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LE MARS -- Sioux City East held off Le Mars to win 9-6 on opening night Monday night in softball action at the Bulldog Complex.  The Lady Bulldogs were missing their two varsity pitchers, leaving the opening night assignment to Kailn Hardyk.  Hardyk, who will pitch JV innings for the most part this summer,  allowed six hits and walked five in her rare varsity start.  Le Mars actually outhit East 11-6 but five errors defensively were just too much to overcome.  Grace Milbrodt led the way offensively for Le Mars, collecting two hits and driving in four runs.  Holly Schneider had three hits for Le Mars.  Allison Lester and Rylie Zyzda drove in two runs each for East.  Le Mars travels to Sioux City Tuesday to play Bishop Heelan.

Sioux City East 9, Le Mars (0-1) 6


LE MARS -- Sioux City East spoiled the season opener for the Le Mars Bulldogs baseball team on Monday night, winning 18-2 in four innings.  The game was shortened by the 'Mercy Rule'.  J.J. Stephens limited the Bulldogs to four hits while striking out eight.  Dayton Rand started for Le Mars and worked the first two innings, giving up eight runs to take the loss.  Rand was victimized by three errors so only two of the eight runs he surrendered were earned.  Spencer Franco and Isaac Funk drove in three runs each for the Black Raiders.  Race Streker had one of the four Bulldog hits and drove in a run.  Gabe Eckstaine, Dayton Rand and Kyle Kliever had one hit each for the Dogs.  Preston Vore, Keaton Candor and Race Streker all took a turn on the mound for Le Mars.  East jumped out to an 8-0 lead before Le Mars scored twice in the bottom of the second.  The Black Raiders tallied five times in the third and five more times in the fourth to end the game early.  Le Mars travels to Sioux City North Tuesday night.

Sioux City East 18, Le Mars (0-1) 2, four innings

(major league baseball)

L.A. Angels 4, San Diego 3

N.Y. Yankees 14, Kansas City 1
Baltimore 4, Houston 3
Minnesota 7, Boston 2
Oakland 4, Detroit 0
Texas 10, Cleveland 8
Toronto 6, Chicago White Sox 0
Seattle 4, Tampa Bay 1

Colorado 5, Cincinnati 4
N.Y. Mets 6, Philadelphia 3
San Francisco 8, Milwaukee 4
Washington 2, Chicago Cubs 1
St. Louis 3, Arizona 2, 10 innings
Pittsburgh 4, Miami 2
L.A. Dodgers 6, Atlanta 3

(N-B-A playoff basketball)

HOUSTON - James Harden scored a playoff career-high 45 points and the Houston Rockets forced a fifth game in the NBA's Western Conference finals by beating Golden State 128-115 last night. Harden contributed 17 points in the fourth quarter, including seven during a 10-0 run after the Warriors got within six points with 8  1/2 minutes remaining. The Rockets shot 17-for-32 from 3-point range, with Harden hitting 7 of 11.

WESTERN CONFERENCE FINALS: Houston 128, Golden State 115   (Golden State leads series 3-1)

(N-H-L playoff hockey)

ANAHEIM, Calif. - Matt Beleskey scored 45 seconds into overtime to give the Anaheim Ducks a 5-4 victory and a three-games-to-two lead over Chicago in the NHL's Western Conference finals. Cam Fowler, Ryan Kesler, Sami Vatanen (VAH'-tah-nehn) and Patrick Maroon also scored for the Ducks, who have alternated wins and losses in the series. The Blackhawks trailed 4-2 until Jonathan Toews (tayvz) scored twice in the final 1:50 of regulation

WESTERN CONFERENCE FINALS: Anaheim 5, Chicago 4, OT   (Anaheim leads series 3-2)







STATE TOURNAMENT QUALIFIERS:  (team - West Monona (375) & Unity Christian (379).  Individuals: Sam Knight of West Monona (77)  ..  Rachel Grenko of Hinton (79)  ..  Chanda Zomermaand of Unity Christian (84)  ..  Allyson Rose of West Monona (89)  ..  and Alyssa Fedders of Unity Christian (91).

Hinton finished third with a 389 and Sibley-Ocheyedan was fourth with a 409.

