SPORTS IN BRIEF: Wrestling camp in Fairfield, area baseball scores
Wrestling camp set for late July
Williams Training Academy will be holding a wrestling camp in Fairfield starting July 28.
This camp will emphasize skills such as chain wrestling, various scoring holds, and the nonstop offense that many competitors fear. This style of wrestling has only been demonstrated by a select few. Learn how to better execute your best moves and defeat your opponent.
The three day camp will run from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. July 28-30 at the Fairfield Armory. The camp costs $100 for those who pre-register, and $120 for those who register at the door on the first day. Campers will need to bring their own sack lunch.
For more information, call Shae McCabe at (641) 233-8829 or email him at email@example.com.
Panthers win over Louisa-Muscatine
The Pekin High School baseball team earned a huge doubleheader sweep Monday at Louisa-Muscatine (21-5).
A RBI single from Keaton Winn that drove in Kolby Allsup is all Pekin needed in a 1-0 victory in game one. There were just three total hits in the game.
Cade Millikin threw a complete game one-hitter, and allowed just one walk while striking out three. Millikin has started four games this season and has just a 1.17 ERA.
Winn was dominant on the mound and at the plate in Pekin’s 4-2 win in the second game. He threw a complete game, allowing just four hits, three walks, one earned run and struck out 10. At the plate, Winn went 2-4 with a double, two runs scored and two RBIs.
Allsup also went 2-4 with a double. Jaydan Nicholson drove in two runs.
The Panthers (17-4) are scheduled to play a make-up game Wednesday at Winfield-Mount Union.
Weather hinders Warrior, Comet baseball games
Both Van Buren and Cardinal had games suspended because of lightning Monday.
The Class 1A No. 3 Warriors were leading 6-3 when the games was called. The contest will not be completed.
Cardinal was losing to Davis County 6-2 after five innings when the game was called.
Cardinal will host Van Buren Wednesday in Eldon.