KCHA Sports Report (6/22)

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Several of our local baseball and softball teams were defeated by Mother Nature again yesterday.  The Charles City Comet baseball and softball games were postponed.  The baseball team was scheduled to have a non-conference game in Osage and the softball team was to be in New Hampton for a Northeast Iowa Conference double-header.  The baseball game will not be made-up, but the softball game has been rescheduled for June 27th.  Both Comet teams are scheduled to have make-up games today.  The baseball team will play the second half of their double-header with Decorah in Osage with a start time of 3pm. The softball team will be at home for a non-conference game against Independence.  You can tune into the softball game right here on KCHA beginning with a pre-game at around 6:45 and first pitch will be at about 7pm.

The Nashua-Plainfield softball team had their home game against Saint Ansgar postponed until tonight, but the Husky baseball team was able to get their Top of Iowa Conference game in against the Saints.  Nashua lost a high-scoring affair 15-8 to fall to 6-12 overall this season and 4-8 in the conference.  The Nashua baseball team will play again tonight at Garner-Hayfield-Ventura.

For the second day in a row, the North Butler Bearcat softball team had their game yesterday against Northwood-Kensett postponed.  They will try again today to get that game in.  The North Butler softball team as also scheduled to host Riceville yesterday along with the Bearcat baseball team, but both of those games were cancelled. The North Butler softball team will have two games today with the first one against Northwood-Kensett at home at noon and then they will play at Mason City Newman tonight at 6pm.

The Rockford Warrior softball team was in Clarksville last night for a non-conference game against the Indians.  The Warriors managed just one hit on the night and were defeated 10-0 in six innings.  Rockford softball falls to 12-6 overall this season and they will be back in action tonight at Central Springs.

The Rockford Warrior baseball team was also in Clarksville last night taking on the Indians in a non-conference contest.  The Warriors fell behind 3-0 after three innings and could not come back as they lost it by a final score of 3-1.  The Warrior baseball team drops their overall record to 7-11 and they will be at Central Springs tonight as well.

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