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The Insider: Three named KMS’ top senior athletes

Alison Krieger, Kalli Forsell and Zach Carlson were honored as the Kerkhoven-Murdock-Sunburg's Outstanding Female and Male Athletes. Carlson was a football team captain and led the Saints in rushing, earning him the offensive MVP award. In wrestl...

Alison Krieger, Kalli Forsell and Zach Carlson were honored as the Kerkhoven-Murdock-Sunburg’s Outstanding Female and Male Athletes.
Carlson was a football team captain and led the Saints in rushing, earning him the offensive MVP award.
In wrestling, Carlson was a two-year captain, placed third in the state the last two years and ended his career No. 2 in all-time victories.
Krieger was the Saints’ volleyball MVP and twice won the Hustle Award for the basketball team.
In softball, she was twice named to All-State teams and was the team’s MVP.
Forsell was the volleyball team’s top offensive player two years, and was the Saints basketball team’s offensive MVP.
Forsell also was an All-State honoree in softball, leading the team in runs batted in.

Pirates promote Brault to Double-A
The Pittsburgh Pirates promoted former Willmar Stingers’ pitcher Steven Brault to their Double-A affiliate in Altoona, Pennsylvania on Thursday.
Brault, who pitched for Willmar in 2012 and 2013, was 4-1 with a 3.02 ERA and 45 strikeouts in 65.2 innings pitched for Single-A Bradenton (Florida).
The Pirates acquired him from the Baltimore Orioles during the offseason for outfielder Travis Snider.
He is the seventh former Stinger to reach Double-A, joining Anthony Bemboom, Mitch Delfino, Hunter Dozier, Jordan Smith, Jacob Barnes and Kurt Spomer.

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