The Bull Sports Report (6/13)

The Nashua-Plainfield softball team came into Monday night’s game without a win as they took on conference rival, Rockford. The Warriors would jump out in front of the Huskies in this game with four runs in the first inning. More runs would come as the Husky’s pitcher, Toyia Griffin, struggled. Griffin allowed 12 runs, two earned, over four innings pitched. Sierra Fisher and Britney Holthaus were the only Husky batters to get hits. For Rockford, Jamie Schuster would allow only two hits on the mound while striking out six batters. Sarah Parcher had two hits, two RBIs, and two runs scored in this game for the Warriors. Nashua-Plainfield would remain winless on the season as the Huskies would lose to Rockford, 12 to nothing. The Huskies are now off until Friday when they will take on New Hampton. Rockford is now 10 and seven with a game tonight against Clario-Goldfield.

It was the same result as the softball game when the Nashua-Plainfield baseball team took on Rockford on Monday night. The Huskies would get their lone run of the game when Jared Whitinger would cross home plate in the first inning. Kristian Holmvig would have the only hit in the game for Nashua-Plainfield as the Warriors starting pitcher, Kayden Lyman, would shut them down. Lyman allowed one run but struck out 15 batters as Rockford wins on the baseball diamond, 11 to one. Clay Kuhlmeier filled the stat sheet with two hits, one run scored, one RBI, one stolen base, and one walk. The Husky’s baseball team will take on Northwood-Kensett on Wednesday night. For the Warriors, they will travel to Clarion-Goldfield-Dows tonight.

Sumner-Fredericksburg took on Denver on Monday night on the road. This game would last only three innings. The Cougars would score four runs in the first inning, five in the second, and three in the third to win, 12 to nothing. Kelsey Pagel had three hits in the game with three hits and three RBIs. Jaiden Jacobson would one up Pagel and drive in four base runners. Starting pitcher for the Cougars, Kaylyn Hoth, would allow only one hit over three innings of work. Sumner-Fredericksburg has a six and eight record and travels to Columbus Catholic on Thursday.


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