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KLEM Local Schedule (week of Sept. 13)

MONDAY RESULTS – September 13

(high school football)

freshman: Le Mars 29 Cherokee 16

sophomores: Le Mars 48 Cherokee 6




TUESDAY RESULTS – September 14


(#1-2A) Western Christian beat Le Mars (6-7/0-1)  3-0  (25-16, 25-13, 25-18)

KILLS: Kirstie Ruhland 8, Erin Kommes & Carolyn Ahlers 4 each

BLOCKS: Leah Clement & Carolyn Ahlers 2 each

ASSISTS: Emily Pick 15

DIGS:  Carolyn Ahlers 3

ACE SERVES: Alex Schuett 2


Gehlen (8-2/3-1) beat Remsen-Union 3-0  (25-12, 25-13, 28-25)

KILLS: Steph Rohe 10, Linden Sitzmann & Amber Timmins 6 each

BLOCKS: Kenzie Kellen & Mollie Nemmers 2 each

ASSISTS: Amber Timmins 25

DIGS: Becca Vonnahme 15

ACE SERVES: Kenzie Kellen 4


(cross country)

Le Mars finished 5th in the girls competition and 9th in the boys at the Storm Lake Invitational.  Meredith Rand had the top finish for the Le Mars girls, taking tenth in a time of 16:36.07.  Marissa Marek took 20th.  For the boys, Kyle Borchers finished 14th in a time of 17:40.  In JV action, Le Mars was second in the girls meet with Kelsey Clay finishing second, MicKie Theisen seventh and Nicole Van Otterloo eighth.  In the JV boys, Le Mars was 6th.  Dayton Rand took second in the boys middle school meet.

The Gehlen girls took second and the boys were 4th at the Woodbury Central Invitational.  Molly Wankum was 6th in the girls meet for the Lady Jays finishing in a time of 18:05.  Leah Ellensohn was 10th in 18:31 and Alli Sitzmann finished 11th in 18:33.  For the Gehlen boys, Matt Mayer finished 7th in a time of 18:49.  Bittany Flack was 8th in the JV girls race.



FRIDAY RESULTS – September 17

(high school football)

(BURNSIDE) — Gehlen scored on every possession of the first half while steamrolling to a 52-0 lead by halftime as the Jays won to their third game in a row, 70-0 over Southeast Webster-Grand Friday night in non-district football at Burnside.  Standout running back Trevor Bouma played for the first time this season and scored on runs of 25, 72 and 50 yards.  Quarterback Taylor Wurth scored on runs of 19 and 40 yards and he threw a 30-yard scoring pass to Eric Loutsch on the Jays lone pass of the night.  Loutsch also returned an interception 20 yards for a first half touchdown.  Jordan Langel raced 50 yards for his first touchdown of the season.  The backup unit played much of the second half and they added three more scores on a 63-yard run by Zach Wurth and a one-yard and 31-yard run by freshman Aaron Jentz.  Gehlen had over 500 yards of offense in the game, including 475 yards rushing.  The Jays defense held the Eagles to a plus one yard offensive total.  Gehlen improved to 3-and-1 for the season and begin district play next Friday at home against West Sioux.

(LE MARS) — Senior Judd Herzberg scored both touchdowns and ran for 174 yards to lead Le Mars to a 14-0 homecoming victory over the Spencer Tigers Friday night at Jim Lorenzen Field.  Hunter Rohde added 110 yards as the Bulldogs rushed for 352 yards in a 404 yard offensive performance.  Six turnovers by Le Mars, however, kept the Tigers in it to the end.  The win improves Le Mars to 3-and-1 for the season and 2-and-0 in District 2 play.  The Bulldogs travel to Rock Valley/Boyden-Hull next Friday night.  The game will be carried on KLEM.


CLASS A – District 1 (all non-district games)

(#7) Gehlen Catholic (3-1) 70 SE Webster-Grand, Burnside 0

Elk Point-Jefferson (S.D.) 21 Akron-Westfield (1-3) 14

Britt, West Hancock 50 (#9) Marcus/Meriden-Cleghorn 13

Woodbury Central 37 Bishop Garrigan 32

West Sioux 58 West Harrison 13

(#4) Clay Central-Everly 22 North Iowa, Buffalo Center 20

CLASS 3A – District 2

Le Mars (3-1/2-0) 14 Spencer 0 (homecoming)

Sergeant Bluff-Luton 23 M-O-C/Floyd Valley 13

(#5) Bishop Heelan 43 Boyden-Hull/Rock Valley 15

Denison-Schleswig 29 Storm Lake 28, overtime

CLASS 2A – District 1

Central Lyon/George-Little Rock 31 Estherville/Lincoln Central 0

Unity Christian 15 Okoboji 14

(#3) Western Christian 8 Sioux Center 6

Sheldon 28 Spirit Lake 21

CLASS 2A – District 2

OA-BCIG 30 Cherokee 22

JSPC, Jefferson 25 Maple Valley/Anthon-Oto 0

(#5) South Central Calhoun 21 (#4) Kuemper Catholic 7

East Sac County 43 Missouri Valley 0

CLASS 1A – District 1

Hinton (3-1/2-0) 71 Westwood 13

IKM-Manning 14 Lawton-Bronson 7

Ridge View 13 Prairie Valley 12

Manson-NW Webster 43 West Monona 0

CLASS 1A – District 2

(#7) Hartley-Melvin-Sanborn 42 Alta/Aurelia 7

(#3) Emmetsburg 48 Pocahontas Area/Pomeroy-Palmer 13

Sibley-Ocheyedan 29 Sioux Central 18

(#5) West Lyon 35 South O’Brien 0

CLASS 4A – Missouri River Activities Conference

Sioux City East 35 Marshalltown 14

Des Moines East 24 Sioux City North 15

(T#10) West Des Moines Valley 69 Sioux City West 0

Des Moines Roosevelt 38 Council Bluffs T-J 14

((T#10) Council Bluffs A-L was idle)

EIGHT-MAN – District 1

Remsen-Union (3-1/2-0) 39 (T#8) Remsen St. Mary’s (2-2/1-1) 14

Kingsley-Pierson 65 Whiting 0

Laurens-Marathon 64 River Valley 20

Newell-Fonda 74 Spalding Catholic 7



Normal 0

Gehlen won the West Sioux Tournament title at Hawarden Saturday. The Lady Jays went 3-and-0 in pool play, beating Akron-Westfield 21-8, 21-6 … Remsen St. Mary’s 21-12, 21-8 … and Westwood 21-15, 15-21, 15-8.

Gehlen beat George-Little Rock in the championship match 25-18, 25-18. Akron-Westfield went 3-and-1 for the day and finished third while Remsen St. Mary’s went 1-and-3 for the day and finished seventh.


(college football)

Normal 0

Arizona 34 Iowa 27

Kansas State 27 Iowa State 20

Nebraska 56 Washington 21

Stephen F. Austin 22 U-N-I 20

Morningside 58 Briar Cliff 12

Northwestern 30 Nebraska Wesleyan 14

Hastings 35 Dordt 0

Minnesota-Duluth 42 Wayne State 10

U-S-D 48 Northwestern Oklahoma State 14

(Buena Vista was idle)