The Bull Sports Report (7/5)

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The New Hampton softball team will get their post season started tonight at home when they take on Waukon. The Chickasaws played Waukon three times this season and outscored them in those games, 33-8. Seven of the eight runs came in one game for Waukon as they come into this game with a 7-24 record. New Hampton is ten games about .500 with a 24-14 record. The winner of this game will take on either Center Point-Urbana or Oelwein in the next round. Tonight’s game will start at 7.

The Chickasaw’s baseball team hosted Waukon for a doubleheader Monday night. Both of these games would go New Hampton’s way as they won game one 11-1 and game two 13-3. Noah Hopp and Trevor Svec each drove in three runs in game one while Carter Stochl would take the win on the mound. Ryan Gorman would collect two hits, two runs scored, three RBIs, and would get the win pitching. Josh Fenske also had a couple of hits and drove in three base runners. The Chickasaws are 28-2 this season and have Lake Mills coming to town tonight.

Nashua-Plainfield softball went winless in the regular season but managed to come away with a 9-5 victory over Dunkerton at the regional tournament. The Huskies will take on top-seeded, Clarksville, tonight at 7 pm. Clarksville and Nashua did not faceoff in the regular season. The Huskies come into this game with a record of 1-21 while Clarksville sits at 24-2.

The Husky’s baseball team still has games tonight and tomorrow night before they wrap up their regular season. Tonight’s game will be at Tripoli and tomorrow’s game will be at Clarksville. Nashua-Plainfield baseball did not take on either of these teams this year and they will come into the game with an 0-18 record.

Turkey Valley baseball traveled to Starmont for a doubleheader on Monday evening and the teams would each walk away with a win. The Stars won game one, 7-3, while the Trojans won game two, 10-7. After Monday night, Turkey Valley sits with a 9-15 record and will play at Crestwood tonight.

The Sumner-Fredericksburg softball team comes into post season play on a six game winning streak. The Cougars will square off against South Winneshiek tonight at 7 in Calmar. These two teams faced off once this season and it was Sumner-Fred that came away with a 16-3 win over the Warriors. The Cougars come in with a record of 16-14 while South Winneshiek has a 16-15 record.

The Cougar’s baseball team dropped both games in a doubleheader to Aplington-Parkersburg on Monday night. Aplington’s, Carter Cuvelier, would throw a seven inning, no-hitter in game one as Sumner-Fred would lose, 4-0. Jordon Jacobson would be the only base runner of the game for the Cougars as he would draw a walk. Game two was more of the same as Aplington would win this game, 5-3. Sam Fox had two hits in this game along with two stolen bases. Kolby Rich would drive in the only earned run of the game for Sumner-Fred as they fall to 1-25 on the season. The Cougar’s last game of the season is tonight at home against Union Community.

South Winneshiek baseball traveled to Postville for two games on Monday night and the Warriors would come away with two dominant wins. Game one’s final score was 11-1 in favor of South Winn. Hunter Todd and Jackson Lukes each had two hits in the game while Mason Elsbernd would come away with the win on the mound. Game two was even better for the Warriors as they won, 14-1. A seven run second inning sealed the deal for South Winn. Lukes would drive in three more runs in this game, but he had some help as Levi Lukes drove in two runs of his own. Joel Hanson would also collect three hits in this game as the Warriors improved to 17-12. South Winn’s next game is against St. Ansgar tonight.

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