WAVERLY - Araceli Angel posted two goals in South Tama County/East Marshall's three games at the Waverly-Shell Rock Tournament on Saturday.
Unfortunately for the Trojans, the end result was three losses. STC/EM (1-13) lost 5-1 to Mason City in the opener, 3-0 to Des Moines East and 6-1 to Decorah.
"The team played hard and continued to show improvement," said STC/EM coach Bob McBain. "I was very proud of the girls effort today. They never gave up and played hard in all three matches. This was a total team effort and were rewarded with some goals."
The two goals scored Saturday gives the squad three for the season. Kristian Lasley has the other one.
The Trojans, who have now lost 10 straight matches, next play Monday against PCM in Tama. The varsity kicks off at 4:30 p.m. STC/EM also hosts CAL on Thursday and then closes out the regular season against Union Community on May 27.
MCC to hold Open Basketball Workouts
Steve Garber, the Marshalltown Community College women's basketball coach, will be guiding an Open Basketball Skills Workout on the MCC campus later this month and into June.
The open workouts are open to any basketball player in grades 5-12. Players in grades 5-8 will practice Monday evenings from 6 to 8 p.m., while high school athletes and older will take the courts from 6 to 8 p.m. on Tuesday evenings.
The workouts for grades 5-8 will start May 19 and also take place on June 2, June 9 and June 16, while the high school and older athletes will be on the floor on May 20, May 27, June 3, June 10 and June 17.
Each athlete will pay $10 per session and the workouts will focus on fundamental passing, dribbling/ball handling, shooting, defense and offensive moves.
Bobcat Baseball Camp set for June 9-11
The Marshalltown Little League Complex will play host to the Bobcat Baseball Camp on June 9-11 for interested players between the ages of 5 years old and sixth grade.
The three-day camp will focus on throwing, defense and hitting, which runs from 9-11:30 a.m. each day. Cost is $20 per session or $50 for all three days.
Players are asked to furnish their own equipment, but extra gloves and bats will be on hand for those in need.
The Marshalltown High School baseball coaches and players will conduct the camp. Contact MHS head coach Steve Hanson at (641) 752-5218 for a camp brochure and registration forms.