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MONDAY RESULTS - June 15

(softball)

Gehlen Catholic (8-9/4-1) 15, Marcus/Meriden-Cleghorn/Remsen-Union 3, five innings

(REMSEN)  -- Gehlen Catholic returned to the win column Monday night, thanks to an 11-run fourth inning, and the Lady Jays beat Marcus/Meriden-Cleghorn/Remsen-Union 15-3 in five innings in War Eagle Conference softball play in Remsen.  Taylor Peters led a ten-hit attack with four hits and six RBI's.  She belted her third home run of the season and also had a double.  Meghen Heying threw a two-hitter for the Lady Jays.  One of the hits though was a home run by Mackenzie Schleis.  Gehlen Catholic improves to 8-and-9 for the season and 4-and-1 in the War Eagle Conference.  They play West Sioux Wednesday in Ireton.

Estherville/LIncoln Central 8, Le Mars (4-11/1-3) 6

LE MARS)  -- Crystal Eppling's two-run homer in the bottom of the seventh inning for Le Mars cut a four-run deficit in half but Carson Gjerde and her Estherville/Lincoln Central teammates were able to halt the rally and post an 8-6 Lakes Conference softball win Monday night at the Bulldogs Sports Complex.  Eppling came up a triple shy of hitting for the cycle, finishing with three hits and five RBI's.  Gjerde led E-L-C with three hits and Karmen Hazen had two hits and two RBI's for the Midgettes.  E-L-C bunched all eight of the runs into two innings, scoring four each in the third and fourth innings.  The Midgettes finished with eleven hits.  The loss drops Le Mars to 4-and-11 for the season and 1-and-3 in the Lakes Conference.  The Lady Bulldogs will be looking to halt a six-game losing streak when they host M-O-C/Floyd Valley Tuesday night at the Bulldog Complex.

(baseball)

Gehlen Catholic (9-4/5-1) 15, Marcus/Meriden-Cleghorn/Resmen-Union 2, five innings

(REMSEN) -- Ty Kurth ran his record to 4-and-0, combining with Jarod Steffes on a five-hitter and Roman Freking belted his first career home run to lead Gehlen Catholic to a 15-2, five inning victory over Marcus/Meriden-Cleghorn/Remsen-Union in War Eagle Conference baseball in Remsen Monday night.  Freking's two-run homer came in a seven-run, 12-batter third inning that extended a 3-1 lead to 10-1 and set the Jays up for a ten-run rule verdict.  Gehlen added five more runs in the fourth.  Kurth led Gehlen at the plate with three hits and two RBI's.  Gehlen took advantage of seven errors by the Blue and five hit batsmen.  The two teams combined to commit ten errors.  Kurth allowed four hits in his four-inning stint but did surrender his first runs of the season.  Kurth and Steffes combined for seven strikeouts.  Tristan Olson, the first of three pitchers used by MMC/RU, took the loss.  Olson led the Blue at the plate with two hits and a RBI.  Gehlen improves to 10-and-3 for the season and 5-and-1 in the W-E-C.  They take a five-game winning streak into a Wednesday night match-up with West Sioux at Hawarden.  MMC/RU falls to 3-and-8 for the season and play at George-Little Rock Tuesday night.  

Le Mars (7-6/4-2) 17, Estherville/Lincoln Central 2, four innings

(LE MARS)  -- The Le Mars offense was clicking on all cylinders Monday night in a 17-2, four-inning pounding of Estherville/Lincoln Central.  The Bulldogs finished with 14 hits with Matt Ellefson and Trevor Westhoff collecting three each.  Dayton Rand drove in three runs.  Le Mars scored six runs in the first inning and added six more in the third to open up a 12-2 lead.  The game ended on the 'Mercy Rule' in the bottom of the fourth when the Dogs added five more runs.  Gabe Eckstaine threw a three-hitter with one walk and four strikeouts to get the win.  Le Mars improves to 7-and-6 for the season and 4-and-2 in the Lakes Conference.  The Bulldogs host M-O-C/Floyd Valley Tuesday night.