CLASS 4A GIRLS REGIONAL FINALS AT STORM LAKEpostponed to Wednesday at 10 am

CLASS 1A GIRLS REGIONAL FINALS AT NEWELL - play halted after nine holes by rain, play will resume at 11 am Wednesday

CLASS 2A GIRLS REGIONAL FINALS AT EAGLE GROVE - postponed to Wednesday at 10 am

CLASS 3A GIRLS REGIONAL FINALS AT POCAHONTAS - postponed to Wednesday at 10 am



LE MARS -- Taylor Peters' three-run double capped a four-run 4th inning for Gehlen Catholic and the Lady Jays went on to win their season opener, 8-1 over Marcus/Meriden-Cleghorn/Remsen-Union at the Riverview Complex Tuesday night.  Peters' two-out, bases-clearing hit off the center field fence followed a bases-loaded walk to Paris Schroeder.  The Lady Jays took advantage of nine walks, a hit batsman and seven wild pitches to score four runs in the first two innings without the aid of a hit.  The Jays were limited to just four hits by senior Alyssa Peters with Taylor Peters collecting a single and double.  Meghen Heying scattered seven hits in the circle for Gehlen and lost her shutout bid in the seventh when the Lady Jays committed two errors to push across an unearned run.  Heying finished with one walk and six strikeouts.  Maddie Phillips and Mackenzie Schleis had three hits each for the Eagles.  MMC/RU loaded the bases twice against Heying only to come up empty.  Gehlen Catholic travels to Royal Wednesday night to play Clay Central-Everly.

Gehlen Catholic (1-0) 8, Marcus/Meriden-Cleghorn/Remsen-Union 1

Le Mars (0-1) at Bishop Heelan (jv/varsity) - postponed


SIOUX CITY -- Dan Tillo and Robert Neustrom combined on a two-hit shutout with 17 strikeouts to pitch #3 (4A) Sioux City North to a 6-0 whitewashing of Le Mars in high school baseball action in Sioux City Tuesday night.  Tillo struck out eleven in four innings and Neustrom struck out six in three innings of hitless relief.  Keaton Candor and Race Streker had the only Bulldog hits.  Neustrom, an Iowa Hawkeye recruit, belted a solo home run for the Stars.  Trent Hillbrands and Ryley Magnussen split the pitching chores for the Bulldogs with Hillbrands working the first four innings, giving up four hits with two walks and two strike outs.  Magnussen gave up one hit in his two inning stint with two walks.  Le Mars hosts Sheldon Wednesday night at the Bulldog Complex.

LE MARS -- Morgan Kellen tossed an opening night two-hit shutout for Gehlen Catholic and the Jays beat Marcus/Meriden-Cleghorn/Remsen-Union 10-0 in a game shortened to six innings by the ten-run rule.  Gehlen erupted for five runs in the first inning, keyed by back-to-back triples off the bats of Ty Kurth and Jarod Steffes.  Steffes finished with three hits and Kurth had two hits and two RBI's for the Jays.  D.J. Loutsch brought an end to the contest in the bottom of the sixth inning with a two-run single to right.  The Jays travel to Everly Wednesday night to play Clay Central-Everly in a varsity only game at 5:30.

Sioux City North 6, Le Mars (0-2) 0

Gehlen Catholic (1-0) 10, Marcus/Meriden-Cleghorn/Remsen-Union 0, six innings

(little league)

D'Backs 12, Royals 11
Rays 10, Giants 6

A's 9, Angels 4
Phils 8, Tigers 7
White Sox 10, Dodgers 4
Pirates 10, Mets 9
Rockies 8, Marlins 2
Yankees 8, Cubs 1

Nationals 0, Cards 0, tie
Blue Jays 5, Red Sox 3
Rangers 9, Twins 3
Indians 1, Astros 0
Padres 0, Braves 0, tie

(American Association baseball)

Sioux City Explorers 2, Kansas City T-Bones 1

(major league baseball)

San Diego 4, L.A. Angels 0, 10 Innings

Houston 4, Baltimore 1
N.Y. Yankees 5, Kansas City 1
Toronto 10, Chicago White Sox 9
Seattle 7, Tampa Bay 6, 10 innings
Texas 4, Cleveland 3
Minnesota 2, Boston 1
Detroit 1, Oakland 0

