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Baseball team off to hot start

June 12, 2015
Dan Kopriva - Head Coach , Traer Star-Clipper

Hulme Leads the Way in NT Opener Win

Senior Brody Hulme leads a young North Tama baseball team, made of six underclassmen starters to victory over a veteran team, GMG to a score of 8 to 2. GMG is currently 6-1 as of June 8th. The game was played Tuesday, May 26 at J. L. Lister Field. The Redhawks are shooting for their eighth winning season in a row. The 2014 the young Redahawks surprised the league, including their coaches and fans with a 17 and 12 season, clinching a seventh winning season in a row. Brody Hulme, son of former UNI fire baller pitcher, Rod Hulme, took the hill and struck out a career high, sixteen batters and did not allow an earned run. Hulme crushed the ball at the plate collecting three hits and a RBI, and lining out to the third baseman. The Wolverines managed just four batted balls to the outfield. The Redhawks turned a double play and center fielder Riley Rohach made an outstanding catch to end a wolverine rally in the seventh inning. Joe Early made a nice pick at first base in the dirt, early in the game to get the Redhawks out of a jam. The young Redhawks played a fundamentally sound game.

Sophomore Cameron Hoeg hit a single and a double driving in two runs. Sophomore Cael Kopriva knocked in two runs on two singles. Junior, Caden Stuart did his job in the two-hole batting position, reaching base three times on two walks and a single. Sophomore, Will Earley drew three walks. Freshman designated hitter, Conway Feisel added a RBI groundout insurance run late in the game. The Redhawks are 1-0 in conference and 1-0 overall.

North Tama 10,

Colo-Nesco 7

North Tama improved to 2- 0 in conference and overall play with the victory on Monday, June 1 in Traer. The Redhawks looked to be cruising to the mercy rule, ten run rule after five innings, but many defensive mistakes prolonged the game to seven innings. The Redhawks were up 10 to 2 going into the top of the seventh inning. Reserves, young players and veterans fell apart, defensively. Colo-Nesco mounted a come back, until Caden Stuart threw water on the flame. Cameron Hoeg pitched 6 2/3 innings to earn the win. Hoeg did not allow an earned run in the contest. Caden Stuart stuck out the last batter of the game to earn the save and give the Redhawks the victory.

Cameron Hoeg led the way at the plate, going two for three, with a double and a RBI, scoring two runs. Riley Rohach slapped a single and stole two bases. Joe Earley drove in two runs with a single and added another RBI on a groundout. Caden Stuart scored two runs and hit a RBI single. Tristian Johanningmeier and Conway Feisel each added a single to the attack.

Redhawks beat 2014 ISC North Champ

The Redhawks remained undefeated traveling to Janesville, with a 7-1 victory over the 2014 Iowa Star northern division champions. The game was played oon Wednesday, June 3. Pitcher Brody Hulme led the Hawks to the upset win. Hulme pitched a complete game allowing one unearned run, two hits and two walks. The Redhawk defense made just one error.

Riley Rohach scored two runs, stole two bases and hit two singles. Cael Kopriva hit two singles and drove in a run. Caden Stuart went one for three at the dish scoring two runs. The Redhawks are 3-0 in conference play. Dunkerton and Don Bosco also remain undefeated in the Iowa Star conference.

North Tama beats AP in Extra Innings

The Hawks improved to 4-0 with a 4-2 win over 2A Aplington-Parkersburg in eight innings. The Redhawks traveled to Partkersburg on Friday June 5. North Tama scored the first run of the game in the top of the seventh inning on a Conway Feisel single scoring Cameron Hoeg. AP answered back with a run in the bottom half of the seventh inning, sending the game to extra innings. Riley Rohach led off the inning by getting hit by the pitch. Caden Stuart, Brody Hulme and Joe Earley added singles to score three more runs. AP fell short adding a run in the bottom of the inning.

Cameron Hoeg pitched a gem allowing one earned run in seven innings. Hoeg struck out seven batters while giving up three hits and four walks. Caden Stuart pitched the last three outs to earn his second save. Stuart faced three batters striking out one.

Redhawks split Kubik-Finch Post Title

The North Tama baseball team hosted the annual Kubik-Finch post tournament at J. L. Lister Field on Saturday, June 6. North Linn and Iowa Valley participated in the triangular tournament. Each team ended the day with a 1-1 record to share the title. The Redhawks defeated North Linn (7-4) by the score of 3-0 in the first game. Brody Hulme proved to be the king of the hill pitching six innings of shutout ball. Hulme struck out seven batters while surrendering two hits and two free passes. Hulme is 3-0 on the season and has not allowed an earned run in 20 innings. Caden Stuart completed the shut out to earn his third save in three chances.

The Redhawks collected just six hits in the game. Riley Rohach led the Redhawk offense. Rohach hit three singles, scored two runs and swiped three bases. Caden Stuart hit a RBI single. Hulme drove in a run with a double to the fence. The Redhawks improved to 5-0 overall on the season.

Iowa Valley (5-2) ended the Redhawk five-game winning streak with a walk off single in the bottom of the seventh. The final score was 4-3. Caden Stuart took the loss on the mound against a very heavy hitting Iowa Valley team. Stuart gave up four runs on eight hits and four walks, while striking out five. North Tama had four hits in the game. Brody Hulme hit two singles and knocked in two runs. Joe Earley and Caden Stuart each added a hit. Stuart scored two runs. Riley Rohach drew a walk, stole a base and scored a run. Brody Hulme, Riley Rohach and Caden Stuart were named to the all tournament team.

North Linn defeated Iowa Valley 7-3. The Redhawks are 5-1 overall and 3-0 in conference play.



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