The Burlington Bees lost their 7th straight game last(Sat) night, 1-0, to the Clinton Lumber Kings.
They’ll play again today(Sun) at 2 o’clock and you can listen to the game on KBUR, beginning with the pre-game show at 1:40 pm. 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.
You can hear all the games on KBUR. Continue Reading
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
The Burlington Bees are back home. They’ll begin a 3-game series at Community Field tonight against the Great Lakes Loons. You can hear all the action on KBUR, starting with Michael Broskowski’s pre-game show at 6:10.
In high school baseball…
Lone Tree eliminated Notre Dame, by winning the Class 1A Substate-5 title game 2-1 in Washington(IA) last night. The Nikes end their season with a record of 17-10. In 2A play, Iowa City Regina ended Louisa-Muscatine’s season with an 11-1, 6-inning victory at the substate final in Solon. Continue Reading
Defending champion Bondurant-Farrar rolled to a 9-4 victory over West Burlington/Notre Dame in a class 3A quarterfinal round game. Coach Roger Roland’s team started quickly by scoring seven runs in the first inning. West Burlington/Notre Dame coach David Oleson says he was proud of the way his team battled back… It was too big of a hill for the Falcons to climb out of as they fall to 23-13. Continue Reading
Southeastern Community College has had to suspend their 2014-2015 volleyball season for now. According to a press release from the school, they are still in the process of securing a suitable head volleyball coach. Head coach Gary Anderson left SCC in February to coach at Iowa Central Community College. Since then, the college has had two rounds of interviews and the applicants didn’t’ meet college expectations. The Blackhawks currently have three student-athletes on it’s official roster. Continue Reading