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Thursday area baseball and softball recap: Underwood downs IKM-Manning

Thursday area baseball and softball recap: Underwood downs IKM-Manning

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Softball June 10

2A No. 5 Underwood (11-0) 13, IKM-Manning (0-9) 1 — Underwood continued its hot streak to the season with a dominating effort at home.

IKM-Manning only went 3 of 11 from the plate. No stats were available for Underwood.

AHSTW (9-6) 8, Audubon (5-4) 4 — AHSTW’s hot start led to the victory of the Vikings. AHSTW scored four runs in the first inning and one in each of the last four innings on the road.

Freshman Graycen Partlow went 3 for 3 from the plate, scored two runs, hit a double, and stole two bases. Sophomore Grace Porter went 2 for 4 from the plate, including one double, and drove in three runs. Senior Kailey Jones pitched all seven innings, allowing four runs, only one of which was earned, on seven hits while striking out three batters. She didn’t walk or hit any batters.

Riverside (7-8) 4, Missouri Valley (3-11) 3 — Riverside overcame a three-run deficit, scoring two runs in the third and seventh inning to rally for the win on the road.

Eighth-grader Elly Henderson went 3 for 3 with one run and four stolen bases. Senior Kenna Ford drove in two runs and pitched seven innings where she struck out seven batters.

Clarinda (5-9) 15, Glenwood (5-8) 3 — Glenwood started the night scoring two runs in the top of the first but Clarinda took the lead for good in the bottom half of the inning scoring five runs on the road.

Clarinda went 10 of 23 at the plate.

Logan-Magnolia 7, Tri-Center 1 — Tri-Center led 1-0 entering the top of the third but surrendered seven consecutive runs at home.

Baseball June 10

Underwood (9-1) 19, IKM-Manning (2-9) 4 — The Underwood baseball team used a big fourth inning, where it scored a dozen runs, to defeat IKM-Manning in four innings at home.

Juniors Jake Reimer and Clayton Luett, senior Blake Hall, and freshman Jack Vanfossan each had two hits. Freshman Mason Boothby earned the win on the mound for the Eagles after pitching all four innings.

Riverside (2-8) 5, Missouri Valley (6-7) 3 — The Riverside Bulldogs used a key fifth and seventh inning to surpass the Big Reds and earn their first Western Iowa Conference win at Missouri Valley.

Freshman Grady Jeppesen, senior Ethan Reicks, and Kyler Rieken all had three hits for the Bulldogs. Freshman Kaeden Pleas earned the win on the Mound for Riverside after pitching six innings and striking out two batters while allowing five hits.

Audubon (5-3) 6, AHSTW (3-5) 5 — The Viking’s comeback bid stopped one run short after the Wheelers built a quick 6-1 lead after two innings on the road.

The Vikings plated a run in the fourth and fifth inning and then two more in the top of the seventh, which was one run short of completing the rally.

Senior Blake Holst led the Vikes with three hits in the game and four RBIs. Senior Ethan Klocke led the game with four hits and four RBIs of his own.

Glenwood (4-6) 8, Clarinda (7-4) 2 — The Rams scored seven combined runs in the sixth and seventh inning to run away late from the Cardinals to win the game on the road.

Senior Trent Patton led the Rams with three hits and freshman Kayden Anderson earned the win for Glenwood after pitching three innings and allowing just two hits.

Kingsley-Pierson (12-0) 8, Treynor (5-3) 1 — Class 1A No. 6 Kingsly-Pierson scored five combined runs within the first two innings of the home game to remain undefeated at 12-0.

The Cardinals’ lone run came in the sixth inning as senior Brock Wallace hit an RBI single to score sophomore Jaxon Schumacher. Schumacher led the Cards with two hits for the game.

Tri-Center (9-1) 14, Logan-Magnolia (4-8) 4 — The Trojans scored at least three runs in each of the first four innings to make short work of Logan-Magnolia in Neola.

Senior Mason Rohatsch batted a perfect 4 for 4 and accounted for three RBIs to lead T.C.’s bats. Senior Kaden McDermott got the win on the mound for Tri-Center after pitching two of the game’s five innings.

Softball June 11

Audubon (6-4) 2 Riverside (7-9) 1- The Riverside Bulldog took a slim one-run lead with a run in the top of the sixth. Unfortunately for Riverside the Wheelers scored a pair of runs in the bottom half of the sixth.

Underwood (12-0) 9 Missouri Valley (3-12) 0- Class 2A No. 5 Underwood Gradually increased their lead as the game went on. After scoring one in the opening inning, the Eagles scored two runs in the third, fourth, fifth, and sixth innings, to put away the Lady Reds.

Senior Payton Cook, sophomore Ali Fletcher, senior Macy Vanfossan, senior Ella Pierce, and senior Taylor Nelson all had two hits for the Eagles. Pierce earned the win on the mound for Underwood after allowing just two hits through seven innings, she also struck out 11 batters.

AHSTW (10-6) 4 Tri-Center (3-10) 3- The Trojans and Vikings scored all but one of their runs right away in the first inning. Tri-Center would eventually tie the game in the top of the fifth inning with a run. That tie proved to be short-lived, however, as AHSTW got its one-run lead back in the bottom of the fifth.

Baseball June 11

Audubon (6-3) 7 Riverside (2-9) 4- The Wheelers scored a combined seven runs within the game’s first four innings to the Bulldogs two to take command of this first game of Friday night’s Western Iowa Conference doubleheader.

The Bulldogs got just three hits in this game, which came from senior Eddie Vlcek, freshman Kaeden Pleas, and sophomore Nathan Messerschmidt.

Riverside (3-9) 6 Audubon (6-4) 2- The Bulldogs avenged their game on defeat thanks to a key third inning that provided six runs for the Bulldogs.

Ethan Reicks led the Bulldogs with two hits and two RBIs. Senior Wyatt Hough earned the win after pitching for 5.2 innings, allowing four hits and striking out four batters.

Underwood 13 Missouri Valley 4- A key second inning where Underwood plated six runs, helped the Eagles defeat the Big Reds on Friday night. The Eagles also beat Missouri Valley 5-2 in their other game of Friday night’s doubleheader.

Tri-Center (11-1) 5 AHSTW (3-7) 0- The Trojans played spoiler on AHSTW’s senior night game after giving up just three hits to the host Vikings.

T.C. scored a run in the first, and one more in the third, fourth, fifth, and sixth innings. Junior Justice Weers went perfect at the plate going 4 for 4 and accounted for an RBI. Senior Leyton Nelson got the win for the Trojans after pitching all seven innings and striking out an impressive amount of 13 batters.

Treynor (6-3) 10 Logan-Magnolia (4-9) 8- The Cardinals rallied back from a seven-run deficit that was created in the first two innings of the game. After scoring three runs in the fourth inning and a pair more in the fifth, the Card broke through with five runs which gave Treynor the lead and ultimately the win.

Junior Payton Chapman and Brady Coffman co-led the Cardinals with three hits each. Freshman Charlie Schrage was credited with the win on the mound for Treynor after pitching 4.1 innings striking out three batters and allowing four hits.

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