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KLEM Local Schedule (week of April 29)

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MONDAY RESULTS – April 29

(track)

War Eagle Conference meet in Orange City

(girls results)  TEAM STANDINGS:  1. Unity Christian (164)  ..  2. South O’Brien (133)  ..  3. Gehlen Catholic (84)  ..  4. MMCRU (55)  ..  5. Akron-Westfield (51)  ..  6. Hartley-Melvin-Sanborn (47)  ..  7. Hinton (27)  ..  8. Clay Central-Everly (21)  ..  T9. West Sioux & Remsen St. Mary’s (3).

Gehlen Catholic results:  (first places)  DISCUS- Melinda Zubrod (104′ 2″)  ..  SHUTTLE HURDLE RELAY- (1:11.24)  ..  100-METER HURDLE- Sydney Livermore (:17.06).    (second places)  4X200 RELAY- (1:53.35).

Akron-Westfield first place results:  SHOT PUT- Jayla Berg (34′ 1 1/4″)  ..  200-METER DASH- Shaylee Siebens (:26.82).

MMCRU first place results:  3000-METER RUN- Kaitlyn Goth (11:55.69).

(boys results)  TEAM STANDINGS:  Unity Christian (141)  ..  2. Hinton (103)  ..  3. Gehlen Catholic (89)  ..  4. West Sioux (79)  ..  5. South O’Brien (73)  ..  6. Akron-Westfield (35)  .. Harris-Lake Park (26)  ..  8. Hartley-Melvin-Sanborn (23)  ..  9. MMCRU (16)  ..  10. Remsen St. Mary’s (3)  ..  11. Clay Central-Everly (1).

Gehlen Catholic results:  (first places)  3200-METER RUN- Will Roder (10:14.51)  ..  1600-METER RUN- Will Roder (4:43.21)  ..  DISTANCE MEDLEY RELAY- (3:51.70).    (second places) 400-METER HURDLES- Isaac Vaske (:57.17)  ..  SHUTTLE HURDLE RELAY- (1:07.07).

no other first place finishes for the Plymouth County schools

 

Tornado Relays in Storm Lake

(girls results)  TEAM STANDINGS:  1. Spencer (159)  ..  2. Sioux Center (107)  ..  3. Le Mars (105)  ..  4. Estherville/L-C (63)  ..  5. M-O-C/Floyd Valley (54)  ..  6. Cherokee (44)  ..  7. Kuemper Catholic (37)  ..  8. Storm Lake (20).

Le Mars results:  (first places)  4X400 RELAY-  (4:16.36)  ..  SPRINT MEDLEY RELAY- (1:57.15).     (second places) 1500-METER RUN- Maddie Hurt (5:26.60)  ..  3000-METER RUN- Maddie Hurt (12:09.01)  ..  LONG JUMP- Lilly McNaughton (15′ 10″)  ..  DISTANCE MEDLEY RELAY- (4:38.31) .

(boys results)  TEAM STANDINGS:  1. Spirit Lake (118)  ..  2. Le Mars (117)  ..  3. Spencer (114)  ..  4. Sioux Center (84)  ..  5. M-O-C/Floyd Valley (60)  ..  6. Estherville/L-C (50)  ..  7.  Storm Lake (35)  ..  8. Cherokee (9).

Le Mars results:  (first places)  110-METER HURDLES-  Ben Wadle (:15.32)  ..   4X100 RELAY- (:44.48) (Rasmussen-Lamoreux-Wadle-Ferguson)  ..  SHUTTLE HURDLE RELAY- (1:03.71) (Arens-E.Spieler-R.Spieler-Wadle) .    (second places) 200-METER DASH- Cody Ott (:23.70)  ..  1600-METER RUN- Landon Parmelee (4:55.54)  ..  400-METER HURDLES- Collin Boehmer (:59.99)  ..  4X200 RELAY- (1:36.86) (Rasmussen-Lamoreux-Ott-Ferguson)  ..  4X400 RELAY- (3:39.88) (Wurth-Lamoreux-Ott-E.Spieler)  ..  DISTANCE MEDLEY RELAY- (3:48.08) (Rasmussen-R.Spieler–E.Spieler-Parmelee).

