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KLEM Local Schedule (week of May 30)



(high school baseball)

Sioux City West 3, Le Mars (1-4) 2

LE MARS — Jesse Elgert’s two-run single in the sixth inning erased a 2-1 deficit and sent Sioux City West to a 3-2 win at Le Mars Monday night in a Memorial Day non-conference baseball match at the Bulldog Complex.  Keaton Candor gave Le Mars the 2-1 lead with a second inning two-run single.  Candor led a six-hit attack with two hits.  The Bulldogs pitched by committee Monday night, using four different players to work the seven innings.  Gabe Eckstaine started, Trent Hilbrands, and Ote Albrecht worked the middle innings and Keaton Candor pitched the final two innings, taking the loss.  Le Mars falls to 1-and-4 for the season while West improves to 2-and-4.

(Little League at the John Britton Complex)

(make-up games from Monday, May 23)

Hawks 11, Foxes 5
Hawks vs. Falcons, suspended by lightning

Rockets 16, Broncos 7
Chargers 15, Panthers 14
Eagles vs. Warriors, suspended by lightning
Spartans vs. Lions, suspended by lightning

no results available

(N-B-A playoff basketball)

OAKLAND, Calif. – The Golden State Warriors are in the NBA Finals for the second straight year after becoming the 10th team to win a series after trailing 3-1. Stephen Curry hit seven 3-pointers and scored 36 points as the Warriors downed Oklahoma City 96-88 to capture the Western Conference finals. Klay Thompson had 21 points for the Warriors, who trailed by six before outscoring the Thunder by 17 in the third quarter.

Western Conference Finals
Golden State 96, Oklahoma City 88, Golden State wins series 4-3

(N-H-L Stanley Cup Finals)

PITTSBURGH – Nick Bonino scored with 2:33 remaining to give the Pittsburgh Penguins a 3-2 victory over San Jose in Game 1 of the Stanley Cup finals. Rookies Bryan Rust and Connor Sheary scored 62 seconds apart in the first period to put the Pens up 2-0, but the Sharks tied it on goals by Tomas Hertl and Patrick Marleau in the second period. Martin Jones kept the Sharks in the game by making 17 of his 38 saves in the final period.

Pittsburgh 3, San Jose 2, Pittsburgh leads series 1-0

(American Association baseball)

Sioux City Explorers 8, Fargo-Morehead Red Hawks 7

(major league baseball)

N-Y Mets 1, Chi White Sox 0
Houston 8, Arizona 3
Seattle 9, San Diego 3

Boston 7, Baltimore 2
Oakland 3, Minnesota 2
Texas 9, Cleveland 2
Toronto 4, N.Y. Yankees 2
Kansas City 6, Tampa Bay 2
L.A. Angels 5, Detroit 1

Atlanta 5, San Francisco 3
St. Louis 6, Milwaukee 0
Cincinnati 11, Colorado 8
Chicago Cubs 2, L.A. Dodgers 0
Washington 4, Philadelphia 3
Pittsburgh 10, Miami 0






Le Mars (13-0) defeated Glenwood 5-1Singles results: Dylan Harms won 6-0, 6-1  ..  Kyle Marek won 6-3, 6-4  ..  Thomas Havey won 6-4, 4-6, 6-3  ..  Austin Rieken won 7-5, 7-6 (7-5)  ..  Jake Thompson won 6-1, 6-1  ..  Alex Mahan lost  ??, 3-6.  No Doubles were played.

Dubuque Wahlert defeated Grinnell 5-0.

CHAMPIONSHIP Dubuque Wahlert (14-4) defeated Le Mars (13-1) 5-1. Singles results: Dylan Harms lost 3-6, 6-7 (5-7)  ..  Kyle Marek lost 2-6, 1-6  ..  Thomas Havey won 6-0, 6-3  ..  Austin Rieken lost 3-6, 6-4, 4-6  ..  Jake Thompson lost 6-7 (1-7), 2-6  ..  Alex Mahan lost 2-6, 5-7.  No Doubles matches were played.

DES MOINES — Le Mars senior Dylan Harms has been selected by the Des Moines Register to be one of four tennis players in Iowa to receive the All-Iowa Sports Award at a banquet to be held on June 18th at the Iowa Events Center in Des Moines.  Denver Bronco’s retired quarterback Peyton Manning will be the featured speaker that night.


