Waukon softball team suffers trio of NEIC losses to New Hampton and Decorah, secures lone win of the week at home against MFL/MarMac

The Waukon softball team posted one win in four games played this past week, dropping three games in Northeast Iowa Conference (NEIC) play and having its lone win come against an Upper Iowa Conference (UIC) opponent. The Lady Indians first made up their Friday, June 21 postponed home game with New Hampton Monday, June 24, falling by a 2-0 result, before being swept at Decorah, 10-0 in six innings and 12-2 in five frames, Tuesday, June 25. The softball Tribe wrapped up its schedule of played games with a 5-0 win at home over MFL/MarMac Thursday, June 27 before their Friday, June 28 game at Waverly-Shell Rock was postponed by weather to Friday, June 5 in a game to now be played at 2 p.m. in Decorah.

Currently holding an 8-13 season record that includes a mark of 2-9 in Northeast Iowa Conference play, the Lady Indians were next slated to host Oelwein Monday, July 1 and Charles City Tuesday, July 2 before making up that Waverly-Shell Rock game Friday, July 5 in Decorah and then hosting Crestwood Monday, July 8. They are scheduled to begin Class 3A District Tournament play Thursday, January 11 at New Hampton.

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