State Baseball Tournament Scoreboard: Friday, August 2nd

(Des Moines) -- The state baseball tournament continued Friday in Des Moines at Principal Park.

Check below for the schedule and scoreboard.

IOWA STATE BASEBALL TOURNAMENT

Class 3A State Semifinals 

Cedar Rapids Xavier 4 Marion 1

Central DeWitt 4 Davenport Assumption 1

Class 4A State Semifinals 

Urbandale 10 Iowa City West 2 

Johnston 7 Dowling Catholic 0

State Baseball Tournament Scoreboard: Wednesday, July 31st

(KMAland) -- The Class 4A state quarterfinals took the field in Des Moines on Wednesday. 

STATE BASEBALL TOURNAMENT SCOREBOARD

Class 4A State Quarterfinals

(4) Dowling Catholic 7 (5) Southeast Polk 0

(1) Johnston 6 (8) Ankeny 0

(6) Urbandale 3 (3) Epworth, Western Dubuque 0

(2) Iowa City West 6 (7) Pleasant Valley 3

State Baseball Tournament Scoreboard: Tuesday, July 30th

(Des Moines) -- The Class 3A state quarterfinals take the field today in Des Moines at Principal Park. Here's the schedule.

STATE BASEBALL TOURNAMENT SCOREBOARD

Class 3A State Quarterfinals

(1) Cedar Rapids Xavier 7 (8) ADM, Adel 2

(4) Marion 4 (5) Bishop Heelan Catholic 0

(3) Central DeWitt 11 (6) Centerville 1

(2) Davenport Assumption 7 (7) Boone 3

State Baseball Tournament Scoreboard: Monday, July 29th

(Des Moines) -- Check out the final scores from the third day of action at the state baseball tournament in Des Moines.

STATE BASEBALL SCOREBOARD

Class 2A Quarterfinals 

North Linn 8 West Branch 1

Des Moines Christian 9 Central Lee 7

West Sioux 7 New Hampton 2

Van Meter 17 Underwood 7 -- 6 inn

State Baseball Tournament Scoreboard: Saturday, July 27th

(Des Moines) -- Day two of the state baseball tournament is in the books. Check out the scoreboard below.

STATE BASEBALL TOURNAMENT SCOREBOARD (at Des Moines)

Class 1A State Quarterfinals 

(2) Alburnett 13 (7) South Winneshiek 4

(6) St. Mary’s, Remsen 4 (3) Martensdale-St. Marys 2

State Softball/Baseball Scoreboard: Friday, July 26th

(KMAland) -- Three more champions were crowned in softball while the 1A baseball tournament began on Friday.

Here’s the full scoreboard from the action in Fort Dodge and Des Moines:

STATE SOFTBALL TOURNAMENT SCOREBOARD (at Fort Dodge) 

State Championships

CLASS 3A: (1) Davenport Assumption 7 (2) Louisa-Muscatine 4

CLASS 4A: (1) Carlisle 1 (2) North Scott 0 

CLASS 5A: (7) WDM Valley 8 (1) Waukee 5

Third Place Games 

CLASS 3A: (3) West Liberty 8 (5) Columbus Catholic 3

CLASS 4A: (3) Charles City 6 (5) West Delaware 5 — 8 inn

CLASS 5A: (6) Iowa City High 6 (5) Johnston 3

STATE BASEBALL TOURNAMENT SCOREBOARD (at Des Moines) 

Class 1A State Quarterfinals 

(4) Don Bosco 3 (5) Coon Rapids-Bayard 1

(1) Newman Catholic 8 (8) Pekin 7

State Softball Tournament Scoreboard (Day 4): Thursday, July 25th

(Fort Dodge) -- Check out the complete scoreboard from the fourth day of the state softball tournament.

STATE SOFTBALL TOURNAMENT SCOREBOARD (at Fort Dodge) 

Class 1A 

State Championship: (1) Collins-Maxwell 4 (3) Clarksville 3

Third Place: (2) Lisbon 6 (4) Newell-Fonda 2

Class 2A 

Championship: (1) North Linn 3 (6) Alta-Aurelia 0

Third Place: (4) Mount Ayr 5 (2) East Marshall 4

Substate Baseball (7/24): Heelan moves to state tournament

(KMAland) -- Bishop Heelan Catholic has qualified for the state baseball tournament. Check out the full rundown from the 3A and 4A substate final action on Wednesday below.

BASEBALL SCOREBOARD - TOURNAMENT TRAIL

Class 3A Substate Finals 

Bishop Heelan Catholic 3 Sergeant Bluff-Luton 2

Boone 10 Ballard 3

Cedar Rapids Xavier 17 Charles City 2

Central DeWitt 3 Wahlert Catholic 2

Davenport Assumption 3 Fairfield 2

Marion 2 Solon 1

Centerville 4 North Polk 1

ADM, Adel 3 Harlan 1

Class 4A Substate Finals 

Urbandale 2 Waukee 0

Ankeny 16 Des Moines Roosevelt 4

Southeast Polk 6 Ankeny Centennial 3

Epworth, Western Dubuque 8 Davenport Central 0

Iowa City West 2 Cedar Rapids Prairie 1

Pleasant Valley 3 Linn-Mar, Marion 0

Dowling Catholic 5 WDM Valley 3

Johnston 10 Indianola 0

State Softball Scoreboard (Day 3): Wednesday, July 24th

(Fort Dodge) -- It's day three of the state softball tournament in Fort Dodge. Check out the updated scores below.

STATE SOFTBALL SCOREBOARD (at Fort Dodge) 

Class 1A Semifinals 

(1) Collins-Maxwell 9 (4) Newell-Fonda 1

(3) Clarksville 1 (2) Lisbon 0

Class 2A Semifinals 

(1) North Linn 8 (4) Mount Ayr 1 

(6) Alta-Aurelia 2 (2) East Marshall 1

Class 3A Semifinals 

(1) Davenport Assumption 6 (5) Columbus Catholic 0

(2) Louisa-Muscatine 10 (3) West Liberty 2

Class 4A Semifinals 

(1) Carlisle 7 (5) West Delaware 6 — 8 inn

(2) North Scott 3 (3) Charles City 2 — 9 inn

Class 5A Semifinals 

(1) Waukee 3 (5) Johnston 1

(7) WDM Valley 4 (6) Iowa City High 2

Class 3A Consolation 

(6) Treynor 7 (7) Mount Vernon 6

Class 4A Consolation 

(4) Independence 3 (8) Denison-Schleswig 0

(6) Dallas Center-Grimes 1 (7) Oskaloosa 0

Class 5A Consolation 

(4) Indianola 4 (8) Ottumwa 1

(2) Fort Dodge 8 (3) Cedar Rapids Kennedy 0

Substate Baseball (7/23): Underwood, MSTM, CRB advance to state

(KMAland) -- Three KMAland conference schools are moving on to the state baseball tournament following the 1A and 2A substate final action on Tuesday.

Underwood (Western Iowa Conference), Martensdale-St. Marys (Pride of Iowa Conference) and Coon Rapids-Bayard (Rolling Valley Conference) will represent the area later this week and early next week.

Check out the complete 1A and 2A scoreboard below - and stay tuned for full recaps from the Underwood and Martensdale-St. Marys wins.

BASEBALL SCOREBOARD - TOURNAMENT TRAIL 

Class 1A Substate Finals 

Remsen, St. Mary’s 7 Kingsley-Pierson 1

Newman Catholic 9 Newell-Fonda 2 

South Winneshiek 7 St. Ansgar 1 

Pekin 7 Calamus-Wheatland 0 

Alburnett 4 HLV 2

Don Bosco 10 Central Decatur 0

Martensdale-St. Marys 4 St. Albert 3

Coon Rapids-Bayard 9 Southeast Warren 1

Class 2A Substate Finals 

West Sioux 3 Pocahontas Area 0

New Hampton 5 Oelwein 2

West Branch 3 Camanche 2 — 9 inn

Central Lee 14 Wilton 0

North Linn 8 Pella Christian 0

Des Moines Christian 8 Roland-Story 0

Van Meter 5 Ogden 3 

Underwood 4 Hinton 3

State Softball Scoreboard (Day 2): Tuesday, July 23rd

(Fort Dodge) -- Check out the state softball tournament scores from day two in Fort Dodge. Find our coverage of the Treynor, Denison-Schleswig and Wayne games linked below.

STATE SOFTBALL SCOREBOARD (at Fort Dodge)

Class 3A State Quarterfinals 

(2) Louisa-Muscatine 10 (7) Mount Vernon 4

(3) West Liberty 10 (6) Treynor 0 RECAP

Class 4A State Quarterfinals 

(1) Carlisle 10 (8) Denison-Schleswig 1 RECAP

(5) West Delaware 8 (4) Independence 2

(2) North Scott 3 (7) Oskaloosa 2

(3) Charles City 4 (6) Dallas Center-Grimes 3

Class 5A State Quarterfinals 

(1) Waukee 8 (8) Ottumwa 0

(5) Johnston 3 (4) Indianola 2

(7) WDM Valley 3 (2) Fort Dodge 0

(6) Iowa City High 10 (3) Cedar Rapids Kennedy 2

Class 1A Consolatoin 

(5) Lynnville-Sully 5 (8) Gehlen Catholic 4

(7) Wayne 10 (6) Bishop Garrigan 0 RECAP

Class 2A Consolation 

(5) Beckman Catholic 5 (8) Wapello 3

(7) Ogden 12 (3) Central Springs 3

Class 3A Consolation 

(8) Algona 5 (4) Albia 4

KMAland Baseball (7/22): Harlan, CRB, MSTM, SEW, Heelan, SBL inch closer to state

(KMAland) -- Harlan, Coon Rapids-Bayard, Central Decatur, Martensdale-St. Marys, Southeast Warren, Heelan and Sergeant Bluff-Luton are all one win away from the state tournament. Full Monday night baseball rundown below.

CLASS 1A: Southeast Warren 10 Audubon 0 

Colby Page had three hits, two RBI and three runs scored, and Kaleb Bauer and Bryce Hal added two hits and two RBI. Brock Manser and Lane Dittmer also drove in two runs for the Warhawks.

Marcus Olsen, Derek Porsch and Aiden Alt all had one hit each for the Wheelers.

1A: Martensdale-St. Marys 12 Lamoni 3 

Trey Baker went 3-for-4 with a double and two RBI, and Esa Johnson added a home run and drove in two runs for the Blue Devils.

BASEBALL SCOREBOARD - TOURNAMENT TRAIL 

Class 1A District Finals 

Saint Ansgar 13 North Butler 5

Pekin 11 Iowa Mennonite 7

Central Decatur 7 Moravia 3

Martensdale-St. Marys 12 Lamoni 3

Southeast Warren 10 Audubon 0

Coon Rapids-Bayard 3 Woodbine 0

Class 2A District Finals 

Pocahontas Area 3 Estherville-Lincoln Central 0

West Branch 7 Mid-Prairie 6

Central Lee 5 Davis County 4

Des Moines Christian 6 Woodward-Granger 5

Ogden 7 Kuemper Catholic 2

Class 3A District Finals 

Bishop Heelan Catholic 7 Storm Lake 4

Sergeant Bluff-Luton 13 Spencer 3

Ballard 8 Webster City 3

Boone 7 Greene County 2

Cedar Rapids Xavier 9 Decorah 4

Charles City 7 Waverly-Shell Rock 3

Central DeWitt 4 West Delaware 3 -- 16 inn

Wahlert Catholic 10 Benton 2

Davenport Assumption 2 Washington 1

Fairfield 9 Mount Pleasant 2

Marion 12 South Tama 6

Solon 3 Oskaloosa 2

North Polk 2 Norwalk 1

Centerville 9 Grinnell 4

Harlan 5 Winterset 2

ADM, Adel 3 Dallas Center-Grimes 1

Class 4A Substate Semifinals 

Waukee 11 Sioux City West 0

Ankeny 9 Mason City 2

Southeast Polk 8 Marshalltown 3

Davenport Central 7 Dubuque, Hempstead 6

Cedar Rapids Prairie 6 Davenport West 2

Pleasant Valley 10 Iowa City High 9

WDM Valley 7 Iowa City Liberty 5

Indianola 8 Lewis Central 1

State Softball Scoreboard (Day 1): Monday, July 22nd

(Fort Dodge) -- Continue to refresh for the latest final scores from the state softball tournament in Fort Dodge.

STATE SOFTBALL TOURNAMENT SCOREBOARD (at Fort Dodge)

Class 1A State Quarterfinals 

(1) Collins-Maxwell 4 (8) Gehlen Catholic 0

(4) Newell-Fonda 7 (5) Lynville-Sully 5

(2) Lisbon 1 (7) Wayne 0

(3) Clarksville 5 (6) Bishop Garrigan 0 

Class 2A State Quarterfinals 

(1) North Linn 6 (8) Wapello 0

(4) Mount Ayr 3 (5) Beckman Catholic 2 — 8 inn

(2) East Marshall 4 (7) Ogden 0

(6) Alta-Aurelia 2 (3) Central Springs 0

Class 3A State Quarterfinals 

(1) Davenport Assumption 3 (8) Algona 2

(5) Columbus Catholic 8 (4) Albia 5

KMAland Baseball (7/20): 1A, 2A district baseball final recap/scoreboard

(KMAland) -- Check out the high school baseball district championship results from Class 1A and 2A on Saturday.

1A-14: St. Albert 10 Logan-Magnolia 0 

Check out the complete recap from the game broadcast on KMA 960 linked here.

2A-15: Underwood 6 Treynor 5 — 9 inn 

Check out the complete recap from the game broadcast on KMA-FM 99.1 linked here.

BASEBALL SCOREBOARD - TOURNAMENT TRAIL

Class 1A District Finals 

Kingsley-Pierson 5 Lawton-Bronson 4

Remsen, St. Mary’s 10 Woodbury Central 0

Newell-Fonda 6 Sioux Central 4

Newman Catholic 11 West Fork 2

North Butler at Saint Ansgar PPD to Monday, 7:00 PM

South Winneshiek 12 Wapsie Valley 6

Calamus-Wheatland 6 Lone Tree 0

Pekin at Iowa Mennonite PPD to Monday, 7:00 PM

Alburnett 11 North Tama 1

HLV, Victor 13 BGM 3

Don Bosco 6 Hudson 1

Central Decatur at Moravia PPD to Monday, 7:00 PM

Lamoni at Martensdale-St. Marys PPD to Monday, 11:00 AM

St. Albert 10 Logan-Magnolia 0

Audubon at Southeast Warren PPD to Monday, 7:00 PM

Woodbine at Coon Rapids-Bayard PPD to Monday, 7:00 PM

Class 2A District Finals 

West Sioux 6 West Lyon 0

Pocahontas Area at Estherville-Lincoln Central PPD to Monday, 7:00 PM

New Hampton 7 Osage 2

Oelwein 9 Cascade 8

Camanche 4 Beckman Catholic 2

West Branch at Mid-Prairie PPD to Monday, 7:00 PM 

Wilton 4 Mediapolis 0

Davis County at Central Lee PPD to Monday, 6:00 PM

North Linn 9 Columbus Catholic 0

Pella Christian 2 West Marshall 0 — 10 inn

Roland-Story 7 Dike-New Hartford 5

Des Moines Christian at Woodward-Granger PPD to Monday, 7:00 PM

Kuemper Catholic at Ogden PPD to Monday, 11:00 AM

Van Meter 15 Interstate 35, Truro 0

Underwood 6 Treynor 5 — 9 inn

Hinton 12 Alta-Aurelia 11 — 9 inn

KMAland Baseball (7/19): Harlan, LC advance in postseason

(KMAland) -- Harlan, Lewis Central, Heelan, Sergeant Bluff-Luton and Sioux City West are moving on after postseason wins on Friday evening.

3A-2: Sergeant Bluff-Luton 11 Denison-Schleswig 0 

Spencer Kleene and Daniel Wright each hit hoeme runs and combined on five hits and eight RBI to lead Sergeant Bluff-Luton.

The Monarchs lone hits came from Dawson Dorhout, Braiden Heiden and Dylan Gehlen.

3A-15: Harlan 2 Atlantic 0 

Brett Sears struck out 13 in seven shutout innings, and Luke Schaben drove in both runs for Harlan in the win. Connor Bruck added a pair of hits for the Cyclones.

Chase McLaren struck out eight and gave up the two runs on four hits to take the tough-luck loss.

3A-16: ADM, Adel 15 Glenwood 3

3A-16: Dallas Center-Grimes 15 Creston 0

View recaps from the two games heard on KMA-FM 99.1 linked here. 

4A-8: Lewis Central 7 Abraham Lincoln 2 

Bryson Sharon helped himself with two RBI in the Titans victory.


BASEBALL SCOREBOARD – TOURNAMENT TRAIL

Class 3A District 1 – Semifinals

Bishop Heelan Catholic 8 Le Mars 7

Storm Lake 8 Boyden-Hull/Rock Valley 7

Class 3A District 2 – Semifinals

Sergeant Bluff-Luton 11 Denison-Schleswig 0

Spencer 13 MOC-Floyd Valley 7

Class 3A District 15 – Semifinals

Harlan 2 Atlantic 0

Winterset 12 Carroll 2

Class 3A District 16 – Semifinals

ADM, Adel 15 Glenwood 3

Dallas Center-Grimes 15 Creston 0

Class 4A Substate 1 – First Round

Urbandale 10 Thomas Jefferson 0

Sioux City West 10 Sioux City East 0

Waukee 8 Sioux City North 1

Class 4A Substate 8 – First Round

Johnston 19 Des Moines North 0

Lewis Central 7 Abraham Lincoln 2

Indianola 3 Des Moines East 0

KMAland Baseball (7/17): Harlan, D-S, Heelan nab wins in final night of regular season

(KMAland) -- Harlan, Denison-Schleswig and Heelan were all winners in KMAland baseball action on Wednesday. 

NC: Harlan 13 Thomas Jefferson 1 

Luke Schaben singled, doubled, tripled and drove in four runs to lead the Harlan offense while Joey Moser and Connor Bruck added two hits and combined to drive in three runs. Brett Sears added a pair of RBI.

Riley Kohles threw the first four innings, allowing one run on three hits while striking out four.

Sean Meyer topped Thomas Jefferson with a pair of hits.

NC: Denison-Schleswig 5 Storm Lake 4 

The Monarchs used a three-run fifth inning to take the lead and hung on for the win behind three combined shutout innings from winning pitcher Jaden Petersen and Dawson Dorhout, who was tabbed with the save.

Dorhout also had a solid day at the plate with a pair of hits while Sean Moran added two hits, and Trey Brotherton drove in two runs on one hit. Jack Mendlik also had an RBI knock for the Monarchs.


BASEBALL SCOREBOARD

Non-Conference 

Harlan 13 Thomas Jefferson 1

Bishop Heelan Catholic 4 Lewis Central 1

Denison-Schleswig 5 Storm Lake 4

KMAland Baseball (7/16): District semifinal recap & rundown

(KMAland) -- St. Albert, Kuemper, Audubon, Lo-Ma, Treynor, Underwood, CD, MSTM, SEW, CRB, Woodbine, Lamoni & Moravia are moving on in 1A and 2A district baseball action.

1A-12: Moravia 10 Wayne 0 

Carson Butz and Casey Smith had two hits and two RBI each for Moravia while Hunter Arbogast struck out eight in 4 2/3 scoreless innings. 

1A-12: Central Decatur 10 Twin Cedars 0 

Matthew Boothe had two hits and drove in three runs, and Tate Hill went 3-for-3 with two walks and three runs scored to lead the CD offense. David Walker allowed one hit in four shutout innings, striking out four to get the win.

1A-13: Martensdale-St. Marys 15 Lenox 4 

Cole Cassady and Jack Franey had two hits, two runs and two RBI each for the Blue Devils, which scored nine first-inning runs. Carson Elbert added a triple and three RBI.

Colton Gordon led the Tigers with two hits and scored two runs, and Cullen Wood had a hit and an RBI.

1A-13: Lamoni 4 Bedford 0 

Jaiden Rivera threw five shutout innings with six strikeouts, and Laond Gilliland tossed the final two with five strikeouts and no hits allowed. Stephen Ansong led the offense with three hits and two RBI, and Bode Dykens chipped in two hits.

1A-15: Audubon 11 CAM, Anita 1 

Marcus Olsen went 3-for-5 with an RBI, and Ethan and Joel Klocke had two hits each for Audubon. Gavin Smith added a double and two RBI, and Jackson Jensen (4 IP, 8 K) and Skyler Schultes (3 IP) combined on a solid pitching performance.

CAM’s Mitchell Williamson and Ben Tibken had two hits apiece for the Cougars.

1A-15: Southeast Warren 15 Nodaway Valley 0 

Bryce Hall, Colby Page and Brock Kyner all hit home runs and combined to drive in 12 runs on the night.

1A-16: Coon Rapids-Bayard 10 IKM-Manning 1 

Christian Cook had one hit, two walks, four RBI and a run scored to help send Coon Rapids-Bayard to the win. He also threw four innings, struck out seven and allowed just one unearned run on two hits.

Kade Schlepp added three hits and three runs scored, and Peyton Clipperton, Quentin Culbertson, Ben Obert and Jalen Rosenbeck all pitched in two hits each in a 13-hit attack for the Crusaders.

1A-16: Woodbine 6 West Harrison 1 

Cory Bantam had a double among two hits and drove in a run for Woodbine in the victory. Layne Pryor went four innings and allowed just one run on three hits while Alex Bantam threw the final three frames, giving up just one hit.

Logan King had a double and scored the lone run for West Harrison.

2A-13: Kuemper Catholic 1 Southeast Valley 0 

Blake Pottebaum scored the only run of the game in the seventh inning to lift Kuemper Catholic to the win. Aaron Schreck struck out 10 and gave up just four hits and a walk in a complete game shutout.

