KCHA Sports Report (6/11)

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In a game heard right here on KCHA Friday night, the Charles City Comet baseball team was on the road taking on Dike-New Hartford in non-conference action.  The Comets went into extra innings against the Wolverines as the score was tied 6-6 after seven innings.  Charles City was able to score two runs in the eighth inning to secure the win 8-6.  Cole Reams led the Comet offense with a double and three RBI and Theo Arndt scored two runs.  Dylan Salinas earned the win on the mound as he pitched two innings in relief and struck out six.  The Comet baseball team was then in Saint Ansgar on Saturday for a non-conference match-up with the Saints.  The Comets trailed 7-4 heading into the sixth inning, but scored six runs in the frame to come from behind and earned the 10-8 win.  Jace Cajthaml led Charles City’s offense as he went 5-5 with a triple and three runs batted in and Salinas had two hits and two RBI.  The Comets improved to 5-4 overall this season and they will return to Northeast Iowa Conference action tonight as they will be at New Hampton.

The Nashua-Plainfield baseball team went 0-2 at a tournament held in Waterloo on Saturday.  They lost 13-1 against Algona in five innings and then were beaten by Bettendorf 10-2.  The Husky baseball team is now 3-9 overall this season and they will be back in action tonight at Garner-Hayfield-Ventura.

The Osage Green Devil baseball and softball teams had their home games against Belmond-Klemme postponed on Friday night.  Those games will now be played on June 19th.  Both teams will be in action tonight at home against North Iowa.

The North Butler Bearcat softball and baseball teams had their Top of Iowa Conference games at West Fork postponed on Friday night.  The softball teams will make-up their game on June 14th and the baseball game is now scheduled for July 2nd.  Both the softball and baseball teams are scheduled to host Eagle Grove tonight.

The Rockford Warrior baseball team hosted Northwood-Kensett on Friday night in Top of Iowa Conference play.  With the game tied at four heading into the bottom of the sixth, the Warriors pushed across three runs and went on to win the game 7-4.  Blake Farr had three hits for Rockford and Wesley Johnson and Kayden Lyman each had a pair of runs batted in.  Cameron Razing pitched three innings in relief to earn the win as he gave up one earned run on three hits and struck out four.  The Rockford baseball team improved to 5-5 overall on the season and 2-0 in the conference.  They are scheduled to play at Mason City Newman tonight.

The Rockford Warrior softball team was also at home on Friday night for their Top of Iowa Conference game against Northwood-Kensett.  The Warriors scored three runs in the third inning which was enough for them to pick up a 3-2 win.  Marissa Norby and Ella Carroll each had two hits for Rockford to lead the offense and Norby pitched the complete game and gave up one earned run on four hits and struck out five.  The Warrior softball team is now 7-3 overall this season and 2-1 in the conference.  Their next game will be tonight at Mason City Newman.

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