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Baseball team wins Iowa Star Conference

July 17, 2015
Dan Kopriva - Head Coach , Traer Star-Clipper

North Tama Redhawks Win Iowa Star Conference

The North Tama baseball team won a share of the conference title winning four conference games on the road in three days. North Tama shares the title with Don Bosco, each team had a conference record of 17-1. The last time the Redhawks won conference was in 2005, the season before Don Bosco joined the conference. The seventh ranked Don Bosco team has won the title 9 out of 10 years and has made several trips to the state tourney.

NT 11, GC 2

The Redhawks played the last regular season home game on Tuesday, July 7. North Tama came out on top beating Grundy Center 11 to 2. Joe Earley continued his hot streak at the plate going three for three and drove in four runs. Cameron Hoeg ripped two singles to plate three Redhawks. Hoeg scored twice and stole a bag. Cael Kopriva drove in two runs on a pair of singles. Kopriva stole a base and scored to runs. Riley Rohach was one for two with two stolen bases and a run scored. Brody Hulme was hit by the pitch twice, hit a single and scored three times. Will Earley added a base knock to the mix.

Caden Stuart pitched the first two innings. Stuart gave up a run on a hit and two free passes. Stuart struck out three batters. Will Earley pitched the last five innings to earn the win. Earley allowed one earned run, two hits and a walk, while whiffing six batters.

Redhawks Spoil Farewell Tour, 17 to 1

The Redhawks traveled to Blairsburg to take on Northeast Hamilton on Wednesday, July 8. It was the final high school baseball game to played on the field because NEH will merge with Webster City next school year. The Redhawks spoiled NEH's farewell tour by winning by the mercy rule in five innings. North Tama cranked out 13 hits in the conference game. Will Earley led the Hawks with three hits, driving in three runs and scoring twice. Cameron Hoeg and Joe Earley each had two hits, two runs and two RBI's. Caden Stuart scored three times, hit two base hits to knock in a run. Riley Rohach scored three times and hit a double to collect two RBI's. Cael Kopriva had a RBI single and scored twice. Brody Hulme added a double. Pinch hitter Hale Hulme hit his varsity base, which drove in a run.

Cameron Hoeg pitched four innings to get the win on the hill. Hoeg allowed a run on three hits, while striking out six batters. Joe Earley had his varsity debut as a pitcher. Earley faced four batters to retire the side.

Redhawks 14, Clarksville 3

The Redhawks headed to Clarksville for a 1:00PM matinee game on Thursday, July 9. It was a make up game from a rain out earlier in the season. North Tama won the game by the ten-run rule in five innings. The hitters slugged out 13 hits. Joe Earley hit two singles to lead the Hawks in RBI's with four. Cael Kopriva scored two runs, hit a single and a double to drive in two more. Brody Hulme hit a pair of singles and scored three runs. Caden Stuart had two base hits and scored two runs. Riley Rohach slapped a single, swiped three bases and scored two runs. Will Earley lined a single and collected two RBI's. Tristan Johanningmeier and Scott Morrison each added a single.

Caden Stuart pitched the four scoreless innings to get the win. Stuart gave up a hit and two walks, while striking out four batters. Joe Earley pitched the last inning giving up two earned runs. Earley allowed two free passes and a double.

North Tama 11 CAL 1

The Redhawks went from Clarksville to Alexander to play the CAL Cadets for the nightcap game at 5:00PM. North Tama won the match up 11 to 1 by the ten-run rule in six innings. The Redhawks did not get to swing the bat much taking advantage of eleven free passes. Cameron Hoeg was two for four at the plate with a double. Hoeg had three RBI's and scored two runs. Riley Rohach smacked a double and scored two runs. Brody Hulme scored two runs and knocked in a run on a single. Cade Sturt collected two RBI's on a walk and groundout.

Caden Stuart pitched four innings getting the win. Stuart allowed one run on two hits, striking out seven batters. Brody Hulme pitched an inning striking out two Cadets. Lance Zobel pitched the final inning giving up a single then the Hawks turned a 4-6-3 double play.

Redhawks 6, COLO-NESCO 3

The Redhawks traveled to Zearing for their final game of the regular season on Friday, June 10. North Tama won the ball game 6 to 3, to clinch a share of the Iowa Star Conference championship with Don Bosco. The Redhawks our riding a ten game winning streak into post-season play.

The Redhawk bats were quiet collecting just four hits but took advantage of 12 free passes to put six on the board. Riley Rohach, Caden Stuart and Will Earley each hit a single. Cael Kopriva added a double to drive in two runs in the first inning. Stuart and Brody Hulme each scored two runs.

Brody Hulme improved to 5-0 on the mound pitching the complete game. Hulme allowed three runs on six hits and a walk. Hulme struck out five batters.



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