(little league)

JUNIOR BOYS
Reds 12, Royals 5
Giants 13, Rays 12

JUNIOR GIRLS
Foxes 15, Hawks 1
Raiders 3, Falcons 1
Hawks 19, Raiders 18, completion of suspended game from June 10th

MAJOR GIRLS
Lions 11, Warriors 10
Spartans 12, Eagles 11
Chargers 13, Rockets 11
Broncos 16, Panthers 6

MINOR GIRLS
Sparks 4, Sting 3
Rockers 4, Heat 3
Comets 2, Liberty 1
Storm 3, Stars 2

(N-H-L Stanley Cup finals)

Chicago 2, Tampa Bay 0  (Chicago wins the series 4-2)

CHICAGO - Duncan Keith scored the game-winner and Corey Crawford finished with 25 saves as the Chicago Blackhawks won their third Stanley Cup in six seasons, beating Tampa Bay 2-0. The game was scoreless until Keith followed up his own rebound and beat Ben Bishop with 2:47 left in the second period. Patrick Kane assisted on the game-winner before adding his lone goal of the series, clinching the Hawks' sixth NHL championship.

(College World Series at Omaha)

Vanderbilt 4, Cal State-Fullerton 3, completion of suspended game from Sunday

Miami (Fla.) 4, Arkansas 3

Virginia 1, Florida 0

OMAHA, Nebraska - Defending champion Vanderbilt, Miami and Virginia were winners in the College World Series yesterday. Freshman Jeren Kendall's two-run homer off Tyler Peitzmeier in the bottom of the ninth inning gave Vanderbilt a 4-3, come-from-behind victory over Cal State Fullerton. Miami eliminated Arkansas 4-3 on Jacob Heyward's RBI single in the bottom of the ninth, and Virginia is 2-0 after Brandon Waddell limited Florida to a pair of hits in seven innings of a 1-0 verdict over the Gators.

(American Association baseball)

Sioux City Explorers 9, Lincoln Saltdogs 1

(major league baseball)

INTERLEAGUE

Pittsburgh 11, Chicago White Sox 0
Baltimore 4, Philadelphia 0
Detroit 6, Cincinnati 0
Atlanta 4, Boston 2
Miami 2, N.Y. Yankees 1
N.Y. Mets 4, Toronto 3, 11 innings
Tampa Bay 6, Washington 1
Texas 4, L.A. Dodgers 1
Cleveland at Chicago, ppd., rain
Houston 6, Colorado 3
Kansas City 8, Milwaukee 5
St. Louis 3, Minnesota 2
Arizona 7, L.A. Angels 3
Oakland 9, San Diego 1
Seattle 5, San Francisco 1

 

 

 

 

TUESDAY RESULTS - June 16

(softball)

Le Mars (5-11) 7, M-O-C/Floyd Valley 0

(LE MARS)  -- Freshman Grace Milbrodt fired a five-hit shutout with one walk and three strikeouts to pitch Le Mars to a 7-0 win over visiting M-O-C/Floyd Valley Tuesday night in non-conference softball play.  The victory snapped a six-game losing streak for the Lady Bulldogs as they improve to 5-and-11 for the season heading into a Lakes Conference match-up Wednesday night at Western Christian.  The game in Hull will be carried on KLEM.  Christina Konz drove in three runs for Le Mars while Holly Schneider led a seven-hit attack with a pair of singles and she had one RBI.  Le Mars broke open a tight game with a four-run sixth inning to extend a 3-0 lead with Schneider, Konz and Grace Milbrodt all delivering RBI hits.

(baseball)

Le Mars (8-6) 2, M-O-C/Floyd Valley 1

(LE MARS) -- The Le Mars Bulldogs snapped a 1-all tie on a Trent Hilbrands RBI single in the bottom of the sixth inning Tuesday night to edge M-O-C/Floyd Valley 2-1 in a non-league baseball match-up at the Bulldog Sports Complex.  M-O-C/Floyd Valley's Tyler Rupp checked Le Mars to just two hits.  Hilbrands had both hits for the Bulldogs.  Preston Vore and Caleb Cline combined on a four-hitter for the Dogs with seven strike outs.  Cline worked the final two innings to earn the victory.  Le Mars improves to 8-and-6 for the season and returns to Lakes Conference play Wednesday night  at Hull against Western Christian.