(1A at Jester) TEAMS STANDINGS: 1. New London (337)  ..  2. Akron-Westfield (364)  ..  3. West Monona (370)  ..  4. River Valley (374).  INDIVIDUAL PLAY: 1. Samantha Knight of West Monona (73)  ..  3. Hannah Butler of Okoboji (82)  ..  4. Ann Hedlund of Akron-Westfield (82)  ..  5. Bailey Davis of Akron-Westfield (88)  ..  7. Sally Gallagher of Woodbury Central (87)  ..  9. Brooke Koele of Akron-Westfield (93)  ..  Hannah Sieperda of Central Lyon (96) and Maddie Shook of Westwood (97).

(2A at Jester) TEAM STANDINGS: 1. Alta-Aurelia (342)  ..  2. Unity Christian (358)  ..  T5. Emmetsburg (371).  INDIVIDUAL PLAY:  T1. Erin Lockin of Alta-Aurelia (80)  .. 3. Hannah Butler of Okoboji (82)  ..  27. Kenzi Vlotho of Rock Valley (95).

1. Atlantic (359)  ..  8. M-O-C/Floyd Valley (399).

(4A at Ames) TEAM STANDINGS:  1. Washington (351)  ..  8. Spencer (420).

(5A at Panora) TEAM LEADER: 1. Cedar Falls (322).  INDIVIDUAL PLAY: 1. Hannah Bermel of Cedar Fallls (73)  ..  T8. Hannah Rens of Sioux City East (80).

(high school softball)

Sergeant Bluff-Luton 7, Le Mars (2-5) 5

LE MARS — Sergant Bluff-Luton scored four runs in the sixth inning Tuesday night to rally past Le Mars for a 7-5 victory at the Bulldog Complex.  The first two runs of the inning scored on a Le Mars error to put the Warriors in front 5-4.  Morgan Skinner’s double made it 6-4 and Madelyn Mogensen capped the inning with a RBI single.  Le Mars tallied once in the bottom of the seventh on Crystal Eppling’s two-out single but the game ended when the next batter grounded back to the pitcher, stranding a pair of runners on base.  Le Mars falls to 2-and-5 for the season.

(high school baseball)

Le Mars (2-4) 8, Boyden-Hull/Rock Valley 6

West Sioux 3, Gehlen Catholic (2-1/1-1) 1

ROCK VALLEY — Le Mars plated single runs in the sixth and seventh inning to pull out a much needed road win, 8-6 over Boyden-Hull/Rock Valley Tuesday night in a non-conference high school baseball game at Rock Valley.  The Bulldogs had a solid night at the plate, collecting 15 hits.  Logan Boylan led the way with three hits and a RBI while Keaton Candor, Gabe Eckstaine, Kyle Kliever and Collin Nemmers had two hits each for Le Mars.  Candor had a pair of doubles and drove in three runs.  Parker Magnussen earned the win on the mound with 2 2/3 innings of shutout relief.  Le Mars improves to 2-and-4 for the season.

HAWARDEN — All-State pitcher Porter Hummel limited Gehlen Catholic to three hits as West Sioux turned back the Jays 3-1 in a War Eagle Conference baseball match-up in Hawarden Tuesday night.  Adam Buddin gave up two runs in the first inning and then limited the Falcons to a sixth inning run after that.  Isaac Herbst worked the final inning on the mound for the Jays.  Cole Wiltgen trimmed the Falcons lead to 2-1 with a third inning single.  Wiltgen accounted for two of the Jays three hits.  The loss drops Gehlen to 2-and-1 for the season and 1-and-1 in league play.

(Little League at the John Britton Complex)

Reds 9, Mariners 6
Rays 12, D’Backs 2
Royals 8, Giants 7

Angels 8, White Sox 7
Dodgers 12, Pirates 7
Rockies 9, Yankees 6
A’s 7, Phils 0
Cubs 5, Mets 4

Hawks 14, Foxes 13

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

(American Association baseball)

Fargo-Morehead Red Hawks 11, Sioux City Explorers 8

(major league baseball)

Houston 8, Arizona 5
Seattle 16, San Diego 4
Chicago White Sox 6, N.Y. Mets 4

Texas 7, Cleveland 3
Boston 6, Baltimore 2
Toronto 4, N.Y. Yankees 1
Kansas City 10, Tampa Bay 5
L.A. Angels 11, Detroit 9
Oakland 7, Minnesota 4

