The Bull Sports Report (6/15)

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The New Hampton softball team came into Wednesday night on a four-game win streak and they would only extend that after this game. In the top of the first inning, the Chickasaws struck for nine runs against Decorah. New Hampton would tack on four more in the sixth and five more in the seventh to win the game, 18 to four. Isabel Leichman had a home run and five RBIs in the game for the Chickasaws. Kallie Olson and Lauren Frerichs would also have a good night at the plate as they each drove in two runs. New Hampton extends their winning streak to five and they will look to make it six when they host Oelwein on Thursday night.

New Hampton baseball continued their near perfect season on Wednesday night when they traveled to Waukon. The Chickasaws would ambush Waukon early with one run in the first inning, four in the second and third, and five in the fourth and fifth. This game would be shortened as New Hampton would win, 19 to two. Carter Stochl takes the win on the mound in this game as he allowed only one hit. Noah Hopp and Keegan Tenge would also pitch in this game for the Chickasaws. New Hampton travels to Turkey Valley on Friday night for their next game.

The Nashua-Plainfield baseball team had Tuesday night off but they were back in action on Wednesday when they hosted Northwood-Kensett. The Huskies came into this game winless on the season and nothing would change after this game. Northwood would jump out to an early three to nothing lead in the first inning. Nashua would tie it up in the third with two runs, but a three run, fifth inning ultimately put the game away for Northwood, six to five. The Husky’s offense was led by Kristian Holmvig, Mason Hyde, and Levi Enright who all had two hits in the game. Enright would take the loss on the mound as Nashua remains winless on the season. There next game is against Janesville on the road.

The Sumner-Fredericksburg softball team traveled to Denver on Wednesday night for a showdown on the diamond. The Cougars would win this game, nine to three. Sumner is now on a three-game winning streak and they will go to Columbus Catholic tonight.

The Cougars baseball team was not as lucky as the softball team on this night. Sumner would host Denver and for one inning, the Cougars were on top. After that, Denver came to life and would have a pair of four run innings. Sumner would only score five runs as a team and they would go on to lose, 12 to five. Sam Fox had three hits and three stolen in the game for the Cougars. Fox, Kolby Rich, and Cordell Cannon would all pitch in the loss. The Cougars will travel to Columbus Catholic tonight.