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Even though the baseball and softball teams are set to begin practicing June 1, Lancer summer sports camps are on hold until at least July 1. In addition, the Lancer Athletic Building will be closed for strength training until at least that time. more
The collective sigh of relief that reverberated across Lancer Nation Wednesday morning quickly turned into shouts of joy as Governor Kim Reynolds gave the green light to “play ball” in terms of high school baseball and softball this summer. 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
The North Scott diamonds continue to sit in solitude. more
The high school football season is still a little more than three months away, but with spring sports canceled and the baseball and softball seasons on hold, everybody is hoping that things will be back to normal by the time the football season kicks off in August. more
The North Scott Soccer Club was looking forward to using the new fields provided by the city of Eldridge this spring, but now that will have to wait until fall. more
For the first time in 45 years, young girls from across rural Scott County won’t be taking to the softball diamonds in games sponsored by the Southern Wapsi Girls’ Softball League this summer, while boys involved in North Scott Little League are holding out hope they may still have a season. more
Abbi Lafrenz was primed for a stellar senior year. A perennial performer at the state cross-country and track meets, her senior swan song was to be like none other. more
North Scott student-athletes not only excelled on the playing fields, but also in the classroom. more
North Scott’s bowling teams may have fallen short in their quests for state tournament berths, but the Lancers still captured their fair share of postseason honors. 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
Based on overwhelming support received during public meetings in March, Iowa DNR is extending current length limits in Mississippi River Pools 12-20 to now include the entire Mississippi River in Iowa. This change will reflect regulation changes in Minnesota and Wisconsin waters of Pools 9-12. The entire Iowa/Wisconsin and Iowa/Illinois Mississippi River boundary waters will now have uniform walleye regulations posted at access areas: more
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