Washington 5, Philadelphia 1
Miami 3, Pittsburgh 1
San Francisco 4, Atlanta 0
L.A. Dodgers 5, Chicago Cubs 0
St. Louis 10, Milwaukee 3
Colorado 17, Cincinnati 4





(1A) TEAM STANDINGS: 1. New London (666)  ..  2. Akron-Westfield (740) ..  3. West Monona (746)  ..  4. River Valley (759).  INDIVIDUAL MEDAL PLAY: 1. Samantha Knight (West Monona) 146  ..  2. Emma Pry (New London) (151).  Siouxland golfers: T5. Sally Gallagher (Woodbury Central) & Ann Hedlund (Akron-Westfield) 170  ..   T8. Bailey Davis (Akron-Westfield) & Allyson Rose (West Monona) 177  ..  T11. Alycen Knaack (River Valley) 181  ..  T20. Brooke Koele (Akron-Westfield) & Maddie Shook (Westwood) 189  ..  T22. Hannah Sieperda (Central Lyon) & Jenna Knaack (River Valley) 190.  Other A-W scores:  Lexi Koele (218)  ..  Danika Smith (224)  ..  and Kaberly Coyle (227).

(2A) TEAM STANDINGS:  1. Alta-Aurelia (674)  ..  2. Treynor (703)  ..  3. Unity Christian (708)  ..   6. Emmetsburg (749).  INDIVIDUAL MEDAL PLAY: 1. Aly Anderson (Treynor) 157  ..  2. Annika Patton (Alta-Aurelia) 160  ..  3. Lexi Patton (Alta-Aurelia) 161  ..   4. Chanda Zomermaand (Unity Christian) 162.  Siouxland golfers: T6.Hannah Butler (Okoboji) & Erin Lockin (Alta-Aurelia) 167  ..   8. Allison Freeman (Emmetsburg) 171  ..  9. Alyssa Fedders (Unity Christian) 172  ..  T24. Kate Fessley (Unity Christian) 184  ..  T25. Kenzi Vlotho (Rock Valley) 185.

(3A) TEAM STANDINGS: 1. Atlantic (696)  ..  2. Clear Lake  (736)  ..  7. M-O-C/Floyd Valley (781).  MEDALIST: Emily Snelling (Clear Lake) 140  ..  T24. Alexa Arends (M-O-C/Floyd Valley) 189.

(4A) TEAM STANDINGS: 1. Washington (715)  ..  2. Fairfield (732)  ..   8.Spencer (845).  MEDALIST: Sarah Nicose (Washington) 154.

(5A) TEAM STANDINGS: 1. Cedar Falls (674).  INDIVIDUAL MEDAL PLAY: 1. Tenley Moretti (Ankeny Centennial) 146  ..  2. Hannah Bermel (Cedar Falls) 148  ..  T21. Hannah Rens (Sioux City East) 175.

(high schhol softball)

Gehlen Catholic (3-3) 12, Trinity Christian 0, three innings

Le Mars (3-5/1-0) 8, Emmetsburg 3

GRANVILLE — Meghan Heying fired a three-hit shutout with no walks and five strikeouts to pitch Gehlen Catholic to a 12-0, three-inning non-conference softball victory over Trinity Christian Wednesday night in Granville.  The Lady Jays scored eight runs in the first inning to gain control early.  The game ended with one out in the bottom of the third on the ‘Mercy Rule’.  Gehlen only had five hits in the game and no one had more than one.  Meghan Heying and Anna Britt had two RBI’s each.  The Lady Jays improve to 3-and-3 for the season.

EMMETSBURG — Le Mars opened Lakes Conference softball play with an 8-3 win at Emmetsburg Wednesday night.  The Lady Bulldogs took charge with a five-run third inning to erase a 3-2 deficit.  Le Mars took advantage of two errors, two walks and three wild pitches in the third.  Jenn Sc`hneider’s two-run single capped the big inning.  Schneider then turned in probably the defensive play of game in the bottom of the third.  The Lady E-Hawks loaded the bases with no outs when Jenna Chapman hit a fly ball to Schneider in left field.  Schneider made a perfect one-hop throw to the plate after making the catch to cut down a runner trying to score on a tag-up.  The momentum clearly swung Le Mars way after that.  Brook Berkenpas relieved starter Kalin Harydyk in the third and earned the win with five innings of hitless, shutout softball, walking three and striking out three.  Le Mars improves to 3-and-5 for the season and 1-and-0 in league play.