(little league)

JUNIOR BOYS
D'Backs 13, Reds 12
Orioles 12, Giants 10

MAJOR BOYS
Rockies 9, Pirates 3
Yankees 12, Tigers 3
Cubs 10, Marlins 6
Mets 9, Angels 7
White Sox 8, Phils 1
A's 10, Dodgers 1

MINOR BOYS
Blue Jays 1, Astros 0
Rangers 3, Braves 3, tie
Red Sox 3, Twins 0
Indians 4, Nationals 1
Padres 1, Cards 0

(N-B-A finals)

Golden State 105, Cleveland 97  (Golden State wins series 4-2)

CLEVELAND - Stephen Curry and NBA Finals MVP Andre Iguodala each scored 25 points as the Golden State Warriors knocked off Cleveland 105-97 to win their first championship since 1975. The Warriors blew most of a 15-point lead in the final two minutes before Curry and Iguodala each hit two free throws in the closing 30 seconds to clinch the series in six games. Cavaliers forward LeBron James finished with 32 points, 18 rebounds and nine assists while playing all but 78 seconds.

(College World Series at Omaha)

L-S-U 5, Cal State-Fullerton 3
Vanderbilt 1, T-C-U 0

OMAHA, Neb. - LSU eliminated Cal State Fullerton in the College World Series yesterday before defending-champion Vanderbilt improved to 2-0 with a 1-0 shutout of TCU. Tigers pitcher Alex Lange pitched his second complete game in three starts to lead a 5-3 win over the Horned Frogs. For the Commodores, Philip Pfeifer and Kyle Wright combined on a five-hitter and Zander Wiel led off the seventh with a solo homer to break up Alex Young's no-hit bid.

(American Association baseball)

Sioux City Explorers 5, Lincoln Saltdogs 0

(major league baseball)

INTERLEAGUE
St. Louis 3, Minnesota 2
Houston 8, Colorado 5
Oakland 6, San Diego 5
San Francisco 6, Seattle 2
Boston 9, Atlanta 4
Pittsburgh 3, Chicago White Sox 0
Baltimore 19, Philadelphia 3
Cincinnati 5, Detroit 2
Miami 12, N.Y. Yankees 2
N.Y. Mets 3, Toronto 2
Washington 16, Tampa Bay 4
Cleveland 6, Chicago Cubs 0
Texas 3, L.A. Dodgers 2
Kansas City 7, Milwaukee 2
L.A. Angels 4, Arizona 1

 

 

 

 

WEDNESDAY RESULTS - June 17

(softball)

Le Mars (6-11/2-3) 10, Western Christian 7, eight innings

(HULL)  -- Senior Janessa Milbrodt turned in what may have been the best single performance in Lady Bulldog history Wednesday night to lead Le Mars to a 10-7, eight inning Lakes Conference softball win over Western Christian.  After missing the first 12 games while working through a suspension, Milbrodt has struggled to remain healthy, first having to heal a cut on her foot and most recently she's been sidelined by a pulled quad muscle.  On a night when she wasn't expected to see any action, Milbrodt was pressed into service to pitch in the fourth inning of Wednesday's game at Hull.  The Lady Bulldogs had just battled back from a 7-3 deficit to pull to within 7-6 when Milbrodt came into pitch.  She proceeded to shut  out the Wolfpack over the next five innings while striking out eleven batters and stranding seven base runners.  As if that wasn't impressive enough, she tied the game with a lead-off home run in the top of the seventh inning, barely able to limp around the bases following the towering drive to left.  An inning later, with the game tied 7-all she came to the plate with two outs and two teammates on base.  She put a exclamation mark on her night with a three-run homer that she lined over the right field fence, barely clearing the top rail for a 10-7 lead.  She struck out the side out in the bottom of the eighth, stranding a pair of base runners to lift Le Mars to an improbable victory.  The Lady Bulldogs improve to 6-and-11 for the season and 2-and-3 in the Lakes Conference.  They travel to Emmetsburg Thursday night and to Storm Lake on Friday.         

