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The Bull Sports Report (6/30)

In a game heard right here on 951 The Bull last night, the New Hampton Chickasaw baseball team was at home for a non-conference game against Central Springs. Zach Wemark and Dillon Njus combined to pitch a complete game shut-out as they gave up four hits collectively and together struck out eight in a New Hampton, 6-0 win. The Chickasaw offense was led by Noah Hopp who had a homer, a double, and three RBI while Carter Stochl would drive in a pair of runs. New Hampton baseball is now 24-2 overall this season and they will be back in action tonight for a Northeast Iowa Conference double-header at Charles City. You can tune into these games on our sister station, 959 KCHA, with first pitch scheduled for 5 pm.

The Turkey Valley Trojan softball team took part in an Upper Iowa Conference double-header last night at Starmont. The Trojans won the first game 3-2, but lost the second game 5-3. In game one, the Trojans scored two runs in the top of the seventh to help get them over the top and Jaedyn Winter led the offense with two hits and a run scored. Ashton Kout picked up the win in the first game as she gave up just five hits in her seven innings of work. In game two, the Turkey Valley offense was led by Kim Fischer who had a double and two runs batted in. The Trojan softball team finishes their regular season with a 2-28 overall record and their conference record ends at 1-19. They will now focus their attention on the Regional Tournament and their first round game will be on Monday night at Central Elkader.

The Sumner-Fredericksburg Cougar softball team put on an offensive display last night in their North Iowa Cedar League game at Dike-New Hartford. The Cougars routed the Wolverines 20-2 in five innings. Chelsea Burrows and Jenna Pagel each homered in the win. Burrows finished the night with four RBIs as did Jadlin Seehase, Pagel, and Abby Meyer each had three runs batted in. Mariah Nuss was the winning pitcher as she pitched all five innings, gave up four hits, and struck out one. The Cougar softball team is now 15-14 overall and they are 11-7 in the NICL. They will be in non-conference action tonight at home against MFL-Mar-Mac.

The Sumner-Fredericksburg Cougar baseball team was shut-out last night in their North Iowa Cedar League game against Dike-New Hartford. The final score was 6-0 as the Cougar baseball team falls to 1-23 on the season. Sumner-Fred baseball will next be in action on Monday at home against Aplington-Parkersburg.

The South Winneshiek Warrior baseball team hosted Waverly-Shell Rock in non-conference play last night. The Warriors finished on the short end of a 13-9 score. Jackson Lukes had a home run for South Winn in the loss and Cole Phillips finished with three runs scored and two RBIs. The Warrior baseball team is now 17-12 overall and they will be off until Wednesday when they will host Saint Ansgar and Denison.

The South Winneshiek Warrior softball team had some trouble scoring runs in their double-header at Kee High last night. The Warriors were shut out 11-0 and 12-0 to finish the season with a 16-15 record. They now look ahead to Regionals where they will play at Sumner-Fredericksburg on Wednesday.

Other area games on the schedule this weekend include the New Hampton Chickasaw softball team who will finish up their regular season with a two-day tournament starting today hosted by Don Bosco.

The Nashua-Plainfield Husky baseball and softball teams will be in Top of Iowa Conference action tonight at home against West Fork and both teams will be looking for their first victories of the season. The Husky baseball team is 0-15 overall and 0-14 in league play while the Nashua softball team is 0-16 and 0-13. West Fork baseball comes in at 15-3 overall and 12-3 in the conference and the War-Hawk softball team is 10-8 and 8-6. Both games will start at 6 pm.

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