Tuesday May 16th Local Sports
AM-1490/96.7-FM KRIB, kribam.com — Clear Lake baseball vs. Mason City High — Pritchard’s Pre-Game 7:20, first pitch 7:30
AM-1300 KGLO — Minnesota Twins at Los Angeles Dodgers — pre-game 8:30, first pitch 9:10
VAN METER — In a matchup of highly-ranked teams to start the high school baseball season, #2/1A Newman beat #1/2A Van Meter 5-2 in Van Meter last night. The victory by the Knights ended Van Meter’s 54-game winning streak. Newman enters Top of Iowa Conference play tonight as they travel to Forest City.
— other high school baseball Monday
Boone 10, Hampton-Dumont-CAL 3
LOS ANGELES (AP) — Chris Taylor scored on a bases-loaded walk in the 12th inning, Max Muncy homered twice to move back into the major league lead, and the Los Angeles Dodgers beat the Minnesota Twins 9-8 for their sixth straight win. Trayce Thompson drew a walk on a full count with the bases loaded and a full count off Jorge López (1-1) to give Los Angeles the victory. Will Smith also went deep as the Dodgers. Los Angeles led 6-3 thru seven innings before the game saw three ties and three lead changes in the final five frames. Minnesota’s Trevor Larnach hit a game-tying home run in the eighth inning.
MASON CITY — West Fork won the Class 1A boys district golf tournament at Highland Park in Mason City on Monday. The Warhawks shot a 329, with runner-up AGWSR finishing second with a 330. Zaden Eggers of BCLUW was the medalist with a 75, with Nolan Reser of North Butler also qualifying for the state tournament, being the runner-up with a 76.
— high school boys post-season soccer
== 2A Substate 2 quarterfinals at Clear Lake
Clear Lake 10, Charles City 0
Aplington-Parkersburg 7, New Hampton 1
== 1A Substate 2 quarterfinal at North Fayette Valley
North Fayette Valley 8, Garner-Hayfield-Ventura 0
MASON CITY — The Mason City High boys tennis team has advanced to the substate team tennis final after a 5-0 win over Ankeny. The Riverhawks only needed their singles matches to advance, getting wins from Reed Kruger, Sander Tompkins, Seth VandenBerg, Rylan Kuhn and Trenton Kruger. Justin Yarahmadi had a lead in his match but did not finish as Mason City had clinched the team victory. The Riverhawks now advance to host Cedar Falls on Wednesday afternoon in the substate team final.
AMES — Iowa State running back Jirehl Brock says he was back to 100 percent by the end of spring drills. Brock struggled with injuries during a 4-8 season in 2022 and missed the last two games with a broken foot.
Brock says the offensive line made a lot of progress under first year line coach Ryan Clanton.
The Cyclones open next season at home on September second against UNI.