Saturday, July 21, 2018
Video: Page (1) of 1 - 04/19/17 Email this story to a friend. email article Print this page (Article printing at page facebook
Central baseball gets by Douglas 5-2

By Clip Syndicate
Ira Murphey strikes out 5 to lead Cobblers to victory. Also: -STM boys tennis team defeats RC Christian 9-0. Video: Central baseball gets by Douglas 5-2
Ira Murphey strikes out 5 to lead Cobblers to victory. Also: -STM boys tennis team defeats RC Christian 9-0. Wed, 19 Apr 2017 04:27:51 +0000 Central baseball gets by Douglas 5-2 Ira Murphey strikes out 5 to lead Cobblers to victory. Also: -STM boys tennis team defeats RC Christian 9-0. KOTA vq>> the patriots and cobblers meet up on the diamond. kota sports director>> back in late march the central and douglas baseball teams split a doubleheader. this evening the cobblers and patriots met up again at mckeague field. douglas vs central>> a dog out enjoying some high school baseball action. 1. 3rd, 1-0 patriots, douglas has the bases loaded, ira murphey gets colton tipton swinging to end the inning. murphey struck out five. 2. bottom 3rd, with a runner on second chris waterson hits the hot shot to short, nice stop, shane storm finds himself in a pickle, jerry premo runs him back towards second and isiah dubray puts the tag on to end the inning. 3. 4th, still 1-0 douglas, bases loaded for xander knutson, he hits the groundball that gets through into left field, two runs come into score. a costly error for the patriots. 4. bases juiced for chris holm, he lines the pitch to short, curtis johnson goes up high to make the nice catch, the runners did a nice job of getting back to avoid the double play. douglas outhit central 5-4 but the cobblers earn the victory 5-2. 00:00:01hs baseball elsewhere in the world of high school baseball stevens defeated sturgis 10-nothing. jesse nicholson struck out ten in route to picking up the victory. stm vs rc christian>> the st. thomas more and rapid city christian tennis teams squared off at sioux park. 1. number one singles, christian's noah johnson taking on chase thurness, johnson fires off the shot that is too hot to handle. 2. johnson does a nice job of catching up to the shot, but chase thurness delivers with the forehand winner. thurness went on to take the match. 3. to flight 2 singles, s-t-m's nick lust up against jack roisum, lust puts this shot right on the line for the point. 4. good point here by both players, jack roisum fires off the strong forehand winner that lust can't catch up to. but it was lust who picked up the victory. a good outing for the cavaliers as they take the duel 9-nothing. 00:00:01girls golf the stevens girls golfers won the northern hills quad at boulder canyon today. sturgis took second, followed by spearfish and central. the raiders natalie young fired a 38 on 9 holes to earn medalist honors. vq>> the stevens girls golfers have gotten off to an impressive start this season. the raiders are now ready to show they can play with the best in the state. stevens girls golfers>> after finishing 4th at last year's state tournament the stevens girls golfers are focused on delivering another big season. and head coach dean henzlik is counting on senior natalie young to lead the way. dean henzlik stevens golf head coach>> coach henzlik "natalie young is in her 5th year she has been a varsity player since the 8th grade. she finished 3rd at state last year and is in good position to continue that trend." elyse owen stevens junior golf>> elyse owen "we have a pretty competitive team. we lose one of our varsity players from last year but have another that is filling in." natalie young earned medalist honors at last week's harrrisburg invite. and she feels the short game is key to the raiders success. natalie young stevens senior golfer>> natalie young "i think it's the most important piece of our games if we have succes with that it makes everything easier." coach henzlik "we've been less than our best playing in wind. so that is probably my number one technical goal is to improve the way we play

Page: 1


Our Privacy Policy --- About The U.S. Daily News - Contact Us - Advertise With Us - Privacy Guidelines