(golf)

(G) Sibley-Ocheyedan Invitational  

TEAM STANDINGS:  1. Okoboji (186)  ..  2. Boyden-Hull (202)  ..  3. Unity Christian (210)  ..  4. Spirit Lake (215)  ..  5. Le Mars (215)  ..  6. Central Lyon (223)  ..  7. Cherokee (228).  (medalist)  Hannah Butler (Okoboji) 39.  (runner-up) Brialle Koerselman (Boyden-Hull) 45.  Le Mars scores:  Dani Hurt (48 – 8th), Abby Hoss (53), Haleigh Allyn (56), Emily Koonce (58), Sierra DeBoer (64) & Faith Laske (69).

 

(G) Hinton 210, Gehlen Catholic 232  —  (medalist) Claire Kipp (Hinton) 49.  (runner-up) Hannah Vondrak (Hinton) 52.  Hinton’s remaining scores: Hailey Rice (54), Lizzy Nohr (56), Hailey Rosenbaum (57), & Rylee Johnson (69).  Gehlen Catholic’s scores:  Harley Foreman (54), Katelyn Willett (58), Aubree Nilles (59), Chloe Otto (61) & Olivia Bunkers (71).

(B) Hinton 172, Gehlen Catholic 233  —  (medalist) Carson Prins (Hinton) 39).  (runner-up) Blake Beller (Hinton) 40.  Hinton’s remaining scores:  Andrew Hessa (43), Braden Vonk (50), Turner Schmitt (53), & Justin Kirwan (55).  Gehlen results:  Dylan Barthole (53), Jordan Reuter (57), Carson Sitzmann (61), Landon Nilles (62), Jared Morris (63), & Isaia Lammers (66).

 

(G) Remsen St. Mary’s 212, Trinity Christian xx (TC had an incomplete team).  (medalist) Sidney Tritz (RSM) 50.  (runner-up)  Kaitlin Van Engen (TC) 51.  Remsen St. Mary’s remaining scores:  Tori Tritz (52), Megan Wurth (54),  Brooklyn Frederes (56) & Kelsey Behrens (56).

(tennis)

(G) Le Mars def. Storm Lake 7-2 —  SINGLES RESULTS:  Joan Meis won 10-4  ..  Caroline Meis won 10-3  ..  Madison Dreckman won 10-2  ..  Abby Van Otterloo won 10-1  ..  Kristen Heimgartner lost 5-10  ..  Arlinna Bowen lost 6-10.  DOUBLES RESULTS:  Madison Dreckman/Caroline Meis won 10-1  ..  Joan Meis/Abby Van Otterloo won 10-4  ..  Kristen Heimgartner/Arlinna Bowen won 10-2.

(B) Le Mars def. Storm Lake 6-3  —  SINGLES RESULTS:  Zach Wingert won 10-3  ..  Josh Pratt won 10-6  ..  Christian Owen lost 4-10  ..  Matt Ahlers won 10-4  ..  Kutter Wright lost 6-10  ..  Don Daggett won 10-0.  DOUBLES RESULTS: Zach Wingert/Josh Pratt won 10-6  ..  Matt Ahlers/Jaxon Baumgartner lost 2-10  ..  Christian Owen/Kutter Wright won 10-4.

 

 

TUESDAY RESULTS – April 30

(tennis)

(G) Le Mars at Spencer – cancelled

(B) Spencer at Le Mars – cancelled

(golf)

(G) Le Mars at the Sioux City East Invitational – ppd. to May 2

(B) Le Mars at Cherokee – cancelled

(G/B) Gehlen Catholic at Harris-Lake Park – cancelled

 

AP-SportsMinute

UNDATED (AP) – The Golden State Warriors have taken a 2-0 lead in the NBA’s Western Conference semifinals, while the Milwaukee Bucks have evened their series at one game apiece. Kevin Durant poured in 29 points and Klay Thompson scored 21 in the Warriors’ 115-109 win over the Houston Rockets. Khris Middleton nailed seven of the Bucks’ 20 3-pointers and finished with 28 points in a 123-102 rout of the Boston Celtics.

