KCHA Sports Report (6/23)

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In a game heard right here on KCHA last night, the Charles City Comet softball team was in non-conference action at home against BCLUW.  Charles City had a tough time with the BCLUW as they gave up eight hits and eight walks in a 15-3 loss in six innings.  The Comet offense struggled as well as they only got two hits on the night, one was by Tayler Schmidt and the other was by Bailey Mitchell.  Payton Reams and Schmidt each had an RBI in a losing effort.  The Comet softball team is now 15-7 overall this season and they will return to action tonight for a Northeast Iowa Conference double-header at New Hampton.  You can tune into tonight’s game on our sister station 951 The Bull starting with a pregame at 5:45 with first pitch scheduled for 6pm.

The Charles City Comet baseball team was also in action last night as they took on Waverly in a Northeast Iowa Conference game on the road.  The Go-Hawks were able to score multiple runs in the second, third, fourth and sixth innings while the Comets got four runs in the sixth for the extent of their scoring and Charles City got beat 13-4.  Nate Lasher finished with two hits and a run scored for the Comet offense and Theo Arndt, Jalen Jones and Wyatt Stevenson each had an RBI.  The Comet baseball team falls to 6-10 overall this season and they are now 4-7 in conference play.  The Comet baseball team will be in action next tomorrow night when they play host to Waukon.

The Nashua-Plainfield Husky baseball team hosted Saint Ansgar last night in a Top of Iowa Conference match-up.  The Saints struck first with a run in the first and two runs in the second, but Nashua was able to tie it up with three runs in the fourth.  The score would remain 3-3 after seven innings which forced the game into extras.  After holding the Saints scoreless in the top of the eighth, the Huskies were able to plate a run in the bottom half of the inning to earn the 4-3 walk-off win.  Tanner Haut led the Nashua offense with two hits and two runs batted in and Mason Hyde pitched seven innings for the Huskies and gave up two earned runs on five hits and struck out seven.  Nashua improves to 9-10 overall this season and they are now 6-6 in conference games while Saint Ansgar drops to 17-5 overall and that was their first league loss as they are now 9-1 in conference play.  The Huskies will play at Osage tonight while the Saints at home Friday night against West Fork.

The Saint Ansgar Saints softball team took care of Nashua-Plainfield last night in a Top of Iowa Conference match-up 10-0 in six innings.  Alex Patterson was the winning pitcher for the Saints as she threw all six innings, gave up four hits and struck out six while Kelsie Willert led the Saint Ansgar offense with three runs batted in.  Saint Ansgar softball improves to 10-10 overall this season and they are now 6-7 in league play while the Huskies fall to 1-16 and 1-12.  Saint Ansgar will host West Fork tomorrow night for their next action and Nashua will be on the road tonight in Osage.

The North Butler Bearcat baseball team picked up a 5-3 win over Osage last night in Top of Iowa Conference play.  Both teams will be in action again tonight as North Butler will host Riceville and Osage will be at home against Nashua-Plainfield.

The Rockford Warrior baseball team had their hands full last night with top-ranked Mason City Newman Catholic.  The Newman Knights took care of the Warriors 14-1 in six innings.  Clay Kuhlmeier went 2-2 with two doubles and the lone run scored for the Warriors who fall to 3-12 overall and 2-9 in Top of Iowa Conference games.  The Rockford baseball team will be in action again tonight at Clarksville.

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