Oskaloosa Baseball Looks to Keep Up Strong Start

On the baseball side, Head Coach Clint Gingerich and his baseball the team are 5-0 after getting off to a late start to the season. The team is not yet ranked but has played well so far this year. The Indians have outscored their opponents 37-11 so far, and that includes a couple of nice wins over Pella Christian at home last week. The boys will look to keep the hot start going today as they face Grinnell in a single varsity game at home.

Grinnell is 2-3 so far this year, with all three of their losses coming to ranked conference opponents. We will have that game for you on the Mahaska Zone Network tonight, with the pregame starting around 7:15 for the 7:30 first pitch on 99.5 FM and AM 740 KMZN and on kboeradio.com.

In other area baseball games, Albia is hosting Chariton for a doubleheader, Sigourney is at BGM, Clarke is at Centerville for two games, Cardinal is at Danville, Knoxville has a double dip at Eddyville-Blakesburg-Fremont, Fairfield is at Fort Madison for two games, Washington is at Keokuk for two games, Tri-County is at Keota, Lynnville-Sully is entertaining North Mahaska, Newton is hosting Dallas Center-Grimes, Ottumwa is hosting Des Moines Lincoln for a pair of games, PCM is entertaining Saydel, Pekin is at home against Louisa-Muscatine, Pella is playing host to Pella Christian, and Montezuma is at Pleasantville.

Photo Provided By Bob Ballard


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