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KLEM Local Schedule (week of June 19)



(high school softball)

Gehlen Catholic 1 Hartley-Melvin-Sanborn 0

HARTLEY — Hartley-Melvin-Sanborn had scoring threats in four of the seven innings Monday night in their War Eagle Conference softball game against Gehlen Catholic, but each time Brooke Woerdehoff slammed the door shut and the Lady Jays’ junior pitcher earned a 1-0 victory.  The defense was solid making several good plays behind Woerdehoff, who finished with a four-hitter with two walks and four strikeouts.  Gehlen scored the only run of the game in the fourth inning after loading the bases with no outs.  Kennedy Heying dropped a liner into left field to plate Sydney Livermore from third base.  Livermore finished with two hits, including a double for Gehlen.  The Lady Jays improve to 8-and-14 for the season and 5-and-3 in the War Eagle Conference.

(#12-3A)Spirit Lake 17, Le Mars  7

LE MARS — Le Mars led No. 12 (3A) Spirit Lake 3-1 for the first four innings before the Indians’ bats came alive in the final three innings of their Lakes Conference softball match-up in Le Mars Monday night and Spirit Lake rallied to beat the Lady Bulldogs 17-7.  Spirit Lake scored 16 runs in the final three innings, including nine runs during a 14-batter sixth inning that saw the Indians collect ten of their 23 hits.   Josie Tagen had five hits for Spirit Lake and Kailee Jenness had four hits, including two doubles and a home run, and drove in three runs.  Christina Konz had three hits and three RBI’s for Le Mars.  The Lady Bulldogs fall to 10-and-12 for the season and 5-and-4 in Lakes Conference play.

(high school baseball)

Gehlen Catholic 10, Hartley-Melvin-Sanborn 0, five innings

HARTLEY — Gehlen Catholic’s longtime baseball coach, Marty Kurth, reached a milestone in his 31-year coaching career with the Jays .. he picked up his 500th career coaching win Monday night when Gehlen beat Hartley-Melvin-Sanborn 10-0 in five innings in a War Eagle Conference game at Hartley.  The Jays broke the game open with six runs in the fourth inning.  Elijah Freking had a pair of hits and two RBI’s for Gehlen while Isaac Herbst turned in a solid pitching performance.  Herbst allowed just two hits with no walks and nine strike outs.  Gehlen ran their winning streak to six straight and have now won nine of the last ten to improve to 11-and-6 for the season and 5-and-3 in the W-E-C.

Le Mars 7, Spirit Lake 5

LE MARS — Keaton Candor hit his 21st career home run and got the final two outs on the mound for a save to lead Le Mars to a 7-5 Lakes Conference victory over Spirit Lake Monday at the Bulldog Sports Complex.  Candor’s homer was one of two hits for the Bulldog senior.  Jacob Pottebaum had three hits to pace a ten-hit Le Mars offensive attack and Parker Magnussen added a pair of hits.  Trent Hilbrands worked the first 6 1/3 innings to pick up the win on the mound.  Le Mars improves to 13-and-5 for the season and 7-and-1 in the Lakes Conference.

(little league)

Sparks 9, Storm 4
Liberty 2, Heat 0
Stars 0, Sting 0, tie
Comets 8, Rockets 0

Mariners 7, Reds 6
Royals 7, Giants 6

Phils 10, Dodgers 4
Pirates 8, White Sox 6
Cubs 5, Mets 4
Angels 7, Yankees 5

Panthers 15, Lions 9
Chargers 9, Eagles 8

(American Association baseball)

Sioux City Explorers at Gary SouthShore Railcats, ppd., rain

(major league baseball)

Cincinnati 7, Tampa Bay 3

Cleveland 12, Baltimore 0
Toronto 7, Texas 6
Kansas City 4, Boston 2
Houston 4, Oakland 1
Seattle 6, Detroit 2

Miami 8, Washington 7
Atlanta 9, San Francisco 0
Pittsburgh 8, Milwaukee 1
Chicago Cubs 3, San Diego 2
L.A. Dodgers 10, N.Y. Mets 6




