Tuesday July 3rd Local Sports

TONIGHT:
AM-1300 KGLO, kgloam.com, KGLO mobile app — 1A softball regional quarterfinal, Newman vs. Colo-Nesco — 6:45

AM-1490/96.7-FM KRIB, kribam.com, KRIB mobile app — 3A softball regional quarterfinal, Clear Lake vs. Clarion-Goldfield-Dows — 6:45

 

— High school tournament softball action got underway last night with opening-round games in Classes 1A and 2A, with quarterfinal-round games on the schedule tonight not only in 1A and 2A but 3A as well:

== 1A Region 2
• Monday results
Rockford 11, North Iowa 1
Riceville 7, West Hancock 4
Graettinger-Terril/Ruthven-Ayrshire 13, CAL 0
Garrigan 8, Northwood-Kensett 1
Colo-Nesco 9, West Bend-Mallard 8

• Tuesday’s schedule – 7:00 starts unless noted
Colo-Nesco at #6 Newman (7:00 on KGLO)
Rockford at #10 St. Edmond
Riceville at #4 AGWSR
5:30 — Garrigan vs. GTRA at Emmetsburg

 

== 1A Region 3
• Monday result of area team
North Butler 3, GMG 1

• Tuesday’s schedule — 7:00 unless noted
North Butler at Belle Plaine
North Tama at Janesville
Gladbrook-Reinbeck at #5 Clarksville
5:30 — BGM vs. Turkey Valley at Gilbertville

 

== 2A Region 5
• Monday’s area result
West Fork 9, Lake Mills 8

• Tuesday’s schedule
5:30 at Manly — St. Ansgar vs. Eagle Grove
7:00 at Manly — West Fork at #6 Central Springs
7:00 — Belmond-Klemme at Nashua-Plainfield
7:00 — Sioux Central at Emmetsburg

 

== Class 3A Region 2 quarterfinals tonight
Clarion-Goldfield-Dows at Clear Lake (7:00 on KRIB)
Garner-Hayfield-Ventura at Algona
Forest City at Hampton-Dumont
Pocahontas at #4 Humboldt

== Class 3A Region 5 quarterfinals tonight
Osage at New Hampton
Union La Porte City at #11 Crestwood
Oelwein at North Fayette Valley
Waukon at #3 Waterloo Columbus

 

CLARION — The Clear Lake baseball team captured a share of the North Central Conference title last night with a 13-1, five-inning win at Clarion-Goldfield-Dows. Zach Lester homered and joined Jackson Hamlin, Chase Stuver and Mac Adams as having two runs batted in for the Lions, who jumped out to a 5-0 lead after the first inning and had three runs each in the second and third to increase their lead to 11-0. Clear Lake is now 11-1 in the conference, and after Webster City’s loss to Humboldt last night give the Lions a two-game spread over the Lynx in the loss column. Clear Lake can capture the conference title outright with at win tonight at Iowa Falls-Alden. The Lions will wrap up conference play on Thursday at noon at home against Humboldt.

 

EAGLE GROVE — Evan Paulus had six runs batted in to lead Newman to a 14-3, six inning win over Eagle Grove last night in a Top of Iowa Conference crossover contest. Andrew Morse also added three runs batted in. Justin Fausnaugh picked up the win, striking out three. Newman travels to Denver later today for a doubleheader.

 

URBANDALE — Mason City High was swept by 2nd-ranked Urbandale last night 10-4 and 10-1. The Mohawks were leading in the opener 3-2 with two outs in the sixth when Urbandale erupted with an eight-run inning. Nate Lassise had two hits and a run batted in to lead the Mohawks in game one. Mason City hosts Des Moines North later today.

— other baseball last night
GHV 9, West Fork 4
Charles City 12, Central Springs 4
Osage 16, Central Springs 9
Garrigan 12, Osage 2 (6)
Nashua-Plainfield 10, Tripoli 0
North Butler 8, West Fork 2

2018 IHSBCA Baseball Rankings — Week 6 Rankings (Released July 1, 2018) – FINAL 1A and 2A RANKINGS

Class 1A (Record)
1. Newman (28-1)
2. Lisbon (27-0)
3. North Linn (32-3)
4. St. Mary’s, Remsen (20-3)
5. Alburnett (28-4)
6. Martensdale-St. Mary’s (26-6)
7. St. Albert, Council Bluffs (24-8)
8. New London (18-2)
9. Tri-Center, Neola (15-2)
10. CAM, Anita (16-5)

