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KLEM Local Schedule (week of June 11)




Cherokee Washington 6, Le Mars (5-8/0-4) 5

Gehlen Catholic (5-10/3-3) 2, Harris-Lake Park 1

CHEROKEE – Cherokee scored four runs in the bottom of the sixth inning to erase a 5-2 deficit and the Braves avoided an upset at the hands of Le Mars with a 6-5 victory Monday night in Lakes Conference softball.  Le Mars capitalized on two Cherokee errors andf a RBI single by Katelyn Raymond in the top of the sixth inning to take a 5-2 lead.  Cherokee sent eight batters to the plate in the bottom of the sixth, collecting five hits to score four times.  Payton Slaughter’s two single tied the game and Lily Anderson followed with another RBi hit to put the Braves in front.  Le Mars went down in order in the top of the seventh.  Katelyn Raymond and Brooke Haage had two hits each for the Lady Bulldogs.  The loss drops Le Mars to 5-and-8 for the season and 0-and-4 in the Lakes Conference.  Cherokee improved their record to 12-and-4 for the season and 4-and-1 in league play.

GRANVILLE — Annissa Kleich singled to drive in the go-ahead run in the bottom of the sixth inning Monday night in Granville and Brooke Wordehoff threw a shutout seventh inning to nail down a 2-1 War Eagle Conference softball win over Harris-Lake Park.  Woerdehoff went the distance to earn the win.  Gehlen improves to 5-and-10 for the season and evens their War Eagle Conference record at 3-and-3.


Le Mars (5-6/3-1) 5, Cherokee Washington 3

Gehlen Catholic (2-9/2-4) 8, Harris-Lake Park 0

CHEROKEE — Le Mars took advantage of two costly errors by Cherokee to score four runs in the fourth inning and the Bulldogs beat the Braves 5-3 Monday night in Lakes Conference baseball action at Cherokee.  Cherokee snapped a 1-all tie with two runs in the third but Le Mars quickly wiped out the 3-1 deficit with the go-ahead runs in the fourth.  After the first four batters got aboard for Le Mars in the fourth inning, Ote Albrecht’s single plated one run and a pair of throwing errors plated two more runs.  A sacrifice fly by Anthony Lamoreux capped the scoring.  Cade Webner worked five innings of four-hit ball with six strikeouts to earn his first win.  Alec Arens worked two shutout innings for the save, although the game ended with runners at second and third for Cherokee.  Arens didn’t allow a hit and struck out three batters.  Le Mars improves to 5-and-6 for the season and 3-and-1 in the Lakes Conference.  Cherokee has now lost ten straight to fall to 1-and-12.  The Braves are 0-and-5 in the Lakes Conference.

GRANVILLE — Senior Isaac Herbst tossed a no-hitter as Gehlen Catholic halted a six-game losing streak with an 8-0 victory over Harris-Lake Park in War Eagle Conference baseball Monday night in Granville.  Herbst walked one and struck out five.  Elijah Freking had a double and triple for the Jays and scored twice.  Jeff Augustine and Jordan Von Arb drove in two runs each.  Gehlen improves to 2-and-9 for the season and 2-and-4 in league play.

(little league)

Bats 15, Grasshoppers 9 (make-up from June 7)
Iron Birds 17, Red Wings 11 (make-up from June 7)

Storm 5, Heat 0
Stars 5, Lightning 1
Hurricanes 2, Sparks 1
Thunder 11, Comets 2

Giants 7, Reds 6
Mariners 4, Orioles 3

Foxes 8, Raiders 6
Falcons 5, Hawks 4

Broncos 12, Eagles 9
Warriors 12, Rockets 6
Panthers 8, Spartans 7
Lions 7, Chargers 4

(major league baseball)

Boston 2, Baltimore 0, 12 innings
Tampa Bay 8, Toronto 4
Cleveland 4, Chicago White Sox 0
Seattle 5, L-A Angels 3

Miami 7, San Francisco 5
Chicago Cubs 7, Milwaukee 2, 11 innings
St. Louis 5, San Diego 2
Arizona 9, Pittsburgh 5





Le Mars (6-8) 10, M-O-C/Floyd Valley 3

ORANGE CITY — Senior Christina Konz belted a two-run homer to key a four-run first inning and added a RBI single in a four-run fourth as Le Mars overwhelmed M-O-C/Floyd Valley 10-3 Tuesday night in non-league softball play in Orange City.  Brooke Berkenpas paced a 14-hit attack with four hits while Konz and Grace Milbrodt added three hits each.  Milbrodt and Berkenpas also combined on a six-hitter in the pitching circle.  Milbrodt worked the first five innings and got the win while Berkenpas pitched the final two innings.  Le Mars improves their record to 6-and-8 for the season.