Gehlen Catholic (9-9) 11, West Sioux 3

(IRETON)  -- Taylor Peters homered for the second straight game and finished with three hits and two RBI's to back a six-hit, complete game pitching performance from Emily Meyer as Gehlen Catholic pulled away from West Sioux to win 11-3 in a non-conference softball clash in Ireton.  The two teams were tied 3-3 after the first three innings but the Lady Jays had forged ahead 6-3 going into the seventh inning.  Gehlen put five runs on the board in their last at-bat to seal the outcome.  Carly Bunkers and Jaci Alesch also had three each for Gehlen as part of a 12-hit attack.  Bunkers and Melissa Schmit drove in two runs apiece.  Taylor Rodenburgh had three hits for the Falcons.  Gehlen Catholic improves to 9-and-9 for the season.  The Lady Jays host Clay Central-Everly Thursday and play in the Spalding Tournament Friday and Saturday.

(baseball)

Le Mars (9-6/5-2) 7 Western Christian 2

(HULL)  -- Trent Hilbrands scattered seven hits with no walks and three strike outs in a complete game performance to pitch Le Mars to a 7-2 Lakes Conference baseball win over Western Christian Wednesday night at Hull.  The Bulldogs backed him up with an eleven-hit attack, led by a two-hit night for Matt Ellefson, Kyle Kliever and Dayton Rand.  Gabe Eckstaine and Caleb Cline had two RBI's each.  Le Mars improves to 9-and-6 for the season and 5-and-2 in the Lakes Conference.  Le Mars travels to Sioux City Thursday to play number-six (4A) East before returning to Lakes Conference play at Storm Lake on Friday.  

(#10-1A)West Sioux 3, Gehlen Catholic (10-4) 2

(HAWARDEN)  -- Gehlen lost a heart-breaker Wednesday night, dropping a 3-2 decision to number-ten (1A) West Sioux in a non-conference baseball match-up at Hawarden.  The Jays took a 2-0 lead into the bottom of the seventh inning, but three hit-batsman, a walk and a error led to a three-run inning and a walk-off win for the Falcons.  The loss snapped Gehlen's five-game winning streak and drops their record to 10-and-4 for the season.  Both teams had only four hits.  Jarod Steffes had two of Gehlen's four hits and drove in both runs.  Gehlen entertains Clay Central-Everly Friday in a War Eagle Conference game before hosting the J-Club Tournament on Saturday.

(little league)

JUNIOR BOYS
D'Backs 7, Royals 1
Mariners 9, Orioles 3

JUNIOR GIRLS
Foxes 15, Raiders 2
Falcons 18, Hawks 7

MAJOR GIRLS
Warriors 19, Eagles 12
Spartans 13, Lions 11
Broncos 13, Rockets 10
Panthers 14, Chargers 11

MINOR GIRLS
Storm 6, Sparks 0
Heat 7, Liberty 0
Rockers 6, Comets 5
Stars 5, Sting 2

(College World Series at Omaha)

Florida 10, Miami (Fla.) 2

OMAHA, Neb. - Harrison Bader led off the game with the first of Florida's four home runs, Alex Faedo and two relievers combined on a four-hitter, and the Gators knocked Miami out of the College World Series with a 10-2 win Wednesday night.

(American Association baseball)

Sioux City Explorers 10, Lincoln Saltdogs 5

(major league baseball)

INTERLEAGUE
Baltimore 6, Philadelphia 4
N.Y. Yankees 2, Miami 1
Tampa Bay 5, Washington 0
Toronto 8, N.Y. Mets 0
Atlanta 5, Boston 2
Chicago Cubs 17, Cleveland 0
Cincinnati 8, Detroit 4, 13 innings
Kansas City 10, Milwaukee 2
Pittsburgh 3, Chicago White Sox 2
Minnesota 3, St. Louis 1
Houston 8, Colorado 4
Arizona 3, L.A. Angels 2
Oakland 16, San Diego 2
Seattle 2, San Francisco 0
Texas 5, L.A. Dodgers 3

 

 

 

 

THURSDAY RESULTS - June 18

(softball)

Le Mars (7-11/3-3) 7, (#5-2A)Emmetsburg 2

(EMMETSBURG)  -- Janessa Milbrodt threw a complete game, four-hitter with eleven strike outs to pitch Le Mars to a 7-2 win over number-five (2A) Emmetsburg Thursday in Lakes Conference softball action at Emmetsburg.  The Lady Bulldogs scored the go-ahead run on a passed ball in the sixth inning to take a 3-2 lead and then sealed the outcome with a four-run seventh.  Christina Konz had two of the eight Le Mars hits.  The Lady Bulldogs have now strung together three straight wins for their longest winning streak of the season as they improve to 7-and-11 for the season and have now evened their Lakes Conference record at 3-and-3.  Le Mars travels to Storm Lake Friday.