Pittsburgh 5, Miami 1
Chicago Cubs 3, Washington 2
Cincinnati 2, Colorado 1
N.Y. Mets 5, Philadelphia 4, 10 innings
San Francisco 6, Milwaukee 3
St. Louis 6, Arizona 4
L.A. Dodgers 8, Atlanta 0

(N-B-A playoff basketball)

EASTERN CONFERENCE FINALS: Cleveland 118, Atlanta 88   (Cleveland wins series 4-0)

(N-H-L playoff hockey)

EASTERN CONFERENCE FINALS: N.Y. Rangers 7, Tampa Bay 3   (series tied 3-3)










STATE MEET QUALIFIERS:  (teams) Humboldt (382) & Storm Lake (394).  (individuals) Savannah Schnetzer of Humboldt (91), Brooke Anderson of Humboldt (92), Sienna Wolf of Algona (93), Rylee James of Storm Lake (94), Sara Sweeney of Carroll (97), Olivia Birdsell of Humboldt (97), and Lauren Sather of Spencer (97).

Le Mars had only three golfers compete at the Regional meet, not enough for a team results.  The Lady Bulldog scores:  Katelyn Raymond (116), Sidney Baumgartner (127) and Sophie Fedders (134).



STATE MEET QUALIFIERS:  (teams) Bishop Garrigan (406) & Akron-Westfield (407).  (individuals) Emily Morrow of Bishop Garrigan (91), Sara Harris of Graettinger-Terril/Ruthven-Ayrshire (92), Hannah Sieperda of Central Lyon (93), Kassie Peters of George-Little Rock (94), and Kortney Hedlund of Akron-Westfield (96).



STATE MEET QUALIFIERS:  (teams) Pleasantville (373) & River Valley (401).  (individuals) Hannah Gordon of Pleasantville (85), Bailey Olivi of Pleasantville (91), Avari Heinz-Pence of Pleasantville (93), Tessa Shields of Mount Ayr (94), Alycen Knaack of River Valley (95).



STATE MEET QUALIFIERS:  (teams) Alta-Aurelia (352) & Emmetsburg (361).  (individuals) Jenna Snyder of Alta-Aurelia (78), Erin Lockin of Emmetsburg (89), Allison Freeman of Emmetsburg (90), Nikki Weissenfluh of Dike-New Hartford (90), Mchaela Rehm of Emmetsburg (90) and Ashton Conelly of Emmetsburg (90).



STATE MEET QUALIFIERS:  (teams) Clarion-Goldfield/Dows (368) & M-O-C/Floyd Valley (375).  (individuals) Emily Snelling of Clear Lake (68), Alex Mankle of Okoboji (74), Mikaela Livengood of Garner-Hayfield/Ventura (86), and Courtney Snyder of Kuemper Catholic (88).



no Sioux City teams or individuals qualified



(LE MARS) -- Jenn Schneider capped a four-run seventh inning rally with a walk-off single, scoring Chaise Benjamin with the winning run as Le Mars edged Sheldon 9-8 Wednesday night at the Bulldogs Complex.  The victory evens the Lady Bulldogs mark at 1-and-1.  Crystal Eppling started the comeback in the seventh with a RBI single and Grace Milbrodt followed with a two-run single to tie the game.  Schneider's game-winner came with two outs.  Schneider had a three-run homer earlier in the game, giving her four RBI's for the night.  Kassidy Rieken returned to the pitching circle for Le Mars and scattered ten hits and struck out five to earn the complete game victory.  Le Mars plays in the Bishop Heelan Tournament Friday and Saturday.

Le Mars (1-1) 9, Sheldon 8

(EVERLY) -- The Gehlen Catholic girls won wild slugfest in Everly over Clay Central-Everly, 19-8, Wednesday night. 
Jill Kessenich and Taylor Peters belted home runs and Kessenich drove in four runs.  Kessenich and Jaci Alesch had four hits each.  Emily Meyers earned the pitching win with Meghen Heying closing out the victory in relief.  The victory improves Gehlen Catholic's record to 2-and-0.  They'll return to action Friday at Unity Christian in their War Eagle Conference opener and play at the Kingsley-Pierson Tournament Saturday.

