BaseballLe Mars Daily Sentinel
(Photo Courtesy of Liz Fisch) The Remsen St. Mary’s baseball team advanced to the state tournament for the sixth consecutive year with an 11-0 win in five innings over Newell-Fonda in Tuesday’s substate game. The six consecutive state appearances ties for the third-longest string in state history. The run began...
Indianapolis, INIndianapolis Recorder
City leaders and community members kicked off the 100th anniversary celebration of Frederick Douglass Park during a press conference July 7. Named after the abolitionist, Frederick Douglass Park was founded in the Martindale-Brightwood neighborhood July 7, 1921. The park served as the first public park that welcomed Black Indianapolis residents.
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Des Moines, IAPosted byOskaloosa Herald
DES MOINES — It may have been a humid, overcast day, but anytime you get to play at Principal Park you are going to soak it in. The Dutch made the trip north to play in one of the handful of regular season games hosted at Principal Park. One bad inning and a handful of missed opportunities with runners on led to Pella falling to North Polk in Des Moines, 6-2. Pella grabbed the bats first as they served as the away team for the contest. With two outs in the top of the first, Nick DeJong would rip a double into the left-center field gap to get into scoring position. Ryan Mace would then drive him home with a RBI single up the middle to put Pella in front, 1-0.
The #6 in Class 4A Norwalk baseball team was at Principal Park Tuesday afternoon for a matchup with Southeast Polk, and came out on top 5-3, as aired on 94.3 KNIA. Norwalk got the scoring started early with two runs driven in by Dylan Christensen. The Warriors tacked on another...
Three key errors by the Pella defense was the difference in a 6-2 loss to North Polk on the baseball diamond at Principal Park in Des Moines Tuesday afternoon, as heard live on 92.1 KRLS. Pella opened the scoring with a two-out single in the first inning, only for the...
Des Moines, IAPosted byNewton Daily News
DES MOINES — PCM’s baseball team let one get away against West Marshall on Monday night. Playing at Principal Park, the Mustangs held two different leads and out-hit the Trojans during a Heart of Iowa Conference game. But two crucial errors in the bottom of the sixth inning allowed conference-leading...