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The 7th Grade Shock LaFrance girls basketball team had a great season finishing undefeated with nine straight wins. Pictured back row, left to right: Coach Jared LaFrance, Olivia Ward, Robynn Schwichtenberg, Addi Condon, Alenka Jans, and Jaidann Mulder. Front row, left to right: Quinn Vanmaldeghem, Camryn Vanmaldeghem, Liza Baker, Kaitlyn LaFrance, and Coach Jay Mulder. 

The Morristown Morries amateur baseball team picked up a pair of big wins last week to move into fourth place in the 13-60 League. The Morries routed Cleveland, 16-6, in seven innings Saturday, July 17. The following day they edged third place Blue Earth, 5-3. Following the Wednesday game with...
Cam Stoltz was offered, and has accepted, the Head Boys Soccer Coach position at New Prague High School, pending approval by the New Prague School Board. Coach Stoltz has decades of soccer experience including coaching at the high school and collegiate levels. Stoltz was the Head Coach for both the...

The Mallards’ Johnny Krocak, #6, gets tagged out by Orioles catcher Anthony Mader. It was a tough game as New Prague lost to Montgomery 4-2, in New Prague. (Patrick Fisher photo)

St. Patrick, Faribault, and Montgomery are on the upswing in the DRS Amateur Baseball standings. Prior Lake is heading the other way. The Irish lead the league by three games with a 14-3 record after downing Prior Lake, 7-6, in 11 innings Sunday, July 11. The loss was one of three this past week by...
The Waterville Indians remain on top of the 13-60 League standings after picking up one league win and a non-league victory last week. The Indians, winners of 15 straight games, routed Wells, 19-6, Wednesday, June 30 in Waterville.. The following night the Indians defeated New Prague, 7-2, in a non...

Caden O’Malley scoops up a ball in the outfield in Montgomery on June 28. (Wade Young photo)

The Tri-Legion Baseball Team’s bats have been swinging over the past week. The team played Waterville on June 25, Le Sueur on June 28, and Kenyon-Wanamingo on June 29. On June 25, the team beat the Waterville Legion Team by a 2-0 score. The Tri-Legion team put its first point on the board in the...
Amateur baseball doesn’t see a ton of home runs. Very few hitters hit more than one, or possibly two in a game. Union Hill shortstop Nathan Berg put on a power hitting show which probably has not been seen in many, many years. Berg struck out in his first at bat Wednesday, June 30 against New...
A pair of big wins last week pushed the Waterville Indians amateur baseball team’s winning streak to 13 straight. The Indians defeated Janesville (9-2) Wednesday, June 23 and Waseca (11-2) Sunday, June 27 to improve to 14-2 overall. They have only one loss in the 13-60 League. In the win over the...
WEM softball players received team awards during the team recognition held Monday, June 28. Brielle Bartelt and Allison Rients were named the team’s Most Valuable Players. Bartelt was named to the Class A All- State Team and Rients played in the State All-Star Games. Bartelt was also named the Best...

The Montgomery Community Foundation made donations at the Youth Baseball/Softball Night on Friday, June 25 to the Memorial Park Log Cabin Restoration, and the Girl Scouts Montgomery Community Silver Garden. Pictured are recipients from the organizations and the Foundation: Noah Rynda, Rick Krenik, Dale Ruhland, Kim McCrady, Liz Krocak, Tahlia Buckingham, Erin Barry Buckingham, Mick McGuire, Maggie Grimm, Mayan Kalina, and Eydie Fleek. Missing from the photo are Log Cabin Restorers Bob Janovsky and Ted Wondra. (Wade Young photo)

The Montgomery Community Foundation (MCF) supported two local projects that are building a stronger community when it awarded two grants totally $1,800 on Friday night. The first recipient was $800 to the local Girl Scouts for their Community Silver Garden project. The second was $1,000 to the...

Three members of the TCU Softball Team were named Academic All-State softball players. They are (from left) Rachel Rynda, Nikaija Young, and Isabelle Factor. (Submitted photo)

The Tri-City United Softball Team finished its season with an 11-10 record, ending in the Elimination Bracket Round 1 of the Section 2AA playoffs with a 3-4 loss against Maple River. But the team still had successes post-season. Three members of the team were named Academic All- State softball...

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