951 The Bull Sports Report (6/28)

Yellow Softball Sitting on the Infield Dirt

In a couple of games heard right here on 951 The Bull last night, the New Hampton Chickasaws hosted the third-ranked Charles City Comets in a Northeast Iowa Conference double-header.  In the first game Savannah Anderson held the high-powered Comet offense to just three runs, but the Chickasaw offense managed just one hit off Sami Heyer and could not get any runs across as they dropped it 3-0.  In the second game, New Hampton took an early 2-0 lead as Lauren Frerichs scored in the first inning and Maddi Moorman scored in the second.  Kerrigan Tenge held the Charles City offense scoreless through four innings, but gave up two runs in the fifth which had the game tied at two.  Charles City would then score a run in the top of the seventh and held on to beat New Hampton 3-2.  The Chickasaw softball team falls to 21-11 overall and they finish the NEIC season at 11-7.  They will wrap-up their regular season with a two-day tournament in Don Bosco starting tomorrow.

The Rockford Warrior softball team hosted Nashua-Plainfield last night in a Top of Iowa Conference game.  The Huskies took the early lead with a run in the top of the first, but Rockford then scored eleven unanswered runs including seven runs in the sixth inning to end the game early 11-1.  The Nashua softball team drops to 8-14 overall and 5-10 in conference games.  The Huskies will next be in action tomorrow night at home against Lake Mills.

The Nashua-Plainfield Husky baseball team also hosted Rockford last night in a Top of Iowa Conference contest.  Nashua jumped out in front with a six-run second inning.  The Warriors would tie the game in the seventh before the Huskies pushed across the winning run in the bottom of the seventh for the 7-6 win.  Kristian Holmvig had two hits and two runs batted in to lead the Nashua offense and Dylan Downing earned the win by pitching the final two outs of the seventh.  Mason Hyde pitched the first six and two thirds innings for the Huskies and gave up three earned runs on five hits and struck out ten.  The Nashua baseball team ups their overall record to 8-13 and they are now 6-9 in the conference.  Nashua baseball will take on Lake Mills tomorrow night at home.

The Turkey Valley Trojan baseball team was at home last night for a non-conference game against the Crestwood Cadets.  Five runs in the second and sixth innings helped the Trojans win the game 13-10.  Cale Reicks had three hits and four RBI for Turkey Valley and Elliott Dietenbach, Evan Drilling and Simon Schmitt each had a pair of runs batted in.  The Trojan baseball team is now 9-15 overall this season and their next games will be tomorrow night when they host North Fayette Valley in an Upper Iowa Conference double-header.

The Sumner-Fredericksburg Cougar baseball team was in Calmar last night for a non-conference game against South Winneshiek.  The Warriors were able to take down Sumner-Fred 7-4.  The Cougar baseball team is now 7-14 overall this season and they will play again tomorrow night at home against Union-LaPorte City in a North Iowa Cedar League double-header.

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