Sports

Wed
03
Jun

Haney and Callahan chosen for All-Star Softball Series

 

The Minnesota High School Fastpitch Coaches Association and the National Softball Association ♦ Minnesota Sports Federation are co-sponsoring the 27th Annual Minnesota High School All-Star Girls Softball Series on June 7th which promotes and highlights Minnesota girls fastpitch softball.
The All-Star Softball Series will feature Maple Lake High School softball players Kennedy Haney (left) and Chloe Callahan (right), along with 70 of the state’s best senior softball players and 12 outstanding high school coaches.
The 72 All-Stars were selected from over 6,000 girls who play high school softball in Minnesota. The All-Stars are selected by the Minnesota High School Fastpitch Coaches Association to represent all graduating seniors and are recognized as Minnesota’s premier softball players.
More information appears in this week's Messenger.
Wed
27
May

Boys golf cruises to CMC title


Irish golfers won their first Central Minnesota Conference championship in 14 years last week. Front Row: Jeremy Mills, Jordan Mills, John Treadwell and Cody Welch. Back Row: Coach Aaron Hegle, Peyton Beehler, Aidan Jude, Brandon Borell; and Andrew Nowak.

 

Wed
27
May

Irish baseball second in CMC, advances in playoffs


McRae Haney makes the out at second then throws to first for another out, Friday against Annandale.

Members of the Maple Lake baseball team celebrate their 5-4 victory over Annandale, Friday, May 22, to advance on to the second game of the Section 5-2A tournament. The Irish were to take on Dassel-Cokato on Tuesday, May 26.

 

Wed
27
May

Track advances 33 to sections


Chase Olson hands off to Michael Latour in the 4x100 at HL-W-W sub-sections.

Charlie Stejskal, Aaron Reese, and Austin Stuefen run the 300m hurdles at the Track Sub-Sections at Howard Lake-Waverly-Winsted on May 19.

 

Wed
27
May

Offensive woes hurt Lakers

 

The Lakers beat Mound last Wednesday thanks in large part to the stunning pitching performance of Jeremy Schmidt.  Schmidt went eight innings, giving up two hits and collecting 11 strikeouts, including a nine-pitch, three strike-out “immaculate inning” in the fourth.  
The offense threatened often but had trouble stringing hits together. Maple Lake managed to get one run in the fifth before adding four insurance runs in the eighth thanks to a three-run double by Luke Fobbe. 
Brian Russell finished off the ninth one-two-three, notching a strikeout in the process.
More information appears in this week's Messenger.

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