Le Mars (6-6) 6, M-O-C/Floyd Valley 0

ORANGE CITY — Trevor Renken fired a one-hit shutout with no walks and ten strike outs Tuesday night in Orange City to pitch Le Mars to a 6-0 non-league baseball victory over M-O-C/Floyd Valley.  The win evens the Bulldogs season record at 6-and-6.  Le Mars had ten hits, two each by Anthony Lamoreux, Brandon Hagar and Ote Albrecht.  Albrecht drove in three runs.  Jacob Kramer had the lone hit off of Renken for M-O-C/Floyd Valley.  The Dutch fall to 5-and-9 for the season.

(little league)

Bulls 2, Grasshoppers 0
Knights 0, River Bandits 0, tie
Bats 5, Raptors 1
Timber Rattlers 9, Iron Birds 3
Tin Cups vs. Red Wings – no score turned in

Royals 13, Mariners 7
Rays 13, Orioles 3

Cubs 10, A’s 0
Angels 6, Pirates 5
Phils 14, Mets 9
Dodgers 11, Yankees 6
Rockies 7, White Sox 4

(major league baseball)

N-Y Yankees 3, Washington 0
Cincinnati 5, Kansas City 1, 10 innings
L-A Dodgers 12, Texas 5

Boston 6, Baltimore 4
Minnesota 6, Detroit 4
Tampa Bay 4, Toronto 1
Chicago White Sox 5, Cleveland 1
Houston 6, Oakland 3
Seattle 6, L-A Angels 3

Philadelphia 5, Colorado 4
Miami 3, San Francisco 1
Atlanta 8, N-Y Mets 2
Milwaukee 4, Chicago Cubs 0
San Diego 4, St. Louis 2
Arizona 13, Pittsburgh 8





Le Mars (7-8/1-4) 2, Western Christian 1

West Sioux 7, Gehlen Catholic (5-11) 4

LE MARS — Jenn Schneider drove in the go-ahead run with a RBI fielder’s choice in the fifth inning Wednesday night and Le Mars edged Western Christian 2-1 in Lakes Conference softball at the Bulldog Complex.  The victory was the first in five conference games for the Lady Bulldogs and improved their season record to 7-and-8.  Kady Leusink scored the first Le Mars run in the second inning on a passed ball.  Brook Berkenpas threw a complete game, four-hitter for Le Mars.  Alyssa Buren limited Le Mars to four hits while taking the loss.

LE MARS — Tasha Peterson limited Gehlen Catholic to four hits and West Sioux beat the Lady Jays 7-4 in a non-league softball game Wednesday night at the Riverview Complex.  Anna Britt and Chloe Bunkers had a double each while Kennedy Heying and Annissa Kleich had singles for the Lady Jays only hits.  West Sioux built a 7-1 lead before Gehlen scored twice in the sixth and adde another run in the seventh to make it interesting.  Shayden Blankenship and Erika McKenny led a 13-hit West Sioux attack with three hits each.  Gehlen falls to 5-and-11 for the season while West Sioux improves to 15-and-5.


Le Mars (7-6/4-1) 9, Western Christian 7

West Sioux 8, Gehlen Catholic (2-10) 0

LE MARS —  Le Mars scored in every inning Wednesday night, building a 9-4 lead before holding off a seventh inning rally by WEstern Christian to win 9-7 in a Lakes Conference baseball match-up at the Bulldog Complex.  The Wolfpack scored three runs in the seventh before Zach Spieler halted the rally.  Chris Deiterman led a 13-hit attack for Le Mars with three hits, including a double.  Gabe Eckstaine had a double and triple, each producing an RBI and Connor Ouradnik had a two-run single.  The Bulldogs had five extra base hits.  Sophomore Camden Schroeder earned the win with relief help from Logan Lancaster and Spieler.  Le Mars has now won four in a row to improve to 7-and-6 for the season and 4-and-1 in Lakes Conference play.

