Late result Wednesday WILLMAR -- Jordan Olson pitched a four-hit shutout and the Willmar Rails scored 10 runs in the sixth to beat Sacred Heart 12-0 in seven innings in a Cornbelt South League game Wednesday. Olson struck out two and walked two. Willmar led just 2-0 through the first five innings, then collected eight hits and scored 10 runs in the sixth. Matt Sagedahl and Steve Wetterling hit back-to-back RBI doubles and the second time through the order they each smacked two-run singles. Cory Schwantes also drove in two runs in the inning. Willmar 12, Sacred Heart 0 S.
Late result Tuesday Section 2A-North Holy Trinity 4, BL-Hector 2 The Mustangs outhit Holy Trinity 7-3, but committed four errors. BL-Hector 000 002 0 - 2 7 4 Winsted Holy Trinity 000 103 x - 4 3 1 HITTING - Buffalo Lake-Hector: Alyssa Kubesh 2-for-4; Jordan Duehn 1-for-3; Karissa Scharmer 1-for-4; Sarah Buboltz 1-for-2; Erin Daak 1-for-3; Toni Markgraf 1-for-2 .... Winsted Holy Trinity: Rachel Stifter 1-for-3; Kim Bestul 1-for-3, 2 runs; Lindsey Ide 1-for-2, 2-run HR, 2 rbi PITCHING (ip-h-r-er-bb-so) - Buffalo Lake-Hector: Sarah Buboltz (L) 6-3-4-*-*-3 ....
Boys Golf SECTION 3A At Marshall Section meet, 9 a.m. Girls Golf SECTION 3A At Marshall Section meet, 9 a.m. Track and Field SUB-SECTION 3A-WEST At Redwood Falls (Area teams: Redwood Falls, Renville County West), 4 p.m. Amateur Baseball CORNBELT Bird Island at Paynesville, 7:30 p.m. New London-Spicer at Starbuck, 7:30 p.m. Regal at Granite Falls, 7:30 p.m. NON-LEAGUE Raymond at Fairfax, 7:30 p.m.
Baseball BBE 10, Osakis 6 YME 4, Lakeview 3 NL-Spicer 8, Benson 7 Paynesville 3, ACGC 2 Minnewaska 6, Staples-Motley 0 Softball Section 8AAA Willmar 7, Sauk Rapids 0 Track & Field Section 5A-18 Boys results (1) St. Cloud Cathedral 203 (2) Holdingford 114 (3) Melrose 113.5 (4) Albany 80 (5) Zimmerman 76.5 (6) Paynesville 43.5 (7) Zimmerman 52 (8) St. John's Prep 39 Girls results (1) St. Cloud Cathedral 164 (2) Paynesville 117 (3) Albany 94 (4) Holdingford 89 (5) Melrose 75 (6) Belgrade-Brooten-Elrosa 62 (7) Zimmerman 52 (8) St.
The Willmar Rails blanked Sacred Heart 12-0 in seven innings in Cornbelt South League action Wednesday. No report was available.
The Willmar girls' softball team hosts Central Lakes Conference foe Sauk Rapids at 5 p.m. today in the Section 8AAA tournament. The Cardinals (14-3) are the top seed and received a bye in the first round. Sauk Rapids, whom the Cardinals beat 11-0 and 8-5 in the regular season, advanced Tuesday with a 6-5 win over Rocori. Annandale plays at Sartell in the other winner's bracket semifinal today. Willmar hosts the next round on Saturday.
Tickets for the 46th annual Hengstler-Ranweiler Awards Banquet on June 5 at Ridgewater College are now on sale. Tickets are by reservation only and can be paid for at the door the night of the banquet. The H-R Awards Banquet honors the top male and female high school athletes from the area. The banquet begins at 6 p.m. Tickets are $9 and include a meal. Nominated athletes receive a complimentary ticket. To order, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or call 1-800-450-1150 (Scott at ext. 332 or Jesse at ext. 371).
COLLEGEVILLE -- Pencil in Litchfield for another trip to the state tennis tournament. The Dragons defeated Staples-Motley 6-1 in the Section 6A semifinals at St. John's Univesity, then topped Benson 5-2 in the championship to advance to their 10th straight state meet. Litchfield competes in the individual portion of the Section 6A tournament today at St. John's University. The singles begin at 10 a.m.
July 24, 1914 - May 24, 2006 MONTEVIDEO -- Gerda A. Sando, 91, of Montevideo died Wednesday at the Chippewa County - Montevideo Hospital. The service will be at 1:30 p.m. Saturday at Salem Lutheran Church in Montevideo. Burial will be at Terrace Lawn Memory Gardens. Visitation will be Friday afternoon and evening at Anderson Funeral Home in Montevideo, with the family from 5 to 7 p.m., and a prayer service at 5 p.m. She was born July 24, 1914, in Big Ben to Paul and Olga (Larson) Paulson. She worked for many years as a cook at the Mohawk Care and the Hotel Hunt.
MADISON -- Lac qui Parle Valley finished a wild, nature-delayed game with a three-run rally in the seventh to top Minnewaska Area 5-3 in the second round of the Section 3AA-North softball tournament Wednesday. The game ended in the fourth inning Tuesday after high winds ripped a dugout across the field. It picked up in the same spot Wednesday, with the Lakers leading 2-1, but this time played on the junior varsity field. With two outs in the top of the seventh, the Eagles had five straight batters reach safely. Amber Moen started the rally with a single, followed by Madeline Gail's RBI dou