UNDATED (AP) – The Columbus Blue Jackets and San Jose Sharks have two-games-to-one leads in their NHL second-round series after winning last night. Sergei Bobrovsky made 15 of his 36 saves in the third period to close out the Jackets’ 2-1 win over the Boston Bruins. Logan Couture completed his hat trick by scoring the tiebreaking and empty-net goals in the last 7:10 of the Sharks’ 4-2 win at Colorado.

UNDATED (AP) – Washington Nationals third baseman Anthony Rendon is finally heading to the injured list with a bruised left elbow after sitting out seven of the team’s last eight games. Rendon was hit by a pitch on his elbow during an April 20 game against Miami, ending a 17-game hitting streak. Rendon is batting .356 with six home runs and 18 RBIs in 20 games this season.

LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) – Omaha Beach is the 4-1 early favorite for the Kentucky Derby after drawing the No. 12 post position in the 20-horse field at Churchill Downs this weekend. Bob Baffert-trained Game Winner is the 5-1 second choice from the No. 16 post starting inside stablemate Roadster, the 6-1 co-third choice with Improbable, at the No. 5 hole. Baffert is going for his sixth Kentucky Derby win and second straight.

INDIANAPOLIS (AP) – USA Gymnastics has removed Edward Nyman’s appointment as the first full-time director of sports medicine and science, barely 24 hours after naming him to the position. USA Gymnastics sited an unspecified conflict of interest as the reason for re-opening the job. Nyman was a competitive gymnast from 1987-93 and spent time as a coach before getting a doctorate in biomechanics at the University of Toledo.

 

 

WEDNESDAY RESULTS – May 1

(tennis)

(G) Lakes Conference meet at Storm Lake

TEAM STANDINGS:  1. Spencer  ..  4. Le Mars (8)

Le Mars results:  SINGLES:  Joan Meis (1-4)  ..  Abby Van Otterloo (3-2).  DOUBLES:  Madison Dreckman & Caroline Meis (3-2)  ..  Kristen Heimgartner & Arlinna Bowen (1-4).

 

(B) Lakes Conference meet at Spirit Lake   

TEAM STANDINGS:  1. Le Mars (18)  ..  2. Spirit Lake (16)  ..  3. Spencer (11)  ..  4. Storm Lake (9)  ..  5. Cherokee (4)  ..  6. Estherville/L-C (2).  All-Conference from Le Mars:  Zach Wingert at #1 Singles and Josh Pratt at #2 Singles.  Kaden Wingert & Matt Ahlers at #1 Doubles.  (Christian Owens & Kutter Wright finished in a three-way tie for second).

(golf)

(G) C-Y-O meet at Carroll

TEAM STANDINGS:  1. Kuemper Catholic (397)  ..  2. Bishop Garrigan (405)  ..  3. Remsen St. Mary’s (415)  ..  4. Gehlen Catholic (435)  ..  5. Bishop Heelan (465)  ..  6. Fort Dodge St. Edmond (478).  (medalist) Kate Schweer (Kuemper Catholic) 84.  (runner-up) Rylee Kinney (St. Edmond) 85.

Remsen St. Mary’s scores:  Tori Galles (89 – 3rd), Sidney Tritz (94 – 4th), Megan Wurth (108), Brooklyn Frederes (124) & Kelsey Behrens (127).

Gehlen Catholic scores:  Katelyn Willett (106), Aubree Nilles (107), Rylee Schnepf (109), Harley Foreman (112), Virginia Freking (113) & Chloe Otto (131).