LE MARS — Senior Jake Lynott took the mound for the first time since pulling a hamstring at the State track meet last month and threw two-hit ball through six innings, striking out 14 to pitch West Sioux to an 8-0 win over Gehlen Catholic Wednesday night at the Riverview Complex.  Lynott also socked his first home run of the season, a two-run shot to left that extended a 1-0 lead to 3-0 in the fourth inning.  The Falcons scored four runs in the seventh to turn the game into a one-sided affair.  Elijah Freking broke up Lynott’s no-hit bid with a double down the left field line in the fifth.  Freshman Zach Kraft added a single in the sixth for the Jays.  Colin Budden took the loss.  He left the game in the fifth after getting hit in the ankle by a line drive off the bat of Hunter Dekkers.  Gehlen falls to 2-and-10 for the season and West Sioux improves to 8-and-5 with their fifth straight victory.

(little league)

all games rained out — junior girls and major girls games will be made up on Friday.  The minor girls and pee wee girls and the one boys game will be rescheduled for June 27th.

(major league baseball)

Washington 5, N-Y Yankees 4
Cincinnati 7, Kansas City 0
L-A Dodgers 3, Texas 2, 11 innings

Boston 5, Baltimore 1
Seattle 8, L-A Angels 6
Tampa Bay 1, Toronto 0
Chicago White Sox 3, Cleveland 2
Houston 13, Oakland 5
Detroit 5, Minnesota 2

Pittsburgh 5, Arizona 4
Milwaukee 1, Chicago Cubs 0
Atlanta 2, N-Y Mets 0
Miami 5, San Francisco 4
San Diego 4, St. Louis 2
Colorado 7, Philadelphia 2




(high school softball)

Le Mars (8-8) 5, Sioux City East 4

Gehlen Catholic (6-11/4-3) 15, Clay Central-Everly 2, six innings

LE MARS — Brooke Haage completed an amazing seventh inning rally with a walk-off, two-out, RBI single to cap a five-run inning that wiped out a 4-0 deficit as Le Mars edged Sioux City East 5-4 Thursday night in high school softball action at the Bulldog Complex.  Annie Ellis tied the game with a two-run double just before Haage’s game-ending hit.  Ellis finished with two hits for the Lady Bulldogs.  Brook Berkenpas threw a complete-game to get the pitching win.  Le Mars improves to 8-and-8 for the season.

EVERLY — The Gehlen Catholic girls softball team unleashed a season-high 18 hit attack Thursday night at Everly and the Lady Jays beat Clay Central-Everly 15-2 in six innings in War Eagle Conference play.  Addison Weber had four hits to lead Gehlen with Sydney Livermore, Katie Peters, and Chloe Bunkers collecting three hits each.  Rylee Schnepf got the win with three scoreless innings of relief.  The Lady Jays improve to 4-and-3 in the War Eagle Conference and 6-and-11 for the season.

(high school baseball)

Sioux City East 11, Le Mars (7-7) 9

Gehlen Catholic (3-10/3-4) 22, Clay Central-Everly 0, four innings

LE MARS — Sioux City East halted the Bulldogs four-game winning streak by beating Le Mars 11-9 Thursday night in a non-league baseball match-up at the Bulldog Sports Complex.  The Dogs scored three runs in the first and four more in the third to take a 7-3 lead before the Black Raiders stormed back to tie the game at 7-all after five innings.  A three-run sixth put East in front to stay at 10-7.  Le Mars pulled to within 10-9 with two runs in their half of the sixth before East scored a final run in the seventh.  Gabe Eckstaine, the fourth Le Mars pitcher in the game, took the loss.  Jakob Bixenman and Chris Deiterman drove in two runs each for the Bulldogs and D.J. Drent had three RBI’s for Sioux City East.  Le Mars falls to 7-and-7 for the season while East is now 9-and-7.

