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Spencer shutout: Neighboring programs Tigers, Rebels battle on Senior Night

SPENCER — The Spencer Tiger baseball team will travel to Storm Lake Friday to face the 19-8 Tornadoes in the first round of 3A Substate play beginning at 7 p.m., after wrapping up regular season play on the road at Humboldt Tuesday night (after press time). Thursday, Spencer hosted their neighbors to the south, Sioux Central, collecting a 10-0 senior night win to close out the home season.

Rebels top Falcons to advance to 2nd round in region

IRETON — Sioux Central improved to 18-13 with a first round regional victory over the West Sioux Falcons, 11-5, on the road, the Rebels will now take on the Hinton Blackhawks, Wednesday at 7 p.m. at Hinton High School. The winner will face the winner of Ridge View and Alta-Aurelia, Friday, at 7 p.m.

One wild night: Tigers explode for 25 against Indians

The Tigers had three games on the week, including a pair of Lakes Conference matchups with Western Christian and Spirit Lake. Spencer would also take on MOC-Floyd Valley in the middle of the conference contests. The boys would sweep both conference opponents, but dropped a heartbreaker to the 23-2 Dutch, earning a season split.

 

WESTERN CHRISTIAN 0, SPENCER 8

Tigers claim 2nd in Lakes race

The Spencer Tigers wrapped up second place in the Lakes Conference after an undefeated week, besting Western Christian, Sioux City North and Spirit Lake, to finish their conference schedule at 7-2 and improving to 22-7 overall. The girls will host Sergeant Bluff-Luton, Tuesday, at 6:45 p.m., to wrap up the regular season.

 

WESTERN CHRISTIAN 1, SPENCER 7

Rebels edge Warriors, blow out Wolverines

Sioux Central improved to 16-12 (8-3) on the season, winning two games against Alta-Aurelia and South O’Brien. The Rebels finished third in the Twin Lakes Conference, behind Newell-Fonda and Graettinger-Terril/Ruthven-Ayrshire. Sioux Central will play in the first round of the 2A Regional Tournament Friday against West Sioux at Ireton City Park. First pitch is projected to be at 7 p.m.

 

ALTA-AURELIA 7, SIOUX CENTRAL 8

Rebels defeat Royals 6-3

PETERSON — The Sioux Central Rebels hosted Marcus-Meriden-Cleghorn/Remsen-Union, Tuesday, defeating the Royals and improving to 14-7 (7-3).

Sioux Central got off to a hot start with three runs in the first inning. The Rebels added runs in the second, third, fifth and sixth innings for the 6-3 win.

The Royals would produce all three of thier runs in the final inning.

Three Rebels had multiple hits from Gibson Olson, Jacob Hargens and Ethan Johnson.

Race Results: The Midwest Madness Tour presented by Perez Roofing

Monday, June 24 — Clay County Fair Speedway

 

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Tigers win 3 of 4 in Spencer Tourney

SPENCER — Adding three wins, brings Spencer to 19-7 (5-2) on the season, the girls are currently sitting in third place in the Lakes Conference behind Estherville and Spirit Lake. The girls will get the chance to play the Indians on Wednesday at Spirit Lake High School at 7 p.m.

The Spencer softball tournament took place over the weekend, the Tigers would play two games Friday followed by two more Saturday.

 

SPENCER 8, SHELDON 4

Tigers win Carroll Kuemper To

CARROLL — The Tigers improved to 12-7 (2-6) after the tournament win, the boys host MOC-Floyd Valley (22-2) Tuesday at Spencer High School at 7 p.m. before traveling north to Spirit Lake High School on Wednesday at 5:30 p.m.

 

RIDGEVIEW 0, SPENCER 11

No. 2 Mustangs shut Rebels out

PETERSON — Sioux Central dropped to 14-12 (5-3) on the season after splitting a pair of weekend games at the Okoboji Tournament. Tourney actions followed a shutout loss at the hands of second-ranked Newell-Fonda. The Rebels host South O’Brien at 5:30 p.m. Tuesday at Peterson Brooke Memorial Field, and host Storm Lake St. Mary’s Wednesday, at 7 p.m.

 

NEWELL-FONDA 11, SIOUX CENTRAL 0

Rebels split pair to end week

The Rebels are 13-7 (7-3) after the week, currently in a four-way tie for second place in the Twin Lakes Conference behind leader Alta-Aurelia. Emmetsburg, Newell-Fonda, Pocahontas Area and the Rebels are fighting for that second spot. The boys will host Marcus-Meridan-Cleghorn/Remsen-Union Tuesday, at 5:30 p.m.; before heading to Kingsley-Pierson on Wednesday, at 7:30 p.m., to face the Panthers.

 

NEWELL-FONDA 2, SIOUX CENTRAL 4

Miller 3-Peats

SPENCER — Monday, Spencer Golf and Country Club hosted the seventh annual Northwest Iowa Junior Golf Championship. The boys varsity division featured one of Spencer’s top high school golfers, Kaden Miller, who took top honors for a third straight year. Miller’s 74, 2-over par, would best those in the field.

“I played well the whole round I shot a 37 on the front and a 37 on the back,” Miller said. “I had one bad hole on 15 where I took a double bogey.

Tigers remain game out of Lakes lead

Spencer went 1-1 in Lakes Conference competition this week ahead of the team’s home tournament Friday and Saturday. The Tigers fell to league leader Estherville Monday on the road before returning home Wednesday to rout a young Cherokee squad, ending the game early with no outs in the bottom of the third inning.

 

ESTHERVILLE 5, SPENCER 3

Tough matchups: Tigers drop pair to Lakes top teams

Spencer would fall to 11-7 (2-6) on the season, after dropping a pair to two of the Lakes Conference heirarchy. They are currently fourth in the conference standings behind Estherville, Storm Lake and Cherokee. Spencer will travel to Carroll Kuemper Saturday for tournament action beginning at noon against the Ridge View Raptors.

 

ESTHERVILLE 10, SPENCER 6

Rebels take care of Twin Lakes foe Raiders

SIOUX CENTRAL — Sioux Central improved to 12-10 (4-2) with the two victories this week. The Rebels will travel to Okoboji to face the Pioneers, Saturday, at the Okoboji Softball Tournament, starting at 10 a.m.

 

SIOUX CENTRAL 7, EAST SAC COUNTY 4

The Boys are back in Town

SPENCER — Friday was a special evening for baseball in Spencer. Not only was conference rival Storm Lake Tornadoes in town, but it was also the 25th anniversary celebration of the 1997 Tiger State Championship baseball team.

Pitcher Chad Susie, catcher Chad Huckfelt and teammates Brad Hartzell, Matt Stevenson, Craig Bussel, Luke Jorgenson, Clayton Christensen, Brent Meyer, Zach Neppel and Bryan Lawson were all in attendance to celebrate their accomplishment.

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