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

KMAland Softball (6/22): Southeast Warren takes second at Melcher Tournament

(KMAland) -- Southeast Warren took second at the Melcher Tournament to highlight a weather induced-shortened softball day in KMAland

Melcher Tournament Semis: Southeast Warren 9 Seymour 4

Josie Hartman hit her second homerun of the season in the victory for Southeast Warren.

Melcher Tournament Finals: Melcher-Dallas 4 Southeast Warren 0

Westwood Tournament: Westwood 10 Woodbine 7

Amanda Heitman was a perfect 3-for-3 at the plate for Woodbine, Amanda Foster and Ana Vazquez each tallied two hits and Jayde Clark tripled in the defeat.

Westwood Tournament: Woodbine 7 Trinity Christian 

Shannon Hopkins posted a 3-for-3 game while Amanda Foster, Ana Vazquez and Jayde Clark each notched two hits. 

Spencer Tournament: Denison-Schleswig 2 Akron-Westfield 1

Kayla Rauch's walk-off single gave the Monarchs the 2-1 victory.


SOFTBALL SCOREBOARD

Non-Conference

IKM-Manning 4 Kuemper Catholic 3

Cedar Rapids Jefferson Tournament

Iowa City West 11 Creston 1 

Davenport West 12 Creston 0

Spencer Tournament

Denison-Schleswig 2 Akron Westfield 1 

Denison-Schleswig 10 Estherville-Lincoln Central 1 

Melcher-Dallas Tournament

Southeast Warren 9 Seymour 4

Melcher-Dallas 4 Southeast Warren 0 

Okoboji Tournament

South O'Brien 7 Sioux City West 2

Sioux City West 3 HMS 1

GTRA 8 Sioux City West 6

Westwood Tournament

Westwood 10 Woodbine 7

Woodbine 7 Trinity Christian 4

KMAland Baseball (6/21): LC shutout Red Oak, Harlan edged SBL, Treynor & AHSTW also won

(KMAland) -- Here are some baseball things that happened in KMAland on Friday.

H-10: Lewis Central 11 Red Oak 0 

Bryson Sharon had two hits and scored twice, and Nolan Miller, Jordan Wardlow and Johnathan Hemmingsen had two RBI apiece for Lewis Central. JC Dermody went 5 1/3 innings, struck out four and scattered five hits.

Dawson Bond led Red Oak with two of their five hits.

NC: Harlan 6 Sergeant Bluff-Luton 4 

Isaiah Ahrenholtz had two hits and two RBI, and Derec Weyer finished with two RBI to lead Harlan in the win. Jonathan Owens also had a pair of hits.

WIC: AHSTW 14 IKM-Manning 1 

Gabe Madsen was 2-for-2 with a double and a home run and drove in three for the Vikings. Joey Cunningham added two hits and two RBI, and Joey Goins had two hits and an RBI. 

WIC: Tri-Center 9 Audubon 1 

Kyle Siebels had two hits and three RBI, and Trent Kozeal, Trevor Nelson and Trevor Carlson all had two hits for the Trojans. Mason Rohatsch gave up just one run on six hits in 6 2/3 innings to get the win.

Gavin Smith had two hits and an RBI for Audubon in the win.

WIC: Treynor 6 Missouri Valley 5 

Kristian Martens doubled and drove in four, and Drew Petersen had two hits and two walks to lead Treynor. 

WIC: Logan-Magnolia 8 Riverside 0 

Barret Pitt had a pair of hits and drove in three, and Colton Hanlon had three RBI behind Eli Pickle (4 IP, 7 K, 2 H) and Joe Hedger (3 IP, 4 K, 4 H). Dylan Cunard chipped in two hits and two runs scored.

POI: Nodaway Valley 8 Central Decatur 1 

Cole Shike went 2-for-3 with two RBI, and Tyler Vandewater drove in a pair of runs for Nodaway Valley in the win.

POI: Lenox 9 East Union 7 

Keegan Christensen went 3-for-5 with an RBI, and Cullen Wood was 2-for-4 with two runs and an RBI. Colton Gordon threw five innings and didn’t allow an earned run.

RVC: Coon Rapids-Bayard 7 Boyer Valley 0 

Kade Schlepp threw six innings, struck out nine and allowed just three hits to get the win. Jalen Rosenbeck had a two-run double to lead the offense.

RVC: West Harrison 5 Exira/EHK 4 — 8 inn 

Tyler Melby had two hits and two RBI, and Nick Clark, Nick Rife and Cody Radio also had two hits apiece for West Harrison in the win.


BASEBALL SCOREBOARD

Hawkeye Ten Conference 

Lewis Central 11 Red Oak 0

Corner Conference

Sidney 8 Griswold 3

Western Iowa Conference

AHSTW 14 IKM-Manning 1

Tri-Center 9 Audubon 1

Logan-Magnolia 8 Riverside 0

Treynor 6 Missouri Valley 5

Pride of Iowa Conference

Lenox 9 East Union 7

Nodaway Valley 8 Central Decatur 1

Bedford at Wayne

Rolling Valley Conference

Coon Rapids-Bayard 7 Boyer Valley 0

West Harrison 5 Exira/EHK 4 — 8 inn

Bluegrass Conference

Ankeny Christian at Seymour

Non-Conference

Denison-Schleswig 7 MVAOCOU 5

Harlan 6 Sergeant Bluff-Luton 4

Spencer 10 Sioux City West 9

KMAland Softball (6/21): Sidney, Riverside, West Harrison big winners

(KMAland) -- Here's the softball in KMAland from Friday.

CORNER: Sidney 7 Griswold 5

Olivia Larsen had three hits, including a triple, and Faith Brumbaugh went 2-for-3 with an RBI. 

Lydia Greiman was 2-for-3 with a double, a single and an RBI while Jordyn Main had two singles and two RBI. Kacey Danker pitched in two hits and an RBI, and Brenna Rossell also had two hits.

WIC: Treynor 9 Missouri Valley 0 

Sydni Huisman had 10 strikeouts in the circle and homered at the plate for Treynor. Kennedy Elwood and Stella Umphreys had two hits each for the Cardinals.

WIC: Riverside 6 Logan-Magnolia 3 

The Bulldogs scored five runs in the top of the seventh to pick up a key WIC win.

POI: Central Decatur 14 Nodaway Valley 3 

Maizee Lindsey had a home run among four hits and drove in three to lead Central Decatur in the win. Alaina Applegate also had two hits and drove in four for the Cardinals.

Natalie Yonker led Nodaway Valley with two hits and an RBI.

RVC: West Harrison 8 Exira/EHK 5 

Cheyanne Rife and Emily McIntosh had three hits each, and Sydney Sherer and Sabrian Rife finished with two hits apiece in the win for West Harrison. McIntosh and Rife had two RBI each.

Macy Emgarten finished with three hits, and Shay Burmeister and Makenzie Riley had two hits apiece for the Spartans.


SOFTBALL SCOREBOARD

Corner Conference

Sidney 7 Griswold 5

Western Iowa Conference

Audubon 11 Tri-Center 2

Riverside 6 Logan-Magnolia 3

Treynor 9 Missouri Valley 0

Pride of Iowa Conference

Central Decatur 14 Nodaway Valley 3

Bedford at Wayne

Rolling Valley Conference

West Harrison 8 Exira/EHK 5

Missouri River Conference

Sergeant Bluff-Luton 6 Sioux City North 2

Bluegrass Conference

Seymour at Diagonal

Spencer Tournament

Spencer 2 Denison-Schleswig 0

Columbus Catholic 3 Denison-Schleswig 1

KMAland Baseball (6/20): Glenwood's Van Ness, Bedford's Sefrit lead teams to victory

(KMAland) -- Glenwood’s Van Ness smashed, LC edged Clarinda, Red Oak & DS & Creston & St. Albert split, Lo-Ma upended T-C, Underwood stayed hot, Sefrit shoved in a Bedford win, TJ split with SBL and more.

H-10: Lewis Central 5 Clarinda 3 

Jake Powell went five innings and struck out eight, allowing just two runs on three hits to get the win.

H-10: Denison-Schleswig 3 Red Oak 0 (Game 1)

H-10: Red Oak 16 Denison-Schleswig 13 (Game 2) 

Game 1: Braiden Heiden struck out eight and threw a four-hit complete game shutout while Jack Mendlik and Nathan Gallup had two hits each for the Monarchs.

Dawson Bond, Carter Bruce, Garrett Couse and Mitchell Johnson all had one hit each for the Tigers.

Game 2: Red Oak used an eight-run fifth to take a wild win and earn the split. Colton Kinnison went 3-for-4 with a home run, four RBI and three runs scored. Cam Vanderhoff, Wyatt Sederburg and Mitchell Johnson all had two hits for the Tigers.

Jack Mendlik and Carter Wessel led Denison-Schleswig with three hits each, and Sean Moran and Jaden Petersen had two hits apiece.

H-10: Glenwood 15 Atlantic 4 

Cade Van Ness hit two three-run home runs in a 13-run fourth inning to lead Glenwood.

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

H-10: Creston 19 St. Albert 10 (Game 2)

Game 1: Eric Matthai had three hits and drove in a run, and Ethan Bernard added two hits for the Falcons in the win. 

Evan Bruce had two hits for Creston while Gavin Gillam hit his third home run of the season. 

Game 2: Creston had a nine-run first and an eight-run seventh to make for 17 of their 19 runs. Gavin Gillam was 4-for-6 with four RBI, and Eli Loudon had a home run among two hits and drove in four.

Cy Patterson led St. Albert with two hits and four RBI while Brett Klusman went 3-for-3 with three RBI and three runs scored, and Lance Wright and Ethan Bernard had two hits each.

NC: Lenox 8 Griswold 0  

Johnathan Weaver led Lenox with three hits, two RBI and two runs scored, and Brad Larson added two hits, two RBI and two stolen bases. Zach Schmitz struck out 10 in 6 2/3 shutout innings to get the win.

WIC: Logan-Magnolia 4 Tri-Center 1 

Trevor Wills struck out 15 and allowed just one run in seven innings for Logan-Magnolia in the win. Chase Maguire drove in two runs to lead the Panthers on offense.

Kyle Siebels went six innings, struck out five and allowed just two earned runs for the Trojans. Trent Kozeal drove in a run to lead the offense.

WIC: Underwood 14 IKM-Manning 3 

Drake Adair, Blake Hall, Nick Ravlin and Coby Fink all drove in two runs for the Eagles in the win. 

Nolan Ramsey had two RBI for the Wolves.

WIC: Audubon 11 AHSTW 1 

Jackson Jensen struck out nine in five innings and gave up just one run on five hits to lead Audubon. Gavin Smith had two hits, including a triple, and drove in two, and Derek Porsch had three RBI.

Sam Porter had two hits and an RBI for AHSTW while Clayton Akers had a single and scored a run.

POI: Bedford 6 Nodaway Valley 2 

Brennan Sefrit threw six three-hit innings and struck out eight to get the win for Bedford. 

Sefrit also had a home run, a double and a single at the plate, and Dylan Swaney added three hits and two RBI. Shay Purdy chipped in two hits and three RBI for the Bulldogs.

Tyler Vandewater had two doubles for Nodaway Valley in the defeat.

POI: Martensdale-St. Marys 24 Wayne 1 

Jack Franey was 3-for-3 with three runs scored, and Cael Cassady drove in three for the Blue Devils in the win.

RVC: Ar-We-Va 7 Exira/EHK 1 

Henry Segebart struck out 10 in a complete game three-hitter for Ar-WE-Va. Keegan Simons and Cooper Kock had three hits each, and Will Ragaller and Drew SChurke had two apiece. Schurke and Kock each drove in two runs.

RVC: Coon Rapids-Bayard 10 Glidden-Ralston 0 

Kade Schlepp, Preston McAlister and Josh Ramirez combined on a no-hitter and 10 strikeouts. Schlepp led the offense with two hits and two RBI. 

Jared Free and Karter Kennebeck had two stolen bases each for Glidden-Ralston. 

MRC: Sergeant Bluff-Luton 12 Thomas Jefferson 9 (Game 1)

MRC: Thomas Jefferson 10 Sergeant Bluff-Luton 9 (Game 2) 

Game 1: Grant Merk had two hits and two RBI, and Ryan Steinspring and Jared Thompson score three runs each for TJ.

Game 2: Tucker Rowe was 2-for-5 with four RBI, and Jacob Schuester added three hits and two RBI for the Jackets.

BLUEGRASS: Lamoni 4 Murray 1 

Jaiden Rivera threw a complete game to get the win for Lamoni. 

Brycen Wookey hit a solo home run for Murray.

BLUEGRASS: Ankeny Christian 21 Orient-Macksburg 0 

Ben McDermott went 3-for-5 with four RBI and scored two runs while Jayce Goergen, Alex Carosone and Keenan Jacobs had three RBI each.

BLUEGRASS: Moulton-Udell 5 Melcher-Dallas 4 — 12 inn 

Moulton-Udell won a 12-inning battle, leaning on Wyatt Stansberry (6.1 IP) and Clayton Morlan (5.2 IP), who combined to strike out 21 batters.

Stansberry and Morlan had three hits each at the plate with Morlan doubling and driving in three.


BASEBALL SCOREBOARD

Hawkeye Ten Conference

Lewis Central 5 Clarinda 3

Denison-Schleswig 3 Red Oak 0 (Game 1)

Red Oak 16 Denison-Schleswig 13 (Game 2)

Glenwood 15 Atlantic 4

St. Albert 10 Creston 2 (Game 1)

Creston 19 St. Albert 10 (Game 2)

Western Iowa Conference

Underwood 14 IKM-Manning 3

Logan-Magnolia 4 Tri-Center 1

Audubon 11 AHSTW 1

Missouri Valley 18 Riverside 1

Pride of Iowa Conference

Bedford 6 Nodaway Valley 2

Martensdale-St. Marys 24 Wayne 1

Rolling Valley Conference

Ar-We-Va 7 Exira/EHK 1

Coon Rapids-Bayard 10 Glidden-Ralston 0

CAM 12 Woodbine 3 (Game 1)

CAM 12 Woodbine 3 (Game 2)

Missouri River Conference

Sergeant Bluff-Luton 12 Thomas Jefferson 9 (Game 1)

Thomas Jefferson 10 Sergeant Bluff-Luton 9 (Game 2)

Bluegrass Conference

Ankeny Christian 21 Orient-Macksburg 0

Moravia at Mormon Trail

Moulton-Udell 5 Melcher-Dallas 4 — 12 inn

Lamoni 4 Murray 1

Twin Cedars 7 Seymour 2

Non-Conference

West Harrison 12 Fremont-Mills 6

Lenox 8 Griswold 0

KMAland Softball (6/20): H-10 sweeps, AL takes two, Berndt perfect, Mo Valley nabs big win

(KMAland) -- Sweeps for Harlan, LC, D-S, Glenwood & Creston + Mo Valley edged Riverside, Bedford beat NV in 10, Wayne’s Berndt was perfect, AL sweeps TJ, another no-hitter for Stoaks and more.

H-10: Harlan 5 Shenandoah 0 (Game 1)

H-10: Harlan 5 Shenandoah 2 (Game 2) 

Game 1: Morgan Schaben smashed her fifth home run and struck out 14 in a two-hit shutout.

Delanie Voshell and Alexis McGinnis had hits for Shenandoah. 

Game 2: Schaben added two more hits and an RBI, and Kate Heithoff and Aurora Miller also had a two-hit game. Jordan Heese had a double and drove in two behind the pitching of Tianna Kasperbauer, who had seven strikeouts and allowed six hits.

Nichole Gilbert had two hits and two RBI for Shenandoah while Logan Hughes, Natalie Gilbert, Claire Adkins and Cayley Lorimor also hit safely for the Fillies.

H-10: Denison-Schleswig 9 Red Oak 8 (Game 1)

H-10: Denison-Schleswig 16 Red Oak 4 (Game 2) 

Game 1: Alex Mohr had two hits and drove in four, and Sarah Heilesen added three hits, including a home run. Paige Armijo also homered, singled and drove in two, and Kayla Rauch and Kambrie Dau added two hits apiece.

Lexi Johnson hit a three-run home run, walked twice and scored twice, and Alexa McCunn had two hits and scored a run. 

Game 2: Heilesen hit two grand slam home runs and drove in eight runs, and Paige Armijo and Kayla Rauch had two RBI apiece.

Chloe Johnson had two hits and a walk, and Ashlee Young went 3-for-3 with a run scored.

H-10: Glenwood 6 Atlantic 4 (Game 1)

H-10: Glenwood 10 Atlantic 8 (Game 2) 

Game 1: Brianna Gerhardt doubled, tripled and picked up the win in the circle. Cameron Rounds had two hits for the Rams.

Game 2: Glenwood had 14 hits and scored six runs with two outs in the sixth inning.

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

H-10: Creston 19 St. Albert 10 (Game 2)

Saige Rice, Sara Keeler, Emma Hanson and Gracie Hagle all hit home runs for Creston in the sweep.

NC: Lenox 10 Griswold 0 

Kayla Yzaguirre had three hits, including a double, and McKinna Hogan and Caitlyn Maynes also had two hits apiece to lead a 12-hit attack for Lenox. TJ Stoaks finished a no-hitter with 12 strikeouts to get the win.

WIC: Logan-Magnolia 16 Tri-Center 0 

Alexis Christians and Macanna Guritz hit back-to-back home runs in the first inning to get Lo-Ma started.

WIC: Missouri Valley 5 Riverside 3 

Payton Hilts led Missouri Valley with two hits and drove in three runs behind the solid pitching of Ashlyn Cook, who scattered seven hits and gave up just three runs in six innings. Julia Janssen threw the seventh to get the save.

McKenna Clausen added three hits, and Carter Crispin and Emma Jimmerson added two hits each.

POI: Wayne 13 Martensdale-St. Marys 0 

Sterling Berndt threw a perfect game for Wayne.

RVC: West Harrison 8 Exira/EHK 1 

Haley Koch had three hits and four RBI for the Hawkeyes while Cheyanne Rife chipped in three hits and two RBI. Emily McIntosh, Sydney Sherer and Sabrina Rife also had two hits.

Shay Burmeister led Exira/EHK with two hits and an RBI.

RVC: CAM 6 Woodbine 2 (Game 1)

RVC: Woodbine 11 Woodbine 4 (Game 2) 

Game 1: Amanda Foster and Brianna Baker led Woodbine with two hits apiece.

Game 2: Jayde Clark was 3-for-3 with three RBI, and Alex Niedermyer added two hits and drove in a run for the Tigers. 

BLUEGRASS: Murray 9 Lamoni 2 

Kayla Wookey struck out 11 in five innings to get the win for Murray. Cameron Martin went deep for Lamoni.


SOFTBALL SCOREBOARD

Hawkeye Ten Conference

Harlan 5 Shenandoah 0 (Game 1)

Harlan 5 Shenandoah 2 (Game 2)

Lewis Central 11 Clarinda 1 (Game 1)

Lewis Central 5 Clarinda 4 (Game 2)

Denison-Schleswig 9 Red Oak 8 (Game 1)

Denison-Schleswig 16 Red Oak 4 (Game 2)

Glenwood 6 Atlantic 4 (Game 1)

Glenwood 10 Atlantic 8 (Game 2)

Creston 17 St. Albert 0 (Game 1)

Creston 12 St. Albert 0 (Game 2)

Western Iowa Conference

Underwood 9 IKM-Manning 2

AHSTW 8 Audubon 3

Logan-Magnolia 16 Tri-Center 0

Missouri Valley 5 Riverside 3

Pride of Iowa Conference

Bedford 12 Nodaway Valley 7 — 10 inn

Wayne 13 Martensdale-St. Marys 0

Rolling Valley Conference

West Harrison 8 Exira/EHK 1

CAM 6 Woodbine 2 (Game 1)

Woodbine 11 Woodbine 4 (Game 2)

Missouri River Conference

Abraham Lincoln 7 Thomas Jefferson 5 (Game 1)

Abraham Lincoln 10 Thomas Jefferson 0 (Game 2)

Sioux City East 6 Sioux City West 2

Bluegrass Conference

Orient-Macksburg 8 Diagonal 4

Moravia at Mormon Trail

Melcher-Dallas at Moulton-Udell

Murray 9 Lamoni 2

Twin Cedars 11 Seymour 3

Non-Conference

Lenox 10 Griswold 0

East Sac County at Ar-We-Va

Le Mars 10 Sergeant Bluff-Luton 1

KMAland Baseball (6/19): St. Albert sweeps D-S, T-C edges MO Valley, big RVC win for CRB

(KMAland) -- Clarinda and Glenwood split, St. Albert swept D-S, Lenox took down F-M, T-C edged Mo Valley, a big RVC win for CRB & more from the night in KMAland baseball.

H-10: Glenwood 9 Clarinda 0 (Game 1) 

H-10: Clarinda 8 Glenwood 6 (Game 2)

Game 1: Pierce Harrington struck out eight and allowed just one hit in six shutout innings for the Rams. Ethan Fisher went 2-for-2 with four runs scored, and Michael Radford drove in three runs to lead the offense.

Game 2: Clarinda scored seven runs in the third inning to lead them to the win.

Logan Strong went 3-for-3, stole three bases and drove in a run to lead the Rams. Eli Bales and Kaden Wray had two hits each with Wray driving in a pair of runs.

H-10: St. Albert 11 Denison-Schleswig 6 (Game 1) 

H-10: St. Albert 3 Denison-Schleswig 1 (Game 2)

Game 1: Cy Patterson homered and drove in three runs for St. Albert while Jeff Miller went 2-for-3 with an RBI and Ryan Genereux drove in two. Reed Miller chipped in a pair of hits.

Jack Mendlik led Denison-Schleswig with two RBI, and Carter Wessel went 1-for-2 with two runs scored.

Game 2: Patterson stayed hot with a pair of hits, and Isaac Sherrill and Reed Miller drove in one run each to lead the Falcons behind the stellar pitching of Lance Wright. Wright allowed one unearned run on three hits and struck out four in seven innings.

Jack Mendlik threw well for Denison-Schleswig, allowing three runs on six hits while striking out three and walking two. Braiden Heiden, Nathan Gallup and Sean Moran all had one hit each for the Monarchs.

H-10: Lewis Central 2 Kuemper Catholic 0 

Easton Dermody and Jordan Wardlow combined on a no-hit effort in Lewis Central Coach Lee Toole's 900th career victory.

NC: Harlan 6 Sioux City East 3 (Game 1) 

NC: Harlan 5 Sioux City East 2 (Game 2) 

Game 1: Connor Bruck went all seven innings, struck out four and allowed three unearned runs on six hits. Brett Sears and Isaiah Ahrenholtz had two hits each, and Derec Weyer added a double and two RBI.

Game 2: Sears tossed all seven innings, struck out six and gave up two runs on five hits. Luke Schaben and Brenden Bartley had two RBI apiece for the Cyclones.

NC: Lenox 14 Fremont-Mills 2 

Brad Larson went 1-for-2 with an RBI, three runs scored and two stolen bases to lead Lenox while Walon Cook added a hit, two runs and two walks. Cullen Wood was the winning pitcher with six strikeouts and just one earned run allowed in five innings.

Seth Malcom, Brock Hetzel and Kyler Owens all hit safely for the Knights.

NC: East Mills 8 Whiting 4 

East Mills scored six runs in the fifth on their way to the win. Michael Schafer was 2-for-3 with two RBI and a run scored, and Riley Story added a pair of hits. Jackson Wray also drove in two runs for the Wolverines. 