NC: Abraham Lincoln 5 Creston 3 

Tyler Reiss and Andrew Christensen had three hits each, and Christensen drove in a team-high three runs to lead the Lynx to the win. Cade Nelson worked three innings of four-hit, one-run relief to get the win.

BASEBALL SCOREBOARD – TOURNAMENT TRAIL

Class 1A District 12 – Semifinals

Moravia 10 Wayne 0

Central Decatur 10 Twin Cedars 0

Class 1A District 13 – Semifinals

Martensdale-St. Marys 15 Lenox 4

Lamoni 4 Bedford 0

Class 1A District 14 – Semifinals

St. Albert 16 AHSTW, Avoca 8

Logan-Magnolia 10 Stanton 0

Class 1A District 15 – Semifinals

Southeast Warren 15 Nodaway Valley 0

Audubon 11 CAM, Anita 1

Class 1A District 16 – Semifinals

Coon Rapids-Bayard 10 IKM-Manning 1

Woodbine 6 West Harrison 1

Class 2A District 13 – Semifinals

Ogden 3 South Central Calhoun 2

Kuemper Catholic 1 Southeast Valley 0

Class 2A District 14 – Semifinals

Van Meter 7 Mount Ayr 0

Interstate 35, Truro 5 Panorama, Panora 4 — 9 inn

Class 2A District 15 – Semifinals

Treynor 8 Red Oak 7

Underwood 6 Clarinda 2

Class 2A District 16 – Semifinals

Hinton 10 Missouri Valley 0

Alta-Aurelia 8 MVAOCOU 5

BASEBALL SCOREBOARD – REGULAR SEASON

Non-Conference

Abraham Lincoln 5 Creston 3

Sergeant Bluff-Luton 16 Lewis Central 9

Bishop Heelan Catholic 3 MOC-Floyd Valley 2

Sioux City East 12 Le Mars 2

KMAland Softball (7/16): Denison-Schleswig shuts out Heelan, moves to 2nd state tournament

(KMAland) -- For the second time in school history, Denison-Schleswig has advanced to the state softball tournament.

The Lady Monarchs won for the 13th time in their last 15 games in beating Bishop Heelan Catholic 3-0. Alex Mohr and Sarah Heilesen drove in one run apiece and had two hits each. Tatum Fink also had two hits for Denison-Schleswig.

Heilesen allowed just one hit and worked around six walks with eight strikeouts in a complete-game shutout performance.

Denison-Schleswig will make their first state appearance since 2013 next Tuesday at 1:00 against top-ranked Carlisle. Find Class 4A and 5A state pairings here.

SOFTBALL SCOREBOARD – TOURNAMENT TRAIL

Class 4A Regional Finals

Oskaloosa 1 ADM, Adel 0

Carlisle 8 Boone 4

Charles City 11 Mason City 1

Dallas Center-Grimes 12 Ballard 6

Independence 4 Iowa City Liberty 2

North Scott 3 Fairfield 0

West Delaware 6 Central DeWitt 1

Denison-Schleswig 3 Bishop Heelan Catholic 0

Class 5A Regional Finals

Waukee 9 Sioux City North 0

WDM Valley 6 Des Moines Hoover 1

Fort Dodge 3 Ankeny 0

Cedar Rapids Kennedy 6 Cedar Rapids Prairie 0

Iowa City High 2 Dubuque Hempstead 0

Indianola 5 Southeast Polk 4

Ottumwa 12 Muscatine 9

Johnston 9 Pleasant Valley 8

KMAland Baseball (7/15): AL walks off to win over Harlan, LC shuts out TJ

(KMAland) -- AL walked off to a win over Harlan, Cade Van Ness homered for Glenwood in a loss, LC shut out Thomas Jefferson and more from the night in KMAland baseball.

NC: Sioux City North 8 Glenwood 3 

Cade Van Ness hit his 12th home run of the season for Glenwood in the loss.

NC: Abraham Lincoln 9 Harlan 8 

Abraham Lincoln scored a walk-off win thanks to a throwing error by Harlan in the bottom of the seventh.

Hunter Nice went 3-for-4 with a home run and two RBI to lead the Lynx in the win while Tyler Reiss and Logan Kruse added two hits apiece. Zane Olsen and Austin Wickman chipped in two RBI each.

Derec Weyer had a big night for Harlan with three hits, including a double and a home run, and drove in five runs. Brenden Bartley chipped in two hits, and Luke Schaben scored three runs.

NC: Lewis Central 7 Thomas Jefferson 0  

Easton Dermody struck out eight and allowed just one hit in three innings to pick up the win for Lewis Central, which used four pitchers in the win.


BASEBALL SCOREBOARD

Missouri River Conference

Sioux City East 4 Sioux City West 0 (Game 1)

Sioux City West 6 Sioux City East 4 (Game 2)

Non-Conference  

Sioux City North 8 Glenwood 3

Abraham Lincoln 9 Harlan 8

ADM 5 Creston 1

Lewis Central 7 Thomas Jefferson 0

Sergeant Bluff-Luton 9 Spencer 2

KMAland Softball (7/15): Three KMAland conference schools advance to state

(KMAland) -- A Western Iowa Conference team and two Pride of Iowa Conference squads are on to the state softball tournament.

Treynor upended Southeast Valley in 3A and Mount Ayr shutout West Monona in 2A to advance to Fort Dodge. Meanwhile, Wayne was a winner in Class 1A to qualify for state. 

The Falcons will play next Monday at 1:00 PM against Lisbon while Mount Ayr gets Beckman Catholic at 3:30. Treynor takes on West Liberty next Tuesday morning at 11:30 AM. View the complete bracket here.

Here’s a look at the full rundown from the 1A, 2A and 3A regional finals from Monday.

1A: Wayne 8 Melcher-Dallas 0 

Camryn Jacobsen hit a solo home run, and Sterling Berndt had 11 strikeouts in a complete game shutout to help the Falcons advance to state.

SOFTBALL SCOREBOARD – TOURNAMENT TRAIL

Class 1A Regional Finals

Gehlen Catholic 2 No. 13 Westwood 1

No. 4 Newell-Fonda 6 Ridge View 4

No. 1 Collins-Maxwell 3 Grand View Christian 0

Wayne 8 Melcher-Dallas 0

No. 7 Lynnville-Sully 8 No. 15 North Mahaska 3 

No. 2 Lisbon 1 No. 11 Belle Plaine 0

No. 3 Clarksville 10 Starmont 0

No. 9 Bishop Garrigan 1 No. 6 AGWSR 0

Class 2A Regional Finals

No. 5 East Marshall 14 No. 3 Jesup 1

No. 14 Ogden 2 Earlham 0

No. 9 Mount Ayr 9 No. 4 West Monona 0

No. 13 Alta-Aurelia 5 No. 15 West Sioux 3

No. 8 Central Springs 6 East Sac County 0

No. 10 Beckman Catholic 4 No. 2 Durant 2

No. 1 North Linn 5 Saint Ansgar 3

Wapello 4 Pekin 3

Class 3A Regional Finals

No. 1 Davenport Assumption 11 West Burlington 1

Algona 8 Spirit Lake 3

No. 2 Louisa-Muscatine 1 No. 10 Williamsburg 0

No. 6 Columbus Catholic 4 No. 15 New Hampton 1

No. 13 Mount Vernon 3 No. 11 Solon 2

No. 4 West Liberty 7 No. 8 Anamosa 2

No. 7 Treynor 5 Southeast Valley 3

No. 5 Albia 9 No. 12 North Polk 6

KMAland Softball/Baseball (7/13): Regional/district recap

(KMAland) -- Check out the Iowa high school softball and baseball action from Saturday.

4A-2 SOFTBALL: Boone 12 Harlan 0 

Kate Heithoff and Morgan Schaben had one hit each to lead Harlan in the win.

4A-8 SOFTBALL: Denison-Schleswig 6 Sergeant Bluff-Luton 3 

Paige Armijo, Kayla Rauch, Kambrie Dau, Tatum Fink and Kailey Pick all drove in a run for Denison-Schleswig.

1A-14 BASEBALL: AHSTW 8 Fremont-Mills 0 

Gabe Madsen had three hits and drove in a run, and Blake Holst added two hits, two RBI and two runs scored. Joey Cunningham chipped in two hits and scored two runs.

1A-15 BASEBALL: Nodaway Valley 3 Ankeny Christian 2 

Caelen DeVault had two hits and drove in a run for the Wolverines.

1A-15 BASEBALL: Audubon 5 Earlham 2 

Braden Wessel drove in three runs to lead the Wheelers, which scored five runs in the fifth inning.

SOFTBALL SCOREBOARD- TOURNAMENT TRAIL 

Class 4A Region 2 - Semifinals 

Boone 12 Harlan 0

Carlisle 8 Gilbert 0

Class 4A Region 4 - Semifinals 

Dallas Center-Grimes 5 Glenwood 3

Balard 12 Winterset 0

Class 4A Region 8 - Semifinals 

Denison-Schleswig 6 Sergeant Bluff-Luton 3

Bishop Heelan Catholic 2 Le Mars 1

Class 5A Region 1 - Semifinals 

Waukee 14 Abraham Lincon 0

Sioux City North 2 Urbandale 1

Class 5A Region 3 - Semifinals 

Fort Dodge 9 Sioux City East 0

Ankeny 5 Des Moines East 0

BASEBALL SCOREBOARD- TOURNAMENT TRAIL 

Class 1A District 12 - Quarterfinals 

Moravia 6 Melcher-Dallas 3

Wayne 7 Mormon Trail 6

Central Decatur 9 Moulton-Udell 6

Twin Cedars 1 Seymour 0

Class 1A District 13 - Quarterfinals 

Martensdale-St. Marys 17 Griswold 2

Lenox 6 Murray 5 — 9 inn

Lamoni 10 East Union 0

Bedford 6 Southwest Valley 0

Class 1A District 14 - Quarterfinals 

St. Albert 15 Essex/South Page 0

AHSTW 8 Fremont-Mills 0 

Logan-Magnolia 19 Sidney 1

Stanton 5 East Mills 1

Class 1A District 15 - Quarterfinals 

Southeast Warren 12 Orient-Macksburg 0

Nodaway Valley 3 Ankeny Christian Academy 2

CAM, Anita 7 Exira/EHk 2

Audubon 5 Earlham 2

Class 1A District 16 - Quarterfinals 

Coon Rapids-Bayard 11 Glidden-Ralston 0

IKM-Manning 7 Ar-We-Va- 6

Woodbine 7 Boyer Valley 0 

West Harrison 11 West Monona 0

Class 2A District 14 - First Round 

Mount Ayr 8 West Central Valley 7 — 10 inn

Panorama, Panora 12 ACGC 2

Class 2A District 15 - First Round 

Red Oak 11 Tri-Center 9 

Underwood 10 Shenandoah 0

Class 2A District 16 - First Round 

Missouri Valley 6 OABICG 5

Alta/Aurelia 13 Cherokee 7

BASEBALL SCHEDULE

Missouri River Conference 

Sioux City East 13 Abraham Lincoln 10

Sioux City East 15 Abraham Lincoln 7 

Non-Conference 

Thomas Jefferson 7 Treynor 6

Ankeny Centennial 8 Sioux City North 3

Sioux City North 4 Ankeny Centennial 3

KMAland Baseball (7/12): Harlan, Glenwood pick up non-conference wins

(KMAland) -- Harlan blasted Le Mars, Glenwood edged AL, LC lost to Urbandale and more from the Friday night in KMAland baseball.

NC: Harlan 10 Le Mars 2 

Brett Sears hit a two-run homer, and Connor Bruck, Luke Schaben and Derek Weyer added two hits apiece. Weyer added a team-high three RBI behind Sears, who struck out eight in five innings to add to his school-record win total.

MRC: Sioux City North 6 Bishop Heelan Catholic 4 (Game 1)

MRC: Sioux City North 4 Bishop Heelan Catholic 3 (Game 2) 

Game 1: Tyrell Blakey led North with three hits, and Trent Frerichs, Evan Helvig and Tyler Jose added two apiece.

Bishop Heelan Catholic got four hits from Brant Hogue.

Game 2: North used a four-run fifth inning to take the sweep. Frerichs drove in two, and Nick Opsahl and Hunter Krommenhoek had two hits apiece.


BASEBALL SCOREBOARD

Missouri River Conference 

Sioux City North 6 Bishop Heelan Catholic 4 (Game 1)

Sioux City North 4 Bishop Heelan Catholic 3 (Game 2)

Non-Conference  

Glenwood 8 Abraham Lincoln 7

Harlan 10 Le Mars 2

Urbadale 7 Lewis Central 2

Sergeant Bluff-Luton 13 MOC-Floyd Valley 0

KMAland Softball (7/12): Treynor, Mount Ayr, Wayne, Melcher-Dallas one win from state

(KMAland) -- Treynor, Mount Ayr, Wayne and Melcher-Dallas all moved one win from the state tournament on Friday evening in KMAland softball action.

1A-2: Newell-Fonda 8 Exira/EHK 1 

Ashley Hansen had three hits, and Shay Burmeister added two and scored the lone run for the Spartans in the loss. 

1A-3: Collins-Maxwell 10 Murray 2 

Breianna Klein and Kelli Romero each hit solo home runs for the Mustangs in the loss - the final game of Danny Jensen’s 40-year, 1,300-game coaching career.

1A-4: Wayne 4 BCLUW 2 — 8 inn 

Camryn Jacobsen bashed her sixth home run of the year to send the Falcons one win away from state.

2A-3: Mount Ayr 4 Underwood 1 

Alexa Anderson, Channler Henle, Caroline McAlexander and Abbigail Barnes all drove in one run each for the Raiderettes in the win.

2A-3: West Monona 14 AHSTW 5 

Katie Anzalone had two hits, and Madison Heiny drove in a pair of runs for the Lady Vikes in the defeat.

3A-7: Treynor 8 Sioux Center 0  

Alyssa Kellar, Stella Umphreys, Reagan Darrah and Kayla Chapman had two hits apiece for the Cardinals in the win. Umphreys drove in three while Darrah and Sydni Huisman had two RBI apiece. Huisman struck out nine in a complete game shutout.

3A-7: Southeast Valley 4 Kuemper Catholic 3 

Alli Mertz hit a two-run shot and Jordan Schwabe added a solo bomb for the Knights, but Southeast Valley finished the game in the seventh with a walk-off suicide squeeze bunt.


SOFTBALL SCOREBOARD - TOURNAMENT TRAIL 

Class 1A Region 2 - Semifinals 

Newell-Fonda 8 Exira/EHK 1

Ridge View 10 Ar-We-Va 0

Class 1A Region 3 - Semifinals 

Collins-Maxwell 10 Murray 2

Grand View Christian 11 Lenox 7 — 8 inn

Class 1A Region 4 - Semifinals 

Wayne 4 BCLUW 2 — 8 inn

Melcher-Dallas 7 Twin Cedars 2

Class 2A Region 3 - Semifinals 

West Monona 14 AHSTW 5

Mount Ayr 4 Underwood 1

Class 3A Region 7 - Semifinals 

Treynor 8 Sioux Center 0

Southeast Valley 4 Kuemper Catholic 3

Class 3A Region 8 - Semifinals 

North Polk 10 Shenandoah 0

Albia 5 Clarke 2

KMAland Baseball (7/11): Atlantic edges Clarinda, St. Albert takes down Harlan

(KMAland) -- Atlantic edged Clarinda, St. Albert beat Harlan, Glenwood fell to SBL, Underwood blanked F-M and more from the night in KMAland baseball.

H-10: Atlantic 3 Clarinda 2 

Brody O'Brien struck out seven in 6 1/3 innings, allowing two runs on four hits to get the win. He also delivered at the plate with two hits while Colin Mullenix and Gunner Kirchhoff had one RBI each.

NC: Sergeant Bluff-Luton 9 Glenwood 3 

Cade Van Ness hit his 11th home run of the season for Glenwood.

NC: Vinton-Shellsburg 9 Denison-Schleswig 7 

Sean Moran drove in two to lead Denison-Schleswig in the defeat. Dawson Dorhout, Braiden Heiden and Evan Turin all drove in one run apiece for the Monarchs.

NC: Kuemper Catholic 11 Perry 2 

Jake Hugeback went 2-for-4 with two RBI, and Truman Haukap and Cole Uhlenkmap added two hits and one RBI apiece for the Knights.

Blake Pottebaum threw six innings, struck out six and allowed two runs on four hits.

NC: Underwood 15 Fremont-Mills 0  

Easton Elledge smacked a three-run home run, and Nick Ravlin and Zach Teten had three hits apiece for the Eagles. Drake Adair gave up three hits in getting the win. 

NC: Lenox 7 East Mills 6 

Brad Larson singled, drove in a run and finished with three stolen bases and three runs scored for Lenox. Xavier Adamson added a hit, a run, an RBI and a stolen base. Colton Gordon threw the final two innings, striking four and earning the save.

Trevor Glockel, Nic Duysen and Andrew Jackson all had two hits for East Mills in the defeat.


BASEBALL SCOREBOARD – TOURNAMENT TRAIL

Class 1A District 14 – First Round

Essex/South Page 10 Riverside 0

BASEBALL SCOREBOARD – REGULAR SEASON

Hawkeye Ten Conference

Atlantic 3 Clarinda 2

St. Albert 11 Harlan 6

Missouri River Conference

Sioux City North 14 Abraham Lincoln 2 (Game 1)

Sioux City North 8 Abraham Lincoln 0 (Game 2)

Bishop Heelan Catholic 11 Sioux City East 7 (Game 1)

Bishop Heelan Catholic 11 Sioux City East 3 (Game 2)

Non-Conference

Sergeant Bluff-Luton 9 Glenwood 3

Sioux City West 5 Lewis Central 4 — 9 inn

Vinton-Shellsburg 9 Denison-Schleswig 7

Kuemper Catholic 11 Perry 2

Lenox 7 East Mills 6

Underwood 15 Fremont-Mills 0 

Eddyville-Blakesburg-Fremont 8 Martensdale-St. Marys 7

KMAland Softball (7/11): Harlan comes back, Denison-Schleswig cruises

(KMAland) -- Glenwood, Harlan, Denison-Schleswig, Abraham Lincoln and Sioux City East were all regional winners on Thursday night in KMAland softball.

4A-2: Harlan 3 Perry 2 

Morgan Schaben delivered a walk-off single to lift Harlan, which trailed by one heading to the seventh. Julia Schechinger and Miranda Goetz added two hits apiece for the Cyclones.

Schaben struck out 16 and allowed just one hit in the circle. 

4A-8: Denison-Schleswig 10 Spencer 0 

Sarah Heilesen homered among two hits and drove in two, and Alex Mohr and Kayla Rauch added three hits each. Kailey Pick chipped in two hits and two runs, and Payton Goslar drove in two runs on one hit.

Heilesen threw six innings, struck out 12 and allowed just three hits and two walks in the win.


SOFTBALL SCOREBOARD – TOURNAMENT TRAIL

Class 4A Region 2 – First Round

Harlan 3 Perry 2

Gilbert 5 Knoxville 1

Class 4A Region 4 – First Round

Glenwood 10 Lewis Central 3

Winterset 5 Pella 3

Class 4A Region 8 – First Round

Denison-Schleswig 10 Spencer 0

Le Mars 7 Storm Lake 1

Class 5A Region 1 – First Round

Abraham Lincoln 8 Thomas Jefferson 6

Class 5A Region 3 – First Round

Sioux City East 3 Sioux City West 0

KMAland Baseball (7/10): Creston gets sweep, Glenwood nabs 10-run win, CAM bombs way to wins

(KMAland) -- Creston swept Shenandoah, Glenwood ten-runned St. Albert, CAM hit six home runs in a pair of RVC wins and more from the night in KMAland baseball.

H-10: Creston 18 Shenandoah 8 (Game 1) 

H-10: Creston 12 Shenandoah 3 (Game 2)

Game 1: Eli Loudon went 2-for-3 with a home run, four RBI and four runs scored to lead Creston in the win. Luke Latham and Keagan Smith also hit home runs and drove in three runs apiece.

For Shenandoah, AJ Herold homered and drove in two, and owen McCunn, Cain Lorimor and Devin Morelock had two hits each and combined to drive in five.

Game 2: Loudon had another two hits, another two RBI and another home run for the Panthers. Gavin Gillam added two hits and two RBI, and Brayton Chesnut pitched in two hits and an RBI. Loudon was also the winning pitcher with 10 strikeouts in five innings.

Herold homered for the second time on the day, and Lorimor chipped in two hits and scored once.

NC: Red Oak 12 East Mills 9 

Garrett Couse had two hits and two RBI, and Cole Carlson finished with a hit, two RBI and two runs scored. Carter Bruce also had two hits, an RBI and scored twice, and Cam Vanderhoof singled and scored three times for the Tigers.

Jack Anderson led East Mills with three hits and an RBI, and Jackson Wray and Anthony Rainey added two hits each. Andrew Jackson also drove in a pair of runs.

NC: Fort Madison 10 Denison-Schleswig 0

Dawson Dorhout and Trey Brotherton had the only hits for Denison-Schleswig in the defeat.

NC: Roland-Story 4 Treynor 1 (Game 1)

NC: Treynor 9 Roland-Story 1 (Game 2) 

Game 1: Kristian Martens threw 5 2/3 innings and struck out seven batters in the loss. Brenden Dingus had an RBI hit and was one of seven players to hit safely for the Cardinals.

Game 2: Tommy Duysen went 3-for-4 with an RBI, and Nate McCombs and Martens added two hits each. Jaxon Schumacher, Martens and Austin Kulesa drove in two runs apiece. Schumacher was the winning pitcher, throwing six innings and allowing one run on five hits.

