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KLEM Local Schedule (week of August 22)


(cross country)

Le Mars at the Spencer Invitational - postponed to August 25th, due to the heat






(#2-1A) Gehlen Catholic beat (#12-2A)Unity Christian 3-0  (25-19, 25-18, 25-10)

KILLS: Katelin Langel 13

ASSISTS: Amber Timmins 23

BLOCKS: Kenzie Kellen 3

DIGS: Steph Rohe 12, Amber Timmins 10


(cross country)

Spencer Invitational (make-up from August 23rd)

GIRLS: Le Mars finished first in the team standings with 69 points.  Kenzie Theisen finished 5th in a time of 16:24, Marissa Marek was 11th, Meredith Rand 13th and Yashila Permeswaren finished 18th.

BOYS: Le Mars finished sixth in the team standings.  Joe Herzberg finished 12th in a time of 17:34 and Zach Nemmers came in 13th in a time of 17:36.


Sioux City North 37 Le Mars 0


(SIOUX CITY) -- Quinn Williams threw for two scores and ran for another to lead Sioux City North to a 37-0 blitz of the Le Mars Bulldogs at Elwood Olson Stadium in Sioux City Thursday night.  The Stars scored on all five first half possessions to take a 30-0 lead at halftime.  Williams connected with Drew Gerch on a 19-yard score to cap a game-opening 80-yard drive and then fired a 16-yard TD-pass to Kris O'Neill in the third quarter to complete the scoring.  Le Mars drove to the Stars' 15 yard line midway through the second quarter before stalling and running out of downs.  The Bulldogs host Sioux Center in their home opener next Friday night.





(football – all non district games)

Marcus/Meriden-Cleghorn 52 Westwood 14

Unity Christian 30 West Sioux 7

Sioux Central 34 Clay Central-Everly 0

Lawton-Bronson 31 Woodbury Central 18

Boyden-Hull/Rock Valley 15 Western Christian 3

Spirit Lake 49 Spencer 14

Storm Lake 51 Cherokee 7

(#5-3A)Denison-Schleswig 20 Atlantic 14

M-O-C/Floyd Valley 34 Sioux Center 12

Sergeant Bluff-Luton 16 Glenwood 12

Central Lyon/George-Little Rock 16 (#5-1A) West Lyon 14

Sheldon 33 South O’Brien 17

(#1-1A)Emmetsburg 41 Estherville/Lincoln Central 15

Alta/Aurelia 32 Maple Valley/Anthon-Oto 17

OA-BCIG 50 Ridge View 33

(#2-A) Britt, West Hancock 36 Garner-Hayfield 33

Woodward-Granger 27 SE-Webster-Grand 0

South Central Calhoun 20 Pocahontas Area/Pomeroy-Palmer 0

Manson-NW Webster 31 East Sac County 0


Indianola 42 Sioux City West 14

Waukee 28 Sioux City East 21

Johnston 28 Council Bluffs A-L 0

(#7-4A)Dowling Catholic 44 Council Bluffs T-J 7

EIGHT-MAN – District 1

(#1)Armstrong-Ringsted 47 Remsen St. Mary’s 2

Remsen-Union 61 Graettinger-Terril 14

Kingsley-Pierson 47 Ar-We-Va 6

Harris-Lake Park 56 Spalding Catholic 6

Newell-Fonda 74 Ruthven-Ayrshire 0

Boyer Valley 61 Whiting 0

River Valley 70 Charter Oak-Ute 28

Laurens-Marathon 60 CAL, Latimer 7






CNOS CLASSIC at Elwood Olsen Stadium in Sioux City

Akron-Westfield 35 Hinton 26

(#3-A)Gehlen Catholic 41 Hartley-Melvin-Sanborn 0


(SIOUX CITY) -- Gehlen converted three of five turnovers into points and cruised to a season-opening 41-0 win over Hartley-Melvin-Sanborn in the C-N-O-S Classic in Sioux City Saturday evening.  The Jays first two touchdowns came just 46-seconds apart.  After opening the game with a nine play, 81 yard drive that Trevor Bouma capped with a seven-yard run, H-M-S fumbled the kick-off return and the Jays quickly converted that opportunity into points on an eight-yard Zach Wurth-to-Michael Whitehead TD-pass.  Zach Wurth's 36 yard touchdown run late in the first quarter came after a fumble recovery by Jordan Langel to push the Gehlen lead to 20-0.  Alec Mousel returned an interception 65 yards for a second quarter touchdown and then caught a 12-yard scoring pass from Zach Wurth with 52 seconds to play in the half for a 34-0 lead at the halftime break.  Trevor Bouma capped the scoring in the third quarter with a three-yard run.  The Jays return to action Friday at Hinton.

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