Wray threw six innings, struck out six and allowed three earned runs to get the win.

WIC: Tri-Center 4 Missouri Valley 1 

Leyton Nelson drove in a pair of runs behind another strong pitching performance from Kaleb Smith, who struck out three in seven innings and drove in a run of his own.

Ethan Lengfelder added an RBI, and Alec Fichter struck out five in six innings to take the tough-luck loss.

WIC: Logan-Magnolia 8 AHSTW 3 (Game 1)

WIC: Logan-Magnolia 11 AHSTW 10 (Game 2)

Game 1: Joel Richardson went 3-for-3 with two doubles and scored twice, and Barret Pitt added three hits and an RBI. Colton Hanlon and Jacob Fetter chipped in two hits and two RBI apiece

Brody Langer led AHSTW with a 3-for-4 night, including two RBI. Joey Cunningham, Joey Goins and Sam Porter also added two hits apiece.

Game 2: Lo-Ma had 13 hits on their way to the win. Hanlon led with four hits, including a double, a home run and five RBI. Dylan Cunard added three hits and two RBI, and Trevor Wills had two hits and an RBI. Richardson went 1-for-1 with four walks, three stolen bases, three runs scored and an RBI.

AHSTW's Lane Nelson went 3-for-4 with three RBI, and Cunningham and Gabe Madsen added three hits of their own. Langer also had two hits and drove in a run.

NC: Underwood 10 Abraham Lincoln 6 

Underwood used a seven-run fifth inning to pick up the non-conference win. Kyler Rodenburg had three hits, drove in a run and scored twice, and Zach Teten had two hits and three RBI. 

Tyler Boothby chipped in a pair of hits, including a double, and drove in a run for the Eagles, and Nick Ravlin had a double and two RBI. 

Hunter Nice had a double and two RBI, and Tyler Rardin finished with two hits and two RBI for the Lynx.

NC: Nodaway Valley 16 Orient-Macksburg 1 

Mason Mather threw five innings and gave up just four hits in the win. Caelen DeVault, Cole Shike and Brady Hilpipre all had three hits with Hilpipre blasting his second home run of the season. Mason Menefee added two hits and three RBI.

RVC: West Harrison 16 Glidden-Ralston 1 

West Harrison scored 12 runs in the fifth inning to put the game away. Nick Clark went 2-for-3 with a triple, a home run and four RBI, and Nick Rife had two hits and drove in three runs. Mason King added two hits, two RBI and two runs scored.

Grant Gilgen threw five strong innings, struck out five and allowed just one run on four hits.

Greg Ridgley, Grant Borkowski, Holden Hein and Jackson Sklenar all had hits for the Wildcats.

RVC: Coon Rapids-Bayard 3 Ar-We-Va 1 

Quentin Culbertson threw 5 1/3 innings and struck out eight in the win. Christian Cook was 4-for-4 with a double and two RBI, and Kade Schlepp added two hits for the Crusaders.

Drew Schurke struck out seven in 6 2/3 innings to take the loss. Cooper Kock had a hit and scored a run, and Keegan Simons drove in the lone run for Ar-WE-va.

RVC: Woodbine 9 Boyer Valley 1 

Layne Pryor went 3-for-4 with an RBI, and Alex Bantam had a triple among two hits and drove in two to lead the Woodbine offense. Cory Bantam threw six innings, struck out 11 and allowed just one hit.

Hunter Soma, Kyle Hast and Lucas Berens hit safely for BV.

NC: CAM, Anita 11 West Central Valley 2 

Mitchell Williamson was 3-for-4 with a double and two RBI, and Kolby Nelson and Isaac Bower drove in two runs each for the Cougars. 

MRC: Bishop Heelan Catholic 9 Sioux City West 7 (Game 1) 

MRC: Sioux City West 11 Bishop Heelan Catholic 4 (Game 2)

Game 1: Trent Hope had two hits and drove in two runs to lead Bishop Heelan in the win.

Game 2: Ian Gill had four hits for Heelan, and Mike Pithan added three hits and an RBI in the loss.


BASEBALL SCOREBOARD

Hawkeye Ten Conference

Glenwood 9 Clarinda 0 (Game 1)

Clarinda 8 Glenwood 6 (Game 2)

St. Albert 11 Denison-Schleswig 6 (Game 1)

St. Albert 3 Denison-Schleswig 1 (Game 2)

Lewis Central 2 Kuemper Catholic 0

Western Iowa Conference

Logan-Magnolia 8 AHSTW 3 (Game 1)

Logan-Magnolia 11 AHSTW 10 (Game 2)

Tri-Center 4 Missouri Valley 1

Rolling Valley Conference 

West Harrison 16 Glidden-Ralston 1

Coon Rapids-Bayard 3 Ar-We-Va 1

Woodbine 9 Boyer Valley 1

Missouri River Conference

Bishop Heelan Catholic 9 Sioux City West 7 (Game 1)

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

Non-Conference

Harlan 6 Sioux City East 3 (Game 1)

Harlan 5 Sioux City East 2 (Game 2)

East Mills 8 Whiting 4

Lenox 14 Fremont-Mills 2

Underwood 10 Abraham Lincoln 6

Nodaway Valley 16 Orient-Macksburg 1

ACGC 17 East Union 7

CAM, Anita 11 West Central Valley 2

KMAland Softball (6/19): Huisman reaches strikeout milestone in Treynor win

(KMAland) -- Glenwood swept Clarinda, Atlantic doubled up Kuemper, Harlan rolled, St. Albert walked off, Lenox shut out F-M, Huisman reached a milestone & more from the night of KMAland softball.

H-10: Glenwood 12 Clarinda 1 (Game 1)

H-10: Glenwood 13 Clarinda 0 (Game 2) 

Game 1: Brianna Gerhardt allowed just three hits and one unearned run while striking out six in six innings. Gerhardt also went 3-for-4 with a home run, two doubles and four RBI at the plate.

Brooklyn Taylor added a home run among two hits, Brielle Smith had two hits and scored three times and Taryn Bertini was 2-for-4 with a double, triple and three RBI.

Game 2: Sydney Biermann threw a three-inning no-hitter with a trio of strikeouts. She also went 3-for-3 with two RBI, and Brielle Smith had three runs scored and three stolen bases.

H-10: Atlantic 8 Kuemper Catholic 4 

Baylee Newell, Madison Botos and Kennedy Goergen all had two hits with Goergen driving in a pair of runs. Newell, Alyssa Derby and Olivia Engler also had an RBI.

Alli Mertz and Cassidy Christensen had three hits each for the Knights. Mertz scored twice, and Christensen drove in a pair of runs.

NC: Harlan 10 Abraham Lincoln 0 

Julia Schechinger went 3-for-4 with two doubles and two RBI, and Morgan Schaben finished with two hits and five RBI to lead Harlan. Kate Heithoff and Aurora Miller also had three hits apiece, and Jordan Heese chipped in two safeties.

Schaben threw a six-inning no-hitter with 11 strikeouts and four walks for the Cyclones.

NC: St. Albert 2 Underwood 1 

St. Albert scored two runs in the bottom of the seventh to pick up a walk-off win.

NC: Sergeant Bluff-Luton 10 Lewis Central 0 

Emma Christensen had three hits, and Madelyn Mogensen and Kylie Kerr both hit home runs and combined to drive in five runs for SBL.

NC: Lenox 10 Fremont-Mills 0 

TJ Stoaks struck out 11 in a complete game shutout for Lenox, which had 15 hits behind her. Cassidy Nelson had four of them with two doubles and three RBI while McKinna Hogan, Stoaks and Morgan Parrish had two hits apiece. Kayla Yzaguirre added a double and three RBI.

Liz Bartles had a double and Taylor Morgan a single for Fremont-Mills.

WIC: Treynor 7 Riverside 0 

Sydni Huisman struck out 10 and went over 1,000 for her career to lead Treynor in the win. Bella Dingus doubled and tripled, and Konnor Sudmann added a pair of hits for the Cardinals.

WIC: AHSTW 12 IKM-Manning 1 

Katie Anzalone hit her first home run of the season to lead AHSTW.

Lexi Branning, Joanna Freese, Sammy Halbur and Jessica Christensen all had one hit each.

WIC: Missouri Valley 16 Tri-Center 8 

Ashlyn Cook went 3-for-6 with a home run, three RBI, three runs scored and two stolen bases to lead Missouri Valley. Payton Hilts added two doubles, a triple, three RBI and four runs scored.

Maddy Lager went 4-for-5 with two RBI, and Carter Crispin, McKenna Clausen and Emma Jimmerson had two hits apiece for the Lady Reds.

NC: Nodaway Valley 15 Orient-Macksburg 10 

Natalie Yonker had a home run among two hits and drove in four runs to lead a 14-hit attack for Nodaway Valley.

McKynli and McKynna Newbury had three hits each and combined to score four runs and drive in three. Alyssa Davis added two hits and two RBI, and Lexi Shike pitched in two hits and three runs scored. Maddax DeVault also had a hit and two RBI.

Orient-Macksburg’s Caitlyn Gist finished with three hits, three RBI and three runs scored, and Sammi Long had two hits and two RBI. Christa Cass added two hits and scored twice.

RVC: West Harrison 8 Glidden-Ralston 7 

West Harrison scored three runs in the seventh to rally for the win. Haleigh Rife had the go-ahead two-RBI hit and finished with a pair of base knocks to lead the charge.

Haley Koch added two hits and two RBI, Chloe Gilgen had two hits and two runs scored and Lydia Gilgen also had two base hits. Emily McIntosh blasted her second home run of the season.

Whitney Reever had two hits, scored twice and drove in a run to lead Glidden-Ralston while Talia Schon and Gretchen Wallace had two hits each.

RVC: Ar-We-Va 4 Coon Rapids-Bayard 3 

Ar-We-Va walked off a winner on a Leslie Luft base hit.

Cora McAlister had 10 strikeouts in the circle for Coon Rapids-Bayard while Lexie Davis went 2-for-4 to lead the offense.

RVC: Woodbine 13 Boyer Valley 3 

Jayde Clark went 3-for-3 with five RBI, Amanda Foster added a 4-for-4 day with two RBI and Alex Niedermyer chipped in two hits and two RBI for Woodbine.

Kylie Petersen had two hits and two RBI, and Leah Cooper and Jaci Petersen finished with a pair of hits to lead Boyer Valley.


SOFTBALL SCOREBOARD

Hawkeye Ten Conference 

Glenwood 12 Clarinda 1 (Game 1)

Glenwood 13 Clarinda 0 (Game 2)

Atlantic 8 Kuemper Catholic 4

Western Iowa Conference

AHSTW 12 IKM-Manning 1

Treynor 7 Riverside 0

Missouri Valley 16 Tri-Center 8

Rolling Valley Conference 

West Harrison 8 Glidden-Ralston 7

Ar-We-Va 4 Coon Rapids-Bayard 3

Woodbine 13 Boyer Valley 3

Non-Conference

St. Albert 2 Underwood 1

Harlan 10 Abraham Lincoln 0

Sergeant Bluff-Luton 10 Lewis Central 0

East Mills 10 Whiting 5

Lenox 10 Fremont-Mills 0

Nodaway Valley 15 Orient-Macksburg 10

Madrid 11 Southeast Warren 5

Clarke 11 Martensdale-St. Marys 1

West Central Valley 4 CAM, Anita 2

Bishop Heelan Catholic 11 Lawton-Bronson 7

Twin Cedars at Eddyville-Blakesburg-Fremont

KMAland Softball (6/18): York's bomb leads Stanton/Essex in big win over Mount Ayr

(KMAland) -- Stanton/Essex got an impressive win over state-ranked Mount Ayr, Bedford routed Southwest Valley, Murray got a sweep and much more from the KMAland softball on Tuesday.

NC: Stanton/Essex 5 Mount Ayr 2 

Sami York blasted a three-run home run, Ali Silvius had three hits and Jenna Stephens added a pair of hits for Stanton/Essex. Elise Dailey picked up the win in the circle.

POI: Bedford 14 Southwest Valley 2 

Bedford scored 11 runs in the opening inning and cruised to the victory.

Southwest Valley’s Camryn Johnston and Ryan Mullen had RBI singles for the Timberwolves.

POI: Wayne 4 Central Decatur 1 

Wayne scored three in the seventh to get the win. Sterling Berndt, Camryn Jacobsen and Emily Jones had two hits apiece for the Falcons.  Berndt threw all seven innings, gave up two hits and struck out 16 to get the win.

Central Decatur had just one hit - from Maizee Lindsey. Kylee Rockhold struck out eight and allowed zero earned runs.

POI: Southeast Warren 7 East Union 2 

Alivia Ruble had 11 strikeouts in a complete game effort.

NC: Boyer Valley 14 Whiting 10  

Nicole Behrendt led Boyer Valley with three hits and two RBI while Lexi Miller added two hits and two RBI. Leah Cooper, Kylie Petersen and Jaci Petersen all added two hits each.

BLUEGRASS: Murray 12 Diagonal 0 (Game 1) 

BLUEGRASS: Murray 17 Diagonal 0 (Game 2)

Game 1: Bre Klein threw a one-hit shutout with seven strikeouts in the three-inning win. Michelle McBurney went 3-for-3 with a double and two RBI, and Hailey Chew and Kayla Wookey had two hits apiece. 

Game 2: Kendra Boles hit a three-run shot, and Kayla Wookey had a one-hitter of her own. Klein had two hits and three RBI.

BLUEGRASS: Twin Cedars 5 Moravia 2 

Kaya DesPlanque went 2-for-3 with a double and an RBI, and Brooke Roby drove in two runs for Twin Cedars, which scored all five runs in the second inning. Grace Bailey struck out five and gave up two runs on four hits to get the win.

Jessica Self drove in both runs for Moravia, and Isabel Hanes went 2-for-4 with two runs scored.

BLUEGRASS: Lamoni 18 Moulton-Udell 6

 Cameron Martin was 4-for-4 with two doubles, and Leslie Guyer had a triple among her four hits for Lamoni. Ashten Adams and Briana Fonseca added three hits apiece.


SOFTBALL SCOREBOARD

Pride of Iowa Conference

Bedford 14 Southwest Valley 2

Wayne 4 Central Decatur 1

Southeast Warren 7 East Union 2

Missouri River Conference

Sergeant Bluff-Luton 7 Sioux City East 6

Bluegrass Conference

Murray 12 Diagonal 0 (Game 1)

Murray 17 Diagonal 0 (Game 2)

Seymour 10 Orient-Macksburg 1

Twin Cedars 5 Moravia 2

Lamoni 18 Moulton-Udell 6

Melcher-Dallas 12 Mormon Trail 0

Non-Conference

Stanton/Essex 5 Mount Ayr 2

Boyer Valley 14 Whiting 10

KMAland Baseball (6/18): Boyer Valley, Lamoni, Mount Ayr among winners on Tuesday

(KMAland) -- Boyer Valley took down Whiting, Mount Ayr knocked off Stanton, Lamoni got a shutout and much more from the night in KMAland baseball.

NC: Mount Ayr 7 Stanton 2 

Drake Johnson went 2-for-4 with a home run for Stanton in the loss.

NC: Boyer Valley 10 Whiting 3 

Lucas Berens hit 3-for-3 with three runs batted in, and Dylan Berens had two hits and two RBI. Kyle Hast and Ethan Hanigan added a pair of hits.

Hunter Soma was the winning pitcher, throwing seven innings with seven strikeouts and three runs allowed.

POI: Central Decatur 9 Wayne 8 

Michel Evertsen was 3-for-3 with a triple and five RBI to lead Central Decatur in the win.

NC: Martensdale-St. Marys 8 Woodward-Granger 7 

Woodward-Granger scored five in the sixth to tie the game, but Martensdale-St. Marys put up one in the seventh to get the win.

Cole Cassady was 2-for-4 with an RBI, and Trey Baker had a double and drove in two.

BLUEGRASS: Lamoni 12 Moulton-Udell 0 

Stephen Ansong was 2-for-2 with three RBI, and Bode Dykens, Javin Evans and Cael Ogier all drove in two runs each for Lamoni.

BLUEGRASS: Ankeny Christian Academy 11 Murray 5 (Game 1)

BLUEGRASS: Ankeny Christian Academy 15 Murray 4 (Game 2

Game 1: Alex Carosone was 2-for-4 with a double and three RBI to lead Ankeny Christian. 

Game 2: ACA had a 12-run fifth inning to pull away for the win.


BASEBALL SCOREBOARD

Pride of Iowa Conference

Southwest Valley Bedford SUSPENDED IN 6TH INNING

Central Decatur 9 Wayne 8

Southeast Warren 12 East Union 2

Missouri River Conference

Sioux City East 5 Sergeant Bluff-Luton 3 (Game 1)

Sioux City East 7 Sergeant Bluff-Luton 5 — 9 inn (Game 2)

Bluegrass Conference

Ankeny Christian Academy 11 Murray 5 (Game 1)

Ankeny Christian Academy 15 Murray 4 (Game 2)

Lamoni 12 Moulton-Udell 0

Mormon Trail at Melcher-Dallas

Moravia 5 Twin Cedars 4 -- 8 inn

Seymour 8 Orient-Macksburg 0

Non-Conference

Mount Ayr 7 Stanton 2

Martensdale-St. Marys 8 Woodward-Granger 7

Boyer Valley 10 Whiting 3

KMAland Baseball (6/17): Creston snaps Clarinda streak, East Mills rallies, CAM wins in extras

(KMAland) -- Creston beat Clarinda, Glenwood & St. Albert got sweeps, LC edged Kuemper, FM stayed hot, East Mills rallied, AHSTW & Audubon won tight WIC games, CAM won in extras & more from the night in KMAland baseball.

H-10: Creston 8 Clarinda 2 

Gavin Shawler tossed a complete game for Creston to snap Clarinda’s six-game win streak.

H-10: Glenwood 13 Red Oak 7 (Game 1)

H-10: Glenwood 8 Red Oak 3 (Game 2) 

Game 1: Cade Van Ness smashed a grand slam home run while Kaden Wray and Andrew Holiday added two RBI each.

Garrett Couse had two hits and two RBI, and Cam Vanderhoff a pair of hits for Red Oak.

Game 2: Michael Radford had two RBI to lead Glenwood in the victory. 

Carter Bruce and Mitchell Johnson had one RBI each for the Tigers.

H-10: St. Albert 12 Atlantic 1 (Game 1)

Cy Patterson went 4-for-5 with a home run, three RBI and three runs scored to lead the Falcons in a dominant performance. Brett Klusman added three hits, and Ryan Genereux, Isaac Sherrill and Reed Miller had two hits apiece.

Jeff Miller scattered four hits in five scoreless innings and struck out three to get the win.

Chase McLaren had two hits for Atlantic. 

H-10: St. Albert 12 Atlantic 2 (Game 2)

Ryan Genereux had two doubles and went 3-for-4 with two RBI and three runs scored to lead St. Albert. Lance Wright and Isaac Sherrill also had three hits each.

Ethan Bernard and Jeff Miller had two hits and two RBI, and Reed Miller finished with a pair of hits. Luke Hubbard tossed six innings to get the win, allowing two runs on four hits while striking out four.

Grant Sturm and Bodie Johnson each had an RBI for Atlantic.

H-10: Lewis Central 3 Kuemper Catholic 2 

Jonah Pomrenke had three hits and scored twice, and Easton Dermody drove in the game-winning run for Lewis Central in the win. Dermody struck out six in five innings, and Jordan Wardlow got the final four outs - all strikeouts - to get the win.

Blake Pottebaum had two hits for Kuemper Catholic. AJ Schreck threw 6 1/3 innings, striking out seven and giving up three runs in the tough-luck loss.

CORNER: Fremont-Mills 14 Essex/South Page 4 

Fremont-Mills scored the final 14 runs of the game. Colton Hauschild had three hits, including a double, and drove in two runs. Dylan Chambers and Oscar Lupercio added two hits each, and Kyler Owen went 1-for-3 with a double and three rBI.

Seth Malcom was the winning pitcher with five strikeouts in five innings, allowing one earned run on four hits.

CORNER: East Mills 6 Sidney 5 

East Mills scored four in the sixth and one in the seventh to walk-off a winner. Trevor Glockel drove in Anthony Rainey with the game-winning hit. Brody Gordon was 2-for-3 with two RBI in the win.

Michael Schafer was the winning pitcher with five strikeouts in seven innings.

WIC: Treynor 7 IKM-Manning 2 

Jaxon Schumacher went 2-for-2 with a single, a triple, two RBI and two runs scored, and Tommy Duysen drove in two for the Cardinals. Brenden Dingus threw 5 1/3 innings, gave up two unearned runs and struck out four to get the win.

Alex Lingle led IKM-Manning with two hits, and Ethan Carter drove in two runs.

WIC: Underwood 19 Riverside 0 

Underwood had eight doubles in their seventh straight win. Landon Nelson was 3-for-3 with two doubles and two RBI to lead the Eagles’ 17-hit attack.

Tyler Boothby added two doubles and three RBI, and Zach Teten had two doubles and two RBI.

WIC: AHSTW 3 Missouri Valley 2 

Lane Nelson had a two-run game-tying single, and AHSTW scored a batter later to walk-off a winner. Brody Langer had three hits while Clayton Akers added a pair of safeties to lead the Vikings.

WIC: Audubon 4 Logan-Magnolia 2 

Jackson Jensen went five innings and allowed two runs on five hits to lead the Wheelers. Marcus Olsen and Ethan Klocke had two hits each for the Wheelers, and Gavin Smith driven two runs.

Dylan Cunard and Jacob Fetter led Logan-Magnolia with two hits while Chase Maguire drove in two runs. Cunard threw all seven innings, struck out nine and took a tough-luck loss.

NC: Melcher-Dallas 12 East Union 11

The two teams combined for 24 hits and 17 walks in a wild win for Melcher-Dallas, which scored four in the third and five in the fourth.

Wyatt Carlson had three hits and three RBI for East Union. Gus McNeil, Ethan Mitchell and Kanyon Hunnington also had three hits apiece.

NC: Martensdale-St. Marys 12 Lamoni 0 

Matt Hughes threw five shutout innings, striking out two and allowing just four hits and a walk.

Cole Cassady went 3-for-3 with a double and three runs scored while Jack Franey, Trey Baker and Sean Miklus all had two RBI for the Blue Devils.

NC: Central Decatur 20 Murray 5 

Haden Leymaster and Dakota Davis drove in four runs each, and Michel Evertsen and Tyke Hullinger had two RBI apiece for the Cardinals.

Reece Held was 1-for-2 with a home run, three RBI and a run scored for Murray.

RVC: Woodbine 7 Glidden-Ralston 1 

Tyler Coberly struck out 12 in six innings and gave up just two runs on two hits and four walks to get the win.

Coberly led at the plate with a double among two hits and scored twice, and Layne Pryor went 2-for-2 with a home run, an RBI and four runs scored. Alex Bantam and Brandon Bantam had two RBI apiece.

Grant Borkowski, Jacob Hoxsie and Jared Free all hit safely for Glidden-Ralston in the loss.

RVC: Exira/Elk Horn-Kimballton 12 Boyer Valley 2 

Exira/EHK scored therein the first and fourth and four more in the seventh.

Adam Puck led Boyer valley with three hits and two runs.

RVC: CAM, Anita 7 Ar-We-Va 6 — 8 inn 

Lane Spieker had three hits, including a double, and scored twice to lead CAM in the win. Jacob Holste chipped in a hit and three runs scored, and Colby Rich and Mitchell Williamson had two RBI apiece.

