NORTH MANKATO, Minn. — Turnabout is fair play as Cherry found out Thursday.RELATED CONTENT
NORTH MANKATO, Minn. — Hermantown pitcher Katie Thun entered the state softball tournament with some amazing statistics, such as a 176-to-10 strikeouts-to-walks ratio and just 12 earned runs allowed in 112 innings.RELATED CONTENT
Senior Katie Thun struck out 18 — two off a seven-inning, state-tournament record — as Hermantown defeated Pequot Lakes 4-1 in a Minnesota Class AA quarterfinal today in North Mankato.RELATED CONTENT
New Life Academy took advantage of seven walks and ended Cherry’s hopes of a second consecutive Class A high school state title with a 6-3 victory this morning in a quarterfinal game at Caswell Park.RELATED CONTENT
Marisa Shady has the second-fastest 400-meter time among Northland girls and a season-best time that would have seeded her among the top four runners at this week’s Class A state track and field meet.RELATED CONTENT
After four years together on the Hermantown varsity softball team, the Francisco sisters - Celine, a senior shortstop, and Macy, a junior second baseman - play together for the final time this week at the Minnesota high school state tournament.RELATED CONTENT
Defending Class A champion Cherry didn’t have many unanswered questions heading into the 2013 high school softball season, the biggest being who would handle the pitching duties.RELATED CONTENT
Despite being one victory from making school history, Floodwood baseball players Trevor Bernsdorf and Ross Schminski were extremely low-key following an 8-2 victory over Chisholm in Tuesday’s Section 7A winners’ bracket final at Fichtner Field in Hermantown.RELATED CONTENT
Granted, this might be a bad time to consider the idea of altering the Minnesota high school boys hockey state tournament.RELATED CONTENT
Perusing the Minnesota Duluth women’s hockey roster is a little like paging through a Fodor’s travel guide.
John Mayasich doesn’t have far to look to bring back memories of playing outdoor hockey.
The New York Giants’ upset of the Green Bay Packers on Sunday has ensured some peace of mind for Minnesota Vikings fans the next couple of weeks.
Bob Nielson recently reinstalled himself as Minnesota Duluth football coach.
Early last week, Minnesota Duluth senior Eric Atkinson’s NCAA hopes came crashing to Earth, literally. Days later, the UMD volleyball team’s NCAA title hopes also hit the ground with a thud.RELATED CONTENT
For the past nine years, members of the News Tribune sports staff have been listening to one of our own reverently discuss his high school alma mater’s football team and the unending success of the program.
Though it shares her surname, the Gangelhoff Center in St. Paul is the last place Katie Gangelhoff wants to see again this year.
Though it wasn’t front-page news, the high school sports community in the Twin Ports lost a key figure last week when Duluth East softball coach Stan Karich resigned.
It’s appropriate that a track encircles Griggs Field because Minnesota Duluth football games, along with nearly every other college football game, have become track meets these days.RELATED CONTENT