 

(B) C-Y-O meet at Carroll

TEAM STANDINGS:  1. Bishop Heelan (317)  ..  2. Kuemper Catholic (318)  ..  3. Bishop Garrigan (349)  ..  4. Remsen St. Mary’s (353)  ..  5. Fort Dodge St. Edmond (354)  ..  6. Gehlen Catholic (447).  (medalist)  Jackson Thompson (Bishop Heelan) 69.  (runner-up) Tommy Schiltz (Bishop Heelan) 77.

Remsen St. Mary’s scores:  Xavier Galles (85), Will Galles (87), Spencer Schorg (88), Carter Schorg (93), Seth Nelson (97) & Skyler Waldschmitt (102).

Gehlen catholic scores:  Dylan Barthole (90), Landon Nilles (113), Jordan Reuter (118), Carson Sitzmann (126), Jared Morris (127).

 

AP-SportsMinute

DENVER (AP) – The Portland Trail Blazers have tied their NBA Western Conference semifinal series at a game apiece by carrying a 14-point lead into the fourth quarter before holding off the Nuggets, 97-90 in Denver. CJ McCollum scored 20 points and picked up the offensive slack for backcourt mate Damian Lillard, who added 14 points but was just 5 of 17 from the floor and 1 of 7 from 3-point range. Nikola Jokic had 16 points and 14 boards but got off to a slow start and wasn’t nearly the take-control force he was in Game 1, when he scored 37 points.

MINNEAPOLIS (AP) – A person with knowledge of the process tells The Associated Press that the Minnesota Timberwolves have decided to hire current Houston Rockets executive Gersson Rosas as president of basketball operations. Rosas has been a finalist for the top job with several other NBA teams and had a three-month stint as general manager of the Dallas Mavericks in 2013 before returning to the Rockets. He replaces Tom Thibodeau, who was fired at midseason from his dual role as president and coach.

UNDATED (AP) – The Dallas Stars and St. Louis Blues are tied at two games apiece in their NHL second-round series, while the Hurricanes own a 3-0 lead over the New York Islanders. Ben Bishop made 27 saves and Jason Spezza scored a power-play goal late in the first period to put the Stars ahead to stay in a 4-2 victory over the Blues. Teuvo Teravainen scored twice and Justin Williams broke a 2-2 tie midway through the third period of the Hurricanes’ 5-2 victory against the Islanders.

LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) – Kentucky Derby favorite Omaha Beach has been scratched from Saturday’s race because of a breathing problem. The colt from Southern California was made the 4-1 early favorite for Saturday’s 145th Derby. Omaha Beach galloped Wednesday morning without any problem and trainer Richard Mandella said everything was fine, but that changed by late afternoon when Rogers said Omaha Beach has an entrapped epiglottis.

 

 

 

THURSDAY RESULTS – May 2

(track)

Lakes Conference meet at Storm Lake

(girls results)  TEAM STANDINGS:  1. Spencer (184)  ..  2. (tie) Le Mars & Spirit Lake Park (79)  ..  4. Western Christian (77)  ..  5. Storm Lake (70)  ..  6. Cherokee (51)  ..  7. Estherville/L-C (46).

Le Mars results:  (first place finishes)  none.  (second place finishes)  4X400 RELAY- (4:13.13) (Cunningham-Cooper-Carlson-Calhoun)  ..  SHUTTLE HURDLE RELAY-  (1:10.70) (Schiff-McNaughton-Alesch-Leusink)  ..  SPRINT MEDLEY RELAY- (1:54.30) (Cooper-Temple-Cunningham-Calhoun)  ..  LONG JUMP- Lilly McNaughton (15′ 3 1/4″).

 

(boys results)  TEAM STANDINGS:  1. Spencer (144)  ..  2. Le Mars (141)  ..  3. Spirit Lake Park (120)  ..  4. Western Christian (65)  ..  5. Estherville/L-C (54)  ..  6. Storm Lake (53)  ..  7. Cherokee (8).

