The Hengstler-Ranweiler Awards are presented annually to the Tribune-area’s outstanding male and female three-sport athletes
Dylan Gass’ monster game at the plate lifted Bird Island to an amateur baseball win over Willmar Wednesday.
Willmar took advantage of Starbuck’s struggles in the field and on the mound, rolling to a 9-4 win in VFW I baseball play Wednesday.
The Tri-Town Legion team scored once in the first and never looked back, later adding eight more runs to top Willmar 9-1 on Wednesday at Kingery Field.
Willmar I dominated Alexandria on Tuesday, shutting their opponent out and scoring in bunches to win 10-0.
Willmar’s Andy Jacobson won his Round of 64 match but fell in the second round of the 38th Minnesota Golf Association’s Players’ Championship on Monday at The Classic course on Madden’s of Gull Lake
Hayden Johnson was masterful on the mound, allowing just two hits and striking out 12 in Sacred Heart/MACCRAY’s 3-0 Legion baseball victory over Montevideo on Monday
A five-hit, one run, complete-game performance by Patrick Courtney helped the New London-Spicer amateur baseball team take down Rum River 3-1 Saturday
Markus Kranz scored a walk-off, eight-inning run on a wild pitch, lifting Montevideo to an 8-7 come-from-behind win over New London Spicer in Legion baseball Sunday
The New York Yankees knocked around Minnesota Twins pitcher Pat Dean, plating a horde of early runs against the rookie left-hander in an 8-2 win on Friday night at Target Field