In a game heard right here on KCHA last night the Charles City Comet baseball team was in Decorah for a Northeast Iowa Conference game against the Vikings. Decorah used a seven run third inning to take a commanding lead. The Comets could not climb out of that hole as they lost the game 9-5. Theo Arndt had two hits for Charles City and Dylan Salinas drove in three runs as the Comets fall to 3-3 overall this season and 2-2 in the NEIC. Their next game will be tomorrow at home against Mason City.
The Charles City Comet softball team was at home last night for a non-conference game against Forest City. The Comets once again dominated in route to their eighth win in a row as they defeated the Indians 12-0 in four innings. Sami Heyer was the winning pitcher for the Comets as they improve to 15-1 overall this season. The Charles City softball team will return to Northeast Iowa Conference play tonight when they host New Hampton. You can tune into the game right here on KCHA starting with a pre-game at 6:45 and first pitch is scheduled for 7.
The Nashua-Plainfield Husky baseball team hosted Mason City Newman last night in a Top of Iowa Conference contest. The Huskies struck first with two runs in the bottom of the first, the Knights would cut the lead to one with a run in the third and then take the lead in the fifth with two runs. Newman then delivered their big blow in the sixth with seven runs in the frame and went on to beat Nashua 10-2. The Huskies fall to 3-6 overall this season and they are now 0-3 in the conference. They will look for their first league win tonight at Northwood-Kensett.
The Osage Green Devil softball team was in Hampton last night for a Top of Iowa Conference cross-over game with the Bulldogs. The Green Devils fell on the losing end of an 8-7 score. Olivia Dodd led the Osage offense with three hits and an RBI and Ashley Halbach pitched the complete game and gave up four earned runs and struck out three. The Green Devil softball team is now 2-9 overall this season and they will play again tonight at Forest City.
The North Butler Bearcat softball team was in Saint Ansgar last night for a Top of Iowa Conference contest. The Bearcats were able to win via the mercy rule as they defeated the Saints 13-1. The North Butler softball team is now 7-3 overall this season and 4-1 in the conference while Saint Ansgar falls to 7-7 and 2-2. The Bearcats will play at home against West Hancock tonight and the Saints will play tonight at Mason City Newman.