(little league)

Astros 3, Padres 0
Twins 8, Indians 0
Nationals 6, Rangers 4
Tigers 0, Red Sox 0, tie
Braves 5, Cards 4
Blue Jays 2, Marlins 2, tie

Royals 2, Rays 0
Orioles 10, Mariners 4

Mets 6, Rockies 5
A’s 5, Phils 3
Angels 9, White Sox 3
Pirates 13, Yankees 0

Spartans 13, Rockets 11
Warriors 16, Broncos 6

(American Association baseball)

Gary SouthShore Railcats 8, Sioux City Explorers 2, game 1                                            Gary SouthShore Railcats 4, Sioux City Explorers 0, game 2

(major league baseball)

Tampa Bay 6, Cincinnati 5

Baltimore 6, Cleveland 5
L.A. Angels 8, N.Y. Yankees 3
Texas 6, Toronto 1
Minnesota 9, Chicago White Sox 7
Boston 8, Kansas City 3
Houston 8, Oakland 4
Seattle 5, Detroit 4, 10 innings

St. Louis 8, Philadelphia 1, 11 innings
Washington 12, Miami 3
San Francisco 6, Atlanta 3
Pittsburgh 7, Milwaukee 3
Chicago Cubs 4, San Diego 0
Colorado 4, Arizona 3
L.A. Dodgers 12, N.Y. Mets 0




(high school softball)

Gehlen Catholic 7, Unity Christian 2

ORANGE CITY — Gehlen Catholic followed up their 1-0 win at Hartley-Melvin-Sanborn on Monday with a 7-2 road win over Unity Christian in a non-conference game Wednesday night in Orange City.  Addison Weber had two hits and two RBI’s for the Lady Jays to back a solid pitching performance by Brooke Woerdehoff.  Woerdehoff finished with a six-hitter with one walk and six strike outs.  The Lady Jays were clinging to a 3-2 lead going into the sixth inning when they added three runs to their lead and tacked on one more for good measure in the seventh.  Gehlen improves to 9-and-14 for the season while Unity Christian slips to 4-and-14.

Spencer 13, Le Mars 0, four innings

SPENCER — Bre Small threw a four-hit shutout against Le Mars Wednesday night and Spencer humbled the Lady Bulldogs 13-0 in four innings.  The win was just the third of the season against 15 losses for the Lady Tigers.  Le Mars falls to 10-and-13 for the season and 5-and-5 in the Lakes Conference.  Ninth place hitter, Haylie Peters belted two home runs and drove in eight runs to lead a 12-hit Spencer attack.    Peters hit a grand slam homer to key a six-run third inning and added a two-run homer in the fourth to complete the scoring.  Peters also had a two-run single in the second.  Ashtyn Nissen and Josie Heisinger homered in the first and Heisinger homered again in the third giving Spencer five home runs for the night.

(high school baseball)

Gehlen Catholic 5, Unity Christian 4

ORANGE CITY — Cooper Davis delivered a two-run, two-out double in the sixth inning to erase a 4-3 deficit and then retired the final nine batters on the mound as Gehlen Catholic rallied past Unity Christian 5-4 Wednesday night in non-conference baseball action at Orange City.  The win extended the Jays’ winning streak to seven straight and improves their record to 12-and-6.  Davis’ hit marked the third and final lead change of this see-saw battle.  Cole Wiltgen’s two-run double in the third put Gehlen in front 2-1 before the Knights reclaimed the lead with a three-run, five-hit fourth inning.  Gerardo Beltran trimmed the 4-2 deficit to 4-3 with a RBI single in the fifth.  Davis was roughed up for ten hits and four earned runs but he had no walks and struck out eight, including seven of the final nine batters of the game.

