SHENANDOAH – Lewis Central stayed unbeaten in the Hawkeye 10 Conference on Thursday night with a doubleheader sweep of Shenandoah, 15-0 in 5 innings and 6-0.

The Titans scored 14 runs in the first two innings of the first game. They have now won 10 consecutive games.

JC Dermody threw a complete game in the nightcap.


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S.C. Heelan 6-16, Abraham Lincoln 4-6

SIOUX CITY - Abraham Lincoln dropped a Missouri River Conference prep baseball doubleheader to Sioux City Heelan in games played at Briar Cliff University.

In the opener, Tyler Rardin and Tyler Reiss singled and doubled and Andrew Christensen doubled for A.L.

Kaden Baxter, working in relief, pitched three solid innings, giving up just one run.

In the second game, Ben Fichter tripled for the Lynx with Reiss and Zane Olsen adding doubles.

Underwood 2, AHSTW 1

UNDERWOOD – Underwood nipped AHSTW 2-1 in a Western Iowa Conference prep baseball game Thursday.

Nick Ravlin got the win for the Eagles in the pitcher’s duel with Clayton Akers.

Kyler Rodenburg and Zach Teten had two hits each for the host Eagles.

Sam Porter tripled for AHSTW.


St. Albert 6, Fremont-Mills 5

St. Albert edged Fremont-Mills 6-5 in non-conference prep softball action Thursday at St. Albert.

The Saintes broke the 5-5 tie in the bottom of the seventh inning. Peyton Carman, 2-for-2 on the night, doubled. Allie Petry reached first on a bunt single that also sent courtesy runner Carly McKeever to third base. Sarah Eggerling hit a ground out that scored McKeever.

The Saintes did the rest of their damage with a five-run second inning. Lainey Sheffield hit a two-run home run in the frame, and Presley Poor had a triple for the big hits in the outburst.

Mallory Daley had two hits on the night.

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Shenandoah 12-11, Lewis Central 4-0

Delanie Voshell threw a five inning no-hitter as Shenandoah won its sixth and seventh consecutive games.

Lewis Central’s only two baserunners reached on walks.

The Fillies outhit the Titans 10-4 in the first game. Megan Gittins had a hit and two RBIs in the first game for the Titans.

Logan Hughes led Shenandoah with three hits and three RBIs in the first game. Natalie Gilbert led Shenandoah in the second game with two hits and four RBIs.


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West Harrison 5, Westwood 1

West Harrison scored four seventh-inning runs for the road win.

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Sydney Sherer homered for the Hawkeyes, and Emily McIntosh added two doubles.

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West Harrison softball 13, Boyer Valley 1, 4 inn.

DOW CITY – West Harrison scored 13 fourth-inning runs on the way to its 10th straight win.

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W: Emily McIntosh.

2B: WH, Haley Koch; BV: Alexia Miller

Logan-Magnolia baseball 2, Missouri Valley 1

LOGAN – Trevor Wills went the distance on the mount for the Panthers. He gave up only five hits, did not allow an earned run, struck out eight and walked one.

Colton Hanlon and Chase Maguire drove in the Logan-Magnolia runs. Nick Tennis drove in Cole Lange for the Big Reds’ run.

Lane Harper took the loss despite giving up only five hits and an earned run in six innings. He struck out eight and walked one.

AHSTW baseball 7, Tri-Center 5

NEOLA – Four sixth-inning runs gave AHSTW the lead for good.

Clayton Akers had three hits, drove in three runs, scored twice and stole a base. He also earned the save in relief, giving up a hit and a run and striking out one in the final 1 1/3 innings.

Brody Langer had three hits and a RBI; Joel Sampson had two hits and two RBI; winning pitcher Sam Porter doubled and scored twice.

All nine AHSTW batters got on base.

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