In a couple of games heard right here on 951 The Bull Friday night, the New Hampton Chickasaw baseball team was in Oelwein for a Northeast Iowa Conference double-header. The Chickasaws were able to win both games rather easily as they beat the Huskies 13-2 in the first game and then took game two 12-2 in five innings. In game one, Josh Fenske, Wyatt Stochl, Noah Fye, Max Babcock, and Braydon Fisher each had two hits and Stochl, Aden Zwanziger, Ryan Anderson, Babcock and Fisher each scored a pair of runs. Zwanziger pitched all seven innings for New Hampton and gave up the two runs on three hits and struck out five. In game two, Noah Fye and Ryan Anderson led the Chickasaw offense with three hits apiece as Fye had two doubles and a run scored, Aden Zwanziger scored three runs in game two. Mason Cleveland earned the win on the mound as he pitched the first three innings, gave up two unearned runs on no hits and struck out seven. The New Hampton baseball team improves to 13-3 overall this season and 6-2 in the NEIC. They will be in conference action again tonight when they host Charles City. You can tune into the game right here on 951 The Bull starting with a pre-game at around 7pm and first pitch will be at about 7:15.
The New Hampton Chickasaw softball team was in Monona on Friday for a non-conference match-up with MFL-Mar-Mac. The Chickasaws were 10-0 winners in five innings. Kallie Olson had three runs batted in for New Hampton and Lauren Frerichs had two hits, two runs scores and two RBI. Savannah Anderson was the winning pitcher as she threw all five shutout innings, gave up two hits and struck out five. The Chickasaw softball team is now 9-5 overall this season and they will be in non-conference action again tonight when they host Denver.
The Nashua-Plainfield baseball team went 0-2 at a tournament held in Waterloo on Saturday. They lost 13-1 against Algona in five innings and then were beaten by Bettendorf 10-2. The Husky baseball team is now 3-9 overall this season and they will be back in action tonight at Garner-Hayfield-Ventura.
The Turkey Valley Trojan softball team was in Central City on Friday for non-conference action. The Trojans were beaten in their game against Central City 13-1 in five innings to fall to 4-5 overall on the season. They will return to Upper Iowa Conference play tonight when they host MFL-Mar-Mac in a double header.
The Sumner-Fredericksburg Cougar softball team had three games over the weekend as part of a tournament held in Conrad. On Friday night, the Cougars were beaten by Cedar Falls 1-0 as the Tiger scored their run in the seventh inning. Kaylyn Hoth pitched the complete game as she gave up the one unearned run on five hits and struck out two. Liz Fox had the only two hits for Sumner-Fred in the game. On Saturday, the Cougars picked up a 6-2 win over South Hardin as Abby Meyer led the offense with three hits, Jordan Burrows had three RBI and Tiffany Beyer had two hits and two runs scored. Kaylyn Hoth earned the win inside the circle with all seven innings pitched and four strike-outs. In the second game on Saturday, Sumner-Fred dominated Gladbrook Reinbeck 19-0 in three innings. Krayton Allen had three hits, including two doubles, a home run and six RBI to lead the Cougars and Jordan Burrows had four runs batted in. Chantelle Nuss pitched the three innings to earn the win as she gave up no runs on no hits and struck out two. The Sumner-Fred softball team is now 11-6 on the season and they will play at home tonight against Waterloo Columbus in a North Iowa Cedar League double-header.
The Sumner-Fredericksburg Cougar baseball team was at home on Friday night in a non-conference game against MFL-Mar-Mac. The Cougars were able to get a 12-2 win in five innings. Kelby Olson and Colton Dralle each had three hits in the win and Sam Fox finished with three runs batted in. Jordan Jacobson pitched the five innings to get the win as he gave up one earned run on three hits and struck out three. The Cougar baseball team is now 3-8 overall this season and they will play again tonight against Waterloo Columbus in an NICL double-header.