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KLEM Local Schedule (week of May 29)


MONDAY RESULTS – May 29 (Memorial Day)

(high school softball)

West Sioux 14, Gehlen Catholic 0, three innings

LE MARS — Tasha Peterson threw a one-hit shutout and West Sioux backed her up with a 13-hit attack to win 14-0 in three innings over Gehlen Catholic Monday night in a War Eagle Conference softball match at the Riverview Complex.  Addison Weber had the lone hit for the Lady Jays, who fall to 1-and-5 with the loss and 1-and-1 in the conference.  Taylor Rodenburgh and Josie McKee had three hits each for the Falcons.  Meghan Danielson and Emma Mace drove in three runs each for West Sioux, who improves to 3-and-1.

(high school baseball)

Sioux City West 7, Le Mars 6

SIOUX CITY — Sioux City West scored five runs in the first inning and two more in the second for an early 7-3 lead and the Wolverines held off Le Mars to win 7-6 Monday night.  The loss halts a three-game winning streak and drops the Bulldogs to 3-and-2 for the season.  Kyle Kliever and Trent Hilbrands had two hits each for Le Mars and accounted for four of the Bulldogs five hits for the game.  Le Mars rallied for three runs in the fifth inning but West relievers Dylan Olhausen and Chase Antle closed out the victory with three shutout innings to nail down the a win for starter Alec Nieman.  Antle came in with the bases loaded in the seventh and got the final two outs on an infield pop up and a strike out.  Logan Lancaster took the loss for Le Mars.

(American Association baseball)

Sioux City Explorers 5, Fargo-Moorhead Red Hawks 3

(N-H-L Stanley Cup finals)

Pittsburgh 5, Nashville 3  (Pittsburgh leads series 1-0)

PITTSBURGH – The Pittsburgh Penguins gave up a three-goal lead in game one of the Stanley Cup before pulling themselves together. Pittsburgh rookie Jake Guentzel beat Nashville’s Pekka Rinne with 3:17 left in regulation to put the Penguins ahead to stay in a 5-3 victory in Game 1 of the Stanley Cup Final. Guentzel snapped an eight-game goalless drought to help the defending champions escape. Game 2 is Wednesday night in Pittsburgh.

(major league baseball)

Seattle 6, Colorado 5
Toronto 17, Cincinnati 2
Atlanta 6, L.A. Angels 3

Baltimore 3, N.Y. Yankees 2
Chicago White Sox 5, Boston 4
Houston 16, Minnesota 8
Cleveland 5, Oakland 3
Detroit 10, Kansas City 7
Tampa Bay 10, Texas 8

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




(boys tennis)

(semifinals) Le Mars (14-0) defeated Kuemper Catholic 5-2.  Singles results:  Jake Malik won 6-2, 6-1  ..  Kyle Marek won 1-6, 6-1, 6-3  ..  Jake Thompson won 7-5, 6-2  ..  Zach Wingert won 6-4, 3-6, 6-4  ..  Jeff Ahlers lost 3-6, 3-6  ..  Seth Oetken lost 6-7(3), 7-6(3), 6-7(3).  Doubles results:  Jake Malik & Zach Wingert won 6-1, 6-1  ..  (no other doubles matches were completed).     Xavier defeated Pella 5-2.

(championship match) Cedar Rapids Xavier (11-4) defeated Le Mars (14-1) 5-0.  Singles results:  Jake Malik lost 3-6, 3-6 (first loss of the season)  ..  Kyle Marek lost 2-6, 3-6  ..  Jake Thompson lost 4-6, 2-6  ..  Jeff Ahlers lost 3-6, 3-6  ..  Seth Oetken lost 3-6, 4-6.  (Zach Wingert’s match wasn’t finished).  No doubles were played).

