Kee baseball team wins one of just three games this week

The Kee baseball team was able to play one game early on in the week, but also experienced a few rain postponements, having to cancel and also reschedule some games for later on in the season. Monday, June 16, the Hawks went to Postville to play the Pirates, winning the first game by a 6-4 result but having to cancel the second game due to rain. Tuesday, June 17, Kee was scheduled to play against Clayton Ridge/Central, but the rain stopped the game, and there will be no make-up game. Thursday, the Hawks were slated to host the North Fayette Valley TigerHawks, but that game was also called due to rain and rescheduled for July 1. Kee was able to wrap up its week Saturday, June 21 with a pair of games hosted by Class 1A seventh-rated Don Bosco, the Hawks falling to both Class 2A ninth-rated Iowa City Regina, 7-1, and the host Dons, 13-0 in five innings.
Sporting a 13-12 overall record, 5-4 in Upper Iowa Conference play, the Hawks are scheduled to host Turkey Valley Thursday, June 26 before playing in the Jeff Houg Tournament in Waukon Saturday, June 28, details of which can be found elsewhere in a shaded box on this same page. Kee will then play a pair of back-to-back varsity doubleheaders to begin next week, playing at MFL/MarMac Monday, June 30 and then hosting North Fayette Valley Tuesday, July 1 before playing at Crestwood for a non-conference doubleheader Thursday, July 3.

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