Central Springs is number one seed heading into the Class 2A state softball tournament in Fort Dodge.
Having lost only one game all season, Panthers shortstop Ashlyn Hoeft says she likes her team’s chances Tuesday afternoon at 3 p.m. against eighth-seeded Mount Ayr.
Newman Catholic is the eighth-seed in the Class 1A state softball field and the Knights will play the final game of the day with a 7 p.m. first pitch tonight against top-seeded North Linn.
At the Class 1A state baseball tournament Monday, 7th-seeded Newman Catholic pulled off the upset of second-seeded Lisbon, 3-2. The Knights improved to 33-3 on the season. However, 8th-seeded South Winneshiek bowed out at state against top-seeded Remsen St. Mary’s, 6-0. The Warriors end their season 36-6.