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KLEM Local Schedule (week of May 15)

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MONDAY RESULTS – May 15

(golf)

(G) CLASS 1A REGIONAL MEET AT KINGSLEY  —  Storm Lake St. Mary’s (423) & Kingsley-Pierson (430) advance to the Regional finals next Monday.  Individuals advancing, Katie Lenhart (SLSM) (98), Jena Schmid (K-P) (101), Lexi VanderWoude (SLSM) (102), Shayna Schelm (Westwood) (102) and Hailey Hartman (SLSM) (103).

K-P scores:  Jena Schmid (101), Rachel Stewart (106), Bradi Bohlke (110), Abbie Kraft (113).  Gehlen Catholic scores: (4th place)  Claire Zubrod (108), Krista Lipp (108), Kaleigh Ripley (119), Katelyn Willett (123), Aubre Nilles (124) and Harley Foreman (142).  Remsen St. Mary’s scores:  (5th place)  Catherine Russell (103), Haley Delperdang (111), Kelsey Behrens (117), Mallory Behrens (129) and Megan Wurth (132).

(G) CLASS 1A REGIONAL MEET AT HULL  —   Akron-Westfield (360) & George-Little Rock (423) advance to Regional finals next Monday.  Individuals advancing, Ann Hedlund (A-W) (83), Bailey Davis (A-W) (87), Brooke Koele (A-W) (90), Maddy Borden (Hartley-Melvin-Sanborn) (92) and Abby VanderLaan (G-L-R) (97).

(G) CLASS 1A REGIONAL MEET AT FORT DODGE  —  River Valley (380) & Newell-Fonda (407) advance to the Regional finals next Monday.  Individuals advancing, Jasmine Turner (Audubon) (89), Alecyn Knaack (Riv. Valley) (90), Makenna Thomas (Riv. Valley) (91), Isabella Capesius (Garrigan) (94) and Riley Mayer (St. Edmond) (95).

(G) CLASS 2A REGIONAL MEET AT ORANGE CITY   —  West Lyon (398) & Unity Christian (406) advance to the Regional finals next Monday.  Individuals advancing, Kate Fessler (UC) (88), Hannah Butler (Okoboji) (89), Mia Hoogeveen (WL) (90), Justine Malenke (UC) (95) and Rebekah Ripperda (WL) (97).  Hinton finished 5th.

(G) CLASS 2A REGIONAL MEET AT MAPLETON   —  Alta-Aurelia (385) & Maple Valley/Anthon-Oto (423) advance to the Regional finals next Monday.  Individuals advancing, Annika Patten (A-A) (78), Erin Lockin (A-A) (81), Madison Lease (Mo.Valley) (91), Sally Gallagher (Woodbury Central) (93) and Haley Halbur (MVAO) (95).  Woodbury Central finished third and MMCRU finished sixth.

(G) CLASS 3A REGIONAL MEET AT SIOUX CENTER  —  Spirit Lake (365) & M-O-C/Floyd Valley (374) advance to the Regional finals next Monday.  Individuals advancing, Marta Povar (Sp.L) (83), Jaden Zenor (MOC/FV) (87), Marisa Weeks (Sp.L) (88), Abby Dulin (Sp.L) (91) and Emma DeJong (MOC/FV) (95).

(tennis)

(B) Lakes Conference meet Spirit Lake (make-up) – cancelled

(little league)

JUNIOR BOYS
Royals 9, Rays 3
Mariners 7, Orioles 6

JUNIOR GIRLS
Hawks 7, Raiders 6
Falcons 9, Foxes 8

MAJOR GIRLS
Panthers 8, Broncos 4
Lions 14, Warriors 6
Rockets 11, Chargers 4
Spartans 7, Eagles 1

MINOR GIRLS
Comets 17, Liberty 4
Rockers 3, Heat 2
Sparks 3, Sting 2
Storm 3, Stars 0

 

