The Bull Sports Report (7/6)

The New Hampton softball team didn’t waste time getting their offense going in their first round regional game against Waukon. After the first inning, the score was 8-5, New Hampton. The Chickasaws bats would fall asleep for two innings before the onslaught continued. New Hampton would score nine more runs to win the game, 17-5. Isabel Leichtman had a home run and two RBIs while Savannah Anderson would have a rough start on the mound but would settle down to pitch six innings and only allow those five runs. New Hampton will now take on Center Point-Urbana tomorrow night at CPU. These teams played twice this season and each team walked away from those games with a win. The Chickasaws are currently 25-14 while CPU is 26-10.

Chickasaw baseball kept their winning season going last night as they ten run ruled Lake Mills, 11-1. New Hampton would get three runs in the first, third, and fourth to win the game in five innings. Ryan Gorman and Wyatt Stochl each drove in a pair of runs while Noah Fye would throw a five inning, complete game. Gorman, Carter Stochl, and Mason Cleveland all scored twice. That win bumps New Hampton up to 29-2 on the season with their finale being tomorrow night at Clear Lake.

Nashua-Plainfield softball was in post season action last night in the second round of the regional tournament against Clarksville. After the Huskies won in the first round, they dropped this game 18-0. Clarksville would score three runs in the first inning and would never look back. Sierra Fisher and Sydney Hansen were the only hitters for Nashua to put the ball in play. Toyia Griffin took the loss on the mound as she lasted just over one inning but was charged with seven unearned runs. That loss ends the Husky’s season and they finish with a 1-22 record.

The Husky’s baseball team would actually hold a 1-0 lead in their game last night through two innings before they continued their losing season. Nashua lost to Tripoli 11-1 in six innings. Mason Hyde had the only RBI of the game for the Huskies and he drove in Jared Whitinger. Levi Enright would have the only hit of the game for Nashua as they fall to 0-19 on the season with their final regular season game being tonight at Clarksville.

Sumner-Fred softball took on South Winneshiek in the first round of their regional tournament. These two teams only faced each other once this season and it ended in a Cougars win, 16-3. That was not the case in this game as the Warriors would win by one run, 11-10. South Winn moves on to face Beckman Catholic on Friday in Dyersville. Sumner-Fred’s season ends with a record of 16-14 while the Warriors are still alive and have a record of 17-15.

The South Winn baseball team dropped a heart breaker last night against Denison-Schleswig. The Warriors would lead by two runs through four innings before Denison would tie it up at two in the fifth. South Winn would retake the lead with one run in the sixth but Denison was once again able to tie it up. In the ninth inning, Denison would get one run to secure the win, 4-3. Levi Lukes crossed home plate twice for the Warriors. Hunter Todd and Jackson Lukes would have the only RBIs in the game as South Winn drops to 17-13 with their next game being tonight versus Janesville.

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