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(#8-3A)Spirit Lake 8, Le Mars (4-8/1-1) 3

(SPIRIT LAKE) -- No. 8 (3A) Spirit Lake broke away from a 3-all tie with three runs in the fifth inning and added two more in the sixth to beat Le Mars 8-3 Monday night in Lakes Conference softball action at Spirit Lake.  Le Mars battled back from an early 3-0 deficit to tie the game with two runs in the third on a RBI double by Holly Schneider and a RBI single by Janessa Milbrodt and Sidney Baumgartner's first career home run an inning later tied the game.  Two errors, two wild pitches and three consecutive hits led to three runs in the fifth for Spirit Lake to put them in front 6-3 before extending the lead an inning later.  Janessa Milbrodt returned to the pitching circle for Le Mars, recovering from an off-season foot injury.  She scattered seven hits, walked three and struck out four.  Her eight wild pitches gave indication of her limited time in practice so far.  Le Mars falls to 1-and-1 in the conference and 4-and-8 for the season.  The Lady Bulldogs return to action Wednesday night at home against Spencer.  The game will be carried on KLEM.

Harris-Lake Park 1, Gehlen Catholic (7-7/3-1) 0

(GRANVILLE)  -- Harris-Lake Park scored an unearned run in the sixth inning to break up a scoreless pitcher's duel and the Wolves clipped Gehlen Catholic 1-0 Monday night in War Eagle Conference softball play in Granville's City Park.  H-L-P's Katherin Ihnen and Maddy Brevik combined to limit Gehlen to just five hits and a walk while striking out six.  Jill Kessenich had two hits to lead Gehlen offensively.  Meghen Heying took the loss, scattering seven hits, walking two and striking out two.  Gehlen Catholic falls to 3-and-1 in the conference and 7-and-7 for the season.  The Lady Jays host Unity Christian in Granville Wednesday.


Spirit Lake 12, Le Mars (5-4/2-1) 2, six innings

(SPIRIT LAKE)  -- Spirit Lake took advantage of some shaky defense by the Le Mars Bulldogs Monday night to break free of a 2-2 tie and the Indians scored five unearned runs to win a 12-2, six inning Lakes Conference baseball victory at Spirit Lake.  Tony Eckert and Gavin DeVos combined to five-hit the Dogs while combing to strike out eleven.  The Indians took advantage of nine walks by four Bulldog pitchers and combined them with seven hits and several costly errors to score ten runs in their final three at-bats.  Bulldog starter Gabe Eckstaine took the loss.  Cory Meschede drove in three runs for the Indians without even collecting a hit.  Le Mars falls to 5-and-4 for the season and 2-and-1 in the Lakes Conference.  The Bulldogs host Spencer Wednesday night at the Bulldog Complex.      

Gehlen Catholic (7-3/3-1) 10, Harris-Lake Park 0, five innings

(LE MARS)  -- The Gehlen Catholic Jays started fast Monday night with four runs in each of the first two innings of play and ended a short night with a 10-0, five inning victory over visiting Harris-Lake Park in their War Eagle Conference baseball match-up at the River View Complex.  D.J. Loutsch had two hits and two RBI's for Gehlen while Morgan Kellen added two hits and a RBI.  Gehlen combined nine hits, five walks and a hit-batsman to win their ten-run rule victory.  Ty Kurth threw a three-hit shutout for the Jays with two walks and four strike outs.  Gehlen improves to 7-and-3 for season and 3-and-1 in the W-E-C.

(little League)

Mariners 10, Royals 4
Rays 11, Orioles 9

Raiders 12, Foxes 2
Falcons 11, Hawks 3

Broncos 14, Eagles 8
Lions 10, Chargers 8
Warriors 19, Rockets 9
Spartans 13, Panthers 12

Storm 7, Comets 0
Rockers 3, Stars 1
Heat 2, Sting 0
Liberty 3, Sparks 2

(American Association baseball)

Sioux City Explorers 5, Amarillo Thunderheads 4, 10 innings

(major league baseball)

Toronto 11, Miami 3

Chicago White Sox 3, Houston 1
Kansas City 3, Minnesota 1

Milwaukee 2, Pittsburgh 0
Cincinnati 6, Philadelphia 4
San Diego 5, Atlanta 3, 11 innings
Colorado 11, St. Louis 3
L.A. Dodgers 9, Arizona 3


