In high school sports action this afternoon,
For the Webster City Lynx golf teams it will be a pair of matches against St. Edmonds and Clarion Goldfield Dows. The girls triangular will be played at Webster City Links Golf Course while the boys meet will take place at Lakeside Country Club in Fort Dodge.
The Lynx girls tennis team will attempt to gain its first victory of the season after starting out 0 and 2 when they head to Iowa Falls-Alden.
Both the Lynx boys and girls track teams will head to Boone High School for the Boone Classic. Everyone that is, except for Senior Cassidy Nerland who will take part in the discus competition at the Drake Relays at 4:30PM Thursday afternoon.
The Lynx girls soccer team will look for its first victory after starting the season out 0 and 2. Thursday Webster City will visit 0 and 5 CAL-Latimer.
And finally the Webster City Lynx boys soccer team will look to make it 6 wins in a row when they host a tough North Polk team at Lynx Stadium. The Lynx have rattled off 5 straight to move to 5 and 2 outscoring their opponents 14 to 2 during the winning streak. Head coach Craig Signorin stated the 2 goals against for 1st year Goalkeeper Carsen Johnson is great but the defense deserves some credit as well.
Signorin also talked about how this team has really bonded well and it shows in their play.
The Comets enter the game with a 2 and 0 record.
For the South Hamilton Hawks, the boys golf team will take part in its 5th meet in the last 9 days when they host Belmond-Klemme and Lake Mills at Jewell Golf and Country Club.
The Hawks girls golf team will get their 3rd meet of the season in when they head to Gateway Recreation Golf Course in Monroe for a meet hosted by PCM.
And finally for South Hamilton, the Hawks boys track team will head to Roland-Story for a ten team meet. Also headed to Story City for that boys track and field meet will be the Clarion Goldfield Dows Cowboys.
And wrapping the spring high school sports up, the Eagle Grove Eagles boys and girls golf teams both headed to Spring Valley Golf Course in Livermore for tri-meets with Bishop Garrigan and Forest City.
In College sports action from yesterday, the Iowa Hawkeyes baseball team moved to 24 and 13 this season with a victory over Wisconsin-Milwaukee. The Hawks won comfortably 12 to 4 in Iowa City and will host the Michigan Wolverines over the weekend for a 3-game Big Ten set.
The Iowa Hawkeyes softball team lost their 9th straight game Wednesday when they visited Ames to fall to 19 and 26 this season. Their opponent yesterday, the Iowa State Cyclones softballers, on the other hand, won their 4th game in their last 5 contests with the 4-2 victory. As a result, the Cyclones improve to 22 and 25 ahead of a weekend home series against Baylor beginning tomorrow. The Hawkeyes softball team will visit Northwestern this weekend.