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KLEM Local Schedule (week of June 20)

 

MONDAY RESULTS – June 20

(softball)

Akron-Westfield 18 Gehlen Catholic 1, six innings

 

Estherville/Lincoln Central 11 Le Mars 1, six innings

 

(LE MARS) -- Top-rated Akron-Westfield exploded for twelve runs in the sixth inning Monday night against Gehlen Catholic and the Westerners remained unbeaten in War Eagle Conference with an 18-1, six-inning win over the Lady Jays.  A-W turned a 3-1 pitcher's duel into a rather one-sided affair by scoring 15 runs in their final two at-bats.  Sarah Parkinson capped the 12-run, 17-batter sixth inning with a grandslam.  It was her second home run of the game and she finished with six RBI's and five runs scored.  Pitcher Brandi Davis drove in three runs on four hits and tossed a two-hitter with ten strike outs.  Steph Rohe had both of Gehlen's hits.  The Westerners improve to 18-and-1 for the season and 11-and-0 in the W-E-C.  Gehlen falls to 12-and-8 for the season and 6-and-3 in conference play.

 

(LE MARS) -- Estherville/Lincoln Central took advantage of six Le Mars errors to beat the Lady Bulldogs 11-1 in six innings Monday night in Lakes Conference softball action at the Bulldogs Complex.  The win avenges a loss to Le Mars earlier this season.  Eight of the eleven runs were unearned off Jordan Heidebrink.  Emily Ellefson and Erica Westhoff had two hits each to lead the Lady Bulldogs' offense.  Le Mars falls to 13-and-9 for the season and 5-and-3 in the Lakes Conference.

 

(baseball)

Gehlen Catholic 2 Akron-Westfield 1

 

Le Mars 13 Estherville/Lincoln Central 3, five innings

 

(LE MARS) -- Angel Chagolla's two-run single in the first inning held up as Gehlen edged Akron-Westfield 2-1 Monday night in War Eagle Conference baseball action at the Riverview Complex.  Mitch Christoffel scattered nine hits and allowed only a second inning run to earn the victory on the mound.  Gehlen is now 6-and-9 for the season and 4-and-6 in the W-E-C.  Monday's game was a preview to the tournament opener for both teams next month in Akron.

 

(LE MARS) -- The Bulldogs erupted for eleven runs in the fifth inning to erase a 3-2 deficit and Le Mars beat Estherville/Lincoln Central 13-3 in five innings Monday night in Lakes Conference baseball at the Bulldog Complex.  Judd Herzberg threw a three-hitter for the Bulldogs with eight strikeouts.  Jeremy Bohlke had three of the Bulldogs ten hits and Kendall Candor belted a home run.  Le Mars improves to 7-and-0 in the Lakes Conference and 8-and-5 for the season.

 

(little league at West Floyd Park)

SENIOR BOYS CITY TOURNAMENT

Giants vs. Orioles, suspended to Tuesday at 6 pm

MAJOR GIRLS CITY TOURNAMENT

Broncos 13 Lions 4

Eagles vs. Chargers, suspended to Tuesday at 5:30

MAJOR BOYS CITY TOURNAMENT

Pirates 8 Mets 4

Braves 13 Yankees 6

A’s vs. Rockies, suspended to Tuesday at 5:30

White Sox vs. Cubs, suspended to Tuesday at 5:30

 

 

 

 

TUESDAY RESULTS – June 21

(softball)

Le Mars at Sioux City North (CNOS Classic) - POSTPONED

 

Hinton at Gehlen Catholic (make-up from June 9th) - POSTPONED

 

(little league at West Floyd Park) - ALL GAMES POSTPONED

 

 

 

 

 

WEDNESDAY RESULTS – June 22

(softball)

Hartley-Melvin-Sanborn at Gehlen Catholic - CANCELLED

 

Le Mars at Western Christian - POSTPONED TO JULY 6th

 

(baseball)

Hartley-Melvin-Sanborn at Gehlen Catholic - POSTPONED

 

Le Mars at Western Christian - POSTPONED TO FRIDAY, JUNE 24th

 

(little league at West Floyd Park)

SENIOR BOYS CITY TOURNAMENT

Giants 13 Orioles 12 (Monday suspended game)

Marlins 10 Cards 4

SENIOR GIRLS CITY TOURNAMENT

Hawks 11 Falcons 10

Panthers 12 Foxes 2

MAJOR BOYS CITY TOURNAMENT

A's 9 Rockies 6 (Monday suspended game)

