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Lonsdale Aces’ Cade Readmond makes a high catch while Montgomery Mallards’ Kayden Factor slides into second base on Friday, June 25. (Wade Young photo)

Only one game separates four teams vying for second place in the DRS Amateur Baseball Standings after games played Sunday, June 27. St. Patrick, winners of 10 games in succession, is in first place with a 12-3 record. Prior Lake (9-4), Faribault (9-5), New Prague (8-5), and Union Hill (8-5) are...
The St. Patrick Irish have won their past five games, including three last week to increase their lead in the DRS Amateur Baseball League. The Irish improved to 12-3 this season, two full games in front of Union Hill. They defeated Prior Lake, 11-1, in seven innings Thursday, June 17. They edged...
New Prague senior Ian Lillquist and junior Avery Hennen each had a chance to stand on the winner’s podium at the Class AA State Track and Field Championships held Saturday, June 19 at St. Michael-Albertville High School. Both athletes also earned All-State honors after their field event...

Caden O’Malley slides into second base during the Tri-Legion game against Cleveland on Monday in Le Center. (Wade Young photo)

The Tri-Legion Baseball Team (Montgomery, Le Center, Lonsdale) battled backand- forth against Cleveland on Monday night toward a 14-13 victory. Tri-Legion got off to a running start in the bottom of the first inning when athletes scored three runs to Cleveland’s zero. With Carter O’Malley on the...

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While there weren’t any champions crowned at the State Track Meet last weekend, several Tri-City United athletes had the honor of competing among the best in the state. TCU sent Marco Reyes, Jordan Meyer, and the girls 4x800 relay team (Anabelle Davies, Josie Plut, Makayla Erickson, Yasmin Ruiz,...
Six WEM softball players earned Gopher Conference Awards following the team’s second straight Gopher Conference Championship season. Seniors Brielle Bartelt and Lindsay Condon were named to the First Team. Seniors Autumn Taylor and Allison Rients were named to the Second Team. Senior Ellie Ready...

Brielle Bartelt puts a tag on a Falcon runner who wandered too far away from second base. (Jay Schneider photo)

No team had been able to shut down the potent WEM softball offense, until Thursday, June 10. The Lady Bucs averaged eight runs per game in 2021 heading into the Section 1A Championship game played in Austin. Wabasha-Kellogg All-State pitcher Julia Schmoker put together two outstanding performances...

The players and coaches of the Tri-Cities Legion Baseball Team are pictured before their first game on Monday, June 7 in Le Center. They are (front, from left) Chris Johnson, Dylan Westerman, Carter O’Malley, Dylan Hollum, Nolan Readmond, Christian Hunt, Devin Weitis, (back) Jason Hollum, Adam Henze, Max Krautkremer, Mecca Nightingale, Jayson Macho, Kaden O’Malley, Mavrik Birdsell, Tim Moravec. (Wade Young photo)

After an absence of several years, bats are cracking for Legion ball. The Tri-Cities Legion ball team kicked off its season Monday, June 7 in Le Center against Waterville-Elysian- Morristown. The team started its season with an 11-1 win over Waterville-Elysian-Morristown. The Titans scored two runs...
St. Patrick won its 6th straight game Sunday, June 13, knocking off league-leading Union Hill, 4-1. The Irish moved within one game of the Bulldogs with the victory. St. Patrick is 9-3, tied with Prior Lake for the second spot in the DRS Amateur Baseball League. Union Hill, winners of four of their...
Union Hill and St. Patrick are riding impressive win streaks as they start to make their way to the top of the DRS Amateur Baseball standings. Union Hill has won six straight games and it 1/2 game behind Faribault with a 6-1 record. St. Patrick has won three straight games and improves to 6-3...

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