Again with a flair for the dramatic, Tyler Tassell captured the Carroll Municipal Men’s Golf Tournament championship for the second year in a row.
After finishing the season with a 9-10 overall record the Kuemper Catholic softball team received honors for three players from the Hawkeye 10 conference.
Strategy calls on both sides of the ball brought an end to one of the more promising seasons for Carroll in a number of years.
It was easy to tell a rally was coming. What wasn’t certain was from which team the hits were going to come from.
For Ryan Feauto, being able to play all 45 holes of the Carroll Men’s City Golf Tournament with the same Titleist V1 ball bearing the Dordt University logo was key to turning himself from a contender into a champion.
For 1,827 days Kuemper Catholic had controlled the high school baseball world in Carroll.
The game started out with shouts of joy and ended with players and fans alike chewing off their nails for Coon Rapids-Bayard fans on Friday night.
Despite an early lead in the opener and a fairly efficient offense overall, the Kuemper Catholic softball team couldn’t quite catch up to Creston Tuesday night in one of three Hawkeye 10 Conference games the Knights dropped this week.
The royal treatment never seems to slow once a champion reaches the top. A unique hobby that birthed a museum has enshrined one of Iowa’s latest Cinderella success.
There are a lot of situations that the Kuemper Catholic softball team will be met with this summer. No matter what situation awaits them next the Knights are a team that won’t be afraid to take each situation on without anything holding them back.
When the softball conference is home to the defending State champions, and has half of the teams appearing on the preseason polls it could be easy to pack things up before play even begins.