HARLAN – Harlan’s Morgan Schaben pitched a no-hitter in the opener, then combined with Tianna Kasperbauer for another no-hitter in the second game as Harlan swept Carroll Kuemper on Tuesday, 2-0, 10-0, in Hawkeye Ten Conference softball.

Kasperbauer pitched the final inning of the five-inning finale.

Schaben struck out 13 batters in the opener and two more in the second game.


Harlan 100 000 1–2 5 0

Carroll Kuemper 000 000 0–0 5 2

W: Morgan Schaben. L: Kamryn Venner. 2B: H, Schaben 2, Madison Schumacher.


Carroll Kuemper 000 00 –0 0 2

Harlan 102 43–10 11 0

W: Morgan Schaben. L: Chloe Venteicher. 2B; H, Schaben, Madison Schumacher, Kate Heithoff 2. 3B: H, Jordan Heese. HR: H, Julia Schechinger.

Lewis Central 6, St. Albert 3

Lewis Central scored four sixth-inning runs to break a tie and take the intracity win.

St. Albert coach Lyndsay Daley said her team put up a good fight.

“I was really proud of the way we played. We had opportunities in the fourth and fifth with the bases loaded, but we couldn’t push a run across. We’re looking for some timely hits.”

The second game of the scheduled doubleheader will be at 7 p.m. Wednesday at St. Albert

St. Albert 001 010 1–3 7 2

Lewis Central 000 204 x–6 7 3

W: Megan Giitins. L: Jessica McMartin. 2B: LC, Haley Bach.

Creston 13, Glenwood 9

GLENWOOD – A rough night in the field wiped out a good night at the plate for the Rams.

Glenwood ended up with seven errors, two of which came in the first inning as Creston took a 4-0 lead.

Glenwood never led in the game despite belting out 12 hits, including two each by Taryn Bertini, Brooklyn Taylor, Kelly Embray, Coryl Matheny and Brianna Gerhardt.

“We’ve been hitting the ball really well,” Glenwood coach Kylee Stanton said. “We’ve just got to clean up the other side of it.”

Creston 404 300 2–13 11 5

Glenwood 201 031 2– 9 12 7

W: Haley Gillam. L: Sydney Biermann. 2B: G, Brooklyn Taylor, Taryn Bertini, Kelly Embray, Coryl Matheny, Brianna Gerhardt.

Treynor 2, AHSTW 1

AVOCA – Sydni Huisman pitched a one-hitter with 16 strikeouts as Treynor overcame an off-night with the bats.

Huisman gave up only Natalie Hagadon’s third-inning single.

The Cardinals scored the winning run when Konnor Sudmann singled, stole second and came in on Bella Dingus’ single. Dingus finished 3 for 3 with a stolen base.

Overall, though, “We did not hit well,” Treynor coach Kara Huisman said.

Treynor 100 010 0–2 6 3

AHSTW 001 000 0–1 1 2

W: Sydni Huisman. L: Kailey Jones.


Sioux City West 10-2, Thomas Jefferson 3-15

SIOUX CITY – Thomas Jefferson broke loose with an 11-run fifth inning to earn a Missouri River Conference doubleheader split.

Jacob Schuster got the win, allowing four hits. Ryan Steinspring homered for T.J.

In the first game, Jaren Hollingshead went 4 for 4 with a home run and double to pace West.

Steinspring was 2 for 4 with a double for T.J.


Thomas Jefferson 101 010 0 –3 6 9

Sioux City West 402 310 x–10 11 2

W: Alec Nieman. L: Jared Thompson. 2B: TJ, Ryan Steinspring; SCW, Jaren Hollingshead, 3B: TJ, Nate Newton. HR: SCW, Hollingshead.


Thomas Jefferson 101 2(11)–15 11 1

Sioux City West 101 0 0– 2 4 2

W: Jacob Schuster. L: Carter Olhausen. 2B: SCW: Alec Nieman. HR: TJ, Ryan Steinspring.

Treynor 12, AHSTW 0

AVOCA – Nate McCombs and Jaxon Schumacher each went 4 for 4 to pace Treynor’s offense in the win.

Schumacher had four RBIs and McCombs, the winning pitcher, had three. Ryan Bach chipped in three hits and an RBI for Class 2-A’s fourth-ranked team.

Treynor 130 224–12 14 1

AHSTW 000 000– 0 3 0

W: Nate McCombs. L: Lane Nelson. 2B: T, Jaxon Schumacher; AHSTW, Sam Porter.

Harlan 4-10, Carroll Kuemper 1-0

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HARLAN – Class 3-A No. 4 Harlan used a couple of strong pitching performances in the Hawkeye Ten sweep.

In the first game, Connor Bruck pitched a complete-game two-hitter and went 2 for 3 at the plate.

Joey Moser was 3 for 4 with two doubles.

Trey Gross scattered four hits over five innings for the second-game shutout. Isaiah Ahrenholtz was 2 for 2 with a double and two runs scored.


Carroll Kuemper 100 000 0–1 2 1

Harlan 002 020 x–4 10 1

W: Connor Bruck. L: Aaron Schreck. 2B: CK, Luke Hicks; H, Joey Moser 2, Luke Schaben.


Harlan 302 500–10 6 1

Carroll Kuemper 000 00x –0 4 3

W: Trey Gross. L: Blake Pottebaum. 2B: H, Isaiah Ahrenholtz.

Underwood 6, Audubon 3

AUDUBON – Nick Ravlin had three hits, and Blake Hall struck out eight batters in 5 2/3 innings to lead the Eagles.

Zach Teten added two hits for the Eagles.

Late Monday

Underwood baseball 10, Logan-Magnolia 0, 5 inn.

UNDERWOOD – The Eagles topped Lo-Ma for the second time in three days, as Landon Nelson threw a three-hit shutout and Nick Ravlin belted three doubles. Drake Adair also had two hits for the Eagles.

Logan-Magnolia (6-7) 000 00– 0 3 3

Underwood (10-2) 035 11–10 8 0

W: Landon Nelson. L: Tre Melby. 2B: U, Nick Ravlin 3.

AHSTW baseball 11, Riverside 7

Riverside led 7-0 after the first inning, but AHSTW came back inning by inning. The Vikings pulled away with five runs in the last two innings, including three in the seventh.

The Vikings’ Joey Cunningham struck out 12 batters and allowed only one hit after entering the game in the third inning. Offensively, he had four hits, three runs scored and three stolen bases. Sam Porter added three hits, three RBIs and two runs scored. Brody Langer had three hits and three runs scored, and Blake Holst had two RBIs.

“We overcame the adversity by playing one inning at a time to fight back to get into the game,” AHSTW coach Jason Holst said.

Riverside 700 000 0 –7 4 7

AHSTW 011 222 3–11 15 2

W: Joey Cunningham. L: Jacob Erickson.

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