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TUESDAY RESULTS - June 30

(softball)

Le Mars (12-16/6-6) 5, Western Christian 4

(LE MARS)  -- Christina Konz laid down a perfect squeeze bunt in the bottom of the seventh inning to score Jenn Schneider with the winning run as Le Mars edged Western Christian in a walk-off, 5-4 Lakes Conference softball victory Tuesday night at the Bulldogs Sports Complex.  The Lady Bulldogs used three well executed bunts in the seventh to produce the winning run.  After Jenn Schneider singled to left, Kalin Hardyk beat out a bunt for a hit.  Holly Schneider then bunted both runners to second and third before Konz laid down her game-winning bunt.  Konz also tied the game at 4-all in the fifth inning with a squeeze bunt that scored Holly Schneider.  Janessa Milbrodt threw a four-hitter for Le Mars with one walk and eight strike outs.  The win improves the Lady Bulldogs season record to 12-and-16 while their Lakes record is back to .500 now at 6-and-6.  Le Mars hosts Cherokee Wednesday night at the Bulldog Complex in a parents night match-up.  The game will be carried on KLEM.

(baseball)

Le Mars (14-10) 11, Sioux Center 10

(SIOUX CENTER)  -- Le Mars won a wild 11-10 victory at Sioux Center Tuesday night in a non-conference baseball match-up that improved the Bulldogs' record to 14-and-10 for the season.  Sioux Center scored four runs in the bottom of the fifth inning to erase a 6-3 deficit.  Le Mars answered with five runs in the top of the sixth to reclaim an 11-7 lead.  The Warriors added three more in the bottom of the sixth to close to within one.  Neither team scored in the seventh.  Starter Race Streker worked the first five innings to earn the win for Le Mars.  Keaton Candor and Caleb Cline each worked an inning in relief.  Cline earned a save with a shutout seventh inning, although he walked three batters before closing out the victory.  Keaton Candor had three hits and three RBI's for the Bulldogs and Dayton Rand had three hits but no runs batted in.  Keegan Glade drove in four runs for Sioux Center.  Le Mars hosts Cherokee Wednesday at the Bulldog Complex.

Western Christian at Gehlen Catholic - cancelled

(American Association baseball)

Sioux City Explorers 9, Winnipeg Goldeyes 6

(major league baseball)

INTERLEAGUE
Pittsburgh 5, Detroit 4, 14 innings
Minnesota 8, Cincinnati 5
Chicago White Sox 2, St. Louis 1, 11 innings
Colorado 2, Oakland 1
Seattle 5, San Diego 0

AMERICAN LEAGUE
Texas 8, Baltimore 6
Boston 4, Toronto 3
Cleveland 6, Tampa Bay 2
Houston 4, Kansas City 0
L.A. Angels 2, N.Y. Yankees 1

NATIONAL LEAGUE
Milwaukee 4, Philadelphia 3
Chicago Cubs 1, N.Y. Mets 0
Miami 5, San Francisco 3
Washington 6, Atlanta 1
L.A. Dodgers 6, Arizona 4, 10 innings

 

 

 

 

 

WEDNESDAY SCHEDULE - July 1

(softball)

Cherokee at Le Mars (12-16/6-6) (jv/varsity)  (on KLEM at 7:00)

Akron-Westfield at Gehlen Catholic (15-11) (jv/varsity)

 

(baseball)

Cherokee at Le Mars (14-10/8-3) (jv/varsity)

Akron-Westfield at Gehlen Catholic (19-5) (jv/varsity)

(American Association baseball)

Sioux City Explorers at Winnipeg Goldeyes (4:00)





THURSDAY SCHEDULE - July 2

(softball)

Le Mars at Estherville/Lincoln Central (jv/varsity)  (on KLEM at 7:00)

Trinity Christian at Gehlen Catholic (jv/varsity)

(baseball)

Le Mars at Estherville/Lincoln Central (jv/varsity)

Trinity Christian at Gehlen Catholic (jv/varsity)

(American Association baseball)

Sioux City Explorers at Winnipeg Goldeyes (7:00)






FRIDAY SCHEDULE - July 3

(American Association baseball)

Sioux Falls Canaries at Sioux City Explorers (7:05)







SATURDAY SCHEDULE - July 4

(American Association baseball)

Sioux Falls Canaries at Sioux City Explorers (7:05)





SUNDAY SCHEDULE - July 5

(American Association baseball)

Sioux Falls Canaries at Sioux City Explorers (6:05)

 

 

 

MONDAY RESULTS - June 29

(softball)

Le Mars (11-16/5-6) 6, Spencer 1

(SPENCER)  -- Senior Janessa Milbrodt fired a one-hitter with ten strike outs  in a dominant pitching performance that sent Le Mars to a 6-1 Lakes Conference victory at Spencer Monday night.  Holly Schneider had a two-run homer to key a four-run fourth inning for the Lady Bulldogs as they improve to 11-and-16 for the season and 5-and-6 in conference play.  Le Mars hosts Western Christian Tuesday night at the Bulldogs Sports Complex in a freshman/J-V/varsity triple header.

