KCHA Sports Report (6/17)

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In a game heard right here on KCHA last night, the Charles City Comet softball team took on league leading Waverly-Shell Rock in a Northeast Iowa Conference showdown.  The Comets struck first in as Shae Etherington had an RBI double that scored Megan Staudt in the top of the third inning.  Waverly tied it in the bottom of the third and then scored two runs in the bottom of the sixth that Charles City could not answer and the Go-Hawks took the game 3-1.  Staudt and Jamie Sindlinger had two hits apiece as the Comets managed just six hits in the ball game.  Megan Roethler pitched well as she threw the complete game, gave up two earned runs and struck out seven.  The loss puts the Comets at 11-5 this season and they are now 5-4 in NEIC play.  Charles City softball will be in Northeast Iowa Conference action again tonight as they will make-up their game with Decorah that was washed out on Monday.  First pitch from Sportsman’s Park will be at about 7:30.

The Nashua-Plainfield Husky baseball team was in non-conference action last night as they hosted Janesville.  In a competitive game, Janesville was able to get the better of Nashua as the game ended with a 7-5 score in favor of the Wildcats.  The Nashua baseball team falls to 7-9 overall this season and they will return to Top of Iowa Conference play tonight as they will host top-ranked Mason City Newman Catholic.  First pitch of the Varsity game will be at about 6pm.

The Rockford Warrior softball team had their way with Nashua-Plainfield last night in a Top of Iowa Conference double-header held in Rockford.  The Warriors applied the mercy rule in both games as they won game one 12-1 in six innings and took game two 12-2 in five innings.  The Nashua offense out-hit Rockford in the first game 6-4, but the Warriors walked eight times and took advantage of some Nashua miscues in the field.  In game two, the Warrior offense was hot as they pounded out eleven hits including home runs by Fallon Marth and Marissa Norby.  Norby was able to pick up the win in both games inside the circle for Rockford.  The Warrior softball team is now 11-3 overall and 7-2 in conference play.  Rockford will play again tonight at home against North Iowa while Nashua will host Mason City Newman tonight.

The North Butler Bearcat softball team dominated Belmond Klemme last night at home as they beat the Broncos 12-0.  The Bearcat softball team improves to 10-2 overall this season and they will return to Top of Iowa Conference play tonight at home against Central Springs.  Tonight’s game will be a battle of two teams that are undefeated in conference play.  First pitch from Allison will be at 6pm.

The Osage Green Devil softball team hosted Waukon last night in a non-conference affair.  The Green Devils were able to win rather easily as they beat the Indians 7-1.  The Osage softball team improves to 7-6 overall this season and they return to conference action tonight at home against Saint Ansgar.

The Saint Ansgar Saints softball team shutout Iowa Falls-Alden last night in a home non-conference game 7-0.  The Saints improve to 8-7 on the year and will be in Osage tonight for a conference game.

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