Gehlen Catholic (10-9/5-1) 9, Clay Central-Everly 0

(LE MARS)  -- Meghen Heying tossed a nifty three-hit shutout with one walk and four strikeouts and the Lady Jays backed her up with a 12-hit attack as Gehlen Catholic won their third straight, 9-0 over Clay Central-Everly Thursday night in War Eagle Conference softball.  Carly Bunkers was the hitting star for Gehlen with four hits and a run batted in.  Taylor Peters and Melissa Schmit had two hits each.  A six-run second inning put the Lady Jays in charge early with a 7-0 lead.  Gehlen Catholic improves to 10-and-9 for the season and 5-and-1 in league play.  Gehlen plays in the Spalding Tournament Friday and Saturday.

(little league)

JUNIOR BOYS
Rays 8, Mariners 7

MAJOR BOYS
A's 12, Yankees 10
Angels 4, White Sox 3
Dodgers 6, Pirates 4
Mets 11, Tigers 8
Marlins 11, Phils 8
Cubs 3, Rockies 2

MINOR BOYS
Padres 4, Indians 3
Red Sox 2, Braves 1
Astros 0, Nationals 0, tie
Rangers 1, Cards 1, tie
Twins 1, Blue Jays 0

(College World Series at Omaha)

T-C-U 8, L-S-U 4

(American Association baseball)

Sioux City Explorers 5, Lincoln Saltdogs 4, eleven innings

(major league baseball)

INTERLEAGUE
Philadelphia 2, Baltimore 1
Minnesota 2, St. Louis 1
Houston 8, Colorado 4
San Diego 3, Oakland 1
L.A. Angels 7, Arizona 1
N.Y. Yankees 9, Miami 4
Tampa Bay 5, Washington 3
Toronto 7, N.Y. Mets 1
Boston 5, Atlanta 2
Cleveland 4, Chicago Cubs 3
Detroit at Cincinnati, ppd., rain
Kansas City 3, Milwaukee 2
Pittsburgh 3, Chicago White Sox 2
San Francisco 7, Seattle 0
L.A. Dodgers 1, Texas 0

 

 

 

FRIDAY RESULTS - June 19

(softball)

Le Mars (8-11/4-3) 5, Storm Lake 2

(STORM LAKE)  -- Freshman Sidney Baumgartner had a pair of RBI hits and the Milbrodt sisters, Grace and Janessa, teamed up on a six-hitter in the pitcher's circle to lead Le Mars to a 5-2 Lakes Conference softball win at Storm Lake Friday night.  Baumgartner's first RBI single capped a three-run second inning for Le Mars.  She added another RBI single in the seventh to extend a 4-2 lead.  Grace Milbrodt also had two hits for the Lady Bulldogs.  Grace worked the first four innings to earn the win in the pitcher's circle with Janessa working the final three innings to pick up her first save of the season.  Le Mars extended their winning streak to four straight and improve their season mark to 8-and-11 and their Lakes Conference record to 4-and-3.  The Lady Bulldogs host Emmetsburg Monday.

Spalding Tournament at Le Mars

(#13-3A)Sioux Center 6, Gehlen Catholic (10-10) 0

(LE MARS)  -- Number-13 (3A) Sioux Center scored six runs in the first inning and then road the two-hit pitching performance of Megan Cleveringa to a 6-0 victory over Gehlen Catholic in the first round of the Spalding Tournament Friday at the River View Complex.  Hannah Dykshorn had a two-run double for the Warriors to key the quick start for Sioux Center.  Jill Kessenich and Taylor Peters had the two Gehlen hits.  Cleveringa struck out ten.  Meghen Heying scattered six hits for Gehlen with one walk and one strike out.  Gehlen Catholic falls to 10-and-10 for the season and will play Unity Christian at 10 a.m. Saturday in the second day of play.  If they lose that game they'll play again at 1:00.  If they win the Unity game they'll play again at 2:30.