Spencer 6, Le Mars 3

SPENCER — Spencer opened the game with a three-run first inning and went onto beat Le Mars 6-3 in Lakes Conference baseball action Wednesday night in Spencer.  The loss drops the Bulldogs into a first place tie with Estherville/Lincoln Central at 7-and-2 in league play while the Bulldogs fall to 13-and-6 for the season.  Spencer handed Gabe Eckstaine his first loss of the season after four victories.  The Tigers roughed up the Bulldogs’ ace for nine hits with Brady Kluender and Michael Story collecting two each.  Kluender got the win on the mound, checking the Dogs to six hits.  Parker Magnussen had two hits to lead Le Mars.  Spencer improves to 10-and-5 for the season but just 4-and-5 in Lakes Conference play.

(little league)

Rockers 4, Storm 0
Sting 3, Liberty 0
Heat 4, Stars 1
Comets 5, Sparks 2

Giants 8, Rays 2
Reds 6, Orioles 2

Raiders 14, Hawks 10
Falcons vs. Foxes – suspended to 5:30 Thursday due to lightning

A’s 11, Dodgers 3
Cubs 4, Rockies 0

Eagles 13, Broncos 8
Lions vs. Rockets – suspended to 5:30 Thursday due to lightning

(American Association baseball)

Gary SouthShore Railcats 7, Sioux City Explorers 0

(major league baseball)

Tampa Bay 8, Cincinnati 3

Kansas City 6, Boston 4
Cleveland 5, Baltimore 1
N.Y. Yankees 8, L.A. Angels 4
Toronto 7, Texas 5
Minnesota 4, Chicago White Sox 2
Houston 5, Oakland 1
Seattle 7, Detroit 5

Miami 2, Washington 1
San Diego 3, Chicago Cubs 2
St. Louis 7, Philadelphia 6, 10 innings
Atlanta 5, San Francisco 3, 11 innings
Milwaukee 4, Pittsburgh 3
Arizona 16, Colorado 5
L.A. Dodgers 8, N.Y. Mets 2




(N-B-A draft news)

NEW YORK – A pair of Pac-12 guards were the first players taken in the NBA Draft. The Philadelphia 76ers used the first pick to take Washington’s Markelle Fultz before UCLA’s Lonzo Ball went to the Los Angeles Lakers with the second selection. Boston grabbed Duke forward Jayson Tatum with the third choice, Kansas guard Josh Jackson went to the Suns with the No. 4 pick and the Kings grabbed Kentucky point guard De’Aaron Fox at No. 5.

(high school softball)

Gehlen Catholic (10-14/6-3) 12, MMCRU 0, four innings

LE MARS — The Gehlen Catholic girls wrapped up a very successful week with their third straight win, a 12-0, four-inning victory over MMCRU in War Eagle Conference softball action at the Riverview Complex Thursday night.  Kennedy Heying’s three-run double in the bottom of the fourth inning brought an end to a ‘Mercy-Rule’ victory for the Lady Jays.  All 12 runs for Gehlen scored with two outs.  Brooke Woerdehoff turned in another strong pitching performance as Gehlen Catholic improves to 10-and-14 for the season and 6-and-3 in the W-E-C.

(high school baseball)

MMCRU 4, Gehlen Catholic 2, eight innings

LE MARS — MMCRU scored a pair of runs on a two-out dropped fly ball in the eighth inning and the Royals ended Gehlen Catholic’s seven-game winning streak with a 4-2 War Eagle Conference baseball victory Thursday night at the Riverview Complex.  RBI singles by Colin Budden and Isaac Herbst broke up a scoreless pitcher’s duel in the fourth inning and put Gehlen in front 2-0.  But the Royals answered with a pair of runs in the fifth on RBI hits by Tristen Olsen and Zach Bonstetter to forge a 2-2 tie.  The Jays loaded the bases in the seventh inning but failed to score.  MMCRU’s winning rally in the eighth was fueled by two outfield errors and a walk as the Royals scored twice without the aid a hit.  Gehlen went down in order in the bottom of the eighth.  Conner Sand worked 7 2/3 innings to get the win with Tyler Whited getting the final out for his third save of the season.  Sand struck out ten batters.  Colin Budden took the loss for Gehlen, working 7 2/3 innings before giving the ball over to Gerardo Beltran in relief.  MMCRU improves to 10-and-6 for the season and 6-and-3 in the War Eagle Conference.  Gehlen falls to 12-and-7 with a 5-and-4 league mark.

