Citing a desire to spend more time with his family, Darryl Cochran is stepping down from his role as the head baseball coach at Camanche High School after 23 seasons.
Several area and metro athletes have been named to the Iowa High School Baseball Coaches Association all-district teams.
The Independence baseball team season came to an end following a 13-3 loss to the Assumption Knights in the Class 3A semifinals, Wednesday.
CARROLL — The Dike-New Hartford baseball team lost, 7-4, to the Beckman Catholic Trailblazers in the Class 2A state quarterfinals, Tuesday.
The Mustangs jumped on top of the Hawks with one hit and one walk to take a 2-0 lead after the first half inning in the first round of the Class 3A state tournament at the University of Iowa’s Duane Banks Field.
Mustangs expect 'good environement' and 'tough battle' against West Delaware Hawks in the opening round of the state tournament, Monday.
Independence knocked off Cedar Rapids Xavier to advance to the 3A state baseball tournament Wednesday night at Xavier.
ALBURNETT — The Don Bosco baseball team battled back from down 15-3 at the end of the second inning to the winning run coming to the plate in the top of the seventh with two on and two outs.
He got the ball to start the game on the mound and let seven runs and seven hits scatter across the field on Tuesday night to put his bunch into a 7-0 deficit.
Dike-New Hartford rallied from a 7-0 deficit to beat Osage in a 2A substate final Tuesday at Roosevelt Field in Mason City.
CEDAR RAPIDS – Jesup baseball saw its season come to an end at the hands of Dyersville Beckman Tuesday in a Class 2A substate final at Mount Mercy University diamond.
Third-seeded Clear Creek-Amana took advantage of some misfortune for Waverly-Shell Rock and topped the second-seeded Go-Hawks Monday in a 3A substate semifinal in Waverly.
The Don Bosco baseball team defeated the North Tama Redhawks, 15-7, on Saturday to advance to the Class 1A region 4 championship.
Photos from Dike-New Hartford baseball against Grundy Center in the Class 2A semifinal game at Dike on Saturday. The Wolverines hit back-to back homeruns in the sixth inning for the 4-3 victory against the Spartans.
Post-season play in baseball and softball continued Friday. The Courier recaps area action.
CEDAR FALLS — The Cedar Falls baseball team ended its regular season with a one-run, 8-7 loss to the Waverly-Shell Rock Go-Hawks, Wednesday.
Spartan senior Brayden Sawyer was the crucial to the final outcome of the game, performing both at the mound with a shutout, and in the batter’s box with a three-run homer.
DIKE – Dike-New Hartford opened Class 2A, District 6 play with an 8-3 win over Aplington-Parkersburg on Tuesday.
The Don Bosco baseball team mounted a massive comeback to defeat the Gladbrook-Reinbeck Rebels and advance to the Class 1A sub state 4 semifinals, Tuesday.
TRAER — The North Tama baseball team defeated the Hudson Pirates, 7-3, to advance to the Class 1A sub state 4 semifinals, Tuesday.
Photos from North Tama baseball against Hudson on Tuesday, July 5 in a Class 1A district game at Traer. The Redhawks defeated the Pirates 7-3.
The North Tama baseball team won in walk off fashion, 6-5, over the AGWSR Cougars to advance to the second round of the Class 1A sub state 4 tournament, Saturday.
"We knew we had the confidence and the right kids up there to come back and win that. There was not a doubt in the dugout."
The Wapsie Valley baseball team (@wapsiebaseball) improved to 19-11 on the season with a 6-5 walk off win over the Janesville Wildcats, Thursday.
Looking to play spoiler to close the Mississippi Athletic Conference season, the North Scott baseball team took advantage of Assumption miscues to win Game 1 en route to a split at home on Thursday night. Pleasant Valley clinched the outright MAC title after sweeping Central DeWitt earlier in the evening.
The Dike-New Hartford baseball team clinched the NICL Central Division title with a win over the Columbus Catholic Sailors, Monday.
Columbus Catholic hosted Dike-New Hartford in a North Iowa Cedar League baseball doubleheader Monday.
The doubleheader was still a good night for Ben Phillips in the batter’s box. In total, the senior hit three doubles for three RBIs, and scored five runs to ring in his 18th birthday.