The Bull Sports Report (6/22)

The New Hampton Chickasaw softball team was at home last night for a Northeast Iowa Conference double-header against Waverly-Shell Rock.  In game one, the Chickasaws put a couple of runs on the board in the fourth and sixth innings. Savannah Anderson did the rest as New Hampton shut out the Go-Hawks, 4-0.  Anderson gave up just six hits in route to the complete game shut-out.  In game two, Waverly took a quick 1-0 lead in the first, but the Chickasaws scored two in the third, three in the fourth and added another in the fifth. New Hampton walked away with a 6-1 win to complete the sweep.  The two wins gives New Hampton softball an overall record of 18-8 and they improve to 9-5 in the NEIC.  The Chickasaws will take part in another NEIC double-header tonight as they will head to Charles City weather permitting.

The New Hampton Chickasaw baseball team kept rolling last night after defeating Oelwein at home 10-0 in five innings.  Ryan Gorman and Josh Fenske each had two hits and two runs batted in for the Chickasaws and Gorman pitched all five innings while giving up only one hit and struck out five.  The Chickasaw baseball team is now 21-1 overall on the season and they remain perfect in the Northeast Iowa Conference at 11-0.  New Hampton will play Crestwood tomorrow night for their next action.

The Nashua-Plainfield baseball team was at Saint Ansgar last night for a Top of Iowa Conference match-up.  The Saints scored eight runs in the bottom of the first and were able to cruise to a 13-3 win in five innings.  Levi Enright led the Huskies with a double and two RBI and Kristian Holmvig pitched three and two thirds innings, gave up two earned runs and struck out two.  The Nashua baseball team remains winless as they sit at 0-13 overall and they fall to 0-12 in the conference.  The Huskies will host Osage tonight.

The Sumner-Fredericksburg Cougar baseball team was on the road last night for North Iowa Cedar League action against Denver.  The Cougars dropped the game 10-0 in six innings to fall to 0-19 overall this season.  Sumner-Fred will play again tonight at home against Jesup.

The Sumner-Fredericksburg softball team was in Calmar last night for a non-conference tilt against South Winneshiek.  The Cougars’ offense was running on all cylinders as they pounded out 15 hits in route to a 16-3 victory.  Jadlin Seehase had three hits and three RBI, Krayton Allen had two hits and drove in five runs. Jordan Burrows had a pair of hits and had three runs batted in as well.  Sumner-Fred softball is now 9-13 overall this season and they will host Jesup tonight while South Winn softball falls to 14-11 and they will be on the road for a double-header tonight against MFL-Mar-Mac.


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