KCHA Sports Report (6/15)

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Mother Nature did quite a number to our area summer sports schedule last night.  The Nashua-Plainfield softball team had their home game against New Hampton cancelled last night.  The Husky softball team will be back in action tonight at Northwood-Kensett for a Top of Iowa Conference match-up.  The Nashua baseball team will also be at Northwood-Kensett tonight.  First pitch for the softball game is scheduled for 6pm while the baseball game is set to start at 7:15.

The non-conference baseball game between Osage and Waukon was cancelled last night.  The Osage softball team was scheduled to have a conference match-up with Mason City Newman last night, but the weather forced it into postponement.  The Green Devils and Newman will make-up the game on Tuesday June 21st.  Both the Osage baseball and softball teams have Top of Iowa Conference road tests tonight as the baseball team will be at Central Springs which will begin at 7:30 and the softball team will also be at Central Springs for their game which will start at 6pm.

The North Butler Bearcat softball team had their game against Clarksville cancelled last night and the Bearcat baseball team’s game against Turkey Valley was cancelled as well.  The Bearcat softball team will return to action tonight with a road test against Mason City Newman with first pitch scheduled for 6pm.  The North Butler baseball team will also face Newman on the road tonight.  Their game will begin at 7pm.

The Rockford Warrior baseball and softball teams were supposed to be at Clarion-Goldfield last night, but the weather forced them to cancel those games.  Both teams will have Top of Iowa Conference games at home tonight against West Fork.  The softball game will start at 5pm while the first pitch of the baseball game is scheduled for 6pm.

The Charles City Comet softball team will be in Cresco tonight for a Northeast Iowa Conference match-up with the Cadets.  The Comets come in with an overall record of 10-4 this season and they are 4-3 in NEIC play while Crestwood is 11-4 and 6-3.  The Comets swept a double-header against the Cadets back in May as they won game one 7-1 and game two 10-4.  You can tune into this game right here on KCHA.

The Charles City Comet baseball team will also have an NEIC road test tonight as they will travel to Oelwein to take on the Huskies.  The Comet boys are 6-5 overall this season and 4-3 in conference play while Oelwein is 7-6 and 2-3.  First pitch from Oelwein is scheduled for 7:30.

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