Sports Report, 7/6

The New Hampton baseball season captured a season-finale win over Kee High.  The difference came early as the Chickasaws posted a three-run first inning and held on for the 7-3 win.  Senior Josh Fenske led New Hampton with two hits, a run scored, one double and a pair of RBI’s. Noah Fye tallied a triple and added a pair of RBI’s.  Connor Hackman lifted New Hampton to the win by giving up one hit and no runs and struck out two. The Chickasaws host North Fayette Valley tomorrow night.

The Nausha Plainfield Husky softball is over. Central Springs rolled the Huskies 13-0 in just two innings.  Toyia Griffin had the lone hit for Nashua-Plainfield and Rylee Weiss is credited with the loss pitching ⅔ of an inning, giving up four walks, three hits and seven runs.  The Huskies finish the season 10-17.

The North Fayette Valley softball season has come to its close.  Columbus Catholic rolled the Tiger-Hawks 13-1 on Friday night.  North Fayette Valley finished the 2018 campaign at 18-11.

The Turkey Valley Trojan baseball team concluded its season with a 6-3 setback to Gladbrook-Reinbeck Friday night.  Cale Reicks collected a pair of hits and one RBI. Luke Anderson added two RBIs. Kannon Leuenberger give up six hits, and two earned runs.  The Trojans finish the regular season 12-18.

The Sumner Fred baseball season is over.  The Cougars fell to North Fayette Valley 14-4 in six innings.  After a 2-2 first-inning between the squads, the Tiger-Hawks tallied six runs and didn’t look back.  Sumner Fred finishes their campaign at 8-16. North Fayette Valley moves on to face New Hampton tomorrow night.  

South Winneshiek exploded for 11 runs in the fifth and sixth frame Friday evening dropping Saint Ansgar 13-2.  Kody Kleve registered four RBI’s and Levi Lukes added three.  South Winnishiek finishes the regular season 23-7. They’ll begin postseason preparations this week.


Chris Berg

Chris was born in Webster City and raised in Charles City. As a young kid, he would always be caught singing along to songs on the radio. He says he's good at karaoke but we think otherwise. ;) In his free time, he enjoys beginning new projects at home and hardly ever finishing them. Chris lives in Charles City with his wife Vicki, daughter Brynlee and son Jaxon.
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