Tuesday June 25th Local Sports

TONIGHT:

AM-1490/96.7-FM KRIB, kribam.com — Clear Lake softball at Newman — 7:30

 

WEBSTER CITY — Dylan Steen struck out 15 to lead Webster City past Clear Lake 5-2 in North Central Conference baseball last night, as you heard on AM-1490/96.7-FM KRIB. Erik McHenry was 3-for-4 with an RBI for the Lions, who drop to 8-10 overall and 4-2 in the conference, while Webster City moves two games ahead of Clear Lake and Humboldt in the conference race with a 7-0 mark. Clear Lake is off tonight before hosting Hampton-Dumont-CAL Wednesday night.

 

 

WEST DES MOINES — The Mason City High baseball team has now won six straight after sweeping a doubleheader at Valley in West Des Moines last night 6-2 and 8-1. Bradley Vaith and Derek Dalen pitched complete games while the Mohawks stole 16 bases in the doubleheader, including six by Brandon Reich. Dylan Miller and Connor Dalen both had three hits on the night. Mason City is now 16-7 and will host Southeast Polk on Wednesday night.

 

 

MASON CITY — After falling to Mason City on Sunday, #1/1A Newman beat North Union 11-1 in six innings on Monday night. The Knights scored four in the first, a single run in the third and six runs to end the game in the sixth. Jack McGuire was 3-for-4 with a homer and three runs batted in to lead the Knights, who are now 19-3 and are off until Thursday when they travel to #10/2A Estherville Lincoln Central.

 

 

— other baseball last night
Lake Mills 7, Central Springs 0
Nashua-Plainfield 4, North Iowa 2
North Butler 6, Garner-Hayfield-Ventura 5 (5 Innings)
Saint Ansgar 7, Rockford 5 (5 inn.)
West Fork 8, Belmond-Klemme 3

 

 

WEBSTER CITY — Webster City scored a run in the bottom of the seventh to knock off Clear Lake 7-6 in North Central Conference softball last night in Webster City. The Lynx led 6-3 after five innings, with the Lions tying it with a three-run top half of the seventh, followed by Webster City pushing across the winning run in the bottom half of the frame. Webster City is 9-0 in the conference, while Clear Lake drops to 3-6 in the league and is now 7-9 overall. The Lions travel to Newman tonight for a non-conference contest that you’ll hear on AM-1490/96.7-FM KRIB starting at about 7:30. Newman held off North Union last night 4-3 in Top of Iowa Conference play.

 

 

—- other softball last night
Valley 10-5, Mason City High 0-3
Central Springs 20, Lake Mills 0
Clarion-Goldfield-Dows 6, Iowa Falls-Alden 5 (9)
Forest City 9, Eagle Grove 5
Humboldt 7, Hampton-Dumont 3
Nashua-Plainfield 10, North Iowa 5
North Butler 6, Garner-Hayfield-Ventura 0
Northwood-Kensett 9, Eagle Grove 8
Osage 10, West Hancock 9
Saint Ansgar 14, Rockford 4

 

 

DES MOINES — Gymnasts from across the country will gather in Des Moines next week for the USA Gymnastics Championships. Nicole Ahsinger competed in the Rio Olympics on the trampoline and hopes to qualify for the Tokyo Olympics next year. She has been involved with gymnastics since her father took her to her first class at the age of three.

Ahsinger also was involved in tumbling and double mini before concentrating on the trampoline.

Wells Fargo Arena will be hosting elite and Junior Olympic competition in acrobatic gymnastics, rhythmic gymnastics, and trampoline and tumbling.

The meet runs from July second to July sixth.

 

 

IOWA CITY — After a surprising 2018 season Iowa running back Mekhi Sargent says he still has a chip on his shoulder heading into this year. The native of Key West, Florida joined the Hawkeyes as a walk-on last summer after playing one season at Iowa Western Community College. Sargent received no division one offers out of high school which he says is common in Key West.

After redshirting his first year in junior college Sargent rushed for more than 1,400 yards in 2017 but once again no division one offers came his way.

Iowa offered a roster spot last summer and Sargent ended up leading the Hawkeyes in rushing with 745 yards. He has more to prove in his junior season.

Iowa opens the season on August 31st hosting Miami of Ohio

 

 

ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) — Minnesota Wild defenseman Brad Hunt has agreed to a two-year contract worth $1.4 million. Hunt had five points in 29 games with the Wild last season after coming over from Vegas in a midseason trade. The 30-year-old Hunt, a native of British Columbia who played at Bemidji State, has 39 points in 128 career NHL games.

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