 

TUESDAY RESULTS – May 16

(little league)

MINOR BOYS
Red Sox 0, Twins 0, tie
Nationals 0, Cards 0, tie
Rangers 0, Blue Jays 0, tie
Astros 0, Indians 0, tie
Tigers vs. Marlins – ppd. to Thursday
Padres vs. Braves – ppd. to Thursday

JUNIOR BOYS
Royals 3, Mariners 2
Reds 8, Giants 6

MAJOR BOYS
Phils 4, White Sox 2
Rockies 7, Dodgers 3
Cubs 2, Yankees 1
A’s 7, Pirates 4
Angels 3, Mets 1

(N-B-A playoffs)

Golden State 136, San Antonio 100  (Golden State leads series 2-0)

OAKLAND, Calif. – The Golden State Warriors are heading to San Antonio with a two-games-to-none lead in the NBA’s Western Conference finals following a 136-100 dismantling of the Spurs. Stephen Curry sat out the final period after providing 29 points, seven assists and seven rebounds. Kevin Durant finished with 16 points and rookie Patrick McCaw had 18 points and five assists off the bench.

NEW YORK – The Boston Celtics have won the NBA draft lottery and will have the No. 1 pick next month. The Celtics actually got the pick from the Nets following a 2013 trade that sent Paul Pierce and Kevin Garnett to Brooklyn. The Los Angeles Lakers have the second selection, followed by the Philadelphia 76ers, Phoenix Suns and Sacramento Kings.

(N-H-L hockey)

Nashville 2, Anaheim 1  (Nashville leads series 2-1)

NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Roman Josi scored a power-play goal with 2:43 remaining to send the Nashville Predators a 2-1 win over the Anaheim Ducks. Filip Forsberg tied it early in the third period before Josi gave the Predators a two-games-to-one lead in the NHL’s Western Conference finals. Corey Perry scored the opening goal and John Gibson handled 38 shots for the Ducks.

(major league baseball)

INTERLEAGUE
Atlanta 9, Toronto 5
Houston 12, Miami 2
Texas 5, Philadelphia 1
Colorado 7, Minnesota 3
Boston 6, St. Louis 3

AMERICAN LEAGUE
Tampa Bay 6, Cleveland 4
Baltimore 13, Detroit 11, 13 innings
N.Y. Yankees 7, Kansas City 1
L.A. Angels 7, Chicago White Sox 6, 11 innings
Oakland 9, Seattle 6

NATIONAL LEAGUE
Washington 8, Pittsburgh 4
Chicago Cubs 9, Cincinnati 5
Arizona 5, N.Y. Mets 4
Milwaukee 6, San Diego 2
San Francisco 2, L.A. Dodgers 1

 

 

WEDNESDAY RESULTS – May 17

(N-B-A playoffs)

Cleveland 117, Boston 104  (Cleveland leads series 1-0)

BOSTON – The Cleveland Cavaliers took Game 1 of the NBA’s Eastern Conference finals by building a 26-point lead in the first half of a 117-104 rout of the Celtics in Boston. LeBron James had 38 points, nine rebounds and seven assists as the Cavaliers improved to 9-0 in the postseason. Kevin Love shot 6-for-9 from 3-point range and finished with a playoff career-high 32 points and 12 boards.

(N-H-L playoffs)

Ottawa 5, Pittsburgh 1  (Ottawa leads series 2-1)

OTTAWA – The Ottawa Senators scored four times in the opening period to chase goaltender Marc-Andre Fleury in a 5-1 thumping of the visiting Penguins. Mike Hoffman opened the scoring 48 seconds into the game before Marc Methot, Derick Brassard and Zack Smith tallied in a 2:18 span of the first period. Craig Anderson’s 25 saves helped the Senators take a two-games-to-one lead in the NHL’s Eastern Conference finals.