(N-H-L Stanley Cup finals)

Tampa Bay 3, Chicago 2  (Tampa Bay leads series 2-1)







(little league)

Giants 9, Royals 6
D'Backs 13, Rays 5

Angels 9, Dodgers 3
White Sox 16, Mets 6
Phils 9, Pirates 8
Tigers 7, Rockies 6
Cubs 4, A's 3
Yankees 9, Marlins 1


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

(American Association baseball)

Sioux City Explorers 8, Amarillo Thunderheads 3, ten innings

(N-B-A finals)

Cleveland 96, Golden State 91  (Cleveland leads series 2-1)

CLEVELAND - The Cleveland Cavaliers have a 2-1 lead in the NBA Finals after LeBron James contributed 40 points, 12 rebounds and eight assists in a 96-91 triumph over the Golden State Warriors. Matthew Dellavedova added 20 points for the Cavaliers, including a three-point play after the Warriors had cut a 20-point, second-half deficit to one with about 2  1/2 minutes to play. Stephen Curry hit seven 3-pointers and finished with 27 points for the Warriors, who stay in Cleveland for Game 4 Thursday night.

(major league baseball)

NEW YORK - The San Francisco Giants are the first major league team to toss no-hitters in four consecutive seasons since Sandy Koufax did it for the Dodgers from 1962-65. Chris Heston continued the Giants' no-hit streak in a 5-0 win over the New York Mets, allowing no walks and hitting three batters. Tim Lincecum tossed no-hitters the last two seasons after Matt Cain's perfect game in 2012.

N-Y Yankees 6, Washington 1
Toronto 4, Miami 3
Detroit 6, Chi Cubs 0

Baltimore 1, Boston 0
L.A. Angels 8, Tampa Bay 2
Seattle 3, Cleveland 2
Chicago White Sox 4, Houston 2
Kansas City 2, Minnesota 0
Texas 2, Oakland 1

Milwaukee 4, Pittsburgh 1
Cincinnati 11, Philadelphia 2
Atlanta 6, San Diego 5
San Francisco 5, N.Y. Mets 0
Colorado 4, St. Louis 3
L.A. Dodgers 3, Arizona 1






Spencer 4, Le Mars (4-9/1-2) 3

(LE MARS) -- Spencer was held to just two hits but were able to capitalize on ten walks and a hit batsman to edge Le Mars 4-3 Wednesday night in Lakes Conference softball action at the Bulldogs Sports Complex.  Janessa Milbrodt had one bad inning and it cost her.  She issued five consecutive walks after two were out in the third inning.  Two came with the bases loaded and then two wild pitches plated two more runs as the Lady Tigers scored all four of their runs without the aid of a hit.  Milbrodt wriggled off the hook in the fifth and sixth innings unscathed when Spencer stranded runners at second and third in the fifth and left the bases loaded in the sixth.  Madi Rost gave up three runs in the first three innings and then closed the game by retiring the final twelve batters in a row and 15 of the final 16.  Sidney Baumgartner had two of the five hits for Le Mars and drove in the Bulldogs' first run in the second for a 1-0 advantage.  Janessa Milbrodt singled home a run in the third and Grace Milbrodt's suicide squeeze bunt cut the Spencer lead to 4-3.  Rost slammed the door from that point on.  Le Mars falls to 4-and-9 for the season and 1-and-2 in league play.  They'll travel to Cherokee Thursday night.

Unity Christian 20, Gehlen Catholic (7-8) 17

(GRANVILLE) -- Unity Christian won a wild 20-17 decision over Gehlen Catholic Wednesday night in War Eagle Conference softball at Granville's City Park.  The two teams combined for 37 runs and 44 hits.  There were twelve errors committed by the two ball clubs.  The Knights were on the brink of a ten-run rule verdict, leading 12-2 after 3 1/2 innings before the Lady Jays started to rally.  Gehlen scored six runs in the fourth and 8 more in the fifth to take a 16-14 lead.  Unity Christian scored three runs in the sixth to reclaim a 17-16 lead and added three more in the seventh.  The Lady Jays could only answer with one run in the bottom of the seventh.  Alexis Zomermaand led Unity Christian's 28-hit attack with five hits and three RBI's while Tessa Schoonhoven had three home runs among her four hits and  drove in six runs.  Jill Kessenich, Allie Hansen, Jolee Linden and Taylor Peters had three hits each to pace a 16-hit Gehlen offensive attack.  Kessenich had a home run for the Lady Jays.  Gehlen Catholic falls to 7-and-8 for the season.  The Lady Jays play at Akron-Westfield Thursday night.  The game will be carried on KLEM.