NC: Greene County 9 Underwood 5 

Blake Hall cranked a three-run home run as part of a five-run second inning and finished with two hits on the night. Drake Adair, Tyler Boothby and Dylan Reimer also had two hits each for the Eagles.

NC: Tri-Center 4 Thomas Jefferson 3 

Trevor Nelson’s single scored Trevor Carlson in the bottom of the seventh, and Tri-Center walked off a winner. Sid Stowe had two hits in the game for the Trojans. Gaven Heim struck out seven and gave up just one earned run in five innings for T-C.

Robert Wood had an RBI hit for Thomas Jefferson, which scored three runs in the sixth to tie the game. Ryan Steinspring had 10 strikeouts in six innings for TJ.

RVC: CAM 23 Glidden-Ralston 0

RVC: CAM 9 Ar-We-Va 4 

CAM had a big night of home runs with Mitchell Williamson cranking three bombs while Darien Burnison hit two and Lane Spieker had one.

Ar-We-Va’s Keegan Simons and Will Ragaller had two hits each, and Dalton Ehlers drove in two.

NC: Coon Rapids-Bayard 8 Panorama 5 

Trenton Golay had two hits, and Ben Obert added a two-run double for the Crusaders in the win. Christian Cook got the win on the mound, and Preston McAlister finished the save.


BASEBALL SCOREBOARD

Hawkeye Ten Conference

Creston 18 Shenandoah 8 (Game 1)

Creston 12 Shenandoah 3 (Game 2)

Glenwood 18 St. Albert 8

Rolling Valley Conference

CAM 23 Glidden-Ralston 0

CAM 9 Ar-We-Va 4

Missouri River Conference

Sergeant Bluff-Luton 11 Sioux City West 3 (Game 1)

Sioux City West 12 Sergeant Bluff-Luton 11 (Game 2)

Non-Conference

Red Oak 12 East Mills 9

Fort Madison 10 Denison-Schleswig 0

Roland-Story 4 Treynor 1 (Game 1)

Treynor 9 Roland-Story 1 (Game 2)

Greene County 9 Underwood 5

Tri-Center 4 Thomas Jefferson 3

Twin Cedars at Central Decatur

Coon Rapids-Bayard 8 Panorama 5

KMAland Softball (7/10): Exira/EHK, Ar-We-Va, Kuemper Catholic spring upsets

(KMAland) -- Shenandoah, Kuemper Catholic, Lenox, Murray, Underwood, Exira/EHK, AHSTW, Mount Ayr, Treynor, Wayne, Ar-We-Va, Twin Cedars and Melcher-Dallas all moved on in regional softball action on Wednesday.

3A-8: Shenandoah 12 Red Oak 2 

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3A-7: Kuemper Catholic 6 Atlantic 5  

Kenzie Schon smacked a two-run home run - her sixth of the season - to lead Kuemper in the upset win. Schon finished with two hits and two RBI while Isabel Schwabe chipped in two hits and one RBI.

Olivia Engler led Atlantic with four hits and three RBI, and Caroline Pellett chipped in three hits and scored a run.

3A-8: Clarke 14 Creston 3 

Saige Rice homered for Creston, but Alexis Watson (Clarke) struck out 11 in a six-inning complete game.

1A-3: Lenox 12 Fremont-Mills 2 

Lauren Christensen drove in four runs, and Brooklynn Ecklin added two hits and three RBI for the Tigers. McKinna Hogan went 4-for-4 with a double and three runs scored, and Morgan Parrish had two hits and three runs.

TJ Stoaks struck out 13 and allowed just four hits on the night to get the win.

1A-3: Murray 9 Stanton/Essex 1 

Hailey Frederick had four hits, and Chloe Church added a double among two hits and drove in three runs. Teryn Shields chipped in a single, triple and RBI.

Elise Dailey had two hits for the Viqueens while Sami York and Hope Ogletree also had base hits.

2A-3: Underwood 9 Sidney 0 

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1A-2: Exira/EHK 7 Riverside 3 

Tatum Grubbs had three hits to lead the Exira/EHK offense, and Macy Emgarten struck out 12 in a three-hitter. Shay Burmeister added a hit, two walks and three runs scored for the Spartans.

2A-3: West Monona 10 IKM-Manning 0 

IKM-Manning was no-hit by Lexi Lander, who had eight strikeouts and finished a perfect game.

2A-3: AHSTW 3 Missouri Valley 2 

Kailey Jones gave up just three hits in a complete-game effort for AHSTW. Allie Meyers had a hit and drove in two, and Katie Anzalone scored a pair of runs. 

Missouri Valley’s Julia Janssen and Payton Hilts had RBI hits in the loss.

2A-3: Mount Ayr 4 Logan-Magnolia 0 

Caroline McAlexander threw a three-hit shutout with six strikeouts.  Alexa Anderson went 2-for-3 with a home run and two RBI, and Halsie Barnes also went deep in the win. Sam Stewart chipped in a pair of hits.

3A-7: Treynor 7 OABCIG 2 

Tori Castle went 2-for-3 with three RBI and a run scored for Treynor in the win. Konnor Sudmann added a pair of hits for the offense while Sydni Huisman struck out nine and gave up three hits and two unearned runs.

1A-3: Grand View Christian 12 Bedford 0

Grand View Christian scored six in the first and five in the third on their way to the win. Bedford had just one hit off of Emma Heffron, who threw all three innings.

1A-4: Wayne 2 Seymour 0 

Sterling Berndt allowed just one hit and struck out 11 in a dominant shutout performance. 

1A-2: Ar-We-Va 5 West Harrison 4 

Maggie Ragaller’s two-run go-ahead single in the seventh was the difference in the win. Kora Obrecht added two hits and two RBI, and Emily Hinners and Leslie Luft had three-hit nights for the Rockets.

Emily McIntosh led West Harrison with three hits and an RBI, and Cheyanne Rife had two hits and two RBI.

1A-2: Newell-Fonda 15 Woodbine 0 

Ella Larsen threw a three-inning no-hitter for Newell-Fonda, striking out two and walking just one.

1A-4: Twin Cedars 6 Baxter 0 

Ali Mockenhaupt and Chloe Swank had three hits apiece for Twin Cedars. Grace Bailey threw a six-hit complete game shutout with four strikeouts and only walk allowed.

1A-4: Melcher-Dallas 10 Moravia 0 

Melcher-Dallas used a five-run second inning to dominate their way to a win over Moravia.


SOFTBALL SCOREBOARD – TOURNAMENT TRAIL

Class 1A Region 2 – Quarterfinals

Newell-Fonda 15 Woodbine 0

Exira/EHK 7 Riverside 3

Ar-We-Va 5 West Harrison 4

Ridge View 11 CAM 1

Class 1A Region 3 – Quarterfinals

Collins-Maxwell 10 East Union 0

Murray 9 Stanton/Essex 1

Lenox 12 Fremont-Mills 2

Grand View Christian 12 Bedford 0

Class 1A Region 4 – Quarterfinals

BCLUW 9 Central Decatur 1

Wayne 2 Seymour 0

Twin Cedars 6 Baxter 0

Melcher-Dallas 10 Moravia 0

Class 2A Region 1 – Quarterfinals

Colfax-Mingo 12 Nodaway Valley 2

East Marshall 10 Belmond-Klemme 0

South Hamilton 5 Madrid 0

Jesup 14 Woodward-Granger 1

Class 2A Region 2 – Quarterfinals

Earlham 2 Martensdale-St. Marys 0

Van Meter 10 ACGC 0

Ogden 8 Interstate 35, Truro 0

Pella Christian 4 Pleasantville 2

Class 2A Region 3 – Quarterfinals

West Monona 10 IKM-Manning 0

AHSTW 3 Missouri Valley 2

Mount Ayr 4 Logan-Magnolia 0

Underwood 9 Sidney 0

Class 3A Region 7 – Quarterfinals

Treynor 7 OABCIG 2

Sioux Center 9 MOC-Floyd Valley 3

Kuemper Catholic 6 Atlantic 5

Southeast Valley 8 Carroll 3

Class 3A Region 8 – Quarterfinals

Shenandoah 12 Red Oak 2

North Polk 8 Des Moines Christian 7 — 9 inn

Albia 12 Saydel 2

Clarke 14 Creston 3

KMAland Baseball (7/9): Stanton's Weis tosses no-hitter in final regular season game

(KMAland) -- Donnie Weis tossed a no-no, Shenandoah beat Lenox, Red Oak took down Sidney, Glenwood handled Le Mars and much more from the night in KMAland baseball.

NC: Shenandoah 13 Lenox 3 

Braden Knight went 3-for-4 with two RBI and a run scored, and AJ Herold and Kyle Cerven also drove in two runs each for Shenandoah in an 11-hit attack.

Owen McCunn chipped in a pair of hits and had one RBI, and Anthony Stogdill, Devin Morelock and Brody Owen added RBI hits. Blake Doyle threw all five innings, struck out four and allowed just one earned run on four hits.

Keegan Christensen had two hits and scored once, and Danny Ramirez added an RBI hit for Lenox.

NC: Red Oak 11 Sidney 1 

Dawson Bond went 3-for-3 and had two RBI to lead the Red Oak offense. Cole Carlson added a double and two RBI, and Garrett Couse, Colton Kinnison and Dillon Burns all scored two runs apiece.

Carter Bruce (3 IP, 2 H, 1 R, 4 K, 1 BB) and Dillon Burns (2 IP, 0 H, 0 R, 0 BB, 2 K) combined on a strong pitching performance.

Brett Gruber had an RBI hit for Sidney while Zayne Osborn doubled and scored a run.

NC: Glenwood 11 Le Mars 1 

Eli Bales led an 11-hit attack for Glenwood with three hits and four RBI. Cooper Silvius doubled and drove in three, and Colton Schutte, Andrew Holiday and Kaden Wray all had two hits.

Michael Radford threw all five innings, allowing just one run on three hits while striking out eight and walking one.

NC: Denison-Schleswig 16 Northeast, Goose Lake 7  

Braiden Heiden went 2-for-2 with four RBI and two runs scored, and Dawson Dorhout added two hits and three RBI for Denison-Schleswig, which scored 11 runs combined in their final two at bats.

Jaden Petersen chipped in three hits and two RBI, and Nathan Gallup had a two RBI night.

NC: Carroll 5 Atlantic 4 

Chase McLaren drove in a pair of runs for Atlantic in the tight defeat.

NC: Dallas Center-Grimes 7 Harlan 5 

Brenden Bartley led Harlan with two hits while Connor Bruck, Luke Schaben, Isaiah Ahrenholtz, Riley Kohles and Jonathan Owens all drove in one run each.

CORNER: Stanton 11 Essex/South Page 0 

Donnie Weis tossed a no-hitter for the Vikings.

NC: Nodaway Valley 12 Fremont-Mills 4 

Tyler Vandewater went 3-for-4 with two doubles and three RBI, and Mason Menefee added two hits and two RBI for the Wolverines in the win. Brady Hilpipre also drove in two runs behind Evan Forcht, Colby Harris and Caelen DeVault, who combined on a strong pitching effort.

NC: Ogden 3 Treynor 2 

Nate McCombs worked five innings and allowed just one earned run in the tight loss. McCombs also led at the plate with a hit and two RBI. Ryan Bach added two hits of his own.

NC: Exira/EHK 9 IKM-Manning 3 

Exira/EHK scored eight of their nine runs in the first three innings on their way to the win.

Ethan Carter led the Wolves with two hits while Max Nielsen, Jerod Henkelman and Will Jorgensen all drove in a run.

NC: Underwood 10 CAM 1 

Blake Hall had two hits, and Nick Ravlin scored three runs for Underwood. Landon Nelson, Zach Teten and Kyler Rodenbuerg teamed up on a four-hitter.

DeShawn Carr had two hits for the Cougars.

NC: South Central Calhoun 5 Audubon 4 

South Central Calhoun scored two runs in the bottom of the seventh to take the tight non-conference win.

Derek Porsch led the Wheelers with two hits and two RBI while Marcus Olsen doubled and drove in a run.

NC: Coon Rapids-Bayard 4 Webster City 0 

Trenton Golay, Aaron McAlister, Kade Schlepp and Josh Ramirez all drove in one run each. Schlepp threw a six-hit shutout with two strikeouts.

BASEBALL SCOREBOARD

Corner Conference

Stanton 11 Essex/South Page 0

Pride of Iowa Conference

Mount Ayr 6 Southwest Valley 3

Central Decatur 11 Bedford 6 (NC)

Missouri River Conference

Sioux City West 8 Abraham Lincoln 2 (Game 1)

Abraham Lincoln 8 Sioux City West 2 (Game 2)

Bluegrass Conference

Melcher-Dallas at Lamoni

Lamoni 7 Murray 2

Murray 16 Melcher-Dallas 6

Non-Conference

Shenandoah 13 Lenox 3

Red Oak 11 Sidney 1

Glenwood 11 Le Mars 1

Denison-Schleswig 16 Northeast, Goose Lake 7 

Creston 6 Thomas Jefferson 5 -- 8 inn

Carroll 5 Atlantic 4

Dallas Center-Grimes 7 Harlan 5

Nodaway Valley 12 Fremont-Mills 4

Exira/EHK 9 IKM-Manning 3

South Central Calhoun 5 Audubon 4

Ogden 3 Treynor 2

Underwood 10 CAM 1

Mount Ayr 12 Orient-Macksburg 0

Pleasantville 11 Southeast Warren 7

Martensdale-St. Marys 3 Des Moines Christian 1

Coon Rapids-Bayard 4 Webster City 0

Indianola 9 Sioux City East 8 (Game 1)

Sioux City East 4 Indianola 3 (Game 2)

Cardinal 18 Moravia 2

North Mahaska 20 Moulton-Udell 5

KMAland Softball (7/9): Belt's big night leads TJ in MRC win

(KMAland) -- Thomas Jefferson was a winner while Sioux City East lost in non-conference play in a light night of KMAland softball.

MRC: Thomas Jefferson 9 Sioux City West 7 

Hannah Belt went 3-for-4 with a double, four RBI and two runs scored to send the Yellow Jackets to the win. Lilly Thompson and Shaeley Bose added two hits and two RBI apiece, and Caitlyn Jones and Lexi Smith chipped in two hits each.

NC: Le Mars 9 Sioux City East 3 

Evie Larson had two hits, including a double, and Madi Van Dyke added a single and an RBI for East in the loss.


SOFTBALL SCOREBOARD

Missouri River Conference

Thomas Jefferson 9 Sioux City West 7

Non-Conference

Le Mars 9 Sioux City East 3

KMAland Baseball (7/8): Shen outscores MO Valley in wild night of baseball

(KMAland) -- Shenandoah outscored MO Valley, Harlan swept D-S, Sidney beat Lenox, Stanton edged SWV, Woodbine & CAM and others were extra-inning winners and more from the night in KMAland baseball.

NC: Shenandoah 17 Missouri Valley 10 

Devin Morelock had three hits, drove in four runs and scored twice to lead the Shenandoah 13-hit offensive attack. AJ Herold added two hits and four RBI, and Owen McCunn had two and two. Anthony Stogdill also had a two-hit game and drove in one run.

Missouri Valley’s Alec Fichter led the Big Reds with three hits and two RBI. Jacob Meade homered among two hits and had two RBI. Ethan Lengfelder also went deep and drove in three.

H-10: Harlan 14 Denison-Schleswig 0 (Game 1)

H-10: Harlan 12 Denison-Schleswig 1 (Game 2) 

Game 1: Brett Sears and Connor Bruck had three hits each, and Jonathan Owens went 4-for-4 with an RBI and three runs scored. Derec Weyer cracked a three-run home run as part of a seven-run seventh.

Game 2: Brett Sears went 2-for-4 with a home run and six RBI to back a solid pitching performance. The win on the mound was a new school-record 34th win for his career.

Brenden Bartley added a home run, drove in two and scored three times for the Cyclones.

Braiden Heiden had an RBI hit for Denison-Schleswig.

NC: Atlantic 5 Tri-Center 2 

Chase McLaren struck out seven and gave up just one earned run on the mound, and he had two hits and two RBI at the plate for the Trojans. Colin Mullenix added two hits and an RBI.

Trevor Carlson led Tri-Center with two hits. Kyle Siebels doubled, and Leyton Nelson had a hit and an RBI.

NC: Gilbert 6 Kuemper Catholic 5 

Austin Tigges had two hits and two RBI, and Kyle Berg finished with a pair of hits and an RBI to lead Kuemper.

Corner: East Mills 5 Essex/South Page 1 

Camden Jones singled and drove in two, and Davis McGrew, Nic Duysen and Jackson Wray also drove in one run each for East Mills. Duysen struck out seven in five innings, and Michael Schafer threw the final two frames.

Daniel Ohnmacht led Essex/South Page with two hits each. Jake Gray doubled and scored. 

NC: Sidney 7 Lenox 3 

Zach Schmitz had two hits, and Danny Ramirez doubled, scored a run and stole a base for Lenox in the defeat.

NC: Stanton 6 Southwest Valley 3 

Drake Johnson hit his seventh home run of the season, and Carter Johnson added a pair of hits behind a strong outing from Colby Royal, who struck out five and didn’t allow a hit in six innings on the mound. 

NC: AHSTW 17 Griswold 3 

Joel Sampson singled twice, doubled twice and drove in three runs, and Brody Langer added three hits for the Vikings in the dominant win.

Sam Porter chipped in two hits and four RBI while Joey Cunningham and Lane Nelson also had two hits apiece. Porter, Clayton Akers and Nelson combined to strikeout nine batters and allowed only five hits.

Derek Mueller went 2-for-3 with a double and drove in two for the Tigers.

NC: Van Meter 8 Treynor 1 

Kristian Martens had the lone hit of the night for Treynor in the defat. Drew Petersen struck out six in six innings of work.

NC: Panorama 10 Audubon 0 

Skyler Schultes, Marcus Olsen and Braden Wessel had one hit each for Audubon in the loss.

NC: Lawton-Bronson 1 IKM-Manning 0 

Will Jorgensen had two of IKM-Manning's five hits in the game. Amos Rasmussen walked once and stole two bags in the loss. Max Nielsen struck out four and allowed just one run in four innings for the Wolves while Alex Lingle struck out six in three shutout frames.

NC: Woodbine 4 Logan-Magnolia 3 — 11 inn 

Tyler Coberly and Alex Bantam had two hits each while Coberly, Layne Pryor, Alex Bantam and Cory Bantam all drove in a run each. Pryor threw the final seven innings, striking out 10 and allowing just two hits.

NC: CAM 3 East Union 2 — 9 inn 

Mitchell Williamson and Jacob Holst had two hits apiece with Holsten driving int wo runs. Joe Kaufffman struck out 10 and gave up two runs on two hits in 5 1/3 innings.

NC: Pleasantville 7 Martensdale-St. Marys 6 -- 9 inn 

Martensdale-St. Marys scored four runs in the seventh to force extra innings, but Pleasantville escaped with the win.

Jack Franey had two doubles and three hits total to lead the offense while Brooks From went 2-for-4 with an RBI.

NC: Coon Rapids-Bayard 5 South Central Calhoun 2 

Quentin Culbertson struck out seven and allowed three hits in six innings. Ben Obert added two hits and two RBI for the Crusaders in the win.

NC: Storm Lake, St. Mary’s 14 Glidden-Ralston 4 

Jacob Kennebeck and Grant Borkowski each drove in one run each for the Wildcats in the loss.

NC: MVAOCOU 4 Boyer Valley 0 

Jonathon Shimerdla doubled among two hits, and Dylan berets also hit safely for the Bulldogs. Hunter Soma threw all six innings for the Bulldogs, allowing four runs (three earned) on six hits while striking out three.


BASEBALL SCOREBOARD 

Hawkeye Ten Conference 

Harlan 14 Denison-Schleswig 0 (Game 1)

Harlan 12 Denison-Schleswig 1 (Game 2)

Corner Conference 

East Mills 5 Essex/South Page 1

Missouri River Conference 

Bishop Heelan Catholic 10 Sioux City West 9

Non-Conference 

Shenandoah 17 Missouri Valley 10

Underwood 14 Clarinda 12 — 9 inn

Atlantic 5 Tri-Center 2

St. Albert 15 Bedford 2

Gilbert 6 Kuemper Catholic 5

Winterset 10 Creston 5

AHSTW 17 Griswold 3

Stanton 6 Southwest Valley 3

Sidney 7 Lenox 3

Lawton-Bronson 1 IKM-Manning 0

Panorama 10 Audubon 0

Van Meter 8 Treynor 1

Woodbine 4 Logan-Magnolia 3 — 11 inn

Pleasantville 7 Martensdale-St Marys 6 — 9 inn

CAM 3 East Union 2 — 9 inn

Central Decatur at Clarke

Eddyville-Blakesburg-Fremont 8 Southeast Warren 7 — 8 inn

ACGC 4 Exira/EHK 3 — 8 inn

Storm Lake, St. Mary’s 14 Glidden-Ralston 4

Coon Rapids-Bayard 5 South Central Calhoun 2

MVAOCOU 4 Boyer Valley 0

Bishop Heelan 8 Spirit Lake 7

Le Mars 10 Sioux City West 5

Woodward Academy at Melcher-Dallas

Des Moines Christian 6 Ankeny Christian 0

KMAland Softball (7/8): Stanton, Bedford, Woodbine among tourney trail opening night winners

(KMAland) -- Woodbine, Riverside, EEHK, AWV, CAM, E. Union, Murray, Stanton, F-M, Bedford, CD, Wayne, Seymour, IKMM & Lo-Ma advanced in tournament trail action on Monday.

NC: Shenandoah 8 Abraham Lincoln 4 

Cayley Lorimor had two hits and scored twice, and Nichole Gilbert drove in a pair of runs on one hit to lift Shenandoah. Delanie Voshell struck out five in four no-hit innings, and Gilbert threw the final three.