Others: Akron-Westfield; Bishop Garrigan, Algona; Don Bosco, Gilbertville; Moravia; Saint Ansgar; Stanton; South Winneshiek; Southeast Warren, Liberty Center; Woodbury Central

Class 2A (Record)
1. Cascade (27-2)
2. West Lyon (24-1)
3. Iowa City Regina (21-7)
4. Dyersville Beckman (25-9)
5. Wilton (17-5)
6. Monticello (23-4)
7. Estherville Lincoln Central (20-3)
8. New Hampton (23-4)
9. Van Meter (25-6)
10. Alta/Aurelia (15-4)
Others: Centerville; Carroll Kuemper; Mediapolis; Ogden; Pleasantville

Class 3A (Record)
1. Harlan (21-2)
2. Carlisle (25-6)
3. Davenport, Assumption (22-9)
4. Sioux City Bishop Heelan (23-8)
5. Solon (23-8)
6. Cedar Rapids Xavier, (21-9)
7. Waverly-Shell Rock (21-7)
8. North Polk (17-6)
9. Boone (18-6)
10. Fairfield (22-5)
Others: Central DeWitt; Decorah; Grinnell; West Deleware

Class 4A (Record)
1. Johnston (24-4)
2. Urbandale (23-5)
3. Indianola (24-1)
4. Southeast Polk (25-8)
5. Cedar Rapids Prairie (22-8)
6. North Scott (21-5)
7. Dowling, West Des Moines (23-7)
8. Davenport Central (20-8)
9. Iowa City West (21-9)
10. Waukee (20-9)
Others:Cedar Rapids Jefferson; Sioux City East; Valley, West Des Moines; Western Dubuque

MILWAUKEE (AP) — Brad Miller drew a bases-loaded walk with one out in the 10th inning and the Milwaukee Brewers rallied past the Minnesota Twins 6-5 on Monday night.

Nate Orf, playing in his first major league game, was hit by a pitch from Zack Littell (0-2) leading off the 10th. Manny Pina followed with a single and Keon Broxton walked.

Pinch-hitter Hernan Perez, hitting against five infielders, hit a grounder to the left side that shortstop Jorge Polanco fielded and fired to the plate to force Orf before Miller got his chance.

Corey Knebel (2-0) pitched a scoreless 10th for the Brewers, who trailed 5-1 after Robbie Grossman blasted his first career grand slam with two outs in the fifth off Milwaukee starter Brent Suter.

The Brewers rallied against Twins closer Fernando Rodney in the ninth to tie it. After retiring pinch-hitter Eric Sogard, Rodney gave up three consecutive singles to load the bases for Travis Shaw, who tied it with a sacrifice fly. Rodney blew his fifth save opportunity this season.

The Brewers took a 1-0 lead in the first on Jesus Aguilar’s run-scoring fielder’s choice.

The Twins tied it in the third on a one-out RBI groundout by Brian Dozier, one pitch after Dozier appeared to have struck out swinging. Plate umpire Doug Eddings ruled that Dozier had fouled off the pitch, a call argued by Milwaukee manager Craig Counsell.

Suter gave up five runs and nine hits in five innings.

Pina led off the Brewers’ fifth with a homer off Kyle Gibson to cut the Twins’ lead to three. Milwaukee added another run on Miller’s bloop single and pulled to 5-4 when Twins third baseman Willians Astudillo failed to cleanly field Ryan Braun’s grounder near the bag.

Gibson gave up eight hits and three earned runs over five innings.

 

 

MILWAUKEE (AP) — The Minnesota Twins have reinstated shortstop Jorge Polanco, following his 80-game suspension for testing positive for a performance-enhancing drug.

The Twins also recalled right-hander Zack Littell from Triple-A Rochester among several moves before their game Monday at Milwaukee. Left-hander Adalberto Mejia was sent to Rochester after making one start. Utility infielder Ehire Adrianza went to the disabled list with a hamstring injury.

To make room for Polanco on the 40-man roster, outfielder Ryan LaMarre was designated for release or assignment. Outfielder Byron Buxton was returned from his rehab assignment and sent to Rochester. Buxton has played in only 28 games for the Twins this season, due to injuries and hitting struggles.

Polanco had a breakout 2017 season, batting .316 with 10 homers and 42 RBIs over his last 55 games.

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