The Burlington Bees finished one game and then played another, last night, in Davenport.
They beat the Quad Cities River Bandits 7-3 in the completion of Monday night’s contest, that was suspended after five innings by rain…..and they lost last night’s regular game at Modern Woodmen Park, 4-0.
The Bees and Bandits wrap up their series tonight on the Davenport riverfront and you can hear all the action on KBUR, beginning at 6:40, with Michael Broskowski. Continue Reading
The Burlington Bees-Quad Cities River Bandits game last night in Davenport was suspended after five innings due to the rain. The score at the time was 3-3 and the game will resume today at 5:30 at Modern Woodmen Park, with the regularly-scheduled game to follow.
The Burlington Bees lost their 8th straight game yesterday, a 1-0 defeat at the hands of the Clinton Lumber Kings.
Burlington is now 19-23 in the second half of the season and 57-54 overall. Tonight, the Bees play the Quad Cities River Bandits at Modern Woodmen Park in Davenport and you can hear the action on KBUR, beginning at 6:40. Continue Reading
The Burlington Bees lost their 6th straight game last(Fri) night, 11-3, to the Clinton Lumber Kings…after a 1-hour-and-10-minute rain delay at Community Field. They’ll play again tonight at 6:30 and you can hear all the action, beginning with Michael Broskowski’s pre-game show, at 6:10. Continue Reading
The Burlington Bees lost again last night on the road to the Cedar Rapids Kernels. Burlington could manage only four hits, on its way to a 6-1 defeat. The Bees will be back in the friendly confines of Community Field tonight, as they begin a 3-game homestand against the Clinton Lumber Kings. Air-time on KBUR is 6:10.
14 local high school softball players have been named “All-Staters,” by the Iowa Girls Coaches Association. Those who made the first teams in their classes are Riley Hale of West Burlington-Notre Dame…Morgan Christner of New London…and Taylor Lemon of Keokuk.
Named to second teams were Courtney Coffin of WB-ND…Leslie Taylor of Mt. Continue Reading
The Burlington Bees lost to the Cedar Rapids Kernels 3-2 in 11 innings last night.
The Bees are now 57-50 for the year, 19-19 for the second half…while the Kernels up their full-season record to 54-55, 22-16 for this half. They’ll wrap up their series in Cedar Rapids tonight, before Burlington returns to Community Field for a Friday-Saturday-Sunday homestand against the Clinton Lumber Kings.
The Burlington Bees edged the Great Lakes Loons 3-2 last night, to break the Loons’ 5-game winning streak. The Bees are now 55-46 on the year and 17-15 in the second half. The two teams will play again tonight at Community Field and you can hear the game on KBUR, beginning at 6:10.
In girls softball…
Burlington’s 9-10 Little League All-Star team won the state championship last night, with a 9-2 victory over Central Iowa in Des Moines. The Burlington squad finished 8-0 in postseason play, outscoring its opponents 86 to 4 in the process. Continue Reading
The Burlington Bees were shut out by the Great Lakes Loons 1-nothing last night at Community Field. The two teams will go at it again tonight and you can hear the game on KBUR, beginning with the pre-game show at 6:10.
In high school baseball…
Iowa City West scored 8 runs in the first inning, on its way to a 14-4, five-inning win over the Burlington Grayhounds. It was the title game of the 4A substate competition, so Burlington ends its season with a record of 22-16.
At the girls state softball tournament…
The Lady Falcons of West Burlington-Notre Dame lost to Spirit Lake 3-2 yesterdaty and finished 8th in Class 3A. Continue Reading
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