By Jon Swisher-Sports Director:
Two area baseball tournaments were held on Saturday.
Wildcat Invitational in Delhi:
Monticello 5 Maquoketa Valley 3
South Winn 4 Jesup 3
Jesup 9 Maquoketa Valley 5 (consolation)
South Winn 9 Monticello 2 (championship)
Viking Tournament in Edgewood:
North Linn 3 Ed-Co 2
Louisa Muscatine 16 Tripoli 1
Tripoli 13 Ed-Co 9 (consolation)
Louisa Muscatine 10 North Linn 0 (championship)
In area baseball scheduled for tonight:
Central DeWitt @ Anamosa
Postville @ Ed-Co
Beckman @ Western Dubuque
Maquoketa Valley @ North-Linn
The West Delaware against Maquoketa doubleheader and the Hawks home opener will be played tomorrow night in Manchester instead of tonight because of a late schedule conflict.
West Delaware will host Maquoketa in their home opener. The Hawks played all four of their games on the road last week and came away with a 4-0 record. Twenty-ninth year head coach Kevin Schuchmann can reach a milestone with two more wins by his team this week, closing in on 800 career victories. The Hawks open up their home schedule inside Sill Field this evening with their second WaMaC conference east division doubleheader. Fans will notice some changes outside of the playing field, Coach Schuchmann explains:
The Hawks return to the road Wednesday night at Clear Creek-Amana before the North Fayette Tournament on Friday and Saturday. All of tonight’s action can be heard from KMCH Sports with Bill Logan live on KMCH and KMCH.com starting at 5:55pm.
Other area softball games tonight.
Central DeWitt @ Anamosa Western Dubuque @ Dubuque Wahlert
Maquoketa Valley @ North Linn
West Central, Maynard @ Edgewood-Colesburg
South Winneshiek @ Starmont