(high school baseball)

Gehlen Catholic (3-1) 12, Trinity Christian 2, six innings

Emmetsburg 3, Le Mars (2-5/0-1) 1

GRANVILLE — Gehlen Catholic unleashed a 14-hit attack and pummeled Trinity Christian 12-2 in six innings Wednesday night in a non-conference baseball match-up at Granville.  The Jays scored four runs in the first, the fourth and the sixth inning to win the game of the ‘Ten-Run Rule’.  Cole Wiltgen and Roman Freking had three hits each for Gehlen with Chandler Willett and Evan Buddin adding two hits each.  Willett had a double and triple and two RBI’s while Freking had a pair of doubles and two RBI’s.  Cooper Davis limited the Tigers to three hits while striking out eight.  Gehlen improves to 3-and-1 for the season.

EMMETSBURG — A night after collecting a season-best 15 hits, the Le Mars Bulldogs were checked to one hit by Emmetsburg’s Dillon VanOosbree as the E-Hawks won a 3-1 decision in the Lakes Conference opener for both schools Wednesday night at Emmetsburg.  Van Oosbree lost his no-hit bid when Trent Hilbrands singled with one out in the seventh inning.  He finished with two walks and ten strike outs and also helped his own cause with a two-run single in the fourth to break a 1-1 tie.  Ote Albrecht and Logan Lancaster combined on a five-hitter for Le Mars with 11 strike outs.  Le Mars falls to 2-and-5 for the season and 0-and-1 in league play.

(Little League at the John Britton Complex)

Foxes 8, Falcons 5
Hawks 11, Falcons 10

Broncos 13, Chargers 7
Rockets 16, Panthers 13
Eagles 10, Lions 6
Spartans 5, Warriors 0

Stars 7, Comets 7, tie
Heat 2, Sparks 0
Sting 8, Rockers 7
Storm 6, Liberty 2

(N-H-L Stanley Cup Finals)

PITTSBURGH – The Pittsburgh Penguins are taking a 2-0 lead in the Stanley Cup finals to San Jose after blanking the Sharks 2-1 in overtime last night.  Conor Sheary’s goal at 2:35 of OT won it. The series resumes Saturday night in San Jose for Game 3.

Pittsburgh 2, San Jose 1, OT,  Pittsburgh leads series 2-0

(American Association baseball)

Fargo-Morehead Red Hawks 6, Sioux City Explorers 0

(major league baseball)

Chicago White Sox 2, N.Y. Mets 1, 13 innings
Houston 5, Arizona 4, 11 innings
San Diego 14, Seattle 6

Oakland 5, Minnesota 1
Cleveland 5, Texas 4, 11 innings
Baltimore 13, Boston 9
Detroit 3, L.A. Angels 0
Toronto 7, N.Y. Yankees 0
Kansas City 6, Tampa Bay 3

Milwaukee 3, St. Louis 1
Washington 7, Philadelphia 2
Atlanta 5, San Francisco 4, 11 innings
Miami 3, Pittsburgh 2
Chicago Cubs 2, L.A. Dodgers 1
Cincinnati 7, Colorado 2






Le Mars’ Danielle Martin lost her first round match 4-6 , 7-5 , 0-6.  In the consolation bracket, Martin won 6-4, 6-4 and then was eliminated with a 1-6, 0-6 loss.

Le Mars’ Elizabeth Ihrke lost her first round match 4-6, 4-6 and then was eliminated with a 2-6, 4-6 loss in her first consolation match.

(high school softball)

Gehlen Catholic (4-3/1-1) 4, Hinton 1, ten innings

Estherville/Lincoln Central 9, Le Mars (3-6/1-1) 7

HINTON — Gehlen Catholic broke a 1-all tie with three runs in the top of the 10th inning Thursday night and defeated Hinton 4-1 in a War Eagle Conference softball match-up in Hinton.  Meghan Heying went the distance for the Lady Jays to earn the win.  Sydney Livermore had two hits to lead Gehlen Catholic while Tessa DeRocher had two hits to pace the Hinton attack.  Gehlen improves to 4-and-3 for the season and 1-and-1 in league play.  Hinton falls to 2-and-4 for the season.