Gehlen Catholic (2-0) 19, Clay Central-Everly 8


(LE MARS) -- The Le Mars Bulldogs finally got their offense going Wednesday night, scoring ten runs in the bottom of the sixth inning to snap a 6-all tie and beat Sheldon 16-6 on the ten-run rule.  The Orabs had fought back from a 5-1 deficit to tie the score in the top of the sixth.  Kyle Kliever drove in a career-best six runs on a double and single and Keaton Candor belted a home run.  Preston Vore earned the win in relief.  Vore followed Gabe Eckstaine and Race Steker to the mound.  Le Mars travels to Sioux City Thursday night to play Bishop Heelan at Briar Cliff's Bishop Mueller Field.  The varsity game will be carried on KLEM starting at 6 p.m.

Le Mars (1-2) 16, Sheldon 6, six innings

(ROYAL)  -- Gehlen Catholic improved to 2-and-0 in the young 2015 baseball season with an 18-0, four inning road win over Clay Central-Everly Wednesday night.  Ty Kurth and Matt Holzman combined to one-hit the Mavericks with eight strikeouts.  Kurth worked the first three innings and struck out seven while surrendering Clay Central-Everly's lone hit and walking one.  The Jays took advantage of six hit-batsman and seven walks to go along with eight hits.  Noah Livermore had two hits and a RBI to lead Gehlen offensively with Solomon Freking and D.J. Loutsch picking up two RBI's each.  The Jays travel to Unity Christian Friday for the War Eagle Conference baseball opener.  The game will be carried on KLEM, starting at 7:30.

Gehlen Catholic (2-0) 18, Clay Central-Everly 0, four innings

(little league)

Reds 10, D'Backs 9

Falcons 21, Hawks 8
Foxes 7, Raiders 6

Warriors 13, Chargers 7
Rockets 13, Eagles 11
Panthers 9, Lions 2
Broncos 11, Spartans 6


Sparks 6, Storm 5
Rockers 7, Comets 0
Heat 10, Liberty 1
Sting 0, Stars 0, tie

(American Association baseball)

Sioux City Explorers 9, Kansas City T-Bones 0

(major league baseball)

San Diego 5, L.A. Angels 4

Cleveland 12, Texas 3
Chicago White Sox 5, Toronto 3, 10 innings
N.Y. Yankees 4, Kansas City 2
Minnesota 6, Boston 4
Seattle 3, Tampa Bay 0
Detroit 3, Oakland 2
Baltimore 5, Houston 4

Colorado 6, Cincinnati 4
Pittsburgh 5, Miami 2
N.Y. Mets 7, Philadelphia 0
San Francisco 3, Milwaukee 1
Washington 3, Chicago Cubs 0
St. Louis 4, Arizona 3
Atlanta 3, L.A. Dodgers 2


(N-B-A playoff basketball)

WESTERN CONFERENCE FINALS: Golden State 104, Houston 90   (Golden State wins series 4-1)

(N-H-L playoff hockey)

WESTERN CONFERENCE FINALS: Chicago 5, Anaheim 2   (series tied 3-3)






1A GIRLS STATE TEAM TOURNAMENT AT FORT DODGE -- Waterloo Columbus defeated Le Mars (12-2)  5-0.     SINGLES RESULTS: Emily Ahlers lost 0-6, 1-6  ..  Britney Thompson lost 4-6, 6-4, 6-7  ..  Lexa Skov lost 0-6, 2-6  ..  Ellen Meis lost 0-6, 1-6  ..  Elizabeth Ihrke lost 3-6, 3-6  ..  Danielle Martin (incomplete match) 5-7, 3-4.    NO DOUBLES WERE PLAYED.


(SIOUX CITY) -- Bishop Heelan opened the 2015 season with a nine-run, 12-batter first inning against Le Mars and the Crusaders beat the Bulldogs 13-2 in a game shortened to five innings by the ten-run rule Thursday night at Bishop Mueller Field on the Briar Cliff campus.  Drew Kasperbauer had two doubles and drove in three runs to key the first inning uprising.  Le Mars committed four errors to fuel the Crusaders' cause.  Senior Ben Eastman checked the Bulldogs to three hits and retired the final eight batters he faced.  Trent Hilbrands had a second inning infield single for Le Mars and Race Streker and Ryley Magnussen had doubles an inning later.  Magnussen's double brought home Streker with the first Bulldog run and Magnussen scored on Gabe Eckstaine's ground out.  Caleb Cline and Dayton Rand split the pitching chores, each working two innings.  The two combined to give up eleven hits.  Le Mars, now 1-and-3 for the season, returns to action Monday at Sioux City West.