(girls golf)

STATE TOURNAMENTS (after day one)
(1A at Marshalltown) Teams: 1st-Akron-Westfield (378)  ..  2nd-West Monona (381). Individuals: Samantha Knight (West Monona) 76  ..  T5-Ann Hedlund (Akron-Westfield) & Bailey Davis (Akron-Westfield) 87  ..  T11th-Brooke Koele (Akron-Westfield) 92   ..   T24th-Makenna Thomas (River Valley) 100  ..  27th-Alycen Knaack (River Valley) 101  ,,  T45th-Kayla Johnson (Akron-Westfield) 112  ..  T48-Dannika Smith (Akron-Westfield) 114  ..  T51st-Autumn Bundy (Akron-Westfield) 115.

(2A at Granger) Teams: 1st-Treynor (350)  ..  T2nd-Alta-Aurelia & Sumner-Fredericksburg (372)  ..  4th-Emmetsburg (374)  .. 8th-West Lyon (417). Individuals: 1st-Annika Patten (Alta-Aurelia) (77)  ..  2nd-Ally Anderson (Treynor) 78  ..  T3rd-Erin Lockin (Alta-Aurelia) 83  ..  5th-Allison Freeman (Emmetsburg) 86  ..  23rd-Sally Gallagher (Woodbury Central) 95.

(3A at Lake Panorama) Teams: 1st-Atlantic (339)  ..  8th-M-O-C/Floyd Valley (426). Individuals: T1st-Emily Snelling (Clear Lake) & Brooke Newell (Atlantic) (70)  ..  3rd-Marta Povar (Spirit Lake) 82.

(4A & 5A) no Siouxland qualifiers.

(high school softball)

(#14-4A)Sergeant Bluff-Luton 4, Le Mars 0

SERGEANT BLUFF — Terri Deitloff held the Le Mars Lady Bulldogs to two hits and No. 14 (4A) Sergeant Bluff-Luton won a 4-0 decision in a non-conference softball match-up in Sergeant Bluff Tuesday night.  It was the second shutout victory over Le Mars in the last five days for the Warriors.  Jenn Schneider and Christina Konz had the two Le Mars hits, both coming in the sixth inning when the Lady Bulldogs posed their best scoring threat.  Sergeant Bluff-Luton scored two runs in the first inning and two more in the second before Le Mars  pitcher Kali Berkenpas settled in.  S-B-L collected five of their six hits off Berkenpas in the first two innings.  Le Mars falls to 3-and-5 for the season.

(high school baseball)

(#2-1A)West Sioux 14,  Gehlen Catholic 0, six innings

LE MARS — Jake Lynott struck out 14 while limiting Gehlen Catholic to two hits as No. 2 (1A) West Sioux won their War Eagle Conference baseball match-up over the Jays 10-0 in six innings Tuesday night at the Riverview Complex.  Cole Wiltgen and Cooper Davis had the lone hits for Gehlen, who falls to 0-and-4 for the season and 0-and-2 in the W-E-C.  Colin Budden pitched the first five innings for the Jays and left, trailing just 3-0.  The Falcons scored seven runs in the sixth inning to break the game open and end it early on the ten-run rule.

Le Mars (4-2) 13, Boyden-Hull/Rock Valley 5

LE MARS — Le Mars won for the fourth time in the last five games Tuesday night, beating visiting Boyden-Hull/Rock Valley 13-5 in non-conference baseball action at the Bulldog Sports Complex.  Trevor Renken struck out eleven Nighthawk hitters while holding them to seven hits with one walk and one earned run.  Le Mars scored nine runs in the third inning to earse a 1-0 deficit and added four more an inning later.  Gabe Eckstaine and Jacob Pottebaum drove in three runs each for the Bulldogs and Kyle Kliever and Collin Nemmers had two hits each.  Le Mars improves to 4-and-2 for the season heading into their Lakes Conference opener Wednesday night at home against Emmetsburg.  The game will be carried on KLEM.

