Baseball WEST CENTRAL SOUTH BOLD at Montevideo, 4:30 p.m. Yellow Medicine East at Morris, 5 p.m. TOMAHAWK Springfield at Buffalo Lake-Hector, 4:30 p.m. PHEASANT Hancock at Chokio-Alberta, 5 p.m. NON-CONFERENCE Benson vs. Minnewaska Area at Metrodome, 11 a.m. Renville County West at Marshall, 4:30 p.m. Softball WEST CENTRAL SOUTH Lac qui Parle Valley vs.
Minnewaska Invite Results Tuesday at Glenwood Boys results Team scoring (1) New London-Spicer 135 (2) Sauk Centre 126 (3) Benson 109 (4) Minnewaska 86 (5) Osakis 48 (6) Morris 46 (7) Hancock 0 Individual leaders Hurdles 110 highs: (1) Joey Fragodt, BKMS, 15.69 (2) Daniel Fragodt, BKMS, 15.75 (3) Scott Faehnrich, Min, 17:46 (4) M.Johnson, Min, 19.61 ... 300 intermediates: (1) Daniel Fragodt, BKMS, 42.6 (2) Scott Faehnrich, Min, 44.54 (3) D.Oesnorse, Min, 46.37 Sprints 100: Jimmi Lembcke, Mor, 11.68 (2) T.Molitor, SC, 11.78 (3) Kyle Weinandt, NLS, 11.86 (4) Mike Bonyage, NLS, 11.87 ...
Mild temperatures and recent high winds have contributed to several area golf courses opening sooner than expected. A check of area courses last week gave no indication that courses would be ready this week.
Stanley Ruiz, a 15-year-old Willmar boxer with over 30 bouts, won a decision over less experienced but heavier Travis Petro of Fergus Falls Saturday in Wadena. In a Region IV championship bout, Kelly VanBuren, 17, of Willmar lost to Cody McManigle (55-15) of Wadena at 141 pounds when the referee stopped the bout in the first round. The matches concluded the Willmar Golden Gloves' season.
ST. CLOUD -- The Ridgewater Warriors split with Mesabi Range on Tuesday, losing 7-1 in the first game before routing the Norsemen with a 21-hit attack in a 14-2 win in the nightcap at Faber Field. Ridgewater will play a doubleheader Friday in Regal against Hibbing beginning at 2 p.m. Mesabi 7 Ridgewater 1 There were no bright spots for the Warriors, who came out flat and trailed 4-0 after two innings in what coach Dwight Kotila labeled a dismal performance.
RAYMOND -- New London-Spicer bolted to a 4-0 lead after two innings and went on to dispatch MACCRAY 7-3 in a non-conference season opener at Lilleberg Field on Tuesday. Leading 1-0 after one inning, the Wildcats' Scott Hjelle smacked a two-run single in the second, followed by a Jeremy Pickle to plate the third run of the inning. The two teams combined for 17 hits, all singles.
NEW LONDON -- Junior Kalina Blackwell spun a no-hitter and Atwater-Cosmos-Grove City plated 12 runs in the sixth inning to beat New London-Spicer 16-1 in six innings Tuesday. Blackwell issued just two walks while striking out four. The Falcons (1-0) owned a 4-1 lead before erupting in the sixth.
GROVE CITY -- Tara Schmidt won three events to lead Paynesville to first place in the girls half of the Atwater-Cosmos-Grove City Track and Field meet on Tuesday. Schmidt won the 100 meters (13.32), the 200 (28.1) and the long jump (14-10) in the outdoor opener. Kaelene Lundstrum won the high jump (5-2) and 400 dash (1:02.41) for BOLD/Buffalo Lake-Hector and teammate Sam Broderious won discus (118-4) and shot put (39-5). Mayer Lutheran took second of seven teams. In the boys' portion of the meet, Mayer Lutheran dominated, running up 233 points to 184 for runner-up Montevideo.
Central Minnesota Results Tuesday at Annandale Spencer Otteson carded a 44 -- five shots behind the co-medalists -- to pace Belgrade-Brooten-Elrosa in the conference opener. Team scoring (1) Pierz 162 (2) St.
With 10 area softball games, six baseball games, four track and field meets and two golf meets scheduled for today, the spring season in high school sports hits high gear. Some highlights include defending Class AA champion Paynesville hosting Kimball in baseball and two softball doubleheaders in the Camden Conference -- Dawson-Boyd at Renville County West and Kerkhoven-Murdock-Sunburg at MACCRAY. Atwater-Cosmos-Grove City and Minnewaska also host track meets.