Jessica Vrenick and Brianna Schiller had two RBI apiece for the Lynx.

NC: Glenwood 6 Sergeant Bluff-Luton 5 

Taryn Bertini smacked her first career home run - a three-run shot - to send Glenwood to the win.

H-10: Harlan 7 Denison-Schleswig 3 (Game 1)

H-10: Denison-Schleswig 7 Harlan 6 (Game 2) 

Game 1: Julia Schechinger hit a three-run shot in a six-run seventh inning for Harlan. Paige Armijo had three hits for Denison-Schleswig.

Game 2: Sarah Heilesen had two hits, two RBI and two runs scored, and Kailey Pick added two hits and drove in the winning run for the Monarchs in the seventh.

Aurora Miller drove in two runs for Harlan in the defeat.

1A-2: Ar-We-Va 9 St. Albert 8 

Emily Hinners hit two three-run home runs, and Ar-We-Va edged past St. Albert.

St. Albert had 11 hits of their own, including three by Sarah Eggerling. Allie Petry added a pair of hits, and Maddy Horvath drove in three runs. Olivia Barnes and Presley Poor added two RBI apiece for the Saintes.

1A-3: Stanton 8 Southwest Valley 6 

Sami York doubled among two hits and drove in a run, and Ali Silvius added a pair of hits to lead Stanton in the win. Marleigh Johnson chipped in two hits and an RBI, and Kami Tibben drove in two on one hit.

Isabelle Inman had three hits, including a double, and drove in a run, and Jordyn Figgins added a hit and two RBI. Hailey Thomas chipped in two hits, an RBI and two runs scored for the Timberwolves.

1A-3: Murray 13 East Mills 1 

Bre Klein hit her 12th home run and doubled twice, and Kayla Wookey tossed an 11-strikeout no-hitter to lead Murray. 

1A-2: Riverside 7 Boyer Valley 3 

Gracie Bluml led Riverside with two hits and three RBI while Kenna Ford struck out four and gave up just two earned runs in seven innings to get the win.

1A-3: Bedford 14 Diagonal 2 

Selena Valenzuela went 4-for-4 for Bedford while Vivian Tracy had a double among two hits. Savanna Bond struck out four and allowed zero earned runs for the Bulldogs.

1A-4: Central Decatur 9 Colo-Nesco 7 

Carlee Hamilton went 3-for-4 with a double, a home run and five RBI for the Cardinals in the win. Maizee Lindsey, Kylee Rockhold and Eily Hall all added two hits apiece. 

1A-4: Wayne 14 Southeast Warren 2 

Wayne scored eight runs in the first and five in the second on their way to the three-inning mercy rule victory.

Southeast Warren had three hits, including RBI knocks by Josie Hartman and AJ Dorsey.

1A-2: Woodbine 16 Glidden-Ralston 4 

Amanda Foster tripled, drove in four runs and walked three times, and Brianna Baker added a triple among two hits and drove in two for Woodbine.

Talia Schon, Tianna Janssen and Morgan Koehler all hit safely for Glidden-Ralston.

1A-2: Exira/EHK 8 Audubon 2 

Shay Burmeiester, Tatum Grubbs, Macy Emgarten and Lexi Madsen all had two hits apiece for Exira/EHK.

Burmeister drove in three runs for the Spartans, and Macy Emgarten struck out 10 in a complete game four-hitter.

1A-2: CAM 4 Coon Rapids-Bayard 1 

CAM scored three runs in the first inning to make up the difference in the win for the Cougars.

Cora McAlister struck out four and allowed four runs on five hits in seven innings to take the loss. Alexa Culbertson had two hits and an RBI.

1A-4: Moravia 10 Moulton-Udell 0 

Callie Benjamin had four hits and four RBI, and Anaya Keith and Ronnie Cormeny added two hits and two RBI for Moravia. 

Keith and Jessica Self combined on a one-hit shutout with four strikeouts each. 


TOURNAMENT TRAIL - SOFTBALL SCOREBOARD

Class 1A Region 2 - First Round 

Woodbine 16 Glidden-Ralston 4

Riverside 7 Boyer Valley 3

Exira/EHK 8 Audubon 2

Ar-We-Va 9 St. Albert 8

CAM 4 Coon Rapids-Bayard 1

Class 1A Region 3 - First Round 

East Union 6 Orient-Macksburg 5

Murray 13 East Mills 1

Stanton 8 Southwest Valley 6

Fremont-Mills 4 Griswold 3 

Bedford 14 Diagonal 2

Class 1A Region 4 - First Round 

Central Decatur 9 Colo-Nesco 7

Wayne 14 Southeast Warren 2

Seymour 12 Mormon Trail 0

Baxter 11 Lamoni 0

Moravia 10 Moulton-Udell 0

Class 2A Region 3 - First Round 

IKM-Manning 12 Tri-Center 2

Logan-Magnolia 9 Clarinda 2

SOFTBALL SCOREBOARD

Hawkeye Ten Conference 

Harlan 7 Denison-Schleswig 3 (Game 1)

Denison-Schleswig 7 Harlan 6 (Game 2)

Missouri River Conference 

Sioux City East 12 Thomas Jefferson 0

Non-Conference 

Shenandoah 8 Abraham Lincoln 4

Glenwood 6 Sergeant Bluff-Luton 5

Le Mars 11 Sioux City West 1

KMAland Softball/Baseball (7/6): Klein homers twice, Treynor baseball comes back

(KMAland) -- Here's the rundown from the day in KMAland softball and baseball.

BLUEGRASS: Murray 12 Moravia 0 

Bre Klein hit her 10th and 11th home runs and struck out eight in the circle to lead Murray in the win. Teryn Shields added her second bomb - a two-run job - to add to the win.

SOFTBALL SCOREBOARD

Bluegrass Conference 

Murray 12 Moravia 0

Seymour 7 Lamoni 0

NC: Le Mars 5 Lewis Central 3  

Nolan Miller drove in a pair of runs for Lewis Central in the loss.

NC: Treynor 7 Denver 6 

Treynor rallied for six runs in the sixth to escape with the win. Will Halverson and Drew Petersen drove in two runs each to lead the offense.

Brendan Dingus tossed 2 1/3 innings of scoreless relief, striking out four and allowing just three hits to get the win.

MRC: Sioux City West 7 Thomas Jefferson 1 (Game 1)

MRC: Thomas Jefferson 3 Sioux City West 2 — 8 inn (Game 2) 

Sean Meyer had the walk-off winner for Thomas Jefferson in game two. Grant Merk threw four innings of one-hit relief to get the win.

BLUEGRASS: Lamoni 10 Seymour 3 

Cael Ogier, Landon Gilliland and Michael Millslagle had two hits each, and Stephen Ansong and Millslagle drove in two runs apiece for the Demons.

BASEBALL SCOREBOARD

Missouri River Conference 

Sioux City West 7 Thomas Jefferson 1 (Game 1)

Thomas Jefferson 3 Sioux City West 2 — 8 inn (Game 2)

Bluegrass Conference

Moravia 13 Murray 6

Lamoni 10 Seymour 3

Non-Conference 

Le Mars 5 Lewis Central 3 

Treynor 7 Denver 6

Waterloo Bucks Tournament 

Woodbury Central 6 Martensdale-St. Marys 4

Martensdale-St. Marys 6 Waukon 5

KMAland Baseball (7/5): LC, MSTM clinch conference titles

(KMAland) -- LC and Martensdale-St. Marys clinched conference crowns, Shen beat F-M, Atlantic won in 10 over Kuemper, Harlan won a state-ranked battled, Bedford took down Lenox and more from the night in KMAland baseball.

NC: Shenandoah 12 Fremont-Mills 1 

Blake Doyle drove in three runs and struck out six in five innings of work to lead Shenandoah in the win.

Owen McCunn and Devin Morelock added two hits apiece, and AJ Herold went 1-for-1 with four runs scored.

Jacob Jenkerson drove in the lone run for the Knights.

H-10: Atlantic 3 Kuemper Catholic 2 — 10 inn 

Gunnar Kirchhoff drove in Nile Petersen for a walk-off win.

H-10: Lewis Central 9 Creston 1 (Game 1)

H-10: Lewis Central 10 Creston 6 (Game 2) 

Lewis Central clinched an outright Hawkeye Ten championship with the sweep. Bryson Sharon struck out 10 in the opening game to get the win and clinch the conference title.

NC: Harlan 8 Des Moines Roosevelt 7 

Harlan scored two runs in the seventh to walk-off a winner in a battle of state-ranked teams. 

Brenden Bartley drove in two runs, and Connor Bruck had two hits to lead the Cyclones. 

NC: West Branch 19 Treynor 9 

West Branch scored 10 runs in the seventh to cruise away to the victory.

Kyle Christensen led the Cardinals with three hits while Nate McCombs and Ryan Bach had two hits each and Drew Petersen drove in two.

NC: Tri-Center 5 CAM 3 

Mason Rohatsch drove in two runs, and Kaleb Smith threw a complete game with five strikeouts and just one run allowed.

Kolby Nelson and Mitchell Williamson had two hits each for the Cougars. 

POI: Bedford 13 Lenox 1 

Brennan Sefrit gave up just one hit in five innings and struck out 10 to get the win. Dylan Swaney, Nick Whipple and Logan Bucher all had two hits for the Bulldogs.

Conner Fitzgerald had a hit and drove in a run for Lenox.

POI: Martensdale-St. Marys 4 Southeast Warren 3 

Martensdale-St. Marys clinched their 33rd conference championship with a three-run bottom of the seventh.

Tre Baker and Esa Johanson each hit home runs for the Blue Devils in teh win.

POI: Mount Ayr 3 Nodaway Valley 2 — 11 inn 

Cayden Lambert had a two-out hit in the bottom of the 11th to help Nodaway Valley get the walk-off win.

POI: Central Decatur 15 East Union 2 

Michel Evertsen had three hits, five RBI and two runs scored, and Hayden Leymaster added two hits, three RBI and four runs scored for the Cardinals.

NC: Ogden 4 Coon Rapids-Bayard 3 — 8 inn 

Ben Obert drove in two and Christian Cook had an Rbi single of his own to lead Coon Rapids-Bayard. Kade Schlepp struck out eight in five innings.


BASEBALL SCOREBOARD

Hawkeye Ten Conference 

Atlantic 3 Kuemper Catholic 2 — 10 inn

Lewis Central 9 Creston 1 (Game 1)

Lewis Central 10 Creston 6 (Game 2)

Pride of Iowa Conference 

Central Decatur 15 East Union 2

Bedford 13 Lenox 1

Martensdale-St. Marys 4 Southeast Warren 3

Mount Ayr 3 Nodaway Valley 2 — 11 inn

Bluegrass Conference 

Ankeny Christian 6 Seymour 2

Non-Conference  

Shenandoah 12 Fremont-Mills 1

Harlan 8 Des Moines Roosevelt 7

AHSTW 8 Sidney 1

West Branch 19 Treynor 9

Westwood 10 Logan-Magnolia 3

Tri-Center 5 CAM 3

Ogden 4 Coon Rapids-Bayard 3 — 8 inn

Sioux City North 8 Van Buren 6

Sioux City North 7 East Marshall 0

Sioux City West 7 Woodbury Central 1

Dowling Catholic 8 Abraham Lincoln 3

Sioux City East 7 Fort Dodge 2

ACGC 10 Orient-Macksburg 5

Lynnville-Sully at Moravia

KMAland Softball (7/5): Anderson, Klein lead Mount Ayr, Murray to nice wins

(KMAland) -- Lenox took down Bedford, Alexa Anderson had a huge day for Mount Ayr in a win, Bre Klein was huge in a big W for Murray and more from the night in KMAland softball.

NC: Carroll 4 Glenwood 1 

Braden Liddick had two hits, and Sydney Biermann struck out seven in six innings in the circle.

POI: Lenox 4 Bedford 1 

TJ Stoaks threw all seven innings, striking out 13 and allowing three hits and no earned runs to send the Tigers to the win.

Savanna Bond had six strikeouts and allowed just five hits for Bedford.

POI: Mount Ayr 10 Nodaway Valley 1 

Alexa Anderson went 4-for-4 with a home run, three RBI and three runs scored to lead Mount Ayr in the win. Addy Reynolds added two hits and two RBI, and Sam Stewart had three hits and scored three times.

Reagan Weinheimer, McKynli Newbury, Natalie Yonker and McKynna Newbury all hit safely for Nodaway Valley.

POI: Central Decatur 10 East Union 1

Eily Hall went 2-for-2 with two doubles and drove in four, and Alaina Applegate homered and drove in two to lead the Cardinals. Riley Bell struck out five and gave up just one hit in five innings.

POI: Southeast Warren 13 Martensdale-St. Marys 12 

Kaylee Tigner homered for Southeast Warren in the win.

NC: ACGC 14 West Harrison 4 

Sabrina Rife went 3-for-3 with two runs scored and an RBI, and Cheyanne Rife added two hits and an RBI to lead the Hawkeyes.

NC: Panorama 6 Exira/EHK 5 

Tatum Grubbs had two hits and two RBI, and Shay Burmeister, Kami Waymire and Lexi Madsen all had two hits apiece for the Spartans in the loss.

NC: Murray 6 Chariton 5 

Bre Klein went 4-for-4 with a home run to lead Murray in the tight win.


SOFTBALL SCOREBOARD

Pride of Iowa Conference 

Lenox 4 Bedford 1

Central Decatur 10 East Union 1

Southeast Warren 13 Martensdale-St. Marys 12

Mount Ayr 10 Nodaway Valley 1

Rolling Valley Conference 

Glidden-Ralston 8 CAM 7 (Game 1)

CAM 15 Glidden-Ralston 3 (Game 2)

Non-Conference 

Carroll 4 Glenwood 1

Harlan 2 Treynor 1

Atlantic 12 Thomas Jefferson 0

North Mahaska 3 Wayne 1

Panorama 6 Exira/EHK 5

ACGC 14 West Harrison 4

Fort Dodge 9 Sioux City North 1 (Game 1)

Fort Dodge 10 Sioux City North 1 (Game 2)

Davis County 7 Twin Cedars 3

West Burlington 10 Twin Cedars 0

Murray 6 Chariton 5

Dallas Center-Grimes Tournament 

Dallas Center-Grimes 13 Abraham Lincoln 1

Earlham 8 Abraham Lincoln 0

KMAland Softball (7/3): Creston, Shenandoah split wild DH, Treynor edges D-S

(KMAland) -- Creston and Shen split a wild doubleheader, Treynor edged D-S in a shortened game, Lenox routed Nod Valley, Klein threw another gem for Murray and more from the night in KMAland softball.

H-10: Creston 19 Shenandoah 16 (Game 1) 

H-10: Shenandoah 8 Creston 4 — 8 inn (Game 2)

Game 1: Creston scored 13 runs in the sixth inning to come back from a nine-run deficit. Gracie Hagle homered among two hits and drove in four runs while Neveah Randall and Emma Hanson added two hits and three RBI apiece. Peyton Rice had two hits and two RBI, and Sara Keeler added two safeties.

Shenandoah had 24 hits in the game, including four by Logan Hughes, who broke the school record for all-time hits. Hughes added three RBI and three runs scored. Courtnee Griffin was 3-for-5 with a home run, three RBI and two runs scored.

Natalie Gilbert pitched in two hits and three RBI, and Delanie Voshell, Cayley Lorimor, Nichole Gilbert and Alexis McGinnis all had three hits. Sidda Rodewald added two hits.

Game 2: Shenandoah bounced back for an extra-inning win behind two hits and two RBI each from Voshell and McGinnis. Sara Morales and Lorimor added two hits apiece, and Logan Hughes drove in two runs of her own. Voshell struck out five in eight innings of work to get the win.

Saige Rice led Creston with a home run among two hits and drove in two. Keeler and Hagle also had two hits apiece.

NC: Treynor 2 Denison-Schleswig 1 — 5 inn 

Sydni Huisman struck out 14 in a five-inning complete game cut short due to weather. Stella Umphreys and Bella Dingus had the RBI hits for Treynor.

NC: Bishop Garrigan 15 Kuemper Catholic 7  

Anna Wanninger had two hits and drove in three runs, and Kenzie Schon homered among two hits and drove in two. Kyndal Hilgenberg chipped in three hits while Alli Mertz added two and one RBI.

NC: Audubon 13 Griswold 1  

Sydney Beymer and Leah Subbert both went 2-for-2 while Gianna Knueven had a hit and four RBI to lead Audubon.

NC: IKM-Manning 5 CAM, Anita 2 

Bianca Cadwell struck out five and allowed just one earned run to get the win in the circle. Five Wolves hit safely at the plate.

NC: Missouri Valley 8 River Valley 5 

Carter Crispin, Ashlyn Cook and Julia Janssen all had two hits for Missouri Valley. Janssen drove in two, and Crispin, Cook and Payton Hilts scored twice each.

POI: Lenox 12 Nodaway Valley 2 

TJ Stoaks struck out seven and allowed just three hits for the Tigers in the win.  Camryn Douglas had a team-high three hits, drove in two and scored twice, and Cassidy Nelson had one hit, three RBI and two runs scored.

Kayla Yzaguirre, Morgan Parrish and Brooklynn Ecklin also had two hits each for the Tigers.

Lexi Shike singled in a run and scored a run for the Wolverines. McKynna Newbury and Corinne Bond also hit safely.

POI: Southeast Warren 15 Southwest Valley 2 

AJ Dorsey led Southeast Warren with three hits, four RBI and three runs scored, and MaKayla Ruble had two doubles, a single, two RBI and two runs scored.

Jordyn Figgins cracked a two-run home run for Southwest Valley in the loss.

BLUEGRASS: Murray 8 Seymour 1 

Bre Klein struck out 14 in a three-hit complete game and had three hits and two RBI at the plate. Hailey Chew added three hits of her own, and Bailey Frederick added two hits and two RBI.


SOFTBALL SCOREBOARD

Hawkeye Ten Conference 

Creston 19 Shenandoah 16 (Game 1)

Shenandoah 8 Creston 4 — 8 inn (Game 2)

Pride of Iowa Conference 

Wayne 12 Bedford 0

Lenox 12 Nodaway Valley 2

Southeast Warren 15 Southwest Valley 2

Bluegrass Conference

Murray 8 Seymour 1

Orient-Macksburg 12 Lamoni 0

Non-Conference 

Treynor 2 Denison-Schleswig 1 — 5 inn

Bishop Garrigan 15 Kuemper Catholic 7

Audubon 13 Griswold 1

IKM-Manning 5 CAM 2

Missouri Valley 8 River Valley 5

Centerville 6 Twin Cedars 2

KMAland Baseball (7/1): LC clinches share of H-10 title

(KMAland) -- T-C out-homered Shenandoah, Van Ness homered again in Glenwood win, LC clinched a share of the H-10, Underwood took down St. Albert, ESP nabbed their first win, Treynor split with SCC & more from KMAland baseball on Monday.

NC: Tri-Center 15 Shenandoah 5  

Trent Kozeal went 3-for-4 with a home run, a double and five RBI to lead Tri-Center, Jaxon Johnson also went deep among two hits and drove in two, and Trevor Nelson had two hits and three RBI. Mason Rohatsch struck out seven in five innings to get the win.

Austin Herold hit a grand slam home run for Shenandoah. 

H-10: Creston 10 Clarinda 6 

Logan Green and Kam Fulk had two hits each with Green driving in three and Full one to lead the Clarinda offense in the loss.

H-10: Lewis Central 16 Red Oak 6 

Jake Powell homered and drove in three, and Easton Dermody and Bryson Sharon had three hits and three RBI each as Lewis Central clinched at least a share of the Hawkeye Ten championship. 

Johnathan Hemmingsen had two hits, three RBI and three runs scored, and Alex Watson added two hits, two RBI and three runs for the Titans offense, which had 15 hits. Nolan Miller also had a pair of base knocks.

Dawson Bond and Cameron Vanderhoof had two hits and an RBI each to lead Red Oak.

H-10: Glenwood 6 Atlantic 2 

Cade Van Ness hit his 10th home run among two hits and drove in two to lead Glenwood. Eli Bales had three hits and an RBI, and Ethan Fisher chipped in two hits and a run scored for the Rams.

Colton Schutte struck out 10 in five one-hit innings to get the win. Van Ness struck out six batters in two innings to finish it.

H-10: Harlan 12 Lewis Central 6

Connor Bruck and Luke Schaben each homered among three hits each and drove in four runs apiece to lead the Harlan onslaught. Derec Weyer also had three hits and two RBI, and Joey Moser and Brett Sears finished with two knocks apiece for the Cyclones.

Bruck was the winning pitcher with six strikeouts in six innings, allowing two runs on five hits.

Alex Watson led Lewis Central with two hits while Easton Dermody drove in two runs for the Titans in the loss.

NC: Underwood 11 St. Albert 5

Tyler Boothby went 4-for-4 with four RBI to lead Underwood, which scored seven runs in the second inning.

Blake Hall added two hits and three RBI, and Kyler Rodenburg had a multi-hit game as well for the Eagles.

Ryan Genereux had two hits and drove in a run for the Falcons.

NC: Denison-Schleswig 8 IKM-Manning 2 

Evan Turin led Denison-Schleswigh two hits and two RBI, and Jaden Petersen finished with two hits, an RBI and two runs scored for the Monarchs. Dawson Dorhout struck out 10 in six innings to get the win on the mound.

Dane Blom had an RBI for IKM-Manning.

CORNER: Essex/South Page 9 Griswold 5 

Daniel Ohnmacht threw a complete game for Essex/South Page in the win. Tucker Hadden drove in four runs and Colton Thornburg had three RBI.

