Sports

Wed
16
Apr

Irish softball team wins first two tilts

 

Despite the winter storm advisory warning, the Irish softball team was still able to compete in their season opener on April 3 against St. Cloud Cathedral, inside the St. Cloud State University Huskie Dome.  With veteran junior righty Kennedy Haney-Goelz on the mound for the Irish, they came up with a 5-1 win.  
In the last inning of the game, eighth grader, Linsey Rachel drove in a three-run homer to lock in the win for the Irish. Freshman catcher Morgan Scheiber was 2-3 at the plate, with a solid appearance. Knudsen, Blizil, Zappa, Callahan, Rachel and Rose also rallied for hits, for a combined eight hits in all for the Irish.  
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Wed
09
Apr
Wed
09
Apr

Girls basketball team concludes season with awards


The award winners on the girls basketball team included (from left) Emily Webb (Defensive Player of the Year and Second Team All Conference), Rayne Coughlin (Offensive Player of the Year and First Team All Conference), Brooklyn Toedter (Hustle Award winner) and Jenna Macziewski (Most Improved Player).

 

Wed
09
Apr

Irish boys reflect on basketball season, receive awards


The award winners on the boys basketball team included (from left) Andrew Schonnesen, Evan Hertwig, Tony Goelz, Nic Paumen, David Stokman and Zach Johnson.

 

Thu
03
Apr

Gymnasts celebrate year with awards banquet


Maple Lake High School gymnasts for the 2013-14 year included (from left): Mariah Jackson, Shelby Jackson, Delaney Sifferle, Heather Schlueter, Jordan Sifferle, Shauni Johnson, Katelyn Fuller, Gracie Elsenpeter, Shelby Ankerfelt, Susie Rieber, Sydney Bakeburg and Hannah Praska.

 

On Monday, gymnasts gathered in Maple Lake High School for the gymnastics awards banquet. 
There they reflected back to the sports season and recognized individuals for their success. 
Seven girls earned letters.To letter in gymnastics girls must compete in three varsity meets. 
First-year letter winners included Maddi Maas and Gracie Elsenpeter. Katelyn Fuller was a second-year letter winner. Third- year letter winners included Delaney Sifferle and Marisa Henrikson. Jordan Sifferle was a fourth-year letter winner. Heather Schlueter has lettered for six consecutive years. 
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Wed
19
Mar

Scamperers run 5K race to support track and field teams


Nate Hoffman, of South Haven, was the top male runner, with a time of 15:51.63.

Mandy Stoesz, of Buffalo, finished in 20:29.56 as the first female runner across the finish line.

 

Wed
12
Mar

Laker DeMarais set to be inducted into North Star League Hall of Fame

 

Another Maple Lake Laker is being inducted into the North Star League Hall of Fame.
Todd DeMarais played town team baseball for 23 years as a pitcher and was one of the aces of the Maple Lake Lakers’ bullpen.
DeMarais won 47 games for the Lakers and, in 1994, set a North Star League record of allowing only four walks in a season.
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Wed
05
Mar

State wrestling: Vassar third, Carlson sixth


Tanner Vassar, of Maple Lake, took third place at the 2014 Minnesota State Wrestling tournament. Fellow Annandale-Maple Lake wrestler Nate Carlson, also of Maple Lake, finished sixth, while teammates Joe Mosley and Spencer Ogden also competed.

 

The stands of the Xcel Energy Center saw the most black, white, and silver in years over the weekend, all thanks to the qualification of four Annandale-Maple Lake Lightning wrestlers accomplishing state championship berth.  
For 113-pound freshman Nate Carlson, 120-pound sophomore Tanner Vassar, 132-pound senior Joe Mosley and 195-pound junior Spencer Ogden, the Minnesota State Championship Tournament was the culmination of their season.  
Vassar’s efforts led to a third-place finish, while Carlson took sixth.
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