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KLEM Local Schedule (week of May 28)


MONDAY RESULTS – May 28 (Memorial Day)

(high school baseball)

Le Mars (1-4) 4, Sioux City West 3, 8 innings

LE MARS — Anthony Lamoreux delivered a bases-loaded, walk-off single in the bottom of the eighth inning Monday night to lift Le Mars to a 4-3, extra-inning victory over Sioux City West.  The win was the first of the year for Le Mars as the Bulldogs improve to 1-and-4.  Alec Dreckman earned the win in relief after starter Trevor Renken turned in a solid seven innings of work, giving up six hits, one walk and eight strike outs.  Dreckman worked a perfect eighth inning.  Chris Deiterman led a 12-hit attack with three hits, including a RBI double.  Gabe Eckstaine had two hits with an RBI double.

(N-H-L Stanley Cup Finals)

Vegas 6, Washington 4 (Vegas leads series, 1-0)

(N-B-A basketball playoffs)

Golden State 101, Houston 92 (Golden State wins series, 4-3)

(major league baseball)

Washington 6, Baltimore 0

Boston 8, Toronto 3
Houston 5, N-Y Yankees 1
Detroit 9, L-A Angels 3
Tampa Bay 1, Oakland 0, 13 innings
Cleveland 9, Chicago White Sox 6
Seattle 2, Texas 1
Minnesota 8, Kansas City 5

(game one) Atlanta 4, N-Y Mets 3
(game two) N-Y Mets 8, Atlanta 5
Chicago Cubs 7, Pittsburgh 0
Milwaukee 8, St. Louis 3
Arizona 12, Cincinnati 5
Miami 7, San Diego 2
Colorado 6, San Francisco 5, 10 innings
L-A Dodgers 5, Philadelphia 4






(1A @ Marshalltown)  TEAMS — 1st-New London (367), 5th-Akron-Westfield (389), 6th-Woodbury Central (394), & 9th-Hinton (410).    INDIVIDUALS:  1st-Casey Noble (New London) (77), 7th-Sally Gallagher (Woodbury Central) (83),  30th-Tori Galles (Remsen St. Mary’s) (96), 34th-Rachel Sohn (South O’Brien) (98) and 43rd-Sara Sappingfield (Lawton-Bronson) (100).      Akron-Westfield scores:  Autumn Bundy (14th-90), Brooke Koele (29th-95), Danika Smith (99), Alayna Mullinix (105) & Kayla Johnson (109).      Hinton scores:  Mackenzie Grenko (98), Lauren Kipp (99), Hannah Vondrak (101), Emma Webb (112), Claire Kipp (113), & Lizzy Nohr (113).

(2A @ Lake Panarama)  TEAMS:  1st-Van Meter (361), 3rd-Okoboji (378), 4th-Unity Christian (386), 6th-Alta-Aurelia (393).        INDIVIDUALS:  1st-Morgan Weber (Dike-New Hartford) (75), 2nd-Anna Patton (Alta-Aurelia (78), 5th-Hannah Butler (Okoboji) (82), 21st-Justine Malenke (Unity Christian) (93), 47th-Sydney Fundermann (MVAOCOU) (104).

(3A at Ames)  TEAM:  10th-M-O-C/Floyd Valley.  INDIVIDUALS:   1st-Britta Snyder (Gilbert) (70),  T9th-Marissa Weeks (Spirit Lake) (83), 22nd-Alexa Arends (M-O-C/Floyd Valley (87).

(4A at Marshalltown)  no qualifiers from Siouxland.

(high school softball)

Sergeant Bluff-Luton at Le Mars – ppd.

(high school baseball)

Le Mars at Boyden-Hull/Rock Valley (at Rock Valley) – ppd.

Gehlen Catholic at West Sioux – ppd.

(little league)

all games were postponed

(major league baseball)

Washington 3, Baltimore 2

Cleveland 7, Chicago White Sox 3
N-Y Yankees 6, Houston 5, 10 innings
Boston 8, Toronto 3
L-A Angels 9, Detroit 2
Kansas City 2, Minnesota 1, 14 innings
Tampa Bay 4, Oakland 1
Texas 9, Seattle 5

Chicago Cubs 8, Pittsburgh 6
Atlanta 7, N-Y Mets 6
St. Louis 6, Milwaukee 1
Colorado 11, San Francisco 4
Arizona 5, Cincinnati 2
San Diego 9, Miami 5
Philadelphia 6, L-A Dodgers 1





SINGLES — Le Mars’ Elizabeth Ihrke won her first round match 6-3, 4-6, 6-2 but lost in the second round 2-6, 2-6.  That dropped her into the consolation bracket where she won 6-3, 7-5 to advance to a 9:30 Thursday morning match.