Josh Brownlee was 3-for-3 with two runs scored, and Derek Mueller, Brendan Atkinson and Kamron Brownlee all added two hits each for the Tigers. Atkinson drove in a team-high two runs.

CORNER: Fremont-Mills 14 East Mills 12 

Isaac Bateman had two hits and five RBI to lead Fremont-Mills in a 13-hit attack. Jacob Jenkerson added two hits and two RBI, and James Switzer, Dylan Chambers and Seth Malcom also had two hits each.

Colton Hauschild finished with a double and two RBI for the Knights in teh victory.

Nic Duysen had two hits and three RBI as the leading hitter for East Mills. Michael Schafer and Trevor Glockel also drove in two runs, and Jack Anderson had two hits and two runs scored for the Wolverines.

NC: Treynor 7 South Central Calhoun 4 (Game 1) 

NC: South Central Calhoun 17 Treynor 12 (Game 2)

Game 1: Kristian Martens had two hits and drove in four, and Jaxon Schumacher had two hits and two RBI to back up his five-inning, seven-strikeout performance on the mound. Schumacher gave up one unearned run on five hits and two walks.

AJ Schiltz came on for the final four outs, striking out two and not allowing a baserunner in picking up the save.

NC: Audubon 4 Southwest Valley 0 

Skyler Schultes threw seven shutout innings and struck out six while allowing just three runs and a walk in a complete game gem.

Marcus Olsen was 3-for-4 with two RBI, and Joel Klocke had two hits and an RBI to lead the Wheeler bats.

Brendan Knapp had two hits for Southwest Valley.

NC: Boyer Valley 16 Riverside 1 

Jaidan TenEyck had three hits, including two doubles, drove in a run and scored twice to lead the Bulldogs. Conlan Petersen added two hits and drove in a run.

NC: Coon Rapids-Bayard 5 Nodaway Valley 1 

Peyton Clipperton doubled twice and drove in a run, and Quentin Culbertson added two hits and an RBI for the Crusaders. Josh Ramirez also had two hits for CRB.

Christian Cook and Kade Schlepp combined to allow just three hits and strike out nine on the mound.

Hunter Ernst led Nodaway Valley with two hits and scored the team’s lone run.

NC: Martensdale-St. Marys 11 HLV 3 

Carson Elberg, Trey Baker and Cael Cassady had two hits each, and Baker and Cassady drove in a pair of runs apiece for the Blue Devils.

NC: Southeast Warren 12 Mormon Trail 0 

Kaleb Bauer and Colby Page each hit home runs for the Warhawks, combining on five hits, four runs scored and four RBI. Tanner Dierking added two hits and three RBI behind the solid pitching of Mason Merfeld, who threw five three-hit innings, striking out eight and allowing no runs.

NC: Interstate 35 12 Central Decatur 8 

David Walker had two hits and two RBI for Central Decatur, and Devin Adams finished with two hits and an RBI of his own in the Cardinals loss.

NC: Wayne 21 Moulton-Udell 6 

Brooks Jacobsen hit his first home run of the season for Wayne in the win.

NC: Woodward-Granger 11 CAM 6 

Kolby Nelson had two hits and Isaac Bower drove in a pair of runs for CAM in the loss. Lane Spieker added a home run and scored twice.

NC: Ar-We-Va 4 East Sac County 2 

Keegan Simons and Drew Schurke had two hits and an RBI each for the Rockets in the win.

NC: West Harrison 13 Whiting 0 

Grant Gilgen and Nick Rife had three hits each to lead a 15-hit attack. Mason King, Tyler Melby and Sage Evans also had two hits each.

NC: Exira/EHK 24 Orient-Macksburg 3 

Tyler Petersen and Josh Pettepier had three hits each and combined to scored seven times and drive in seven runs for the Spartans. Anthony Kingery added three singles and five RBI, and Cole Burmeister, Dane Paulsen and Trey Petersen all had two hits each.

BLUEGRASS: Murray 8 Melcher-Dallas 0 

Reece Held struck out 15 on the mound and had two doubles and an RBI at the plate.


BASEBALL SCOREBOARD

Hawkeye Ten Conference 

Creston 10 Clarinda 6

Glenwood 6 Atlantic 2

Harlan 12 Lewis Central 6

Lewis Central 16 Red Oak 6

Corner Conference 

Essex/South Page 9 Griswold 5

Stanton 13 Sidney 6 **Stanton clinched Corner Conference regular season title

Fremont-Mills 14 East Mills 12

Missouri River Conference 

Sioux City East 12 Thomas Jefferson 1 (Game 1)

Sioux City East 13 Thomas Jefferson 2 (Game 2)

Bluegrass Conference 

Murray 8 Melcher-Dallas 0

Non-Conference  

Tri-Center 15 Shenandoah 5

Underwood 11 St. Albert 5

Denison-Schleswig 8 IKM-Manning 2

Treynor 7 South Central Calhoun 4 (Game 1)

South Central Calhoun 17 Treynor 12 (Game 2) 

Audubon 4 Southwest Valley 0

Boyer Valley 16 Riverside 1

Southeast Warren 12 Mormon Trail 0

Interstate 35 12 Central Decatur 8

Martensdale-St. Marys 11 HLV 3

Wayne 21 Moulton-Udell 6

Coon Rapids-Bayard 5 Nodaway Valley 1

Ar-We-Va 4 East Sac County 2

Woodward-Granger 11 CAM 6

Exira/EHK 24 Orient-Macksburg 3

West Harrison 13 Whiting 0

Abraham Lincoln at Le Mars

Ballard 5 Bishop Heelan Catholic 4 (Game 1)

Ballard 5 Bishop Heelan Catholic 4 (Game 2)

New London 12 Moravia 0

KMAland Softball (7/1): Lenox, Mount Ayr, Atlantic all win twice on Monday

(KMAland) -- Shenandoah & Clarinda posted shutout wins, Atlantic swept Red Oak, Creston walked off LC, Sidney took down Stanton, Riverside shut out Underwood, Lenox won twice, Mt Ayr swept Bedford & much more from KMAland softball.

NC: Shenandoah 17 Tri-Center 0 

Alexis McGinnis and Natalie Gilbert drove in four runs each and combined on five hits and four runs scored to lead Shenandoah.

Delanie Voshell went all three innings, struck out five and allowed just two hits in the circle. She also had two RBI on the night. Sara Morales drove in two of her own while Nichole Gilbert, Logan Hughes and Lydia Morales scored three runs each.

Jade Daughenbaugh and Grace Porter had the only hits for Tri-Center.

NC: Clarinda 10 Southwest Valley 0 

Kennedy Reed went 3-for-4 with two RBI, and Bryn Morgenstern and Jordyn McQueen added two hits apiece for the Carindals. Aliyah St. Romain drove in two runs while Aziah Smalley struck out nine in a complete game one-hit shutout.

Isabell Inman had the only hit of the night for the Timberwolves.

H-10: Atlantic 7 Red Oak 3 (Game 1)

H-10: Atlantic 3 Red Oak 1 (Game 2) 

Game 1: Olivia Engler struck out seven and allowed three unearned runs for Atlantic. She had two hits at the plate while Alyssa Derby finished with two hits, two RBI and two runs scored, and McKenzie Waters added two hits and two RBI.

Chloe Johnson had a double, an RBI and a run scored, and Lexi Johnson added a double and two RBI for the Tigers.

Game 2: Lexi Johnson added another two hits for Red Oak, and Kyndal Kells drove in the lone run with a double.

H-10: Creston 8 Lewis Central 7  

Neveah Randall went 4-for-4 with a double, a home run and three RBI to lead Creston in the win. Gracie Hagle also went deep, and Sara Keeler added two doubles and three RBI for the Panthers, which won on a walk-off passed ball that scored Randall.

NC: Harlan 4 Bishop Heelan Catholic 2 — 8 inn 

Aurora Miller had a leadoff hit and came around to score the go-ahead run in the eighth inning on an RBI by Morgan Schaben.

CORNER: Sidney 12 Stanton 5 

Sidney had 15 hits, including three each for Sidnie Baier, Danica Laumann and Faith Brumbaugh.

Marleigh Johnson had two hits and drove in a run, and Devin Isaacson had a single and two RBI for Stanton in the defeat.

WIC: AHSTW 4 Logan-Magnolia 3 

Madison Thornton went all seven innings, scattering seven hits and allowing three runs to get the win. Kailey Jones had three hits and drove in a run for the Lady Vikes on offense.

WIC: Riverside 5 Underwood 0 

Ari McGlade doubled in a run and scored once, and Jadyn Achenabach added a double and a run scored for Riverside. Kenna Ford worked the complete game shutout.

Ashley Vanfossan had a double for Underwood in the loss.

NC: Audubon 12 Glidden-Ralston 7 

Talia Schon, Morgan Koehler, Macy Snyder and Vanessa Koehler all had three hits each for Glidden-Ralston while Tianna Janssen and Jessica Eighmy had two apiece.

POI: Lenox 11 Southwest Valley 0 

TJ Stoaks allowed just one hit and struck out five in a five-inning complete game shutout. Camryn Douglas led the offense with a pair of hits.

POI: Mount Ayr 15 Bedford 3 (Game 1)

POI: Mount Ayr 11 Bedford 1 (Game 2)  

Game 1: Alex Anderson homered among two hits while Payten Lambert had a hit and drove in two. Rachael Sobotka also had two hits in the win.

Game 2: Caroline McAlexander and Abbigail Barnes each hit home runs for the Raiderettes in a 13-hit attack. Sam Stewart had three hits and three RBI, and Barnes finished with two hits and three RBI. Halsie Barnes also had two hits and two RBI.

McAlexander struck out five and gave up just one hit in six innings to pick up the win.

NC: Lenox 4 CAM 1 

McKinnia Hogan and Morgan Parrish each had two hits for Lenox while TJ Stoaks allowed just two hits and struck out 17 for the Tigers.

NC: Bedford 5 Orient-Macksburg 3 

Savanna Bond struck out seven in the circle to get the win and finished with two hits and two RBI at the plate. Makinna Russell went 4-for-4 with a double, an RBI and two runs scored.

NC: Grand View Christian 4 Nodaway Valley 2 

Corinne Bond had an RBI single, and Lexi Shike, Reagan Weinheimer, Maddax DeVault, McKynlli Newbury, Natalie Yonker and Erin Rhoads all added hits for the Wolverines.

NC: Central Decatur 6 Interstate 35 2 

Kylee Rockhold led Central Decatur with three hits and an RBI, and Maizee Lindsey and Carlee Hamilton each drove in two runs. Rockhold struck out 10 and allowed just two hits in a complete game effort.

NC: Southeast Warren 3 Colo-Nesco 2 

Alivia Ruble had two doubles and drove in a run at the plate. She also threw all seven innings, scattering five hits and giving up just two runs to get the win for Southeast Warren.

RVC: Exira/EHK 3 Ar-We-Va 0 

Macy Emgarten struck out 11 and scattered six hits in a complete game shutout performance for the Spartans.

Kami Waymir was 2-for-3 with a double while Shay Burmeister added a pair of hits and Tatum Grubbs drove in two.

NC: West Harrison 13 Whiting 0 

Cheyanne Rife had two hits, two RBI and two runs scored, Sabrina Rife drove in two runs and Haleigh Rife had two hits and an RBI for West Harrison.

Emily McIntosh gave up just two hits and struck out six in three innings pitched.

MRC: Sioux City East 16 Thomas Jefferson 4 

Chloe Kramer hit two home runs on a three-hit, five-RBI night for Sioux City East.

Hannah Belt drove in two runs for Thomas Jefferson in the loss.

BLUEGRASS: Murray 6 Melcher-Dallas 1 

Breianna Klein and Teryn Shields each hit home runs for Murray in a key Bluegrass Conference win.


SOFTBALL SCOREBOARD

Hawkeye Ten Conference

Atlantic 7 Red Oak 3 (Game 1)

Atlantic 3 Red Oak 1 (Game 2)

Creston 8 Lewis Central 7 

Corner Conference 

Fremont-Mills 7 East Mills 1

Sidney 12 Stanton 5

Western Iowa Conference 

Riverside 5 Underwood 0

AHSTW 4 Logan-Magnolia 3

Pride of Iowa Conference 

Lenox 11 Southwest Valley 0

Mount Ayr 15 Bedford 3 (Game 1)

Mount Ayr 11 Bedford 1 (Game 2)

Rolling Valley Conference 

Exira/EHK 3 Ar-We-Va 0

Missouri River Conference 

Sioux City East 16 Thomas Jefferson 4

Bluegrass Conference 

Murray 6 Melcher-Dallas 1

Non-Conference  

Shenandoah 17 Tri-Center 0

Clarinda 10 Southwest Valley 0

Harlan 4 Bishop Heelan Catholic 2 — 8 inn

West Monona 12 St. Albert 0

Audubon 12 Glidden-Ralston 7

Lenox 4 CAM 1

Bedford 5 Orient-Macksburg 3

Albia 10 Wayne 0

Southeast Warren 3 Colo-Nesco 2

Central Decatur 6 Interstate 35 2

Grand View Christian 4 Nodaway Valley 2

West Harrison 13 Whiting 0

Abraham Lincoln at Le Mars

River Valley 10 Sioux City West 0

Sergeant Bluff-Luton 13 Woodbury Central 3

Sioux City North 6 Lawton-Bronson 0

Twin Cedars 8 West Marshall 5

Belle Plaine 6 Twin Cedars 3

KMAland Baseball (6/29): AL, Exira/EHK, Treynor all nab wins on Saturday

(KMAland) -- AL edged past St. Albert, SC East beat LC, Exira/EHK took down Griswold, Treynor shutout Creston & more from the day in KMAland baseball.

NC: Abraham Lincoln 4 St. Albert 3: Lance Wright and Bennett Heisterkamp joined Brendan Monahan with two hits each for St. Albert. Wright and Heisterkamp each drove in a run.

Abraham Lincoln scored runs in the second and third and two in the fourth to make up the difference in the game.

NC: Sioux City East 5 Lewis Central 3: Sioux City East score twice in the sixth inning to edge past Lewis Central.

Jake Powell, Bryson Sharon and Johnathan Hemmingsen all had two hits apiece for Lewis Central.

NC: Exira/EHK 7 Griswold 2: Exira/EHK had three in the first and four in the fifth on their way to the win.

Griswold’s Derek Mueller homered for the first time this season, and Colton Turner had two hits and drove in a run.

TREYNOR TRIANGULAR 

Treynor 7 Creston 0: Drew Petersen threw seven innings, struck out 12 and allowed just three hits in a complete game shutout.

Jaxon Schumacher and Petersen each drove in one run for the Cardinals, which finished with just four hits and seven walks.

MARTENSDALE-ST. MARYS TRIANGULAR 

Martensdale-St. Marys 13 Lynnville-Sully 3: Cole Cassady had two hits and two RBI, and Kasey Carter added two hits and three RBI for the Blue Devils in the win.

Martensdale-St. Marys 11 Mormon Trail 1: Jack Franey had two hits and Trey baker added two hits and two RBI. Cael Cassady also had two hits and scored twice.


BASEBALL SCOREBOARD

Non-Conference 

Abraham Lincoln 4 St. Albert 3

Sioux City East 5 Lewis Central 3

Exira/EHK 7 Griswold 2 

Clarke 17 Bedford 0

West Harrison 13 Westwood 9

Sioux City North 7 Le Mars 3

Treynor Triangular 

Treynor 7 Creston 0 

Sioux City West 11 Creston 4

Martensdale-St. Marys Triangular 

Martensdale-St. Marys 11 Mormon Trail 1

Mormon Trail vs. Lynnville-Sully

Martensdale-St. Marys 13 Lynnville-Sully 3

Waterloo Bucks Tournament 

Davenport North 13 Ankeny Christian Academy 2

Ankeny Christian Academy vs. Columbus Catholic

KMAland Softball (6/29): Harlan clinches H-10, Treynor goes 3-0, Mount Ayr rallies to win home title

(KMAland) -- Harlan clinched the Hawkeye Ten, Treynor had a great 3-0 day in Storm Lake, Mount Ayr won their home tournament with a late rally and more from the day in KMAland softball.

H-10: Harlan 14 St. Albert 0: Morgan Schaben smacked her ninth home run and drove in two while Julia Schechinger went 2-for-2 with a double and her third home run fo the season to lead the Cyclones to a Hawkeye Ten-clinching victory.

Aurora Miller, Tianna Kasperbauer and Schechinger all had two RBI each while Schaben tossed another no-hitter with nine strikeouts. 

NC: Thomas Jefferson 12 Lewis Central 6 — 8 inn 

Caitlyn Jones went 4-for-5 at the plate and only allowed two earned runs in the circle for the Yellow Jackets. Lexi Smith drove in three runs in the win.

NC: Exira/EHK 15 Audubon 1 

Tatum Grubbs went 3-for-4 with a triple, four RBI and two runs scored to lead Exira/EHK int eh win. Kami Waymire added three hits and two RBI, and Mollie Rasmussen pitched in two hits and two RBI.

Lexi Madsen had two hits and scored four times, and Makenzie Riley doubled and drove in three. Shay Burmeister added two hits and scored twice. Macy Emgarten went all five innings, struck out three and allowed just two hits to get the win.

TIGER-KNIGHT INVITATIONAL 

Carroll 1 Kuemper Catholic 0: Isabel Schwabe, Jordan Schwabe, Kamryn Venner and Brianna Lux were the only players with hits for Kuemper.

Kuemper Catholic 1 Sioux City West 0: Kamryn Venner struck out five and gave up just one hit in five scoreless innings. Carlee Carpenter followed with two scoreless frames in the Kuemper win.  Alli Mertz went 2-for-3 and scored the only run of the game.

Gilbert 13 Kuemper Catholic 5: Isabel Schwabe drove in two runs for the Knights in the third place game of the tournament.

STORM LAKE TOURNAMENT 

Treynor 1 Sergeant Bluff-Luton 0: Sydni Huisman struck out 18 in a no-hitter while Reagan Darrah hit the game-winning sacrifice fly in the sixth inning to lead Treynor.

Treynor 3 Sioux City North 0: Huisman had another 10 strikeouts and allowed just two hits while Bella Dingus and Stella Umphreys had two hits each for the Cardinals. 

Treynor 3 Kingsley-Pierson 0: Konnor Sudmann and Bella Dingus had two hits, and Huisman struck out eight more to finish the day with 24 scoreless innings.

MOUNT AYR CLASSIC

The Mount Ayr softball team rallied for an 11-10 time-shortened win over Lenox on Saturday to win their home tournament.

The Raiderettes beat Murray in the semifinals while Lenox edged past Wayne. Wayne later beat Murray for third place while Centerville won fifth place over Martensdale-St. Marys and Bedford dropped the seventh place game to Orient-Macksburg.

Mount Ayr 11 Lenox 10: Alexa Anderson, Abigail Barnes, Rachael Sobotka, Channler Henle and Payten Lambert all had two hits for the Raiderettes. 

Lenox 3 Wayne 2: Cassidy Nelson had two hits, and TJ Stoaks struck out six and allowed just four hits for the Tigers.

View the scores in the scoreboard below.


SOFTBALL SCOREBOARD

Hawkeye Ten Conference 

Harlan 14 St. Albert 0

Non-Conference 

Thomas Jefferson 12 Lewis Central 6 — 8 inn

Exira/EHK 15 Audubon 1

Tiger-Knight Tournament (at Carroll) 

Carroll 1 Kuemper Catholic 0

Atlantic 22 East Sac County 3

Kuemper Catholic 1 Sioux City West 0

Carroll 11 Sioux City West 1

Atlantic 7 Gilbert 6

3rd Place: Gilbert 13 Kuemper Catholic 5

Storm Lake Tournament  

Treynor 1 Sergeant Bluff-Luton 0 

Sioux City East 11 Kingsley-Pierson 2

Alta-Aurelia 7 Sioux City North 0

Ridge View 3 Sioux City East 2

West Monona 6 Bishop Heelan Catholic 1

Newell-Fonda 15 Sergeant Bluff-Luton 2

Treynor 3 Sioux City North 0

Sioux City East 4 Cherokee 2

Treynor 3 Kingsley-Pierson 0

Sioux City North 3 Akron-Westfield 1

Sergeant Bluff-Luton 8 Ridge View 5

Mount Ayr Classic 

Consolation: Centerville 9 Bedford 0

Consolation: Martensdale-St. Marys 12 Orient-Macksburg 0

7th Place: Orient-Macksburg 15 Bedford 6

5th Place: Centerville 4 Martensdale-St. Marys 0

Semifinal: Lenox 3 Wayne 2

Semifinal: Mount Ayr 6 Murray 3 

3rd Place: Wayne 4 Murray 3

Championship: Mount Ayr 11 Lenox 10

North Mahaska Tournament 

Cardinal 3 Moravia 2

North Mahaska 4 Moravia 2

KMAland Baseball (6/28): F-M, Treynor, CRB win conference titles - Nod Valley springs upset

(KMAland) -- Fremont-Mills rallied to win the Corner, Treynor rolled to a WIC championship, Nodaway Valley upset undefeated SE Warren, CRB clinched the RVC title & more from the night in KMAland baseball.

H-10: Atlantic 4 Shenandoah 1 

Atlantic made the most of their three hits on the night. Brody O’Brien drove in two runs and scored once, and Ethan Sturm had an RBI hit for the Trojans.

AJ Herold homered for the third time this season to account for Shenandoah’s lone run. Cain Lorimor had two hits while Braden Knight, Blake Doyle and Blake Herold all had one hit each.

H-10: St. Albert 10 Red Oak 0

Ethan Bernard was a perfect 4-for-4 with two RBI and a run scored to lead St. Albert. Ryan Genereux and Jeff Miller added two hits each, and Lance Wright drove in two.

Red Oak managed just one hit off Lance Wright (4 IP) and Luke Hubbard (2 IP). Mitch Johnson was the only Tiger to hit safely.