(baseball)

Le Mars (10-6/6-2) 10, Storm Lake 8

(STORM LAKE)  -- The Le Mars Bulldogs rallied for six runs in the top of the seventh inning Friday night at Storm Lake to erase a 7-4 deficit and then had to escape a bases-loaded jam in the bottom of the seventh to nail down a 10-8 Lakes Conference baseball victory.  Trent Hilbrands' two-run single tied the game in the seventh for Le Mars and Dayton Rand delivered a bases-loaded, two-run single four batters later to put the Dogs ahead 9-7.  The final run scored on a wild pitch.  The Tornadoes were looking to win their first game in league play and avenge a 23-1, four-inning loss to Le Mars June 3rd.  Storm Lake loaded the bases against Bulldog reliever Caleb Cline in the seventh.  After allowing a run to score on a wild pitch, Cline struck out the side to nail down the victory and avoid a stunning upset.  Race Streker worked the first five inning for Le Mars.  Rand and Hilbrands both finished with three hits and three RBI's to lead the Bulldogs offense.  Le Mars improves to 10-and-6 for the season with a 6-and-2 league mark.  They'll host Emmetsburg Monday.

Gehlen Catholic (11-4/6-1) 16, Clay Central-Everly 0, four innings

(LE MARS)  -- Gehlen Catholic erupted for 13 runs in the first inning Friday night against visiting Clay Central-Everly and the Jays went on to beat the Mavericks 16-0 in four innings on the 'Mercy Rule'.  The Jays bunched seven hits with six Maverick errors to ignite the fast start.  Jarod Steffes finished with two hits and three RBI's for Gehlen with Roman Freking and Morgan Kellen driving in two runs each.  Lucas Hunt threw a one-hit shutout with three walks and six strike outs for Gehlen.  The Jays improve to 11-and-4 for the season and 6-and-1 in War Eagle Conference play.  Gehlen hosts the J-Club Tournament Saturday at the River View Complex.  Gehlen meets Woodbury Central at 11 a.m. in a re-match of the Sub-State final from last summer that saw the Jays win in a walk-off in the eighth inning to earn a berth in the 2014 1A State Tournament.  The second game at 1 pm will feature Boyden-Hull/Rock Valley against tournament new-comer Spirit Lake.  The third place game will start at 3 p.m. with the championship game set for 5 p.m. Saturday.

 

(College World Series at Omaha)

Florida 10, Virginia 5

Vanderbilt 7, T-C-U 1

(American Association baseball)

Sioux City Explorers 6, Sioux Falls Canaries 1

(major league baseball)

INTERLEAGUE
Minnesota 7, Chicago Cubs 2

AMERICAN LEAGUE
N.Y. Yankees 7, Detroit 2
Toronto 5, Baltimore 4
Tampa Bay 4, Cleveland 1
Boston 7, Kansas City 3
Texas 2, Chicago White Sox 1
L.A. Angels 12, Oakland 7
Seattle 5, Houston 2

NATIONAL LEAGUE
Washington 4, Pittsburgh 1
St. Louis 12, Philadelphia 4
Cincinnati 5, Miami 0
Atlanta 2, N.Y. Mets 1
Milwaukee 9, Colorado 5
Arizona 4, San Diego 2
San Francisco 9, L.A. Dodgers 5

 

 

 

SATURDAY RESULTS - June 20

(baseball)

J-Club Tournament
Gehlen Catholic (12-4) 7, Woodbury Central 2
Spirit Lake 16, Boyden-Hull/Rock Valley 8
(consolation game) Boyden-Hull/Rock Valley 7, Woodbury Central 6
(championship game) Gehlen Catholic (13-4) 8, Spirit Lake 2

(LE MARS)  -- Gehlen Catholic improved to 13-and-4 by winning the J-Club Tournament title Saturday with a 7-2 win over Woodbury Central in the semifinals and an 8-2 victory over Spirit Lake in the championship game at the River View Complex.  Solomon Freking and Ty Kurth combined on a three-hitter to pitch Gehlen to a 7-2 win over Woodbury Central in a rematch of last summer's thrilling Sub-State final.  Freking worked the first six innings, allowing three hits, walking five and striking out five.  Kurth struck out two in his one inning of work.  Robbie Gunter, Roman Freking and Jarrod Steffes had two hits each for the Jays.  Steffes and Kurth combined to allow just three hits in the 8-2 championship game win over Spirit Lake with Steffes pitching the first six innings, giving up two hits, five walks and ten strike outs.  Kurth allowed one hit in a one inning relief stint.  D.J. Loutsch, Morgan Kellen, Ty Kurth and Jarod Steffes had two hits each for Gehlen.  The Jays travel to Remsen St. Mary's Monday to face the Hawks in a War Eagle Conference match-up.