Gehlen Catholic (15-11/8-2) 8, Hartley-Melvin-Sanborn 7

(GRANVILLE)  -- Gehlen Catholic won a see-saw War Eagle Conference softball battle with Hartley-Melvin-Sanborn Monday night, 8-7, at Granville's City Park.  H-M-S erased a 2-0 Gehlen lead with a six-run fifth inning, highlighted by a three-run homer from Kenna Rieck.  The Lady Jays answered with four runs in the bottom of the fifth to knot the score at 6-6, getting RBI singles from Katie Peters, Jaci Alesch and Taylor Peters.  Taylor Peters put Gehlen in front in the sixth with another RBI single followed by a RBI fielder's choice by Melissa Schmit.  The Hawks scored in the seventh on Jaylin Rieck's second RBI hit of the game but stranded runners at second and third as Meghen Heying slammed the door on the H-M-S rally, getting a couple of fly balls to end the game.  Taylor Peters, Jill Kessenich and Jaci Alesch paced a 14-hit attack for Gehlen with three hits each.  Jaylin Rieck had three hits for the Hawks.  The outcome leaves H-M-S and Gehlen tied for second place in the W-E-C at 8-and-2.  The Lady Jays are 15-and-11 for the season as they prepare to host top-rated (1A) Akron-Westfield Wednesday night.

(baseball)

(#10-3A)Spencer 7, Le Mars (13-10/8-3) 4

(SPENCER)  -- Number ten (3A) Spencer took a giant step toward ending Le Mars' four-year reign as Lakes Conference baseball champs, beating the Bulldogs 7-4 Monday night to open up a two-game lead on the Dogs with three league games to play.  Spirit Lake remains one game back in the league standings but all of the head-to-head match-ups between Spencer, Le Mars and Spirit Lake have been completed.  Senior Brady Plueger shook off a rough fourth inning in which he walked four batters, two with the bases-loaded, to throw a complete game five-hitter for the winning Tigers.  Plueger, who came into the game with only five walks in his previous four starts, issued seven free passes Monday.  The Bulldogs took a 2-1 lead thanks to the two bases-loaded walks in the fourth.  However, the lead was short-lived as Spencer struck for three runs in their half of the fourth on RBI hits by Blake Illg and Cooper Fox with a wild pitch adding a the third run.  Sam Polaschek and Brady Plueger added RBI doubles in the fifth and sixth respectively to give Spencer a 7-2 lead going into the seventh.  Le Mars scored twice in the seventh on Dayton Rand's sacrifice fly and Gabe Eckstaine's single but the five-run deficit proved too much to overcome.  Freshman Gabe Eckstaine took the loss for the Dogs to fall to 4-and-2 for the season.  Le Mars is now 13-and-10 for the season and they fall to 8-and-3 in league play.  The Dogs travel to Sioux Center Tuesday night for a non-league jv/varsity doubleheader.    

Gehlen Catholic (19-5/9-1) 10, Hartley-Melvin-Sanborn 0, six innings

(GRANVILLE)  -- Ryan Stoll threw a nifty four-hit shutout with one walk and nine strike outs Monday night for Gehlen Catholic to pitch the Jays to a 10-0, six-inning War Eagle Conference win over Hartley-Melvin-Sanborn at Granville's Vosburg Field.  Noah Livermore drove in three runs with a bases-loaded single and a sacrifice fly and D.J. Loutsch drilled his first career home run, a two-run fifth inning shot.  Ty Kurth had two hits for the Jays.  Gehlen improves to 19-and-5 for the season and 9-and-1 in the War Eagle Conference.  Gehlen hosts Western Christian at the River View Complex Tuesday night in a non-conference match-up.

 

UPDATE: Just an update on Le Mars Community's junior pitcher Dylan Harms who was hit in the face with a line drive Friday night while pitching in the JV game against Sioux City North.  According to head Bulldog coach Trent Eckstaine, Dylan was released from an Omaha hospital Sunday afternoon and is now resting at home.  He still has some swelling of the brain and will undergo some more testing Monday in Le Mars.  The prognosis sounds encouraging!  Doctors feel at this point that his eye will be o.k.  He does have some facial fractures including a broken nose.  Continue to prayer for Dylan's recovery!

 

(American Association baseball)

Sioux City Explorers 11, Winnipeg Goldeyes 3

(major league baseball)

INTERLEAGUE
Cincinnati 11, Minnesota 7
Oakland 7, Colorado 1

AMERICAN LEAGUE
Texas 8, Baltimore 1
Boston 3, Toronto 1
Cleveland 7, Tampa Bay 1
Houston 6, Kansas City 1
L.A. Angels 4, N.Y. Yankees 1

NATIONAL LEAGUE
Milwaukee 7, Philadelphia 4
Arizona 10, L.A. Dodgers 6

   

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