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Wed
25
May

Lakers win one, lose one


Laker Donnie Mavencamp, #6, hustled back to first base. The Lakers went on to defeat the Cokato Kernels 10-4. (Photos by Charlene Wurm)

Maple Lake offense came to life as they took their season opener Friday before losing a tight game to a tough Winsted squad. Seven different players hit doubles in a strong, top-to-bottom effort by the Lakers’ offense this week.
Cokato 4
Maple Lake 10

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Wed
25
May

Irish are CMC softball runners-up


Olivia Marquette winds up for the pitch, Monday, May 16, at home against Kimball. Marquette struck out two and gave up just three hits in the Irish’s 1-0 win over the Cubs.

Shortstop Linsey Rachel fields a hit during Monday’s game against Kimball. (Photos by Brenda Erdahl)

The Maple Lake softball team ended the regular season with three more wins and one loss last week for second in the Central Minnesota Conference and the No. 1 seed in the Section 5AA west subsection.
The Irish kicked off the week with a 1-0 win against Kimball, on Monday, May 16. Despite the win, Kimball was still able to claim the top spot in the CMC with a 13-1 record. Maple Lake was 12-2. In the last 12 years the Irish have won the CMC title eight times and have taken second four times.

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Wed
25
May

Irish track team does well at CMC finale


Aaron Reese out-leaning Nic Duneow from HLWW in the 110-meter hurdle final. (Photos by Sandy Becker)

Kyle Scherber in the shot put.

Chase Olson and Michael Latour in the 100-meter dash final.

The Maple Lake track team had a god day at the Central Minnesota Conference meet last week.
On Tuesday, May 17, the Irish traveled to Belgrade where the boys took second as a team and the girls third. Both improved over the previous True Team Section meet, defeating Howard Lake-Waverly-Winsted who previously edged them to advance to True Team State.

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Wed
25
May

Irish golfers do well at three meets

The Maple Lake girls golf team ended its season with three good meets.
On Friday, May 20, the Irish traveled to Pierz where all three Maple Lake golfers shot personal best scores.
Kaitlyn Webb shot a 50, Ashlee Martie shot a 55 and Andrea Peterson shot a 53.

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Wed
25
May

Hot and sunny for MLE Track & Field Day


6th grade boys - Reese Williams handing off to Alex Vogt-Wurm and Ethan Grommesch handing off to Noah Wetch.

Layton Johnston in the long jump.

4th grade girls - Dakota Zielsdorf, Makenna Jude, Kelsi Jude, Sadie Purcell, Makenna Wetch and Kaylan Ennis.

Ms. Luckemeyer and Sarah Neutz in long jump.
Wed
25
May

Golfers hold onto conference lead

The Maple Lake boys golf team still led the Central Minnesota Conference after two meets last week.
The Irish traveled to Brooten and Osakis on Friday, May 20, for two separate meets.

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Wed
18
May

Irish golfers continue to lead conference


Brandon Borell won medalist honors in Kimball.

Aiden Jude won medalist honors at his home meet at Whispering Pines.

The Irish boys golfers still lead the Central Minnesota Conference despite a rough day out on the course last week.
Maple Lake golfers traveled to Kimball on Thursday, May 5, for their fourth CMC meet of the season. The Irish, who have become accustomed to winning, felt the nibble of defeat when they took second to Osakis by one stroke.

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Wed
18
May

Irish softball wins two on the road


Mollie Scheiber, #6, got a hit for the Irish at Thursday’s home game against Paynesville.

Amber Klug, #3, stole third base and was safe.

The Irish softball team is on a six-game winning streak after handing Paynesville two double-digit losses at a double-header in Paynesville, Thursday, May 12.
The win boosts Maple Lake’s record to 13-3 overall and 9-2 in the Central Minnesota Conference.

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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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