first_imgTONIGHT:AM-1490/96.7-FM KRIB, kribam.com — Clear Lake softball vs. Clarion-Goldfield-Dows — 7:30 — other baseballClear Lake 13, Lake Mills 3Central Springs 12, North Union 8West Hancock 17, West Bend-Mallard 5Wapsie Valley 9, St. Ansgar 5Nashua-Plainfield 6, New Hampton 5Humboldt 7, Hampton-Dumont-CAL 3Algona 9, Spirit Lake 4St. Edmond 4, Clarion-Goldfield-Dows 2 FOREST CITY — Newman scored nine times in the second on their way to a 17-2, five-inning win at Forest City last night in Top of Iowa Conference baseball. Matthew Henrich picked up the win, striking out five. Newman is 6-1 on the season and will host Northwood-Kensett tonight. — other softball scoresCentral Springs 14, North Union 3Clarksville 13, Rockford 1Charles City 9, St. Ansgar 6West Hancock 16, West Bend-Mallard 15Humboldt 4, Bishop Garrigan 3Algona 3, South Central Calhoun 1Southeast Valley 13, Iowa Falls-Alden 2 2020 THIRD Softball Rankings — Compiled by the Iowa Girls High School Athletic UnionFOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE – Thursday, June 25Class 1ASchool Record LW1 Collins-Maxwell 7-1 12 Newell-Fonda 5-1 23 Clarksville 5-0 34 Algona Bishop Garrigan 6-1 55 Wayne 6-2 46 Lynnville-Sully 7-0 67 LeMars Gehlen Catholic 4-0 88 Akron-Westfield 8-0 109 AGWSR 5-1 910 Lisbon 6-1 1211 Mason City Newman Catholic 8-1 712 Winfield-Mount Union 3-1 1313 Exira-EHK 8-0 NR14 Twin Cedars 7-3 NR15 Central City 3-3 11Dropped Out: North Mahaska (14), Martensdale-St. Mary’s (15) FOREST CITY — Paige Leininger and Emma Weiner each had three runs batted in to lead Newman to a 13-0, four-inning win last night at Forest City. Leah Martinez and Hailey Worman also knocked in two runs each as the Knights pounded out 14 hits. Leininger struck out three and only allowed two hits to pick up the win. Newman is now 9-1 on the season and will host Northwood-Kensett tonight BUFFALO CENTER — The North Iowa Community School District in Buffalo Center has temporarily suspended the school’s baseball season after some of the players reported symptoms related to COVID-19. According to an email from Superintendent Joe Erickson, testing will be completed of the players, and at this time out of caution and with the guidance of public health officials, the school will suspend baseball activities until at least this coming Monday. He says as more information is gathered, decisions will be passed along to the community. The North Iowa team’s Twitter account states that they’ve had two players with flu-like symptoms, both have been tested for COVID, one has already come back negative, with the other result anticipated to be back today. Class 4ASchool Record LW1 Carlisle 8-1 12 North Scott 4-2 23 Dallas Center-Grimes 7-2 54 Sergeant Bluff-Luton 8-0 65 ADM 3-2 46 West Delaware 8-4 77 Charles City 4-1 98 Oskaloosa 3-3 39 Winterset 8-0 1010 Fairfield 6-1 1111 Harlan 8-1 1312 Western Dubuque 5-1 NR13 Bondurant-Farrar 6-2 NR14 Norwalk 4-3 NR15 Clear Creek-Amana 6-4 14Dropped Out: Ballard (8), Decorah (12), Webster City (15) Class 2ASchool Record LW1 North Linn 9-0 12 Louisa-Muscatine 8-1 23 Ogden 6-0 34 Jesup 5-0 55 Mount Ayr 4-1 46 Central Springs 7-2 67 Northeast 6-0 108 West Lyon 5-0 119 West Monona 5-1 710 Earlham 6-2 911 West Sioux 3-2 812 Wilton 5-0 NR13 Interstate 35 3-2 1214 Underwood 7-1 NR15 Waterloo Columbus Catholic 3-1 14Dropped Out: Beckman Catholic (13), Durant (15) Class 3ASchool Record LW1 Davenport Assumption 5-0 12 Humboldt 5-0 23 Albia 7-0 54 Williamsburg 7-2 35 Mount Vernon 7-2 66 Algona 7-0 107 West Liberty 5-1 88 North Polk 3-1 119 Anamosa 3-1 410 Spirit Lake 6-1 711 Atlantic 7-1 1012 Crestwood 3-0 1313 West Burlington/Notre Dame 2-1 1414 Solon 7-3 NR15 Estherville-Lincoln Central 5-2 NRDropped Out: Eddyville-Blakesburg-Fremont (12), Nevada (15) DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) — Two high school baseball games scheduled for Thursday at Principal Park in Des Moines were not played after officials said a ballpark staff member tested positive for coronavirus. Officials with the park, which is home to the Triple-A minor league Iowa Cubs, say all staff at the ballpark will now undergo testing for COVID-19. Ankeny Christian and Orient Macksburg, as well as Indianola and Gilbert, had been scheduled to play at the park. Class 5ASchool Record LW1 Fort Dodge 11-2 12 Waukee 10-0 53 Cedar Rapids Kennedy 7-1 44 Iowa City High 6-2 25 Johnston 6-4 36 West Des Moines Valley 9-1 67 Indianola 7-0 78 Dubuque Hempstead 6-0 99 Pleasant Valley 5-3 810 Ottumwa 3-4 1111 Ankeny Centennial 9-2 1012 Muscatine 5-1 1213 Bettendorf 7-1 1514 Southeast Polk 6-2 1415 Ankeny 9-3 NRDropped Out: Cedar Rapids Prairie (13) IOWA CITY — Iowa basketball coach Fran McCaffery says a decision by Luka Garza is coming soon. Garza is testing the NBA Draft after a season in which he was named the Big Ten player of the year.KGLO News · 6 – 26 – Garzafb – 1McCaffery says Garza is back in Iowa City for workouts.KGLO News · 6 – 26 – Garzafb – 2McCaffery says Garza is weighing all his options.KGLO News · 6 – 26 – Garzafb – 3McCaffery made his comments during a Facebook Live session with the National I-Club.last_img read more