LE MARS — Estherville/Lincoln Central rallied back from a 7-1 deficit to clip Le Mars 9-7 in Lakes Conference softball play at the Bulldog Complex Thursday night.  The Midgets started the comeback with four runs in the fifth to whittle the deficit to 7-5 and tied it in the sixth with a pair of runs.  Gabby Heckard singled home the go-ahead run in the seventh and Morgan White’s sacrifice fly padded the lead.  Le Mars had runners at second and third in the bottom of the seventh when the game ended.  Heckard and White had two RBI’s each for E-L-C while Jenn Schneider drove in a pair of runs for Le Mars.  The Lady Bulldogs were limited to six hits.  Le Mars falls to 3-and-6 for the season and 1-and-1 in league play.

(high school baseball)

Hinton 13, Gehlen Catholic (3-2/1-2) 3, six innings

Estherville/Lincoln Central 8, Le Mars (2-6/0-2) 6

HINTON — The No. 2-rated (2A) Hinton Blackhawks unleashed an 11-hit attack and took advantage of seven Gehlen errors to beat the Jays 13-3 in six innings Thursday night in War Eagle Conference baseball action at Hinton.  Terrill Henrich and Blake Vande Hoef combined on a four-hitter with seven strike outs.  Hinton erased a 3-1 deficit with four runs in the second inning and then put the game away with a five-run fifth.  Truman Schmitt had a pair of two-run hits to pace the Blackhawks offensively and Skyler Beller drove in two runs and scored three times while adding two hits.  All three Gehlen runs came in the second inning thanks to two bases-loaded walks and a RBI single by Gerardo Beltran.  Hinton improves to 4-and-1 and 2-and-0 in the War Eagle Conference while Gehlen falls to 3-and-2 and 1-and-2 in league play.

LE MARS — Hunter King snapped a 6-all tie with a sixth inning single and added another RBI single in the seventh to lead Estherville/Lincoln Central to an 8-6 Lakes Conference win at Le Mars Thursday night.  That kept the Midgets unbeaten at 6-and-0 while Le Mars falls to 0-and-2 in the league and 2-and-6 for the season.  Collin Nemmers had four hits for the Bulldogs and Keaton Candor and Gabe Eckstaine had two hits each.  Eckstaine took the loss on the mound.

(Little League at the John Britton Complex)

Giants 15, Mariners 11
Rays 9, Reds 2
Royals 9, D’Backs 4

White Sox 16, Dodgers 1
A’s 8, Mets 0
Rockies 11, Pirates 4
Yankees 13, Angels 7
Phils 6, Cubs 5

Falcons 12, Hawks 11, completion of Monday’s suspended game

Warriors 9, Eagles 7, completion of Monday’s suspended game

Indians 14, Rangers 8
Astros 6, Twins 5
Nationals 0, Padres 0, tie
Braves 0, Blue Jays 0, tie
Red Sox 8, Cards 7

(N-B-A Finals)

OAKLAND, Calif. – Shaun Livingston scored 20 points off the bench and the Golden State Warriors took Game 1 of the NBA Finals by downing Cleveland 104-89. Draymond Green finished with 16 points, 11 rebounds and seven assists to help the Warriors overcome poor shooting performances by Stephen Curry and Klay Thompson. Curry scored just 11 points on 4 of 15 from the field, while Thompson missed eight of his 12 shots in adding nine points

Golden State 104, Cleveland 89, Golden State leads series 1-0

NEW YORK – The New York Knicks have hired Jeff Hornacek as head coach after going 32-50 and missing the playoffs for the third straight year. Hornacek went 101-112 in 2 1/2 seasons as the Suns’ head coach, winning 48 games in 2013-14 and going 14-35 this season before he was fired. Hornacek is the fourth Knicks coach since Phil Jackson joined the organization as president of basketball operations in March 2014.