Bishop Heelan 13, Le Mars (1-3) 2, five innings

(little league)

Giants 0, Orioles 0, tie
Rays 8, Mariners 2

Rockies 5, Mets 1
White Sox 9, Marlins 8
A's 9, Phils 3
Tigers 11, Pirates 1
Cubs 6, Angels 2
Yankees 5, Dodgers 1

Indians 15, Cards 5
Astros 13, Red Sox 10
Rangers 8, Blue Jays 6
Twins 0, Padres 0, tie
Braves 0, Nationals 0, tie

(American Association baseball)

Sioux City Explorers 3, Kansas City T-Bones 1

(major league baseball)

Chicago White Sox 3, Baltimore 2, 1st game
Baltimore 6, Chicago White Sox 3, 2nd game
Boston 5, Texas 1
L.A. Angels 12, Detroit 2
Oakland 5, N.Y. Yankees 4
Cleveland 5, Seattle 3

Pittsburgh 11, San Diego 5
San Francisco 7, Atlanta







Le Mars' Matt Ellefson & Dylan Harms won their first round match over a team from Dubuque Wahlert 6-2, 7-5, but then lost in the 2nd round to a Davenport Assumption team 0-6, 6-4, 3-6.  They won their consolation bracket match over a team from Davenport Assumption 6-4, 0-6, 10-6 to advance to Saturday's consolation semifinals where they'll meet a team from Cedar Rapids Xavier.

Le Mars' other double tandem, Thomas Havey & Kyle Marek, won their first round match over a team from Denison-Schleswig 2-6, 7-5, 6-2, but then lost to a Fort Dodge St. Edmonds team 0-6, 2-6.  They were eliminated, losing in their first consolation bracket match to a team from Decorah 6-2, 1-6, 2-10.




(3A meet at Livermore - Tate Arends of M-O-C/Floyd Valley is 17th after Day One with a 78, nine shots off the lead held by Clear Lake's Duane Waldron. 

(2A meet at Ames - Jaden Snyder of West Lyon is tenth after Day One with a 77, seven shots off the lead, held by Will Babcock of Panarama.  West Lyon's Dylan Whalen opened with an 87 and sits 45th.  Estherville/Lincoln Central is seventh in the team competition.

(1A at Marshalltown - Alta-Aurelia's Josh McCormick is five back of the leader, Chris Cooksley of East Buchanon, after an opening day 75.  Jack Glienke of Alta Aurelia is 14th with a 77.  Alta-Aurelia is seventh in the team competition.


Bishop Heelan Classic
Sioux City North 5, (#3-4A)Le Mars (1-2) 4, six innings

(#3-4A)Le Mars (2-2) 7, Charter Oak-Ute 6, six innings

(SIOUX CITY)  -- #3 (4A) Le Mars split their two games in the first day of the two-day Bishop Heelan Softball Classic at Riverside Park. In the first game Friday night, Sioux City North rallied to edge Le Mars 5-4 with a walk-off single in the bottom of the sixth inning.  Freshman Kalin Hardyk took the loss, giving up eight hits, walking six and recording four strike outs.  Christina Konz led the Lady Bulldogs' offensively with two hits.

In the second game , Le Mars beat Charter Oak-Ute 7-6 with Grace Milbrodt providing a walk-off two-run double in the bottom of the sixth inning for the Lady Bulldogs.  Milbrodt finished with three RBI's on a pair of hits.  Kassidy Renken scattered ten hits, walked two and struck out two to earn the victory in the pitching circle for Le Mars.  Le Mars takes a 2-and-2 record into Saturday's games at 10 am against #3 (2A) Fort Dodge St. Edmond and at 12-noon against #1 (1A) Woodbury Central in the second day of the Classic.


