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Wed
26
Jun

Kee softball team nearly perfect in seven games this week, stays perfect in UIC play with three road sweeps; Lone blemish is 9-6 loss at Class 4A Waverly-SR

The Kee softball team put together a nearly perfect week on the diamond but was able to remain perfect in Upper Iowa Conference (UIC) play with all six of this week’s wins coming against UIC opponents. That UIC perfection included doubleheader road sweeps by double-digit margins, beginning with wins of 15-4 and 12-0 in three innings at MFL/MarMac Monday, June 17 and victories by margins of 20-5 in five innings and 14-1 in four innings at Turkey Valley Wednesday, June 19. The lone blemish on this week’s Kee results came in a 9-6 loss at Class 4A Waverly-Shell Rock Thursday, June 20, with the Lady Hawks bouncing back to hand Clayton Ridge UIC losses of 4-1 and 15-1 Friday, June 21 in games rescheduled by rain from June 12. Due to unforeseen circumstances, details of those final five games of this past week will be printed in the July 3 edition of The Standard.

Wed
26
Jun

Waukon softball team splits at Crestwood, falls at North Fayette Valley

The Waukon softball team had a relatively light week get even lighter when its Friday, June 21 home game with New Hampton was postponed by rainy weather to Monday, June 24. Prior to that postponement, the Lady Indians played to a split at Crestwood Tuesday, June 18, winning game one by a 12-8 result before falling by a 4-2 loss in the nightcap, and then falling by just a 9-8 result at North Fayette Valley Thursday, June 20. Due to unforeseen circumstances, details of that loss at North Fayette will be printed in the July 3 edition of The Standard.

Wed
26
Jun

Kee baseball team comes up a bit shy in battles with UIC front-runners MFL/MarMac and South Winn, shuts out Clayton Ridge-Central at home

The Kee baseball team ended up playing five games this past week, having two games against Sumner-Fredericksburg and Don Bosco slated to be played at the South Winneshiek Tournament canceled due to rainy weather this past Saturday, June 22. Prior to that cancellation, the Hawks had a pair of Upper Iowa Conference road doubleheaders get away on back-to-back nights, including losses of 6-0 and 3-2 at MFL/MarMac Monday, June 17 and 5-2 and 3-1 at UIC-leading South Winneshiek Tuesday, June 18. Kee’s diamond dwellers bounced back for their lone win of the week, a 5-0 home victory over Clayton Ridge-Central Thursday, June 20. Due to unforeseen circumstances, details of those games with South Winneshiek and Clayton Ridge-Central will be printed in the July 3 edition of The Standard.

Tue
18
Jun

Waukon baseball team book-ends five-game week with pair of wins, splitting two home games with Crestwood and rallying at Riceville

The Waukon baseball team book-ended this past week with its only two victories of a five-game stretch, playing to a current season record of 5-12 that includes a mark of 3-9 in Northeast Iowa Conference (NEIC) play. The diamond Tribe opened the week splitting two games at home against Crestwood Monday, June 10, winning by an 11-5 result before falling by a 4-1 count in the nightcap. Three games in less than 24 hours to end the week saw the Indians fall in two games at Waverly-Shell Rock Friday, June 14, 6-2 and 11-1 in six innings, before wrapping up the week with a rare matinee game Saturday, June 15 where the Tribe posted a 4-3 comeback win at Riceville, with details of that Saturday contest being printed in the June 26 edition of The Standard due to an early print deadline for this June 19 edition because of the Juneteenth postal holiday.

Tue
18
Jun

Kee softball team wins five of seven games, remaining undefeated in UIC play with sweep of Postville, defeating Marquette Catholic and splitting WD Tourney quartet

The Kee softball team had a busy week of playing games on five of six nights this past week get a little less busy when the Hawks’ Wednesday, June 12 home doubleheader with Clayton Ridge was postponed by stormy weather to June 21. On each side of that postponement, the Kee girls played to five wins in the seven games they did play, currently holding a 9-10 season record that keeps them undefeated in Upper Iowa Conference (UIC) play at 4-0. Their two UIC wins this past week came by mercy-rule finals, 12-2 in five innings and 22-1 in three innings, at Postville Monday, June 10 before they claimed a 9-5 road win over Marquette Catholic Tuesday, June 11.

Tue
18
Jun

Kee baseball team’s three wins in five games include sweep of UIC trio

The Kee baseball team played to three wins in its five games this past week to currently hold a 17-5 season record that includes a 9-1 mark in Upper Iowa Conference (UIC) play. The Hawks opened the week with a home doubleheader sweep of Turkey Valley Monday, June 10 by scores of 6-0 and 5-0 before posting a 13-1 mercy-rule win at Postville Thursday, June 13 and then falling in two games against Moravia in a varsity matinee doubleheader Saturday, June 15 at Mount Mercy College in Cedar Rapids, 4-1 and 15-5 in six innings. Details of those two Saturday games will be printed in the June 26 edition of The Standard due to an early print deadline for this June 19 edition because of the Juneteenth postal holiday.