(little league)

Reds 9, Rays 0
Mariners 6, Giants 4

Hawks 12, Falcons 8
Raiders 11, Foxes 10

Chargers 16, Warriors 15
Rockets 11, Eagles 10
Panthers 18, Lions 3
Spartans 13, Broncos 8

Nationals 13, Tigers 1
Blue Jays 0, Astros 0, tie
Tigers 7, Astros 5 (make-up game from May 23)
Rangers 15, Cards 1  (make-up game from May 23)

(American Association baseball)

Sioux City Explorers 7, Fargo-Moorhead Red Hawks 0

(major league baseball)

Toronto 6, Cincinnati 4
Seattle 10, Colorado 4
L.A. Angels 9, Atlanta 3

Cleveland 9, Oakland 4
N.Y. Yankees 8, Baltimore 3
Texas 9, Tampa Bay 5
Boston 13, Chicago White Sox 7
Houston 7, Minnesota 2
Kansas City 1, Detroit 0

Arizona 3, Pittsburgh 0
L.A. Dodgers 9, St. Louis 4
Miami 7, Philadelphia 2
N.Y. Mets 5, Milwaukee 4, 12 innings
San Diego 6, Chicago Cubs 2
Washington 6, San Francisco 3




(girls golf)

(1A) Team champion: 1st-Akron-Westfield (738)  .. 3rd-West Monona (769). Individual champion: 1st-Samantha Knight (West Monona) 151  ..  5th-Bailey Davis (Akron-Westfield)  174  ..  7th-Ann Hedlund (Akron-Westfield) 177  ..  8th-Brooke Koele (Akron-Westfield) 177  ..  24th-Alycen Knaack (River Valley) 199  ..  25th-Makenna Thomas (River Valley) 200  ..  40th-Danika Smith (Akron-Westfield) 212  ..  50th-Kayla Johnson (Akron-Westfield) 228.

(2A) Team champion: 1st-Treynor (698)  ..  2nd-Emmetsburg  ..  3rd-Alta-Aurelia  ..  8th-West Lyon. Individual champion: 1st-Annika Patten (Alta-Aurelia) 154  ..  4th-Erin Lockin (Alta-Aurelia) 167  ..  8th-Allison Freeman (Emmetsburg) 172  ..  12th-Sally Gallagher (Woodbury Central) 179.

(3A) Team champion: 1st-Atlantic (689)  ..  7th-M-O-C/Floyd Valley (819). Individual champion: 1st-Emily Snelling (Clear Lake) 141  ..  4th-Marta Povar (Spirit Lake) 163.

(4A)  Team champion:  1st-Humboldt (736).  Individual champion:  1st-Sarah Nacos (Washington) 154.

(5A)  Team champion:  1st-Cedar Falls (631).  Indvidual champion:  Maddie Hawkins (Dubuque Senior) 141.

(high school softball)

Le Mars 5, Emmetsburg 4, eight innings

LE MARS — Kady Leusink’s eighth inning RBI-double capped a dramatic come-from-behind victory for Le Mars as they edged Emmetsburg 5-4 in the Lakes Conference opener for both teams.  Mikayla Frerichs limited Le Mars to two hits through the first six innings before the Lady Bulldogs erupted for three runs in the seventh inning to tie the game at 4-all.  Jenn Schneider’s RBI single made it 4-2 and Brooke Haage followed with a two-run double to center to send the game into extra innings.  Katelin Raymond opened the eighth inning with a single and scored when Leusink drove one into the right-center gap for a walk-off victory.  Kali Berkenpas picked up the win in relief as Le Mars improves to 4-and-5 for the season..

(high school baseball)

Gehlen Catholic 3, South O’Brien 1

GRANVILLE — Cooper Davis pitched Gehlen Catholic to their first win of the season, tossing a three-hitter with 12 strikeouts, as the Jays beat South O’Brien 3-1 Wednesday night at Granville’s Vosburg Field.  Colin Wise delivered a two-run single in the fifth inning to put the Jays in front to stay and Gerardo Beltran plated an insurance run with a sixth inning ground out.  Gehlen improves to 1-and-4 for the season.

