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WGEM Sports At Ten: Keokuk Lady Chiefs Set To Return To The Prep Softball Dirt On Thursday While Fort Madison Prepares To Host Mount Pleasant On The Diamond On Thursday

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In Southeast Iowa, the Keokuk Lady Chiefs will hit the prep softball dirt on Thursday evening hoping to improve on their (3-10) slate. KHS will travel to Burlington to take on the Lady Grayhounds. Earlier today Keokuk head coach Zach Short put the Lady Indians through a practice session at the hitting facility at Joyce Park to prepare for tomorrow's contest. We'll have an update from Lee County.

The Bloodhounds are (6-0) in conference play and (8-2) overall. They'll return to the prep diamond on Thursday when they play host to Mount Pleasant. FMHS head coach Ron Walker shared some insight on his team after today's practice. We'll have the latest.

Palmyra High School will start their Off-season Conditioning Program on Monday, July 6 as the state of Missouri enters Stage 2 of their re-opening plan in the wake of COVID-19. The WGEM SportsCam caught up with Panthers head coach Kevin Miles and he was very optimistic regarding the current status of the 2020 prep football season in the "Show Me State!" We'll have the story.

In the Major League Baseball ranks, the St. Louis cardinals may be headed to the "Field Of Dreams" in Iowa next month. We'll have details on the American League franchise that the Redbirds may face in the Hawkeye State.

Pespsi Little People Golf Championships Founder and Executive Director Nan Ryan made a major announcement on Wednesday. We'll have details on the Colorado resident that was selected as the PLPGC "Volunteer Of The Year" Award winner!

Scotland County Tigers head football coach Troy Carper is set to be a special guest on WGEM SportsCenter on Thursday. He'll join "Ryan and Broc" at 7:00 a.m. on WGEM Sportsradio, ESPN 1440/98.9.

Tony Cornish Jr.

Tony is the Sports Director for WGEM News.

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