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- Indians stay hot on diamond MILES — Camanche climbed above the .500 mark as it ran its winning streak to four games Monday by sweeping host Easton Valley on Monday in non-conference high school baseball.The Indians, who have won 12 of their past 15 games to improve to 14-12, wo
No place like home for Rebels
GOOSE LAKE — Northeast made its debut on its new field a success as Michael Hartung and Ketzalli Dondiego pitched complete-game shutouts against Easton Valley and Calamus-Wheatland in the Northeast baseball tournament Saturday.“It was good to finally
JUST IN: Tubbs commits to Drake volleyball program
Elle Tubbs has a couple of years left to don a Clinton volleyball jersey, but on Saturday, she mapped out the next stop of her playing career.
- Ansari, Brisch claim titles CLINTON — Sameer Ansari won five tennis titles and Samantha Brisch, a starter on the Clinton girls teams that have placed first and second in the state the past two seasons, won the Girls 18 Singles title at the two-day Firecracker Tournament at Max
Baseball roundup: River Kings split with North
Clinton rallied for three runs in the bottom of the seventh inning and defeated Davenport North 3-2 in the first game of a baseball doubleheader Thursday. North came back to win Game 2 5-2.
Softball roundup: Indians win in 11th
Camanche scored a run in the bottom of the 11th inning Thursday to beat West Branch 9-8 in River Valley Conference softball.
- Linn-Mar tops Clinton CLINTON — The Clinton River Queen offense went cold in a 10-0 shutout loss to the Linn-Mar Lions at home on Wednesday night.Linn-Mar pitcher, junior Maddy Ryan, completely shut the River Queen’s offense down. She allowed two hits on the night, walkin
- Cal-Wheat edges Camanche CALAMUS — Calamus-Wheatland defeated Camanche on Wednesday night, 5-4.Kylie Vogel had three hits for the Indians, while Bailey Mensinger had two hits. For the Warriors, Katie Banowetz, who also pitched for Cal-Wheat, hit a two-run home run.Charlie Ha
No tying in baseball! (with VIDEO)
CLINTON — Both Clinton and Cedar Rapids Jefferson were trying to gain momentum as the regular season makes the turn for home. Ironically, a play at home plate in the seventh inning stirred controversy.The River Kings (9-14-1) and J-Hawks (18-9-1) tie
Dodd twirls gem (with VIDEO)
CLINTON — July was the month the Clinton River Kings turned the corner en route to their state tournament run last season. They hoped Tuesday’s win would do the same in 2014.The Clinton River Kings shut out the Cascade Cougars in a 4-0 win at home, g
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