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Algona blanks Cardinals 10-0

ALGONA—Algona stepped outside of conference play on Tuesday, June 14 and handed the Garner-Hayfield/Ventura Cardinals a 10-0 loss in five innings in non-conference softball action.

The red-and-black used two big innings to post the victory as they plated four runs in the bottom of the second stanza and tacked on six more tallies in the bottom of the third frame.

Reutzel, Dailey inducted into Fairmont HOF

By Greg Grabianowski

Sports Editor

 

FAIRMONT—Two local drivers who made a lot of circuits around the Kossuth County Speedway during their racing careers became the two youngest drivers to ever be named to the Fairmont Raceway Hall of Fame.

Week No. 5 at Algona draws 70 cars

By Greg Grabianowski

Sports Editor

 

ALGONA—The fifth week of exciting dirt track racing at the Kossuth County Speedway on Thursday, June 17 drew a total of 70 cars. The hobby stock and sport compacts classes had the highest car count at 13 closely followed by the stock cars with 12 and there were 11 sport mods at the track.

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Baseball district assignments released

By Greg Grabianowski

Sports Editor

 

BOONE—The post-season baseball district assignments were released last week for the area teams as they now know what teams stand in their way of a possible state tournament bid.

Two area teams were assigned to Class 1A District No. 3 while another squad is assigned to Class 1A District No. 4. Class 1A district contests will take place on July 2, 5 and 7.

Andrew Fogarty twirls four-hit shutout

LAKE MILLS—Andrew Fogarty tossed a four-hit shutout to lead the Bishop Garrigan Golden Bears baseball team to a 3-0 Top of Iowa Conference victory on Friday, June 17 over the Lake Mills Bulldogs.

Fogarty pitched all seven innings on the bump to earn the win as he fanned 10 batters in the game, issued one base-on-balls and hit a batter. The black-and-gold plated single runs in the third, fourth and fifth frames in the contest.

North Union blanks winless Eagles

BRITT—North Union kept West Hancock winless in 17 games this season on Monday, June 20 with a 19-0, three-inning Top of Iowa Conference softball win over the Eagles.

The green-black-and-silver scored six runs in both the first and second innings and added seven more tallies in the third frame to improve to 19-2 overall and 9-0 in the conference while West Hancock fell to 0-17 and is 0-11 in Top of Iowa Conference contests.

Golden Bears edge Eagle Grove Eagles 7-6

ALGONA—Andrew Fogarty’s single in the bottom of the sixth inning drove in Hollis Bode to give Bishop Garrigan a 7-6 Top of Iowa Conference baseball win on Monday, June 20 over the Eagle Grove Eagles.

Bode led off the sixth stanza with a double after the visitors had deadlocked the contest at 6-6 in top of the frame. Each team scored three runs in the first inning before the home team scored a run in the bottom of the second.

Alta-Aurelia cruises past Wolverines 19-1

ALTA—Alta-Aurelia stayed in the Twin Lakes Conference baseball race with a 19-1, three-inning lopsided victory on Monday, June 20 over the West Bend-Mallard Wolverines.

The Warriors scored eight times in the bottom of the first stanza and erupted for 11 more tallies in the second frame to blow out to a 19-0 advantage before the purple-and-gold scored their lone tally in the top of the third inning.

Warriors take two wins at West Sioux tourney

HAWARDEN—Second-ranked North Union won a pair of softball games on Saturday, June 18 at the West Sioux Tournament against a pair of opponents that have struggled during the season.

In their first game of the day, the green-black-and-silver kept Sioux City West winless in 24 games on the year as they defeated the Wolverines by the score of 18-0 in three innings.

North Union Warriors blank winless Eagles

BRITT—North Union kept West Hancock winless in 17 games this season on Monday, June 20 with a 19-0, three-inning Top of Iowa Conference softball win over the Eagles.

The green-black-and-silver scored six runs in both the first and second innings and added seven more tallies in the third frame to improve to 19-2 overall and 9-0 in the conference while West Hancock fell to 0-17 and is 0-11 in Top of Iowa Conference contests.

Eagle Grove Eagles top Golden Bears 6-4

ALGONA—Eagle Grove scored four runs in the top of the fifth stanza to break a 2-2 dead lock and went onto a 6-4 Top of Iowa Conference softball victory on Monday, June 20 over the Bishop Garrigan Golden Bears.

The home team plated two tallies in the bottom of the opening frame for an early 2-0 advantage but Eagle Grove tied the game up in the top of the third inning.

Slagle leads Algona to 10-5 victory

ALGONA—Freshman Tate Slagle pitched five solid innings and belted the first home run of his career to help lead the Algona Bulldogs to a 10-5, non-conference baseball victory on Tuesday, June 14 over the Garner-Hayfield/Ventura Cardinals.

The home team scored a single run in the bottom of the third stanza but the visitors tied the contest up in the top of the fourth. The Bulldogs plated two runs in bottom of the frame to take a 3-1 advantage.

North Union baseball team stays hot

BUFFALO CENTER—The North Union Warriors baseball team stayed hot with their fourth straight victory on Wednesday, June 15 with an 18-9 Top of Iowa Conference win over the North Iowa Bison.

Each team scored once in the opening frame before the visitors plated three runs in the second and exploded for seven tallies in the third inning for an early 11-1advatnage. But North Iowa got three runs back in the bottom of the stanza to make the score 11-4.

Warriors drop wild 28-14 contest

BANCROFT—In one of the highest scoring games in the state this season, the Okoboji Pioneers out-scored the North Union Warriors 28-14 in six innings in a wild non-conference baseball contest played on Thursday, June 16.

Golden Bears fall in extra innings

ALGONA—Pocahontas Area scored three unearned runs in the top of the eighth inning with two outs to take a 6-4 non-conference victory over the Bishop Garrigan Golden Bears baseball team.

The home team scored three times in the opening frame for an early 3-0 advantage. Pocahontas Area scored single runs in the second, fifth and sixth stanzas to force a 3-3 dead lock and extra innings before earning the win.

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