Le Mars 11, Emmetsburg 1, five innings

LE MARS — Le Mars took advantage of ten walks and home runs by Parker Magnussen and Keaton Candor to pound Emmetsburg 11-1 in five innings Wednesday night in the Lakes Conference opener for both schools.  Will Schany walked five and hit a batter to fuel a five-run first inning for the Bulldogs.  Parker Magnussen greeted reliever Max Dunlap with a three-run homer in the second inning to extend the lead to 8-0.  Le Mars added a run in the fourth on a RBI single by Jacob Pottebaum for a 9-1 lead.  Keaton Candor crushed a tap-measure homer in the fifth, making him the all-time career home run leader at Le Mars Community with 18, surpassing Joe Ashmore.  Gabe Eckstaine followed with a single, stole second and third and trotted home on a throwing error to third base to give the Bulldogs a walk-off, ten-run rule verdict.  Senior Trent Hilbrands (1-1) was the winning pitcher, throwing a three-hitter with eight strike outs.  The Bulldogs improve to  5-and-2 for the season.

(little league)

Raiders 13, Falcons 10
Hawks 14, Foxes 8

Broncos 11, Chargers 10
Rockets 6, Panthers 2
Eagles 14, Lions 11
Spartans 12, Warriors 4

Stars 7, Comets 6
Sting 4, Rockers 0
Storm 9, Liberty 5
Sparks 6, Heat 5

(American Association baseball)

Fargo-Moorhead Red Hawks 5, Sioux City Explorers 1

(N-H-L Stanley Cup finals)

Pittsburgh 4, Nashville 1  (Pittsburgh leads series 2-0)

PITTSBURGH – Game 3 of the Stanley Cup Final is Saturday night in Nashville in what amounts to a last stand for the Predators. They were routed 4-1 on Wednesday night by the Pittsburgh Penguins. Standout goalie Pekka Rinne looked very average against the defending Stanley Cup champions. Pittsburgh scored three goals 3:18 apart in the third period and Rinne was yanked. The Penguins lead the best-of-seven series 2-0.

(major league baseball)

Toronto 5, Cincinnati 4
L.A. Angels 2, Atlanta 1
Seattle 5, Colorado 0

Houston 17, Minnesota 6
Oakland 3, Cleveland 1
Baltimore 10, N.Y. Yankees 4
Tampa Bay 7, Texas 5, 10 innings
Boston 4, Chicago White Sox 1
Detroit 6, Kansas City 5

Arizona 6, Pittsburgh 5, 14 innings
Miami 10, Philadelphia 2
San Diego 2, Chicago Cubs 1
Milwaukee 7, N.Y. Mets 1
St. Louis 2, L.A. Dodgers 1
Washington 3, San Francisco 1





Singles — Elizabeth Ihrke of Le Mars lost to Audrey Hinz of Dubuque Wahlert 0-6, 3-6 in first round action.  Ihrke won her first consolation match 6-4, 6-0 over the number-three seed, Sarah Wood of Shenandoah before losing 4-6, 2-6 to Jacqualine Ingram of Denison-Schleswig in the second round of consolation play and her stay at the State tournament ended for this year.

(high school softball)

Gehlen Catholic 12, South O’Brien 6

GRANVILLE — Runs came in groups of six Thursday night in Granville and when the dust settled Gehlen Catholic had secured a 12-6 victory over South O’Brien in a non-conference softball match-up.  The Wolverines erased a 6-0 deficit with a six-run sixth inning before the Lady Jays responded with a six-run bottom half of the sixth to regain the lead.  Neither team scored in the seventh.  Kaylee Schmit led Gehlen with three hits while Sydney Livermore, Anna Britt, Addison Weber and Chloe Bunkers all had two hits each.  Brooke Woerdehoff picked up the win with a complete game pitching performance as the Lady Jays improve to 2-and-5 for the season.