(major league baseball)

INTERLEAGUE
Colorado at Minnesota, ppd.
Houston 3, Miami 0
Atlanta 8, Toronto 4
Texas 9, Philadelphia 3
Boston 5, St. Louis 4, 13 innings

AMERICAN LEAGUE
Tampa Bay 7, Cleveland 4
Detroit 5, Baltimore 4
N.Y. Yankees 11, Kansas City 7
L.A. Angels 12, Chicago White Sox 8
Seattle 4, Oakland 0

NATIONAL LEAGUE
Arizona 5, N.Y. Mets 4, 11 innings
L.A. Dodgers 6, San Francisco 1
Pittsburgh 6, Washington 1
Chicago Cubs 7, Cincinnati 5
Milwaukee 3, San Diego 1

STORM LAKE  —  Buena Vista University senior, Kendall Candor, was named to the All-Iowa Conference baseball team for the second time in his college career.  Candor is a former Le Mars high school all-state catcher.

 

 

THURSDAY RESULTS – May 18

(tennis)

(G) 1A SINGLES & DOUBLES REGIONAL TOURNAMENT AT SPENCER                      SINGLES:  Elizabeth Ihrke of Le Mars lost 1-6, 2-6 to Jacquilline Ingram of Denison-Schleswig in the finals.  Both advance to the 1A State Singles Tournament June 1 & 2 in Iowa City.  Le Mars’ Mary Meis won her first & second round matches but lost in the semifinals and then again in the third place match.  DOUBLES:  Jessica Eisma and Emily Van Otterloo won their first round match but lost in the second round.  Maddie Mahan and Megan Friedenbach won their first round match but lost in the second round.

(track)

(G/B) STATE MEET AT DRAKE STADIUM IN DES MOINES

GEHLEN CATHOLIC GIRLS (1A)
Shuttle Hurdle Relay prelims – q (1:10.63) (Kayla Mayer-Kate Hill-Katelyn Langel-Sydney Livermore)
200-Meter Dash prelims – dnq (:27.00) Brooke Harpenau
1A Shot Put – 24th-(30′ 8 1/2″) Stephanie Heuertz

GEHLEN CATHOLIC BOYS (1A) (1 pt.)
4X800 Relay finals – 8th-(8:23.47) (Alec Langel-Jordan Von Arb-Blake Feng-Cooper Davis)
Shuttle Hurdle Relay prelims – dnq (1:04.05) (Brogan Thoms-Eli Ellensohn-Adam Schuch-Xavier Roberts)

LE MARS GIRLS (3A)
High Jump – 14th-(5’0″) Dakotah Owens .. 17th-(4’10”) Krista Zenk
3000-Meter Run finals – 21st-(11:19.31) Maddie Hurt
4X800 Relay finals – 11th-(9:58.66) (Kara Albrecht-Chloe Calhoun-Paige Washburn-Sydney Rand)

LE MARS BOYS (3A)
4X800 Relay finals – 15th-(8:25.19) (Andrew Waskow-J.T. Engebretson-Landen Parmelee-Alec Rieken)
High Jump – 20th-(5’10”) Dylan Rarrat-Kass
Discus – DQ-(3 fouls) Cody Franck
100-Meter Dash prelims – dnq (:11.27) Collin Nemmers

KINGSLEY-PIERSON/WOODBURY CENTRAL GIRLS (2A)
4X800 Relay finals – 12th-(9:57.98)(Suzanne Putze-Skylar Hannah-Riley Wright-KayLynne Buchen)
100-Meter Dash prelims – dnq (:13.01) Abby Peterson
200-Meter Dash prelims – dnq (:27.18) Bri Jensen

KINGSLEY-PIERSON/WOODBURY CENTRAL BOYS (2A) (18 pts.-2nd place)
4X800 Relay finals – 2nd-(8:03.90) (Anthony Baird-Payton Kuchel-Eric Hoffman-Alec Still)
Shot – 3rd-(60′ 11 1/4″) Nick Phelps
400-Meter Dash finals – 5th-(:50.62) Alec Still