Le Mars results:  (first place finishes)  110-METER HURDLES- Ben Wadle (:15.47)  ..  SPRINT MEDLEY RELAY- (3:45.10) (C.Parmelee-R.Spieler-E.Spieler-L.Parmelee)  ..  SHUTTLE HURDLE RELAY- (1:03.18) (Arens-R.Spieler-E.Spieler-Wadle)  ..  DISCUS- Brandon VanderSluis (140’9″).   (second place finishes)  100-METER DASH- Anthony Lamoreux (:11.27)  ..  200-METER DASH- Anthony Lamoreux (:23.10)  ..  400-METER HURDLES- Collin Boehmer (:59.07)  ..  800-METER RUN- Landen Parmelee (2:04.00)  ..  4X200 RELAY- (1:35.48) (Rasmussen-Ferguson-Ott-Kass)  ..  4X100 RELAY- (:44.53) (Rasmussen-Lamoreux-Ott-Ferguson)  ..  4X400 RELAY- (3:35.54) (Olson-E.Spieler-R.Spieler-L.Parmelee).      Kadin Woodward won all four Wheel Chair events.

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West Sioux Relays in Hawarden

(girls results)  TEAM STANDINGS:  1. Gehlen Catholic (110)  ..  2. Lawton-Bronson (95)  ..  3. Akron-Westfield (92)  ..  4. MMCRU (74)  ..  5. Hinton (69)  ..  6. Alcester-Hudson (S.D.) (59)  ..  7.(tie) West Sioux & Westwood (37)  ..  9. Remsen St. Mary’s (9).

Gehlen Catholic results:  (first place finishes)  100-METER HURDLES- Tiffany Woerdehoff (:17.26)  ..  400-METER HURDLES- Molly Roder (1:12.76)  ..  4X200 RELAY- (1:51.38) (runners not available)  …  4X400 RELAY- (4:29.23) (runners not available)  ..  SHUTTLE HURDLE RELAY- (1:09.86) (runners not available).      (second place finishes)  100-METER DASH- Tiffany Woerdehoff (:13.78)  ..  100-METER HURDLES- Molly Roder (:17.45).

AKRON-WESTFIELD FIRST PLACES:  100-METER DASH- Shaylee Siebens (:12.82)  ..  200-METER DASH- Shaylee Siebens (:26.94)  ..  DISCUS- Jayla Berg (100′ 10 1/2″)  ..  4X100 RELAY- (:54.29) (runners not available).

MMCRU FIRST PLACES:  1500-METER RUN- Kaitlyn Goth (5:32.04)  ..  3000-METER RUN- Kaitlyn Goth (11:40.50)  ..  HIGH JUMP- Emily Dreckman (4′ 10″)  ..  4X800 RELAY- (10:44.20) (runners not available)  ..  DISTANCE MEDLEY RELAY– (4:53.38) (runners not available).

 

(boys results)  TEAM STANDINGS:  1. Lawton-Bronson (129.5)  ..  2. Hinton (126)  ..  3. Gehlen Catholic (101)  ..  4. West Sioux (64)  ..  5. Akron-Westfield (60)  ..  6. MMCRU (32)  ..  7. Westwood (30.5)  ..  8. Alcester-Hudson (S.D.) (28)  ..  9. Hinton J.V. (7)  ..  10. Remsen St. Mary’s (3).

Gehlen Catholic results:  (first place finishes)   1600-METER RUN- Will Roder (4:39.92)  ..  3200-METER RUN- Will Roder (10:12.47)  ..  400-METER HURDLES– Isaac Vaske (:59.62).    (second place finishes)  800-METER RUN- Carson Tesch (2:14.35)  ..  4X800 RELAY- (8:46.50) (runners not available).

Hinton first places:  4X400 RELAY- (3:37.93) (runners not available)  ..  DISTANCE MEDLEY RELAY- (4:03.38) (runners not available)  ..  HIGH JUMP- Keanan Wiesler (5′ 10″).