Tue
18
Jun

Waukon softball team’s single win in six games played comes over Class 5A Cedar Rapids Washington at West Delaware Tournament

The Waukon softball team played a total of six games this past week, putting one of those in the win column to currently hold a 6-9 season record that includes a mark of 1-5 in Northeast Iowa Conference play. The Lady Indians fell in a home doubleheader with Waverly-Shell Rock Tuesday, June 11 by scores of 14-1 in five innings and 8-2 before winning one of four games played  at the two-day West Delaware Tournament to end up in 12th place in the 16-team tournament, including a 13-0 loss in four innings to Class 3A third-rated Dubuque Wahlert and a 13-1 win in four innings over Class 5A Cedar Rapids Washington Friday, June 14 before playing to an 11-1 defeat in five innings against Independence and a 6-2 loss to Monticello Saturday, June 15. Details of those two Saturday tournament contests will be printed in the June 26 edition of The Standard due to an early print deadline for this June 19 edition of The Standard due to the Juneteenth postal holiday.

Wed
12
Jun

Waukon baseball wins one of three games, 14-4 at Ed-Co, falling to Class 2A seventh-rated New Hampton at home


Denied at the dish ... Waukon baseball senior catcher Brody Gress turns to prepare for a tag of this sliding New Hampton baserunner for an out at home plate in the Indians’ home doubleheader loss to the Class 2A seventh-rated Chickasaws Wednesday, June 5. In addition to his defensive efforts, Gress also collected a single in three at-bats in each ballgame, scoring a run in both and driving in one run as well. View and find out how to purchase this photo and many more by clicking on the Photo Galleries link on this webpage.

The Waukon baseball team played just three games this past week, putting one of those three in the win column to currently hold a 3-9 season record that includes a mark of 2-6 in Northeast Iowa Conference (NEIC) play. Hosting Class 2A seventh-rated New Hampton Wednesday, June 5, the Indians surrendered a 12-2 loss before allowing an 8-4 loss to get away in the final inning. The diamond Tribe then posted a 14-4 win at Edgewood-Colesburg Thursday, June 6.

The Indians were next scheduled to host Crestwood for two varsity games in NEIC play Monday, June 10 before playing two NEIC games at Waverly-Shell Rock Friday, June 14 and then one game at Riceville Saturday, June 15. They will then host Turkey Valley Monday, June 17 and Decorah Wednesday, June 19.

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Wed
12
Jun

Waukon softball team wins three of five games, including split at New Hampton

A strong early start to this past week of five games saw the Waukon softball team put three of those contests in the win column as the Tribe now holds a 5-4 season record that includes a mark of 2-2 in Northeast Iowa Conference play. The Lady Indians opened the week with a 13-2 home win over Central Elkader in just five innings Monday, June 3 before recording a 6-3 win at home over South Winneshiek Wednesday, June 5. They then played to a split at New Hampton Thursday, June 6 with an 18-12 win followed by a 14-2 loss in three innings before wrapping up the week with an 8-0 loss at NEIC-leading Charles City Friday, June 7.

The softball Indians were next slated to host Waverly-Shell Rock Tuesday, June 11 before playing in the large West Delaware Tournament Friday and Saturday, June 14-15. They will then play at Crestwood Tuesday, June 18 and at North Fayette Valley Thursday, June 20 before hosting New Hampton Friday, June 21.

Wed
12
Jun

Kee baseball team’s undefeated week includes 1-0 home triumph over MFL/MarMac, sweep of three other UIC games and home battle with N-P


Sliding in for a swipe of second ... Kee baseball junior left fielder Carter Seitz dives in to steal second base in the Hawks’ 7-0 home win over Nashua-Plainfield Wednesday, June 5. Seitz drew a walk and stole two bases in the ballgame, both driving in and scoring a run. Photo by Danielle Potter. View and find out how to purchase this photo and many more by clicking on the Photo Galleries link on this webpage.

The Kee baseball team had a busy week stopped short of being even busier when the two-game Cedar River Classic the Hawks were scheduled to play in at St. Ansgar Saturday, June 8 was canceled due to wet conditions. The five games the Kee boys did play over the course of the first four days of the week all ended up in the win column, improving their season record to 14-3, including a 6-1 mark in Upper Iowa Conference (UIC) play.

The Hawks swept a doubleheader at Clayton Ridge with wins of 7-0 and 12-6 Monday, June 3 before recording an 11-0 win in six innings at North Fayette Valley Tuesday, June 4. They then shut out Nashua-Plainfield by a 7-0 count at home Wednesday, June 5 before battling MFL/MarMac to a 1-0 triumph at home Thursday, June 6 to wrap up their undefeated but abbreviated week.

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