AKRON-WESTFIELD GIRLS (1A) (6 pts. -13th place)
Shot Put – 6th-(39′ 1 1/4″) Callie Henrich
Long Jump – 6th-(15′ 10 1/4″) Kiana Appley
100-Meter Dash prelims – dnq (:13.06) Shaylee Siebens

AKRON-WESTFIELD BOYS (1A) (3 pts. -21st place)
Long Jump – 6th-(19′ 10 3/4″) Austin Allard
Shuttle Hurdle Relay prelims – q (1:01.01) (Aaron Allard-Leighton Blake-Austin Allard-Ty DeRocher)

REMSEN ST. MARY’S BOYS (1A)
200-Meter Dash prelims – dnq (:23.40) Carter Kuchel
100-Meter Dash prelims – dnq (:11.65) Carter Kuchel

MMCRU GIRLS (1A)
4X800 Relay finals – 19th-(10:33.63) (Asiah Jackosn-Aliyah Jackson-Faith Olson-Kaylee Colling)

(golf)

(B) CLASS 1A DISTRICT MEET AT FORT DODGE — (Boyden-Hull and North Union punched their tickets to the State meet next Friday and Saturday by finishing 1-2 in the final team standings.  Parker Oleson of North Union was medalist with a 76.  Derrick Schorg of Remsen St. Mary’s and Anthony Gallagher of Woodbury Central earned spots in the State meet individually.  Both finished with 79’s.

(B) CLASS 2A DISTRICT MEET AT ORANGE CITY — (Sheldon and Kuemper Catholic topped the field at Landsmeer Thursday to earn State Tournament spots.  Brandon Schwade of OA-BCIG won the medal with a 71.  Carter Broek of Western Christian earned a spot in the State meet with a 78.

(B) CLASS 3A DISTRICT MEET AT SPENCER — M-O-C/Floyd Valley advanced to the State meet in Ankeny next weekend, winning the District team championship with a 310, four shots better than runner-up Webster City.  Individually, Parker Magnussen of Le Mars failed to advance, shooting an 84 on rounds of 44-40.)

(little league)

JUNIOR BOYS
Reds 5, Orioles 4
Rays 4, Giants 1

MAJOR BOYS
Angels 5, A’s 3
Pirates 11, Yankees 6
White Sox 7, Mets 3
Cubs 5, Rockies 2
Phils 6, Dodgers 2

MINOR BOYS
Marlins 14, Tigers 4 (make-up)
Padres 0, Braves 0, tie (make-up)

(N-B-A playoffs)

no games scheduled

(N-H-L playoffs)

Anaheim 3, Nashville 2, OT  (series tied 2-2)

NASHVILLE, Tenn. – The Nashville Predators had won 10 straight home playoff games until Corey Perry scored 10:25 into overtime to give the Anaheim Ducks a 3-2 victory in Music City. Perry fired a shot that deflected off the stick of defenseman J.K. Subban and tied the NHL’s Western Conference finals at two games apiece. Rickard Rakell and Nick Ritchie staked the Ducks to a 2-0 lead, but Subban and Filip Forsberg tallied in the last 6:27 of regulation to extend the game.

(American Association baseball)

Sioux City Explorers 2, Sioux Falls Canaries 1

(major league baseball)

INTERLEAGUE
Colorado 5, Minnesota 1, 1st game
Minnesota 2, Colorado 0, 2nd game
Texas 8, Philadelphia 4
Toronto 9, Atlanta 0

AMERICAN LEAGUE
Detroit 6, Baltimore 5
Kansas City 5, N.Y. Yankees 1
Oakland 8, Boston 3
Seattle 5, Chicago White Sox 4

NATIONAL LEAGUE
Pittsburgh 10, Washington 4
Chicago Cubs 9, Cincinnati 5
Milwaukee 4, San Diego 2
L.A. Dodgers 7, Miami 2