White Sox 5 Cubs 3 (Monday suspended game)

A's 10 Angels 8

Dodgers 9 Pirates 5

MAJOR GIRLS CITY TOURNAMENT

Eagles 8 Chargers 6 (Monday suspended game)

Spartans 10 Eagles 9

Broncos 13 Rockets 12

 

 

 

 

THURSDAY RESULTS – June 23

(softball)

Remsen St. Mary’s 11 Gehlen Catholic 4

 

Le Mars 12 Storm Lake 0, three innings

 

(REMSEN) -- Remsen St. Mary's erupted for six runs in the sixth inning to extend a 5-4 lead to an 11-4 victory over Gehlen Catholic in War Eagle Conference softball action in Remsen Thursday night.  The win gives the Hawks a sweep of the season series with the Lady Jays.  St. Mary's had won in nine innings in Le Mars earlier this summer.  Amber Timmins had four hits, including two doubles, for Gehlen.  The Lady Jays fall to 12-and-9 for the season and 6-and-4 in the W-E-C.

 

(STORM LAKE) -- Le Mars made quick work of Storm Lake in Lakes Conference softball Thursday night.  The Lady Bulldogs scored seven runs in the third inning to end the game on the mercy rule, winning 12-0 over the Tornadoes.  Jordan Heidebrink threw a one-hitter for Le Mars and was backed by a 14-hit attack.  Mary Kate Eckstaine had three hits, including a pair of triples, and Ashley Phelan, Erin Kommes, Emily Ellefson and Emily Pick had two hits each.  Le Mars is now 14-and-9 for the season and 6-and-3 in the conference.

 

(baseball)

Gehlen Catholic 11 Remsen St. Mary’s 9

 

Storm Lake 10 Le Mars 0, five innings

 

(REMSEN) -- Gehlen Catholic stunned the War Eagle Conference league leaders Thursday night, taking advantage of ten walks and four hit-batsmen, to beat Remsen St. Mary's 11-9 at Marv Thelen Memorial Park in Remsen.  The Jays rallied from an early 4-0 deficit with ten runs in the fourth and fifth innings for a six-run lead.  A grandslam by the Hawks' Zane Phillips in the fifth inning trimmed Gehlen's lead to 10-8 and  a sacrifice fly by Billy Steiichen an inning later made it a one-run game going into the seventh.  The Jays added a run in the top of the seventh on the Hawks' third error of the game and Mitch Christoffel wriggled out of a jam in the bottom of the seventh to secure Gehlen's upset.  The win avenged two losses to the Hawks earlier this season.  Angel Chagolla drove in three runs for the Jays and Phillips and Steichen combined for seven RBI's for St. Mary's.  Steichen had a two-run homer in the first for Remsen St. Mary's.  Gehlen improves to 7-and-9 for the season and 5-and-6 in the War Eagle Conference.  St. Mary's falls to 6-and-2 in the league race and 8-and-5 for the year.

 

(STORM LAKE) -- Storm Lake moved into a first place tie with Le Mars in the Lakes Conference baseball race with a 10-0, five-inning victory over the Bulldogs Thursday night in Storm Lake.  The Bulldogs were limited to three hits.  Jeremy Bohlke had all three hits for Le Mars.  Le Mars falls to 8-and-6 for the season and 7-and-1 in the Lakes Conference.

 

(little league at West Floyd Park)

SENIOR BOYS CITY TOURNAMENT

Cards 18 Orioles 11

Giants 10 Reds 9

SENIOR GIRLS CITY TOURNAMENT

Foxes 15 Falcons 8

Panthers 9 Hawks 3

MAJOR BOYS CITY TOURNAMENT

Mets 14 Dodgers 5

Angels 7 Rockies 6

Cubs 9 Braves 8

Yankees 12 White Sox 11

MAJOR GIRLS CITY TOURNAMENT

Broncos 17 Eagles 16

Spartans 15 Lions 8

Chargers 15 Rockets 10

 

 

 

 

FRIDAY RESULTS – June 24

(softball)

Spencer Tournament

North Sentral Kossuth/Armstrong-Ringsted 4 Le Mars 3

Le Mars 4 Newell-Fonda 0

 

(baseball)

Spalding Tournament in Granville

Sioux Central 6 Gehlen Catholic 2

 