(1A @ Marshalltown)  TEAMS — T1st-New London & Iowa Valley (740), 4th-Akron-Westfield (768), 8th-Woodbury Central (793), & 9th-Hinton (808).    INDIVIDUALS:  1st- Casey Noble (New London) (77-76=153), 4th- Sally Gallagher (Woodbury Central) (83-80=163),  22nd- Tori Galles (Remsen St. Mary’s) (96-91=187), 38th- Sara Sappingfield (Lawton-Bronson) (100-95=195) and 39th- Rachel Sohn (South O’Brien) (98-97=195).      Akron-Westfield scores:  Autumn Bundy (19th- 90-95=185), Brooke Koele (95-100=195), Danika Smith (99-96=195), Alayna Mullinix (105-94=199) & Kayla Johnson (109-94=203).      Hinton scores:  Lauren Kipp (99-95=194) ,Mackenzie Grenko (98-100=198),  Hannah Vondrak (101-100=201), Lizzy Nohr (113-103=216), Claire Kipp (113-104=217) & Emma Webb (112-107=219).

(2A @ Lake Panarama)  TEAMS:  1st-Van Meter (733), 3rd-Okoboji (747), 4th-Unity Christian (776), T6th-Alta-Aurelia (788).        INDIVIDUALS:  1st- Morgan Weber (Dike-New Hartford) (75-73=148), 3rd- Anna Patton (Alta-Aurelia (78-83=161), 4th- Hannah Butler (Okoboji) (82-81=163), 33rd-Justine Malenke (Unity Christian) (93-101=194), 48th-Sydney Fundermann (MVAOCOU) (104-108=212).

(3A at Ames)  TEAM:  1st- Washington (328), 10th-M-O-C/Floyd Valley (396).  INDIVIDUALS:   1st- Britta Snyder (Gilbert) (70-72=142),  T7th- Marissa Weeks (Spirit Lake) (83-82=165), T29th- Alexa Arends (M-O-C/Floyd Valley (87-92=179).

(4A at Marshalltown)  TEAM:  1st- Waukee (680).  INDIVDIDUALS:  1st- Brooke Boardman (Waukee) (75-76=153).  No Siouxland teams or players qualified.

(high school softball)

South O’Brien 6, Gehlen Catholic (1-5/1-1) 4

LE MARS — Bailey Tjossem got Gehlen’s leading hitter, Anna Britt, to pop out to short to end the game, stranding runners at second and third as South O’Brien held on for a 6-4 War Eagle Conference softball win over Gehlen Catholic Wednesday night at the Riverview Complex.  Tjossem walked eight while scattering eight hits, giving the Lady Jays a scoring opportunity in every inning.  Gehlen stranded 13 base runners.  Taryn Hintz belted a two-run homer in the first for the Wolverines and Anna Friedrichsen’s two-run single in the third gave South O’Brien an early 4-0 advantage.  RBI singles by Sydney Livermore and Anna Britt cut the lead to 4-2 in the fourth.  Two unearned runs in the sixth extended the lead to 6-2 before the Jays plated one run in each of the final two innings.  Addison Weber singled home a sixth inning run and Livermore had her second RBI hit of the game in the seventh.  Brooke Woerdehoff took the loss, working the first three innings before eighth-grader, Rylee Schnepf, finished the final four innings.  Gehlen falls to 1-and-5 for the season and 1-and-1 in the W-E-C.

(high school baseball)

Gehlen Catholic (1-3/1-1) 15, South O’Brien 0, 4 innings

LE MARS — Colin Buddin fired a one-hit shutout with 12 strikeouts to pitch Gehlen Catholic to a 15-0, four inning, thumping of South O’Brien in a War Eagle Conference baseball match-up at the Riverview Complex Wednesday night.  The win was the first for the Jays after an 0-and-3 start under new coach Greer Milledge.  Their War Eagle record improves to 1-and-1 heading into a game at Unity Christian Friday night.  Gehlen had nine hits in the game with Jeff Augustine, Cole Wiltgen and Xavier Roberts getting two each.  Cole Linden, Colin Buddin, Isaac Herbst and Lucas McCarty finished the game with two RBI’s each.  South O’Brien issued six walks.  Gehlen finally got the running game going with seven stolen bases.