Henry Segebart topped Ar-We-Va with three hits and three RBI, and Damon Ehlers had a hit and two RBI. Will Ragaller chipped in three hits and two runs, and Keegan Simons went 2-for-4.


BASEBALL SCOREBOARD

Hawkeye Ten Conference

Creston 8 Clarinda 2

Glenwood 13 Red Oak 7 (Game 1)

Glenwood 8 Red Oak 3 (Game 2)

St. Albert 12 Atlantic 2

St. Albert 12 Atlantic 1

Lewis Central 3 Kuemper Catholic 2

Corner Conference

Fremont-Mills 14 Essex/South Page 4

Stanton 7 Griswold 2

East Mills 6 Sidney 5

Western Iowa Conference

Treynor 7 IKM-Manning 2

Underwood 19 Riverside 0

Audubon 4 Logan-Magnolia 2

AHSTW 3 Missouri Valley 2

Rolling Valley Conference

Exira/Elk Horn-Kimballton 12 Boyer Valley 2

CAM, Anita 7 Ar-We-Va 6 — 8 inn

Woodbine 7 Glidden-Ralston 1

Non-Conference

Shenandoah 10 Bedford 6

Melcher-Dallas 12 East Union 11

Martensdale-St. Marys 12 Lamoni 0

Central Decatur 20 Murray 5 

Southeast Warren 5 Moravia 4

Southeast Warren 13 Moravia 5

KMAland Softball (6/17): Another gem for Stoaks, sweeps for Creston & Glenwood

(KMAland) -- Stoaks pitched Lenox over Shenandoah, sweeps for Creston & Glenwood, Corner wins for Griswold & Sidney, a shutout for Treynor, big win for Riverside and more from KMAland softball on Monday.

NC: Lenox 1 Shenandoah 0 

Lenox scored the lone run of the game in the first inning. TJ Stoaks struck out nine and scattered five hits to win a duel with Shenandoah’s Delanie Voshell, who had five strikeouts.

Cassidy Nelson and Morgan Parrish had two hits to lead the Lenox offense. Logan Hughes had a triple among two hits for the Fillies.

H-10: Creston 12 Clarinda 0 

Keely Coen threw a three-hit shutout with three strikeouts for Creston. Sara Keeler, Gracie Hagle, Saige Rice and Morgan Driskell all had two hits each. Keeler, Rice and Neveah Randall drove in two runs apiece.

Makayla Fichter, Hailee Knight and Kennedy Reed all hit safely for the Cardinals.

H-10: Creston 9 Clarinda 2 

Sara Keeler went 2-for-4 with two RBI, and Saige Rice added two RBI of her own for Creston. Maria Driskell and Brielle Baker added two hits with Baker driving in a pair of runs.

Kennedy Reed drove in a run for Clarinda, and Bryn Morgenstern, Addison Shane, Makayla Fichter, Jordyn McQueen and Hailee Knight also one hit each.

H-10: Glenwood 2 Red Oak 0 (Game 1)

H-10: Glenwood 14 Red Oak 1 (Game 2)

Game 1: Brianna Gerhardt gave up just four hits and struck out four in a complete game shutout for Glenwood.

Game 2: The Rams had 17 hits, including two home runs by Brielle Smith and one from Coryl Matheny. Sydney Biermann struck out five to get the win.

H-10: Kuemper Catholic 1 Lewis Central 0 

Chloe Venteicher threw a three-hit complete game shutout with five strikeouts and just one walk. Alli Mertz went 2-for-3 with an RBI to lead the offense.

Lewis Central's Megan Gittins struck out six and gave up one unearned run on four hits and a walk. 

CORNER: Griswold 6 Stanton/Essex 0 

Kacey Danker had two hits, two RBI and a run scored for Griswold, and Haylee Pennock added a pair of hits, two runs and an RBI. Brenna Rossell worked the shutout, allowing four hits and striking out four.

Sami York tripled, and Ali Silvius, Jenna Stephens and Marleigh Johnson added hits for Stanton/Essex.

CORNER: Sidney 8 East Mills 4 

Olivia Larsen went 3-for-3 with a triple, two RBI and three runs scored to lead the Sidney offense. Camryn McClintock added two hits and two RBI, and Sidnie Baier had a 1-for-3, two-run, one-RBI game.

Alex Knop led East Mills with two hits.

WIC: Treynor 5 IKM-Manning 0 

Sydni Huisman threw a no-hitter and struck out eight in the process. Reagan Darrah had two RBI, and Stella Umphreys and Tori Castle also hit safely.

WIC: Riverside 7 Underwood 3 

Gracie Bluml had three hits and scored three runs, and Izzy Bluml added a pair of hits and scored once. Meghan Reed added a double and two RBI behind Kenna Ford, who struck out four to get the win.

Erin McMains and Ashley Vanfossan had two hits apiece for Underwood.

WIC: AHSTW 6 Missouri Valley 4 

AHSTW scored five runs in the first two innings and held off some late rallies from Missouri Valley.

Ashlyn Cook had two hits and drove in a run, and Maddy Lager went 2-for-3 with a double, a triple and a run scored to lead Missouri Valley.

WIC: Audubon 3 Logan-Magnolia 0 

Kali Irlmeier threw all seven innings, struck out five and allowed just five hits in a shutout performance. Irlmeier, Sydney Beymer and Leah Subbert all drove in runs for the Wheelers.

NC: Murray 3 Central Decatur 2 — 9 inn 

Kayla Wookey struck out 17 to lead Murray in the win.

RVC: Exira/Elk Horn-Kimballton 9 Boyer Valley 0 

Macy Emgarten threw a shutout, striking out 10 and giving up one hit and four walks. Kami Waymire was 3-for-3 with a home run to lead the offense. Shay Burmeister added three RBI.

Kylie Petersen had the lone hit in the game for Boyer Valley. 

RVC: Glidden-Ralston 11 Woodbine 3 

Talia Schon, Morgan Koehler and Tianna Janssen all had three hits apiece while Macy Snyder and Whitney Reever drove in two runs apiece to lead the way for the Wildcats.

Amanda Heitman had two hits, and Amanda Foster doubled for Woodbine in the defeat.

RVC: CAM, Anita 7 Ar-We-Va 5  

Jadeyn Smith went 2-for-4 with a double and an RBI to lead Ar-We-Va in the defeat. Hannah Kraus added two hits, including her first home run of the season for the Rockets.


SOFTBALL SCOREBOARD

Hawkeye Ten Conference

Creston 12 Clarinda 0

Creston 9 Clarinda 2

Glenwood 2 Red Oak 0 (Game 1)

Glenwood 14 Red Oak 1 (Game 2)

Atlantic 13 St. Albert 1 (Game 1)

Atlantic 10 St. Albert 3 (Game 2)

Kuemper Catholic 1 Lewis Central 0

Corner Conference

Griswold 6 Stanton 0

Sidney 8 East Mills 4

Western Iowa Conference

Treynor 5 IKM-Manning 0

Riverside 7 Underwood 3

Audubon 3 Logan-Magnolia 0

AHSTW 6 Missouri Valley 4

Rolling Valley Conference

Exira/Elk Horn-Kimballton 9 Boyer Valley 0

CAM, Anita 7 Ar-We-Va 5 

Glidden-Ralston 11 Woodbine 3

Missouri River Conference

Sergeant Bluff-Luton 21 Thomas Jefferson 1 (Game 1)

Sergeant Bluff-Luton 17 Thomas Jefferson 2 (Game 2)

Sioux City North 15 Abraham Lincoln 5

Bluegrass Conference

Melcher-Dallas 15 Lamoni 2

Non-Conference

Lenox 1 Shenandoah 0

Bedford 7 Fremont-Mills 2

Southeast Warren 15 Moravia 5

Southeast Warren 6 Moravia 2

Wayne 3 Grand View Christian 2

Murray 3 Central Decatur 2 — 9 inn

Collins-Maxwell 15 Coon Rapids-Bayard 0

KMAland Softball (6/15): Results from Shen, TJ, D-S, East Sac, Griswold, Audubon, O-M, more

(KMAland) -- Results from softball tournaments at Shenandoah, TJ, Denison, East Sac, Fort Dodge, Oskaloosa, Griswold, Audubon, Orient-Macksburg and more.

SHENANDOAH TOURNAMENT

“Nothing came easy today,” Shenandoah coach Aaron Burdorf noted.

However, the Fillies went 2-1 to win their home tournament, beating out Stanton/Essex for the title thanks to a head-to-head tiebreak win. The Viqueens also went 2-1 while Missouri Valley took third and fourth, respectively, with 1-2 records for the day.

View some of the recaps submitted to KMA Sports below.

Shenandoah 11 Stanton/Essex 3 

Shenandoah won their eighth straight behind a 13-hit offensive attack. Nichole Gilbert had three hits and two RBI, and Logan Hughes and Courtnee Griffin added two hits sand two RBI apiece. Sara Morales also drove in two on one hit.

Voshell pitched six innings, struck out five and allowed three runs (two earned) on five hits and five walks.

Shelby Brockshus had two hits and drove in a run for Stanton/Essex.

Fremont-Mills 6 Shenandoah 4 

Fremont-Mills scored six runs in the second inning, including two each on hits from Malea Moore and Addi Meese. Moore, Taylor Morgan and Elizabeth Bartles had two hits apiece for the Knights.

Kendall Reed also had a nice afternoon in the circle, striking out nine and working around 11 hits and five walks to pick up the win.

Shenandoah had another 11 hits in the losing effort with Delanie Voshell, Nichole Gilbert, Sara Moreals, Natalie Gilbert and Courtnee Griffin all finishing with two each. Logan Hughes and Natalie Gilbert had two RBI apiece.

Shenandoah 8 Missouri Valley 7

Courtnee Griffin stayed red hot with a 2-for-2, 3-RBI day to lead Shenandoah in the win. The Fillies scored two runs in the seventh to rally for the victory.

Logan Hughes added a pair of hits and drove in a run, and Claire Adkins and Cayley Lorimor also had one RBI each.

Missouri Valley’s McKenna Clausen singled, doubled and drove in two runs, and Carter Crispin chipped in two hits and an RBI to lead the Lady Reds.

Stanton/Essex 11 Missouri Valley 9 

Marleigh Johnson had three singles and two RBI, and Devin Isaacson pitched in a triple, two singles and an RBI for Stanton/Essex in the win. Shelby Brockshus had two hits and an RBI.

Stanton/Essex 9 Fremont-Mills 7 

Hope Ogletree had a double and two RBI while Brooklyn Adams finished with two hits and three RBI to lead Stanton/Essex in the win. Marleigh Johnson pitched in another three hits, and Elise Dailey had two hits and two RBI. Jenna Stephens also had two singles for the Viqueens.

Missouri Valley 9 Fremont-Mills 5 

Mo Valley had a seven-run third inning in picking up the win. McKenana Clausen had a 3-for-3 game with a double and two singles, and Abby Olson went 2-for-3 with two RBI. Maddy Lager and Carter Crispin also drove in two runs each.

Kendall Reed, Malea Moore and Tori Kilpatrick all had one hit each while Kilpatrick, Addi Meese and Kennedy Lamkins drove in one run each.

THOMAS JEFFERSON TOURNAMENT 

Earlham edged Glenwood in the championship game of the TJ Tournament on Saturday. 

Glenwood 19 Sidney 1 

Sydney Biermann pitched the Rams to the win, and the offense provided plenty of pop with 13 hits.

Danica Laumann had the lone hit for Sidney - a double - and scored their only run. 

Glenwood 15 Bedford 0 

Kelly Embray had three hits while Brielle Smith smacked a home run among two hits and Sydney Biermann added two hits of her own. Brianna Gerhardt picked up the win in the circle.

Sidney 9 Central Decatur 4 

Presley Brumbaugh went 3-for-3 and drove in a run to lead the Cowgirls 13-hit attack. Jolie Sheldon, Camryn McClintock and Sidnie Baier also had two hits, and Myrna Rodriguez drove in two runs.

Olivia Larsen threw all seven innings, scattered eight hits, allowed four runs and struck out three.

Kylee Rockhold and Eily Hall had two hits each while Carlee Hamilton, Rockhold, Hall and Mya Applegate all drove in a run.

Bedford 8 Thomas Jefferson 2 

Savanna Bond got the win for Bedford, which got two hits and two runs scored from Selena Valenzuela.

Lilly Thompson had two hits, and Taylor Thallas drove in a run for TJ. 

Treynor 2 Lewis Central 1 

Sydni Huisman stuck out 16 in a one-hitter while Alyssa Kellar had two hits and Huisman and Tori Castle drove in one run each for the Cardinals.

Treynor 7 Abraham Lincoln 0 

Sydni Huisman threw a two-hit shutout striking out 12 and walking just three. Alyssa Kellar, Reagan Darrah and Alexis Kellar had two hits each, and Stella Umphreys went 2-for-4 with two RBI. Konnor Sudmann singled, stole five bases and scored twice.

Treynor 10 Bedford 1 

Konnor Sudmann had three hits, scored three runs and drove in two, and Alyssa Kellar, Stella Umphreys, Bella Dingus and Sydni Huisman had two hits apiece. Huisman struck out nine and gave up three hits.

Thomas Jefferson 9 St. Albert 2 

Alyssa Denman threw a solid six-inning complete game with four strikeouts and two runs allowed on five hits to get the win. Hannah Belt had a team-high three hits, and Caitlyn Jones, Lilly Thompson, Lexi Smith and Taylor Thallas had two hits each.

Lewis Central 13 Thomas Jefferson 3 

Lewis Central scored seven runs in the second and six in the third on their way to the win.

Lilly Thompson went 2-for-3 with two doubles and two RBI, and Hannah Belt added two hits and an RBI for TJ.

Lewis Central 9 Central Decatur 8 

Paige Rodewald had the game-winning, walk-off hit for the Titans. Presley Rodenburg doubled among two hits and drove in three, and Stacy Merksick added two hits and an RBI for the Titans. 

Megan Gittins was the winning pitcher with five strikeouts over 5 1/3 innings, and she drove in two runs at the plate.

Maizee Lindsey led CD with three hits, including a triple, scored twice and drove in a run. Riley Bel had two hits and drove in three, and Mya Applegate went 3-for-3 with a triple, an RBI and three runs scored.

Abraham Lincoln 6 Sidney 5 

Rilee Filip hit her third home run and second in as many nights to lead Abraham Lincoln.

Central Decatur 13 St. Albert 2 

Carlee Hamilton went 4-for-4 with two runs scored and an RBI, and Kylee Rockhold and Riley Bell each had home runs among two hits and drove in three runs apiece.

DENISON-SCHLESWIG TOURNAMENT 

Sergeant Bluff-Luton and Sioux City North both went 2-0 while Logan-Magnolia and Denison-Schleswig were both 0-2 at the D-S Tournament on Saturday.

SBL beat Lo-Ma 8-3 and Denison-Schleswig 11-1 while Sioux City North won over the hosts 13-10 and over Lo-Ma 13-7.

Sergeant Bluff-Luton 11 Denison-Schleswig 1 

Addie Mosier went 2-for-3 with two RBI and two runs scored, and Kenzie Foley, Whitney Schlotfelt, Kylie Kerr, Tahlia Deitloff and Addy Brown all drove in a run apiece for the Warriors.

Tatum Fink had an RBI hit for Denison-Schleswig, scoring Raegan Andersen, who also finished the game with a hit.

Sioux City North 13 Denison-Schleswig 10 

Kylee Eickholt had two hits and drove in three and Bailey Becker added three RBI for Sioux City North in the win.

Alex Mohr was 4-for-4 with two doubles, a triple and two RBI, and Sarah Heilesen and Paige Armijo each hit home runs and combined to drive in five.

EAST SAC COUNTY TRIANGULAR 

Kuemper Catholic 7 East Sac County 3 

Kenzie Schon went 3-for-4 with a double and two RBI to lead Kuemper Catholic while Isabel Schwabe added two hits and two RBI and Kyndal Hilgenberg and Brianna Lux had two hits each.

Chloe Venteicher scattered eight hits in five innings and allowed just three runs while striking out two to get the win.

Kuemper Catholic 17 Glidden-Ralston 2 

Alli Mertz led the Knights with three hits, including two doubles, and drove in three runs. Cassidy Christensen added two RBI in the victory, and Carlee Carpenter threw three innings to get the win.

Talia Schon led Glidden-Ralston with two hits and two runs scored while Macy Snyder drove in a pair of runs.

East Sac County 6 Glidden-Ralston 1 

Macy Snyder drove in Glidden-Ralston's only run while Talia Schon had a hit and scored the only run. Whitney Reever, Jessica Eighmy and Mariah Wilson all had one hit apiece.

AUDUBON TOURNAMENT 

West Harrison took second to ACGC at the Audubon Tournament on Saturday. Underwood was the third-place finisher.

View the scores from the tournament near the bottom of the page. Here’s a look at the recaps that were submitted to KMA Sports.

Consolation Semifinal: Panorama 12 Audubon 6 

Leah Subbert had two RBI and Gianna Knueven went 1-for-3 with an RBI and two runs scored for Audubon.

First Round: West Harrison 4 Panorama 3 

Haley Koch and Chloe Gilgen had three hits and a run scored each. Emily McINtosh picked up the win in the circle.

First Round: Underwood 11 Coon Rapids-Bayard 2 

Undderwood scored in all but two innings on their way to the win.

Morgen Hart led CRB with a hit and two RBI while Alexa Culbertson and Lacie Davis also had hits and scored one run each.

Consolation: Coon Rapids-Bayard 10 Boyer Valley 6 

Bridget Shirbroun had two hits, four RBI and scored twice, and Lacie Davis finished with two hits and three RBI for the Crusaders. Emma Hart chipped in three hits and scored twice.

Emma Hart threw six innings, allowed just two earned runs and allowed five hits to get the win.

Consolation: Panorama 13 Coon Rapids-Bayard 0

Panorama scored 10 runs in the fourth to close out the game.

CRB had just three hits - one each from Cora McAlister, Lexie Davis and Emma Hart.

Semifinal: West Harrison 6 MVAOCOU 4 

Haley Koch and Haleigh Rife both tripled and scored, and Emily McIntosh drove in two runs each for the Hawkeyes. 

Championship: ACGC 11 West Harrison 6 — 8 inn 

Haley Koch went 4-for-4 with a home run, two RBI and two runs scored to lead West Harrison, which had their 14-game win streak snapped. Emily McIntosh added a pair of hits for the Hawkeyes.

GRISWOLD TOURNAMENT

Mount Ayr didn’t give up a run on their way to winning the Griswold Tournament on Saturday, beating Exira/EHK 10-0 and Griswold 4-0.

The host Tigers opened the day with an 8-4 win over Tri-Center, but the Trojans came back to take third with a 9-6 win over Exira/EHK. View some submitted recaps to KMA Sports below.

Griswold 8 Tri-Center 4 

McKenna Wiechman had a hit and two walks, and Anna Kelley drove in three with a triple to lead Griswold. Brenna Rossell had five strikeouts to get the win.

Mount Ayr 4 Griswold 0 

Anna Kelley, Haylee Pennock and Lydia Greiman each singled for the Tigers. Brenna Rossell allowed just two earned runs and struck out six.

ORIENT-MACKSBURG TOURNAMENT

Murray outscored their two opponents 21-3 to take the Orient-Macksburg championship on Saturday. The Mustangs beat Melcher-Dallas and Lenox to take the team title. Lenox doubled up Nodaway Valley (8-4) to advance to the final.

Nodaway Valley walked off a winner to take third place over Melcher-Dallas while Orient-Macksburg was fifth over East Union and Diagonal finished seventh over Mormon Trail. View the full scoreboard at the bottom of the page.

Consolation: Orient-Macksburg 11 Mormon Trail 1 

Kaela Eslinger went 2-for-3 with a triple, a home run and four runs scored and struck out 10 in a five-inning no-hitter to lead the Bulldogs. Caitlyn Gist chipped in two doubles and three RBI.  

Consolation: East Union 11 Diagonal 0 

East Union's Kaylin Lack homered and drove in three, and Alissa Weinkoetz went 2-for-3 with a home run of her own, driving in one and scoring twice. Mallory Raney worked four one-hit innings and struck out eight.

Fifth Place: Orient-Macksburg 2 East Union 0 

Kaela Eslinger allowed one hit in seven shutout innings, striking out six and walking just two. Haylee Gardner and Janesa Tonnberg had RBI hits for the Bulldogs.

Mallory Raney struck out nine in six innings in the tough-luck loss.

Semifinal: Murray 13 Melcher-Dallas 2 

Murray's Kayla Wookey struck out seven in five innings to get the win. Hailey Chew had three hits and two RBI, and Kendra Boles, Teryn Shields and Chloe Church had two hits apiece.

Semifinal: Lenox 8 Nodaway Valley 4 

Kayla Yzaguirre had two hits and three RBI, and Caitlyn Maynes added two hits. TJ Stoaks struck out 13 and gave up just three hits and one earned run for Lenox.

Championship: Murray 8 Lenox 1 

Bre Klein struck out 12 in another strong performance in the circle to help Murray clinch the championship. 

Kayla Wookey had three hits, including a double, and drove in three runs. Katy Gibbs chipped in two hits and two RBI for Murray.

Cassidy Nelson and TJ Stoaks had the lone hits for Lenox with Stoaks driving in Nelson for their only run.


SOFTBALL SCOREBOARD

Shenandoah Tournament

Shenandoah 11 Stanton/Essex 3

Missouri Valley 9 Fremont-Mills 5

Fremont-Mills 6 Shenandoah 4

Stanton 11 Missouri Valley 9

Shenandoah 8 Missouri Valley 7

Stanton 9 Fremont-Mills 7

Thomas Jefferson Tournament 

Bedford 8 Thomas Jefferson 2

Glenwood 19 Sidney 1

Treynor 2 Lewis Central 1

Central Decatur 13 St. Albert 2

Earlham 12 Abraham Lincoln 1

Glenwood 15 Bedford 0

Sidney 9 Central Decatur 4

Lewis Central 13 Thomas Jefferson 3

Earlham 10 St. Albert 0

Treynor 7 Abraham Lincoln 0

BRACKET PLAY

Thomas Jefferson 9 St. Albert 2

Treynor 10 Bedford 1

Abraham Lincoln 6 Sidney 5

Lewis Central 9 Central Decatur 8

Championship: Earlham 3 Glenwood 2

Denison-Schleswig Tournament

Sioux City North 13 Denison-Schleswig 10

Sergeant Bluff-Luton 8 Logan-Magnolia 3

Sioux City North 13 Logan-Magnolia 7 

Sergeant Bluff-Luton 11 Denison-Schleswig 1

East Sac County Triangular

Kuemper Catholic 7 East Sac County 3

Kuemper Catholic 17 Glidden-Ralston 2

East Sac County 6 Glidden-Ralston 1

Fort Dodge Tournament

Winterset 13 Harlan 1

Sioux City East def. Bishop Heelan Catholic

Atlantic 6 GTRA 5

Oskaloosa Tournament

Albia 7 Wayne 3

West Burlington 11 Wayne 1

Iowa City Liberty 10 Creston 2

Oskaloosa 12 Creston 2

Griswold Tournament

Griswold 8 Tri-Center 4

Mount Ayr 10 Exira/EHK 0

Consolation: Tri-Center 9 Exira/EHK 6

Championship: Mount Ayr 4 Griswold 0

Audubon Tournament

FIRST ROUND

MVAOCOU def. Audubon

West Harrison 4 Panorama 3

ACGC 12 Boyer Valley 0

Underwood 11 Coon Rapids-Bayard 2

CONSOLATION

Coon Rapids-Bayard 10 Boyer Valley 6

Panorama 12 Audubon 6

Semifinal: West Harrison 6 MVAOCOU 4

Semifinal: ACGC 8 Underwood 5

7th Place: Boyer Valley 8 Audubon 7

5th Place: Panorama 13 Coon Rapids-Bayard 0

3rd Place: Underwood 5 MVAOCOU 2

Championship: ACGC 11 West Harrison 6 — 8 inn

Martensdale-St. Marys Tournament

Webster City 9 AHSTW 3

Martensdale-St. Marys vs. Southeast Valley, 12:30 PM

Webster City 9 Martensdale-St. Marys 5

AHSTW vs. Southeast Valley, 4:00 PM

AHSTW vs. Martensdale-St. Marys, 5:45 PM

Orient-Macksburg Tournament

Semifinal: Lenox 8 Nodaway Valley 4

Semifinal: Murray 13 Melcher-Dallas 2

Consolation: Orient-Macksburg 11 Mormon Trail 1

Consolation: East Union 11 Diagonal 0

7th Place: Diagonal 10 Mormon Trail 5

5th Place: Orient-Macksburg 2 East Union 0

3rd Place: Nodaway Valley 9 Melcher-Dallas 8

Championship: Murray 8 Lenox 1

West Sioux Tournament

Sioux City West 6 Sioux Center 2

West Sioux 12 Sioux City West 0

North Mahaska Tournament

Twin Cedars 4 Pleasantville 1 **rest of tournament rained out**

KMAland Baseball (6/15): Clarinda wins sixth straight, Battle of the Bluffs, pair of games in Treynor

(KMAland) -- The Battle of the Bluffs, a pair of games in Treynor, a sixth straight win for Clarinda and more from the day in KMAland baseball.