Spencer 11, Le Mars (5-5/2-2) 9

(LE MARS) -- The Spencer Tigers scored four runs in the top of the seventh inning Wednesday without the aid of a hit and rallied from an 8-7 deficit to an 11-9 Lakes Conference baseball victory over defending league champion Le Mars at the Bulldogs Sports Complex.  A bases loaded walk to Gabe Eckstaine in the bottom of the sixth snapped a 7-all tie and put the Bulldogs three outs away from victory.  Two walks, a hit batsman and two costly errors in the top of the seventh undid the Bulldogs advantage and they trailed 11-8 going into the bottom of the seventh.  A two-out Dayton Rand RBI single narrowed the difference to 11-9 but the rally was halted there.  The two teams combined for 22 hits and 13 walks and several lead changes.  Dayton Rand had three hits, including his first home run of the season, and four RBI's for the Bulldogs while Gabe Eckstaine finished with three RBI's.  Race Streker led a ten-hit attack with three hits.   Le Mars falls to 5-and-5 for the season and 2-and-2 in league play.  The Bulldogs travel to Cherokee Friday. 

Gehlen Catholic (8-3) 4, Unity Christian 3

(GRANVILLE)  -- Senior Ty Kurth had his second walk-off game-winning hit in the past week when he singled through a drawn in infield in the bottom of the 7th inning to snap a 3-3 tie and send Gehlen Catholic to a 4-3 War Eagle Conference baseball victory over Unity Christian Wednesday night at Granville's Vosburg Field.  The Jays led 2-0 until a three-run homer by Unity's Alex Dorhout in the fourth inning put the Knights in front 3-2.  Gehlen tied the game in the fifth.  Ty Kurth and Solomon Freking had two hits each with Kurth driving in a pair of runs and Freking had one RBI.  Morgan Kellen started on the mound for Gehlen and Jarod Steffes finished with 2 2/3 innings of relief to earn the win.  Gehlen Catholic improves to 8-and-3 for the season.  The Jays travel to Akron-Westfield Friday in a game that will be featured on KLEM.

(little league)

Mariners 18, Reds 17

Foxes 7, Falcons 6
Raiders 17, Hawks 17, tie

Rockets 15, Spartans 11
Warriors 8, Panthers 4
Broncos 9, Lions 8
Eagles 14, Chargers 11

Comets 2, Heat 2, tie
Rockers 3, Liberty 3, tie
Stars 4, Sparks 1
Sting 2, Storm 0

(N-H-L Stanley Cup finals)

Chicago 2, Tampa Bay 1  (series tied 2-2)

(American Association baseball)

Sioux City Explorers 10, Amarillo Thunderheads 9

(major league baseball)

Toronto 7, Miami 2
Washington 5, N-Y Yankees 4, 11 Innings
Chicago Cubs 12, Detroit 3

Baltimore 5, Boston 2
Tampa Bay 4, L.A. Angels 2
Seattle 9, Cleveland 3
Chicago White Sox 4, Houston 1
Kansas City 7, Minnesota 2
Oakland 5, Texas 4

Cincinnati 5, Philadelphia 2
St. Louis 4, Colorado 2
Pittsburgh 2, Milwaukee 0
Atlanta 4, San Diego 1
San Francisco 8, N.Y. Mets 5
L.A. Dodgers 7, Arizona 6






Gehlen Catholic (7-8/3-1) at (#3-1A)Akron-Westfield (10-1/4-0)  - POSTPONED TO JUNE 23rd

Le Mars (4-9/1-2) at Cherokee  - POSTPONED TO JUNE 25th


(American Association baseball)

Winnipeg Goldeyes 3, Sioux City Explorers 2

(major league baseball)

Cleveland 6, Seattle 0
Oakland 7, Texas 0
Baltimore 6, Boston 5
L.A. Angels 6, Tampa Bay 2

