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Grundy Teams Beat Tri-County

The Grundy R-5 High School softball and baseball teams played host to Tri-County in Newtown on Wednesday night. Both the Lady Panthers and Panthers picked up wins as the Grundy girls won 13-3 and the Grundy boys won 25-0.
In the softball game, Hannah Garcia was two-for-three with two doubles and three RBIs and Kendra Johnson went three-for-three with an RBI and two steals. Aubrey Gann finished one-for-three, driving in

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Grundy Teams Fall

The Grundy R-5 High School baseball and softball teams each suffered losses late last week as the softball team fell 12-2 at Linn County on Thursday and the baseball team lost 18-2 at Green City on Friday.
In the softball contest, Emma Novak led the Lady Panthers, going two-for-three with two RBIs. Grundy pitchers issued 13 walks in the loss and struck out six.
“We gave up too many walks,

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Grundy R-5 Drops 15-5 Contest

The Grundy R-5 High School baseball team suffered a 15-5 loss in six innings on the road against Linn County on Thursday night.
Grundy was paced by Ben Busick who had two hits and an RBI for the Panthers. Lane Kenley and Bryson Gann each added two hits of their own and both also drove in a run for the Panthers. Austin Eckert had a multi-hit night for Grundy as

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Grundy Splits Contests With East Harrison

The Grundy R-5 High School softball and baseball teams were at home in Galt on Tuesday night, playing host to the East Harrison Bobcats. Grundy took the softball contest 11-3, but couldn’t follow suit in the ensuing baseball game, falling 12-2.
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The Grundy girls allowed a run in the top half of each of the first two frames, but responded both times. Grundy plated three in the first and

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Grundy Teams Pick Up Split

The Grundy R-5 High School softball and baseball teams played host to Brashear on Tuesday night in Newtown. Grundy walked off winners in the softball game, topping the visitors 4-3, but dropped the baseball contest afterward, 14-9.
With the softball game tied at 3-3 in the bottom of the seventh inning, Zoe Littleton drove a single that scored Emma Baxter, giving the Lady Panthers (1-0) the victory. Emily Otto and

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Baseball Players Moving On

Several North Central Missouri College baseball players have signed on with four-year institutions to continue their playing careers.
Those signing with four-year schools included: Landon Figg, Northwest Missouri State University; Gordon Arthaud, William Jewell University; Jared Corbett, Harris-Stowe State University; Cameron Dean, Rockhurst University; Anferney Hoeve, Missouri Baptist University; Smith Kemper, Dakota State University; Cedeon Langguth, Missouri Valley College; Maverich Lourens, Missouri Valley College; Rubiangelo Mingeli, Harris-Stowe State University; and

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Harrison County Jr. All-Stars Representing Missouri

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The Harrison County Junior All-Stars captured first place in the Little League District 1 Tournament in Carrollton, going 3-0, and followed that up with a 2-0 record to win the Little League State Tournament in Jefferson City. The squad will now represent the state of Missouri in the Little League Central Region Tournament to be held in Fort Wayne, IN on Aug. 6-11. That tournament will consist of

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Blue Jays Third At Zone Tournament

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The Trenton Blue Jays AAA American Legion baseball team finished third overall at the zone tournament, held over the weekend at Trenton’s Burleigh Grimes Field. The ’Jays went 2-2 at the tournament and capped their season with a 22-10 overall record. Trenton’s third-place finish matches the best finish at the zone tournament for the program, joining the 1978 and 1979 teams, which also finished third. Members of the

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Washington Wins Zone Tournament

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The Washington American Legion baseball team won the zone tournament held in Trenton over the weekend, going 3-1 in the tournament. The squad defeated Jefferson City in the championship game, winning 12-5. Washington entered the tournament as the top seed, boasting a 26-4 record on the season.

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