NC: Clarinda 11 East Mills 1 

Clarinda won their sixth straight, pounding out 11 hits behind Nathan Lindsay 4.1 IP, 6 K, 2 H, 1 R) and Michael Shull (1.2 IP, 0 H, 3 K).

Parker Rock had a single, a double and three runs scored, and Cooper Neal went 2-for-3 with a double, three RBI and three runs scored. Sy Young also drove in two on a double, and Lindsay was 1-for-2 with two runs scored.

NC: Iowa City Regina 13 Treynor 9 

Treynor led 8-6 into the sixth when Regina put up five runs to take the lead for good. Nate McCombs doubled twice, singled once, drove in two runs and scored twice to lead the Cardinals at the plate.

Jaxon Schumacher, Kristian Martens and Brenden Dingus all had two hits with Martens driving in a pair of runs.

NC: Hinton 12 Treynor 2 

Kyle Christensen hit a two-run home run for Treynor in the defeat.

NC: Martensdale-St. Marys 23 Moravia 4  

Troy Holt had three hits, two RBI and three runs scored, and Cole Cassady added two hits, two RBI and four runs scored to lead the Blue Devils in the rout.

BATTLE OF THE BLUFFS

ADM 8 Glenwood 7 

Cade Van Ness went 3-for-4 with an RBI, and Eli Bales added two hits and two RBI. Michael Radford also had two hits and drove in a run for the Rams.

Sergeant Bluff-Luton 9 Glenwood 4 

Cade Van Ness drilled a two-run home run in the loss for the Rams. Colton Schutte also had a two-run double in the defeat.

St. Albert 8 Clear Lake 1 

Bennett Heisterkamp worked a five-inning gem, striking out three, walking one and giving up just one unearned run on two hits to get the win for St. Albert.

Cy Patterson and Brett Klusman had two hits each at the plate while Ethan Bernard went 1-for-3 with two RBI.

St. Albert 14 Le Mars 4 

Ethan Bernard went 3-for-4 with two home runs, six RBI and three runs scored to lead St. Albert in the win. Isaac Sherrill added two hits, and Bennett Heisterkamp and Reed Miller drove in two runs each.

Bernard worked two innings and struck out four before Eric Matthai threw the final three frames, struck out two and gave up one unearned run.

Sioux City North 6 Lewis Central 3

Trent Frerichs had three hits and drove in three runs for the Stars, which used a three-run fourth inning to take control of the game. Hudson Krommenhoek and Dante Hansen also had two hits.

Johnathan Hemmingsen led Lewis Central with a 3-for-3 day, driving in one and scoring one. Jonah Pomrenke added two hits and an RBI for the Titans.

Waukee 8 Lewis Central 0 

Lewis Central had six hits on the day with Jonah Pomrenke and Jake Powell landing in two each.

Burlington 12 Abraham Lincoln 2 

Ben Fichter was 2-for-2 with a double and a run scored, and Johny Podroza had an RBI double for AL.

Pleasant Valley 14 Sioux City East 7 

Colton DeRocher went 2-for-3 with three RBI, and Alec Patino finished with two hits and two RBI to lead Sioux City East. Kyle Burns added a two-run home run for the Black Raiders in the defeat.

Sioux City East 11 Burlington 8 

Alec Patino and Nate Zyzda each hit home runs and combined to drive in five runs while Colton DeRocher added two hits and two RBI. Ray Ray Douglas also drove in two runs on one hit.

Sioux City North 10 Waukee 3 

Evan Helvig went 3-for-4 with a home run, four RBI and two runs scored, and Nick Opsahl added two hits and four RBI for the Stars. Trent Frerichs pitched in three hits and scored twice.

WEST HARRISON TOURNAMENT 

West Harrison 10 Whiting 0 

Logan King threw six two-hit innings with nine strikeouts and just one walk for West Harrison.

King also had a triple among two hits, drove in two and scored twice. Colby Neill added two RBI.

Championship: West Harrison 8 West Monona 4 

Nick Rife and Colby Neill had two hits and two RBI apiece, and Mason King, Logan King and Cody Radil had two hits each. Mason King threw five relief innings to get the win.

LAMONI TRIANGULAR 

Lamoni 10 Mormon Trail 0 

Lamoni scored four in the third and five in the fourth. Stephen Ansong and Javin Evans had three hits each, and Jaiden Rivera drove in three for the Demons.

Lamoni 21 Melcher-Dallas 1 

Brayden Olson went 1-for-2 with three RBI and three runs scored, and Hagan Phelps, Curtis Roberts, Zander Reed and Michael Millslagle all drove in two runs each for Lamoni, which had a seven-run first and 11-run third.


BASEBALL SCOREBOARD

Non-Conference

Clarinda 11 East Mills 1

Iowa City Regina 13 Treynor 9

Hinton 12 Treynor 2

Martensdale-St. Marys 23 Moravia 4 — 5 inn

Ankeny Christian at Lynnville-Sully

West Harrison Invitational

West Harrison 10 Whiting 0

West Monona 7 Sidney 5

Whiting 4 Sidney 2

Championship: West Harrison 8 West Monona 4

Ridge View Tournament

Sioux City West 17 Missouri Valley 2

Consolation: Missouri Valley 12 Ridge View 10

Championship: Sioux City West 9 Unity Christian 2

Battle of the Bluffs

ADM 8 Glenwood 7

St. Albert 8 Clear Lake 1

Waukee 8 Lewis Central 0

Pleasant Valley 14 Sioux City East 7

Burlington 12 Abraham Lincoln 2

Sioux City North 10 Waukee 3 

Sergeant Bluff-Luton 8 ADM 7

Sergeant Bluff-Luton 9 Glenwood 4

St. Albert 14 Le Mars 4

Sioux City North 6 Lewis Central 3

Des Moines Lincoln 3 Thomas Jefferson 2 — 8 inn

Sioux City East 11 Burlington 8

Lamoni Triangular

Lamoni 10 Mormon Trail 0

Mormon Trail vs. Melcher-Dallas, 12:00 PM

Lamoni 21 Melcher-Dallas 1

KMAland Baseball (6/14): D-S, Clarinda, Treynor keep streaking

(KMAland) -- D-S & Clarinda each won their fifth straight, Red Oak walked off Atlantic, Treynor rolled, Audubon’s Birks won No. 100, IKM-Manning won in 10, Sefrit shined for Bedford & more from the day in KMAland baseball.

H-10: Denison-Schleswig 7 Shenandoah 2 

Jaden Petersen smacked a home run and drove in two runs, and Jack Mendlik (3/4, 2 R), Dawson Dorhout (2/3, RBI, R), Braiden Heiden (2/4, 2 RBI, 2 R) and Carter Wessel (2/4, RBI, R) all had multi-hit games for Denison-Schleswig.

Kyle Cerven had another two hits for Shenandoah, scored once and drove in a run, and Owen McCunn had an RBI of his own to lead the Mustangs.

H-10: Clarinda 5 Kuemper Catholic 1 

Wyatt Schmitt threw six innings, struck out seven and allowed just one run on four hits to lead the Cardinals. Cooper Neal threw the final inning to finish the game.

Neal, Sy Young, Kam Fulk and Logan Green all drove in one run each for Clarinda in the win.

Kuemper’s AJ Schreck had two hits, including a double, and drove in a run for the Knights lone tally.

H-10: Red Oak 4 Atlantic 3  

Dillon Burns threw 6 2/3 innings and gave up just one earned run to lead Red Oak. Garrett Couse added the game-tying RBI and stole home to finish a three-run walk-off rally in the seventh.

Brody O’Brien allowed one hit and struck out four in 5 2/3 shutout innings for Atlantic. Chase McLaren went 3-for-3 with a run scored and an RBI at the plate.

CORNER: East Mills 12 Griswold 6 

Anthony Rainey and Trevor Glockel had a team-best three hits each for East Mills while Jackson Wray doubled twice and drove in five runs. Nic Duysen and Andrew Jackson chipped in two RBI each.

Josh Brownlee and Colton Turner led Griswold with two hits apiece.

CORNER: Fremont-Mills 4 Sidney 3 

Oscar Lupercio led Fremont-Mills with a big night from the nine-hole, finishing 3-for-3 with two RBI. Jake Malcom added a hit, an RBI and two runs scored. Dylan Chambers struck out six in 4 2/3 innings to get the win, allowing just one run on two hits.

Jaden Sears was 2-for-3 with a home run, an RBI and two runs scored for Sidney. Garrett Phillips added a pair of hits, and Cale Phillips drove in two for the Cowboys. Justis Hayes went all seven innings and didn't allow any earned runs while striking out six and giving up just two walks and four hits.

WIC: Treynor 21 Riverside 1  

Treynor scored 11 runs in the fourth inning to put the game out of commission. Will Halverson had two doubles and a grand slam home run to finish with three hits, six RBI and five runs scored.

Jaxon Schumacher added three hits, including an inside-the-park home run, and drove in four runs. Tommy Duysen and Nate McCombs had three RBI apiece. Ryan Bach struck out five in a complete game three-hitter.

WIC: Audubon 9 Missouri Valley 6 

Gavin Smith had two doubles and drove in three for Audubon while Ethan Klocke added two hits and two RBI in the win for the Wheelers. Coach Sean Birks won his 100th career game.

Alec Fichter had three hits and an RBI for Missouri Valley.

WIC: IKM-Manning 3 Logan-Magnolia 2 — 10 inn

Alex Lingle and Max Nielsen had two hits apiece, and Hayden McLaughlin and Nielsen drove in one run each in the win for the Wolves. Lingle threw the first eight innings, allowing just two runs (one earned) on three hits. Amos Rasmussen tossed the final two frames to get the win.

NC: Woodbine 5 AHSTW 2

Woodbine scored four runs in the third to make up the difference in the non-conference victory. Layne Pryor and Alex Bantam had two hits apiece, and Cory Bantam tripled, drove in two and threw 6 2/3 innings to get the win.

Joey Goins had an RBI single for the Vikings while Sam Porter also had a base hit and Brody Langer scored the lone run.

POI: Bedford 4 East Union 1 

Brennan Sefrit struck out 16 in a one-hit complete game while Nick Whipple was 3-for-3 with two RBI. Damien Henry and Dylan Swaney both chipped in two hits each.

POI: Southwest Valley 7 Central Decatur 3 

Scotty Adcock blasted a three-run home run to lead the Timberwolves while Brendan Pearson threw 6 2/3 innings to get the win.

Haden Leymaster, TJ Fallis and Tate Hill all had two hits each for Central Decatur. 

POI: Martensdale-St. Marys 6 Lenox 1 

Carson Elbert had a two-run single while Troy Holt added two hits in the game. Esa Johanson worked all seven innings, struck out 10 and gave up just one run on five hits to get the win.

Colton Gordon led Lenox with two hits and scored the Tigers lone run. Conner Fitzgerald pitched four strong one-hit innings and allowed just two earned runs.

POI: Nodaway Valley 7 Wayne 6 

Tyler Vandewater went 2-for-4 with a double, three RBI and two runs scored to send Nodaway Valley to the win. Peyton Sickles added two hits of his own.

Hunter Cobb smashed a home run for Wayne in a losing effort. Gunner Fogle and Bret Whitehall joined Cobb with multi-hit games.

POI: Southeast Warren 9 Mount Ayr 2 

Southeast Warren used a six-run sixth to pull away for the win and remained undefeated.

RVC: Ar-We-Va 14 Boyer Valley 4 

Keegan Simons, Will Ragaller and Dalton Ehlers - the top three hitters in the Rockets lineup - combined for nine hits, eight runs and three RBI. Damon Ehlers added three RBI, and Cooper Kock drove in two.

Hunter Soma went 2-for-3 with two RBI to lead Boyer Valley.

RVC: Coon Rapids-Bayard 5 Exira/Elk Horn-Kimballton 4 

Christian Cook struck out eight and allowed four hits to get the win on the mound. Aaron McAlister had two hits and an RBI, and Quentin Culbertson and Ben Obert added RBI doubles for the Crusaders.

RVC: CAM, Anita 4 West Harrison 3 

Mitchell Williamson went all seven innings for CAM, striking out three, walking three and giving up three runs on seven hits to get the win.

Offensively, the Cougars were led by Kolby Nelson and Colby Rich, who had two hits and an RBI apiece.

West Harrison's Tyler Melby took the tough luck loss with seven strikouts and four runs allowed (three earned) in seven innings. He was 2-for-4 with two RBI at the plate.

Nick Clark and Gabe Gilgen each added two hits apiece for the Hawkeyes.

BOTB: Abraham Lincoln 5 Pleasant Valley 4 

Tyler Reiss had a two-run single, and Tyler Rardin drove in a run on a sacrifice fly. Hunter Nice went five strong innings before Rardin pitched the final two for the save.

BLUEGRASS: Lamoni 15 Mormon Trail 11 

Javin Evans had two hits and Cael Ogier had one as both Lamoni standouts drove in three runs to lead the offense. Landon Gilliland added three hits, and Beau Boswell and Curtis Roberts had two hits each.

BLUEGRASS: Murray 6 Seymour 5 

Brycen Wookey had two hits, two RBI and a run scored for Murray in the victory. Jimmy Graham added a triple and scored three runs while Reece Held struck out 10 in four innings to get the win.


BASEBALL SCOREBOARD

Hawkeye Ten Conference  

Denison-Schleswig 7 Shenandoah 2

Clarinda 5 Kuemper Catholic 1

Red Oak 4 Atlantic 3

Corner Conference

Stanton 9 Essex/South Page 1

East Mills 12 Griswold 6

Fremont-Mills 4 Sidney 3

Western Iowa Conference

IKM-Manning 3 Logan-Magnolia 2 — 10 inn

Underwood 6 Tri-Center 2

Audubon 9 Missouri Valley 6

Treynor 21 Riverside 1 

Pride of Iowa Conference

Southwest Valley 7 Central Decatur 3

Nodaway Valley 7 Wayne 6

Bedford 4 East Union 1

Martensdale-St. Marys 6 Lenox 1

Southeast Warren 9 Mount Ayr 2

Rolling Valley Conference

Ar-We-Va 14 Boyer Valley 4

Coon Rapids-Bayard 5 Exira/Elk Horn-Kimballton 4

CAM, Anita 4 West Harrison 3

Bluegrass Conference

Twin Cedars 12 Orient-Macksburg 3

Melcher-Dallas at Moravia

Lamoni 15 Mormon Trail 11

Ankeny Christian 16 Moulton-Udell 6

Murray 6 Seymour 5

Non-Conference

Woodbine 5 AHSTW 1

Battle of the Bluffs

Abraham Lincoln 5 Pleasant Valley 4

KMAland Softball (6/14): Treynor snaps Riverside streak, West Harrison keeps on winning

(KMAland) -- Griswold & Sidney won exciting Corner games, Red Oak & LC split, Treynor shut out Riverside, Bedford edged past East Union, West Harrison won a 12th straight and more from the night in KMAland softball.

NC: Clarinda 9 Abraham Lincoln 3 

Bryn Morgenstern had two hits and drove in two runs while Bradlie Wilmes and Jordyn McQueen also had two hit games. Aliyah St. Romain added a two-run single on the night behind Aziah Smalley, who struck out nine in a complete game win.

Rilee Filip homered for Abraham Lincoln, and Emma O’Neal and Alexis Carrithurs had two hits each for the Lynx.

H-10: Red Oak 3 Lewis Central 2 (Game 1)

H-10: Lewis Central 9 Red Oak 1 (Game 2)

Game 1: Haley Bach tripled, Stacy Merksick doubled and Megan Gittins and Jerika Koopmeiners each had RBI for Lewis Central.

Game 2: Presley Rodenburg got the win in the circle and had an RBI double at the plate. Taylor Elam had two doubles and drove in three runs, and Stacy Merksick went 3-for-3 with two RBI. Megan Elam chipped in two hits.

FORT DODGE TOURNEY: Harlan 9 Sioux City East 1  

Harlan bounced back from a 10-0 loss to Columbus Catholic behind a 3-for-3 day from Aurora Miller. Morgan Schaben and Jordan Heese added two hits each.

CORNER: Griswold 9 East Mills 7  

Haylee Pennock had two doubles, drove in a run and scored a run for Griswold. Anna Kelley added two hits and scored once, and Brenna Rossell struck out five in the circle to get the win.

CORNER: Sidney 8 Fremont-Mills 7  

Fremont-Mills scored two runs in the top of the seventh to break a 5-all tie, but Sidney answered with a three-run bottom half to win the game.

Faith Brumbaugh had the game-tying hit - her fifth RBI of the night - and Makenna Laumann followed with the game-winner. Brumbaugh finished with three hits and the five RBI while Jolie Sheldon, Camryn McClintock and Laumann had two hits apiece.

Sophia Murphy and Addi Meese each had a pair of hits for Fremont-Mills.

WIC: Treynor 12 Riverside 0 

Alyssa Kellar had three hits and scored four runs while Reagan Darrah added a double among three hits of her own. Stella Umphreys tripled and had two hits, and Sydni Huisman struck out 14 to lead the Cardinals.

WIC: Logan-Magnolia 8 IKM-Manning 7 

Lexi Branning led the Wolves with three hits, including two doubles and three RBI, while Jessica Christensen tripled and drove in two in a losing effort.

WIC: Missouri Valley 20 Audubon 5 

Missouri Valley had 22 hits on the night, led by four each from Ashlyn Cook and Julia Janssen. Carter Crispin, McKenna Clausen and Abby Harrison had three hits each, and Payton Hilts and Emma Jimmerson finished with two apiece.

Janssen and Harrison drove in three runs, and Crispin, Cook, Jimmerson, Maddy Lager and Abby Olson had two RBI each. Cook led the way with four runs scored, and Jimmerson scored three times. Cook also struck out nine in the circle to get the win.

Keaton Wessel and Sydney Beymer had two hits each, and Grace Christensen had a double and three RBI for the Wheelers.

POI: Bedford 4 East Union 3  

Bedford scored two runs in the second and one each in the third and fourth inning and then held off East Union for the win.

Jayden Welcher led the Eagles with three hits, an RBI and two runs scored.

POI: Central Decatur 13 Southwest Valley 2 

Riley Bell had six strikeouts in five innings while the offense pounded out 10 hits as a team. Bell had three of those, including one double, and drove in three runs. Eily Hall added two hits and four RBI, and Alaina Applegate pitched in two safeties and two RBI.

POI: Martensdale-St. Marys 8 Lenox 2  

Jayda Gay went 3-for-3 with a home run for Martensdale-St. Marys while Madeline Myer added three hits and Kailey Walker and Hannah Sweet had two each.

Morgan Parrish had two hits, including a double, but the Tigers left nine on base.

POI: Wayne 13 Nodaway Valley 5 

Emily Jones hit her second home run of the season to lead the Wayne offense.

RVC: Ar-We-Va 13 Boyer Valley 10 

Kora Obrecht and Emily Hinners led Ar-We-Va with two hits each. Hinners had a double and drove in three, and Maci Ruch and Leslie Luft had two RBI apiece in the win.

Leah Cooper, Nicole Behrendt, Talia Burkhart and Kenzie Dumbaugh all had three hits each for the Bulldogs in the loss. Burkhart finished with a team-high three RBI on the night.

RVC: West Harrison 13 CAM, Anita 8 

Katie Gore and Emily McIntosh had two hits and three RBI each, and Chloe Gilgen and Sabrina Rife added two hits and two RBI apiece in the win. 

Marissa Spieker had two hits and two runs scored to lead CAM. Maddy Holtz and Grace Kauffman also had two hits each for the Cougars.

RVC: Exira/EHK 7 Coon Rapids-Bayard 2 

Macy Emgarten scattered seven hits and struck out nine to get the win in the circle for the Spartans.

Shay Burmeister, Mollie Rasmussen, Tatum Grubbs and Quinn Grubbs all had a double, and Kami Waymire went 2-for-3 with an RBI. Lexi Madsen chipped in three RBI for the winners.

Emma Hart and Alexa Culbertson had two hits each to lead Coon Rapids-Bayard.

BLUEGRASS: Murray 4 Seymour 1 

Bre Klein struck out 12 and allowed just one hit, and Katy Gibbs drove in two runs for the Mustangs in the win.

BLUEGRASS: Twin Cedars 11 Orient-Macksburg 0 

Rylee Dunkin led Twin Cedars with three hits and scored three runs, and Brooke Roby and Ali Mockenhaupt had two hits each and drove in a combined three runs.