San Diego 6, Atlanta 4, 11 innings
Miami 6, Colorado 0
N.Y. Mets 5, San Francisco 4
Chicago Cubs 6, Cincinnati 3
Milwaukee 6, Washington 5

(N-B-A finals)

Golden State 103, Cleveland 82  (series tied 2-2)

CLEVELAND - Stephen Curry and Andre Iguodala scored 22 points apiece and the Golden State Warriors shut out LeBron James in the fourth quarter of a 103-82 rout of the Cleveland Cavaliers. The Warriors went on a 9-0 run bridging the third and four quarters to take a 12-point lead before evening the NBA Finals at two games apiece. Timofey Mozgov had a game-high 28 points for the Cavaliers, while James finished with 20, 12 rebounds and eight assists.







Lady Bulldog Classic

(#2-1A)Woodbury Central 7, Le Mars (4-10) 0
Cherokee 8, Sioux City North 6
Spencer 2, Bishop Heelan 1
Sioux City West 2, Gehlen Catholic (7-9) 0
(#3-1A)Akron-Westfield (11-1) 7, Sergeant Bluff-Luton 4

(LE MARS) -- Jade Petersen of Woodbury Central threw a three-hit shutout against the Le Mars Lady Bulldogs and the No. 2-ranked (1A) Wildcats won 7-0 Friday at the Lady Bulldogs softball classic at the Le Mars Sports Complex.  Holly Schneider, Janessa Milbrodt and Ellie Meade had one hit each for Le Mars.  Woodbury Central extended a 1-0 lead with a six-run fifth inning, collecting six hits, an error and a wild pitch during the ten-batter inning.  Janessa Milbrodt was touched for ten hits in the first five innings in the pitcher's circle before giving way to her younger sister Grace.  Le Mars falls to 4-and-10 for the season.  The Lady Bulldogs return to action Monday at home against Estherville/Lincoln Central.

(LE MARS) -- Sam Birkes threw a no-hitter with ten strike outs to pitch Sioux City West to a 2-0 win over Gehlen Catholic Friday at the Lady Bulldogs softball classic at the Le Mars Sports Complex.  Birkes walked two.  She also had two of the her teams eight hits and drove in a run.  Meghen Heying took the loss, working all six innings for the Lady Jays, giving up eight hits, walking five and striking out two.  The Lady Jays fall to 7-and-9.  They'll play again on Monday at Marcus/Meriden-Cleghorn/Remsen-Union.


Gehlen Catholic (9-3/4-1) 2, Akron-Westfield (6-7) 1

(AKRON) -- D.J. Loutsch singled home the go-ahead run with two-outs in the top of the seventh inning Friday night and Solomon Freking capped a four-hit pitching performance by retiring the Westerners in the bottom of the seventh on three pitches as Gehlen Catholic edged Akron-Westfield 2-1 in War Eagle Conference baseball action.  Noah Livermore got the winning rally started with a single up the middle.  Chandler Willett ran for Livermore and stole second before advancing to third on a passed ball and then scored on Loutsch's hit to left-center.  Freking struck out three and walked none while improving to 2-and-1 for the season.  Austin Allard took the loss for the Westerners despite limiting the Jays to five hits, one walk and seven strike outs.  Solomon Freking scored a first inning run for Gehlen on a wild pitch and Akron-Westfield tied the game in the fourth on a infield single by Cal Eskra.  Gehlen has now pieced together a four-game winning streak and have won six of their last seven to improve to 9-and-3 for the season and 4-and-1 in the W-E-C.  Akron-Westfield falls to 6-and-7 for the season.  Gehlen meets Marcus/Meriden-Cleghorn/Remsen-Union Monday in the W-E-C at Marv Thelen Field in Remsen.  The game will be carried on KLEM.

Le Mars (6-5/3-2) 4, Cherokee 1

(CHEROKEE) -- Race Streker fired a complete-game, two-hitter and struck out ten to pitch Le Mars to a 4-1 Lakes Conference baseball win at Cherokee Friday night.  The game was scoreless until both teams plated a run in the fifth.  Le Mars broke up the 1-all pitcher's duel with three runs in the sixth.  Matt Ellefson was at the center of the rally with his second RBI single of the game.  Kyle Kliever and Dayton Rand also had RBI hits.  The Bulldogs improve to 6-and-5 for the season and 3-and-2 in the conference.  The Dogs host Fort Dodge Saturday afternoon at the Bulldog Sports Complex.

