The Clinton Herald, Clinton, Iowa

Top News

July 9, 2013

Indians take 2 against the Irish


The three Camanche seniors, Mensinger, Tanner Schreiner and Justin Anderson, were able to celebrate their final home games in their high school careers with solid performances each and more importantly two wins.

“It felt great. It was my last home game of my whole high school career and actually my first win of the season,” Mensinger said. “It’s fun to play them; they’re a lot like us. They’re a young team like us, and its fun to play them.”

Cochran said: “I enjoyed having those kids. They all were a part of our program for four years, and it was nice to see them get a W on the way out of here.”

Game 1


P. of Peace 000 100 0 -- 1 3 2

Camanche 300 002 x -- 5 9 0

Laufenberg (3 ip, 5 h, 3 r, 3 er, 1 bb, 4 so), Moeller (3 ip, 4 h, 2 r, 2 er, 4 bb, 1 so) and M. Peters; Mensinger (7 ip, 3 h, 1 r, 1 er, 1 bb, 0 so) and Atkinson. Multiple hits -- Prince of Peace (J. Peters 2); Camanche (Harksen 2, Bialas 2, Boysen 2). 2B -- Prince of Peace (J. Peters); Camanche (Harksen, Campie). RBIs -- Prince of Peace (J. Peters); Camanche (Bialas 3, Boysen, Campie).

Game 2


Prince of Peace 012 00 -- 3 4 3

Camanche 430 24 -- 13 9 0

Weisner (1 1/3 ip, 4 h, 7 r, 4 er, 8 bb, 1 so), Bly (2 2/3 ip, 2 h, 2 r, 2 er, 3 bb, 1 so), Roth (0 ip, 3 h, 4 r, 4 er, 2 bb, 0 so) and Drury; Boysen (5 ip, 4 h, 3 r, 1 er, 2 bb, 6 so) and Schreiner. Multiple hits -- Camanche (Schreiner 2, Atkinson 3, Peasley 2). 2B -- Camanche (Schreiner, Atkinson). RBIs -- Prince of Peace (Weisner); Camanche (Mensinger 2, Schreiner, Atkinson 3, Peasley 4).

Text Only
Top News
  • Arizona's prolonged lethal injection is fourth in U.S. this year

    Arizona's execution of double-murderer Joseph Wood marked the fourth time this year that a state failed to dispatch a convict efficiently, according to the Constitution Project, a bipartisan legal group.3

    July 24, 2014

  • Technology plays key part in battling police brutality (with VIDEO)

    Allegations of police brutality are nothing new -- as long as there has been law enforcement, citizens have registered claims that some officers cross the line. But in the last few years, the claims of excessive force are being corroborated with new technology from cell phone cameras, police dash-cams and surveillance videos. 

    July 24, 2014

  • Lindley, Tom.jpg Better police needed for college teams enticed to cheat

    The NCAA once cracked down on colleges that went too far luring top prospects, then it targeted teams that lathered players with special treatment. That was until the NCAA's get-tough approach backfired, rendering it ineffective and creating an opportunity for those who want to play dirty.

    July 24, 2014 1 Photo

  • Clinton Community School District 2013-2014 Wages

    Clinton Community School District 2013-2014 Wages

    July 24, 2014

  • techel.jpg Iowa man convicted of killing pregnant wife

    A jury convicted an Iowa man Thursday of killing his pregnant wife in 2012, rejecting his claims of innocence after the third trial in the case.

    July 24, 2014 1 Photo

  • RAGBRAI rider from Sioux City dies in Mason City

    A RAGBRAI participant from Sioux City has been found dead in his tent in Mason City in the second death during the weeklong bicycling event.

    July 24, 2014

  • Facebook continues moneymaking trend

    Facebook seems to have figured out - for now at least - the holy grail for all media right now: how to make money selling mobile ads.

    July 24, 2014

  • Deliberations resume at Iowa man's murder trial

    Jurors will be allowed to review the video, but not the transcript, of an Iowa man being interrogated as they consider whether he's guilty of murder in the death of his pregnant wife.

    July 24, 2014

  • Has the iPad lost its swag?

    The company reported this week that sales of its sleek, pricey tablet were down 19 percent from last quarter and 9 percent year-over-year.

    CEO Tim Cook tried to reassure investors that Apple's new partnership with IBM to sell its devices to IBM's corporate customers will help make iPads ubiquitous in the workplace.

    July 24, 2014

  • Health insurers owe Iowans nearly $1.8M in refunds

    The federal government says insurers owe Iowans nearly $1.8 million in refunds because of a provision in the Affordable Care Act.

    July 24, 2014

AP Video