Nashua-Plainfield baseball

Nashua-Plainfield second baseman Kristian Holmvig celebrates after Austin Bienemann applies the tag on a would-be Rockford base stealer during last week’s game against Rockford.
All of a sudden, the Nashua-Plainfield team has heated up. The Huskies won three of four games in the past week — beating Rockford 7-6, pounding Lake Mills 12-6, falling to Hampton-Dumont 6-5 and routing Tripoli 10-0 — and their timing couldn’t be better. “We’re red hot right now, and with the...
Nashua-Plainifeld’s Shane Hillesheim slides into home and scores on a passed ball in a game played earlier this season.
Nashua-Plainfield senior Mason Hyde laughed at the question: If God came down and said, one or the other — hitting or pitching — what would he do? “Well, first I hope God doesn’t make me make that choice,” he answered. So, too, does his coach, Levi Miller. “It’s been so good having him back on the...
Nashua-Plainfield centerfielder Levi Enright gets ready to make a catch on a fly ball in a game played earlier this season.
Levi Miller isn’t going to lie, he was a bundle of nerves as his Nashua-Plainfield baseball team clung to a 4-3 lead last Wednesday against Forest City. “I’d like to say I was calm and collected,” he said, “but that wouldn’t exactly be the truth. OK, that wouldn’t even be close to the truth.” But...
Nashua-Plainfield second baseman Kristian Holmvig tries to turn a double play in a game against Turkey Valley played earlier this season.
For Mason Hyde, the equation goes something like this: Two games = two dominating performances. The Nashua-Plainfield senior tossed a three-hitter that included 13 strikeouts and just one walk to lead the Huskies to a 4-0 victory over Eagle Grove last Tuesday. And he left is coach searching for the...
Nashua-Plainfield’s Levi Enright delivers a pitch during a game against Northwood-Kensett played earlier this season.
It’s not like Levi Miller didn’t come into the baseball season with his eyes wide open; after all, injuries and other issues left the Nashua-Plainfield baseball team playing with less than a full deck.So while the second-year coach despises being 0-15, he hasn’t come close to giving up on his team...
Nashua-Plainfield’s Kristian Holmvig shows the umpire he held onto the ball after tagging out a would-be Northwood-Kensett base stealer in last Wednesday’s game played at Nashua.
Nashua-Plainfield’s baseball team deserved a better fate than it was handed last Wednesday night, but even though it sounds like a broken record, the still-winless Huskies are making progress.The Huskies fell 6-5 to Northwood-Kensett on that night, then played  two games over the next two nights...
Nashua-Plainfield leftfielder Dylan Downing makes the tag on a St. Ansgar runner caught in a rundown during a Top of Iowa Conference East Division game played last week.
Levi Miller doesn’t like losing, doesn’t like it one bit.So 0-7 gnaws at him, but he also knows his Nashua-Plainfield baseball team is working the 2017 season with a short deck.A year after taking Class 1A powerhouse Don Bosco to the brink of elimination in the district tournament, the Huskies...
Nashua-Plainfield senior Jason Fisher was named first-team all-conference by Top of Iowa East Division coaches.
The Nashua-Plainfield baseball team placed four players on the first-ever All-Top of Iowa East Division all-conference teams.Seniors Jason Fisher and Devin Koob were named to the first team, sophomore Mason Hyde was a second-team selection and sophomore Braydon Fisher was named honorable mention....
Nashua-Plainfield senior Jason Fisher throws out a would-be basestealer in the Huskies’ Class 1A district game against Don Bosco earlier this month.
Nashua-Plainfield’s baseball team, coming off one of its best seasons in years, reaped some awards Monday when three Huskies were named to the Iowa High School Baseball Coaches Association’s Class 1A all-Northeast Iowa district teams.Senior catcher Jason Fisher was named to the first team as a...
Nashua-Plainfield’s Dylan Downing scores the tying run in the fifth inning as Don Bosco catcher Cade Schares can’t come up with the ball during a Class 1A district semifinal game that was played last Thursday.
As the members of the Nashua-Plainfield baseball team slowly way made their way to their parents, family and friends, suddenly the dozens of fans erupted.They cheered, they clapped and they hooted for their Huskies last Thursday night.Yes, Nashua-Plainfield had lost. Yes, the Huskies’ season had...

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