(little league)

Rangers 4, Padres 3
Marlins 0, Braves 0, tie
Twins 1, Tigers 0
Astros 1, Cards 0
Nationals 4, Red Sox 0
Blue Jays 6, Indians 2

Foxes 17, Falcons 16 – finish of Wednesday’s suspended game
Falcons 14, Raiders 13
Hawks 14, Foxes 4

Angels 7, Cubs 3
Pirates 8, A’s 7

Rockets 12, Lions 11 – finish of Wednesday’s suspended game
Warriors 14, Chargers 11
Panthers 15, Spartans 8

(American Association baseball)

Sioux City Explorers 5, Kansas City T-Bones 4, 10 innings

(major league baseball)

Chicago White Sox 9, Minnesota 0
Texas 11, Toronto 4
Houston 12, Oakland 9
Cleveland 6, Baltimore 3
L.A. Angels 10, N.Y. Yankees 5
Seattle 9, Detroit 6

Philadelphia 5, St. Louis 1
Milwaukee 4, Pittsburgh 2
Arizona 10, Colorado 3
Chicago Cubs 11, Miami 1
Atlanta 12, San Francisco 11
L.A. Dodgers 6, N.Y. Mets 3




(high school softball)

Spencer Tournament
(#5-1A)Newell-Fonda 11, Le Mars 2
Le Mars 15, (#14-4A)Denison-Schleswig 4, six innings

SPENCER — Le Mars dropped an 11-2 decision to No. 5 (1A) Newell-Fonda in the first game of the Spencer Tournament Friday afternoon before bouncing back with a 15-4, five inning win over No. 14 (4A) Denison-Schleswig.  Le Mars was limited to four hits by eighth-grader Ella Larsen in the Newell-Fonda loss.  Kali Berkenpas had two of the four hits for Le Mars.  Emma Stewart and eighth-grader Maggie Walker had three hits each for the Mustangs and Megan Morenz finished with three RBI’s.  In the win over Denison-Schleswig, Kady Leusink led a 12-hit Le Mars attack with three hits, three runs and four RBI’s.  Both Jenn Schneider and Grace Milbrodt had RBI doubles among their two hits and both scored three runs.  Brook Berkenpas scattered seven hits with five strike outs in a complete game pitching performance.  Le Mars now has a record of 11-and-14.

(high school baseball)

Spalding Catholic Tournament at Granville
Boyden-Hull/Rock Valley 15, Unity Christian 0, five innings
Sioux Central 4, Gehlen Catholic 3
Remsen St. Mary’s 12, West Lyon 4
Sioux Center 20, North Union 9
Gehlen Catholic 14, Unity Christian 4, five innings (consolation semifinal)
Boyden-Hull/Rock Valley 11, Sioux Central 1, five innings (semifinals)

GRANVILLE — Sioux Central held off a seventh inning rally by Gehlen Catholic Friday morning to edge the Jays 4-3 in the first round of the Spalding Catholic Tournament at Granville’s Vosburg Field.  The Jays cut into a 4-1 deficit with two runs in the bottom of the seventh before the rally fell short.  Colin Wise returned from the injured list to throw a nifty five-hitter for Gehlen but unfortunately he took a loss for his effort.  Cole Linden and Elijah Freking had two hits each for the Jays.  Gehlen got the bats going in their second game of the day, rapping out 14 hits against Unity Christian while jumping out to a 12-0 lead three innings into the game.  Isaac Herbst threw a five inning, four-hitter for the Jays.  A six-run second inning broke the game open early.  Colin Wise, Lucas McCarty and Colin Budden had three hits each for Gehlen.  McCarty belted a two-run homer, the first of his career.  The Jays will take a 13-and-8 record into Saturday’s fifth place game against either West Lyon or North Union.

