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No one has any interest in making excuses, and nobody is even close to pushing the panic button. more
While spring sports coaches are keeping their fingers crossed that their postponed seasons will still get under way, softball and baseball coaches learned last week that their seasons have also been delayed. more
On a night when a MAC sweep was in their hands, North Scott’s boys let one get away Monday night when Davenport Central came back to score five runs in the eighth inning to claim a 7-4 win in the nightcap. more
It was a good news, bad news week for North Scott. more
Bad weather has wreaked havoc with the spring high school sports seasons, and why would you expect anything different once the summer campaigns roll around. more
It's amazing what a little sunshine and no school will do for you, and North Scott was able to take advantage of both Monday night as the Lancers got back on the winning track with a 13-2, 6-4 doubleheader sweep at Clinton. more
After a Mississippi Athletic Conference doubleheader sweep of Muscatine on Monday (July 8) and hopes of reaching the .500 mark, North Scott finished the week with three straight losses, including a 3-2, 10-inning gut-wrencher against Davenport West on Thursday. more
The 12-18 record is far from impressive, and a long toss away from everybody’s preseason expectations. more
Chase Moseley is back, and just in the nick of time. Finally, all seems right in Lancer world. more
For the second straight year North Scott junior Grayson Drezek has earned first-team all-Mississippi Athletic Conference honors, and this year he’s joined by fellow junior Jake Matthaidess and senior Chase Moseley. more
The North Scott diamonds continue to sit in solitude. more
Preliminary schedules have been designed for shortened baseball and softball seasons, but North Scott activities director Jason Schroeder said there are a lot of decisions to be made before players could ever take the field. more
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