(major league baseball)

Arizona 3, Houston 0
Seattle 16, San Diego 13

Baltimore 12, Boston 7
Cleveland 5, Kansas City 4
N.Y. Yankees 5, Detroit 4
Minnesota 6, Tampa Bay 4

San Francisco 6, Atlanta 0
Chicago Cubs 7, L.A. Dodgers 2
Milwaukee 4, Philadelphia 1
Miami 4, Pittsburgh 3, 12 innings
Cincinnati 11, Colorado 4




(high school softball)

Gehlen Catholic vs. West Sioux at Ireton – POSTPONED

Sioux City West Earlybird Tournament
Westwood 12, Le Mars (3-7) 2, six innings
Le Mars vs. Sioux City West – CANCELLED

SIOUX CITY — Le Mars was limited to three singles and two first inning runs as Westwood overwhelmed the Lady Bulldogs 12-2 in a game shortened to six innings by the ‘Ten-Run Rule’ Friday morning at the Sioux City West Earlybird Tournament.  Christina Konz, Grace Milbrodt and Crystal Eppling had the Le Mars’ hits.

The second game was halted by rain in the fourth inning with Le Mars leading Sioux City West 11-0.  The game was not far enough along to become an official game and late Friday afternoon was determined to be simply a cancelled game.

(high school baseball)

Spirit Lake at Le Mars (2-6/0-2) – POSTPONED

(American Association baseball)

Sioux City Explorers 10, Kansas City T-Bones 3

(major league baseball)

L.A. Angels 9, Pittsburgh 2

Baltimore 6, N.Y. Yankees 5
Detroit 10, Chicago White Sox 3
Cleveland 6, Kansas City 1
Toronto 5, Boston 2
Texas 7, Seattle 3
Houston 12, Oakland 2
Tampa Bay 4, Minnesota 2

Chicago Cubs 6, Arizona 0
Philadelphia 6, Milwaukee 3
Cincinnati 7, Washington 2
N.Y. Mets 6, Miami 2
San Francisco 5, St. Louis 1
L.A. Dodgers 4, Atlanta 2
San Diego 4, Colorado 0




(high school softball)

Sioux City West Earlybird Tournament
Le Mars (4-7) 7, Lawton-Bronson 5
Sioux City East 11, Le Mars (4-8) 10, six innings

  SIOUX CITY — Le Mars closed out play in the Sioux City West Earlybird Tournament Saturday, splitting a pair of decisions.  In the first game, Le Mars held off a seventh inning rally to beat Lawton-Bronson 7-5.  The Eagles scored three times in the seventh before Brook Berkenpas closed out a compete game victory.  Le Mars built a 7-1 lead in the first four innings, getting a pair of RBI’s from Crystal Eppling, a home run from Jenn Schneider and taking advantage of three errors.  Schneider finished with a double and homer to lead a seven-hit attack.

In Game 2, Sioux City East struck for five runs in their last at-bat to rally past Le Mars 11-10 in six innings.  The game ended early due to the time limitations.  Again the Lady Bulldogs built a big early lead, 8-0 after two innings.  A six-run second inning that saw Le Mars send eleven batters to the plate and collect five of their eleven hits.  East helped out with three errors.  Christiana Konz had the big, a two-run single.  Konz and Crystal Eppling had three hits each and Eppling also had a pair of RBI’s.  East scored eight runs over the final two innings with the winning run scoring on an error.  Brook Berkenpas took the loss in relief of starter Kali Berkenpas.  Le Mars is now 4-and-8 for the season heading into Monday’s Lakes Conference game at Spencer.

CYO Tournament at Carroll
Remsen St. Mary’s 6, Gehlen Catholic (4-4) 5
Gehlen Catholic (5-4) 6, Kuemper Catholic 4
(5th place/6th place game) Gehlen Catholic (6-4) 10, Storm Lake Lake St. Mary’s 4

CARROLL — Gehlen Catholic went 2-and-1 for the day and finished fifth at the C-Y-O Softball Tournament Saturday in Carroll.  Remsen St. Mary’s scored four runs in the bottom of the seventh inning to stun Gehlen 6-5 in the opening game of the day.  Paige Willman and Haley Delperdag had two RBI’s each for the Lady Hawks.  Jolee Linden drove in two runs for Gehlen on three hits and Jill Kessenich belted a solo homer.  In Game 2, Gehlen rolled to a 6-1 lead with three runs in the second and three more in the fifth inning and went onto beat Kuemper Catholic 6-4.  Brooke Woerdehoff scattered nine hits to get the pitching win.  Jolee Linden again had three hits and Sydney Livermore drove in two runs.  In the fifth place game, Gehlen peppered the scoreboard with runs in every inning but the seventh to overpower Storm Lake St. Mary’s 10-4.  Carly Bunkers had three hits, including an RBI double to pace Gehlen’s offensive attack.  Sydney Livermore socked her first career homer and Katie Peters and Kennedy Heying drove in two runs each for the Lady Jays.  Meghan Heying turned in a solid complete game effort to get the pitching win as Gehlen Catholic improves to 6-and-4 for the season.