Le Mars 9, Estherville/Lincoln Central 3

ESTHERVILLE — Le Mars capitalized on seven errors to score eight unearned runs as the Lady Bulldogs beat Estherville/Lincoln Central 9-3 Thursday night in Lakes Conference softball action in Estherville.  Grace Milbrodt drove in a pair of runs for Le Mars.  Her RBI single in the fifth inning capped a four-run frame that extended a 3-2 lead to 7-2.  Three seventh inning errors by the Midgets led to two more runs that stretched the lead to 9-2.  Brook Berkenpas (3-2) limited E-L-C to five hits with two walks and five strike outs, allowing just two earned runs.  The victory improves the Lady Bulldogs to 2-and-0 in Lakes Conference play and brings their record to the .500 mark for the first time this season at 5-and-5.

(little league)

Royals 6, Orioles 4

Dodgers 7, White Sox 6
A’s 8, Mets 5
Pirates 7, Rockies 6
Angels 15, Yankees 0
Cubs 8, Phils 7

Red Sox 8, Cards 7
Twins 0, Braves 0, tie
Padres 13, Indians 3
Rangers 12, Marlins 6

(American Association baseball)

Fargo-Moorhead Red Hawks 4, Sioux City Explorers 1

(N-B-A finals)

Golden State 113, Cleveland 91  (Golden State leads series 1-0)

OAKLAND – LeBron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers will have until Sunday night to try to figure out how to stop the Golden State Warriors, who were unstoppable with the addition of Kevin Durant. He drove through the paint repeatedly with dazzling dunks and wound up with 38 points. Stephen Curry knocked down six 3-pointers and finished with 28 points in a 113-91 Game 1 victory. James led the Cavs with 28 points.

(major league baseball)

Colorado 6, Seattle 3

Cleveland 8, Oakland 0
Baltimore 7, Boston 5
N.Y. Yankees 12, Toronto 2
Minnesota 4, L.A. Angels 2

Milwaukee 2, N.Y. Mets 1
St. Louis 2, L.A. Dodgers 0
Arizona 3, Miami 2




(high school softball)

Sioux City West Earlybird Classic
Sioux City North 5, Le Mars 4
Sioux City East 8, Le Mars 4

SIOUX CITY — Le Mars dropped both games at the Sioux City West Earlybird Classic Friday, losing 5-4 to Sioux City North and 8-4 to Sioux City East.  Le Mars slips to 5-and-7 for the season.  In loss to North, Gabbie Scheigert’s three-run homer capped a four-run fifth inning to rally the Stars to a 5-4 victory.  Christina Konz and Annie Ellis had two hits each for Le Mars.  Kali Berkenpas took the loss in the pitching circle.  In the loss to East, the Black Raiders erupted for four runs in the fourth inning to erase a 4-3 deficit as East posted an 8-4 victory.  Markee Gruis had a two-run single to cap the fourth inning surge for East.  Kady Leusink had two hits for Le Mars.  Brook Berkenpas took the loss.

Gehlen Catholic 12, Unity Christian 2, five innings

LE MARS — Gehlen Catholic scored five runs in the first inning Friday night to jump-start a 12-2, ten-run rule War Eagle Conference verdict over Unity Christian in high school softball action at the Riverview Complex.  Gehlen scored twelve runs despite being limited to just four hits.  Sydney Livermore scored three runs.  Brooke Woerdehoff threw a six-hitter with no walks and five strike outs.  The victory moves the Lady Jays to 3-and-5 for the season and 2-and-1 in the W-E-C.

(#2-1A)Akron-Westfield 12, Hinton 2
(#6-1A)West Sioux 2, Remsen St. Mary’s 0
MMCRU 14, Clay Central-Everly 2
South O’Brien 17, Harris-Lake Park 5
OA-BCIG 8, Kingsley-Pierson 1

(high school baseball)