SOFTBALL SCOREBOARD

Hawkeye Ten Conference

Red Oak 3 Lewis Central 2 (Game 1)

Lewis Central 9 Red Oak 1 (Game 2)

Corner Conference

Griswold 9 East Mills 7 

Sidney 8 Fremont-Mills 7 

Western Iowa Conference

Logan-Magnolia 8 IKM-Manning 7

Underwood 12 Tri-Center 0

Missouri Valley 20 Audubon 5

Treynor 12 Riverside 0

Pride of Iowa Conference

Bedford 4 East Union 3 

Central Decatur 13 Southwest Valley 2

Martensdale-St. Marys 8 Lenox 2 

Southeast Warren 3 Mount Ayr 1

Wayne 13 Nodaway Valley 5

Rolling Valley Conference

Exira/EHK 7 Coon Rapids-Bayard 2

Ar-We-Va 13 Boyer Valley 10

West Harrison 13 CAM, Anita 8

Bluegrass Conference

Melcher-Dallas 15 Moravia 5

Melcher-Dallas 7 Moravia 6

Twin Cedars 11 Orient-Macksburg 0

Diagonal at Moulton-Udell

Murray 4 Seymour 1

Non-Conference

Clarinda 9 Abraham Lincoln 3

Sergeant Bluff-Luton 13 MOC-Floyd Valley 7

Fort Dodge Tournament

Cedar Rapids Kennedy 5 Bishop Heelan Catholic 1

Dowling Catholic def. Winterset

Winterset 8 Bishop Heelan Catholic 2

Ankeny 10 Sioux City East 7

Columbus Catholic 10 Harlan 0

Harlan 9 Sioux City East 1 

Muscatine def. Atlantic

Clear Creek-Amana def. Central Springs

Central Springs 9 Atlantic 2

Ballard 6 Newell-Fonda 5

Fort Dodge def. GTRA

Newell-Fonda 11 GTRA 2

KMAland Softball (6/13): Sidney rallies, Wookey throws perfect game, Voshell tosses no-no

(KMAland) -- Sidney rallied late, Kayla Wookey threw a perfect game, Shen swept Lewis Central, Harlan swept Glenwood, Denison and Creston split a double header while Riverside and St. Albert walked off winners.

H-10: Shenandoah 12 Lewis Central 4 (Game 1) 

Logan Hughes, Natalie Gilbert, Courtnee Griffin and Sidda Rodewald each had two hits for the Fillies. Gilbert had four RBI in the victory.

H-10: Shenandoah 11 Lewis Central 0 (Game 2)

Delanie Voshell threw five no-hit innings in Shenandoah's seventh consecutive victory. The Fillies offense was spearheaded by Hughes' three-hit, three RBI performance. 

H-10: Atlantic 3 Clarinda 2 (Game 1) 

Atlantic rallied for the go-ahead and winning run in the seventh to maintain an undefeated conference mark. Alyssa Derby homered and drove in two, and Baylee Newell went 2-for-4 with an RBI and a run scored. Olivia Engler struck out seven to get the win in the circle.

Hallee Fine and Kennedy Reed each drove in a run for the Cardinals while Bradlie Wilmes, Bryn Morgenstern, Makayla Fichter and Hailee Knight also hit safely. Aziah Smalley scattered seven hits and gave up just three runs while striking out four.

H-10: Atlantic 17 Clarinda 2 (Game 2) 

Karsyn Rush had a big game, finishing 3-for-4 with four RBI and two runs scored to lead Atlantic. Baylee Newell added two hits and two RBI, and Olivia Engler and Reagan Pellett also drove in two runs each. 

Clarinda’s Hailee Knight had two hits and drove in a run, and Hallee Fine added an RBI hit. Bradlie Wilmes also had a hit and scored a run for the Cardinals.

H-10: Harlan 5 Glenwood 2 (Game 1)

Harlan overcame an early 2-1 deficit to pick up the win. Brooklyn Taylor placed Glenwood's offense with her first career home run. Morgan Schaben dominated on the mound for Harlan, striking out 14 on just three hits. Jordan Heese and Tianna Kasperbauer both had 2-for-3 nights with 2 RBI's. Miranda Goetz also contributed two hits. 

H-10: Harlan 3 Glenwood 0 (Game 2)

Schaben followed up her stellar Game 1 performance with a 13 strikeout, one-hit performance performance in the nightcap. Schaben also went 2-for-3 at the plate with a double and her fourth home run of the season.  

H-10: Creston 7 Denison-Schleswig 1 (Game 1)

Creston scored three in the fifth and two in the sixth to pull away from a tightt game. 

Kambrie Dau had two hits for Denison-Schleswig in the defeat.

H-10: Denison-Schleswig 11 Creston 7 (Game 2)

Hannah Slater homered, singled twice and drove in four runs for Denison-Schleswig, which scored four runs in the fifth to make up the difference. Sarah Heilesen added two hits and two RBI, and Alex Mohr and Raegan Andersen also had two hits each.

NC: St. Albert 6 Fremont-Mills 5

An Allie Petry bunt walked St. Albert off for their second consecutive victory. Lainey Sheffield blasted a two-run homerun for the Saintes in the victory.

NC: Stanton 15 Bedford 8 

Ali Silvius and Devin Isaacson managed three hits apiece. Silvius and Kaitlyn Bruce each had 3 RBI apiece. Hope Ogletree snagged two bags and Kami Tibben doubled.

Corner: Sidney 6 Griswold 4

Sidney rallied from a 4-0 sixth-inning deficit to take the victory. Camryn McClintock, Danica Laumann, Myrna Rodriguez and Harley Spurlock all had hits in the Cowgirls' monster sixth.

Lydia Greiman had two hits and drove in two runs while Anna Kelley chipped in a pair of hits, and Haylee Pennock singled, drove in a run and scored. Brenna Rossell struck out seven in 5 2/3 innings for the Tigers.

WIC: Treynor 10 Tri-Center 3

Sydni Huisman struck out 16 batters, and Reagan Darrah went 2-for-4 with two doubles. Konnor Sudmann was a perfect 4-for-4 at the plate with four stolen bases and three runs scored. Stella Umphreys notched a triple in the victory. 

WIC: Riverside 7 IKM-Manning 6

Jadyn Achenbach had the walk-off hit for Riverside to cap a four-run seventh inning. 

WIC: Underwood 5 AHSTW 4 

Underwood scored two in the bottom of the seventh to walk-off a winner. Maddie Pierce had three hits, including a double, while Erin McMains, Macy Vanfossan, Taylor Nelson and Grace Pierce all drove in a run.

Ella Pierce struck out four and allowed four runs on eight scattered hits to get the win for the Eagles.

WIC: Logan-Magnolia 6 Missouri Valley 4 

Logan-Magnolia used a three-run sixth to pick up the tight victory.

Missouri Valley’s Emma Jimmerson drove in two runs, and Ashlyn Cook had two hits and scored two runs.

POI: Nodaway Valley 8 Southwest Valley 5 

Reagan Weinheimer had two hits and an RBI to pace Nodaway Valley in the victory. Southwest Valley's offense was led by two RBI from Lexie Haer. 

POI: Mount Ayr 5 Lenox 0 

Click here to view Ryan Matheny's complete recap from Thursday night's contest.

POI: Martensdale-St. Marys 7 Central Decatur 2 

Martensdale-St. Marys scored three runs in the first and added two each in the third and seventh to pick up the POI win.

Kylee Rockhold led CD with three hits, including a double, while Carlee Hamilton and Eily Hall added two hits each.

POI: Wayne 12 Southeast Warren 2 

Wayne's Sterling Berndt homered for the second straight game.

NC: River Valley 13 Ar-We-Va 8  

River Valley scored seven in the third and put up five in the fifth to take a five-run win over the Rockets.

Jadeyn Smith had two hits, Leslie Luft doubled and drove in three and Maci Ruch had a hit, an RBI and two runs scored for Ar-We-Va.

NC: West Harrison 5 Westwood 1 

West Harrison scored four in the seventh on RBI hits by Lydia Gilgen and Katie Gore and a two-RBI double by Emily McIntosh.

MRC: Bishop Heelan Catholic 12 Abraham Lincoln 2 

Riley Plantenberg struck out 10, tossed a two-hitter and drove in three runs to lead Heelan.

MRC: Sioux City North 12 Thomas Jefferson 0 (Game 1)

MRC: Sioux City North 8 Thomas Jefferson 0 (Game 2) 

Game 1: Hailey Hoogers threw a two-hit shutout in the four-inning opener, striking out seven and walking none. 

Game 2: Hoogers went another seven innings, striking out 11 and allowing just four hits. She also drove in two at the plate. 

MRC: Sergeant Bluff-Luton 12 Sioux City West 0 

Madelyn Mogensen hit a three-run homer and drove in three more runs on a pair of singles to lead Sergeant Bluff-Luton.

Bluegrass: Murray 12 Orient-Macksburg 0

Kayla Wookey threw four perfect innings and struck out eight batters and also add two hits at the plate. Seven different players drove in a run and Kelli Romero homered.

Bluegrass: Twin Cedars 7 Melcher-Dallas 4 — 8 inn

Twin Cedars scored four runs in the eighth to take a Bluegrass Conference win. Rylee Dunkin had three hits and drove in a run while Brooke Roxy, Grace Bailey and Jetta Sterner added two hits apiece.


SOFTBALL SCOREBOARD

Hawkeye Ten Conference

Shenandoah 12 Lewis Central 4 (Game 1)

Shenandoah 11 Lewis Central 0 (Game 2)  

Atlantic 3 Clarinda 2 (Game 1) 

Atlantic 17 Clarinda 2 (Game 2) 

Harlan 5 Glenwood 2 (Game 1)

Harlan 3 Glenwood 0 (Game 2) 

Creston 7 Denison-Schleswig 1 (Game 1) 

Denison-Schleswig 11 Creston 7 (Game 2) 

Corner Conference

Sidney 6 Griswold 4 

Western Iowa Conference

Riverside 7 IKM-Manning 6 

Treynor 10 Tri-Center 3 

Underwood 5 AHSTW 4 

Logan-Magnolia 6 Missouri Valley 4

Pride of Iowa Conference

Mount Ayr 5 Lenox 0 

Nodaway Valley 8 Southwest Valley 5 

Martensdale-St. Marys 7 Central Decatur 2 

Wayne 12 Southeast Warren 2 

Missouri River Conference

Bishop Heelan Catholic 12 Abraham Lincoln 2

Sioux City North 12 Thomas Jefferson 0 (Game 1)

Sioux City North 8 Thomas Jefferson 0 (Game 2)

Sergeant Bluff-Luton 12 Sioux City West 0

Bluegrass Conference

Murray 12 Orient-Macksburg 0

Twin Cedars 7 Melcher-Dallas 4 — 8 inn

Mormon Trail at Diagonal

Moravia at Lamoni

Seymour 12 Moulton-Udell 0

Non-Conference

St. Albert 6 Fremont-Mills 5 

East Mills at Bedford

Stanton 15 Bedford 8

River Valley 13 Ar-We-Va 8 

West Harrison 5 Westwood 1

KMAland Baseball (6/13): Glenwood sweeps Harlan, Treynor takes care of Tri-Center

(KMAland) -- Glenwood picked up two huge wins over Harlan, Stanton's bats got rolling late and Treynor picked up an impressive win over Tri-Center. 

H-10: Lewis Central 6 Shenandoah 0 (Game 1) 

Jordan Wardlow hit his sixth home run and drove in two runs, and Jonah Pomrenke added a hit and two RBI. Jake Powell also went deep for the Titans, which got a complete game, one-hit, eight-strikeout shutout from JC Dermody.

Shenandoah's lone hit came from Kyle Cerven.

H-10: Lewis Central 15 Shenandoah 0 (Game 2) 

The Titans pounded out 19 hits, including three hits, two RBI and two runs scored from Bryson Sharon. Britton Bond blasted a home run and drove in four runs, and Jake Powell and Johnathan Hemmingson had three hits each.

Jonah Pomrenke, Easton Dermody, Jordan Wardlow and Cael Malskeit also had two hits each. Dermody drove in three runs, and Powell drove in two. Powell and Nolan Miller combined on a one-hit shutout.

Kyle Cerven again had Shenandoah's lone hit of the night.

H-10: Clarinda 5 Atlantic 3

Jakob Childs pitched five innings and allowed zero earned runs. Cooper Neal then pitched the final two innings for the save.

H-10: Glenwood 7 Harlan 4 (Game 1)

Colton Schutte earned the win on the mound for the Rams in their triumph over state ranked Harlan. Logan Strong had three hits including a clutch two-run double in the seventh.

H-10: Glenwood 12 Harlan 11 — 8 inn (Game 2)

Cade Van Ness homered and picked up the win with several dominant relief innings to lead Glenwood. Andrew Holiday and Colton Schutte added two RBI each, and Eli Bales had the game-winning sacrifice fly.

NC: Clarke 11 Red Oak 2 

Garrett Couse had two hits, and Colton Kinnison and Dawson Bond drove in one run each for Red Oak in the loss. Clarke turned a 4-2 game into a rout with a seven-run seventh.

H-10: Denison-Schleswig 14 Creston 5 (Game 1) 

Nathan Gallup had three hits and four RBI to lead Denison-Schleswig's 12-hit attack. Dawson Dorhout added three hits, three RBI and four runs scored, and Sean Moran drove in three runs. Braiden Heiden had two hits at the plate and struck out 10 in six innings to get the win.

Creston's Brayton Chesnut and Evan Bruce drove in two runs each.

H-10: Denison-Schleswig 18 Creston 5 (Game 2) 

The Monarchs put up eight runs in the second and five each in the third and fifth innings on their way to another dominant win. Braiden Heiden drove in three, and Dawson Dorhout, Austin Freese and Dylan Gehlsen had two RBI each.

Creston's Eli Loudon and Luke Latham had two hits each, and Gavin Gillam drove in two.

NC: Stanton 12 Bedford 5

Stanton scored eight unanswered runs and relied on a six-run seventh inning to secure the victory.

Thomas Bates drove in five runs with his 2-for-5 performance, Drake Johnson went 3-for-4 with two RBI, scored two runs and snagged four bases. Tyler Peterson went 2-for-4 with two runs scored.

Bedford's offense was paced by two RBI apiece from Dylan Swaney and Jordan Perkins.

NC: Woodbine 17 East Mills 10 

Clay Kuhlman had a team-high three hits with two RBI while Brandon Bantam added two hits, four RBI and two runs scored. Layne Pryor doubled among two hits, drove in three and scored three times.

Other multi-hit games for Woodbine came from Alex Bantam, Cory Bantam and Cody Brunow.

WIC: Underwood 2 AHSTW 1

Nick Ravlin and Clayton Akers engaged in a pitcher's duel, but in the end it was Ravlin who emerged victorious.

Underwood's offense was guided by two hits from Kyler Rodenburg and Zach Teten. Sam Porter had a triple for AHSTW. 

WIC: Treynor 11 Tri-Center 5

Will Halverson had three hits while Jaxon Schumacher drove in three runs and notched a triple for Treynor in the victory.

Nate McCombs threw six innings, struck out seven and allowed just two earned runs. McCombs also had to two hits, a double and an RBI.

Tri-Center's offense was paced by two hits apiece from Jaxon Johnson and Leyton Nelson  

WIC: Missouri Valley 6 Logan-Magnolia 2

Connor Lange earned the victory on the mound, went 3-for-4 at the plate, drove in a run and scored three times. Nick Tennis went 2-for-4 with two RBI. Cole Lange posted two hits and a RBI.  

WIC: IKM-Manning 22 Riverside 8 

Alex Lingle went 5-for-5 with a home run, a triple, three RBI and four runs scored to lead the way for the Wolves. Ethan Carter chipped in four hits and three RBI.

POI: Southwest Valley 11 Nodaway Valley 10

Southwest Valley scored five runs in the seventh to pick up the wild win.

Mason Menefee had two hits, three RBI and two runs scored for Nodaway Valley in the loss. Brady Hilpipre added a double and drove in two.

POI: Mount Ayr 10 Lenox 4 

Cullen Wood led Lenox with two hits and an RBI.

POI: Southeast Warren 6 Wayne 1 

Southeast Warren stayed undefeated behind a 12-strikeout, two-hit performance from Tanner Dierking on the mound. Kaleb Bauer and Bryce Hall added two hits and two RBI at the plate.

POI: Martensdale-St. Mary's 11 Central Decatur 1  

Carson Elbert had two hits and two RBI, Cael Cassady added a pair of hits and Jack Franey doubled in two runs to lead the Blue Devils.

Michel Evertsen drove in the lone run for the Cardinals in the defeat.

RVC: CAM, Anita 11 Glidden-Ralston 1 

Colby Rich topped CAM with three hits, including a double and a triple, and drove in two runs. DeShawn Carr added a two-hit game for the Cougars, who got five strong inning and 13 strikeouts from Isaac Bower.

Karter Kennebeck drove in a run for the Wildcats.

MRC: Bishop Heelan Catholic 6 Abraham Lincoln 4 (Game 1)

MRC: Bishop Heelan Catholic 16 Abraham Lincoln 6 (Game 2) 

Game 1: Tyler Reiss and Tyler Rardin had two hits each, and Andrew Christensen, Ben Fichter, Johnny Podroza and Austin Wickman all drove in one run for the Lynx.

Game 2: Zane Olsen led AL with two hits and an RBI. Hunter Nice and Podroza joined Brian Hunter in driving in one run each.

MRC: Sioux City North 9 Thomas Jefferson 5 (Game 1)

MRC: Thomas Jefferson 7 Sioux City North 6 (Game 2) 

Game 1: Ryan Steinspring and Grant Merk had two hits each in teh first game loss for the Jackets.

Game 2: Merk and Nate Newton had two hits each behind 8th grader Tyler Huey, who threw 5 2/3 innings in the win.

Bluegrass: Murray 20 Orient-Macksburg 3

Wiley Ray hit a three run homer for OM in the defeat. 

Bluegrass: Moravia 8 Lamoni 0 

Landon Gilliland had two of Lamoni’s three hits.

Bluegrass: Moulton-Udell 1 Seymour 0 

Wyatt Stansberry tossed a complete game five-hit shutout with five strikeouts and just one walk. Clayton Morlan drove in the lone run of the game.

BASEBALL SCOREBOARD

Hawkeye Ten Conference

Lewis Central 15 Shenandoah 0 (Game 1) 

Lewis Central 6 Shenandoah 0 (Game 2)

Clarinda 5 Atlantic 3 

Glenwood 7 Harlan 4 (Game 1) 

Glenwood 11 Harlan 10 -- 8 inn (Game 2)

Denison-Schleswig 14 Creston 5 (Game 1) 

Denison-Schleswig 18 Creston 5 (Game 2) 

Corner Conference

Sidney 9 Griswold 2 

Western Iowa Conference

IKM-Manning 22 Riverside 8

Underwood 2 AHSTW 1 

Treynor 11 Tri-Center 5 

Missouri Valley 6 Logan-Magnolia 2

Pride of Iowa Conference

Mount Ayr 10 Lenox 4 

Southwest Valley 11 Nodaway Valley 10

Southeast Warren 6 Wayne 1

Martensdale-St. Mary's 11 Central Decatur 1 

Rolling Valley Conference

CAM, Anita 11 Glidden-Ralston 1 

Missouri River Conference

Bishop Heelan Catholic 6 Abraham Lincoln 4 (Game 1)

Bishop Heelan Catholic 16 Abraham Lincoln 6 (Game 2)

Sioux City North 9 Thomas Jefferson 5 (Game 1)

Thomas Jefferson 7 Sioux City North 6 (Game 2)

Sergeant Bluff-Luton Sioux City West (DH)

Bluegrass Conference

Twin Cedars at Melcher-Dallas

Murray 20 Orient-Macksburg 3

Mormon Trail 6 Ankeny Christian Academy 5 — 9 inn

Moravia 8 Lamoni 0

Moulton-Udell 1 Seymour 0

Non-Conference

Clarke 11 Red Oak 2

Woodbine 17 East Mills 10

Stanton 12 Bedford 5

Wednesday, June 12th

SOFTBALL SCOREBOARD

Hawkeye Ten Conference

St. Albert 7 Lewis Central 2 — 8 inn

Western Iowa Conference

IKM-Manning 13 Tri-Center 1

Rolling Valley Conference

Exira/Elk Horn-Kimballton 4 Woodbine 1

Coon Rapids-Bayard 11 CAM, Anita 5

West Harrison 18 Boyer Valley 1

Non-Conference

Shenandoah 11 Sidney 2

Red Oak 7 Abraham Lincoln 1

Carroll 6 Denison-Schleswig 3

Missouri Valley 10 Fremont-Mills 0

Riverside 10 Griswold 0

Martensdale-St. Marys at Lamoni

Wayne 10 Moravia 0

Southeast Warren 16 Grand View Christian 9

Orient-Macksburg Tournament 

Murray 14 Diagonal 1

Melcher-Dallas 12 East Union 2

Lenox 15 Mormon Trail 0

Nodaway Valley 5 Orient-Macksburg 1

BASEBALL SCOREBOARD

Hawkeye Ten Conference

Creston 6 Red Oak 1

Lewis Central 5 St. Albert 1

Western Iowa Conference

AHSTW 7 Tri-Center 5

Logan-Magnolia 2 Missouri Valley 1

Rolling Valley Conference

Coon Rapids-Bayard 9 CAM, Anita 2

West Harrison 11 Boyer Valley 1

Woodbine 2 Exira/Elk Horn-Kimballton 0

Non-Conference

Clarinda 14 Southwest Valley 8

St. Albert 17 Fremont-Mills 0

East Mills 13 Orient-Macksburg 4

Wayne 2 Moravia 1 — 8 inn

Nodaway Valley 21 West Central Valley 3

Des Moines Christian 17 Central Decatur 7

Southeast Warren 15 Melcher-Dallas 5

Tuesday, June 11th

SOFTBALL SCOREBOARD 

Hawkeye Ten Conference 

Shenandoah 8 Red Oak 7

Creston 13 Glenwood 9

Lewis Central 6 St. Albert 3

Atlantic 10 Denison-Schleswig 0

Harlan 2 Kuemper Catholic 0 (Game 1)

Harlan 10 Kuemper Catholic 0 (Game 2)

Corner Conference 

Stanton 11 Sidney 7 

Western Iowa Conference 

Treynor 2 AHSTW 1

Underwood 7 Audubon 4

Riverside 7 Tri-Center 4

Missouri Valley 12 IKM-Manning 9

Pride of Iowa Conference 

Bedford 9 Nodaway Valley 8

Mount Ayr 12 Southwest Valley 0

Southeast Warren 6 Central Decatur 3

Martensdale-St. Marys 4 Wayne 3

Rolling Valley Conference 

Woodbine 22 Glidden-Ralston 16 — 8 inn

Missouri River Conference 

Sioux City West 7 Thomas Jefferson 2

Sioux City North 18 Abraham Lincoln 0

Bluegrass Conference 

Moravia 10 Diagonal 0 (Game 1)

Moravia 16 Diagonal 0 (Game 2)

Melcher-Dallas 10 Lamoni 0

Seymour at Mormon Trail

Orient-Macksburg 18 Moulton-Udell 5

Twin Cedars 6 Murray 5 — 8 inn

Non-Conference 

Griswold 7 CAM, Anita 6

Sergeant Bluff-Luton 2 Logan-Magnolia 1

BASEBALL SCOREBOARD

Hawkeye Ten Conference 

Red Oak at Shenandoah (suspended w/Red Oak up 12-8 in the bottom of the 8th)

Glenwood 2 Creston 1

Lewis Central 7 St. Albert 4

Denison-Schleswig 9 Atlantic 4

Harlan 4 Kuemper Catholic 1 (Game 1)

Harlan 10 Kuemper Catholic 0 (Game 2)

Corner Conference 

Stanton 10 Sidney 1

Western Iowa Conference 

Treynor 12 AHSTW 0

Underwood 6 Audubon 3

Tri-Center 18 Riverside 0

Missouri Valley 6 IKM-Manning 2

Pride of Iowa Conference 

Nodaway Valley 17 Bedford 8 — 10 inn

Mount Ayr 6 Southwest Valley 3

Southeast Warren 9 Central Decatur 0

Martensdale-St. Marys 11 Wayne 1

Missouri River Conference 

Sioux City North 10 Abraham Lincoln 2

Sioux City West 10 Thomas Jefferson 3 (Game 1)

Thomas Jefferson 15 Sioux City West 2 (Game 2)

