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Stuart throws second no-hitter

July 3, 2015
Dan Kopriva - Head Coach , Traer Star-Clipper

Stuart Throws a No-No

On June 22, Caden Stuart threw his second no hitter of the year beating Clarksville 9-0. The Redhawks moved up in the rankings to 14th. Stuart improved his record to 3-2, with 3 saves. Stuart walked four and struck out ten batters. Riley Rohach made a nice catch on a shallow blooper to center field. Will Earley made a great play on a slow roller throwing a strike to his twin brother at first base. Cameron Hoeg made several assists from the shortstop position. The Redhawks did not make an error in the ballgame.

The Hawks banged out seven hits, but did not score till the third inning. Riley Rohach reached base safely four times in as many plate appearances. Rohach walked twice and hit two singles and swiped three bases. Rohach is 19 for 19 in stolen bases this season, which leads the team. Senior Tristan Johanningmeier played in the game after being out several games, due to getting hit in the face with a ball. Johanningmeier was one-for-one in stolen bases. Cameron Hoeg hit a single and a double and drove in two runs. Hoeg scored twice. Joe Earley and Brody Hulme each hit a single to knock in a run. Cael Kopriva added a base hit.

Redhawks fall to Don Bosco

On June 23, the Redhawks fall to second place in the Iowa Star conference with a 10-0 loss to eighth ranked Don Bosco. The Redhawks defense fell apart against a tough-hitting line up, giving up five unearned runs. The Dons lead the state with a .419 batting average. Cameron Hoeg took the loss pitching 4 1/3 innings. Hoeg allowed five earned runs on six hits, seven walks and four strikeouts. The Hawks sent just 17 batters to the plate and managed three line drive singles. Cael Kopriva was two for two at the plate. Caden Stuart added a single. Scott Morrison returned to the Redhawks, playing in his first game of the season. Brody Hulme is 100 percent healthy after missing a few pitching starts with tendonitis in his shoulder. The Redhawks for the first time all season are healthy and have their full line up together.

Redhawks 7 Janesville 3

June 26th, North Tama took advantage of Janesville's poor defense, scoring four runs in the first inning. That was all the Redhawks pitching staff needed. Pitcher Caden Stuart started the game and earned the win, throwing 6 1/3 innings. It appeared Stuart was on his way to his third no hitter of the year, but Janesville broke up the no hitter in the 4th inning. Stuart pitched 10 innings in a row without giving up a hit. Stuart gave up two hits and walked six batters, while striking out eleven. Janesville scored two runs in the seventh and had the bases loaded before Cameron Hoeg put out the flame earning a save on the hill. The Redhawks committed one error in the ball game.

North Tama had six base hits in the contest and reached base five times on errors. Team leader Brody Hulme scored a run, hit a single, and a double knocking in a run. Cameron Hoeg was two for four at the dish. Hoeg scored a run and had an RBI. Will Earley hit a single to drive in a run. Cael Kopriva scored a run and knocked in a run on a single. Riley Rohach stole two bases and scored a run. The Redhawks are 11-3 overall and 10-1 in Conference play.

Upcoming games

The Redhawks will be in town on Tuesday, July 7 with one varsity game at 7:00 p.m. against Grundy Center.

On Friday, July 3rd the Redhawks will travel to Dunkerton, with varsity playing at 5:00 p.m., and JV to follow.

Monday, July 6th the Redhawks will head to Clarksville for a 2:00 p.m. varsity game, followed by JV.

NE Hamilton (Blairsburg) will host the Redhawks on Wednesday, July 8 for a 5:00 p.m. varsity game, with JV to follow.

Thursday, July 9th, the Redhawks travel to CAL (in Alexander) for a 5:00 varsity game, followed by JV.

 
 

 

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