The New Hampton Chickasaw baseball team had three games over the weekend as they are in the middle of one of the busiest stretches of their schedule. On Friday night, the Chickasaws were in Cresco for a Northeast Iowa Conference double-header against the Cadets. In game one, Mason Cleveland pitched six innings of shut-out ball and the Chickasaws were able to win the game 6-2. Wyatt Stochl led New Hampton’s offense in game one with a hit and three runs scored while Josh Fenske, Noah Fye and Keegan Kane each had a pair of hits. In the second game, the Chickasaws won via the mercy rule as they were ahead 10-0 after five innings. Fenske again had a pair of hits and he, Ryan Anderson, Aden Zwanziger and Max Schwickerath scored two runs apiece. On Saturday, New Hampton played North Fayette Valley at home in non-conference action. The Chickasaws scored seven runs in the fifth inning to help them to a 10-3 victory. Max Babcock picked up the win on the mound as he threw six innings and gave up two unearned runs. The New Hampton baseball team is now 9-1 overall this season and 3-0 in the NEIC. They will be in action again tonight as they will finish their double-header against Decorah that was suspended last week. 951 The Bull will have the coverage of the rest of the first game for you starting with a pre-game at 4:45.
The New Hampton Chickasaw softball team had three games on Saturday as part of a tournament hosted by the Crestwood Cadets. In the first game, the Chickasaws knocked off South Winneshiek 7-3 with Laured Frerichs leading the offense. She had three hits including a double, a triple and three runs scored. Savannah Anderson was the winning pitcher as she threw all seven innings and gave up the three runs on six hits and struck out three. In game two, New Hampton came up on the short end of a 7-5 score against Independence. In the third game, the Chickasaws scored five runs in the sixth inning to help them defeat Mason City Newman 8-4. Frerichs led the offense again with three hits and four RBI. The New Hampton softball team is now 7-2 overall this season and they will be in non-conference action against Denver tonight. You can tune into the game right here on 951 The Bull after Chickasaw baseball coverage.
The Nashua-Plainfield Husky softball team hosted North Union on Friday night in non-conference action. The Huskies were defeated 14-3 in six innings. Britney Holthaus had a home run in the game for the Huskies who fell to 2-3 overall this season. Their next game will be tonight at Algona Bishop Garrigan.
The Nashua-Plainfield baseball team also hosted North Union on Friday night. The Huskies were able to come away with a 10-6 win. Mason Hyde led the Nashua offense with three hits including a home run, three runs scored and three RBI. The Husky baseball team is now 3-4 on the season and they will play at Algona Bishop Garrigan tonight.
The Turkey Valley Trojan baseball team was in Cresco on Saturday for a tournament hosted by the Cadets. The Trojans were able to split their pair of games as they defeated Crestwood 9-0 and were beaten by South Winneshiek 12-0. The Turkey Valley baseball team moves to 3-5 on the season and they will be at Starmont tonight for an Upper Iowa Conference double-header.
The Sumner-Fredericksburg Cougar baseball team was at home on Friday night for a North Iowa Cedar League double-header against Aplington-Parkersburg. In the first game, Sumner-Fred lost a close 3-2 decision as Sam Fox was the double threat. He had two hits for the Cougars and pitched all seven innings. Game two was all Falcons as they beat Sumner-Fred 9-2. Kelby Olson had three hits for the Cougars in the loss as they fall to 1-6 overall and 0-6 in the NICL. They will play a non-conference game at Waukon tonight.
The Sumner-Fredericksburg softball team went 3-1 at the North Fayette Valley Tournament over the weekend. They beat the Tiger-Hawks 15-7, beat Starmont 9-5 and beat MFL-Mar-Mac 13-3. Their lone loss was to Don Bosco by a score of 10-3. The Cougar softball team is now 7-5 this season and they will have their next games on Thursday at Dike-New Hartford.