CCT: Fremont-Mills 7 Stanton 5 

Fremont-Mills put up six runs in the seventh with two outs. The last two scored on a two-run triple by Seth Malcom - the only hit of the inning. Isaac Bateman was 3-for-3 with a walk for the Knights.

Stanton’s Donnie Weis threw 6 2/3 innings before leaving due to pitch count rules.

WICT Championship: Treynor 10 Tri-Center 0  

Will Halverson had three hits, an RBI and scored twice, and Kyle Christensen and Brendan Dingus added a pair of hits. Jaxon Schumacher had one hit but drove in three.

Kristian Martens threw the first two innings before AJ Schiltz went the last four with four strikeouts for the Cardinals, which scored seven in the sixth inning to finish the game.

WICT Third Place: Underwood 8 Logan-Magnolia 0 

Zach Teten tossed a four-hit complete game shutout for Underwood.  Nick Ravlin had two hits while Tyler Boothby and Drake Adair drove in two runs each.

Joe Hedger led Logan-Magnolia with two hits.

POI: Martensdale-St. Marys 15 Bedford 1 

Martensdale-St. Marys scored nine runs in the fourth and five more in the fifth to break open a 1-1 game. Esa Johanson led the offense with three hits and four RBI, and Carson Elbert went 2-for-2 with a triple, three RBI and two runs scored.

Johanson struck out seven and gave up just one run on four hits in 4 2/3 innings in MSTM’s 19th straight win.

POI: Mount Ayr 6 Central Decatur 0 

Briar Knapp threw a complete game two-hit shutout with 10 strikeouts for Mount Ayr. Cayden Lambert added two hits and two RBI, and Kolben Klommhaus had a double and two RBI to lead the offense.

Michel Evertsen and TJ Fallis had one hit each for the Cardinals.

POI: Wayne 7 Lenox 5 

Brad Larson had two hits and an RBI for Lenox in the defeat. Johnathan Weaver added a double and a run scored.

POI: Nodaway Valley 5 Southeast Warren 4 

Nodaway Valley upset Class 1A No. 2 Southeast Warren and handed the Warhawks their first loss on a walk-off passed ball.

Caelen DeVault had two hits and two RBI, and Tyler Vandewater went 2-for-2 with two walks and two runs scored. Evan Forcht chipped in two hits and an RBI, and Cole Shike added two hits. 

DeVault threw five innings, struck out four and gave up just three hits while, Brady Hilpipre got the win with the final two innings pitched.

Colby Page blasted a two-run home run for Southeast Warren in the defeat.

POI: Southwest Valley 11 East Union 1 

Aiden Gaule threw all five innings, allowing one run on three hits with three strikeouts.

Tyler Pearson was 2-for-3 with an RBI to lead teh offense. Scotty Adcock added a hit and two RBI.

RVC: Exira/EHK 18 Glidden-Ralston 3 

Trey Nelson and Dane Paulsen had three hits each, and Josh Pettepier and Hunter Andersen drove in three runs each for Exira/EHK. Dawson Carey added two doubles, three RBI and three runs scored in the rout.

Grant Borkowski had two hits and an RBI for Glidden-Ralston. 

RVC: Coon Rapids-Bayard 8 West Harrison 2 

The Crusaders clinched the Rolling Valley Conference championship with a perfect league mark.

Quentin Culbertson threw five innings and Kade Schlepp tossed the last two. Ben Obert drove in a run and had two hits, and Christian Cook added two hits. Peyton Clipperton pitched in two hits and an RBI.

RVC: Ar-We-Va 6 Woodbine 5 — 9 inn 

Ar-We-Va scored two in the sixth and one in the seventh to force extra innings where they walked off a winner in the bottom of the ninth.

Drew Schurke threw five shutout innings in relief, striking out four and not allowing a hit. Damon Ehlers had a home run among three hits to lead the Rockets offense while Henry Segebart and Derek Oeser added two hits each.

Woodbine’s Tyler Coberly had a triple among two hits and scored twice. Layne Pryor, Brandon Bantam and Erik Gau drove in one run each.

RVC: CAM 14 Boyer Valley 4 

Cade Ticknor was 2-for-4 with a home run, and Colby Rich, Isaac Bower and Ben Tibken all had two RBI for CAM.

Conlan Petersen and Dylan Berens had two hits each for Boyer Valley in the defeat.

BLUEGRASS: Murray 10 Moulton-Udell 4 

Brycen Wookey helped himself with two hits, an RBI and three runs scored on his way to nabbing the win on the mound.


BASEBALL SCOREBOARD

Hawkeye Ten Conference 

Atlantic 4 Shenandoah 1

St. Albert 10 Red Oak 0

Lewis Central 10 Glenwood 3

Corner Conference Tournament (at Sidney)

Fremont-Mills 7 Stanton 5

Western Iowa Conference Tournament (at Oakland) 

Third Place: Underwood 8 Logan-Magnolia 0

Championship: Treynor 10 Tri-Center 0 

Pride of Iowa Conference 

Martensdale-St. Marys 15 Bedford 1

Mount Ayr 6 Central Decatur 0

Wayne 7 Lenox 5

Nodaway Valley 5 Southeast Warren 4

Southwest Valley 11 East Union 1

Rolling Valley Conference 

Exira/EHK 18 Glidden-Ralston 3

CAM 14 Boyer Valley 4

Coon Rapids-Bayard 8 West Harrison 2

Ar-We-Va 6 Woodbine 5 — 9 inn

Bluegrass Conference 

Mormon Trail 12 Orient-Macksburg 2

Lamoni at Twin Cedars

Murray 10 Moulton-Udell 4

Moravia at Seymour 

Non-Conference 

Alta-Aurelia 6 Sioux City West 1

KMAland Softball (6/28): Sidney takes another Corner softball title

(KMAland) -- Biermann’s blast lifted Glenwood, Sidney won the Corner title, Lenox shut out Wayne, West Harrison won again, Woodbine edged AWV & more from the night in KMAland softball.

H-10: Red Oak 4 Kuemper Catholic 3 (Game 1)

H-10: Kuemper Catholic 12 Red Oak 2 -- 5 inn (Game 2) 

Game 1: Kyndal Hilgenberg went 4-for-4 to lead Kuemper Catholic in the tight loss.

Game 2: Hilgenberg added three more hits while Alli Mertz had a hit and drove in two, and Jordan Schwabe went 2-for-2 with a double and two RBI.

H-10: Glenwood 6 Lewis Central 3 

Sydney Biermann blasted a three-run go-ahead home run in the seventh inning and teamed with Brianna Gerhardt to strike out nine Titans.

H-10: Denison-Schleswig 13 St. Albert 1 (Game 1)

H-10: Denison-Schleswig 17 St. Albert 1 (Game 2) 

Game 1: Sarah Heilesen struck out 13 and didn’t allow a single hit in a six-inning no-hitter.  Alex Mohr doubled in two runs while Kailey Pick and Payton Goslar added three hits each and combined to drive in five.

Game 2: Heilesen and Hannah Slater each hit home runs in the win. Slater also singled, doubled and drove in four totals. Mohr and Kayla Rauch finished with three hits and two RBI behind Cambri Brodersen, who gave up just two hits.

CCT: Sidney 11 Fremont-Mills 6 

Sidney trailed 3-0 in the fifth when they scored eight runs, which was headed by a bases loaded double by Jolie Sheldon. Sheldon finished with three hits on the night.

Myrna Rodriguez, Makenna Laumann and Danica Laumann also added RBI singles in the inning for the Cowgirls, which got 6 2/3 innings the circle from Camryan McClintock and won their third straight Corner Conference Tournament.

Tori Kilpatrick and Taylor Morgan had two hits apiece for the Lady Knights. 

WIC: Missouri Valley 13 Tri-Center 1

Maddy Lager had two hits and drove in three, and Ashlyn Cook pitched in a hit, three RBI and two runs scored for Missouri Valley. Julia Janssen allowed just two hits in three innings to get the win.

POI: Lenox 1 Wayne 0 

Lenox walked off a winner, scoring the lone run of the game in the bottom of the seventh. Kayla Yzaguirre and Lauren Christensen each had hits for the Tigers.

TJ Stoaks scattered five Wayne hits and struck out eight in the complete game shutout gem.

Sterling Berndt struck out seven and gave up just two hits for Wayne. Maddy Wood had two hits for the Falcons.

POI: Southeast Warren 4 Nodaway Valley 1

Alivia Ruble struck out six and gave up just one run on six hits in seven innings of work for Southeast Warren. Brooklynn Page, Josie Hartman, A.J. Dorsey and Kaylee Tignor had two hits each for the Warhawks.

Maddax DeVault drove in the lone run of the game for Nodaway Valley. Reagan Weinheimer, Alyssa Davis, Natalie Yonker, McKynna Newbury and Corinne Bond also hit safely for the Wolverines. 

RVC: West Harrison 6 Coon Rapids-Bayard 0 

Cheyanne Rife and Chloe Gilgen had two hits and two RBI, and Kali Peasley finished with a pair of hits and an RBI in the win for West Harrison. Emily McIntosh struck out five and gave up four hits in a complete game shutout.

RVC: Woodbine 4 Ar-We-Va 3 

Brianna Baker was 3-for-4 with an RBI to lead Woodbine in the tight win. Ana Vazquez also had a hit and scored a run.

Maci Ruch and Maggie Ragaller had two hits and an RBI each for the Rockets.

RVC: Exira/EHK 13 Glidden-Ralston 1 

Lexi Madsen, Ashley Hansen and Macy Emgarten all had two hits each for Exira/EHK. Madsen and Hansen had two RBI, and Mollie Rasmussen drove in three.

Emgarten gave up just two hits and struck out seven in the six-inning win.

BLUEGRASS: Murray 14 Moulton-Udell 0 

Bre Klein and Bailey Frederick combined on the no-hitter for Murray, which had nine different players scored and six with RBI. The Mustangs have won 13 straight.

BLUEGRASS: Twin Cedars 13 Lamoni 1 

Twin Cedars had 13 hits, including three from Ali Mockenhaupt. Caitlyn Reed drove in three, and Rylee Dunkin, Grace Bailey and Chloe Durian drove in two each.


SOFTBALL SCOREBOARD

Hawkeye Ten Conference  

Red Oak 4 Kuemper Catholic 3 (Game 1)

Kuemper Catholic 12 Red Oak 2 -- 5 inn (Game 2)

Denison-Schleswig 13 St. Albert 1 (Game 1)

Denison-Schleswig 17 St. Albert 1 (Game 2)

Glenwood 6 Lewis Central 3

Corner Conference Tournament (at Sidney)

Sidney 11 Fremont-Mills 6

Western Iowa Conference 

Missouri Valley 13 Tri-Center 1

Pride of Iowa Conference 

Martensdale-St. Marys 16 Bedford 8

Mount Ayr 10 Central Decatur 0

Lenox 1 Wayne 0

Southeast Warren 4 Nodaway Valley 1

East Union 12 Southwest Valley 9

Rolling Valley Conference 

Exira/EHK 13 Glidden-Ralston 1

CAM 14 Boyer Valley 4

West Harrison 6 Coon Rapids-Bayard 0

Woodbine 4 Ar-We-Va 3

Bluegrass Conference 

Melcher-Dallas 12 Diagonal 0

Orient-Macksburg 13 Mormon Trail 3

Moravia at Seymour

Twin Cedars 13 Lamoni 1

Murray 14 Moulton-Udell 0

Non-Conference 

Westwood 13 Sioux City West 0

KMAland Baseball (6/27): Fremont-Mills, Stanton round 3 set for Friday

(KMAland) -- Big sweeps for Glenwood & Harlan & wins for Kuemper, St. Albert & Creston in the H-10, Stanton will meet F-M for the Corner title, AL and SBL split, CAM edged Bedford and more from the night in KMAland baseball.

H-10: Kuemper Catholic 9 Shenandoah 5 

Jake Hugeback, Austin Tigges, Kyle Feauto and Chole Uhlenkamp all had two hits each for Kuemper Catholic.

AJ Herold homered, drove in two and scored twice for Shenandoah. Anthony Stogdill added two hits and an RBI, and Braden Knight went 1-for-2 with two runs scored.

H-10: St. Albert 2 Clarinda 0 

Ethan Bernard struck out five and threw a complete game one-hit shutout for St. Albert. Clarinda’s Jakob Childs also threw six strong frames, allowing just two runs on three hits while striking out four.

The St. Albert offense was led by Ryan Genereux, who had one hit and one RBI. Issac Sherrill also drove in a run for the Falcons.

Tadyn Brown had the only Clarinda hit.

H-10: Harlan 14 Red Oak 3 (Game 1)

H-10: Harlan 17 Red Oak 9 (Game 2)

Game 1: Brett Sears went 3-for-4 with two RBI and two runs scored, and Joey Moser, Connor Bruck, Luke Schaben and Brenden Bartley also drove in two runs apiece for the Cyclones.

Dawson Bond had two hits while Cole Carlson and Garrett Couse had RBI for the Tigers. 

Game 2: Derec Weyer went 4-for-5 with a home run and six RBI to lift Harlan, which had 15 hits in the onslaught. Luke Schaben had three hits, three RBI and three runs scored, and Brett Sears drove in a trio of runs.

Garrett Couse led Red Oak with two hits and three RBI, and Cam Vanderhoof added three hits and three runs scored.

H-10: Glenwood 10 Denison-Schleswig 5 (Game 1)

H-10: Glenwood 1 Denison-Schleswig 0 (Game 2) 

Game 1: Cade Van Ness and Eli Bales had two hits each for the Rams while Andrwe Holiday, Kaden Wray and Logan Strong drove in two runs apiece.

Game 2: Pierce Harrington tossed a four-hit complete game shutout with three strikeouts and no walks to lead Glenwood. Colton Schutte was 2-for-3 with the lone RBI of the game, driving in Logan Strong.

H-10: Creston 13 Atlantic 10 

Creston scored in every inning and led 11-3 entering the final two frames when Atlantic put up seven - three in the sixth, four in the seventh.

Brody O’Brien had three hits and three RBI for the Trojans while Garrett McLaren added three hits, and Colin Mullenix, Grant Sturm, Chase McLaren and Joe Weaver added two base hits each.

CCT: Sidney 13 Griswold 10 

Sidney had a five-run third and a four-run sixth to boost them to the victory. 

Josh Brownlee, Brendon Atkinson and Colton Turner had two hits apiece fo rate Tigers while Kamron Brownlee drove in three.

NC: IKM-Manning 3 South Central Calhoun 1 

Alex Lingle went 3-for-3 at the plate and threw seven innings of one-run ball to lead IKM-Manning in the win. Amos Rasmussen also had two hits for the Wolves.

POI: Lenox 7 Southwest Valley 6 

Cullen Wood had two hits and three RBI, and Keegan Christensen finished 1-for-2 with an RBI, two runs scored and two walks. Christensen also threw five innings and gave up just one earned run. Colton Gordon was the winning pitcher with an inning of relief and three strikeouts.

POI: Wayne 11 East Union 5 

Bret Whitehall was 4-for-4 at the plate and struck out seven in 6 2/3 innings to get the win for Wayne. Brooks Jacobsen and Jackson Cobb also drove in two.

POI: Martensdale-St. Marys 4 Mount Ayr 2 

The Blue Devils got a two-run hit from Cole Cassady in a four-run fifth to lift them to the win.

Keelan Klommhaus homered for Mount Ayr in the tough loss.

POI: Southeast Warren 8 Central Decatur 1 

Brock Kyner allowed one hit and struck out seven in seven innings to get the win and keep Southeast Warren unbeaten.

Colby Page was 2-for-3 with a home run and two RBI. Tanner Dierking also drove in two runs for the Warhawks.

Tate Hill had the lone RBI for Central Decatur.

NC: CAM, Anita 4 Bedford 1 

Lane Spieker threw six no-hit innings and struck out nine to pick ups eh tight win. Cade Ticknor threw the seventh and struck out two to finish the combined no-hitter. Isaac Bower drove in a run for the Cougars.

NC: Coon Rapids-Bayard 13 Southeast Valley 0 

Kade Schlepp had two doubles and two RBI, and Christian Cook blasted a home run to lead Coon Rapids-Bayard in the win. Ben Obert and Aaron McAlister also had two singles each.

Schlepp and Josh Ramirez combined to strikeout nine and allow just one hit in the shutout.

BASEBALL SCOREBOARD

Hawkeye Ten Conference 

Kuemper Catholic 9 Shenandoah 5

St. Albert 2 Clarinda 0

Harlan 14 Red Oak 3 (Game 1)

Harlan 17 Red Oak 9 (Game 2)

Glenwood 10 Denison-Schleswig 5 (Game 1)

Glenwood 1 Denison-Schleswig 0 (Game 2)

Creston 13 Atlantic 10

Corner Conference Tournament 

Sidney 13 Griswold 10

East Mills 4 Essex/South Page 1

Stanton 9 Sidney 1

Fremont-Mills 12 East Mills 10

Pride of Iowa Conference 

Wayne 11 East Union 5

Martensdale-St. Marys 4 Mount Ayr 2

Southeast Warren 8 Central Decatur 0

Lenox 7 Southwest Valley 6

Missouri River Conference 

Abraham Lincoln 7 Sergeant Bluff-Luton 3 (Game 1)

Sergeant Bluff-Luton 18 Abraham Lincoln 3 (Game 2)

Sioux City East 6 Sioux City North 2 (Game 1)

Sioux City North 12 Sioux City East 4 (Game 2)

Bishop Heelan Catholic 11 Thomas Jefferson 1 (Game 1)

Bishop Heelan Catholic Thomas Jefferson (Game 2)

Bluegrass Conference 

Moravia 15 Orient-Macksburg 0

Ankeny Christian at Lamoni

Seymour at Melcher-Dallas

Twin Cedars 9 Moulton-Udell 8

Mormon Trail 6 Murray 3

Non-Conference 

IKM-Manning 3 South Central Calhoun 1

CAM, Anita 4 Bedford 1

Coon Rapids-Bayard 13 Southeast Valley 0

KMAland Softball (6/27): Treynor wins WIC, F-M & Sidney will play for Corner 'ship

(KMAland) -- Sweeps for Shen, Clarinda, Harlan, Denison-Schleswig & Creston in the H-10, F-M & Sidney advance to CCT final, Treynor wins the WICT, an upset win for AL & more from the night in KMAland softball.

H-10: Shenandoah 8 Kuemper Catholic 6 (Game 1)

H-10: Shenandoah 8 Kuemper Catholic 7 (Game 2)

Game 1: Logan Hughes was 1-for-2 with a three-run home run and two runs scored in lifting the Fillies to the win. Sidda Rodewald added three hits and two RBI, and Natalie Gilbert finished with two hits and an RBI. Delanie Voshell had a trio of hits and an RBI of her own.

Kenzie Schon doubled twice and drove in a run, and Kenadee Loew had two RBI on one hit for the Knights.

Game 2: Nichole Gilbert went 4-for-4 with three RBI to lead Shenandoah. Delanie Voshell chipped in two hits, an RBI and two runs scored, and Sara Morales drove in a pair.

Cassidy Christensen led Kuemper with two hits and two RBI.

H-10: Clarinda 11 St. Albert 2 (Game 1)

H-10: Clarinda 15 St. Albert 3 (Game 2)

Game 1: Bryn Morgenstern homered among two hits and drove in three while Addison Shane had two hits and two RBI. Aliyah St. Romain chipped in a hit, an RBI and two runs scored. Aziah Smalley struck out eight in seven innings.

Olivia Barnes led St. Albert with two hits in the loss.

Game 2: Bryn Morgenstern went 2-for-2 with two RBI and three runs scored, and Makayla Fichter added a hit, two RBI and two runs. Aliyah St. Romain also drove in two runs for the Cardinals.  Aziah Smalley threw all three innings to get the win.

Lainey Sheffield hit a three-run home run for the Saintes in the defeat.

H-10: Kuemper Catholic 7 Clarinda 6 

Kenzie Schon finished 3-for-3 and had two RBI and two runs scored for Kuemper Catholic in a game that was previously suspended. Cassidy Christensen also drove in two.

Bradlie Wilmes led Clarinda with three hits while Makayla Fichter had two, and Jordyn McQueen drove in two runs.

H-10: Harlan 8 Red Oak 0 (Game 1)

H-10: Harlan 8 Red Oak 4 (Game 2) 

Game 1: Morgan Schaben was 2-for-2 with two home runs and two walks to lead the charge at the plate. She also struck out 13 and allowed two hits in the circle. Aurora Miller, Tianna Kasperbauer and Miranda Goetz added a pair of singles each.

Game 2: Madi Schechinger had two hits, and Julia Schechinger drove in three - all on sac flies. Kasperbauer struck out seven and scattered seven hits in the win.

H-10: Denison-Schleswig 4 Glenwood 2 (Game 1)

H-10: Denison-Schleswig 1 Glenwood 0 (Game 2) 

Game 1: Sarah Heilesen had eight strikeouts in the circle and homered in three runs at the plate to lead the Monarchs.

Brianna Gerhardt struck out 11 and allowed just four hits for Glenwood, which stranded 10 runners. 

Game 2: Heilesen threw a complete game shutout with six strikeouts and just three hits allowed. Paige Armijo drove in the lone run for the Monarchs.

Sydney Biermann took the tough-luck loss for Glenwood with seven strikeouts and just one run allowed.

H-10: Creston 9 Atlantic 3 (Game 1) 

H-10: Creston 9 Atlantic 5 (Game 2)

Game 1: Neveah Randall blasted a first-inning grand slam in the win for Creston.

Karsyn Rush had a two-run single for Atlantic. 

Game 2: Randall had a two-run triple in the opening innings while Peyton Rice, Gracie Hagle, Saige Rice and Halle Evans all drove in runs in a big second inning to lift Creston. 

