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Wednesday rounds paying off for WWG

May 15, 2008 WESTBROOK — The success of the Westbrook-Walnut Grove boys golf team (which has a 17-2 record this year) can be linked to both communities. more »»

Section Pairings

May 15, 2008 Class 3A Baseball North Kerkhoven-Murdock-Sundburg vs. Minneota or Central MN Christian, Saturday, May 24 at 10 a.m. in Sundburg Renville County West v. more »»

Wilhelmi overcomes injury to become SMSU’s closer

May 8, 2008 WAYNE, Neb. — As the SMSU team buses were headed to Wayne, Neb., late Wednesday afternoon, Brandon Wilhelmi took time to reflect on the final chapter of his career pitching with the Mustangs. more »»

TMB boys track situation isn’t right, but obscure rules are rules

May 7, 2008 Rules are rules. Sports teams have to abide by them no matter how outlandish they may seem. more »»

Spring sports have no control over weather

May 3, 2008 It’s been another wet weekend, postponing several spring sporting events in the area. Coaches and players alike realize the weather is one variable that teams can’t control. more »»

Citrowske is continuing to make his mark

May 1, 2008 CANBY — Last year, Trevor Citrowske of Canby was the Rookie of the Year in the Camden Conference as an eighth-grade. more »»

Foreign exchange student adjusting to baseball

April 26, 2008 MINNEOTA – The Minneota High baseball team has only played a handful of games this year due to the inclement spring weather. That’s meant plenty of time practicing indoors. more »»

Vikings’ success is all on Jackson

April 26, 2008 This year’s NFL draft will be a very boring one for Minnesota Vikings fans. more »»

Reinke fits mold of shortstops to start four years

April 24, 2008 MARSHALL — It’s not easy to step in as a starting shortstop as a freshman. Lex Reinke of the Mustangs did it. He’s one of three straight shortstops who have been four-year regulars. more »»

Marshall High track athlete trying to overcome anxiety attacks while running

April 19, 2008 Breathing is something you don’t think about. It’s like a reflex — it’s just what your body does. When a person runs, their breathing patterns are important. more »»

Schumacher 100 percent after elbow surgery

April 17, 2008 MARSHALL — Wayne State’s pitcher, Nick Schumacher, threw free and easy despite the howling wind at Alumni Field Wednesday afternoon. more »»

VanKlompenburg back after playing pro ball in Norway

April 12, 2008 Jeremy VanKlompenburg just spent most of the past seven months in Norway. more »»

After review, MCC boys win Panther I meet

April 10, 2008 TRACY — Upon further review, there’s a new boys track champion from Tuesday’s Panther I Invitational held in Tracy. more »»

MSHSL gets it wrong on wrestling, right on mercy rules

April 5, 2008 The Minnesota State High School League has come under fire for its decision-making this week. more »»

Baseball’s great for father-son bonding

April 5, 2008 Play ball! It’s time for the weather to cooperate for high school baseball. Coaches. Players. Fans. Umpires. Everybody anxiously awaits the opener. more »»

Openers are made for yelling — and ripping on everybody

April 4, 2008 Monday couldn’t have been a more beautiful day in the Metrodome neighborhood. It was snowing, Twins fans were complaining about it snowing and I couldn’t have been happier. more »»

Baumann hits first college homer

April 3, 2008 SIOUX FALLS — It was March 29 in Omaha, Neb., when Nate Baumann of Marshall hit his first home run in college baseball. more »»

So many things to love about America’s game

March 26, 2008 With the 2008 major-league baseball season starting Tuesday — in Japan, of all places — I figured it was time to think baseball. Youth is our greatest resource. more »»

Michelson adjusting well to Division I

March 22, 2008 BROOKINGS, S.D. — It’s been quite a first year in Division I college basketball for Marshall’s Macie Michelson. more »»

Dwire giving kicking another chance

March 22, 2008 Daniel Dwire always loved punting the football growing up in Lynd. He loved it so much he’d go out during the winter and punt barefoot just because he wanted to be a barefoot NFL punter. more »»

 
 

 

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