MACCRAY Wolverines get off to a late start in softball

MACCRAY has had six games postponed

MACCRAY Wolverines logo
MACCRAY Wolverines logo
Contributed / MACCRAY High School

RAYMOND — The MACCRAY Wolverines will be the last team in the West Central Tribune area to open the 2021 softball season.

The Wolverines could have played six games by now, but have had doubleheaders with Tracy-Milroy-Balaton, Minneota and Lakeview postponed.

Their upcoming schedule includes doubleheaders with Kerkhoven-Murdock-Sunburg (April 27) and Russell-Tyler-Ruthton (April 29) to close out April.

In May, MACCRAY is scheduled to play doubleheaders at Lac qui Parle Valley (May 3), at home against Dawson-Boyd (May 6) and Renville County West (May 10), then back on the road against Yellow Medicine East (May 17) for another two games.

On May 18, the Wolverines have a non-conference game with BOLD, then play May 24 at Montevideo.


Then, it’s back to the Camden Conference doubleheader schedule, with TMB the destination on May 27.

MACCRAY went 15-7 in 2019, falling to the Wabasso Rabbits 5-3 in the Section 3A playoffs.

The Wolverines are coached by Nancy Thoma.

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