Gehlen Catholic (3-0/1-0) 15, Unity Christian 4, five innings

(ORANGE CITY) -- The Gehlen girls rolled to a 15-4, five inning victory in Orange City Friday night over Unity Christian to improve to 3-and-0 for the season and 1-and-0 in the War Eagle Conference.  Taylor Peters had four hits to lead the Lady Jays offensively and Jaci Alesch added two hits.  Meghen Heying scattered seven hits in the pitching circle for Gehlen with one walk and two strike outs.  Gehlen plays three games Saturday in the Kingsley-Pierson Classic.


Gehlen Catholic (3-0/1-0) 5, Unity Christian 2

(ORANGE CITY)  -- Ty Kurth's three-run single capped a four-run second inning for Gehlen Catholic and Jarod Steffes threw a complete game five-hitter and the Jays stayed unbeaten at 3-and-0 with a 5-2 win over Unity Christian Friday night in Orange City.  Kurth's hit to right-center came on a 3-2 pitch with two outs and the runners on the move.  D.J. Loutsch singled home the first run in the inning.  Jarod Steffes added a two-out, RBI-double in the seventh to extend a 4-2 lead.  Steffes gave up a pair of unearned runs in the fifth and finished with six strike outs.  Alex Dorhout scattered seven hits for Unity Christian, but walked three and hit three batters.  Dorhout finished with eight strikeouts.  The Jays return to War Eagle Conference play Monday with a home date against West Sioux.

(little league)

Reds 10, Royals 6
Orioles 9, Mariners 7

Foxes 10, Hawks 7
Falcons 12, Raiders 4

Broncos 14, Rockets 6
Panthers 14, Chargers 13
Warriors 15, Eagles 9
Lions 14, Spartans 4

Sting 9, Liberty 7
Comets 5, Sparks 5, tie
Rockers 8, Storm 0
Heat 13, Stars 4

(American Association baseball)

Quebec Capitales 5, Sioux City Explorers 3

(major league baseball)

Kansas City 8, Chicago Cubs 4


Baltimore 2, Tampa Bay 1
Texas 7, Boston 4
Chicago White Sox 6, Houston 3, 11 innings
Toronto 6, Minnesota 4
L.A. Angels 2, Detroit 0
Oakland 6, N.Y. Yankees 2
Seattle 2, Cleveland 1

Colorado 4, Philadelphia 1
Miami 4, N.Y. Mets 3
Cincinnati 5, Washington 2
Arizona 7, Milwaukee 5
St. Louis 3, L.A. Dodgers 0
San Diego 6, Pittsburgh 2
San Francisco 4, Atlanta 2


(N-H-L playoff hockey)

EASTERN CONFERENCE FINALS: Tampa Bay 2, N.Y. Rangers 0  (Tampa Bay wins series 4-3 to advance to the Stanley Cup finals)








DOUBLES: Le Mars' Matt Ellefson & Dylan Harms won their consolation bracket semifinal match Saturday morning 2-6, 6-4, 10-6 over a doubles team from Cedar Rapids Xavier.  They finished in 6th place, losing 5-7, 6-3, 8-10 to a team from Marharishi from Fairfield.


(3A meet at Livermore - Webster City won the team title and Dane Waldron of Clear Lake won the individual title with a 150.  Tate Arends of M-O-C/Floyd Valley finished 22nd with a 164). 

(2A meet at Ames - Panorama won the team title with a 616 and Estherville/Lincoln Central finished 7th with a 680.  Will Babcock of Panorama won the medal with a 142. Jaden Snyder of West Lyon finished 12th with a 158 and Dylan Whalen of West Lyon was 50th with a 178). 

(1A at Marshalltown - Bishop Garrigan won the team title with a 604 with Alta-Aurelia finishing 4th with a 649.  Kaleb Haage of Winfield-Mt. Union won the medal with a 145.  Josh McCormick of Alta-Aurleia finished 5th with a 149 and Jack Glienke of Alta-Aurelia finished 13th with a 155.)


Bishop Heelan Classic

(#3-2A)Fort Dodge St. Edmond 10, (#3-4A)Le Mars (2-3) 0

(#1-1A)Woodbury Central 6, (#3-4A)Le Mars (2-4) 3

(SIOUX CITY) -- Le Mars fell to 2-and-4 for the season after going 1-and-3 at the Heelan Classic Friday and Saturday.  Saturday, #3 (4A) Le Mars lost 10-0 to #3 (2A) Fort Dodge St. Edmond as sisters Amanda and Emma Lansman combined to one-hit the Lady Bulldogs.  Kalin Hardyk doubled for the lone Le Mars hit.  Kassidy Rieken took the loss in the pitching circle, combining with Grace Milbrodt to surrender 19 hits.

