SULLY — Baseball can be a tricky game. Often times, athleticism is taken out of the equation on a baseball diamond, and the game comes down to how well teams are able to rally and make adjustments. This could be a possible explanation for the tough season that the Hawks of Lynnville-Sully are having in 2013.
Hawks with 15th straight game
Coming off of a rough weekend and a loss to Pella on Monday night, the Cardinals’ softball team traveled to Pella Christian to makeup a doubleheader that was rained out on June 5.
PELLA — It has been said that you can’t win a game in the first inning, but you can lose it. It was clear that was the case for the Newton softball team on Tuesday night, who were sunk by a three-run first inning. They lost to the host-Little Dutch, 5-1.
Newton holds on to win despite Little Dutch rally
The Prairie City-Monroe Mustangs picked up their ninth victory of the season on Monday night, squeaking one out over visiting Gilbert, 4-3.
Newton Senior High School students planning to participate in Fall 2013 athletics are now able to pick up the necessary paperwork. The mandatory participation packets are available in the Athletic Office at NHS. All forms must be completed prior to student participation in practice or competiton.
Whenever a new regime takes over, there is a period of adjustment. Whether it be new management at a restaurant, a new editor at a newspaper or in this case a new coach of a team, that adjustment will take time before everyone becomes settled.
The Prairie City-Monroe Mustangs (8-7) showed up to the West Marshall-hosted tournament on Saturday looking to make a statement, and it’s clear that mission was accomplished with two wins and an aggregate score of 23-3 for the day.
Cardinals split two tournament games
SAN ANTONIO (AP) — Across three NBA championships and more than 100 playoff victories together, Tim Duncan, Tony Parker and Manu Ginobili have built a bond most teammates will never share.
Thunderstorms last Friday evening derailed what was scheduled to be a great afternoon of softball and baseball action in and around Jasper County. Every team was forced indoors from the inclimate weather.
The Colfax-Mingo Tigerhawks continued their hot steak on the baseball diamond on Thursday, winning their third straight game with a 7-3 victory at Colo-Nesco.
Cards unable to score in home loss
Newton scores 14 runs in six innings
After a long, cold, seemingly interminable winter, ‘green’ is popping up everywhere in Newton, and the racing season at Iowa Speedway is finally underway.
GRINNELL — At the onset of the 2013 season, Newton softball coach Ashley Ryan talked about what she expected to bring to the Cardinals in her first year as the program’s head.
The Hawks of Lynnville-Sully have been a force all season-long on the softball diamond, and Montezuma felt their wrath on Wednesday, losing both legs of a doubleheader by a combined score of 23-6.