Bishop Heelan Catholic 13 Sioux City East 3 (Game 1)

Bishop Heelan Catholic 12 Sioux City East 7 (Game 2)

Bluegrass Conference 

Lamoni 13 Melcher-Dallas 2

Moravia 3 Ankeny Christian 2 — 8 inn

Moulton-Udell 10 Orient-Macksburg 0

Murray 4 Twin Cedars 1

Seymour 3 Mormon Trail 2

Non-Conference 

CAM, Anita 21 Griswold 0

Roland-Story 12 Lenox 2 

Roland-Story 9 Lenox 4

Coon Rapids-Bayard 13 Newell-Fonda 9

Sergeant Bluff-Luton 6 Storm Lake 5

Monday, June 10th

SOFTBALL SCOREBOARD

Hawkeye Ten Conference 

Shenandoah 8 Clarinda 5

Red Oak 15 Creston 9

Atlantic 4 Lewis Central 2

Kuemper Catholic 12 Denison-Schleswig 8

Harlan 12 St. Albert 0

Corner Conference 

Fremont-Mills 7 East Mills 6

Western Iowa Conference 

IKM-Manning 15 Tri-Center 4

Underwood 7 Logan-Magnolia 3 (Game 1)

Underwood 5 Logan-Magnolia 3 (Game 2)

Riverside 12 AHSTW 2

Treynor 10 Audubon 0

Rolling Valley Conference 

Exira/Elk Horn-Kimballton 3 Glidden-Ralston 0

CAM, Anita 13 Boyer Valley 12

West Harrison 7 Coon Rapids-Bayard 1

Woodbine 8 Ar-We-Va 7

Missouri River Conference 

Abraham Lincoln 10 Sioux City West 0

Sioux City East 11 Bishop Heelan Catholic 7

Bluegrass Conference 

Twin Cedars 6 Moravia 4

Non-Conference 

Southwest Valley 10 Stanton/Essex 6

Lenox 12 Sidney 1

Nodaway Valley 7 Griswold 5

Westwood 14 Missouri Valley 1

Martensdale-St. Marys 6 Seymour 3

Grand View Christian 17 Central Decatur 1

Bedford 17 Lamoni 7

Wayne 3 Murray 2

Mount Ayr 18 Mormon Trail 0

Knoxville at Southeast Warren

Melcher-Dallas 8 Cardinal 6

BASEBALL SCOREBOARD

Hawkeye Ten Conference 

Clarinda 8 Shenandoah 4

Lewis Central 7 Atlantic 1

Denison-Schleswig 7 Kuemper Catholic 6

Harlan 2 St. Albert 1

Corner Conference 

Griswold 5 Essex/South Page 2

Fremont-Mills 11 East Mills 1

Western Iowa Conference 

Tri-Center 9 IKM-Manning 4

Underwood 10 Logan-Magnolia 0

AHSTW at Riverside

Treynor 5 Audubon 4

Pride of Iowa Conference 

Martensdale-St. Marys 22 East Union 5

Rolling Valley Conference 

Exira/Elk Horn-Kimballton 5 Glidden-Ralston 2

CAM, Anita 6 Boyer Valley 4

Coon Rapids-Bayard 10 West Harrison 2

Woodbine 6 Ar-We-Va 2

Bluegrass Conference 

Moravia 11 Twin Cedars 4

Non-Conference  

Glenwood 5 Thomas Jefferson 4 — 10 inn

Stanton 12 Lenox 2

Missouri Valley 6 Westwood 2

Wayne 10 Murray 4

Central Decatur 17 Moulton-Udell 2

Southeast Warren 15 Ankeny Christian Academy 1

Winterset 17 Nodaway Valley 2

Mount Ayr 2 Mormon Trail 1 — 8 inn

Saturday, June 8th

SOFTBALL SCOREBOARD

ACGC 11 Exira/Elk Horn-Kimballton 4

John Stephens Classic (at Creston)

Atlantic 6 Murray 3

Nodaway Valley 5 Clarinda 4

Washington 12 Central Decatur 1 — 6 inn

Lenox 2 Sioux City East 1 — 8 inn

Atlantic 12 Nodaway Valley 3

Bondurant-Farrar 8 Murray 6

Central Decatur 7 Clarinda 4

Mount Ayr 5 Sioux City East 1

Dallas Center-Grimes 8 Creston 4

Lenox 4 Red Oak 1

Mount Ayr 8 Red Oak 3

Creston 6 Central Decatur 5

Woodward-Granger Tournament

Woodward-Granger 11 Lewis Central 10

Pleasantville 12 Abraham Lincoln 4

Pleasantville 16 Lewis Central 1

OA-BCIG Tournament 

Ballard 14 Denison-Schleswig 0

Kuemper Catholic 8 MVAOCOU 4

East Sac County 9 OABCIG 3

Kuemper Catholic 4 East Sac County 3

Third Place: Newell-Fonda 12 Denison-Schleswig 2

Riverside Tournament

Riverside 16 East Mills 3

Thomas Jefferson 8 East Mills 4

West Harrison 9 Thomas Jefferson 0

West Harrison 8 Bedford 7

Riverside 10 Bedford 9

Van Meter Tournament

Treynor 3 South Hamilton 2 — 8 inn

Championship: Van Meter 4 Treynor 1

Webster City Tournament 

Webster City vs. Martensdale-St. Marys

Carlisle 8 Martensdale-St. Marys 5

Southeast Valley Tournament

Southeast Valley def. Glidden-Ralston

Panorama 11 Coon Rapids-Bayard 2

Consolation: Coon Rapids-Bayard 9 Glidden-Ralston 5

Woodbury Central Tournament

Sioux City North 8 Woodbury Central 1

Storm Lake 2 Sioux City North 0

Sioux City North vs. Whiting, 4:45 PM

Montezuma Tournament

Moravia 12 GMG 2

Moravia 9 Montezuma 0

Northwood-Kensett Tournament

Melcher-Dallas 16 Northwood-Kensett 4

Melcher-Dallas vs. Lake Mills, 10:30 AM

Moulton-Udell Triangular

Seymour 5 Twin Cedars 3

Moulton-Udell 10 Mormon Trail 9

Twin Cedars 19 Mormon Trail 0

Seymour 16 Moulton-Udell 0

BASEBALL SCOREBOARD

Western Iowa Conference

Treynor 15 Riverside 5

Rolling Valley Conference

West Harrison 11 Exira/Elk Horn-Kimballton 8

Non-Conference

CAM, Anita 13 Red Oak 3

Tri-Center 8 Stanton 2

Sioux City North 5 Le Mars 1

Dowling Classic

Dowling Catholic 10 Kuemper Catholic 0

St. Albert 14 Bishop Garrigan 4

Cedar Rapids Xavier 10 Bishop Heelan Catholic 0

Kuemper Catholic 7 Bishop Garrigan 0

Newman Catholic 15 St. Albert 14

Bishop Heelan Catholic 2 Dowling Catholic 1

Carroll Tournament

Carroll 10 Coon Rapids-Bayard 0

Underwood 9 Logan-Magnolia 7

Consolation: Coon Rapids-Bayard 14 Logan-Magnolia 7

Championship: Underwood 12 Carroll 5

Martensdale-St. Marys Triangular

Martensdale-St. Marys 14 Mount Ayr 4

Mount Ayr vs. Interstate 35, Truro

Martensdale-St. Marys 8 Interstate 35, Truro 1

Carlisle Tournament

Carlisle 9 Sergeant Bluff-Luton 1

Sergeant Bluff-Luton 11 Knoxville 0

Moulton-Udell Tournament

Seymour 14 Moulton-Udell 3

Mormon Trail def. Melcher-Dallas

Consolation: Melcher-Dallas 16 Moulton-Udell 9

Championship: Mormon Trail 13 Seymour 3

Friday, June 7th

SOFTBALL SCOREBOARD

Hawkeye Ten Conference

Game 1: Shenandoah 18 St. Albert 1

Game 2: Shenandoah 10 St. Albert 7 — 8 inn

Corner Conference

Stanton 8 East Mills 7

Fremont-Mills 9 Griswold 8

Western Iowa Conference

Game 1: AHSTW 13 Tri-Center 1

Game 2: AHSTW 9 Tri-Center 2

Game 1: Underwood 7 Missouri Valley 3

Game 2: Missouri Valley 5 Underwood 3

Riverside 6 Audubon 4

Treynor 11 Logan-Magnolia 1

Pride of Iowa Conference

Nodaway Valley 10 East Union 7

Lenox 11 Central Decatur 1

Mount Ayr 3 Wayne 2

Southeast Warren 10 Bedford 4

Martensdale-St. Marys 9 Southwest Valley 1

Rolling Valley Conference

Boyer Valley at Glidden-Ralston

West Harrison 15 Ar-We-Va 3

Coon Rapids-Bayard 6 Woodbine 4

Bluegrass Conference

Seymour at Moravia

Twin Cedars 15 Lamoni 0

Orient-Macksburg 17 Mormon Trail 0

Murray 11 Moulton-Udell 1

Non-Conference

Glenwood 11 Thomas Jefferson 5

John Stephens Classic (at Creston)

Bondurant-Farrar 3 Atlantic 2

Bondurant-Farrar 4 Sioux City East 2

Washington 11 Creston 2

Atlantic 8 Sioux City East 3

Ankeny 5 Creston 3

OA-BCIG Tournament

Carroll 11 MVAOCOU 1

Newell-Fonda 9 Kuemper Catholic 0

Ballard 15 East Sac County 3

Denison-Schleswig 13 OABCIG 3

Woodward-Granger Tournament 

Ogden 11 Abraham Lincoln 5

Abraham Lincoln vs. Woodward-Granger, 12:00 PM

Ogden 10 Lewis Central 2

Perry 11 Lewis Central 3

Le Mars Tournament

Sioux City North vs. Akron-Westfield, 9:00 AM

Bishop Heelan Catholic 8 Cherokee 2

Sergeant Bluff-Luton 7 Akron-Westfield 4

West Monona 12 Sioux City North 1

Bishop Heelan Catholic 6 Hinton 5

Le Mars 14 Sioux City West 2

Sergeant Bluff-Luton 3 Hinton 1

West Monona 13 Sioux City West 7

BASEBALL SCOREBOARD

Hawkeye Ten Conference

Kuemper Catholic 10 Shenandoah 3

Clarinda 4 St. Albert 2

Atlantic 6 Creston 5

Corner Conference

Stanton 5 East Mills 2

Fremont-Mills 5 Griswold 2

Sidney 7 Essex/South Page 0

Western Iowa Conference

Tri-Center 7 AHSTW 5

Audubon 10 Riverside 0

Logan-Magnolia 11 Treynor 10

Missouri Valley 5 Underwood 3

Pride of Iowa Conference

Nodaway Valley 10 East Union 0

Central Decatur 8 Lenox 4

Wayne 7 Mount Ayr 1

Southeast Warren 11 Bedford 4

Martensdale-St. Marys 4 Southwest Valley 3

Rolling Valley Conference

Ar-We-Va 2 West Harrison 0

Coon Rapids-Bayard 10 Woodbine 0

Boyer Valley 4 Glidden-Ralston 1

Missouri River Conference

Game 1: Sioux City East 5 Sergeant Bluff-Luton 4

Game 2: Sioux City East 6 Sergeant Bluff-Luton 4

Bluegrass Conference

Ankeny Christian 13 Melcher-Dallas 6

Lamoni 4 Twin Cedars 1

Moravia 12 Seymour 5

Mormon Trail 15 Orient-Macksburg 0

Murray 18 Moulton-Udell 0

Non-Conference

Lewis Central 11 Abraham Lincoln 5

Denison-Schleswig 3 Williamsburg 2

Davenport West 10 Denison-Schleswig 6

Sioux City West 4 Spirit Lake 3

Fort Dodge 13 Sioux City North 3

Thursday, June 6th

SOFTBALL SCOREBOARD

Hawkeye Ten Conference

Atlantic 9 Shenandoah 2 (Game 1)

Atlantic 10 Shenandoah 4 (Game 2)

Harlan 14 Clarinda 0 (Game 1)

Harlan 9 Clarinda 6 (Game 2)

Red Oak 12 St. Albert 2 (Game 1)

St. Albert 5 Red Oak 3 (Game 2)

Glenwood 7 Lewis Central 3

Creston 14 Kuemper Catholic 4 (Game 1)

Kuemper Catholic 8 Creston 5 — 8 inn (Game 2)

Western Iowa Conference

AHSTW 10 IKM-Manning 0

Audubon 20 Tri-Center 10

Logan-Magnolia 3 Riverside 1

Treynor 4 Missouri Valley 1

Pride of Iowa Conference

Mount Ayr 13 East Union 0

Rolling Valley Conference

Exira/EHK 9 Boyer Valley 8

Missouri River Conference

Sioux City East 13 Bishop Heelan Catholic 3

Sergeant Bluff-Luton 11 Sioux City North 4

Bluegrass Conference

Moravia 10 Orient-Macksburg 2

Melcher-Dallas 8 Seymour 1

Lamoni at Diagonal

Murray 12 Mormon Trail 0

Twin Cedars 13 Moulton-Udell 1

Non-Conference

West Harrison 14 Fremont-Mills 1

Lenox 10 East Mills 0

Underwood 7 Sidney 6

Southeast Warren at Colfax-Mingo

Greene County 14 Glidden-Ralston 3

Grand View Christian 11 CAM, Anita 4

BASEBALL SCOREBOARD

Hawkeye Ten Conference

Shenandoah 4 Atlantic 3

Harlan 12 Clarinda 2 (Game 1)

Harlan 5 Clarinda 1 (Game 2)

St. Albert 16 Red Oak 2

Lewis Central 10 Glenwood 7 — 8 inn

Kuemper Catholic 7 Creston 5 (Game 1)

Kuemper Catholic 13 Creston 8 (Game 2)

Western Iowa Conference

AHSTW 12 IKM-Manning 2

Logan-Magnolia 16 Riverside 3

Tri-Center 5 Audubon 3

Treynor 9 Missouri Valley 0

Pride of Iowa Conference

Mount Ayr 13 East Union 0

Rolling Valley Conference

Exira/Elk Horn-Kimballton 12 Boyer Valley 4

Missouri River Conference

Sioux City West 17 Abraham Lincoln 8 (Game 1)

Abraham Lincoln 8 Sioux City West 5 (Game 2)

Sioux City East 10 Thomas Jefferson 6 (Game 1)

Sioux City East 9 Thomas Jefferson 8 (Game 2)

Sergeant Bluff-Luton 12 Sioux City North 8 (Game 1)

Sioux City North 8 Sergeant Bluff-Luton 7 (Game 2)

Bluegrass Conference

Moravia 19 Orient-Macksburg 1

Melcher-Dallas at Seymour

Lamoni 6 Ankeny Christian 0

Mormon Trail 16 Murray 2

Moulton-Udell 8 Twin Cedars 5

Non-Conference

Nodaway Valley 15 Griswold 0

Underwood 12 Sidney 0

CAM, Anita 11 Lenox 0

Central Decatur 9 Colfax-Mingo 8

Martensdale-St. Marys 10 Des Moines Hoover 8 (Game 1)

Martensdale-St. Marys 13 Des Moines Hoover 3 (Game 2)

Wednesday, June 5th

SOFTBALL SCOREBOARD

Hawkeye Ten Conference

Shenandoah 8 Red Oak 2

Western Iowa Conference

Treynor 5 Underwood 0

Logan-Magnolia 8 Missouri Valley 5

Pride of Iowa Conference

Martensdale-St. Marys 14 East Union 4

Rolling Valley Conference

Exira/EHK 7 CAM, Anita 3

Glidden-Ralston 7 Ar-We-Va 4

West Harrison 15 Woodbine 0

Missouri River Conference

Bishop Heelan Catholic 13 Sioux City West 3

Bluegrass Conference

Melcher-Dallas 12 Diagonal 0

Mormon Trail at Seymour

Twin Cedars 4 Murray 0

Non-Conference

Sioux City East 9 Glenwood 7

Thomas Jefferson 13 St. Albert 3

Stanton/Essex 3 Orient-Macksburg 2 — 8 inn

IKM-Manning at Boyer Valley

Earlham 10 Nodaway Valley 4

Wayne at Interstate 35, Truro

BASEBALL SCOREBOARD

Hawkeye Ten Conference

Red Oak 2 Shenandoah 1

Western Iowa Conference

Underwood 4 AHSTW 2

Treynor 10 Logan-Magnolia 0 

Rolling Valley Conference

CAM, Anita 5 Exira/EHK 2

Ar-We-Va 19 Glidden-Ralston 1

West Harrison 7 Woodbine 3

Bluegrass Conference

Twin Cedars 6 Murray 1

Mormon Trail at Seymour

Non-Conference

Bishop Heelan Catholic 6 Glenwood 3

Lewis Central 11 Missouri Valley 1

Lenox 17 Essex/South Page 2

Stanton 13 Orient-Macksburg 0

Coon Rapids-Bayard 3 Audubon 0

Wayne at Melcher-Dallas

Southeast Warren 17 Lamoni 6

Earlham 2 Nodaway Valley 1

Martensdale-St. Marys 15 Panorama 9

Tuesday, June 4th

SOFTBALL SCOREBOARD

Hawkeye Ten Conference

Glenwood 10 Shenandoah 1

Red Oak 10 Clarinda 0

Atlantic 6 Harlan 5

Denison-Schleswig 9 Lewis Central 2

Kuemper Catholic 16 St. Albert 7

Western Iowa Conference

Underwood 7 IKM-Manning 2

AHSTW 6 Audubon 0

Logan-Magnolia 21 Tri-Center 2

Riverside 3 Missouri Valley 2

Pride of Iowa Conference

Lenox 7 Bedford 0

Mount Ayr 11 Nodaway Valley 2

Central Decatur 6 East Union 0

Martensdale-St. Marys 12 Southeast Warren 10

Missouri River Conference

Bishop Heelan Catholic 7 Thomas Jefferson 1

Sergeant Bluff-Luton 7 Abraham Lincoln 0

Sioux City North 5 Sioux City East 0

Bluegrass Conference

Melcher-Dallas 12 Orient-Macksburg 0

Moravia 5 Murray 3

Twin Cedars 14 Diagonal 0

Seymour at Lamoni

Moulton-Udell at Mormon Trail

Non-Conference

Fremont-Mills 21 CAM, Anita 9

Griswold 5 Southwest Valley 1

Sidney 10 Woodbine 9

Wayne at Davis County

Earlham 3 Exira/EHK 0

Ar-We-Va 11 Whiting 1

Sioux City East 9 Estherville-Lincoln Central 4

Estherville-Lincoln Central 10 Sioux City North 3

BASEBALL SCOREBOARD

Hawkeye Ten Conference

Glenwood 7 Shenandoah 1

Clarinda 8 Red Oak 0

Harlan 7 Atlantic 5

Lewis Central 10 Denison-Schleswig 1

St. Albert 10 Kuemper Catholic 0

Western Iowa Conference

Underwood 15 IKM-Manning 1

Audubon 2 AHSTW 1

Tri-Center 2 Logan-Magnolia 1

Missouri Valley 13 Riverside 1

Pride of Iowa Conference

Lenox 12 Bedford 10

Nodaway Valley 4 Mount Ayr 3

Central Decatur 18 East Union 3

Southeast Warren 3 Martensdale-St. Marys 2

Rolling Valley Conference

Coon Rapids-Bayard 18 Glidden-Ralston 4

Missouri River Conference

Bishop Heelan Catholic 12 Thomas Jefferson 2 (Game 1)

Bishop Heelan Catholic 8 Thomas Jefferson 6 (Game 2)

Abraham Lincoln 1 Sergeant Bluff-Luton 0 (Game 1)

Sergeant Bluff-Luton 7 Abraham Lincoln 0 (Game 2)

Sioux City East 7 Sioux City North 1 (Game 1)

Sioux City East 6 Sioux City North 3 (Game 2)

Bluegrass Conference

Melcher-Dallas 3 Orient-Macksburg 1

Ankeny Christian Academy 8 Twin Cedars 7

Lamoni 14 Seymour 2

Murray 2 Moravia 1

Mormon Trail 13 Moulton-Udell 2

Non-Conference

Southeast Polk 4 Creston 0

CAM, Anita 13 Fremont-Mills 0

Southwest Valley 13 Griswold 4

Woodbine 6 Sidney 4

West Harrison 22 Essex/South Page 12

Treynor 4 Cherokee 0

Davis County 15 Wayne 5

Ar-We-Va 6 Whiting 1

Monday, June 3rd

SOFTBALL SCOREBOARD

Hawkeye Ten Conference

Atlantic 4 Kuemper Catholic 2

Harlan 10 Lewis Central 0

Western Iowa Conference

IKM-Manning 5 Audubon 0

Rolling Valley Conference

Coon Rapids-Bayard 9 Boyer Valley 2

Missouri River Conference

Sergeant Bluff-Luton 16 Sioux City West 3

Non-Conference

Moravia 3 Central Decatur 1

Southeast Warren 8 Seymour 0

East Union 12 Mormon Trail 0

BASEBALL SCOREBOARD

Hawkeye Ten Conference

Lewis Central 3 Harlan 1

Kuemper Catholic 9 Atlantic 0

Western Iowa Conference

Audubon 8 IKM-Manning 1

Rolling Valley Conference

Coon Rapids-Bayard 6 Boyer Valley 3

Non-Conference

Mormon Trail 9 East Union 0

Moravia 10 Central Decatur 2

Lamoni 11 Wayne 3

Sioux City West 19 Ridge View 1

Cardinal 17 Melcher-Dallas 14

Roland-Story 10 Ankeny Christian Academy 4

Saturday, June 1st

SOFTBALL SCHEDULE

Trojan Tournament (at Atlantic)

Harlan 8 Panorama 2

Exira/EHK 9 Red Oak 3

Carroll 7 Glenwood 0

Clarinda 12 Audubon 4

Atlantic 14 ACGC 0

Creston 8 Lewis Central 4

Glenwood 6 Audubon 3

Atlantic vs. Red Oak, 11:00 AM

Creston 16 Panorama 6

Carroll 13 Clarinda 1

Harlan 3 ACGC 0

Exira/EHK 6 Lewis Central 5

Creston 11 ACGC 5

Atlantic 4 Carroll 2

Panorama 12 Red Oak 0

Lewis Central 11 Audubon 1

Harlan 6 Glenwood 0

Clarinda 4 Exira/EHk 3

Storm Lake Tournament 

Denison-Schleswig 17 Pocahontas Area 1

Championship: Denison-Schleswig 9 Storm Lake 3

CYO Tournament (at Carroll)