Le Mars 4, Spirit Lake 0

SPIRIT LAKE — Gabe Eckstaine drove in a pair of runs and combined with Keaton Candor on a five-hit shutout to lead Le Mars to a 4-0 Lakes Conference baseball win at Spirit Lake Friday night.  Eckstaine escaped a couple of scoring threats in the first two innings before settling down to earn his second win of the season against no losses.  The Indians had runners at second and third with one out in the first and loaded the bases in the second with one out, but both times Eckstaine was able to wriggle out of trouble unscathed.  Le Mars collected two of their four hits in the game in a three-run fourth inning that was fueled by three Spirit Lake errors.  Eckstaine’s RBI single snapped a scoreless toe and two runs scored on a wild pitch and throwing error.  Kyle Kliever led off the sixth with a triple and scored the Bulldogs’ fourth run on Eckstaine’s sacrifice fly.  Le Mars has now won 6 of the last 7 to improve to 6-and-2 for the season and 2-and-0 in Lakes Conference play.

Gehlen Catholic (2-4/1-2) 11, Unity Christian 3

LE MARS — Collin Buddin drove in three runs with a three-for-three night at the plate that included a double to key a 12-hit Gehlen Catholic attack as the Jays won their second straight, 11-3 over Unity Christian Friday night at the Riverview Complex.  The Jays improve to 2-and-4 for the season and 1-and-2 in the War Eagle Conference.  Cooper Davis had two hits and scored four runs and Cole Wiltgen added two hits and two RBI’s for the Jays.  Izaac Herbst and Gerardo Beltran combined on a six-hitter.  Herbst, who worked the first six innings to get the win, walked one and struck out five.

(#2-1A)West Sioux 10, (#1-1A)Remsen St. Mary’s 3
Hartley-Melvin-Sanborn 8, Trinity Christian 6
Estherville/Lincoln Central 3, Spencer 1

(N-C-A-A Regional Tournament baseball)

Iowa 6, Houston 3

Yale 5, Nebraska 1

(American Association baseball)

Sioux City Explorers 11, Gary SouthShore Railcats 10

(Champions Indoor Football)

Kansas City Phantoms 75, Sioux City Bandits 70

(major league baseball)

Washington 13, Oakland 3

Baltimore 3, Boston 2
Toronto 7, N.Y. Yankees 5
Detroit 15, Chicago White Sox 5
Houston 7, Texas 1
Kansas City 4, Cleveland 0
Minnesota 11, L.A. Angels 5
Seattle 12, Tampa Bay 4

Chicago Cubs 3, St. Louis 2
San Francisco 10, Philadelphia 0
Cincinnati 3, Atlanta 2, 10 innings
Miami 7, Arizona 5
Pittsburgh 12, N.Y. Mets 7
L.A. Dodgers 2, Milwaukee 1, 12 innings
San Diego 8, Colorado 5




(high school softball)

C-Y-O Tournament

CARROLL — Gehlen Catholic went 1-and-2 on the day Saturday at the C.Y.O. Tournament to finish in fourth place.  The Lady Jays opened with an 11-10 win over Fort Dodge St. Edmond.  Gehlen built a 10-3 lead before holding off a late rally to win.  The Gaels scored five runs in the bottom of the seventh before falling short by a run.  Gehlen had a season-best 16 hits, three each from Anna Britt and Addison Weber.  Weber finished with three doubles and three RBI’s.  The Lady Jays should have saved some of those hits for the semifinals because Lexi Ricke of No. 6 (4A) Bishop Heelan no-hit them in a 13-0, three inning victory.  Kuemper Catholic won the third place game from Gehlen Catholic, 8-4.   The Lady Knight broke away from a 3-3 tie with three runs in the fourth and two more in the fifth for an 8-3 advantage.  Sydney Livermore had three hits for the Lady Jays and drove in a run.  Gehlen Catholic falls to 4-and-7 for the season.

