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The Nevada women’s soccer team has four all-state selections and the Cub boys have one player selected in Class 1A.

The Colo-NESCO baseball team won four of five games in a busy week. The Royals beat BCLUW (20-12) June 14 at Zearing, Dunkerton (3-2) June 15 at Dunkerton, Melcher-Dallas (19-4) Saturday on the road and Clarksville (15-5) Monday at home.

Colo-NESCO also suffered an 11-1 loss at the hands of South Hamilton June 17 at Jewell. Victory over Clarksville puts the Royals at 11-8 overall and 7-3 in the Iowa Star Conference Southern Division.

The Nevada baseball team scored wins over Carroll (11-10) Friday and West Central Valley (17-2) Saturday. The Cubs lost to Ballard (11-1) on June 14, Hampton-Dumont (10-7) June 16 and West Marshall (14-0) on Monday at 10-10 overall and 4-6 in the Heart of Iowa Conference.

The Colo-NESCO softball team clinched a 16-4 win over Dunkerton June 15. The Royals were also eliminated by Baxter June 13 (15-6 and 19-18) and lost to Montezuma (14-0 June 14), Iowa Valley (16-4) June 16 and Madrid (13-4 Friday) will advance to 3- 16 overall and 2-7 in ISC South.

The Nevada softball team suffered losses to Prairie City-Monroe (11-8 June 13), Roland-Story (13-3 June 15) and Boone (7-6 June 16). The Cubs also lost to Carroll (8-3 Friday) and Solon (8-3) and Adel-Desoto-Minburn (7-0) Saturday at the Kiwanis Invitational in Roland.

The Cub softball team ended the week with an overall record of 5-14 and a HOIC score of 2-9.

Emma Strottman, Drew Robinson highlight Nevada all-state soccer selections

Emma Strottman led a group of four named girls to the all-state 1A team in women’s soccer for Nevada.

Strottman helped Nevada go 13-7 and once again reach the semifinals of 1A at the state soccer tournament before succumbing to the Davenport Assumption. To see also : MSU Sports Medicine keeps athletes and the public moving. Strottman anchored an elite Cub defense with 12 shutouts and he’s also had one assist this season.

Cub senior forward Mayzi Weig, senior midfielder Tessa Borwick and senior goalkeeper Maddie Dunham make up the 1A second team. Weig scored 22 goals and provided three assists, Borwick scored 17 goals and assisted four and Dunham made 90 saves and conceded only 13 goals.

Drew Robinson is the all-state selection in 1A for the Nevada boys’ soccer team.

Robinson scored a school record 35 goals in helping the Cub boys go 15-7 and reach the 1A state quarter-finals. He also provided 14 assists.

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Colo-NESCO baseball team leads the ISC South

The Colo-NESCO baseball team is leading 1. On the same subject : World food inflation is declining as wheat in palm oil falls.5 games at ISC South after last week’s competition.

Spencer Hansen drove in three rounds and Kenny Cutler, Lucas Frohwein, Ben Rouse and Drew Banks all scored two strokes during the win over BCLUW. Cutler was 3-for-5 with two and four runs, Rouse also doubling and Breckin Clatt doubling and scoring twice.

Frohwein took the win after giving up once on two strokes and three runs with three strokes in three innings.

Banks hit two bats with eight strikeouts and four walks in the win over Dunkerton. Clatt picked and scored, Cutler picked and went with a run, Andrew Grover doubled and Frohwein and Kaleb Gray each took one hit against the Raiders.

Colo-NESCO scored 15 strokes in the win over Melcher-Dallas. Hansen went 4-for-4 with two doubles and five RBIs, Grover and Rouse both advanced in two rounds, Ephram Muntz 2-for-3 with two rounds and Cutler and Clatt both scored three times.

Rouse clinched victory against Melcher-Dallas after throwing in three goalless and hit-less innings with two strikeouts and one walk.

An eight-round fourth round pushed Colo-NESCO past Clarksville. Clatt is 2-for-2 with doubles and two RBIs, Banks is 2-for-4 with doubles and two RBIs and Gray is also singles and knocked in a pair of runs. Cutler, Grover and Frohwein all picked, scored twice and raced through.

Banks grabbed a win against Clarksville after giving up a run on two hits and a walk with seven strikeouts in 3 2/3 innings.

In the loss to South Hamilton, Muntz picked and scored an RBI from Grover and Cutler and Clatt each took one stroke. Frohwein is the pitcher who lost after hitting seven strokes from four strokes and four strokes with two strokes in two rounds.

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Gavin Melohn, James Edwards spark big wins for Nevada baseball 

Gavin Melohn went 3-for-4 with two runs, four steals and three RBIs for Nevada in his win over Carroll. To see also : Cryptodoners poured money into politics in May despite downturns.

Cael Franzen is 2-for-4 with triples, three runs and one RBI, Karter Beving is on two runs and Christian Hawbaker is 2-for-2 with two runs against the Tigers. Beving is the pitcher who wins after hitting four strokes from five strokes with seven strokes and four strokes in five innings.

Beving went 3-for-4 with three runs and four RBIs in a win over West Central Valley. James Edwards also cruised in four laps, Ty Dittmer 1-for-2 with three rounds and an RBI each, Caleb Kooiker doubled and knocked in two and Connor Schnettgoecke finished 2-for-2 with two rounds.

Edwards got a win against West Central Valley. He hit two fruitless shots in five ball innings without hitting with four strikeouts and one move.