Bishop Heelan Catholic 11 St. Albert 2

Bishop Heelan Catholic 10 Remsen, St. Mary’s 3

St. Edmond 12 St. Albert 0

Gehlen Catholic 7 Kuemper Catholic 0

Remsen St. Mary’s 8 Kuemper 6

Championship: Bishop Heelan Catholic 8 Bishop Garrigan 4

AHSTW Tournament

AHSTW 12 Fremont-Mills 0

Sidney 13 Fremont-Mills 1

AHSTW 5 Sidney 1

North Fayette Valley Tournament

MFL Mar Marc 14 Riverside 9

Osage 6 Riverside 3

Missouri Valley Tournament 

West Harrison 11 Missouri Valley 2

Woodbine 11 Thomas Jefferson 9

Missouri Valley 10 Woodbine 9

West Harrison 10 Thomas Jefferson 0

West Harrison 13 Woodbine 8

Missouri Valley 2 Thomas Jefferson 1

Perry Tournament 

Van Meter 13 IKM-Manning 1

IKM-Manning Perry/Baxter

Murray Tournament

Semifinal: Murray 6 Seymour 2

Semifinal: Melcher-Dallas 4 Moravia 3

Consolation: Seymour 5 Moravia 3

Championship: Melcher-Dallas 2 Murray 1

Consolation Semifinal: Martensdale-St. Marys 15 Orient-Macksburg 2

Consolation Semifinal: East Union 6 Nodaway Valley 4

Seventh Place: Nodaway Valley 13 Orient-Macksburg 0

Fifth Place: East Union 7 Martensdale-St. Marys 6

West Central Valley Tournament 

Lenox 3 West Central Valley 1 — 8 inn

Championship Game: Earlham 4 Lenox 1

Bondurant-Farrar Tournament

Hampton-Dumont 15 Coon Rapids-Bayard 1

PCM, Monroe 10 Coon Rapids-Bayard 2

Colo-Nesco Tournament

Twin Cedars def. Colo-Nesco

Championship: Interstate 35, Truro 7 Twin Cedars 2

Sioux City West Tournament 

Sioux City East 1 West Monona 0

Sioux City East 7 Westwood 3

Sioux City North 9 Le Mars 7

Sioux City North 8 Lawton-Bronson 2

West Monona 2 Sioux City North 1

Sheldon Tournament 

Sergeant Bluff-Luton 9 Boyden-Hull/Rock Valley 5

Sergeant Bluff-Luton 10 West Lyon 3

Sioux Center 8 Sergeant Bluff-Luton 2

BASEBALL SCOREBOARD

Shenandoah 6 Sidney 2

Ames 5 Lewis Central 4

Southeast Polk 5 Abraham Lincoln 2 (Game 1)

Southeast Polk 9 Abraham Lincoln 0 (Game 2)

Woodward Academy 5 Ankeny Christian 3

Clarinda Quad

Treynor 11 Clarinda 7 — 9 inn

Treynor 7 Red Oak 5

Red Oak 6 Missouri Valley 5

Clarinda 14 Missouri Valley 11

CYO Tournament (at Carroll)

St. Albert 13 Remsen, St. Mary’s 0

St. Albert 19 Gehlen Catholic 6

Sunday: Kuemper Catholic vs. St. Edmond, 11:00 AM

Sunday: Bishop Heelan Catholic vs. Bishop Garrigan, 1:15 PM

Sunday: Kuemper Catholic vs. Bishop Heelan Catholic, 5:45 PM

Coon Rapids-Bayard Tournament

ADM, Adel 10 Coon Rapids-Bayard 1

Coon Rapids-Bayard 13 Pleasantville 6

Wayne Tournament

Wayne vs. Mormon Trail, 9:00 AM

Seymour vs. Twin Cedars, 11:00 AM

Consolation, 1:00 PM

Championship, 3:00 PM

Martensdale-St. Marys Tournament

Martensdale-St. Marys 8 Lamoni 5

Lamoni vs. Clarke

Des Moines Christian 2 Martensdale-St. Marys 1

Friday, May 31st

SOFTBALL SCOREBOARD

Hawkeye Ten Conference

Atlantic 9 Denison-Schleswig 7

Corner Conference

Griswold 10 Stanton/Essex 7

Sidney 9 East Mills 2

Western Iowa Conference

Treynor 16 IKM-Manning 2

AHSTW 8 Missouri Valley 2

Logan-Magnolia 10 Audubon 2

Pride of Iowa Conference

Central Decatur 1 Bedford 0 (Game 1)

Central Decatur 6 Bedford 4 (Game 2 — Non-Conference)

Lenox 6 Southeast Warren 2

Wayne 14 Southwest Valley 1

Rolling Valley Conference

Coons Rapid-Bayard 6 Ar-We-Va 2

Woodbine 14 Boyer Valley 4

Missouri River Conference

Sioux City East 11 Sioux City West 0

Non-Conference

Shenandoah 13 Fremont-Mills 2

Red Oak 11 Thomas Jefferson 6 — 9 inn

Lewis Central 11 Abraham Lincoln 2

Sioux City North 6 Le Mars 3

North Fayette Valley Tournament

North Fayette Valley 3 Riverside 1

Riverside 5 Starmont 0

Murray Tournament

Melcher-Dallas 3 Orient-Macksburg 2

Moravia 3 Martensdale-St. Marys 0

Seymour 5 Nodaway Valley 1

Murray 1 East Union 0

BASEBALL SCOREBOARD

Hawkeye Ten Conference

Lewis Central 12 Clarinda 0

Denison-Schleswig 10 Atlantic 0

Corner Conference

Fremont-Mills 15 Essex/South Page 11

Stanton 13 Griswold 3 — 5 inn

Sidney 6 East Mills 0

Western Iowa Conference

Treynor 17 IKM-Manning 1

Underwood 17 Riverside 0

AHSTW 7 Missouri Valley 6 -- 9 inn

Logan-Magnolia 6 Audubon 2

Pride of Iowa Conference

Central Decatur 12 Bedford 3

Southeast Warren 10 Lenox 2

Martensdale-St. Marys 3 Nodaway Valley 0

Southwest Valley 4 Wayne 1

Rolling Valley Conference

Coon Rapids-Bayard 13 Ar-We-Va 3

Woodbine 11 Boyer Valley 1

Missouri River Conference

Sergeant Bluff-Luton 14 Thomas Jefferson 1 (Game 1)

Sergeant Bluff-Luton 11 Thomas Jefferson 1 (Game 2)

Bluegrass Conference 

Moravia 11 Moulton-Udell 6

Seymour Ankeny Christian 

Non-Conference

CAM, Anita 16 ACGC 1

Exira/EHK 9 Tri-Center 5

BASEBALL SCOREBOARD - MISSOURI TOURNAMENT TRAIL (at O'Fallon) 

Class 2 State Tournament 

Championship: Ellington 9 Seymour 0

Class 4 State Tournament 

Championship: St. Francis Borgia 13 Westminster Christian Academy 1

Class 5 State Semifinals 

Marquette 4 Willard 3

DeSmet 1 Staley 0

Thursday, May 30th

SOFTBALL SCOREBOARD

Hawkeye Ten Conference

Denison-Schleswig 3 Clarinda 2 (Game 1)

Denison-Schleswig 9 Clarinda 5 (Game 2)

Glenwood 5 Kuemper Catholic 1 (Game 1)

Kuemper Catholic 5 Glenwood 4 (Game 2)

Harlan 12 Creston 2 (Game 1)

Harlan 8 Creston 7 (Game 2)

Western Iowa Conference

Logan-Magnolia 8 IKM-Manning 1

Underwood 18 Tri-Center 3

Missouri Valley 13 Audubon 10

Pride of Iowa Conference

Martensdale-St. Marys 12 Nodaway Valley 2

Missouri River Conference

Sioux City East 5 Abraham Lincoln 4 — 8 inn

Sergeant Bluff-Luton 2 Bishop Heelan Catholic 1

Sioux City North 14 Sioux City West 2

Bluegrass Conference

Orient-Macksburg 15 Diagonal 5

Moravia 11 Mormon Trail 1

Moulton-Udell at Melcher-Dallas

Twin Cedars 10 Seymour 0

Non-Conference

Atlantic 9 Exira/Elk Horn-Kimballton 0

Stanton 3 CAM, Anita 2

Fremont-Mills 13 Boyer Valley 2

Pella Christian 8 Southeast Warren 2

Grand View Christian 10 Coon Rapids-Bayard 2

BASEBALL SCOREBOARD

Hawkeye Ten Conference

Denison-Schleswig 4 Clarinda 0 (Game 1)

Denison-Schleswig 11 Clarinda 1 (Game 2)

Glenwood 8 Kuemper Catholic 1 (Game 1)

Kuemper Catholic 10 Glenwood 1 (Game 2)

Harlan 14 Creston 5 (Game 1)

Harlan 15 Creston 0 (Game 2)

Western Iowa Conference

Logan-Magnolia 8 IKM-Manning 3

Tri-Center 12 Underwood 5

Missouri Valley 6 Audubon 1

Missouri River Conference

Sioux City North 12 Sioux City West 2 (Game 1)

Sioux City North Sioux City West (Game 2)

Sergeant Bluff-Luton 7 Bishop Heelan Catholic 6 (Game 1)

Sergeant Bluff-Luton 10 Bishop Heelan Catholic 3 (Game 2)

Bluegrass Conference

Ankeny Christian 7 Orient-Macksburg 2

Moulton-Udell at Melcher-Dallas

Mormon Trail at Moravia

Seymour at Twin Cedars

Non-Conference 

East Mills 9 Whiting 5

West Harrison 19 Griswold 0

CAM, Anita 11 Stanton 10

Southeast Warren 3 Pella Christian 2 — 8 inn

Coon Rapids-Bayard 5 Pocahontas Area 4

BASEBALL SCOREBOARD - MISSOURI TOURNAMENT TRAIL

Class 2 State Semifinals 

Ellington 11 Skyline 6

Seymour 5 Silex 4

Class 4 State Semifinals 

St. Francias Borgia 5 Helias Catholic 0

Westminster Christian Academy 10 Savannah 0

Wednesday, May 29th

SOFTBALL SCOREBOARD

Western Iowa Conference

Treynor 9 Tri-Center 0

Rolling Valley Conference

Coon Rapids-Bayard 20 Glidden-Ralston 8

Ar-We-Va 11 Exira/EHK 8

Non-Conference  

Shenandoah 12 Griswold 2 — 5 inn

Red Oak 15 Fremont-Mills 4

Clarinda 12 Sidney 9

Sergeant Bluff-Luton 6 Harlan 4

Underwood 17 East Mills 10

Logan-Magnolia def. Abraham Lincoln 

Audubon 10 West Central Valley 6

Southeast Warren 5 Earlham 3

Des Moines Christian 14 Martensdale-St. Marys 7

Grand View Christian 13 Moravia 1

BASEBALL SCOREBOARD

Hawkeye Ten Conference

Harlan 8 Shenandoah 0 (Game 1)

Harlan 24 Shenandoah 7 (Game 2)

Western Iowa Conference

Underwood 12 Logan-Magnolia 3

Treynor 1 Tri-Center 0

Non-Conference

Glenwood 6 Abraham Lincoln 4

Thomas Jefferson 3 St. Albert 1

IKM-Manning 10 Boyer Valley 1

Audubon 16 West Central Valley 4

MVAOCOU 7 Missouri Valley 1

Southeast Warren 5 Earlham 1

Clarke 5 Central Decatur 1

Martensdale-St. Marys 13 Madrid 2

Johnston 21 Sioux City East 0

BASEBALL SCOREBOARD – MISSOURI TOURNAMENT TRAIL

Class 1 State Tournament

Championship: St. Elizabeth 2 La Plata 1

Consolation: Cooter 8 Weaubleau 5

Tuesday, May 28th

SOFTBALL SCOREBOARD

Western Iowa Conference 

IKM-Manning 10 Riverside 4

Missouri River Conference 

Sioux City North 3 Bishop Heelan Catholic 1

Bluegrass Conference 

Lamoni at Moulton-Udell

Non-Conference 

West Monona 4 West Harrison 1 — 8 inn

BASEBALL SCOREBOARD

Western Iowa Conference 

IKM-Manning 16 Riverside 10

Missouri River Conference  

Bishop Heelan Catholic 3 Sioux City North 1 (Game 1)

Bishop Heelan Catholic 6 Sioux City North 3 (Game 2)

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

Sioux City East 9 Sioux City West 6 (Game 2)

Bluegrass Conference 

Lamoni at Moulton-Udell

Non-Conference 

Audubon 13 Exira/EHK 3

West Monona 10 Boyer Valley 2

BASEBALL SCHEDULE - MISSOURI TOURNAMENT TRAIL 

Class 1 Semifinals 

St. Elizabeth 6 Cooter 1

La Plata 1 Weaubleau 0

Class 3 

Championship: Blair Oaks 1 Fatima 0

Consolation: Saxony Lutheran 9 Montgomery County 1

Monday, May 27th

BASEBALL SCOREBOARD

Non-Conference 

Sioux City West 3 Le Mars 0

BASEBALL SCOREBOARD - MISSOURI TOURNAMENT TRAIL 

Class 3 Semifinals 

Fatima 14 Saxony Lutheran 2

Blair Oaks 4 Montgomery County 2

Saturday, May 25th

SOFTBALL TOURNAMENT SCOREBOARD

Winterset Tournament

Harlan 3 Van Meter 1

Interstate 35, Truro 5 Harlan 3

Chariton 2 Coon Rapids-Bayard 1

Earlham 10 Coon Rapids-Bayard 0

Bishop Heelan Classic

Le Mars def. Abraham Lincoln

Fort Dodge 12 Lewis Central  0

Spirit Lake def. Lewis Central 

Abraham Lincoln vs. Sioux Center, 2:00 PM

Sergeant Bluff-Luton 8 Lawton-Bronson 0

Sergeant Bluff-Luton 9 Le Mars 6

Bishop Heelan Catholic 6 Sioux Center 1

Fort Dodge 10 Bishop Heelan 0

Fort Dodge 10 Sioux City East 1

Sioux City East 3 Spirit Lake 2

MVAOCOU Tournament

West Monona 9 Logan-Magnolia 1

Hinton 10 Logan-Magnolia 4

Centerville Tournament

Seymour vs. Woodward-Granger, 10:00 AM

Wayne vs. Knoxville, 11:45 AM

Seymour vs. Cardinal, 11:45 AM

Wayne vs. Woodward-Granger, 1:30 PM

Southeast Warren Tournament

Southeast Warren 13 West Central Valley 0

Twin Cedars 10 West Central Valley 4

Twin Cedars 4 Southeast Warren 2

Ogden Tournament

Martensdale-St. Marys 13 Glidden-Ralston 1

Boone 12 Glidden-Ralston 0

Martensdale-St. Marys vs. Southeast Valley, 2:15 PM

Southeast Valley 6 Glidden-Ralston 2

Boone 13 Martensdale-St. Marys 3

BASEBALL SCOREBOARD

Treynor 12 Shenandoah 4

Treynor 12 Shenandoah 2

St. Albert at Logan-Magnolia

Logan-Magnolia 14 Lawton-Bronson 3

Logan-Magnolia 6 Lawton-Bronson 3

Lewis Central 8 Boone 2

Johnston 17 Lewis Central 2

Van Meter 12 Coon Rapids-Bayard 2

Bishop Heelan Catholic 7 Le Mars 2

Friday, May 24th

SOFTBALL SCOREBOARD

Hawkeye Ten Conference 

Denison-Schleswig 8 Shenandoah 2 (Game 1)

Denison-Schleswig 3 Shenandoah 2 (Game 2)

Corner Conference 

Griswold 8 East Mills 5

Fremont-Mills 11 Sidney 6

Western Iowa Conference 

Missouri Valley 9 IKM-Manning 3

Riverside 11 Tri-Center 1

Underwood 6 Audubon 0

Treynor 10 AHSTW 2

Pride of Iowa Conference 

Lenox 3 Southwest Valley 2

Wayne 10 East Union 0

Rolling Valley Conference 

CAM 9 Ar-We-Va 1

Bluegrass Conference  

Twin Cedars 8 Orient-Macksburg 0

Non-Conference 

Kuemper Catholic 5 Carroll 3

Southeast Warren 7 Woodward-Granger 2

Western Christian 11 Sioux City West 5

Bishop Heelan Classic 

Sioux City North 19 Lewis Central 2

Sioux City East 10 Lewis Central 0 — 5 inn

Bishop Heelan Catholic 2 Estherville-Lincoln Central 0

Sergeant Bluff-Luton 10 Estherville-Lincoln Central 2

BASEBALL SCOREBOARD

Hawkeye Ten Conference 

Kuemper Catholic 10 Red Oak 0 (Game 1)

Kuemper Catholic 13 Red Oak 1 (Game 2)

Corner Conference 

East Mills 19 Griswold 9

Fremont-Mills 6 Sidney 4

Western Iowa Conference 

Missouri Valley 16 IKM-Manning 2

Tri-Center 11 Riverside 0 — 5 inn

Underwood 5 Audubon 0

Treynor 8 AHSTW 0

Pride of Iowa Conference 

Wayne 6 East Union 0

Southwest Valley 14 Lenox 3

Rolling Valley Conference 

Woodbine 14 Glidden-Ralston 2

Bluegrass Conference 

Orient-Macksburg at Twin Cedars

Moulton-Udell at Ankeny Christian Academy

Non-Conference 

Harlan 9 Bishop Heelan Catholic 6

Denison-Schleswig 9 OABCIG 4

Sergeant Bluff-Luton 3 St. Albert 2 — 8 inn

Nodaway Valley 15 Creston 3

Tournament 

Sioux City East 20 Clinton 5

Davenport West 8 Sioux City East 1

BASEBALL SCOREBOARD - Missouri Tournament Trail 

Class 4 State Quarterfinals 

St. Francis Borgia 9 Sikeston 6

Westminster Christian Academy 14 St. Dominic 3

Class 5 State Quarterfinals 

DeSmet 3 Rock Bridge 2

Thursday, May 23rd

SOFTBALL SCOREBOARD

Hawkeye Ten Conference  

Kuemper Catholic 7 Clarinda 2

Glenwood 13 St. Albert 1 (Game 1)

Glenwood 6 St. Albert 2 (Game 2)

Creston 9 Lewis Central 5 

Western Iowa Conference 

Riverside 6 AHSTW 3

Treynor 11 Audubon 0

Pride of Iowa Conference 

Southeast Warren 9 East Union 1

Lenox 2 Nodaway Valley 1

Bedford 7 Southwest Valley 5

Wayne 10 Central Decatur 1

Bluegrass Conference 

Moravia 12 Lamoni 0

Twin Cedars 6 Melcher-Dallas 2

Diagonal at Mormon Trail

Seymour 12 Moulton-Udell 1

Murray 10 Orient-Macksburg 0

Non-Conference 

Shenandoah 12 Stanton/Essex 2

Denison-Schleswig 16 Boyer Valley 1

Sioux City North 11 Westwood 1

BASEBALL SCOREBOARD 

Hawkeye Ten Conference  

Shenandoah 4 Denison-Schleswig 1

Kuemper Catholic 7 Clarinda 3

Red Oak 8 Atlantic 7

St. Albert 3 Glenwood 2

Western Iowa Conference 

Tri-Center 12 IKM-Manning 1 

AHSTW 10 Riverside 0

Treynor 10 Audubon 2

Pride of Iowa Conference 

Southeast Warren 25 East Union 0

Nodaway Valley 10 Lenox 2

Bedford 3 Southwest Valley 1

Central Decatur 4 Wayne 2

Missouri River Conference 

Abraham Lincoln 3 Thomas Jefferson 1

Bishop Heelan Catholic 8 Sioux City West 1

Bluegrass Conference 

Lamoni 7 Moravia 2 -- 9 inn

Twin Cedars at Melcher-Dallas

Ankeny Christian 6 Mormon Trail 1

Seymour at Moulton-Udell

Murray 4 Orient-Macksburg 3

BASEBALL SCOREBOARD - MISSOURI TOURNAMENT TRAIL 

Class 1 State Quarterfinal 

La Plata 4 North Harrison 2

Class 4 State Quarterfinals

Helias Catholic 7 Monett 0

Savannah 7 Pembroke Hill 3

Class 5 State Quarterfinals 

Marquette 5 Vianney 1

Willard 4 Glendale 1

Staley 1 Rockhurst 0

Wednesday, May 22nd

SOFTBALL SCOREBOARD 

Western Iowa Conference 

Riverside, Oakland 7 Audubon 4

Treynor 2 Logan-Magnolia 1

Rolling Valley Conference 

Ar-We-Va 12 Boyer Valley 8

West Harrison 3 CAM, Anita 0

Coon Rapids-Bayard 7 Exira/EHK 1

Bluegrass Conference 

Orient-Macksburg 15 Moulton-Udell 7

Non-Conference 

Denison-Schleswig 11 Abraham Lincoln 0

Atlantic 13 Missouri Valley 0

Creston 16 Southwest Valley 1

Nodaway Valley 14 Stanton 4

Central Decatur 5 Seymour 0

Wayne 9 PCM 2

Twin Cedars 2 Southeast Warren 1

Glidden-Ralston 13 St. Mary’s, Storm Lake 3

Cherokee 14 Sioux City West 3

BASEBALL SCOREBOARD

Western Iowa Conference 

Audubon 13 Riverside 0

Underwood 5 Missouri Valley 1

Rolling Valley Conference 

Ar-We-Va 14 Boyer Valley 3

CAM, Anita 10 West Harrison 4

Coon Rapids-Bayard 12 Exira/EHK 2

Missouri River Conference 

Abraham Lincoln 6 Bishop Heelan Catholic 5 (Game 1)

Bishop Heelan Catholic 15 Abraham Lincoln 5 (Game 2)

Sioux City North 10 Thomas Jefferson 0 (Game 1)

Sioux City North 4 Thomas Jefferson 1 (Game 2)