In game two Saturday, #1 (1A) Woodbury Central limited a seventh rally by Le Mars to two runs and held off the Lady Bulldogs to win 6-3.  Kassidy Rieken had three of the six Le Mars hits off winning pitcher Jade Peterson.  She struck out eight.  Sidney Baumgartner and Ellie Meade had RBI hits for Le Mars.  Grace Milbrodt started the game in the pitching circle for Le Mars and gave up nine hits in 5 1/3 innings.  Kassidy Rieken worked the final 1 2/3.  All six runs were charged to Milbrodt.  Le Mars returns to action Monday at Sergeant Bluff-Luton.

Kingsley-Pierson Classic

Westwood 5, Gehlen Catholic (3-1) 3

(#15-1A)Newell-Fonda 6, Gehlen Catholic (3-2) 5

Kingsley-Pierson 6, Gehlen Catholic (3-3) 5, nine innings

(KINGSLEY) -- Gehlen Catholic went 0-and-3 at the Kingsley-Pierson softball Classic Saturday.  Westwood punched all five runs into the fifth inning to erase a 2-0 deficit and the Rebels handed the Lady Jays their first loss of the season, 5-3.  Taylor Peters homered for Gehlen Catholic.  #15 (1A) Newell-Fonda rallied from a 5-4 deficit deficit with two runs in the bottom of the sixth inning to pull out a 6-5 victory.  Kate Christiansen limited Gehlen to five hits in the pitching circle and Mackenzie Mandernach drove in two runs for the Mustangs.  Paris Schroeder had two hits, including a triple, and two RBI's for the Lady Jays.  Kingsley-Pierson scored a walk-off win the finale, edging Gehlen Catholic 6-5 in nine innings.  Gehlen had tied the game in the top of the seventh to send the game into extra innings.  Taylor Peters had three hits and Jolee Linden three RBI's to lead the Lady Jays offensively against K-P pitcher Marina Keck.  Keck finished with ten strikeouts for the Panthers.  Ali Bailey led K-P offensively with three hits, including a double and triple.  The Jays fall to 3-and-3 for the season and return to action Monday at home against West Sioux.  The varsity game Monday will be carried on KLEM.


(American Association baseball)

Quebec Capitales 10, Sioux City Explorers 7


(indoor football)

Sioux City Bandits 79, Amarillo Venom 58

(major league baseball)

Kansas City at Chicago, ppd., rain

Minnesota 3, Toronto 2
Tampa Bay 3, Baltimore 0
Houston 3, Chicago White Sox 0
Texas 8, Boston 0
L.A. Angels 8, Detroit 6
N.Y. Yankees 5, Oakland 3
Cleveland 4, Seattle 3

Colorado 5, Philadelphia 2
Arizona 7, Milwaukee 3
Miami 9, N.Y. Mets 5
Cincinnati 8, Washington 5
L.A. Dodgers 5, St. Louis 1
Atlanta 8, San Francisco 0
Pittsburgh 5, San Diego 2


(N-H-L playoff hockey)

WESTERN CONFERENCE FINALS: Chicago 5, Anaheim 3  (Chicago wins series 4-3 and plays Tampa Bay for the Stanley Cup)



(American Association baseball)

Sioux City Explorers 4, Quebec Capitales 2

(major league baseball)

Chicago Cubs 2, Kansas City 1, 11 Innings

Tampa Bay 9, Baltimore 5
Chicago White Sox 6, Houston 0
Minnesota 6, Toronto 5
Texas 4, Boston 3
Oakland 3, N.Y. Yankees 0
Cleveland 6, Seattle 3, 12 innings
L.A. Angels 4, Detroit 2

N.Y. Mets 4, Miami 3
Cincinnati 8, Washington 2
Colorado 4, Philadelphia 1
Milwaukee 7, Arizona 6, 17 innings
St. Louis 3, L.A. Dodgers 1
Atlanta 7, San Francisco 5
San Diego 7, Pittsburgh 1


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