(little league)

Sparks 11, Comets 0
Storm 9, Hurricanes 6
Stars 12, Heat 12, tie
Lightning 5, Thunder 3

Mariners 6, Rays 1

Falcons 5, Foxes 4
Hawks 9, Raiders 3

Chargers 9, Spartans 7
Eagles 10, Panthers 7
Rockets 10, Lions 4
Warriors 9, Broncos 7

(N-H-L Stanley Cup Finals)

Washington 3, Vegas 2 (series tied, 1-1)

LAS VEGAS — The Stanley Cup final is tied at a game apiece after Braden Holtby stopped 37 shots and Brooks Orpik scored the eventual game-winner in the Washington Capitals’ 3-2 victory at Las Vegas. Orpik gave the Capitals a 3-1 lead in the second period with his first goal in 220 games, about four minutes after teammate Alex Ovechkin notched his 13th goal of the postseason to put Washington ahead to stay. Holtby kept the Caps ahead with a nifty save on Alex Tuch in front of the crease in the final two minutes.

(major league baseball)

Washington 2, Baltimore 0

Boston 6, Toronto 4
Cleveland 9, Chicago White Sox 1
N-Y Yankees 5, Houston 3
Detroit 6, L-A Angels 1
Kansas City 11, Minnesota 8
Tampa Bay 6, Oakland 0
Texas 7, Seattle 6

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





SINGLES — Le Mars’ Elizabeth Ihrke lost in the second round of consolation play 3-6, 4-6.  She finished 8th after losing 6-6(3-6), 3-6 in the 7th place match.

(high school baseball)

Boyden-Hull/Rock Valley 11, Le Mars (1-5) 2

ROCK VALLEY — Boyden-Hull/Rock Valley jumped on the Le Mars Bulldogs for nine first inning runs and the Nighthawks won the non-conference baseball match-up 11-2 in Rock Valley Thursday night.  The game was a make-up from Tuesday’s postponement.  Cade Moser led the Nighthawks’ ten-hit attack with four hits and two RBI’s.  Trey Huyser, Seth Rozeboom, and  Dylan Harman also drove in two runs each.  Huyser and Rozeboom combined on a seven-hitter with 13 strikeouts.  Gabe Eckstaine had two hits and three stolen bases for the Bulldogs and Brandon Hager and Anthony Lamoreux drove in the two Le Mars runs in the fourth inning.  Le Mars falls to 1-and-5 while Boyden-Hull/Rock Valley improves to 4-and-0.

(little league)

Iron Birds 6, Knights 5
Bulls 13, Red Wings 7
Bats 12, River Bandits 9
Timber Rattlers/Grasshoppers  &  Tin Cups/Raptors – no scores turned in

Orioles 5, Giants 2
Royals 10, Reds 3

Cubs 4, Angels 3
Dodgers 7, A’s 6
Yankees 5, White Sox 4
Pirates 7, Mets 2
Rockies 9, Phils 8

Foxes 11, Raiders 10

(N-B-A finals)

Golden State 124, Cleveland 114, OT (Golden State leads series, 1-0)

OAKLAND, Calif. — LeBron James poured in 51 points, but the Golden State Warriors took Game 1 of the NBA Finals by downing the Cleveland Cavaliers, 124-114 in overtime. Stephen Curry scored 29 points and Kevin Durant had 26 with nine rebounds for the defending champs. The Cavs had a chance to win it in regulation, but J.R. Smith grabbed a rebound and ran out the clock thinking Cleveland had gone ahead when George Hill hit one of two free throws with 4.7 seconds left.

