elijah Lamoreux (Westwood) 173.

(2A at Fort DodgeTEAM STANDINGS: 1. Panorama (604)  ..  2. St. Edmond (613)  ..  3. Kuemper Catholic (614)  .. 4. Clear Lake (618)  ..  5. Sheldon (635) ..  6. Des Moines Christian (638)  ..  7. South Winneshiek (640)  ..  8. G-C-G-R, Grundy Center (641)  ..  9. Monticello (660).  Medal play results: 1. Logan Schweinefus of South Winneshiek (139)  ..  2. Charlie Doyle of Fort Dodge St. Edmond (141).  Top Siouxland finishers: 6. Tyler Merley (Sheldon) 146  ..  31. Jaren Brue (Unity Christian) (162)  ..  35. Devon Johnson (Sheldon) 164.

(3A at LivermoreTEAM STANDINGS: 1. Webster City (614)  ..   2. West Delaware (625)  ..  3. Gilbert (630)  ..  4. Mount Vernon (634)  ..  5. Atlantic (643)  ..  6. Williamsburg (652)  ..  7. M-O-C/Floyd Valley (657) ..  8. Vinton-Shellsburg (658)  ..  9. Grinnell (661).  Medal play results: 1. Clayton Larsen of West Delaware (140)  ..  2. Alec Fuhs of Webster City (141).   Top Siouxland finishers: 5. Tate Arends (M-O-C/F-V) 147  ..  18. Blake Berry (Storm Lake) 158  ..  22. Trenton DeHaan (M-O-C/F-V) 162  ..  41. Charlie Dorn (M-0O-C/F-V) 171  ..  54. Collin Root (M-O-C/F-V) 179  ..  57. Tyler Rupp (M-O-C/F-V) 186  ..  60. Collin DeGraaf (M-O-C/F-V) 187.

(high school softball)

Kingsley-Pierson Tournament
Kingsley-Pierson 9, Gehlen Catholic (1-2) 3
Westwood 9, Gehlen Catholic (1-3) 2
Gehlen Catholic (2-3) 14, Sioux City West 1

Akron-Westfield 7, Newell-Fonda 2
Akron-Westfield 6, Kingsley-Pierson 1
Akron-Westfield 11, Sioux City West 0

River Valley 8, Remsen St. Mary’s 6
Remsen St. Mary’s 9, Cherokee 4
Westwood 9, Remsen St. Mary’s 1

Kingsley-Pierson 11, Sioux City West 4
Bishop Heelan Tournament
Lewis Central 5, Le Mars (2-3) 1
Sioux City North 7, Le Mars (2-4) 2

SIOUX CITY — Le Mars fell to 2-and-4 for the season, dropping a pair of games Saturday in the Bishop Heelan Classic in Sioux City.  Lewis Central beat Le Mars 5-1 Saturday morning behind a two-hit, eleven-strike out pitching performance by Mckenna Dufk.  The Titans scored three times in the fourth inning, thanks to two Le Mars errors and a passed ball, to erase a 1-0 deficit and then added two more an inning later.  Crystal Eppling scored Le Mars’ lone run in the second inning on a error.  Jenn Schneider and Brooke Haage had the Le Mars hits.  Brook Berkenpas took the loss in the pitching circle, tossing a six-hitter.

Sioux City North bested Le Mars 7-2 in the afternoon game Saturday, scoring five first-inning runs to gain control early.  North sent eleven batters to plate in the first and collected four hits, three walks and took advantage of one Lady Bulldog error.  Le Mars scored an unearned run in the third and Jenn Schneider added a RBI single in the seventh.  Kali Berkenpas worked a third of an inning to take the loss while Kalin Hardyk worked the final 5 2/3 innings in relief for Le Mars.  The Lady Bulldogs host Sergeant Bluff-Luton Tuesday.

(N-B-A playoff basketball)

OKLAHOMA CITY – The Golden State Warriors have tied the NBA’s Western Conference finals at three games apiece by outscoring the Thunder 33-18 in the fourth quarter of a 108-101 triumph at Oklahoma City. Klay Thompson scored 19 of his 41 points in the final period and set an NBA playoff record with 11 3-pointers. Stephen Curry added 29 points, 10 rebounds and nine assists for the Warriors, who will host Game 7 on Monday.

Golden State 108, Oklahoma City 101, series tied 3-3

(N-H-L playoff hockey)

no games scheduled

(major league baseball)

KANSAS CITY, Mo. – The Kansas City Royals pulled off the greatest ninth-inning comeback in team history on Saturday, turning a 7-1 deficit into an 8-7 victory over the Chicago White Sox. Whit Merrifield hit a two-run single and Lorenzo Cain added an RBI grounder before the Royals added four runs with two out. Eric Hosmer and Drew Butera kept the rally alive with RBI doubles that tied the game, and the Royals re-loaded the bases to set up Brett Eibner’s game-winning single.

Texas 5, Pittsburgh 2

Toronto 10, Boston 9
Kansas City 8, Chicago White Sox 7
Oakland 12, Detroit 3
Cleveland 11, Baltimore 4
Tampa Bay 9, N.Y. Yankees 5
Houston 4, L.A. Angels 2
Minnesota 6, Seattle 5

Chicago Cubs 4, Philadelphia 1
Atlanta 7, Miami 2
Cincinnati 7, Milwaukee 6
San Francisco 10, Colorado 5
L.A. Dodgers 9, N.Y. Mets 1
St. Louis 9, Washington 4
Arizona 8, San Diego 7

(American Association baseball)

Sioux City Explorers 2, Sioux Falls Canaries 1

(Indoor Football League)

Wichita Force 44, Sioux City Bandits 30




(auto racing)

INDIANAPOLIS – Alexander Rossi has won the Indianapolis 500 by stretching his fuel to the finish before running out of gas after taking the checkered flag. Race leader Carlos Munoz (MOON’-yohz) was forced to pit with four laps to go for fuel, opening the door for Rossi. Munoz finished second, followed by Josef Newgarden, Tony Kanaan (kuh-NAHN) and Charlie Kimball.

CHARLOTTE, N.C. – Martin Truex Jr. won the Coca-Cola 600 at Charlotte Motor Speedway, the longest race of the Sprint Cup season. Truex set NASCAR records by leading for 392 laps and 588 miles before finishing more than 2  1/2 seconds ahead of Kevin Harvick. Jimmie Johnson was third, followed by Denny Hamlin and Brad Keselowski.

(American Association baseball)

Sioux City Explorers 8, Sioux Falls Canaries 5

(major league baseball)

Texas 6, Pittsburgh 2

Boston 5, Toronto 3, 11 innings
Baltimore 6, Cleveland 4
N.Y. Yankees 2, Tampa Bay 1
Kansas City 5, Chicago White Sox 4
Houston 8, L.A. Angels 6, 13 innings
Oakland 4, Detroit 2
Minnesota 5, Seattle 4

Washington 10, St. Louis 2
Milwaukee 5, Cincinnati 4
Chicago Cubs 7, Philadelphia 2
Arizona 6, San Diego 3
San Francisco 8, Colorado 3
Miami 7, Atlanta 3
L.A. Dodgers 4, N.Y. Mets 2