The Charles City Comet baseball team was in a non-conference game last night against Central Springs. The Panthers scored four runs in the first inning to take the early lead, but the Comets tied it with four runs in the second inning and never looked back in route to a 12-4 victory. The Charles City baseball team is now 12-10 overall this season. The Comets will wrap-up their Northeast Iowa Conference season tonight with a double-header at home against New Hampton. The Comets are 8-8 in the NEIC while the Chickasaws come in on top of the standings with a conference record of 13-3. You can tune into both games right here on KCHA starting with a pre-game at 4:45 and first pitch of the first game is scheduled for 5pm.
The Nashua-Plainfield Husky baseball team was at home last night for a non-conference game against Tripoli. The Huskies used a seven run fourth inning to catapult them to a 10-0 win in five innings. Mason Hyde had a home run and four RBI and Austin Bienemann had three runs batted in for Nashua. Dylan Downing earned the win as he pitched all five innings, gave up two hits and struck out four. The Husky baseball team improves to 10-14 overall this season and they will be in action again tonight at Wapsie Valley.
The Osage Green Devil baseball team took on Central Springs at home yesterday afternoon in a Top of Iowa Conference game. The Green Devils were trailing 9-8 heading into the sixth inning, but put up eight runs in the frame to earn the 16-9 win. The Osage baseball team improves to 10-10 overall this season and will be back in action tonight at home against Riceville.
The North Butler Bearcat softball team opened up postseason play last night with a Class 1A Region 3 home game against GMG Garwin. The Bearcats were able to win the game with an outstanding display of pitching and defense as they took the game by a final score of 3-1. The North Butler softball team improves to 19-10 overall this season and will now play in the Regional Quarter-Finals tonight. They will take on a Belle Plaine team on the road who comes in with an overall record of 14-10. First pitch will be at 7pm.
The Rockford Warrior softball team also began their postseason run last night as they were in a Class 1A Regino 2 first round game at home against North Iowa. For the second time in four days, the Warriors were able to beat the Bison via the mercy rule as they took them down 11-1. The Rockford softball team improves to 16-8 overall this season and they will play at Fort Dodge St. Edmund tonight in the Regional Quarter-Finals. St. Edmund comes in with an overall record of 18-8 and first pitch will be at 7pm.