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KLEM Local Sports (week of August 23)


(cross country)

Le Mars opened the season at the Spencer Invitational.  The Le Mars girls finished fifth with Algona winning the team title.  Hannah Steen was the top finisher for the Lady Bulldogs with an 11th place finish in a time of 17:54.0.  Marissa Marek was 14th in 18:001.6 and Becca Clay was 16th in 18:07.0.  The boys finished sixth in a twelve team field.  Spirit Lake was first and Storm Lake second.  Joe Herzberg was tenth in a time of 18:10 for Le Mars with Kyle Borchers taking eleventh at 18:18.  Le Mars returns to action September 7th when they host the Gary Meyer Memorial meet at Brunsville.





Unity Christian beat Gehlen Catholic 3-2  (25-23, 26-24, 19-25, 17-25, 7-15)

KILLS:  Steph Rohe 18

ASSISTS:  Amber Timmins 26

BLOCKS:  Kenzie Kellen, Mollie Nemmers & Amber Timmins 3 each

SERVING ACES:  Becca Vonnahme 5





(cross country)

Bishop Heelan Invitational (at Riverside)

Gehlen finished second in the girls race with Alli Sitzmann leading the way with a 19th place finish in a time of 18:09.  Molly Wankum was 20th in 18:10 and Leah Ellensohn took 24th in 18:18.

Gehlen took 4th in the boys race with Matt Mayer finishing 6th in a time of 18:39 and Jacob Benoche taking 9th in 19:08.  Josh Hodgson was 11th in 19:18.

(high school football)

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Le Mars (1-0) 33 Sioux City North 10

(#10-1A) Hartley-Melvin-Sanborn 42 (#4-A) Gehlen Catholic (0-1) 26


(LE MARS) — Hunter Rohde led a 340-yard rushing attack for Le Mars with 144 yards and scored two touchdowns to lead the Bulldogs to an opening night 33-10 victory over Sioux City North Friday night at Jim Lorenzen Stadium.  Judd Herzberg added 103 yards and a touchdown for Le Mars.  The Bulldogs jumped out to a quick 19-0 lead in the first quarter enroute to a 26-3 halftime advantage.  The Bulldogs close out non-district play next week at Sioux Center.

(HARTLEY) — Senior Josh Treybal led a punishing ground attack for Hartley-Melvin-Sanborn Friday night with five touchdown runs, leading the state-rated Hawks to a 42-26 opening night victory over Gehlen Catholic in a non-district matchup at Hartley.  Treybal scored three of his touchdowns in the fourth quarter as H-M-S pulled away from a 20-all tie after three quarters.  Taylor Wurth threw four touchdown passes for the Jays, two to brother Zach Wurth and one each to Alec Mousel and Michael Whitehead.  The Jays return to action next Friday night in their home opener against Hinton.


Marcus/Meriden-Cleghorn 42 Westwood 6

(T#8-A) Clay-Central-Everly 37 Sioux Central 14

West Sioux 27 Unity Christian 19

Garner-Hayfield 35 West Hancock 28

Woodward Granger 20 Southeast Webster-Grand 19

Storm Lake 46 Cherokee 14

Glenwood 9 Sergeant Bluff-Luton 7

Sioux Center 28 M-O-C/Floyd Valley 7

Spirit Lake 25 Spencer 6

(T#8-1A) Western Christian 18 (#10-3A) Boyden-Hull/Rock Valley 2

Denison-Schleswig 35 Atlantic 20

(#4-1A) Emmetsburg 29 Estherville/Lincoln Central 0

Sibley-Ocheyedan 18 Okoboji 0

OA/BCIG 26 Ridge View 19

Sheldon 40 South O’Brien 6

(#2-1A) West Lyon 40 Central Lyon/George-Little Rock 7

Alta/Aurelia 16 Maple Valley/Anthon-Oto 12

Treynor 34 (#5-1A) IKM-Manning 0

(T#8-2A) South Central Calhoun 40 Pocahontas Area/Pomeroy-Palmer 13

Logan-Magnolia 62 Missouri Valley 7

Manson-NW Webster 7 East Sac County 6

West Monona 38 West Harrison 28

Council Bluffs A-L 48 Johnston 13

Indianola 42 Sioux City West 0

(#1-4A) Dowling Catholic 69 Council Bluffs T-J 0

Sioux City East 41 Waukee 25



Kingsley-Pierson 31 Ar-We-Va 24

Graettinger-Terril 25 Remsen-Union 13

(#2) Armstrong-Ringsted 42 (#4) Remsen St. Mary’s 26

Harris-Lake Park 51 Spalding Catholic 12

Boyer Valley 82 Whiting 12

River Valley 55 Charter Oak-Ute 14

Newell-Fonda 55 Ruthven-Ayrshire 7






(high school football)

CNOS Football Classic at Elwood Olsen Stadium in Sioux City

Hinton 41 Akron-Westfield 21

Lawton-Bronson 27 (#6-A) Woodbury Central 6

(college football)

Wayne State 24 Nebraska-Kearney 17, overtime