CCT: Stanton 6 East Mills 2 

Devin Isaacson drove in a pair of runs, and Elise Dailey and Kaitlyn Bruce combined on a strong pitching performance to lead the Viqueens.

Sami York and Shelby Brockshus had a double and RBI each, and Brooklyn Adams, Jenna Stephens, Shelby Brockshus and Kami Tibben also hit safely for Stanton.

CCT: Sidney 7 Griswold 6 

Faith Brumbaugh drove in the game-winning run in the bottom of the sixth inning to send the Cowgirls to the win. 

Jolie Sheldon had two hits and two RBI in the victory for the Cowgirls.

CCT: Fremont-Mills 7 Stanton 6 

Fremont-Mills scored three runs in the seventh to advance to the Corner Conference Tournament final on Friday evening. Tori Kilpatrick was 2-for-3 with two RBI and the game-winning hit.

Kendall Reed struck out seven to get the win for the Knights.

Stanton’s Sami York had a two-run home run, and Devin Isaacson finished with two hits and an RBI.

WICT: Treynor 2 Logan-Magnolia 0

WICT: Riverside 8 IKM-Manning 7 — 8 inn

WICT Championship: Treynor 8 Riverside 0 

Sydni Huisman threw 14 shutout innings, and Reagan Darrah smacked a big home run in the championship win for the Cardinals.

NC: Lenox 7 Grand View Christian 5 

Kayla Yzaguirre had three of Lenox’s 12 hits while Morgan Parrish added a pair of safeties and Lauren Christensen had two hits and drove in three. TJ Stoaks struck out six in the win.

NC: Bedford 16 CAM, Anita 2 

Leslie Sheley, Vivian Tracy, Selena Valenzeual and Makinna Russell all had multi-hit games for Bedford in the win.

RVC: Coon Rapids-Bayard 4 Boyer Valley 2 

Marie Hanigan drove in a run, and Leah Cooper and Kenzie Dumbaugh also had one hit and scored once.

MRC: Abraham Lincoln 10 Bishop Heelan Catholic 9

Emma O’Neal went 3-for-4 and scored twice, and Jazzy Gusman hit the game-winner for AL. 

MRC: Sergeant Bluff-Luton 21 Abraham Lincoln 2 

The Warriors had 17 hits and got four RBI each from Emma Christensen and Chloe Black to clinch the MRC championship. 

BLUEGRASS: Murray 10 Lamoni 0 

Kayla Wookey had 15 strikeouts in a complete game two-hit shutout.


SOFTBALL SCOREBOARD 

Hawkeye Ten Conference  

Shenandoah 8 Kuemper Catholic 6 (Game 1)

Shenandoah 8 Kuemper Catholic 7 (Game 2)

Kuemper Catholic 7 Clarinda 6

Clarinda 10 St. Albert 2 (Game 1)

Clarinda 15 St. Albert 3 (Game 2)

Harlan 8 Red Oak 0 (Game 1)

Harlan 8 Red Oak 4 (Game 2)

Denison-Schleswig 4 Glenwood 2 (Game 1)

Denison-Schleswig 1 Glenwood 0 (Game 2)

Creston 9 Atlantic 3 (Game 1)

Creston 9 Atlantic 5 (Game 2)

Corner Conference Tournament 

Stanton 6 East Mills 2

Fremont-Mills 7 Stanton 6

Sidney 7 Griswold 6

Western Iowa Conference Tournament (at Logan) 

Treynor 2 Logan-Magnolia 0

Riverside 8 IKM-Manning 7 — 8 inn

Championship: Treynor 8 Riverside 0

Pride of Iowa Conference 

Wayne 10 East Union 0

Mount Ayr 8 Martensdale-St. Marys 0

Southeast Warren 10 Central Decatur 7

Rolling Valley Conference 

Coon Rapids-Bayard 4 Boyer Valley 2

Missouri River Conference 

Abraham Lincoln 10 Bishop Heelan Catholic 9

Sergeant Bluff-Luton 21 Abraham Lincoln 2

Sioux City North 2 Sioux City East 0

Bishop Heelan Catholic 3 Thomas Jefferson 1

Bluegrass Conference 

Murray 10 Lamoni 0

Orient-Macksburg at Moravia

Diagonal at Lamoni

Melcher-Dallas 5 Seymour 0

Murray 18 Mormon Trail 0

Twin Cedars 18 Moulton-Udell 0

Non-Conference 

Lenox 7 Grand View Christian 5

Bedford 16 CAM, Anita 2

KMAland Baseball (6/26): Tri-Center, Treynor advance to WIC championship

(KMAland) -- Creston took down Red Oak, LC handled Atlantic, Tri-Center & Treynor will play for the WIC title, CRB won their 10th straight, Ar-We-Va got a shutout & more from the night in KMAland baseball.

H-10: Creston 8 Red Oak 2 

Luke Latham went 3-for-4 with four RBI and scored two runs for Creston in the victory.  Gavin Shawler struck out seven and allowed two runs on seven hits in a complete game effort.

Cole Strider added two hits and two RBI, and Keagan Smith went 1-for-3 with an RBI and two runs scored for the Panthers.

Carter Bruce led Red Oak with three hits and drove in a run, and Dawson Bond had a hit and an RBI.

H-10: Lewis Central 11 Atlantic 3 

Jake Powell threw four innings and struck out six for Lewis Central in the win. The Titans erupted for six runs in the fourth to put the game away.

Chase McLaren went 3-for-3 with a double and an RBI to lead Atlantic. Gunner Kirchhoff added two hits and an RBI.

NC: Harlan 10 Sioux City West 7 

Connor Bruck had two hits and drove in three runs for Harlan in the win. Luke Schaben, Isaiah Ahrenholtz, Brenden Bartley, Derec Weyer and Jonathan Owens added multi-hit games.

NC: Alta-Aurelia 15 Denison-Schleswig 9 

Jack Mendlik went 1-for-2 with an RBI and two runs scored to lead Denison-Schleswig, which had just five hits and committed eight errors in the loss. Carter Wessel scored twice, and Braiden Heiden, Nathan Gallup and Evan Turin all drove in one run each.

WICT: Tri-Center 17 Underwood 7  

Brett McGee was 4-for-4 with a hit by pitch, an RBI and three runs scored, and Jaxon Johnson added two doubles among three hits with three RBI. Kyle Siebels added two hits and two RBI.

Nick Ravlin and Drake Adair led Underwood with two hits and two RBI, and Isaac Heilman drove in two runs of his own.

WICT: Treynor 3 Logan-Magnolia 0 

Nate McCombs threw a complete game 12-strikeout shutout, allowing three hits and walking just one to send Treynor to the WIC final.

Kristian Martens drove in two runs, and Tommy Duysen added an BRI hit for the Cardinals. 

NC: Exira/EHK 3 Nodaway Valley 2 

Colby Harris threw seven strong innings with three strikeouts and no walks for Nodaway Valley in the defeat. Peyton Sickles and Caelen DeVault had RBI hits.

RVC: Glidden-Ralston 8 Boyer Valley 3 

Jacob Hoxsie had two hits and drove in two, and Grant Borkowski added a pair of hits and drove in a run to lead Glidden-Ralston. Ethan Determann chipped in two hits and scored twice. Borkowski struck out seven in six innings to get the win.

Conlan Petersen and Michael Seuntjens had two hits each for Boyer Valley.

RVC: Ar-We-Va 3 West Harrison 0 

Henry Segebart and Drew Schurke combined on a shutout with Segebart going six innings and allowing just five hits and striking out three. Schurke tossed teh seventh for the save.

Derek Oeser went 2-for-3 with two RBI to lead the Rockets offense, and Will Ragaller added a pair of hits.

Tyler Melby struck out nine in 6 2/3 innings in the tough-luck loss for the Hawkeyes. Grant Gilgen, Mason King, Nick Clark, Nick Rife and Gabe Gilgen all hit safely for West Harrison.

RVC: Coon Rapids-Bayard 6 Woodbine 1 

Christian Cook struck out seven and had two doubles and an RBI to lead Coon Rapids-Bayard in their 10th straight win. Quentin Culbertson added two hits and an RBI, and Josh Ramirez had a pair of singles.

Layne Pryor led Woodbine with two hits and struck out seven in 6 1/3 innings on the mound. 

BLUEGRASS: Ankeny Christian 13 Melcher-Dallas 3 

Malachi Johnson, Jayce Goergen and Alex Carson had two hits and two RBI each, and Tate Dingman went 4-for-4 with three RBI to lead Ankeny Christian. David Nelson also drove in three runs.


BASEBALL SCOREBOARD 

Hawkeye Ten Conference  

Creston 8 Red Oak 2

Lewis Central 11 Atlantic 3

Western Iowa Conference Tournament - Semifinals (at Oakland) 

Tri-Center 17 Underwood 7 

Treynor 3 Logan-Magnolia 0

Rolling Valley Conference 

Glidden-Ralston 8 Boyer Valley 3

Ar-We-Va 3 West Harrison 0

Coon Rapids-Bayard 6 Woodbine 1

Bluegrass Conference 

Moravia 10 Moulton-Udell 2

Ankeny Christian Academy 13 Melcher-Dallas 3

Non-Conference 

Southwest Valley 14 Shenandoah 3

Harlan 10 Sioux City West 7

Alta-Aurelia 15 Denison-Schleswig 9

Lamoni 10 Central Decatur 3

Southeast Warren 19 West Central Valley 1

Martensdale-St. Marys 4 Clarke 3

Exira/EHK 3 Nodaway Valley 2

Cardinal 10 Twin Cedars 0

KMAland Softball (6/26): Creston, Glenwood, Boyer Valley bring out the bats in wins

(KMAland) -- Shenandoah rolled to a non-conference win, Creston outscored Red Oak, Glenwood bashed to a win, East edged Harlan, Lenox won in a shutout, Woodbine nipped CRB & more from the night in KMAland softball.

NC: Shenandoah 12 Southwest Valley 2 

Lydia Morales hit a two-run home run and drove in three, and Sara Morales added two hits and three RBI. Alexis McGinnis chipped in two hits and scored three times.

Southwest Valley’s Camryn Johnson and Maggie Haer each hit doubles.

H-10: Creston 14 Red Oak 10  

Samantha Dunphy had a big night with two doubles and a home run, and Never Randall hit a home run of her own. Sara Keeler added a pair of doubles for the Panthers.

Red Oak's Chloe Johnson went 3-for-3 with a three-run home run while Lexi Johnson added two doubles and scored three times. Kamryn Buntrock and Maddie Wendt also had three hits each.

NC: Glenwood 12 Abraham Lincoln 3 

Brielle Smith cracked a three-run home run to lead Glenwood in the win. Kelly Embray added her first career home run among three hits, and Taryn Bertini tossed a complete game with six strikeouts.

Brooklyn Taylor, Hayllee Sell and Coryl Matheny also added two hits apiece for the Rams.

H-10: Denison-Schleswig 13 Lewis Central 1 

Paige Armijo homered, doubled and drove in five runs to lead Denison-Schleswig in the win. Sarah Heilesen and Kayla Rauch also had two hits, and Payton Goslar drove in two runs.

NC: Sioux City East 2 Harlan 1 

Evie Larson had a home run among three hits to send Sioux City East to the tight win. Chasity Johnson tossed a three-hitter.

NC: Thomas Jefferson 17 St. Albert 6 

Riah Davis went 2-for-4 and Hannah Belt homered to send Thomas Jefferson to the city win. 

Allie Petry hit a home run for St. Albert.

NC: IKM-Manning 10 Griswold 8 — 9 inn 

Grace Youngren had three hits, and Lexi Branning went 2-for-5 with a home run, two RBI and two runs scored to lead IKM-Manning. Emily Kerkhoff added a pair of hits, including a triple, and drove in three runs.

Griswold had 13 hits, led by a three-hit night from Anna Kelley. Makenna Askeland, Jordyn Main, Brenna Rossell and Kacey Danker all had two hits for the Tigers with Rossell diving in four runs. Danker added two RBI.

NC: Nodaway Valley 5 Exira/EHK 3 

Alyssa Davis hit a two-run home run, and McKynna Newbury added two hits and scored twice for Nodaway Valley. Whitney Lamb allowed just three runs and struck out four to get the win.

Kami Waymire was 2-for-3 with two runs scored while Tatum Grubbs and Ashley Hansen drove in runs for Exira/EHK.

NC: Central Decatur 6 Lamoni 0 

Carlee Hamilton, Eily Hall and Carleigh O’Dell all had two hits each for Central Decatur. Riley Bell struck out 13 in a complete game one-hit shutout.

MT AYR CLASSIC: Lenox 5 Bedford 0 

Cassidy Nelson, McKinna Hogan and Morgan Parrish all had two hits for Lenox. TJ Stoaks struck out 10 in the shutout win.

Selena Valenzuela and Makinna Russell each had a hit for the Bulldogs.

MT AYR CLASSIC: Murray 9 Martensdale-St. Marys 7 

Murray came back from down 6-0 to get the victory behind a three-hit, two-RBI night from Kendra Boles.

RVC: West Harrison 7 Ar-We-Va 5

Sabrina Rife, Lydia Gilgen and Kali Peasley had two hits each for West Harrison in the victory.

Leslie Luft and Hannah Kraus led Ar-We-Va with two hits each.

RVC: Boyer Valley 16 Glidden-Ralston 15 

Talia Schon led Glidden-Ralston with four triples, four runs scored and two RBI. Jessica Eighmy added two hits sand four RBI, and Tianna Janssen finished with two hits and wo RBI.

RVC: Woodbine 10 Coon Rapids-Bayard 7 

Jayde Clark had two hits and drove in four runs, and Amanda Foster added three hits of her own for Woodbine. Alexa Niedermyer doubled in a run, and Jamie Plowman chipped in two hits.

Alexis Kautzky and Kristin Mahlberg had two RBI each for Coon Rapids-Bayard.

MRC: Bishop Heelan Catholic 4 Sioux City North 3 

Heelan’s Grace Nelson scored on a passed ball in the bottom of the seventh to help the Crusaders walk-off to victory.


SOFTBALL SCOREBOARD

Hawkeye Ten Conference  

Creston 14 Red Oak 10

Denison-Schleswig 13 Lewis Central 1

Rolling Valley Conference 

Boyer Valley 16 Glidden-Ralston 15

West Harrison 7 Ar-We-Va 5

Woodbine 10 Coon Rapids-Bayard 7

Missouri River Conference 

Bishop Heelan Catholic 4 Sioux City North 3

Bluegrass Conference 

Moravia 13 Moulton-Udell 4 (Game 1)

Moravia 14 Moulton-Udell 0 (Game 2)

Non-Conference 

Shenandoah 12 Southwest Valley 2

Glenwood 12 Abraham Lincoln 3

Thomas Jefferson 17 St. Albert 6

Sioux City East 2 Harlan 1

IKM-Manning 10 Griswold 8 — 9 inn

Nodaway Valley 5 Exira/EHK 3

Melcher-Dallas 4 Southeast Warren 1

Central Decatur 6 Lamoni 0

Mount Ayr Classic 

Lenox 5 Bedford 0

Wayne 3 Centerville 2

Murray 9 Martensdale-St. Marys 7

Mount Ayr 10 Orient-Macksburg 0

KMAland Baseball (6/25): Red Oak, Clarinda beat Shen, Stanton gets big sweep of F-M

(KMAland) -- Red Oak finished off a wild win over Shenandoah, Clarinda also beat the Mustangs, Stanton got a big sweep of F-M, Mo Valley edged T-C, CAM no-hit O-M and more from the night in KMAland baseball.

H-10: Clarinda 9 Shenandoah 3 

Wyatt Schmitt struck out five in four innings, and Cooper Neal threw three scoreless innings in relief to lead Clarinda in the win. Parker Rock and Michael Shull drove in two each, and Logan Green was 2-for-3 with an RBI and two runs scored for the Cardinals.

Shenandoah’s Anthony Stogdill had two hits and an RBI, and Kyle Cerven and Owen McCunn also hit safely. AJ Herold and Cain Lorimor also had RBI for the Mustangs.

H-10: Red Oak 12 Shenandoah 11 — 8 inn 

AJ Herold hit a three-run home run for Shenandoah in the bottom of the eighth inning of a game played in Clarinda and resumed from a previous contest. However, Red Oak’s four-run eighth held up for the win.

Mitchell Johnson was 2-for-3 with a home run and three runs scored to lead Red Oak in the win.

Shenandoah’s Kyle Cerven also hit a home run on the previous date.

NC: Glenwood 6 Thomas Jefferson 5 

Cade Van Ness hit his seventh home run of the season among two hits and drove in two to lead Glenwood. Michael Radford added a pair of hits and drove in a run.

Ryan Steinspring went 3-for-3 and had an RBI for Thomas Jefferson. Kayd Schlotfeld added three hits and an RBI.

H-10: Kuemper Catholic 4 Denison-Schleswig 2 

Kyle Berg had two RBI, and AJ Schreck struck out six in seven innings to get the win for Kuemper.

Dylan Gehlsen drove in a pair of runs for the Monarchs. Braiden Heiden struck out eight and took the tough-luck loss.

CORNER: Stanton 5 Fremont-Mills 2 (Game 1)

CORNER: Stanton 11 Fremont-Mills 1 (Game 2) 

The sweep for Stanton clinches at least a share of the Corner Conference regular season title for the Vikings.

Game 1: Tyler Peterson went 4-for-4 with a double and two runs while Donnie Weis tripled and Drake Johnson doubled for Stanton. Colby Royal was the winning pitcher with six strikeouts and two runs allowed (one earned) in seven innings.

Game 2: Weis was 2-for-4 with a triple, and Johnson hit a grand slam and had six RBI in the second game. Johnson also threw five innings, struck out three and allowed just three hits to get the win.

NC: AHSTW 12 Essex/South Page 2 

Sam Porter went 3-for-3 with a double, two triples and four RBI to send AHSTW to the win. Blake Holst added two hits, two RBI, two stolen bases and two runs scored.

Joey Goins and Gabe Madsen also drove in two runs for the Vikings in the victory. Joey Cunningham threw five innings, allowed two runs on nine hits and struck out five in getting the win.

WIC: Missouri Valley 4 Tri-Center 3 

Missouri Valley walked off with a bases loaded hit by pitch. Lane Harper and Alec Fichter had two hits, and Cole Lange added a double. Connor Lange struck out seven in a complete game effort.

Gaven Heim struck out four in five solid innings on the mound. Trevor Nelson had two hits and two RBI, and Sid Stowe had a hit and stole two bases for the Trojans offense.

POI: Martensdale-St. Marys 12 Central Decatur 3 

Trey Baker doubled in three runs, and Kasey Carter and Cael Cassady had multi-hit games for Martensdale-St. Marys.

NC: Southeast Warren 16 Lynnville-Sully 1 

Colby Page was 4-for-4 with a double, a home run and seven RBI to lead Southeast Warren. Kaleb Bauer added four hits, including a double to tie the single-season school record for doubles.

Brock Manser added three hits and three RBI, and Mason Merfeld went 2-for-3 with an RBI.

MRC: Sioux City East 14 Abraham Lincoln 4 (Game 1)

MRC: Sioux City East 4 Abraham Lincoln 1 (Game 2) 

Game 1: Hunter Nice went 2-for-2 to lead the Lynx.

Game 2: Kaden Baxter tossed a complete game, allowing just two earned runs for the Lynx.

NC: CAM 15 Orient-Macksburg 0 

Colby Rich had a double and three RBI, and DeShawn Carr and Ben Tibken drove in two runs each for the Cougars. Kolby Nelson added two hits and two runs scored.

Joe Kauffman threw a four-inning no-hitter with eight strikeouts and four walks.

NC: Coon Rapids-Bayard 8 Alta-Aurelia 2 

Quentin Culbertson scattered seven hits in 5 1/3 innings to get the win. Easton Hays and Ben Obert had two hits each, and Christian Cook added an RBI double for the Crusaders.


BASEBALL SCOREBOARD 

Hawkeye Ten Conference  

Clarinda 9 Shenandoah 3

Red Oak 12 Shenandoah 11 — 8 inn

Kuemper Catholic 4 Denison-Schleswig 2

Corner Conference 

Stanton 5 Fremont-Mills 2 (Game 1)

Stanton 11 Fremont-Mills 1 (Game 2)

Western Iowa Conference 

Missouri Valley 4 Tri-Center 3

Pride of Iowa Conference 

Martensdale-St. Marys 12 Central Decatur 3

Missouri River Conference  

Sioux City East 14 Abraham Lincoln 4 (Game 1)

Sioux City East 4 Abraham Lincoln 1 (Game 2)

Sioux City North 5 Sioux City West 2 (Game 1)

Sioux City North 2 Sioux City West 0 (Game 2)

Bishop Heelan Catholic 11 Sergeant Bluff-Luton 2 (Game 1)

Bishop Heelan Catholic 3 Sergeant Bluff-Luton 2 (Game 2)

Bluegrass Conference 

Ankeny Christian 5 Twin Cedars 2

Mormon Trail at Moulton-Udell

Lamoni at Seymour

Non-Conference 

Glenwood 6 Thomas Jefferson 5

AHSTW 12 Essex/South Page 2

Southeast Warren 16 Lynnville-Sully 1

CAM 15 Orient-Macksburg 0

Coon Rapids-Bayard 8 Alta-Aurelia 2

Sigourney 21 Melcher-Dallas 2

KMAland Softball (6/25): West Harrison sets new program standard for wins

(KMAland) -- Shenandoah knocked off Clarinda, Harlan kept rolling, D-S routed Kuemper, West Harrison set a new school record, TJ beat Stanton & plenty more from the night in KMAland softball.