Akron-Westfield first places:  SHUTTLE HURDLE RELAY- (1:06.54) (runners not available).

 

(tennis)

(G) Estherville/L-C 5, Le Mars 4  — SINGLE RESULTS:  Joan Meis lost 1-10  ..  Madison Dreckman lost 4-10  ..  Caroline Meis won 11-10(7-5)  .. m Abby Van Otterloo won 10-3  ..  Kristen Heimgartner lost 6-10  ..  Arlinna Bowen won 10-6.  DOUBLE RESULTS:  Madison Dreckman/Caroline Meis lost 8-10  ..  Abby Van Otterloo/Joan Meis won 10-4  ..  Kristen Heimgartner/Arlinna Bowen lost 8-10.

(B) Le Mars def. Estherville/L-C 9-0.  —  SINGLES RESULTS:  Zach Wingert won 10-0  ..  Josh Pratt won 10-1  ..  Christian Owen won 10-2  ..  Matt Ahlers won 10-8  ..  Noah Wiltgen won 10-2  ..  Kutter Wright won 10-2.  DOUBLES RESULTS:  Zach Wingert/Josh Pratt won 10-4  ..  Matt Ahlers/Noah Wiltgen won 10-7  ..  Christian Owen/Kutter Wright won 10-1.

(golf)

(B) Le Mars Invitational at the Willow Creek Course

TEAM STANDINGS:  1. Spencer (298)  ..  2. Western Christian (313)  ..  3. Estherville/L-C (335)  ..  4. Le Mars (339)  ..  5. OA-BCIG (349)  ..  6. Cherokee (357)  ..  7. Woodbury Central (358)  ..  8. Maple Valley/Anthon-Oto (395)  ..  9. South Sioux City (395)  ..  10. Lawton-Bronson (450).  (medalist) Collin Slattery (Spencer) 73.  (runner-up) Michael Storey (Spencer) 74.

Le Mars scores:  Spencer Mackey (81), Jakob Bixenman (84), Trey Whidden (86), Curran Wells (88), Alex Irwin (89) & Riley Oetken (94).

(G) Sioux City East Invitational

TEAM STANDINGS:  1. Woodbury Central (401)  ..  2. Kuemper Catholic (414)  ..  3. Sioux City East (418)  ..  4. Bishop Heelan (447)  ..  5. Le Mars (451).    (medalist) Sally Gallagher (Woodbury Central) 88.  (runner-up) Hannah Stratton (Woodbury Central) 93.  Emily Koonce of Le Mars finished 8th with a 104.

 

 

FRIDAY RESULTS – May 3

nothing scheduled locally

AP-SportsMinute

UNDATED (AP) – The Milwaukee Bucks and Portland Trail Blazers have taken two-games-to-one leads in their respective NBA conference semifinals series. Giannis Antetokounmpo contributed 33 points and 10 rebounds, while Khris Middleton added 20 in the Bucks’ 123-116 win at Boston. The Blazers won in quadruple overtime as CJ McCollum matched his career playoff high with 41 points and Rodney Hood hit a go-ahead 3-pointer with 18.6 seconds left in a 140-137 marathon against the Denver Nuggets.

UNDATED (AP) – The Carolina Hurricanes have swept themselves into the NHL’s Eastern Conference final, while the Dallas Stars have taken a 3-2 lead in their Western Conference second-round series. The Hurricanes and Islanders were tied 1-1 until Teuvo Teravainen and Greg McKegg scored 66 seconds apart early in the second period of Carolina’s 5-2 win over New York. Ben Bishop made 38 saves and Jason Spezza) scored 2:42 into the Stars’ 2-1 victory at St. Louis.