ROYAL — The Gehlen Catholic boys got off to a fast start Thursday night in Royal and made quick work of the winless Clay Central-Everly Mavericks, 22-0 in four innings in War Eagle Conference play.  The Jays struck for five runs in the first inning and eight more runs in the second.  A three-run third and a six-run fourth ended the game on the ‘Mercy Rule’.  Gehlen had 16 hits, led by Jeff Augustine, Colin Budden, Lucas McCarty, Cole Wiltgen, Dylan Lehmann and Mitchell Hunt, all with two each.  Augustine and Budden each drove in three runs.  Winning pitcher Cole Linden threw a one-hit shut out for the Jays with six strikeouts.  Gehlen Catholic improves to 3-and-10 for the season and 3-and-4 in the W-E-C.

(little league)

Bulls 12, Knights 0
Bats 9, Timber Rattlers 1
Grasshoppers 5, Red Wings 0
River Bandits 5, Tin Cups 0
Iron Birds 2, Raptors 0

Royals 10, Giants 6
Reds 14, Rays 1

Phils 13, Pirates 1
Cubs 11, White Sox 0
Yankees 8, A’s 1
Dodgers 14, Mets 2
Rockies 6, Angels 4

(major league baseball)

Detroit 3, Minnesota 1
Cleveland 5, Chicago White Sox 2
Houston 7, Oakland 3
N-Y Yankees 6, Tampa Bay 3
Boston 2, Seattle 1

San Francisco 6, Miami 3, 16 innings
Philadelphia 9, Colorado 3
Atlanta 4, San Diego 2
Arizona 6, N-Y Mets 3




(little league make-up games from Wednesday)

Foxes 7, Falcons 6
Raiders 14, Hawks 10

Panthers 15, Warriors 9
Lions 20, Broncos 19
Spartans 8, Rockets 7
Chargers 18, Eagles 17

(major league baseball)

Toronto 6, Washington 5
Miami 2, Baltimore 0
Colorado 9, Texas  5

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

Pittsburgh 3, Cincinnati 2
San Diego 9, Atlanta 3
Milwaukee 13, Philadelphia 2
Chicago Cubs 13, St. Louis 5
Arizona 7, N-Y Mets 3
L-A Dodgers 3, San Francisco 2




(high school baseball)

Glenwood Invitational
Adel-DeSoto 3, Le Mars (7-8) 1
Glenwood 6, Le Mars (7-9) 4

GLENWOOD — The Le Mars Bulldogs slipped to 7-and-9 for the season with two losses at the Glenwood Classic Saturday.  Adel-DeSoto won a pitcher’s duel, 3-1, Saturday morning from Le Mars.  Spencer Collins’ two-run triple and Grant Curran’s RBI-double supplied Adel-DeSoto with all of their runs.  The Bulldogs were limited to four hits.  Logan Lancaster threw a complete game, seven-hitter for the Dogs, but took the loss.

In the second game of the day, Glenwood rallied from a 4-1 deficit to beat Le Mars 6-4 Saturday afternoon.  Brandon Hagar, Trevor Renken and Carter Arens drove in runs during a four-run second inning that gave the Bulldogs a 4-1 lead.  The Rams struck back with three runs in the fifth to tie the game and then a two-run sixth put Glenwood in front to stay.  Kaden Wray and Colton Schutte both delivered two-run doubles for Glenwood.  Michael Radford checked Le Mars to five hits and struck out seven for a complete game victory.  Cade Webner took the loss in relief.

(major league baseball)

Toronto 2, Washington 0
Miami 5, Baltimore 4
Rexas 5, Colorado 2

N-Y Yankees 4, Tampa Bay 1
Minnesota 9, Cleveland 3
Detroit 7, Chicago White Sox 5
Houston 10, Kansas City 2
Oakland 6, L-A Angels 4
Seattle 1, Boston 0

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




(major league baseball)

Toronto 8, Washington 6
Baltimore 10, Miami 4
Texas 13, Colorado 12

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

Cincinnati 8, Pittsburgh 6
Atlanta 4, San Diego 1
Philadelphia 10, Milwaukee 9
San Francisco 4, L-A Dodgers 1
N-Y Mets 5, Arizona 3
St. Louis 5, Chicago Cubs 0