 

 

FRIDAY RESULTS – May 19

(track)

(G/B) STATE MEET AT DRAKE STADIUM IN DES MOINES

LE MARS GIRLS (3A) (0 pts.)
Distance Medley Relay – 9th-(4:19.45) (Katie McAllister-Dakotah Owens-Sydney Rand-Chloe Calhoun)
4X200 Relay finals – 14th-(1:49.92) (Katie McAllister-Haylee Cooper-Halie Schwartz-Dakotah Owens)
4X400 Relay prelims – dnq (4:10.59) (Sydney Rand-Katie McAllister-Kara Albrecht-Chloe Calhoun)

LE MARS BOYS (3A) (0 pts.)
4X200 Relay finals – 10th-(1:32.78) (Andrew Waskow-J.T. Engebretson-Eric Grasz-Collin Nemmers)
400-Meter Hurdle finals – 21st-(:58.08) Ben Wadle
4X400 Relay prelims(3:26.12) (Andrew Waskow-J.T. Engebretson-Eric Grasz-Collin Nemmers)
110-Meter Hurdles prelims – dnq (:15.94) Kyle Kliever

GEHLEN CATHOLIC GIRLS (1A) (0 pts.)
4X200 Relay finals – 10th-(1:50.60) (Kate Hill-Abbie Dickman-Katelyn Langel-Brooke Harpenau)
4X400 Relay prelimsq (4:12.37) (Katelyn Langel-Abbie Dickman-Kate Hill-Sydney Livermore)
100-Meter Hurdles prelims – dnq (:16.83) Sydney Livermore

GEHLEN CATHOLIC BOYS (1A) (4 pts. – 30th)
400-Meter Hurdles finals6th-(:56.35) Xavier Roberts
4X400 Relay prelims – dnq (3:33.28) (Izaac Herbst-Jacob Nemmers-Alec Langel-Cooper Davis)

KINGSLEY-PIERSON/WOODBURY CENTRAL GIRLS (2A) (2 pts.)
Distance Medley Relay finals – 7th-(4:18.82) (Abby Peterson-Bri Jensen-Madison Goodwin-Suzanne Putze)
Discus – 14th-(109’8″) Regan Plendl
4X200 Relay finals – 18th-(1:50.91) (Abby Peterson-Madison Goodwin-Madison Wurth-Bri Jensen)
4X100 Relay prelims – dnq (:52.71) (Abby Peterson-Madison Goodwin-Madison Wurth-Bri Jensen)

KINGSLEY-PIERSON/WOODBURY CENTRAL BOYS (2A) (36 pts. – 1st)
Discus – 1st-(183’6″) Nick Phelps
Distance Medley Relay finals – 2nd-(3:33.40) (Ben Burbach-Coby Fischer-Payton Kuchel-Eric Hoffman)
4X400 Relay prelimsq (3:28.27) (Ben Burbach-Anthony Baird-Payton Kuchel-Alec Still)

AKRON-WESTFIELD GIRLS (1A) (8 pts. – T20th)
Discus – 7th-(118’0″) Callie Henrich
High Jump – 21st-(4’8″) Kailee Tucker
4X100 Relay prelims – DQ (Brynn Van Eldik-Kianna Appley-Jordan Neubrand-Shaylee Siebens)

AKRON-WESTFIELD BOYS (1A) (3 pts – 34th)
4X200 Relay finals – 11th-(1:33.48)(Cal Eskra-Leighton Blake-Aaron Allard-Austin Allard)
4X100 Relay prelims – dnq (:45.36) (Cal Eskra-Austin Allard-Aaron Allard-Leighton Blake)
110-Meter Hurdles prelims – dnq (:15.79) Ty DeRocher

MMCRU GIRLS (1A) (0 pts.)
400-Meter Hurdles finals – 17th-(1″11.48) Asiah Jackson
Discus – 21st-(102’4″) Peyton Turner

(N-B-A playoffs)

Cleveland 130, Boston 86  (Cleveland leads series 2-0)

BOSTON – The Cleveland Cavaliers set an NBA record by building a 41-point halftime lead in a 130-86 assault on the Celtics in Boston. LeBron James scored 22 of his 30 points before the Cavs took a 72-31 advantage into intermission. The Cavaliers have won 13 straight playoff games since last year’s finals and lead the Eastern Conference finals, 2-0.