Prange Classic at Saydel
Urbandale 8, Le Mars 5

SAYDEL — Urbandale spotted Le Mars a 3-0 lead in the first but then took advantage of some shoddy defense to score seven unearned runs while building an 8-3 lead and the Blue Jays beat the Bulldogs 8-5 Friday evening in the Prange Classic at Saydel High School.  Trevor Renken, the first of three Le Mars pitchers that made their way to the mound, took the loss.  All five runs that Renken gave up were unearned.  Parker Magnussen and Logan Boylan worked in relief and the trio combined on an eight-hitter.  Keaton Candor led a ten-hit Bulldog offensive attack with three hits, including a double, and he drove in two runs.  Le Mars scored two runs in the seventh as they tried to rally.  The Bulldogs fall to 13-and-7 for the season.

(American Association baseball)

Sioux City Explorers 12 Kansas City T-Bones 3

(major league baseball)

San Diego 1, Detroit 0

N.Y. Yankees 2, Texas 1, 10 innings
Tampa Bay 15, Baltimore 5
Boston 9, L.A. Angels 4
Minnesota 5, Cleveland 0
Oakland 3, Chicago White Sox 0
Kansas City 5, Toronto 4
Seattle 13, Houston 3

Washington 6, Cincinnati 5, 10 innings
Miami 2, Chicago Cubs 0
Atlanta 5, Milwaukee 4
Pittsburgh 4, St. Louis 3
Philadelphia 6, Arizona 1
L.A. Dodgers 6, Colorado 1
N.Y. Mets 11, San Francisco 4

(N-H-L & N-B-A draft update)

UNDATED — Former Sioux City Muskateer Eeli Tolvanen was drafted by the Nashville Predators during the opening day the N-H-L draft.  The Predators, who lost in six games to the Pittsburgh Penguins in the Stanley Cup finals earlier this month, selected Tolvanen with the 30th pick Friday.  In the second day of the N-B-A draft, Iowa State’s Monte Morris was taken as the 51st pick by the Denver Nuggets.  Iowa standout, Peter Jok, went undrafted.




(high school softball)

Spencer Tournament
(#12-3A)Cherokee 5, Le Mars 0
(#6-2A)Waterloo Columbus 11, Le Mars 4

SPENCER — Le Mars slipped to 11-and-16 in summer softball after dropping a pair of games on the final day of the Spencer Tournament.  Le Mars lost 5-0 to No. 12 (3A) Cherokee Saturday morning at Tegan Slaughter and Linsay Williams combined on a seven-hit shutout.  The Braves broke up a scoreless pitcher’s duel in the fourth inning on back-to-back RBI singles by DeMae Nichols and Josie Kindwall.  Two more runs in the fifth made it 4-0 and Sara Kach’s RBI single in the sixth completed the scoring.  Brooke Berkenpas and Annie Ellis had two hits each for Le Mars.  In the second game, No. 6 (2A) Waterloo Columbus pulled away late to beat Le Mars 11-4.  The Sailors broke a 4-4 tie on a bases-loaded triple by Sydney Schultz in the fifth inning and Kayla Sproul’s two-run double made it a five-run inning and a 9-4 Columbus lead.  A pair of unearned runs in the seventh secured the win.  Brooke Haage, Grace Milbrodt and Katelyn Raymond had two hits each for Le Mars.  Raymond and Milbrodt both had RBI’s.

