Sports

Wed
21
May

Girls win conference, boys second at True Team State


The Maple Lake Irish girls track team took first place in the Central Minnesota Conference meet at home on May 13.

The Irish boys track team took second place at the Minnesota True Team Track and Field State Championships.

 

Wed
14
May

MLHS runners heading to True Team State


Both the Maple Lake High School boys and girls track and field teams won the True Team Subsection Meet on Tuesday, May 6, on their home track, punching their tickets to the True Team State Meet on Friday and Saturday in Stillwater. See page 8 for the full story.

 

Wed
14
May

Irish girls second in conference

 

On Tuesday, May 6, the Irish ladies began their week of golf at Shadowbrooke Golf Course, hosted by Howard Lake-Waverly-Winsted. Seniors Tabitha Latzig and Maggie Carey each finished in the top 10 with a 45 and a 42, respectively. 
Also finishing in Maple Lake’s top four were Vienna Jude who shot a 48 and Kristina Paumen who shot a 50. Together, the top four had a total of 185 strokes, placing them in second place behind Osakis at the meet.
Following the Howard Lake meet, the Irish traveled to Belgrade-Brooten-Elrosa for their next meet on Friday, May 9, at Prairie View Golf Course. Latzig shot a 40, which earned her a spot as a co-medalist alongside Osakis golfers Peyton Garcia and Alayna Eldred. The combined top scores for the B-B-E meet were 186. The Irish ladies finished in second place behind Osakis, who shot a 168 for the meet.
More information appears in this week's Messenger.
Wed
14
May

Boys golfers show improvement

 

On Monday, May 5, the Irish boys golf team participated in the 16th annual Daryl Gunnarson Memorial Invitational at Southbrook Golf Course in Annandale. The boys played a full 18 holes and placed 10th with a team score of 364. "
The boys played well, we finally had a nice day to play golf,” coach Aaron Hegle said. “Aidan Jude had a great round and was able to place inside the top 15. We have some meets coming up for conference and it's nice to see us playing well. There is still room for improvement with some guys but that will come with more practice.”
That improvement started to show up in the next meet, as the boys traveled to Rockford to play nine holes at Shamrock Golf Course on Friday, May 9. 
At Shamrock, the Irish were able to finish in third place with a score of 172. 
More information appears in this week's Messenger.
Wed
07
May

Irish baseball team tied for conference lead


Dusty Strub slides safely back to first base during competition against the Howard Lake-Waverly-Winsted Lakers on Monday at Irish Stadium.

 

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