Ram softball team gets second win for the week

~ by Noah Rohlfing

The Rams are now on their second winning streak of the season after a 7-6 win against St. Edmond in Fort Dodge Thursday.

The Rams scored two runs in the first inning and were up 2-1 at the end of the frame. Both teams scored twice in the third inning for a 4-3 Ram lead. The Rams put of three runs in the sixth and led 7-3 going in the bottom of the seventh inning. The Gaels rallied in the seventh but came up short in their effort to claim a last inning victory. Continue reading Ram softball team gets second win for the week

Both Ram teams pick up wins in Saturday play

~by Noah Rohlfing

Greene County softball team traveled to State Center for the West Marshall tournament. The Rams won the first game but lost the remaining two games.

The first game saw Greene County win 10-4 against the Newton Cardinals, with Emma Hoyle picking up the win for the Rams. She gave up one earned run in six innings. giving up one earned run in six innings. She had two strikeouts and two walks. Continue reading Both Ram teams pick up wins in Saturday play

Tigers sweep Rams in baseball, softball

~by Noah Rohlfing

Friday was not a good day for the Greene County baseball and softball teams.

A tough matchup with the Gilbert Tigers finished with a sweep and two more losses for the baseball team.

An inability to score is what did the Rams in, only scoring in the seventh inning of each game, with just nine total hits. The Rams lost the first game 8-1 and the second game 2-1. Continue reading Tigers sweep Rams in baseball, softball

Ram softball team wins over G-R, baseball loses to Carroll

~by Noah Rohlfing

After eight straight losses to start the 2019 softball season, the Greene County Rams are on the board with a win.

A strong performance from starting pitcher eighth grader Emma Hoyle held Glidden-Ralston to three runs, while the Rams used seven hits and nine walks to score 11 straight runs after the first inning saw the score tied at 3-3. Continue reading Ram softball team wins over G-R, baseball loses to Carroll

GrCo baseball team splits two with R-S

~by Noah Rohlfing

The Rams ended a six-game losing streak Wednesday night in Story City, splitting a doubleheader with the Norsemen of Story City.

They broke the skid with an 11-3 win in the second game of the night, with senior Austin Delp pitching five innings and giving up two runs (one earned) to get the win. Nick Breon got two triples and Bryce Stadler had a two-run double to get the Rams’ offense going. Continue reading GrCo baseball team splits two with R-S

Rams come close to softball wins but don’t quite get there

~by Noah Rohlfing

The Greene County softball team came close to winning a pair of games but came up short to remain winless on the season.

The Rams came close to defeating the Jayettes of Perry, but the result was a 7-6 loss Tuesday night.

Emma Hoyle once again was the starter for the Rams, and she went 4 and 2/3 innings, giving up six runs (two of them earned) and striking out four batters. Jenna Beyers pitched the rest of the game in relief of Hoyle.

Greene County had 10 hits on the night, with three of those hits coming from Izzy Bravard. The Rams scored no earned runs.

The Jayettes had 11 hits on the night and capitalized on the Rams’ seven errors to take a 7-5 lead heading into the bottom of the seventh, where the Rams could only score one run.

The Rams led 5-0 through five innings but fell to Roland-Story Wednesday night by a score of 6-5, with Beyers taking the pitching loss after giving up four earned runs in relief of starter Emma Hoyle.

Greene County had eight hits, with Tieryn Tucker driving in a run and recording two singles, and Karissa Stephenson recording a double.

It was a six-run sixth put R-S in front and sent the Rams to 0-8 on the season.

Up next for the Rams is a trip to play Glidden-Ralston.