(softball)

Spalding Tournament at Le Mars

Gehlen Catholic (11-10) 7, Unity Christian 6

(5th place game) Gehlen Catholic (12-10) 14, Storm Lake St. Mary's 5

(LE MARS)  -- Thirteen-rated (3A) Sioux Center repeated as champions of the Spalding Tournament Saturday with a 10-0 championship game win over Sioux City West at Gehlen's River View Complex.  Gehlen Catholic finished fifth after posting wins over Unity Christian and Storm Lake St. Mary's Saturday.  The Lady Jays scored four runs in the top of the sixth inning to rally past Unity Christian 7-6 in the consolation bracket semifinals.  The Knights had taken a 6-3 lead with three runs in the bottom of the fifth before the Lady Jays reclaimed the lead in their next at-bat.  Paris Schroeder paced a 12-hit Gehlen attack with three hits and a RBI.  Jill Kessenich, Carly Bunkers and Jaci Alesch added two hits each.  Bunkers and Alesch drove in two runs apiece.  Meghen Heying tossed a six-hitter to earn the pitching win.  Erin Miedema had a three-run double for Unity Christian.  Allie Hanson led Gehlen Catholic to a 14-5 win over Storm Lake St. Mary's as the Lady Jays laid claim to fifth place.  Hansen drove in a career-best four runs.  Carly Bunkers, Jaci Alesch and Taylor Peters had two RBI's each.  Paris Schroeder followed up her three-hit game against Unity Christian with three more hits against the Lady Panthers.  Senior Emily Meyer earned the pitching win, scattering nine hits with no walks and three strike outs.  Gehlen Catholic improves to 12-and-10 for the season with games at Remsen St. Mary's Monday and Akron-Westfield Tuesday in War Eagle Conferennce play.  The game at Akron Tuesday is a make-up game from an earlier rain out.  Both games will be carried on KLEM.

(College World Series at Omaha)

Virginia 5, Florida 4

(Virginia plays Vanderbilt starting Monday in a best-of-three championship series)

(American Association baseball)

Sioux Falls Canaries 9, Sioux City Explorers 6

(indoor football playoffs)

C-I-F CHAMPIONSHIP GAME at the Tyson Events Center: Sioux City Bandits 76, Texas 61

(major league baseball)

INTERLEAGUE
Chicago Cubs 4, Minnesota 1, 10 innings

AMERICAN LEAGUE
Baltimore 5, Toronto 3
Chicago White Sox 3, Texas 2
Oakland 4, L.A. Angels 1
Kansas City 7, Boston 4
Tampa Bay 4, Cleveland 1
N.Y. Yankees 14, Detroit 3
Seattle 6, Houston 3

NATIONAL LEAGUE
Washington 6, Pittsburgh 0
Colorado 5, Milwaukee 1
St. Louis 10, Philadelphia 1
Miami 5, Cincinnati 0
Atlanta 6, N.Y. Mets 4
San Francisco 6, L.A. Dodgers 2
San Diego 8, Arizona 1

 

 

 

SUNDAY RESULTS - June 21

(major league baseball)

INTERLEAGUE
Chicago Cubs 8, Minnesota 0

AMERICAN LEAGUE
Detroit 12, N.Y. Yankees 4
Baltimore 13, Toronto 9
Cleveland 1, Tampa Bay 0
Boston 13, Kansas City 2
Chicago White Sox 3, Texas 2, 11 innings
Oakland 3, L.A. Angels 2
Houston 6, Seattle 2

NATIONAL LEAGUE
Cincinnati 5, Miami 2
Washington 9, Pittsburgh 2
Philadelphia 9, St. Louis 2
Colorado 10, Milwaukee 4
Arizona 7, San Diego 2
Atlanta 1, N.Y. Mets 0
L.A. Dodgers 10, San Francisco 2

(American Association baseball)

Sioux City Explorers 8, Sioux Falls Canaries 3

   

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