(little league - make-up games from Thursday)

Giants 10, Reds 8
D'Backs 13, Orioles 10

Yankees 6, Mets 4
Rockies 6, Phils 4
Cubs 11, Dodgers 2
A's 13, Pirates 7
Angels 12, Marlins 6
Tigers 16, White Sox 4

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

(American Association baseball)

Sioux City Explorers 10, Winnipeg Goldeyes 4

(major league baseball)

St. Louis 4, Kansas City 0

Baltimore 11, N.Y. Yankees 3
Detroit 4, Cleveland 0
Tampa Bay 7, Chicago White Sox 5
Toronto 13, Boston 10
Texas 6, Minnesota 2
Houston 10, Seattle 0
L.A. Angels 5, Oakland 4

Cincinnati 5, Chicago Cubs 4, 10 innings
Pittsburgh 1, Philadelphia 0, 13 innings
N.Y. Mets 5, Atlanta 3
Miami 5, Colorado 1
Milwaukee 8, Washington 4
L.A. Dodgers 4, San Diego 3
Arizona 1, San Francisco 0







Fort Dodge 12, Le Mars (6-6) 2

(LE MARS)  -- Thomas Lang and Carter Wingerson combined to four-hit the Le Mars Bulldogs Saturday afternoon and Dodgers posted a 12-2 victory at the Bulldogs Sports Complex.  Fort Dodge roughed up four Bulldogs hurlers for eleven hits, three by Drew Hansen.  Keaton Candor accounted for both Le Mars runs with a two-run homer in the sixth inning.  The loss drops the Bulldogs to 6-and-6 for the season as they prepare to move back into Lakes Conference play Monday at home against Estherville/Lincoln Central.

(American Association baseball)

Sioux City Explorers 6, Winnipeg Goldeyes 2

(indoor football playoffs)

Sioux City Bandits 83, Amarillo Venom 52

(College World Series at Omaha)

Virginia 5, Arkansas 3

Florida 15, Miami (Fla.) 3

(N-H-L Stanley Cup finals)

Chicago 2, Tampa Bay 1  (Chicago leads series 3-2)

(major league baseball)

St. Louis 3, Kansas City 2

Toronto 5, Boston 4, 11 innings
Texas 11, Minnesota 7
Cleveland 5, Detroit 4
Tampa Bay 5, Chicago White Sox 4
Seattle 8, Houston 1
Baltimore 9, N.Y. Yankees 4
L.A. Angels 1, Oakland 0

Pittsburgh 4, Philadelphia 3
Atlanta 5, N.Y. Mets 3, 11 innings
Miami 4, Colorado 1
Washington 7, Milwaukee 2
Arizona 4, San Francisco 2
Chicago Cubs 4, Cincinnati 3
San Diego 2, L.A. Dodgers 1




(College World Series at Omaha)

T-C-U 10, L-S-U 3

Cal State-Fullerton 3, Vanderbilt 0, game suspended in 6th inning by rain

(N-B-A finals)

Golden State 104, Cleveland 91   (Golden State leads series 3-2)

OAKLAND, Calif. - The Golden State Warriors are one victory away from their first NBA crown in 40 years. Stephen (STEH'-fihn) Curry poured in 17 of his 37 points in the fourth quarter and the Warriors defeated the Cleveland Cavaliers 104-91 to take a 3-2 series lead  despite a triple double by Cavs superstar LeBron James -- 40 points, 14 rebounds and 11 assists.

(major league baseball)

Kansas City at St. Louis, ppd., rain

Detroit 8, Cleveland 1
Tampa Bay 2, Chicago White Sox 1
N.Y. Yankees 5, Baltimore 3
Toronto 13, Boston 5
Houston 13, Seattle 0
Minnesota 4, Texas 3
Oakland 8, L.A. Angels 1

N.Y. Mets 10, Atlanta 8
Colorado 4, Miami 1
Pittsburgh 1, Philadelphia 0, 11 innings
Washington 4, Milwaukee 0
Arizona 4, San Francisco 0
L.A. Dodgers 4, San Diego 2, 12 innings
Chicago Cubs 2, Cincinnati 1, 11 innings



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