 

 

 

SATURDAY RESULTS – May 4

(little league games)

JUNIOR BOYS
Rays 7, Mariners 3
Orioles 6, Reds 2

MAJOR BOYS
Cubs 11, White Sox 6
Yankees 11, A’s 3
Pirates 11, Phils 5
Mets 10, Dodgers 8
Rockies 7, Angels 0

MAJOR GIRLS
Broncos 11, Chargers 10
Lions 12, Eagles 11
Warriors 11, Spartans 10
Rockets 12, Panthers 3

 

BOSTON (AP) — David Pastrnak (PAS’-tur-nahk) scored twice in the third period, including the game-winner, as the Boston Bruins held off the Columbus Blue Jackets, 4-3 to take a three-games-to-two lead in the NHL second-round series. The B’s blew a 3-1 lead before Pastrnak beat Sergei Bobrovsky with 1:28 remaining. Pastrnak also gave the Bruins a two-goal cushion midway through the final period, but the Jackets tied it on goals by Ryan Dzingel and Dean Kukan 1:51 apart.SAN JOSE, Calif. (AP) — The San Jose Sharks took a 3-2 lead in their NHL second-round series by getting a pair of goals from Tomas Hertl in a 2-1 victory over the Colorado Avalanche. Hertl tied the game with a power-play goal in the final minute of the second period and then delivered the go-ahead score early in the third. Martin Jones made 21 saves as San Jose held Colorado star Nathan MacKinnon to one shot on goal while ending his points streak at eight games.LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) — Maximum Security became the first Kentucky Derby winner ever to be disqualified for interference. The infraction allowed 65-1 shot Country House to be declared the winner following a lengthy delay while stewards repeatedly reviewed several angles of video footage. It’s the first Derby victory for 65-year-old trainer Bill Mott and Jockey Flavien Prat, who originated the claim of foul. Prat claimed that Maximum Security ducked out in the final turn and forced several horses to steady.CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) — There’s a three-way tie for the lead heading into the final round of the PGA’s Wells Fargo Championship. Joel Dahman and Max Homa each shot 70s to pull into a tie with second-round leader Jason Dufner at 11 under. Dahmen held his own playing in the final group for the first time, although he and Homa dropped a shot over the last three holes.

 

 

SUNDAY RESULTS – May 5

nothing scheduled locally

AP-SportsMinute

UNDATED (AP) – The Toronto Raptors and Denver Nuggets have evened their respective NBA conference semifinal series at two games apiece by winning yesterday. Kawhi Leonard poured in 39 points and the Raptors held Joel Embiid to 11 points and seven rebounds in a 101-96 victory at Philadelphia. Jamal Murray had a game-high 34 points and Nikola Jokic had a triple-double of 21 points, 12 rebounds and 11 assists as the Nuggets held off the Trail Blazers, 116-112 in Portland.

DALLAS (AP) – The St. Louis Blues knocked off the Dallas Stars, 4-1 yesterday to force a seventh game in the NHL second-round series. David Perron scored the game-winner in the second period, and the Blues broke it open when Jaden Schwartz and Sammy Blais tallied 33 seconds apart in the third. Rookie Jordan Binnington stopped 22 shots for the Blues, who will host Game 7 on Tuesday.

CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) – Max Homa closed with a 4-under 67 to capture the Wells Fargo Championship at Quail Hollow. Homa began the back nine with two birdies to build a four-shot lead before finishing three ahead of Joel Dahmen. The victory gets Homa into the PGA Championship in two weeks at Bethpage Black and the Masters next April.

THE WOODLANDS, Texas (AP) – Scott McCarron won the Insperity Invitational yesterday for his 10th PGA Tour Champions victory and second in three weeks. The 53-year-old McCarron held off Scott Parel by two strokes, closing with a 5-under 67 to finish at 17-under 199. He matched Fred Couples for the best score since the event moved to The Woodlands Country Club in 2008.

DOVER, Del. (AP) – The NASCAR Cup race at Dover International Speedway has been rescheduled for this today after rain caused a one-day postponement. Chase Elliott is the pole-sitter for the race after winning last week at Talladega, won the pole and will lead the field to green at 12:01 p.m. Dover hasn’t held a Monday race since 2007.