SATURDAY Legion Baseball FARGO INVITATIONAL Montevideo vs,. Mayville, N.D., 8 a.m. MACCRAY at Atwater, 10 a.m. Willmar at Atwater, 12:30 p.m. Willmar vs. MACCRAY at Atwater, 3 p.m. BOLD INVITE At Bird Island (Paynesville, Hutchinson, Jordan, McLeod West, BOLD) VFW Baseball Dassel-Cokato Invite (Willmar I) Alexandria Invite (Willmar II) Amateur Baseball NON-LEAGUE Green Isle Tournament (Litchfield vs. Blue Earth at Arlington, 10 a.m.; Morirs vs.
FARGO, N.D. - Brady Johnson pitched a two-hitter and James Gallagher scored twice and drove in two runs as Montevideo blanked Interlake, Manitoba 4-0 in the quarterfinals of the Fargo Invitational Friday. Montevideo (3-1) plays Mayville, N.D. in the semifinals at 8 a.m. today. Johnson walked three and struck out eight in his complete-game win. Gallagher tripled in two runs in the fourth inning and scored the other two Thunder Hawk runs in the first and third innings.
WILLMAR - Conrad Schwinn, a teacher from Little Falls, schooled the Mod 4 division again on Thursday night at the KRA Speedway. He went 3-for-3. Not only did he sweep the regular card, but he won the make-up feature held over from June 1. Ryan Canon won the Modified make-up and Cory Rosen the Street Stock retake. HOBBY STOCK -- Heat 1: (1) Josh Fredeen, Spicer (2) Tim Kallevig, Pennock (3) Chris Lindquist, New London...
Registrations for the Willmar Aquatic Stingrays Swim Camp are now being taken by Willmar Community Education and Recreation. The camp will be held from July 17-20 at the Willmar Senior High School pool. The camp is being taught by Gustavus Adolphus College head coach Jon Carlson. The fee is $50. Registrations must be in by June 30. Call 320-231-8490.
The 12th annual Heinie Ridler Golf for Hospice Tournament is set for July 10 at Eagle Creek Golf Club. The five-person scramble has a 1 p.m. shotgun start. The registration fee of $75 per person includes hors d'oeuvres and two cars per team. Sign up at the pro shop or call Eagle Creek at 320-235-1166. All proceeds go to Rice Hospice.
ST. CLOUD - Morris Area lost twice in the Class AA state tournament, getting outscored 17-2. Morris lost in the quarterfinals to Maple River, 9-1, then lost 8-1 to Mora in the consolation round. The losses ousted the Tigers from the tournament and finished their season 11-11. Quarterfinals Maple River 9, Morris 1 Morris began Section 6AA play with a 7-11 record , making them most unlikely entrant at state. The Tigers knew that to succeed they had little room for miscues or bad luck. They had both in the first inning of the opener. Chase Rambow walked the leadoff hitter.
Prairie Woods Environmental Learning Center in Spicer will host the second annual Jesse John Mithaugen Victory Run/Walk on Saturday. There will be a 5k or one mile run/walk in memory of Mithaugen, who was killed in an automobile accident June 6, 2004. There will be a $20 race-day registration fee (including a t-shirt while supplies last), beginning at 8 a.m. at Prairie Woods. The race will begin at 9 a.m. For more information, call Deb Anderson at 320-894-4969.
Prep Baseball CLASS AA STATE TOURNAMENT Championship at Dick Putz Field, St. Cloud Paynesville vs. St. Anthony Village, 5:30 p.m. Amateur Baseball CORNBELT Atwater at Willmar, 7:30 p.m. Bird Island at Starbuck, 7:30 p.m. Norway Lake-Sunburg at Paynesville, 7:30 p.m. NON-LEAGUE Cold Spring at Raymond, 7:30 p.m. Legion Baseball Montevideo at Fargo Tournament VFW Baseball Willmar I at Dassel-Cokato Tournament Willmar II at Alexandria Tournament
LITCHFIELD - Willmar starting pitcher Ross VanHauen and three relievers combined to shut out Litchfield Thursday as Post 167 cruised to a 9-0 win in Legion baseball. VanHauen shook off four walks in six innings of work while Alex Lotthammer, Matt Seehusen and Matt Roisum all hurled one scoreless inning of relief. The pitcher corps got plenty of support as Willmar collected 12 hits, two each from Kyle Townswick, Tyler Horning, Josh Dahlke and Jason Otte. Litchfield had plently of chances to get on the scoreboard despite getting only four hits.
KERKHOVEN - With one out in the bottom of the eighth inning, Justin Johnson hit a ground ball that the first baseman couldn't handle, allowing Adam Lesteberg to score the winning run as Kerkhoven upended New London-Spicer 7-6 in Legion baseball Thursday. NLS had taken a 3-0 lead after a three-run second, but Kerkhoven answered back by scoring five runs in the bottom half of the frame. Kerkhoven got RBI singles from Lesteberg and Grant Johnson and a bases-loaded walk from Justin Johnson in the inning. Darrin Carlson and Paul Beckman had two hits each for Kerkhoven, which improved to 2-0.