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- Queens drop physical match CLINTON -- In Tuesday's matchup between Clinton and Davenport Central, youth was going to win out. The River Queens started five freshmen against a sophomore-heavy lineup for the Blue Devils. Heading into the match, Central's Analise Keller, Kaylee G
Fillies freshman throws no-hitter vs. Three Rivers
MORRISON, Ill. -- Freshman pitcher Lauren Pannier threw a no-hitter and struck out 13 Sterling Newman batters Tuesday, leading Morrison to an 8-0 victory in Three Rivers Conference softball.
Great day at plate for Morrison's Willis
MORRISON, Ill. -- Few stat lines look better: 3-for-3 at the plate, a double, a three-run homer, three runs total and two stolen bases. That's the kind of day Danny Willis had Monday.
Big East throwers tune up for conference meet
CAMANCHE -- Camanche's Cody Mensinger knows what it's like to be a first-place thrower in the Big East Conference track and field meet. Preston's Keaton Tebbe is hoping to know the feeling, too.
- Fillies back on track MORRISON, Ill. -- Morrison catcher Chelsea Eads recalled coach Tammy Deter's words following the team's first conference loss to Bureau Valley last week. "We have to put the past behind us," Eads said. "It's what we do next that matters." The Fillies
Rickertsen, Jacobs top field at Big East
CALAMUS -- A pair of birdies on the front nine and steady golf on the back side keyed Calamus-Wheatland's Austin Rickertsen on Monday as he won medalist honors at the final Big East Conference boys golf meet.
- Saints close out with splits CLINTON - Walkoff wins in Saturday's second game and the first game Sunday highlighted the final weekend of the regular season for the Ashford baseball team. The Saints earned splits with Iowa Wesleyan at Ashford University Field, dropping the first
- River Kings earn a pair of 5ths at Drake DES MOINES -- A pair of fifth-place finishes Saturday at the Drake Relays should just add to the anticipation as Clinton prepares for this week's Mississippi Athletic Conference boys track and field meet. "They impressed me," Clinton coach Tony Smith
Kings of their court
Even the casual observer could tell – Clinton’s Ryan Schroeder and Jacob Kruse were desperate to win it. On Saturday, during the No. 1 doubles championship, points won by the duo were followed by restrained fist pumps. Those lost coincided with curses and visible frustration.
- Prep baseball Six-run seventh not enough for Fulton CLINTON -- Through six innings, it looked as though Sterling Newman was going to walk away handily with its second win of the night Thursday, leading Fulton 8-1 at Ashford University Field. This after the Steamers no-hit the Comets last week in a 10-
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