Articles appearing in the sports page of the Clinton Herald on July 19, 2017.
CLINTON — A pitchers duel for eight innings got away from Clinton in the ninth, and Marion Linn-Mar defeated the River Kings 7-2 in the first round of Iowa Class 4A Substate 4 baseball action Friday night at the Durgin Sports Complex.
CLINTON — Home runs from Nick Zammarelli and Yojhan Quevedo were just enough for the Clinton LumberKings to take the series finale from Dayto with a 4-3 win Friday night at Ashford University Field.
DURANT — Cooper Siebrecht's bases-loaded single in the bottom of the third inning snapped a 4-4 tie and was the run Lisbon needed to beat Calamus-Wheatland 5-4 on Thursday in a Class 1A District 9 baseball semifinal.
DAVENPORT — Brandon Miller matched a professional career high for strikeouts with nine but Clinton lost 6-1 to Quad-Cities on Monday night in Midwest League baseball at Modern Woodman Park.
DAVENPORT — Top-rated Davenport Assumption made Northeast its 40th consecutive victim Friday, handing the Rebels a 9-0 loss in the Class 3A Region 6 softball semifinals at the St. Vincent sports complex.
DAVENPORT — The Clinton LumberKings failed to string hits together Friday night in a 6-2 loss to the Quad-Cities River Bandits at Modern Woodmen Park.
CLINTON — Kiersten Housenga and Adam Deters were triple winners at the Stars and Stripes Tennis Tournament last Saturday and Sunday at Max Lynn Courts.
CLINTON — It didn’t take long for Clinton to end an 18-inning scoreless streak Tuesday night. But after putting up two runs in the bottom of the first inning, the LumberKings put up zeroes the rest of the way.
DEWITT — Northeast’s Jayna Farrell hit a go-ahead single in the fourth inning that have the Rebels a 3-2 win over Central DeWitt on Tuesday.
GENEVA, Ill. — For the second straight game the Clinton bullpen faltered in a 5-4 loss in the series opener to Kane County on Monday night at Northwestern Medicine Field.
CLINTON — David Macias has no time to think about how much of a whirlwind this week has been. His main focus is to open the second half of the Midwest League season tonight with a win.
From Little League on up, players emulate major leaguers, so Major League Baseball's pace-of-play problem is trickling down. Four innings into a recent College World Series game here, just seven hits and three runs had consumed 96 minutes. During a coach's visit to the pitcher's mound, the o…
GOOSE LAKE — Northeast and Iowa City Regina split a River Valley Conference doubleheader on Thursday. The Rebels took Game 1 8-3, but the Regals won Game 2, 4-1.
As Devan Douglas visited with friends and played basketball during and after his three-on-three tournament Sunday, children of all ages were playing around him at Clinton Park.