(N-H-L playoffs)

Pittsburgh 3,  Ottawa 2  (series tied 2-2)

OTTAWA – The Pittsburgh Penguins have evened the NHL’s Eastern Conference finals at two games apiece by taking a 3-0 lead before holding off the Senators, 3-2 in Ottawa. Sidney Crosby had a goal and an assist to support Matt Murray, who stopped 24 shots in his first start of the playoffs. Olli Maata (OH’-lee MAH’-tah) and Brian Doumoulin (DOO’-muh-lihn) also scored for the Penguins.

(American Association baseball)

Sioux Falls Canaries 5, Sioux City Explorers 4

(major league baseball)

INTERLEAGUE
N.Y. Mets 3, L.A. Angels 0

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

NATIONAL LEAGUE
Milwaukee 6, Chicago Cubs 3
Philadelphia 7, Pittsburgh 2
Colorado 12, Cincinnati 6
Atlanta 7, Washington 4
San Francisco 6, St. Louis 5
Arizona 10, San Diego 1
L.A. Dodgers 7, Miami 2

 

 

SATURDAY RESULTS – May 20

(track)

(G/B) STATE MEET AT DRAKE STADIUM IN DES MOINES
Girls 1A Sprint Medley Relay finalsGehlen Catholic (Kate Hill-Abbie Dickman-Brooke Harpenau-Katelyn Langel)  —  19th 1:57.14
Boys 1A Sprint Medley Relay finalsGehlen Catholic (Jacob Nemmers-Xavier Roberts-Izaac Herbst-Cooper Davis)  —  22nd  1:40.08    (Gehlen boys finished with 4 pts.)
Girls 2A 800-Meter Run finalsSuzanne Putze (KP/WC)  – 8th  2:24.06 and Riley Wright (KP/WC) – 13th  2:26.11     (KP/WC girls finish with 3 pts. – 45th place)
Boys 2A 800-Meter Run finalsAlec Still (KP/WC) – 1st  1:56.53 and Eric Hoffman (KP/WC) – 4th  1:48.51   
Girls 1A Shuttle Hurdle Relay finalsGehlen Catholic (Kayla Mayer-Kate Hill-Katelyn Langel-Sydney Livermore) – 2nd  1:08.99    
Boys 1A Shuttle Hurdle Relay finalsAkron-Westfield (Aaron Allard-Leighton Blake-Austin Allard-Ty DeRocher) – 8th  1:01.28    (A-W boys finished with 4 pts. – 42nd place)
Girls 1A 4X400 Relay finals – Gehlen Catholic (Katelyn Langel-Abbie Dickman-Kate Hill-Sydney Livermore) – 8th  4:15.47      (Gehlen girls finish with 9 pts. – 30th place)
Boys 4X400 Relay finals – 2A – KP/WC (Ben Burbach-Anthony Baird-Payton Kuchel-Alec Still) – 7th  3:29.44   (KP/WC finished with 61 pts., tied for first with Madrid in the 2A Team race)    3A – Le Mars (Andrew Waskow-J.T. Engebretson-Eric Grasz-Collin Nemmers) – 6th  3:27.66         (Le Mars boys finished with 3 pts. – 36th place)

(tennis)

(B) CLASS 1A SUB-STATE AT FT. DODGE:  Le Mars (11-0) vs. Grundy Center and  Spencer vs. Boone.   (all matches postponed until Monday)

(horse racing)

BALTIMORE – Cloud Computing ran down Classic Empire in the final strides on Saturday to win the Preakness by a head.  The 13-1 long shot didn’t race in the Kentucky Derby two week ago.  The Derby winner, Always Dreaming, finished eighth on Saturday.