William Carsrud accepts defeat against Ballard. He gave up four runs on six strokes and seven runs in four innings.

Melohn hit a solo home run to explain his only run for Nevada versus the Bombers. Beving, Carsrud and Edwards each picked once in a loss.

A four-run sixth inning wasn’t enough for Nevada to make a comeback against Hampton-Dumont-CAL.

Carsrud went 2-for-4 with two RBIs, Edwards doubled and advanced in runs, Dittmer 1-for-2 with one run and RBI each and Schnettgoecke and Franzen knocked in one run each.

Colin Memmer is a pitcher who lost after giving up on six strokes from eight strokes and two strokes with one stroke in five innings.

Nevada collected just two strokes in its loss to West Marshall.

Melohn and Beving are each selected once. Carsrud was the losing pitcher after allowing eight runs on six strokes and three runs with one strikeout in 1 2/3 innings.

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Royal softball team hits its stride versus Dunkerton

It all came together for the Colo-NESCO softball team against Dunkerton June 15 at Dunkerton.

The Royals racked up six strokes and took advantage of Dunkerton’s 12-way plus Raider defensive errors to clinch a lopsided win. Callie Kohlwes was the victorious pitcher after hitting four hits from four strokes and two strokes with four strokes in six innings.

Kohlwes also doubled and took two runs and an RBI each on the attack. Molly Angell is 2-for-4 with two runs and an RBI, Abigail Hostetler is 1-for-5 with two runs and an RBI, Taylor Cox and Rebekah Nessa both picked and scored and Rylee Upchurch took two runs and a goal each. each RBI.

Colo-NESCO scored 20 strokes in a 19-18 loss to Baxter.

Kohlwes, Hostetler, Angell, Nessa and Riley Handsaker each had three strokes in the losing bid. Kohlwes scored two goals and advanced in one round, Hostetler took two rounds and an RBI each, Angell tripled and advanced in two rounds, Nessa doubled and took five RBI and Handsaker scored three times.

Izabell Voelker was 2-for-3 with two runs and the RBI and Upchurch doubled and took two runs and an RBI each. Kohlwes was the loser after allowing 10 runs on 13 strokes with five strikeouts and two walks in six innings.

In a 15-6 loss to the Bolts Voelker doubled, scored and raced through and Hostetler, Cox, Upchurch and Jenna Hill each took the RBI. Hostetler and Cox also scored, Upchurch 2-for-3 with a run and Hill taking one.

Annabelle Nessa is a losing pitcher. He gave up 10 runs with 13 strokes and two runs with six strokes.

Colo-NESCO had five strokes in the loss to Montezuma. Angell gathered two and Voelker, Handsaker and Cox one each.

Annabelle Nessa accepts defeat against Montezuma after hitting six hits in 4 2/3 innings.

In a loss to Iowa Valley Cox and both doubled and rode in pace and Kohlwes 1-for-3 with one run and RBI each. Angell and Hill both picked and scored and Upchurch also took a hit.

Annabelle Nessa had nine results on nine strokes and one move with three strikeouts and 2 1/3 innings as the losing pitcher.

In the loss to Madrid, Kohlwes scored 2-for-4 with two goals and one run, Handsaker finished the game 2-for-4 with RBI and Katherine Rouse 2-for-3. Angell finished 1-for-4 with the RBI, Rebekah Nessa picked and Hill scored one goal and went fast.

Kohlwes accepted defeat against the Tigers after losing 11 runs from 11 strokes and four runs. He recorded an impressive 14 strikeouts in a losing bid.

Cub softball team struggles with consistency

The Nevada softball team never got it all together last week. The Cubs are on their losing streak to 12 games as they are having a hard time keeping the opposing team off the board and hitting punches in attack.

On losing to PCM Peyton Hanson 2-for-4 with a home run and three RBI and Samantha Herridge went 2-for-4 with a solo home run. Lani Khonsourath 2-for-4 with double, runs and RBI, Briar Crain went on two runs, Weig led 1-for-2 with double, two runs and RBI and Avery Hinson and Paige Handsaker were both picked and scored.

Herridge took the loss after giving up 11 runs on three roads with two strikeouts.

In the Roland-Story Herridge loss hitting another solo homer, Hinson was 1-for-2 with the RBI and Hanson going in the run. Crain and Kylie Taylor both picked and scored one goal and Makayla Spaid dealt six strokes yet to be taken on nine strokes in 3 1/3 innings on the mound.

Nevada could not maintain its 5-3 lead in the early loss to Boone.

Herridge scored 3-for-4 with two doubles apiece and RBI and Weig finished 2-for-4 with two runs and two RBIs. Spaid is 1-for-3 with RBI and Khounsourath 2-for-4 with doubles.

Herridge hit four runs from eight strokes on six runs and two in five innings as the losing pitcher against the Toreadors.

Crain, Herridge and Hanson each had two strokes to lose to Carroll. Crain also scored two goals, Herrige took one round and RBI and Hanson each advanced in two rounds.

Spaid was the loser against Carroll after letting six strokes out of 12 with four strikeouts and two roads.

Herridge kept his game hot during the Kiwanis Invitational Saturday at 2-for-2 with a double, home run and three RBIs in a loss to Solon. Khonsourath was 2-for-3 with a double and a run and Crain was selected and scored one goal against the Spartans.

Herridge allowed eight runs on seven hits with three strikeouts and five walks as the losing pitcher.

Nevada gave the ADM team a No. 1 in 4A all they can handle in other Kiwanis games. Statistics for the game are not available at press timeout.

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