H-10: Shenandoah 5 Clarinda 2 

Delanie Voshell struck out seven and allowed just two runs (one earned) on two hits to get the win for Shenandoah. 

Claire Adkins led the offense with two hits and an RBI, and Natalie Gilbert had a hit and two RBI for the Fillies. Logan Hughes and Sara Morales also hit safely.

Bradlie Wilmes and Hailee Knight had one hit each for the Cardinals. 

H-10: Harlan 7 Lewis Central 0 

Morgan Schaben struck out eight in five shutout innings in a win that was shortened due to inclement weather. Schaben also cracked her sixth home run and drove in two to lead the offense.

Madison Schumacher chipped in three hits, and Julia Schechinger had two hits and two runs scored. Tianna Kasperbauer drove in a pair of runs for the Cyclones.

Haley Bach had two hits to lead the Lewis Central offense.

H-10: Denison-Schleswig 13 Kuemper Catholic 3 

Alex Mohr tripled, singled and drove in two runs to lead Denison-Schleswig in the win. Sarah Heilesen added two hits and two RBI at the plate and struck out seven in the circle. Raegan Andersen and Tatum Fink also had two RBI.

Kenzie Schon went 3-for-3 with an RBI, and Cassidy Christensen drove in two for Kuemper.

NC: West Harrison 4 Sidney 2 

West Harrison and Emily McIntosh set new single-season records for team and pitcher wins (21 each) in the victory.

Cheyanne Rife and McIntosh had two hits and an RBI each while Sydney Sherer also pitched in a pair of hits for the Hawkeyes.

NC: Thomas Jefferson 8 Stanton 2 

Mirka Diaz hit her first home run of the season in the win for the Jackets.

Sami York doubled and Jenna Stephens had a pair of hits for Stanton in the loss. Devin Isaacson and Brooklyn Adams drove in one run apiece.

WICT: Audubon 11 Tri-Center 1 

Katelyn Neilsen had a hit and two RBI, and Leah Subbert scored three runs to lead Audubon in the win. The Wheelers later lost 12-0 to Treynor.

WICT: IKM-Manning 7 Underwood 6 

Grace Youngren went 2-for-4 with a home run and two RBI to lead IKM-Manning while Sammy Halbur, Emily Kerkhoff and Jessica Christensen all had two hits apiece for the Wolves.

WICT: Logan-Magnolia 9 AHSTW 1 

Reanna Rife struck out seven and allowed just four hits to get the win in the circle. Rife added three hits at the plate while her sister Erikah Rife added three hits of her own.

WICT: Riverside 6 Missouri Valley 5 

Izzy Bluml hit a walk-off inside-the-park home run to send Riverside on in the WIC Tournament. Bluml also had a two-run double, and Ashlynn Amdor was a perfect 4-for-4. 

Payton Hilts had two hits and drove in a pair to lead Missouri Valley. Emma Jimmerson added a double among two hits.

POI: Central Decatur 10 Martensdale-St. Marys 2 

Carlee Hamilton went 3-for-5 with a home run and three RBI for Central Decatur. Kylee Rockhold had three hits and Maizee Lindsey finished with two hits and three RBI for the Cardinals.

Rockhold threw all seven innings, struck out four and allowed two unearned runs.

NC: Woodbine 14 Whiting 1 

Jayde Clark led Woodbine with two hits and two RBI, and Ana Vazquez singled and had two walks for the Tigers.

NC: South Central Calhoun 7 Ar-We-Va 5 

Kora Obrecht had two hits and drove in a run while Leslie Luft added a pair of hits for Ar-We-Va.

MRC: Sioux City East 10 Abraham Lincoln 0 

Madi Van Dyke hit a two-run home run, Abby Alter had three hits and Chloe Kramer drove in three runs to lead Sioux City East.

MRC: Sergeant Bluff-Luton 11 Bishop Heelan Catholic 4 

Sergeant Bluff-Luton clinched at least a share of the MRC championship. 

BLUEGRASS: Twin Cedars 14 Diagonal 2 

Ali Mockenhaupt had three RBI, and Rylee Dunkin, Brooke Roby and Caitlyn Reed all had two hits each for the Sabers.


SOFTBALL SCOREBOARD

Hawkeye Ten Conference  

Shenandoah 5 Clarinda 2

Harlan 7 Lewis Central 0

Denison-Schleswig 13 Kuemper Catholic 3

Western Iowa Conference Tournament 

Audubon 11 Tri-Center 1

Treynor 12 Audubon 0

Logan-Magnolia 9 AHSTW 1

IKM-Manning 7 Underwood 6

Riverside 6 Missouri Valley 5

Pride of Iowa Conference  

Central Decatur 10 Martensdale-St. Marys 2

Missouri River Conference  

Sioux City East 10 Abraham Lincoln 0

Sergeant Bluff-Luton 11 Bishop Heelan Catholic 4

Sioux City North 12 Sioux City West 0

Bluegrass Conference 

Lamoni at Seymour

Twin Cedars 14 Diagonal 2

Mormon Trail at Moulton-Udell

Non-Conference 

Johnston 9 Glenwood 0 (Game 1)

Johnston 12 Glenwood 0 (Game 2)

Thomas Jefferson 8 Stanton 2

West Harrison 4 Sidney 2

Woodbine 14 Whiting 1

CAM 6 Orient-Macksburg 3

South Central Calhoun 7 Ar-We-Va 5

Melcher-Dallas 4 Sigourney 3 — 8 inn

KMAland Baseball (6/24): Red Oak, Atlantic, D-S get upsets on wild night in H-10

(KMAland) -- Glenwood, Red Oak, Kuemper, Atlantic & Denison-Schleswig were winners in a while night of H-10 action while Treynor, Lo-Ma, Underwood & T-C advanced in the WIC Tourney & much more from the night in KMAland baseball.

H-10: Glenwood 7 Shenandoah 1 

Cade Van Ness blasted two more home runs and drove in four to lead Glenwood in the victory. Colton Schutte, Andrew Holiday and Eli Bales also had two hits apiece for the Rams.

Shenandoah had just four hits with Blake Doyle driving in the team’s lone run of the night. Braden Knight, Anthony Stogdill and Devin Morelock also hit safely.

H-10: Red Oak 15 Clarinda 5 

Red Oak scored nine runs in the fifth to pull away for the win. Carter Bruce had three hits, and Dillon Burns drove in three runs for the Tigers. Garrett Couse added two hits, three runs scored and an RBI, and Cam Vanderhoof drove in two on one hit.

Bruce was the winning pitcher, striking out six and allowing five unearned runs on four hits in five innings.

Logan Green had two hits and drove in four runs, and Cooper Neal was 1-for-3 with two runs scored to lead Clarinda.

H-10: Atlantic 3 Harlan 2 

Atlantic scored a run in the seventh to pick up the win behind Chase McLaren, who struck out nine and scattered seven hits over 6 2/3 innings to get the win.

McLaren had two hits, and Brody O’Brien added a pair of his own while Nile Petersen drove in two runs for the Trojans.

Connor Bruck and Luke Schaben had two hits each for Harlan. Derec Weyer and Riley Kohles each drove in a run each.

H-10: Denison-Schleswig 8 Lewis Central 7 

Denison-Schleswig won a back-and-forth battle, scoring four runs combined in the final three at bats.

Sean Moran had three hits and three RBI while Dawson Dorhout and Carter Wessel added three hits of their own. Jack Mendlik and Braiden Heiden had two hits each for the Monarchs.

Jake Powell led Lewis Central with three hits and two RBI, and Jonah Pomrenke had two hits and scored twice. The loss was the first of the H-10 season for the Titans.

H-10: Kuemper Catholic 7 St. Albert 6

Kuemper scored four runs in the sixth to steal a Hawkeye Ten Conference win. Austin Tigges and Truman Haukap had two hits each, and Luke Hicks and Aaron Schreck each drove in two for the Knights.

Ryan Genereux and Jeff Miller had two hits each, and Lance Wright tripled and drove in two to lead St. Albert. 

NC: Martensdale-St. Marys 6 Creston 1 

Martensdale-St. Marys broke things open with a six-run fifth inning. Carson Elbert had two hits and drove in a run for the Blue Devils.

CORNER: Fremont-Mills 24 Griswold 5 

Dylan Chambers hit for the cycle, drove in seven runs and scored four runs for Fremont-Mills in the win. Jacob Jenkerson added four hits and two RBI, and Colton Hauschild had two hits and three RBI for the Knights.

Brock Wallace drove in a pair of runs, and Colton Turner and Evan kelly had two hits each for Griswold.

CORNER: Stanton 6 East Mills 4 

Trevor Glockel had two hits and drove in a run for East Mills, which led 3-2 after three. Stanton responded with a four-run fourth to take the win.

CORNER: Sidney 16 Essex/South Page 9 

Will Oswald had a home run among two hits and drove in three runs while Jackson Gorham singled, doubled and drove in four to lead Sidney. Brett Gruber added three hits, and Justis Hayes drove in three.

WICT: IKM-Manning 15 Riverside 3 (Play-In Game) 

Alex Lingle had three hits, and Will Jorgensen added two hits and three RBI for the Wolves. 

WICT: Treynor 12 IKM-Manning 2 (First Round) 

Jaxon Schumacher went 2-for-3 with five RBI, and Kyle Christensen and Drew Petersen added two hits apiece for the Cardinals. Wyatt James went all five innings, striking out six and allowing two unearned runs on just three hits.

Alex Lingle had a hit and an RBI for IKM-Manning.

WICT: Logan-Magnolia 9 Missouri Valley 8 (First Round) 

Tre Melby went 2-for-3 with three RBI and scored twice, and Trevor Wills and Joe Hedger added two hits and two RBI for Lo-Ma in the walk-off win.

Cole Lange had two RBI for Missouri Valley.

WICT: Tri-Center 5 Audubon 0 (First Round) 

Kaleb Smith allowed three hits and struck out nine in six shutout innings for Tri-Center to get the win. Jackson Roane had Tri-Center’s lone hit of the night and scored twice, and Trevor Nelson had an RBI.

Jackson Jensen gave up five runs (one earned), struck out seven and walked five in 4 2/3 innings for Audubon. Skyler Schultes had a two-hit game for the Wheelers.

WICT: Underwood 4 AHSTW 0 

Landon Nelson and Nick Ravlin combined on a three-hitter, and Nelson and Blake Hall led the offense with two hits each to lead the Eagles.

Sam Porter struck out eight in five-plus innings to take the loss. Clayton Akers and Blake Holst each had a single for the Vikings.

NC: Lamoni 14 Lenox 8 -- 8 inn 

Jhordan Montiel had two hits, including a double, and scored twice to lead Lenox in the defeat. Walon Cook added two hits, a run and an RBI.

NC: Southeast Warren 13 Seymour 0 

Colby Page went 2-for-4 with a grand slam home run to lead Southeast Warren.

NC: East Union 2 Murray 0 

Murray had just four hits with two of them coming from Brycen Wookey, who tripled and singled.

RVC: Ar-We-Va 14 Glidden-Ralston 4 

Drew Schurke went 2-for-3 with a home run, five RBI and three runs scored to lead Ar-We-Va. Dalton Ehlers drove in three, and Derek Oeser had three hits and drove in two for the Rockets.

Grant Borkowski had two hits, including a double, and Jacob Kennebeck added a double and a run scored for the Wildcats in the loss.

RVC: CAM 9 Exira/EHK 6 

CAM scored three runs in the sixth and three more in the seventh to pick up the 9-6 win. DeShawn Carr had two hits, three runs scored and two stolen bases, and Jacob Holste added two hits and an RBI. Lane Spieker doubled and drove in three.

RVC: Woodbine 8 West Harrison 5 

Cory Bantam had two hits and three RBI, and Brandon Bantam and Erik Gau added two hits and two RBI apiece for the Tigers. Alex Bantam struck out 12 in 5 2/3 innings to get the win.

NC: Boyer Valley 10 Whiting 1 

Conlan Petersen went 3-for-4 with five RBI, and Adam Puck added two hits and three runs scored for Boyer Valley.

MRC: Abraham Lincoln 11 Thomas Jefferson 5 (Game 1) 

MRC: Thomas Jefferson 2 Abraham Lincoln 0 (Game 2)

Game 1: Hunter Nice drove in two runs, and Ben Fichter had a two-run triple for AL in the win. 

Ryan Steinspring homered, and Kayd Schlotfeld had an RBI single for TJ.

Game 2: Grant Merk had a complete-game, two-hit shutout and struck out four to lead Thomas Jefferson in the win.

BLUEGRASS: Orient-Macksburg 6 Melcher-Dallas 4 

Wiley Ray homered for the second time this season to lead Orient-Macksburg.


BASEBALL SCOREBOARD

Hawkeye Ten Conference 

Glenwood 7 Shenandoah 1

Red Oak 15 Clarinda 5

Atlantic 3 Harlan 2

Kuemper Catholic 7 St. Albert 6

Denison-Schleswig 8 Lewis Central 7

Corner Conference 

Fremont-Mills 24 Griswold 5

Stanton 6 East Mills 4

Sidney 16 Essex/South Page 9

Western Iowa Conference Tournament 

IKM-Manning 15 Riverside 3

Treynor 12 IKM-Manning 2

Logan-Magnolia 9 Missouri Valley 8

Underwood 4 AHSTW 0

Tri-Center 5 Audubon 0

Pride of Iowa Conference 

Southwest Valley 10 Bedford 7

Rolling Valley Conference 

Ar-We-Va 14 Glidden-Ralston 4

CAM 9 Exira/EHK 6

Woodbine 8 West Harrison 5

Missouri River Conference 

Abraham Lincoln 11 Thomas Jefferson 5 (Game 1)

Thomas Jefferson 2 Abraham Lincoln 0 (Game 2)

Bluegrass Conference 

Orient-Macksburg 6 Melcher-Dallas 4

Ankeny Christian 24 Moulton-Udell 9

Non-Conference 

Martensdale-St. Marys 6 Creston 1

Southeast Warren 13 Seymour 0

East Union 2 Murray 0

Mormon Trail 14 Central Decatur 1

Lamoni 14 Lenox 8 — 8 inn

Boyer Valley 10 Whiting 1

KMAland Softball (6/24): Schaben pitches, hits Harlan past Atlantic

(KMAland) -- Clarinda walked off to beat Red Oak, Harlan shutout Atlantic in a huge win, Stanton/Essex clipped East Mills, West Harrison tied a school record & more from the night in KMAland softball.

H-10: Clarinda 4 Red Oak 3 

Clarinda walked off a winner with a run in the bottom of the seventh. Bryn Morgenstern, Addison Shane and Aliyah St. Romain all had two hits, and Kylie Shackelford drove in two runs each. Aziah Smalley picked up the win with six strikeouts in seven innings.

Maddie Wendt had a hit and brought in two runs to lead the Red Oak offense.

H-10: Harlan 3 Atlantic 0 

Morgan Schaben struck out 11 in a complete-game shutout performance. She also drove in all three runs with a single in the third and a two-run double in the fifth.

H-10: Kuemper Catholic 12 St. Albert 0 

Kyndal Hilgenberg went 4-for-4 with an RBI and three runs scored, and Alli Mertz added two hits and three RBI for the Knights. Kamryn Venner chipped in three hits and two RBI, and Cassidy Christensen also drove in two.

Carlee Carpenter went four innings, struck out five and allowed just four hits to get the win.

Peyton Carman had two hits for St. Albert.

CORNER: Fremont-Mills 3 Griswold 1 

Fremont-Mills scored three runs in the sixth inning to make for the final margin in the game. Addi Meese had two doubles and two RBI, and Sophia Murphy added a pair of hits for the Knights.

Kendall Reed allowed just one unearned run in seven innings of work, striking out six and walking just two.

Brenna Rossell struck out eight for Griswold, which had seven different players collect hits. Jordyn Main doubled, and McKenna Wiechman, Anna Kelley, Haylee Pennock, Makenna Askeland and Lydia Greiman all singled.

CORNER: Stanton/Essex 5 East Mills 4 

Jenna Stephens drove in the game-winning run on an RBI single while Kaitlyn Bruce struck out eight in the circle.

Devin Isaacson added a triple and an RBI, and Ali Silvius had a game-high two hits for the winners.

WIC: Audubon 9 IKM-Manning 8 -- 9 inn 

Katelyn Neilsen had four hits, three runs scored and an RBI to send Audubon to the win. Gianna Knueven and Leah Subbert had two RBI each for the Wheelers.

IKM-Manning's Grace Youngren and Zoey Melton had two hits each, and Lexi Branning doubled and scored four times for the Wolves.

NC: Underwood 12 Thomas Jefferson 1 

Underwood scored six in the first and then at least once in the next four at bats to get the win.

Caitlyn Jones had hit and scored a run, and Lilly Thompson drove in one for the Yellow Jackets.

POI: Lenox 16 East Union 1 

TJ Stoaks struck out eight in the circle and went 4-for-4 with two singles, a double, a home run and four RBI to lead Lenox. Kayla Yzaguirre added three hits and three RBI, and Brooklynn Ecklin added a pair of hits.

Kaylin Lack homered for East Union’s lone run.

NC: Central Decatur 12 Mormon Trail 0 

Maizee Lindsey was 4-for-4 with a double and four RBI, and Kylee Rockhold had two hits and three RBI for the Cardinals. Riley Bell struck out four in a two-hit shutout.

NC: Southeast Warren 13 Moulton-Udell 3 (Game 1)

NC: Southeast Warren 21 Moulton-Udell 0 (Game 2) 

Alivia Ruble, MaKayla Ruble and Kaylee Tignor all hit grand slam home runs for Southeast Warren.

RVC: West Harrison 9 Woodbine 6 

Katie Gore had two hits and two RBI, and Cheyanne Rife and Chloe Gilgen also added two hits, an RBI and two runs scored each for West Harrison, which tied the school record for wins (20).

Amanda Foster, Amanda Heitman and Alex Niedermyer all had two hits each, and Jayde Clark went 1-for-2 with two walks for Woodbine.

RVC: CAM 3 Exira/EHK 2 

Macy Emgarten scattered seven hits and struck out nine for Exira/EHK without allowing an earned run. Makenzie Riley, Mollie Rasmussen and Kami Waymire all had hits. Waymire had an RBI and scored a run.

RVC: Ar-We-Va 5 Glidden-Ralston 2 

Maci Ruch had two hits and two RBI, and Sara Schurke pitched in two hits and an RBI for Ar-We-Va. Kora Obrecht added a hit and two RBI of her own.

Talia Schon struck out 10 and allowed zero earned runs in the loss for Glidden-Ralston. Gretchen Wallace had two hits for the Wildcats.

NC: Boyer Valley 20 Whiting 5 

Leah Cooper had two hits, scored three times and drove in a run, and Marie Hanigan had two hits, three runs, five stolen bases and an RBI to lead Boyer Valley.

Nicole Behrendt chipped in a pair of hits and four RBI, and Kylie Petersen added two hits and three RBI. Talia Burkhart went 2-for-3 with two RBI and three runs scored.

BLUEGRASS: Melcher-Dallas 11 Orient-Macksburg 1 

Haley Godfrey tripled twice, singled twice and scored four runs for Melcher-Dallas in the win. Kynser Reed added three hits and two RBI, and Emilie Krpan struck out 12 in a no-hit performance in the circle.

NC: Murray 13 East Union 2  

Bre Klein was 4-for-5 with two home runs and four RBI, and she got the win in the circle with six strikeouts. Kayla Wookey struck out eight in relief. 

Kaitlyn Mitchell had a hit and an RBI for the Eagles.

NC: Twin Cedars 13 Grand View Christian 4 

Brooke Roby had three hits, and Rylee Dunkin, Ali Mockenhaupt, Grace Bailey and Chloe Swank had two each for Twin Cedars.


SOFTBALL SCOREBOARD

Hawkeye Ten Conference 

Glenwood 4 Shenandoah 2 

Clarinda 4 Red Oak 3

Harlan 3 Atlantic 0

Kuemper Catholic 12 St. Albert 0

Corner Conference 

Fremont-Mills 3 Griswold 1

Stanton/Essex 5 East Mills 4

Western Iowa Conference 

Audubon 9 IKM-Manning 8 -- 8 inn

Pride of Iowa Conference 

Lenox 16 East Union 1

Rolling Valley Conference 

CAM 3 Exira/EHK 2

Ar-We-Va 5 Glidden-Ralston 2

West Harrison 9 Woodbine 6

Bluegrass Conference 

Melcher-Dallas 11 Orient-Macksburg 1

Non-Conference 

Underwood 12 Thomas Jefferson 1

Central Decatur 12 Mormon Trail 0

Lenox 7 Lamoni 0 (FORFEIT)

Southeast Warren 13 Moulton-Udell 3 (Game 1)

Southeast Warren 21 Moulton-Udell 0 (Game 2)

Wayne 11 Seymour 0

Murray 13 East Union 2 

Boyer Valley 20 Whiting 5

Twin Cedars 13 Grand View Christian 4

KMAland Baseball (6/22): Kuemper wins home tournament

(KMAland) -- Kuemper Catholic won their home tournament while Sioux City East went 0-2 at Southeast Polk in a rain-shortened Saturday of baseball.

Kuemper Invitational: Kuemper Catholic 13 Greene County 1

AJ Schreck drove in three runs to pace Kuemper in the victory. Luke Hicks had three hits and 2 RBI's and Kyle Berg scored three runs. 

Kuemper Invitational: Kuemper Catholic 4 Carroll 3 

Luke Hicks had two hits and an RBI to pace the Knights in the victory.

BASEBALL SCOREBOARD

Kuemper Invitational

Kuemper Catholic 13 Greene County 1

Carroll 6 Pocahontas Area 1

Championship: Kuemper Catholic 4 Carroll 3

Southeast Polk Tournament

Ames 6 Sioux City East 5

Southeast Polk 4 Sioux City East 1



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