(N-B-A playoffs)

Golden State 120, San Antonio 109  (Golden State leads series 3-0)

(N-H-L playoffs)

Nashville 3, Anaheim 1  (Nashville leads series 3-2)

(Champions Indoor Football)

Sioux City Bandits 67, Bismark Bucks 49

(American Association baseball)

Sioux City Explorers at Sioux Falls Canaries – ppd.

(major league baseball)

INTERLEAGUE
N.Y. Mets 7, L.A. Angels 5

AMERICAN LEAGUE
Kansas City at Minnesota, ppd.
Oakland 8, Boston 3
Cleveland 3, Houston 0
Tampa Bay 9, N.Y. Yankees 5
Detroit 9 Texas 3
Baltimore 7, Toronto 5
Chicago White Sox 16, Seattle 1

NATIONAL LEAGUE
Milwaukee at Chicago Cubs, ppd.
Pittsburgh 6, Philadelphia 3
Cincinnati 12, Colorado 8
Atlanta 5, Washington 2
San Francisco 3, St. Louis 1
Arizona 9, San Diego 1
Miami 10, L.A. Dodgers 6

 

 

SUNDAY RESULTS – May 21

(N-B-A playoffs)

Boston 111, Cleveland 108  (Cleveland leads series 2-1)

CLEVELAND – The Cavaliers’ NBA record-tying 13-game playoff winning streak is over after the Boston Celtics earned a 111-108 victory at Cleveland to get within two games to one in the Eastern Conference finals. The Celtics trailed by as many as 21 points in the third quarter but won it on Avery Bradley’s 3-pointer with under one second to play. Marcus Smart shot 7-for-10 from 3-point range and finished with a team-high 27 points, while Bradley added 20.

CLEVELAND – The Celtics will spend the rest of the playoffs without leading scorer Isaiah Thomas because of a hip injury. Head coach Brad Stevens says Thomas could require surgery to repair a hip impingement, adding that the All-Star guard had been bothered by the injury since March. Thomas was averaging 23.3 points and 6.7 assists in the postseason.

(N-H-L playoffs)

Pittsburgh 7, Ottawa 0  (Pittsburgh leads series 3-2)

PITTSBURGH – Bryan Rust, Phil Kessel and Sidney Crosby each had a goal and an assist as the Pittsburgh Penguins clobbered the Ottawa Senators, 7-0 to take a three-games-to-two lead in the NHL’s Eastern Conference finals. Matt Murray stopped 21 shots to win his second straight start following a six-week injury layoff. Senators netminder Craig Anderson struggled on his 36th birthday, surrendering four goals on 14 shots in less than one period of work.

(American Association baseball)

Sioux falls Canaries 6, Sioux City Explorers 5, 10 innings

(major league baseball)

INTERLEAGUE
L.A. Angels 12, N.Y. Mets 5

AMERICAN LEAGUE
N.Y. Yankees 3, Tampa Bay 2
Toronto 3, Baltimore 1
Cleveland 8, Houston 6
Kansas City 6, Minnesota 4, 1st game
Minnesota 8, Kansas City 4, 2nd game
Chicago White Sox 8, Seattle 1
Boston 12, Oakland 3
Texas 5, Detroit 2

NATIONAL LEAGUE
Colorado 6, Cincinnati 4
Pittsburgh 1, Philadelphia 0
Washington 3, Atlanta 2
St. Louis 8, San Francisco 3
Chicago Cubs 13, Milwaukee 6
L.A. Dodgers 6, Miami 3
San Diego 5, Arizona 1