(high school baseball)

Spalding Catholic Tournament
(consolation semifinal) West Lyon 6, North Union 5
(semifinals) Remsen St. Mary’s 12, Sioux Center 4
(5th place) West Lyon 15, Gehlen Catholic 9
(3rd place) Sioux Center 6, Sioux Central 0
(championship) Remsen St. Mary’s 12, Boyden-Hull/Rock Valley 10

GRANVILLE — West Lyon scored seven runs in the fifth inning Saturday afternoon to snap a 5-all tie and the Wildcats went on to beat Gehlen Catholic 15-9 in the fifth place game of the Spalding Catholic baseball tournament in Granville.  The Jays had defensive issues once again, giving up ten unearned runs.  Gerardo Beltran, who took the loss on the mound for the Jays, led Gehlen offensively with three hits and a RBI.  Joey Pohlen had a two-run double for the Jays.  Dylan Snyders had a bases-loaded triple for West Lyon during the seven-run fifth inning.  Isaac Heyer had three hits and three RBI’s for the Cats.  The Jays, who fell to 13-and-9 for the season, have now dropped three of the last four since Thursday when their seven-game winning streak was halted by MMCRU in extra innings.

Prange Classic at Ankeny
Van Meter 7, Le Mars 1

ANKENY — Anthony Lowman and Brett Berg combined to four-hit the Le Mars Bulldogs Saturday afternoon to lead the Van Meter Bulldogs to a 7-1 win in the Prange Baseball Classic in Ankeny.  Kyle Kliever and Keaton Candor accounted for the Le Mars hits with two each.  Parker Magnussen’s sacrifice fly drove in the only Le Mars run in the first inning for an early 1-0 lead.  Van Meter took a 2-1 lead in the second inning and then added five runs in the fifth to put the game on ice.  Connor Guess had three hits and Mitch Pomeroy drove in three runs to lead Van Meter, who outhit Le Mars 11-4.  Logan Lancaster, the first of three Le Mars pitcher’s in the game, took the loss.  Le Mars falls to 13-and-8 for the season while Van Meter improves to 21-and-2.  They return to Lakes Conference play Monday at Cherokee.

(little league)

Rays 5, Mariners 4
Orioles 14, Giants 7
(championship game) Royals 11, Reds 5

Raiders 10, Foxes 8
Falcons 10, Hawks 8

Dodgers 8, Yankees 6
Rockies 6, White Sox 5
Phils 8, Mets 2
Cubs 8, A’s 7
(championship game) Angels 13, Pirates 3

Lions 15, Broncos 15, tie
Spartans 8, Rockets 7
Eagles 15, Chargers 11
(championship game) Warriors 15, Panthers 14


