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Wolves fall to Blackhawks in baseball battle

 

Harris-Lake Park’s baseball team fought hard but, ultimately, dropped a War Eagle Conference road game to Hinton on Friday, June 14. The Blackhawks bested the Wolves 3-1 in Hinton.

Wolves extend losing streak to nine games

 

Harris-Lake Park’s softball team extended its current losing streak to nine games with a lopsided loss to Hinton on Friday, June 14. The Blackhawks bashed the Wolves 13-3 in Hinton.

Brooke Nicks took the loss. The senior allowed 13 runs (two earned) on four hits, three walks and a hit batter while striking out two in 4.1 innings.

Harris-Lake Park scored three runs on five hits.

Spirit Lake softball suffers loss to Wolfpack

 

Spirit Lake’s softball team suffered a nonconference road loss to a one-win Western Christian team on Thursday, June 13. The Wolfpack defeated the Indians 10-8 in Hull.

Okoboji baseball drops barnburner to Warriors

 

Okoboji and North Union combined to score 33 runs in a nonconference baseball barnburner on Thursday, June 13. The Warriors defeated the Pioneers 18-15 in Bancroft.

Wolves softball drops home game to rival Titans

Harris-Lake Park’s softball team suffered a nonconference home loss to rival GT/RA on Wednesday, June 12. The Titans topped the Wolves 10-7 in Lake Park.

“It was a good game,” Harris-Lake Park coach Randy Nicks said. “Proud of the girls and how well they played and not giving up. They played with a lot of energy. We had a couple of errors, which could've been the difference, but overall they played great defense and we got the bats going.”

Indians drop road game to rival Tigers

 

Spirit Lake’s baseball team suffered a shutout loss to Lakes Conference rival Spencer on Wednesday, June 12. The Tigers topped the Indians 6-0 in Spencer.

Spirit Lake softball tops rival Tigers in extras

 

Spirit Lake’s softball team earned a Lakes Conference road win over rival Spencer on Wednesday, June 12. The Indians topped the Tigers 6-4 in extra innings.

Pioneers fall to Warriors in baseball road trip

 

Okoboji’s baseball team suffered a lopsided loss to Siouxland Conference rival Sioux Center on Tuesday, June 11. The Warriors whooped the Pioneers 11-0 in Sioux Center.

Sioux Center scored a run in the opening frame to take an early lead before breaking the game open by scoring 10 runs in the fourth.

Okoboji softball suffers 10-run loss to Warriors

 

Okoboji’s softball team suffered a 10-run loss to Siouxland Conference rival Sioux Center on Tuesday, June 11. The Warriors pounded the Pioneers 12-2 in Sioux Center.

Pioneers fall to Indians in nonconference baseball battle

 

Okoboji’s baseball team suffered a one-run loss to Pocahontas Area on Tuesday, June 11. The Pioneers fell 5-4 to the Indians in Pocahontas.

Spirit Lake baseball falls to rival Midgets

 

Spirit Lake’s baseball team suffered a Lakes Conference loss to seventh-ranked (2A) Estherville Lincoln Central on Monday, June 10. The Midgets defeated the Indians 6-2 in Spirit Lake.

Indians fall to No. 5 Estherville Lincoln Central

 

Spirit Lake’s softball team dropped a home game to fifth-ranked (3A) Estherville Lincoln Central on Monday, June 10. The Indians fell 10-0 to their rival Midgets in Spirit Lake.

ELC scored seven runs in the opening frame and ended the night early with three runs in the top of the fourth.

Wolves baseball falls to top-ranked Westerners

 

Harris-Lake Park’s baseball team dropped a home game to No. 1 (1A) Akron-Westfield on Monday, June 10. The Westerners defeated the Wolves 4-1 in Lake Park.

After four scoreless innings, Akron-Westfield struck first with three runs in the top of the fifth. The Westerners tacked on an additional run in the sixth to take a 4-0 lead. The Wolves’ lone run came in the bottom of the seventh.

Wolves fall to Westerners in softball showdown

 

Harris-Lake Park’s softball team suffered a lopsided loss to Akron-Westfield on Monday, June 10. The Westerners whooped the Wolves 13-0 in Lake Park.

After two scoreless innings, Akron-Westfield scored five runs in the third and eight runs in the fourth while keeping Harris-Lake Park off of the scoreboard to end the night early.

Hunter Wendt wins Classic Bass Champions Tour qualifier

 

Once again, the Okoboji chain of lakes did not disappoint, as 64 teams on the Classic Bass Champions Tour from Indiana, Iowa, South Dakota, Minnesota and Wisconsin got to experience bass fishing at its best last Tuesday, June 11. Anglers were blessed with a mostly sunny day, a westerly wind and low humidity.

Try trolling faster

 

Fish are cold-blooded. Water temperature effects how they go about their lives. When the water is cold, the fish prefer a slow moving bait. Their metabolism is slower in cold water, so they don’t move as fast.

When water temperatures warm up, like they do in the summer, fish will move around more, and they’ll also be willing to chase down a faster moving bait.

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