Weekly/monthly, etc. Friends of Upper Sioux Agency annual meeting -- The Friends of Upper Sioux Agency State Park will hold its annual meeting at 7 p.m. April 19 at the park's visitor center. The meeting will feature a presentation on exotic, invasive pests, such as European buckthorn and the emerald ash borer. Other topics for discussion include the Minnesota Horse Pass, upcoming park programs, the state's Sesquicentennial and the spring work day. For more information, call 320-564-4777. Sibley State Park The Interpretive Center is open daily.
Saturday (The following are events scheduled for today that have not yet been reported as postponed) Track and Field CENTRAL LAKES Sartell Invite at St. John's University, Collegeville (Willmar, Alexandria, Bemidji, St. Cloud Tech, Sartell), 4 p.m. Pipestone Invite (Redwood Valley), 1 p.m. Sunday (The following are events scheduled for today that have not yet been reported as postponed) Town Team Baseball NON-LEAGUE Kimball at Litchfield, 1:30 p.m. College Baseball JUNIOR COLLEGE Ridgewater at Rochester (2), 1 p.m.
Prep Baseball McLeod West 6, ACGC 2 Prep Tennis Willmar 5, SC Apollo 2 Providence Academy 4, Litchfield 3 YME 6, MACCRAY 1
SIOUX CITY, Iowa -- The Ridgewater College baseball team split a doubleheader Friday with the Briar Cliff University JV team. The Warriors opened the twinbill with a 5-1 win before falling 4-3 in the second game. Ridgewater (14-2) is slated to open its Minnesota Community College Conference Southern Division schedule with a doubleheader Sunday at Rochester beginning at 1 p.m. Ridgewater played twice in Seward, Neb., on Thursday before heading to Iowa.
The Willmar track and field team will be outdoors for the first time this year at the Sartell Invite at St. John's University today. The Cardinals, three Central Lakes Conference teams and Bemidji will participate.
The Willmar Sportsmen's Club will hold its annual Fish Fry from 5-7 p.m. Monday at the Willmar American Legion Club. The cost is $7 per adult and $3 for children 12 and under. Proceeds will be used to send youth to the Long Lake Conservation Camp, lease walleye rearing ponds and other local conservation projects.
ST. CLOUD -- Willmar showed depth at singles taking three points on the way to a 5-2 win at St. Cloud Apollo on Friday in the Cardinals' season and Central Lakes Conference tennis opener. "We looked very good for so early in the season taking three matches at singles," said coach Loren Holter.
GRANITE FALLS -- After a pair of weather-related postponements, Yellow Medicine East launched its boys tennis season Friday with a 6-1 non-conference win over MACCRAY. YME has eight seniors in its top 11.
BROWNTON -- Jordan Tanner had all three Atwater-Cosmos-Grove City hits, but the Falcons fell to McLeod West 6-2 in a non-conference baseball game Friday. Joel Ahlers allowed two hits over five scoreless innings for the win.
The Willmar Cardinals are hoping to finally open the tennis season when they play at St. Cloud Apollo today, beginning at 4:30 p.m. Some events in the area have already postpones games today because of wet grounds from the recent snow.