The Iowa Girls High School Athletic Union continued their postseason tournaments last night as Classes 1A, 2A and 3A held their Regional Quarterfinals.
In Class 3A Region 2 the Osage Green Devil softball team hosted Forest City. The Green Devils got a brilliant pitching performance from Autumn O’Malley who struck out ten hitters and gave up no runs in Osage’s 10-0 win in six innings. The Green Devil offense collected ten hits last night including three from Destiny Thompson which led the team. The Osage softball team is now 17-14 this season and they advance to the Regional Semi-Finals where they will take on Clear Lake tomorrow night in Cresco.
The North Butler Bearcat softball team shut out Clarksville last night 5-0 in a Class 1A Region 3 game. The Bearcats improve to 25-3 overall this season and will play in the Regional Semi-Finals tomorrow night at Central City.
The Rockford Warrior softball team was able to extend their season after a 5-3 win at home over Colo-Nesco. The Warriors had just one run heading into the seventh inning, but home runs by Alyssa Staudt and Carrigan Schmitt led the four run seventh and the Rockford squad to the win. The Warriors move to 17-10 overall this season and will take part in the Class 1A Region 2 Semi-Finals tomorrow night in Algona against Bishop Garrigan.
The Saint Ansgar Saints softball team saw their season come to a close last night as they lost in the Class 2A Quarterfinals to Mason City Newman Catholic 4-2. The Saints end their season with a record of 16-14.
The Osage Green Devil baseball team hosted Riceville last night in their final regular season game. The Green Devils were on the losing end of a 9-6 score. Hunter Wagner and Trevor Olson each had a pair of hits for Osage in the loss as the Green Devils finish their regular season with a record of 13-18. Next up for Osage baseball will be a Class 2A District 4 Quarter-Final match-up with Lake Mills. That game will be played at Hampton-Dumont High School on Saturday night.
The North Butler Bearcat baseball team hosted North Tama last night in a non-conference regular season game. The Bearcats lost 5-3 and their offense had just one hit and could not capitalize on the ten walks issued by North Tama pitching. The Bearcats fall to 6-15 overall this season and they will wrap-up their regular season tonight at home against Hampton-Dumont.
The Saint Ansgar Saints baseball team shutout South Winneshiek last night 3-0 in non-conference action. The Saints improve to 21-10 this season and they will play their final regular season game tonight at Charles City.