Gehlen Catholic 11, Fort Dodge St. Edmond 10                                                             (#6-4A)Bishop Heelan 13, Gehlen Catholic 0, three innings (semifinals)
Kuemper Catholic 8, Gehlen Catholic 4 (3rd place game)

Remsen St. Mary’s 3, Bishop Garrigan 2
Remsen St. Mary’s 9, Kuemper Catholic 2 (semifinals)
(#6-4A)Bishop Heelan 14, Remsen St. Mary’s 2, four innings (championship game)

(high school baseball)

C-Y-O Tournament

CARROLL — Gehlen Catholic split their two games Saturday at the C-Y-O Tournament.  The Jays lost 13-1 to Council Bluffs St. Albert in the first round in Carroll and then beat Fort Dodge St. Edmond 10-0 in the consolation bracket played at Glidden.  In the St. Albert game, Cooper Davis and Cole Wiltgen had two hits each for the Jays.  Joey Pohlen homered and had three RBI’s in the win over St. Edmond.  Cooper Davis had three hits and two RBI’s for the Jays.  Collin Budden threw a four-hitter to get the win.  Gehlen is now 3-and-5 for the season.

Council Bluffs St. Albert 13, Gehlen Catholic 1
Gehlen Catholic 10, Fort Dodge St. Edmond 0

(#1-1A)Remsen St. Mary’s 6, Fort Dodge St. Edmond 1
(#1-1A)Remsen St. Mary’s 17, Council Bluffs St. Albert 7 (semifinals)
(#4-3A)Bishop Heelan 6, (#1-1A)Remsen St. Mary’s 1 (championship game)

(N-C-A-A Regional baseball)

Texas A&M 3, Iowa 2

Holy Cross 6, Nebraska 3 (Nebraska eliminated)

(American Association baseball)

Gary SouthShore Railcats 9, Sioux City Explorers 6

(N-H-L Stanley Cup finals)

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

NASHVILLE — Goals by Roman Josi and Frederick Gaudreau in quick succession in the first period put the Predators in front to stay as Nashville rolled to a 5-1 Game 3 win over Pittsburgh in the N-H-L’s Stanley Cup finals Saturday.  James Neal, Craig Smith and Mattias Ekholm added goals later to help the Predators pull away.  Jake Guentzel scored three minutes into the game for Pittsburgh for an early 1-0 lead.  The Penguins still hold a 2-1 advantage in the series.

(major league baseball)

Oakland 10, Washington 4

N.Y. Yankees 7, Toronto 0
Kansas City 12, Cleveland 5
Detroit 10, Chicago White Sox 1
Boston 5, Baltimore 2
Houston 6, Texas 5
L.A. Angels 7, Minnesota 2   (Albert Pujols hit his 600th career home run)
Seattle 9, Tampa Bay 2

Chicago Cubs 5, St. Louis 3
Philadelphia 5, San Francisco 3
Miami 3, Arizona 0
Atlanta 6, Cincinnati 5, 12 innings
Colorado 10, San Diego 1
L.A. Dodgers 10, Milwaukee 8
N.Y. Mets 4, Pittsburgh 2




(N-C-A-A Regional baseball)

Houston 7, Iowa 5 (Iowa eliminated)

(N-B-A finals)

Golden State 132, Cleveland 113  (Golden State leads series 2-0)

OAKLAND – The Cleveland Cavaliers have a chance to rest before Game 4 of the NBA Finals. But they also need another plan to stop the undefeated Golden State Warriors, who blew out LeBron James and company on Sunday with a 132-113 win. James finished with a triple-double and 29 points. But Kevin Durant had 33 points and Curry had a triple double and 32 points.

(American Association baseball)

Gary SouthShore Railcats 8, Sioux City Explorers 1

(major league baseball)

Washington 11, Oakland 10

Toronto 3, N.Y. Yankees 2
Detroit 7, Chicago White Sox 4
Boston 7, Baltimore 3
Cleveland 8, Kansas City 0
Houston 7, Texas 2
Minnesota 3, L.A. Angels 2
Seattle 7, Tampa Bay 1

Atlanta 13, Cincinnati 8
Miami 6, Arizona 5
Pittsburgh 11, N.Y. Mets 1
Philadelphia 9, San Francisco 7
Milwaukee 3, L.A. Dodgers 0
Colorado 3, San Diego 1
Chicago Cubs 7, St. Louis 6