2017 Major Girls 10 year old All-Stars 2017 Major Girls 11 & 12 year old All-Stars
Broncos Aspen Mosher Broncos Calla Langel
Broncos Ava Weiland Broncos Miyah Whitehead Major Girls & Junior Girls will host a 
Chargers Tae’a Barker Chargers Jenna Allen tournament in Le Mars on July 8th
Chargers Zoe Wittkop Eagles Sophie Buhman
Eagles Emma Anderson Eagles Payton Wright Junior Boys  will host a tournament 
Eagles Stella Hector Lions Sarah Brown in Le Mars on July 8th
Lions Alyssa Dreckman Panthers Makenzi Alesch
Lions Madison Huls Rockets Nevaeh Hodgson Major Boys – 10 play at Kirk Hansen
Panthers Natalie Vanderloo Rockets Corra Yockey Park in Sioux City starting July 5th
Rockets Emerson Schmidt Spartans Lizzie Koonce
Spartans Addison Bogh Warriors Jayden Barthole Major Boys – 11 play in Le Mars
Warriors Haley Lubben Warriors Jasmine Lubben starting July 5th
Manager Tyler Huls Manager TJ Buhman Major Boys – 12 play at Pulaski Park
Coach Mandy Weiland Coach Mark Buhman in Sioux City starting July 6th
Coach Kari Schmidt Coach Ryan Wright
2017 Major Boys 10 year old All-Stars 2017 Major Boys 11 year old All-Stars 2017 Major Boys 12 year old All-Stars
Angels Jake Bogen Angels Braeden Bosma Angels David Begnoche
Angels Dylan Bosma Angels Kole Carpenter Angels Aiden Spangler
Angels Austin Hall A’s Landen Reuter A’s Brayden Dreckman
Angels Graden Van Essen Cubs Teagen Kasel A’s Keaton Logan
Cubs Tate Murphy Cubs Chase Peterson Cubs Conner Peterson
Dodgers Jacob Plueger Dodgers Evan Pratt Dodgers Brandon Grosenheider
Phils Alex Peters Mets Ryan Augustine Dodgers Matthew Vondrak
Rockies Colby Den Hartog Phils Jaxten Kramer Mets Connor Kraft
WhiteSox Carter Baumgartner Pirates Dylan Susemihl Phils Zayne Weiland
WhiteSox Keegan Gengler Rockies Cooper Den Hartog Pirates Carson Jager
Yankees Cole Brownmiller Rockies Evan Jalas Pirates Carter Kellen
Yankees Sebastian MacGregor Yankees Hunter Van Zee Rockies Connor Jalas
Yankees Gabe Wiltgen WhiteSox Keaton Bonderson
Manager Jacob Hall Manager Jeff Kramer Manager Loi Kraft
Coach Skyler Wheeler Coach Benji Kasel Coach Matt Reuter
Coach Curt Gengler Coach Bob Augustine Coach Matt Grosenheider
2017 Junior Girls All-Stars 2017 Junior Boys All-Stars
Falcons Avery Pratt Giants Ryan Brown
Falcons Samantha Schiefen Giants Mason Parrott
Falcons Alianna VanDerWeide Mariners Braiden Hurd
Foxes Maggie Allen Mariners Ryan Livermore
Foxes Averie Morgan Orioles Carter Alcorn
Foxes Jade Susemihl Orioles Reece Spieler
Hawks Addison Hartman Rays Carter Arens
Hawks Libby Leraas Rays Jaxon Baumgartner
Hawks Molly Scheitler Reds Donavon Daggett
Raiders Hannah Albrecht Reds Ethan Kuiken
Raiders Kelsey Feuerhelm Royals Alec Dreckman
Raiders Mackenzie Kunkel Royals Caleb Dreckman
Royals Brady Williams
Manager Gabe Morgan Manager Brian Williams
Coach Dave Leraas Coach Bob Livermore
Coach Dave Albrecht Coach Steve Spieler

(American Association baseball)

Sioux City Explorers 4, Kansas City T-Bones 2

(major league baseball)

San Diego 7, Detroit 3

Texas 8, N.Y. Yankees 1
Oakland 10, Chicago White Sox 2
Kansas City 3, Toronto 2
Baltimore 8, Tampa Bay 3
Minnesota 4, Cleveland 2
L.A. Angels 6, Boston 3
Houston 5, Seattle 2

Washington 18, Cincinnati 3
Chicago Cubs 5, Miami 3
Atlanta 3, Milwaukee 1
N.Y. Mets 5, San Francisco 2
Pittsburgh 7, St. Louis 3
L.A. Dodgers 4, Colorado 0
Arizona 9, Philadelphia 2



(little league minor fun night)

Rockers 1, Sting 1, tie
Sparks 4, Heat 2
Storm 0, Liberty 0, tie
Stars 1, Comets 0

Astros 4, Twins 3
Padres 7, Cards 1
Blue Jays 7, Red Sox 4
Rangers 7, Braves 0
Nationals 4,

(American Association baseball)

Kansas City T-Bones 3, Sioux City Explorers 2

(major league baseball)

Detroit 7, San Diego 5

Baltimore 8, Tampa Bay 5
Minnesota 4, Cleveland 0
L.A. Angels 4, Boston 2
Texas 7, N.Y. Yankees 6
Oakland 5, Chicago White Sox 3
Toronto 8, Kansas City 2
Houston 8, Seattle 2

Miami 4, Chicago Cubs 2
Cincinnati 6, Washington 2
Milwaukee 7, Atlanta 0
N.Y. Mets 8, San Francisco 2
Arizona 2, Philadelphia 1, 11 innings
L.A. Dodgers 12, Colorado 6
St. Louis 8, Pittsburgh 4