(major league baseball)

Detroit 6, L-A Angels 2
Oakland 7, Tampa Bay 3
N-Y Yankees at Baltimore, ppd.
Cleveland 9, Minnesota 8
Houston 4, Boston 2
Seattle 6, Texas 1

Chicago Cubs 5, N-Y Mets 1
St. Louis 10, Pittsburgh 8
Atlanta 4, Washington 2
Philadelphia 2, L-A Dodgers 1
San Diego 8, Miami 3




(high school softball)

Unity Christian 8, Gehlen Catholic (1-6 4/1-2) 4

ORANGE CITY — Unity Christian overcame an early 4-0 deficit to beat Gehlen Catholic 8-4 Friday night in War Eagle Conference softball action in Orange City.  The Lady Knights scored twice in the fourth and then took the lead with a four-run fifth.  Anna DeHaan allowed two hits, one earned run and struck out nine in the pitching circle and she also belted a two-run homer.  Katie Vander Stoep drove in two runs.  Sydney Livermore tripled for one of the two Gehlen hits.  The win was the first for Unity Christian after an 0-and-4 start.  Gehlen falls to 1-and-6 for the season and 1-and-2 in the W-E-C.

(high school baseball)

Unity Christian 6, Gehlen Catholic (1-4/1-2) 4

Le Mars (2-5/1-0) 8, Spirit Lake 2

ORANGE CITY — Gehlen Catholic outhit Unity Christian 10-7 but the Knights struck for four runs in the fourth inning to erase a 2-1 deficit and Unity won their War Eagle Conference baseball match-up with the Jays 6-4 Friday night in Orange City.  Lucas McCarty had three hits, including a double, and drove in three runs for Gehlen.  Jeff Augustine added two hits for the Jays.  Cole Linden worked the first four innings on the mound, giving up six hits and five runs, three of which were earned.  Isaac Herbst pitched the final two innings for Gehlen.  Micah Goslinga earned the win for Unity Christian.  He struck out seven.  The outcome leaves both the Knights and Jays at 1-and-4.  Gehlen falls to 1-and-2 in league play.

SPIRIT LAKE —   Senior Gabe Eckstaine came within one out of pitching a complete game and had a key two-run single to highlight a four-run fourth inning to lead the Le Mars Bulldogs to an 8-2 Lakes Conference victory over Spirit Lake Friday night.  Eckstaine ran out of gas in the seventh inning, giving up a one-out home run to Austin Jennings and then a two-out single and walk.  Alec Dreckman came on in relief and threw one pitch to get a ground out to short to end the game.  Eckstaine finished with a six-hitter with two walks and ten strikeouts to win for the first time in three decisions this season.  The Dogs bunched four of their six hits into the fourth inning.  Brandon Hager followed Eckstaine’s bases-loaded two-run hit with an RBI-single to left.  Hager had two hits and two RBI’s to lead the Le Mars offense.  The Bulldogs improve to 2-and-5 for the season and the defending Lakes Conference champions are off to a 1-and-0 start in the league.

(major league baseball)

Chicago White Sox 8, Milwaukee 3

N-Y Yankees 4, Baltimore 1
Detroit 5, Toronto 2
Houston 7, Boston 3
Minnesota 7, Cleveland 4
Oakland 16, Kansas City 0
L-A Angels 6, Texas 0
Seattle 4, Tampa Bay 3, 13 innings

Chicago Cubs 7, N-Y Mets 4
Atlanta 4, Washington 0
Pittsburgh 4, St. Louis 0
L-A Dodgers 11, Colorado 8
Arizona 9, Miami 1
Cincinnati 7, San Diego 2
San Francisco 4, Philadelphia 0




(high school softball)

C-Y-O Tournament at Carroll
Kuemper Catholic 10, Gehlen Catholic (1-7) 2

CARROLL — Anna Wanninger belted a three-run homer and eighth-grader Kenzie Schon drove in four runs on three hits, including a triple, to lead Kuemper Catholic to a 10-2 C-Y-O softball win over Gehlen Catholic Saturday in Carroll.  Wanninger was also the winning pitcher, allowing six hits in four innings before giving the pitching chores over to eighth-grader, Chloe Venteicher for the final three innings.  The two combined to strike out eight.  Sydney Livermore had a two-run triple for Gehlen.  The Lady Jays fall to 1-and-7.  (NOTE:  no Gehlen stats are available at this time)

(N-H-L Stanley Cup finals)

Washington 3, Vegas 1 (Washington leads series, 2-1)

WASHINGTON — Evgeny Kuznetsov scored the game-winner and had an assist as the Washington Capitals earned a 3-1 win over the Vegas Golden Knights to take a two-games-to-one lead in the Stanley Cup final. Alex Ovechkin put the Caps ahead with his league-leading 14th goal of the postseason 70 seconds into the second period. Braden Holtby stopped 21 shots and blanked the Golden Knights until his giveaway led to Tomas Nosek’s goal 3:29 into the third period.

