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Wed
18
May

Lakers fall to the Muskies


Making the second half of the double play at first base was #19 Chad Raiche.

Starting on the mound for the Lakers vs. Sartell afternoon game was #16 Jeremy Schmidt.

The Maple Lake Lakers couldn’t get much going this weekend with a rain-out on Friday and a blowout on Sunday.
Sartell Muskies 10
Maple Lake 1

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Wed
18
May

Irish baseball wins two, loses one on the road

The Irish baseball team did well in a series of double-headers on the road last week, outlasting Eden Valley-Watkins twice and Paynesville once before falling to the Bulldogs in game two.
A sixth inning rally spurred the Maple Lake team on to a 13-0 victory, Tuesday, May 10, in game one against Central Minnesota Conference foe Eden Valley-Watkins.

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Wed
18
May

Maple Lake trap team moves up to third in their conference

This week Maple Lake’s trap team had three student athletes in the top 25 in the conference. They are Ian Larson, Tim Vogel and Emily Jude.
Larson is currently tied for 9th place in Class 1A - Conference 6 and has an overall season average of 20.0.

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Wed
18
May

State isn’t in the cards for Irish track


Kate Graham hands the baton to Molly Erickson in the 50-50-100-200.

Michael Latour hands the baton to Austin Becker in the 100-100-200-400.

The Maple Lake track teams finished second and third at the True Team Section 4A Meet, Tuesday, May 10, just missing a return trip to the True Team State Meet.

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Thu
12
May

Irish girl golfers continue to improve


Ashlee Martie putts as Katie Webb looks on. (Photos by Bob Zimmerman)

Katie Webb, Andrea Peterson and Ashlee Martie take a couple practice swings before competing at Whispering Pines in Annandale on April 26.

Kaitlyn Webb is in 14th place in Central Minnesota Conference standings and Andrea Peterson is in 18th after two more meets.
On Tuesday, April 26, the Irish hosted its own meet at Whispering Pines Golf Course in Annandale. Webb and Peterson both shot 57s for the day and Ashlee Martie shot a 58.

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Thu
12
May

Golfers win at HL-W-W


Brandon Borell, left, and Aidan Jude earned medalist honors by shooting top scores of 38 at Howard Lake-Waverly-Winsted, Tuesday, May 3. Both golfers are at the top of the CMC conference standings with 39.5 averages. (Photo by Brenda Erdahl)

The Maple Lake boys golf team is at the top of Central Minnesota Conference standings after winning at Howard Lake-Waverly-Winsted, Tuesday, May 3.

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Thu
12
May

Track gears up for True Team meet


Michael LaTour hands the baton off to Chase Olson during a relay race at B-B-E.

The Irish track team is gearing up for the section True Team meet after mixed results at two meets last week.
On Tuesday, May 3, the Irish traveled to Belgrade-Brooten-Elrosa where the boys team placed third and the girls sixth.
On Friday, May 6, Maple Lake traveled to St. John’s where the girls improved to third and the boys to first.

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Thu
12
May

Irish win four out of five


Olivia Marquette allowed two runs, struck out four, walked none and gave up six hits in the Annandale win

Ellie Haney connects with the ball during Wednesday’s game against Annandale. The Irish beat the Cardinals 10-2.

The Irish softball team won four out of five games last week.
Maple Lake lost its one and only game to Minnesota Conference Foe Howard Lake-Waverly-Winsted on Monday, May 2, then went on to defeat Annandale, Belgrade-Brooten-Elrosa and Watertown-Mayer.

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Thu
12
May

Irish lose close one, then win two in a row


Ben Goelz attempts to bunt during Thursday’s game against Belgrade-Brooten-Elrosa. The Irish won 14-1.

Irish runners round the bases as the Jaguars scramble to recover the ball during game two of a Thursday, May 5, double-header at Irish Stadium. The Irish won both games. (Photos by Brenda Erdahl)

The Maple Lake baseball team lost 2-1 to Howard Lake-Waverly-Winsted early in the week, then handed Belgrade-Brooten-Elrosa two double-digit losses at a Thursday, May 5, double-header at home.

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Thu
12
May

Lakers lose one, win one


Starting on the mound for the home opener was #19 Chad Raiche.

Getting a hit and advancing to first base was Lakers #17 Derek Rachel. The Lakers went on to defeat the Plato Blue Jays 3-2 in 12 innings.

The Maple Lake Lakers featured a mix of old and new faces in their first two games of the year. Laker fans are used to big plays from guys like Chad Raiche and Matt Bergstrom, but new players, like amateur rookie Nate Maas, stepped up in big ways when it mattered.

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