#12 Trevan Reiter, #14 Braden Powers, #6 Cale Neuendorf, #11 Bryce Phelps, #5 Layne Fober

After receiving a first round bye, the Denver Cyclones Baseball Team got to rest up for their game against the winner of the Hudson versus Aplington Parkersburg game. Hudson defeated Aplington-Parkersburg 7-2 and took the spot of the away team against Denver on July 14th. Denver and Hudson were close early on in the game,…

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#4 Kaden Miller

With the post season just around the corner, the Denver Cyclones baseball team and Columbus had one last regular season game before their roads to state. On July 10th, the Denver Cyclones took on the Columbus Sailors in one last regular season game before the postseason. The Cyclones showed a formidable offense and defense on…

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#1 Colton Reiter

During the hot and humid summer evening of June 29th, the Denver Cyclones Baseball Team took on the Sumner-Fredericksburg (combined with Tripoli) team. This was a very rapidly changing game, one that mainly started out slow but picked up pace quickly, especially for the Cyclones offense. In the first inning, #5 Layne Fober was pitching…

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It’s was a win or go home game for both Denver and Columbus, so both teams were giving maximum effort. The effort was shown through diving catches, risky slides, and hustle on both sides of the ball. Columbus prevailed in this close, rainy game 5-3 and will play North Linn this Saturday July 17th. In…

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With the postseason just around the corner, the Denver Cyclones Baseball Team is trying to pick up some momentum. They didn’t pick up the win in the first game of the doubleheader, but they did honor their three seniors, Zach Miller, Connor Smith, and Brock Farley. Each athlete has been a part of the program…

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The Denver Cyclones Baseball team came up just short of an amazing comeback against the South Winneshiek Warriors in game 1 of the doubleheader on June 7th at Johnson Field. The Cyclones were down 5 runs heading into the bottom of the 7th inning, and after scoring four and loading the bases, a fly out…

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The Denver Varsity Baseball Team had just lost 4 straight and were looking to get back on track. This didn’t happen in the first game of the doubleheader against Jesup, as they defeated the Cyclones 7-6 after a rain delay. The Cyclones did win the second game 6-4. To start the game, #11 Bryce Phelps…

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