(high school baseball)

CYO Tournament at Carroll
Bishop Heelan 6, Gehlen Catholic (3-3) 2

CARROLL — Bishop Heelan scored four runs in the second inning and beat Gehlen Catholic 6-2 in the C-Y-O Tournament in Carroll Saturday.  Roman Freking had two of Gehlen’s five hits and drove in a run in the fourth inning with a double.  Justin Jungers drove in the Jays other run with a sixth inning hit.  Evan and Colin Buddin combined on an eight-hitter for Gehlen with the loss pinned on Evan.  The Jays fall to 3-and-3.

(major league baseball)

Pittsburgh 8, L.A. Angels 7

Boston 6, Toronto 4
Detroit 7, Chicago White Sox 4
Houston 6, Oakland 5, 12 innings
Tampa Bay 7, Minnesota 4
Cleveland 7, Kansas City 1
N.Y. Yankees 8, Baltimore 6
Texas 10, Seattle 4

Chicago Cubs 5, Arizona 3
Milwaukee 6, Philadelphia 3
N.Y. Mets 6, Miami 4
Cincinnati 6, Washington 3
St. Louis 7, San Francisco 4
L.A. Dodgers 4, Atlanta 0
San Diego 4, Colorado 3

(N-H-L Stanley Cup Finals)

SAN JOSE — Joonas Donskoi scored 12:18 into overtime after Joel Ward tied it midway through the third period and the Sharks bounced back from two straight road losses to beat Pittsburgh 3-2 in Game 3 on Saturday night.  San Jose’s win cut Pittsburgh’s lead in the Stanley Cup Finals to 2-1.

San Jose 3, Pittsburgh 2, OT, Pittsburgh leads series 2-1

(American Association baseball)

Sioux City Explorers 5, Kansas City T-Bones 2



(high school baseball)

CYO Tournament at Carroll

Gehlen Catholic (4-3) 16, Kuemper Catholic 10, six innings

CARROLL — Gehlen Catholic won a high-scoring C-Y-O baseball game against Kuemper Catholic Sunday, 16-10 in Carroll.  Gehlen erased a 10-7 deficit with six runs in the fifth and three more in the sixth.  The game ended after six innings on the time limit.  Colin Buddin got the win with four innings of solid relief.  He also drove in a couple of runs.  Cole Wiltgen led the Jays with three hits.  Gehlen improves to 4-and-3 for the season.

(N-B-A Finals)

OAKLAND, Calif. — Draymond Green poured in 28 points and had seven rebounds and five assists as the Golden State Warriors crushed the Cleveland Cavaliers 110-77 to take a 2-0 series lead. Green scored 18 points in the first half and helped the Warriors close the second quarter on a 30-9 run that put them ahead 52-44 by intermission.  Stephen Curry scored 18 points on 7 of 11 shooting, including a 4-for-8 mark from 3-point range. Klay Thompson also shot 4-for-8 from beyond the arc and finished with 17 points.  LeBron James had 19 points, nine assists and eight rebounds for the Cavaliers, who host Game 3 on Wednesday.

Golden State 110, Cleveland 77, Golden State leads series 2-0

(American Association baseball)

Kansas City T-Bones 12, Sioux City Explorers 8

(Indoor Football League)

Bloomington Edge 48, Sioux City Bandits 38

(major league baseball)

L.A. Angels 5, Pittsburgh 4

Cleveland 7, Kansas City 0
Detroit 5, Chicago White Sox 2
Baltimore 3, N.Y. Yankees 1
Toronto 5, Boston 4
Houston 5, Oakland 2
Tampa Bay 7, Minnesota 5
Texas 3, Seattle 2

Washington 10, Cincinnati 9
Miami 1, N.Y. Mets 0
Philadelphia 8, Milwaukee 1
Arizona 3, Chicago Cubs 2
L.A. Dodgers 12, Atlanta 6
St. Louis 6, San Francisco 3
Colorado at San Diego