TigerHawk SB wins 6 of 7

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The 2014 North Fayette Valley softball team features a combination of veterans and youthful talent that looks to make it three straight UIC titles. The first TigerHawk softball team is comprised of (front, l-r) head coach Bob Lape, Hanna Moser, Val Butikofer, Makayla Kaeppel, Kim Rounds, Kaylee Jones, Megan Gavin, Paige Gibson, Jade Daughton, Alisha McTaggart, Regan Wolverton, and assistant coach LeVirgil Monroe; (back) Madi Boehm, Brea Hanson, Mariah O'Hare, Josie Baker, Allison Pleggenkuhle, Marrah Burrack, Tatum Kahler, Bayley Monroe, and Madison Monroe, Not pictured: assistant coach Justin Heins. (Jerry Wadian photo)


TigerHawk SB wins 6 of 7



By Jerry Wadian
Sports Editor



North Fayette Valley softball made the most of a busy week, winning six of the seven games it played.

The TigerHawks started the week with a sweep of Turkey Valley, 3-1, in eight innings and 1-0 Monday, June 2, in Jackson Junction.

Thursday, NFV hosted Central/Elkader, sweeping the Warriors, 11-2 and 7-3.

Over the weekend, the TigerHawks hosted the annual North Fayette Valley Softball Tournament. In the tourney, they won both games Friday. First, they dispatched Oelwein, 10-0, then shut out Union (LPC), 4-0. Saturday, NFV lost to a veteran Waverly-Shell Rock squad, 8-1, and the final game against AGWSR was rained out.

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