DUBUQUE — Fifth-ranked Cedar Falls settled for a split of a Mississippi Valley Conference baseball doubleheader Monday at Dubuque Hempstead.

The Tigers fell in the opener, 8-5, then bounced back with an 8-3 win.

After Cedar Falls (12-6) jumped out to a 4-0 lead in the opener, Hempstead plated four runs in the bottom of the third to tie it. In the sixth, the Tigers erased a 5-4 deficit with a run, but the Mustangs scored three times in the bottom half of the inning.

Cedar Falls got out to a 3-0 lead again in the second game and put the game away with a four-run sixth.

COLUMBUS 13-7, SUMNER-FREDERICKSBURG 2-2: Waterloo Columbus dealt winless Sumner-Fredericksburg a pair of North Iowa Cedar League baseball losses Monday, 13-2 and 7-2.

Lucas Benda and Parker Westhoff drove in a pair of runs each in the opener while Kaleb Boleyn pitched a complete game with eight strikeouts.

In the second game, the Sailors (10-13) took advantage of several walks and got a two-run double from Westhoff in a five-run fifth that broke the game open. Robert Porth came on on relief in the fourth inning and struck out nine.

Columbus will host the Cougars at 4 p.m. Tuesday to complete a game that was suspended last week.

DUBUQUE WAHLERT 5-10, WATERLOO EAST 1-1: Waterloo East’s offensive struggles continued as the Trojans dropped a Mississippi Valley Conference twinbill at Wahlert Monday.

East had just three hits in each game, while the Golden Eagles (15-8) racked up 13 in the opener and 11 in the second game.

DUBUQUE SENIOR 10-14, WATERLOO WEST 7-1: Dubuque Senior held off Waterloo West for a 10-7 Mississippi Valley Conference win, then blasted the Wahawks 14-1 to complete a sweep.

The Rams improved to 15-7, while the Wahawks slipped to 3-20.


COLUMBUS 6-9, SUMNER-FREDERICKSBURG 2-6: Sixth-ranked Waterloo Columbus stretched its winning streak to 12 Monday night by sweeping a North Iowa Cedar League doubleheader from Sumner-Fredericksburg, 6-2 and 9-6.

Kayla Sproul fired a three-hitter in the opener and the Sailors collected 10 base hits, including four for extra bases.

In the second game, the Cougars went ahead 3-0 in the first inning but couldn’t keep up with Columbus, which scored three times each in the third, fourth and fifth innings.

Columbus improved to 20-3 on the season, while Sumner-Fredericksburg fell to 8-12.




First game

Columbus 274 00 — 13 13 1

Sum.-Fred. 100 01 — 2 4 4

Kaleb Boleyn and Mason Bennett. Brett Meyer, Brady Wilkinson (4), Andy Slick (5) and Colton Yungtum. 2B—Lucas Benda (Col), Boleyn (Col), Parker Westhoff (Col), Colton Dralle (S-F).

Second game

Columbus 100 051 0 — 7 5 0

Sum.-Fred. 000 200 0 — 2 3 1

Westhoff, Robert Porth (4) and Bennett, John Rausch (4). Sam Fox, Wilkinson (4) and Yungtum. 2B—Boleyn (Col), Westhoff (Col), Dralle (S-F).



First game

Columbus 022 110 0 — 6 10 2

Sum.-Fred. 000 101 0 — 2 3 3

WP—Sproul. LP—Nuss. 2B—Seehase (S-F), Hogan (Col), A. Schultz (Col). 3B—Allen (S-F), S. Schultz (Col).

Second game

Sum.-Fred. 300 003 0 — 6 8 4

Columbus 003 330 x — 9 8 1

WP—Sproul. LP—Hoth. 2B—Pagel (S-F), Shannon (Col), A. Schultz (Col). 3B—Shannon (Col).


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