The Bulls Sports Report (6/28)

In a couple of games heard right here on 951 The Bull last night, the New Hampton Chickasaw baseball team was in Waverly for a key Northeast Iowa Conference double-header. In the first game, the Chickasaws and Go-Hawks exchanged runs through the first three innings and Waverly led it 3-2 in the sixth when New Hampton was able to tie it to force extras. The Go-Hawks pushed across a run in the bottom of the eighth for the walk-off 4-3 win handing New Hampton their first NEIC loss this season. Carter Stochl had two hits, a run, and an RBI in the first game and he also pitched six innings, gave up three hits, and struck out six. Game two was all New Hampton as they jumped ahead with three runs in the first, and would score five more runs in both the fourth and sixth innings to win the game 15-7. Josh Fenske had three hits, three runs scored and an RBI to lead the Chickasaw offense, Aden Zwanziger had three hits, two RBIs, and a run scored. Keegan Tenge and Ryan Gorman each had two hits and two runs driven in and Wyatt Stochl had three runs batted in. Gorman picked up the win on the mound as he pitched five innings, gave up eight hits and struck out seven. The New Hampton baseball team is now 23-2 overall and they still hold the lead in the NEIC with a 13-1 conference record. The Chickasaws will be back in action tonight at home against Clayton Ridge.

The New Hampton Chickasaw softball team was at home last night for a Northeast Iowa Conference double-header against Waukon. The Chickasaws were able to squeak by in game one as they won 8-7 and then dominated game two and won 10-0 in five innings. New Hampton’s overall record is now 21-13 and they finish their NEIC season with a record of 11-7. They will return to action tonight as they will travel to West Union to take on North Fayette Valley.

The Sumner-Fredericksburg Cougar softball team was at home for a North Iowa Cedar League match-up with Wapsie Valley. Behind a complete game shut-out from Kaylyn Hoth, the Cougars won 7-0. Krayton Allen had three hits including a home run and three RBI to lead the Sumner-Fred offense. Jenna Pagel also homered and Kesley Allen had three hits and three runs scored. The Cougar softball team improves to 13-14 overall and move to 9-7 in the NICL. They will play again tonight as they will be at Aplington-Parkersburg for a double-header.

The Turkey Valley Trojan softball team was able to win their first game of the season last night as they defeated Riceville in Riceville 9-8. Shayla Kuennen went 4-4 with two runs scored. Jaedyn Winter had three hits and three RBIs while Sadie Nymeyer, Lydia Schuchardt, Kim Fischer, and Ashton Kout each had a pair of hits in the win. The Trojan softball team is now 1-27 on the year and they will take on Sumner-Fredericksburg tomorrow night for their next action.

The South Winneshiek Warrior softball team was at home last night for a non-conference game against Decorah. The Warriors were able to win the game 7-4 and improve to 16-12 overall on the season. The South Winn softball team will play again tonight at MFL-Mar-Mac for an Upper Iowa Conference double-header.


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