Bluegrass Conference 

Moulton-Udell 17 Orient-Macksburg 2

Non-Conference 

Atlantic 12 Logan-Magnolia 3

Carroll 8 Denison-Schleswig 7

Creston 5 Southwest Valley 4 — 8 inn

Stanton 4 Nodaway Valley 3

Twin Cedars at Southeast Warren

Martensdale-St. Marys 6 Des Moines North 0

Seymour 10 Central Decatur 7

BASEBALL SCOREBOARD - MISSOURI TOURNAMENT TRAIL

Class 1 State Tournament - Sectionals 

North Harrison 3 Northeast Nodaway 1

Class 1 State Tournament - Quarterfinals 

Weaubleau 5 Walnut Grove 4

St. Elizabeth 5 Wellsville 4

Cooter 9 Dora 1

Class 2 State Tournament - Quarterfinals 

Ellington 4 Chaffee 2

Skyline 8 Adrian 1

Seymour 10 Liberal 3

Silex 12 Bishop LeBlond 8

Class 3 State Tournament - Quarterfinals 

Blair Oaks 10 Lawson 0

Montgomery County 9 South Callaway 2

Fatima 4 Ava 1

Saxony Lutheran 7 West County 6

Class 4 State Tournament - Sectionals 

Pembroke Hil 2 Odessa 1

Savannah 9 St. Pius X 5

Helias Catholic 7 Marshfield 6

Class 5 State Tournament - Sectionals 

Marquette 4 Christian Brothers College 1

Glendale 6 Camdenton 0

Staley 3 Liberty 1

Tuesday, May 21st

GIRLS SOCCER SCOREBOARD - MISSOURI TOURNAMENT TRAIL 

Class 2 State Tournament - Sectionals

Pembroke Hill 1 St. Pius X 0

Class 3 State Tournament Sectionals 

Kearney 4 Graind Valley 0

Notre Dame de Sion 5 Bolivar 0

Incarnate Word Academy 3 Westminster Christian Academy 0

Glendale 5 Carl Junction 1

Union 2 Rolla 0

Central 2 Windsor 1

Class 4 State Tournament Sectionals 

Liberty 2 Staley 1

Lee’s Summit North 4 Blue Springs 0

Francis Howell 4 Hickman 0

Francis Howell Central 5 McCluer North 1

Lee’s Summit West 7 Jefferson City 0

Lindbergh 2 Jackson 1

BASEBALL SCOREBOARD - MISSOURI TOURNAMENT TRAIL

Class 2 State Tournament - Sectionals

Liberal 6 Marion C. Early 1

Class 3 State Tournament - Sectionals 

Blair Oaks 15 Lamar 3 — 5 inn

Lawston 7 Summit Christian Academy 6

Class 4 State Tournament - Sectionals 

Sikeston 6 Ste. Genevieve 0

St. Francis Borgia 7 Lutheran South 6

Helias Catholic vs. Marshfield

Monett 5 Springfield Catholic 4

Westminster 12 Jennings 0

St. Dominic 10 Orchard Farm 0

Class 5 State Tournament - Sectionals 

Vianney 9 Hillsboro 1

Willard 10 Webb City 1

DeSmet 8 McCluer North 0

Rock Bridge 5 Francis Howell 0

Rockhurst 11 Blue Springs South 1

Monday, May 20th

SOFTBALL SCOREBOARD

Rolling Valley Conference 

Coon Rapids-Bayard 5 CAM, Anita 3

West Harrison 19 Boyer Valley 7 -- 4 inn

Exira/EHK 11 Woodbine 1

Non-Conference 

Abraham Lincoln 7 St. Albert 5

Harlan 15 Underwood 3 — 6 inn

Sidney at Bedford

ACGC 12 Audubon 1

Missouri Valley 17 Whiting 1

East Union 11 Orient-Macksburg 1

Southeast Warren 8 Murray 0

Glidden-Ralston 9 Madrid 8

Spirit Lake 11 Sergeant Bluff-Luton 7

Le Mars 7 Sioux City East 3

Eddyville-Blakesburg-Fremont 11 Moravia 1

BASEBALL SCOREBOARD

Rolling Valley Conference 

Coon Rapids-Bayard 2 CAM, Anita 0

West Harrison 16 Boyer Valley 1

Woodbine 6 Exira/EHK 5 — 8 inn

Non-Conference

Abraham Lincoln 18 St. Albert 6

Sioux City West 8 Lewis Central 4

Harlan 10 Carroll 1

Kuemper Catholic 1 Spirit Lake 0

Tri-Center 16 Fremont-Mills 0 — 5 inn

Audubon 11 ACGC 1

Missouri Valley 17 Whiting 1

East Union 10 Orient-Macksburg 3

Greene County 5 Nodaway Valley 4 — 8 inn

Southeast Warren 15 Murray 0

Winterset 10 Martensdale-St. Marys 5

South Central Calhoun 10 Ar-We-Va 4

Glidden-Ralston 4 West Central Valley 2

Sioux City East 13 Le Mars 0

Eddyville-Blakesburg-Fremont 14 Moravia 3

Earlham 14 Melcher-Dallas 0

BASEBALL SCOREBOARD - MISSOURI TOURNAMENT TRAIL 

Class 1 State Sectionals 

La Plata 11 Green City 1

Weaubleau 12 Sheldon 5

Walnut Grove 6 Verona 4

Wellsville 4 Concordia 1

St. Elizabeth 5 Northwest 4

Dora 12 Eminence 3

Cooter 10 Oran 0

Class 2 State Sectionals 

Bishop LeBlond 14 Scotland County 5

Silex 11 Northeast 1

Seymour 3 Purdy 2

Adrian vs. Lone Jack

Skyline 6 Russellville 5

Chaffee 9 Valle Catholic 2

Ellington 5 Portageville 4

Class 3 State Sectionals 

Lawson vs. Summit Christian Academy

South Callaway 1 Palmyra 0

Montgomery County 13 Whitfield 1

Ava 1 Clever 0

Fatima 2 Houston 1

West County 11 Valley Park 10

Saxony Lutheran 9 Malden 8

Saturday, May 4th

GIRLS SOCCER SCOREBOARD

Creston Tournament: Creston 2 Boone 0 

Creston Tournament: Knoxville 1 Creston 0 (Championship)

Harlan 7 Riverside 0

BOYS SOCCER SCOREBOARD

Creston Tournament: Creston 8 Clarinda Academy 0

Creston Tournament: Riverside 5 Tri-Center 2

Creston Tournament: Riverside 3 Creston 1 (Championship)

Nevada Tournament: Perry 3 Kuemper Catholic 0 (First Round)

Nevada Tournament: Nevada 2 Kuemper Catholic 1 (Consolation Semifinal)

Nevada Tournament: Greene County 5 Kuemper Catholic 1 (7th Place)

Bondurant-Farrar Tournament: Lewis Central 4 Grinnell 0 

Bondurant-Farrar Tournament: Bondurant-Farrar 2 Lewis Central 1 (Championship)

Carroll Tournament: Humboldt 5 Carroll 2

Carroll Tournament: Thomas Jefferson def. AHSTW

Carroll Tournament: AHSTW Carroll (Consolation)

Carroll Tournament: Thomas Jefferson Humboldt

Atlantic 2 St. Albert 1

TOURNAMENT TRAIL GIRLS SOCCER SCOREBOARD

Class B District Finals

Skutt Catholic 8 Waverly 0

Elkhorn South 7 Columbus Lakeview 0

Omaha Mercy 2 Gross Catholic 0

North Platte 7 Roncalli Catholic 2

Elkhorn 1 Scotus Catholic 0

Hastings 1 Lexington 0

Omaha Duchesne Academy 2 Lincoln Lutheran/Raymond Central 1

Bennington 3 Gering 0

TOURNAMENT TRAIL BOYS SOCCER SCOREBOARD

Class B District Finals

Skutt Catholic 1 Lincoln Pius X

North Platte 1 South Sioux City 0 — 2 OT/PKs

Lexington 2 Schuyler 1

Columbus 2 Mount Michael Benedictine 0

Roncalli Catholic 2 Scotus Catholic 1

Northwest 2 Norris 1

Crete 4 Blair 0

Gross Catholic 3 Holdrege 0

BASEBALL SCOREBOARD

Excelsior Springs 18 Maryville 5

Park Hill 13 Maryville 2

TOURNAMENT TRAIL BASEBALL SCOREBOARD

Class B District 2 (at Bennington)

Bennington 8 Thurston-Cuming County 0

Nebraska City 4 Beatrice 0

Class B District 3 (at Hickman City Park)

Norris 10 Plattsmouth 9

Concordia 4 Blair 3

Class B District 5 (at Skutt Catholic)

Skutt Catholic 6 Arlington 5

Hastings 13 Gross Catholic 1

Class B District 6 (at Frerichs Field, Elkhorn)

Elkhorn 10 South Sioux City 0 — 5 inn

Platte Valley 8 Wahoo 4

Class A District 1 (at Millard West)

Millard West 9 Lincoln Northeast 4

Kearney 6 Millard North 5

Kearney 4 Millard West 2

Class A District 2 (at Elkhorn South)

Elkhorn South 10 Omaha Northwest 0

Papillion-LaVista 10 Omaha Burke 3

Elkhorn South 9 Papillion-Lavista 4

Class A District 3 (at Millard South)

Millard South 6 Papillion-LaVista South 0

Lincoln East 4 Omaha Central 3

Millard South 6 Lincoln East 0 

Class A District 4 (at Gretna)

Gretna 7 Norfolk 0

Westside 8 Columbus 1

Gretna 3 Westside 2

Class A District 5 (at Creighton Prep)

Creighton Prep 4 Bellevue East 3

Grand Island 6 Bellevue West 2

Grand Island 6 Creighton Prep 4

Class A District 6 (at Fremont)

Archbishop Bergan 11 Lincoln North Star 1

Lincoln Southeast 6 Lincoln Southwest 0

Archbishop Bergan 6 Lincoln Southeast 3

Friday, May 3rd

GIRLS SOCCER SCOREBOARD

Abraham Lincoln 3 Lewis Central 2

Missouri Valley at Denison-Schleswig

Kuemper Catholic 2 Tri-Center 1 — 2 OT/PKs

Treynor 2 AHSTW 1

Panoramam def. Underwood — OT

Bishop Heelan Catholic 2 Sioux City North 0

BOYS SOCCER SCOREBOARD

Denison-Schleswig 10 Missouri Valley 0

AHSTW 5 Treynor 1 

Underwood at Panorama

Sioux City North 1 Sioux City West 0 — OT

BASEBALL SCOREBOARD

Maryville 3 Chillicothe 2

North Andrew at West Nodaway

TOURNAMENT TRAIL BASEBALL SCOREBOARD

Class B District 1 (at Lawson Park)

Ralston 16 Branched Oak 2

Waverly 11 Ralston 3

Mount Michael Benedictine 10 Platteview 0 — 5 inn

Class B District 2 (at Bennington)

Thurston-Cuming County 6 Auburn 1

Class B District 3 (at Hickman City Park)

Plattsmouth 9 GACC-SS-WPB 7

Class B District 5 (at Skutt Catholic)

Arlington 10 Falls City 2

Gross Catholic 3 Fort Calhoun 0

Class B District 6 (at Frerichs Field, Elkhorn)

South Sioux City 3 Wayne 2

Platte Valley 13 Douglas County West 3

Class A District 1 (at Millard West)

Lincoln Northeast 2 Omaha North 0

Class A District 2 (at Elkhorn South)

Omaha Northwest 8 Lincoln High 4

Class A District 3 (at Millard South)

Papillion-LaVista South 6 Omaha South 1

Class A District 4 (at Gretna)

Norfolk 5 Omaha Bryan 0

GIRLS TENNIS SCOREBOARD

Lewis Central at Red Oak

Ralston at Abraham Lincoln

Sioux City North at Sioux City West

BOYS TENNIS SCOREBOARD

Lewis Central 7 Red Oak 2

St. Albert 6 Lewis Central 3

St. Albert 9 Red Oak 0

Abraham Lincoln 9 Thomas Jefferson 0

Thursday, May 2nd

GIRLS GOLF SCOREBOARD

Shenandoah 225 Sidney NTS

Council Bluffs City Tournament: Lewis Central 419 (1st), Abraham Lincoln 420 (2nd), St. Albert 513 (3rd), Thomas Jefferson 4th (543)

Sioux City East Invitational: Kuemper Catholic 414 (2nd), Sioux City East 418 (3rd), Bishop Heelan Catholic 452 (5th)

Fremont-Mills at East Mills

Griswold 238 Southwest Valley NTS

Audubon 219 Treynor 285

Missouri Valley 214 Logan-Magnolia 217

Mount Ayr 193 Lenox 225

Lamoni, Van Meter at Central Decatur

Rolling Valley: Boyer Valley 213 Exira/EHK 216 Coon Rapids-Bayard 230

BOYS GOLF SCOREBOARD

Sidney 190 Shenandoah 200

Atlantic Tournament: Atlantic 301 (1st), Glenwood 315 (3rd), Kuemper Catholic 318 (4th), Lewis Central 322 (5th), Clarinda 343 (6th), Creston 351 (7th), Denison-Schleswig 356 (8th), Red Oak 415 (9th)

Creston at Chariton

Fremont-Mills at East Mills

Griswold 241 Southwest Valley NTS

Audubon 183 Treynor 190

Logan-Magnolia 179 Missouri Valley 184

Mount Ayr 174 Lenox 232

Lamoni, Van Meter at Central Decatur

Nebraska Capitol Conference Tournament: Platteview 340 (1st), Syracuse 376 (5th)

Johnson County Central Tournament: JCC 315 (1st), Falls City 370 (2nd), Auburn 371 (3rd) Nebraska City NTS

GIRLS TENNIS SCOREBOARD

Shenandoah 9 Lewis Central 0

Clarinda 9 Audubon 0

Red Oak 9 Harlan 0

Glenwood 9 Abraham Lincoln 0

Kuemper Catholic 9 Denison-Schleswig 0

Thomas Jefferson 6 Omaha South 3

Sioux City West at Sioux City North

Bishop Heelan Catholic at Sioux City East

Wilber-Clatonia at Nebraska City

BOYS TENNIS SCOREBOARD

Lewis Central 8 Shenandoah 1

Clarinda 7 Audubon 2

Red Oak 6 Harlan 3

Abraham Lincoln 8 Glenwood 1 

St. Albert 5 Atlantic 4

Chariton at Creston

Denison-Schleswig 5 Kuemper Catholic 4

Thomas Jefferson at Southwest Valley

Maryville 7 Chillicothe 2

GIRLS SOCCER SCOREBOARD

Creston 8 Riverside 0

Valley Girls 3 Atlantic 2

Sioux City North 2 Denison-Schleswig 0

Tri-Center 8 Logan-Magnolia 0

Maryville 3 Cameron 0

BOYS SOCCER SCOREBOARD

Glenwood 8 Treynor 0

Indianola 7 Creston 2

Harlan 4 Carroll 1

Riverside 7 Valley United 2

Tri-Center at Logan-Magnolia

Sergeant Bluff-Luton 4 Thomas Jefferson 3

Bishop Heelan Catholic 4 Sheldon 3

NEBRASKA TOURNAMENT TRAIL - GIRLS SOCCER SCOREBOARD

Class B Subdistrict Finals

Bennington 2 Blair 0

Elkhorn South 1 Skutt Catholic 0

Waverly 3 Nebraska City 0

Columbus Scotus 1 Columbus 0

Lincoln Lutheran/Raymond Central 3 Seward 0

Hastings 3 Northwest 0

Class A District Finals

Westside 5 Lincoln Southeast 4 — OT

Lincoln East 2 Millard North 1 — 2 OT/PKs

Gretna 3 Kearney 1

Papillion-LaVista 1 Lincoln Southwest 0 — 2 OT/PKs

Papillion-LaVista South 4 Bellevue West 1

NEBRASKA TOURNAMENT TRAIL - BOYS SOCCER SCOREBOARD

Class B Subdistrict Finals

Skutt Catholic 6 Roncalli Catholic 0

South Sioux City 1 Mount Michael Benedictine 0 — OT

Columbus Scotus 1 Columbus 0 — OT

Crete 5 Aurora 1

Northwest 2 Holdrege 0

Class A District Finals

Kearney 4 Millard West 2

Gretna 2 Bellevue West 0

Papillion-LaVista 1 Papillion-LaVista South 0 — 2 OT/PKs

BASEBALL SCOREBOARD

East Atchison 10 Platte Valley 9

West Nodaway at DeKalb

St. Pius X 10 Maryville 7

Norris 7 Beatrice 2

Wednesday, May 1st

GIRLS SOCCER SCOREBOARD

Thomas Jefferson 1 Sioux City North 0 — 2 OT/PKs

NEBRASKA TOURNAMENT TRAIL - GIRLS SOCCER SCOREBOARD

Class B Subdistrict Finals

Omaha Mercy 2 Omaha Duchesne Academy 0

North Platte 3 Lexington 0

Class A District Finals

Omaha Marian 1 Millard South 0

Millard West 3 Lincoln Pius X 0

NEBRASKA TOURNAMENT TRAIL - BOYS SOCCER SCOREBOARD

Class B Subdistrict Finals

Omaha Gross Catholic 3 Nebraska City 0

Lincoln Pius X 2 Norris 1

Class A District Finals

Creighton Prep 3 Omaha Central 2

Lincoln Southwest 4 Grand Island 0

Lincoln East 3 Lincoln Southeast 0

Class A District 1 Semifinals

Omaha South 10 Omaha North 0

Millard North 3 Omaha Bryan 1

BASEBALL SCOREBOARD

Omaha Gross Catholic 11 Omaha Bryan 3

Elkhorn South 1 Millard West 0

Bellevue East 5 Lincoln North Star 4

Lincoln Northeast 4 Omaha Northwest 2

Tuesday, April 30th

GIRLS SOCCER SCOREBOARD

Harlan 1 Denison-Schleswig 0

AHSTW 3 Atlantic 2

Des Moines Christian 4 Valley United 1

Sioux City East 8 Sioux City West 0

Bishop Heelan Catholic 5 Unity Christian 0

BOYS SOCCER SCOREBOARD

Sioux City North 4 Glenwood 0

AHSTW 4 Atlantic 0

Harlan 4 Thomas Jefferson 1

Gilbert 6 Kuemper Catholic 0

Abraham Lincoln 6 Treynor 1

Bishop Heelan 5 Unity Christian 2

NEBRASKA TOURNAMENT TRAIL - GIRLS SOCCER 

Class B Subdistrict 2 Semifinals (at Bennington)

Bennington 10 Omaha Concordia 0

Blair 1 Omaha Roncalli Catholic 0

Class B Subdistrict 4 Semifinals (at Conestoga) 

Nebraska City 5 Conestoga 3

Waverly 4 Norris 3 — 2 OT/PKs

Class B Subdistrict 6 Semifinals (at YMCA Spirit Park)

Lincoln Lutheran/Raymond Central 3 Beatrice 0

Seward 1 York 0 — OT

Class A District 3 Semifinals (at Seacrest)

Lincoln Southeast 6 Omaha Bryan 0

Westside 1 Omaha South 0

Class A District 4 Semifinals (at Seacrest)

Lincoln East 5 Lincoln Northeast 1

Millard North 3 Lincoln High 0

Class A District 6 semifinals (at Beechner Field)

Lincoln Southwest 7 Omaha Burke 0

Papillion-LaVista def. Bellevue East

NEBRASKA TOURNAMENT TRAIL - BOYS SOCCER 

Class B Subdistrict 1 Semifinals (at Gross Catholic) 

Omaha Gross Catholic 3 Conestoga 0

Nebraska City 3 Plattsmouth 1

Class B Subdistrict 2 Semifinals (at Skutt Catholic)

Omaha Skutt 5 Elkhorn 0

Omaha Roncalli Catholic 2 Ralston 1 — 2 OT/PKs

Class B Subdistrict 3 Semifinals (at South Sioux City)

South Sioux City 3 Schuyler 0

Mount Michael Benedictine 2 Blair 1

Class B Subdistrict 4 Semifinals (at Norris) 

Norris 2 Lincoln Lutheran/Raymond Central 0

Lincoln Pius X 4 Waverly 0

Class A District 2 Semifinals (at Kearney) 

Kearney 8 Bellevue East 0

Millard West 2 Elkhorn South 1

Class A District 3 Semifinals (at Gretna)

Gretna 9 Fremont 1

Bellevue West 2 Westside 0

Monday, April 29th

GIRLS TENNIS SCOREBOARD

Glenwood 8 Clarinda 1

Denison-Schleswig at Lewis Central

Kuemper Catholic 9 Audubon 0

Nebraska City at Gross Catholic

BOYS TENNIS SCOREBOARD

Audubon 6 Thomas Jefferson 3

Maryville 8 Bishop LeBlond 1

GIRLS SOCCER SCOREBOARD

Sioux City East 4 Glenwood 0

St. Albert 7 Harlan 0

Bishop Heelan Catholic 1 Lewis Central 0

Sioux City West 3 Denison-Schleswig 2 — OT

Missouri Valley 2 Logan-Magnolia 0

Underwood 10 Riverside 0

Thomas Jefferson 2 Sergeant Bluff-Luton 0

BOYS SOCCER SCOREBOARD

Harlan 1 Glenwood 0

Lewis Central 2 St. Albert 0

Denison-Schleswig 4 Kuemper Catholic 2

Logan-Magnolia 5 Missouri Valley 0

Riverside 4 Underwood 3

Sioux City West 1 Sergeant Bluff-Luton 0

NEBRASKA TOURNAMENT TRAIL – GIRLS SOCCER

Class B Subdistrict 1

Ralston 5 Plattsmouth 0

Class B Subdistrict 3 (at Skutt Catholic)

Skutt Catholic def. Platteview

Elkhorn 6 Elkhorn South 0

Class B Subdistrict 4 (at Conestoga)

Nebraska City 9 Auburn 0

Class A District 1 (at Omaha Marian)

Omaha Marian 11 Omaha North 0

Millard South 2 Norfolk 0

Class A District 2 (at Millard South)

Millard West 16 Omaha Benson 0

Lincoln Pius X 1 Lincoln North Star 0 — 2 OT

Class A District 5 (at Gretna)

Gretna 9 Grand Island 1

Kearney 2 Omaha Central 0

Class A District 7 (at Bellevue West)

Bellevue West 10 Omaha Northwest 0

Papillion-LaVista South 11 Fremont 1

NEBRASKA TOURNAMENT TRAIL – BOYS SOCCER

Class B Subdistrict 1

Conestoga 3 Platteview 1

Class B Subdistrict 2

Elkhorn 6 Omaha Concordia 0

Class B Subdistrict 3

Schuyler 3 Bennington 0

Class B Subdistrict 4

Lincoln Lutheran/Raymond Central 1 Beatrice (at Norris) 0

Class A District 4 (at Creighton Prep)

Creighton Prep 4 Lincoln North Star 1

Omaha Central 2 Millard South 0

Class A District 5 (at Lincoln Southwest)

Lincoln Southwest 6 Omaha Northwest 0

Grand Island 3 Lincoln High 0

Class A District 6 (at Beechner/Seacrest)

Lincoln East 6 Omaha Benson 1

Lincoln Southeast 2 Omaha Burke 1

Class A District 7 (at Papillion-LaVista)

Papillion-LaVista 5 Norfolk 1

Papillion-LaVista South 2 Lincoln Northeast 0

GIRLS GOLF SCOREBOARD

Glenwood 201 Clarinda 209

Creston 193 Red Oak 232

St. Albert at Abraham Lincoln

Lewis Central 205 Denison-Schleswig 206

Missouri Valley 200 IKM-Manning 223

IKM-Manning 223 Logan-Magnolia 227

Riverside, Oakland 218 Treynor 252

Audubon 208 Underwood 278

Southwest Valley at Lenox

Rolling Valley at CAM, Anita

Johnston Invitational

Lamoni, Melcher-Dallas at Mormon Trail

BOYS GOLF SCOREBOARD

Shenandoah 176 Lenox 245 Fremont-Mills 247

Red Oak 199 Creston 200

Kuemper Catholic 165 Lewis Central 177 Harlan 179 Denison-Schleswig 180

Roncalli Tournament (St. Albert)

IKM-Manning 172 Missouri Valley 183

IKM-Manning 172 Logan-Magnolia 177

Riverside, Oakland 177 Treynor 181

Underwood 181 Audubon 191

Rolling Valley at Coon Rapids-Bayard

Lamoni, Melcher-Dallas at Mormon Trail

BASEBALL SCOREBOARD

Platte Valley 5 North Harrison 4

West Platte 18 DeKalb 3

South Harrison 12 King City/Union Star 0

Nebraska City 4 Douglas County West 3

Bennington 11 Plattsmouth 1

Ralston 15 Auburn 3

Wahoo 12 Platteview 11

Norris 5 Gretna 2

Lincoln East 7 Elkhorn 3

Wayne 6 Arlington 4

Waverly 11 Omaha Gross Catholic 7

GACC-SS-WPB 3 Fort Calhoun 1

Bellevue East 3 Millard West 1

Elkhorn South 20 Omaha Bryan 0

Omaha Burke 4 Bellevue West 1

Millard South 5 Omaha Northwest 1

Omaha Central 11 Omaha South 0

Creighton Prep 5 Westside 4 — 13 inn

Papillion-LaVista 11 Papilion-LaVista South 1

Saturday, April 27th

BOYS SOCCER SCOREBOARD

Treynor 10 Missouri Valley 0

AHSTW 9 Logan-Magnolia 0

East Sac County 4 Missouri Valley 0

Underwood 3 Logan-Magnolia 0

Treynor 5 East Sac County 2

AHSTW 4 Underwood 0

Championship: AHSTW 2 Treynor 1



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