951 The Bull Sports Report (6/7)

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In a game heard on our sister station 959 KCHA last night the New Hampton Chickasaw softball team was in Charles City for a Northeast Iowa Conference game against the Comets.  The game began as a pitchers dual between New Hampton’s Savannah Anderson and Charles City’s Sami Heyer as the Chickasaws trailed 1-0 heading into the bottom of the fifth inning, but Charles City opened up the game with four runs in the fifth and four more in the sixth to beat New Hampton 9-0.  The Chickasaw softball team is now 7-5 overall this season and their NEIC record is now 5-3.  They will play again tonight at home against Waukon and you can tune into the game right here on 951 The Bull beginning with a pre-game at 6:45 and first pitch is scheduled for 7pm.

The Nashua-Plainfield Husky softball team was in Northwood last night for a Top of Iowa Conference contest against the Vikings.  Nashua held off a late rally and were able to win the game 7-5.  Breanna Hackman had a home run and two RBI on the night and Toyia Griffen scored two runs for the Husky offense.  Rylee Weiss earned the win inside the circle as she pitched six innings, gave up two earned runs and struck out six.  The Nashua softball team improves to 4-7 overall this season and 1-3 in the conference.  Their next game will be Monday night at Garner.

The Nashua-Plainfield Husky baseball team was also in Northwood last night for their Top of Iowa Conference game against the Vikings.  Nashua took a 5-0 lead after two innings, but Northwood would score ten runs in the bottom of the third which would be the last scoring in the game as the Huskies went down in defeat 10-5.  The Husky baseball team falls to 3-7 overall and 0-4 in the conference.  They will play in a tournament held in Waterloo on Saturday for their next action.

The Turkey Valley Trojan baseball team hosted Waukon last night in an exciting non-conference affair.  The Trojans struck first with a pair of runs in the opening frame, and then the game went back and forth with each team holding the lead on two different occasions.  Turkey Valley was down a run heading into the bottom of the seventh, but were able to push a run across to force extras.  The Indians scored a run in the top of the ninth and held the Trojans in the bottom half to down Turkey Valley 6-5 in nine innings.  The Trojan baseball team falls to 5-7 overall and they will return to Upper Iowa Conference play tonight with a double-header at home against Kee High.

The Turkey Valley Trojan softball team was at Central Elkader last night for an Upper Iowa Conference double-header.  The Trojans were able to win both games as they took the first one 8-6 and then won the nightcap 14-6.  The Turkey Valley softball team is now 4-4 overall and 4-1 in the UIC.  They will next be in action on Monday night against MFL-Mar-Mac.

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