Le Mars 19 Western Christian 5, five innings

 

(little league at West Floyd Park)

SENIOR BOYS CITY TOURNAMENT

Marlins 17 Reds 13

SENIOR GIRLS CITY TOURNAMENT

Hawks 12 Foxes 11

Panthers 11 Falcons 9

MAJOR BOYS CITY TOURNAMENT

Angels 3 Dodgers 1

Pirates 9 A's 8

Braves 5 White Sox 4

Cubs 17 Mets 16

Yankees 10 Rockies 7

MAJOR GIRLS CITY TOURNAMENT

Spartans 10 Rockets 7

Chargers 12 Lions 2

 


 



SATURDAY RESULTS – June 25

(softball)

Spencer Tournament

Akron-Westfield 7 Le Mars 4

Marcus/Meriden-Cleghorn 3 Le Mars 2

 

(baseball)

Spalding Tournament at Granville

Gehlen Catholic 11 Remsen St. Mary's 3

Gehlen Catholic 4 Sioux Center 0

 

Kuemper Tournament at Carroll

Carroll 7 Le Mars 1

 

(little league at West Floyd Park)

CITY TOURNAMENT FINALS

SENIOR BOYS CITY TOURNAMENT

Reds 11 Orioles 10

Cards 12 Reds 10

Marlins 6 Giants 5 (championship)

SENIOR GIRLS CITY TOURNAMENT

Falcons 8 Foxes 7

Panthers 16 Hawks 4 (championship)

MAJOR BOYS CITY TOURNAMENT

White Sox 10 Yankees 7

Braves 6 Angels 0

Dodgers 5 Rockies 3

Mets 10 A's 7

Cubs 12 Pirates 4 (championship)

MAJOR GIRLS CITY TOURNAMENT

Rockets 13 Lions 8

Chargers 13 Eagles 6

Broncos 11 Chargers 6 (championship)

 

LITTLE LEAGUE ALL-STAR TEAMS

SENIOR BOYS

Alex Paul

Prestone Vore

Riley Magnussen

Jacob Riedemann

Andrew Ritts

Dylan Hawkins

Mitchell Mullally

Chandler Richardson

Evan Budden

Tyler Carlson

Cody Waskow

Noah Scheitler

Trevor Westhoff

MANAGER-Kevin Westhoff

COACH-Tyler Kommes

COACH-Tyler Westhoff

 

SENIOR GIRLS

Sarah Adams

Jill Kessenich

Crystal Eppling

Allison Wilken

Carly Bunkers

Chantel Cockburn

Katrina Engebretson

Kalin Hardyk

Amy Isebrand

Amanda Schwartz

Cassidy Utesch

MANAGER-Nancy Isebrand

COACH-Denee Hardyk

COACH-Belinda Eppling

 

MAJOR BOYS 12 YEAR OLD

Max Patkins

Gerardo Beltran

Kyle Kliever

Jacob Thompson

Jacob Pottebaum

Deton Augustine

Dylan Harms

Logan Boylan

Seth Oetken

Parker Magnussen

Colin Nemmers

MANAGER-Bill Thompson

COACH-Ron Kliever

COACH-Todd Oetken

 

MAJOR BOYS 11 YEAR OLD

Carter Nordstrom

Colin Budden

Gabe Eckstaine

Izaac Herbst

Logan Lancaster

Trevor Renken

Riley Augustine

Lucas McCarty

Xavier Roberts

Eli Ellensohn

Brady Livermore

Cole Wiltgen

MANAGER-Tim Augustine

COACH-Mike Herbst

COACH-Bob Livermore

 

MAJOR GIRLS

Christina Konz

Grace Milbrodt

Krista Zenk

Madison Dreckman

Jennifer Schneider

Halie Schwartz

Jocelyn Hernandez

Jessica Eisma

Kali Berkenpas

Andrea Kommes

Jamie Kommes

MANAGER-Bob Kommes

COACH-Bruce Tabbert

COACH-Jon Milbrodt

 

 

 

 

 


SUNDAY RESULTS – June 26

(baseball)

Kuemper Tournament at Carroll

Le Mars 7 Harlan 6

Le Mars 16 Jefferson-Scranton 5, five innings (fifth place game)

(little league at the West Floyd Park)

PEE WEE FUN NIGHT POSTPONED TO TUESDAY JUNE 28th

 

 




 

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