(major league baseball)

Milwaukee 5, Chicago White Sox 0

N-Y Yankees 8, Baltimore 5
Detroit, 7, Toronto 4
Kansas City 5, Oakland 4
Minnesota 7, Cleveland 1
Boston 5, Houston 4
Texas 3, L-A Angels 2, 10 innings
Seattle 3, Tampa Bay 1

St. Louis 3, Pittsburgh 2
Washington 5, Atlanta 3, 14 innings
Chicago Cubs 7, N-Y Mets 1, 14 innings
L-A Dodgers 12, Colorado 4
Arizona 6, Miami 2
San Diego 8, Cincinnati 2
San Francisco 2, Philadelphia 0




(high school softball)

C-Y-O Tournament at Carroll
Fort Dodge St. Edmond 9, Gehlen Catholic (1-8) 3

CARROLL — Ella Vratny threw a no-hitter with one walk and seven strike outs as Fort Dodge Edmond beat Gehlen Catholic 9-3 in C-Y-O softball action Sunday in Carroll.  The Lady Gaels unleashed a 15-hit attack, led by Audrey Kolacia’s three hits, three runs and three RBI’s.  Jocy Timmerman and Jacque Oberg also had three hits each for St. Ed’s.  Addison Weber drove in all three runs for the Lady Jays with a triple.   Gehlen falls to 1-and-8 for the season.

(high school baseball)

C-Y-O Tournament at Carroll
Bishop Heelan 15, Gehlen Catholic (1-5) 3, 5 innings
Kuemper 13, Gehlen Catholic (1-6) 2, 5 innings

CARROLL — Bishop Heelan’s T.J. Chamberlain limited Gehlen Catholic to four hits and struck out eight batters to pitch the Crusaders to a 15-3 victory in five innings Sunday afternoon at the C-Y-O Baseball Classic in Carroll.  Hunter Hope had five RBI’s for Heelan.  Colin Budden accounted for all of the Jays runs with a three-run homer in the third inning that cut the Heelan lead to 4-3.  The Crusaders answered with five runs in their half of the third and added six more an inning later.  Cole Wiltgen took the loss for the Jays.

In game two, Kuemper Catholic wiped out a 2-0 Gehlen lead with a 13-run third inning and went on to beat the Jays 13-2 in five innings.  Gehlen got RBI hits from Isaac Herbst and Elijah Freking in the first two innings to stake Colin Buddin to the early lead.  Kuemper got to Buddin in the third, taking advantage of walks, errors and hits to turn the game into a route.  Buddin only gave up two hits but walked six.  Lucas McCarty worked the final two innings.  The two combined to walk eight batters, give up six hits and ten unearned runs.  The two losses drop the Jays to 1-and-6 for the season.

(N-B-A finals)

Golden State 122, Cleveland 103 (Golden State leads series, 2-0)

OAKLAND, Calif. — Stephen Curry dazzled in outdueling LeBron James as the two superstars traded big shots and celebratory moves, hitting an NBA Finals-record nine 3-pointers and scoring 33 points to lead the Golden State Warriors to a 122-103 victory over the Cleveland Cavaliers on Sunday night for 2-0 lead.  Kevin Durant scored 26 points to go with nine rebounds and seven assists and Klay Thompson added 20 points.  James finished with 29 points, 13 assists and nine rebounds.  Game 3 is Wednesday night in Cleveland.

(major league baseball)

Chicago White Sox 6, Milwaukee 1

N-Y Yankees at Baltimore, ppd.
Toronto 8, Detroit 4
Oakland 5, Kansas City 1
Minnesota 7, Cleveland 5
Seattle 2, Tampa Bay 1
L-A Angels 3, Texas 1
Boston 9, Houston 3

St. Louis 5, Pittsburgh 0
Atlanta 4, Washington 2
Chicago Cubs 2, N-Y Mets 0
L-A Dodgers 10, Colorado 7
Arizona 6, Miami 1
San Francisco 6, Philadelphia 1
San Diego 6, Cincinnati 3