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CLOQUET -- The Superior High School baseball team made it six wins in a row with a 5-4 win over the Cloquet Lumberjacks Thursday evening at Ed Mittner Field. After losing their opening game to Duluth Denfeld, the Spartans have now won six straight games to improve to 6-1. They are also in first place in the Lake Superior Conference with a 4-1 record. Cloquet, which entered the game ranked No. 12 among AA teams in Minnesota, falls to 4-2 overall and 1-1 in the LSC. SHS starting pitcher Ryan Myhre picked up the win.
The Superior High School baseball team won its fifth straight game with an 11-6 win over the Duluth East Greyhounds Tuesday evening at Duluth Central. The Spartans (5-1) rode the arm of Dylan Ramage, who improved to 2-0 on the season. The junior allowed four runs (two earned) on six hits in six innings.
HERMANTOWN -- Dylan Ramage tossed a complete-game shutout and the Superior High School baseball team defeated the Hermantown Hawks 6-0 Monday evening at the Don Fichtner Memorial Field. Ramage scattered seven hits with six strikeouts and two walks as the Spartans improved to 3-1 on the season. Superior also had seven hits, including two singles and an RBI from Ramage, a two-run triple from Kellen McCoshen; RBI singles from Nick Sitek and Justin Andrews, a double from Taylor Olson and a single from Grant Rindal. For Hermantown, Mike Swartz, Adam Krause and Mike Stocke had two his apiece and
The Superior High School baseball team swept a doubleheader from the Rice Lake Warriors Thursday evening at Morrie Arnovich Field, winning by scores of 17-6 and 24-4. Both games lasted just five innings. Ryan Myhre was the winning pitcher in the opener, allowing 12 hits with five strikeouts in four innings. Jordan McDonald allowed one hit in a scoreless fifth inning. The Spartans touched Rice Lake pitching for 16 hits. Zach Magdzas doubled twice, singled, drove in three runs and score three runs.
The Superior High School baseball team struggled in its season opener losing to Duluth Denfeld 10-0 in five innings Tuesday evening at Morrie Arnovich Field. Hunter pitcher Mitch Svihel kept the Spartans' bats in check, allowing just one hit with four strikeouts and two walks. Superior's only hit was a one-out first-inning single by Taylor Olson. Only three other Spartans reached base as Rob Dembroski and Dylan Ramage drew two-out walks in the fourth inning and Nate Hals walked to lead off the fifth. Dembroski suffered the loss for Superior, allowing 10 runs on six hits, four strikeouts an
Pitcher Nikki Logergren tossed a three hitter with 14 strikeouts to lead the Duluth Denfeld Hunters to a 4-1 victory over the Northwestern Tigers Monday evening at the Wade Stadium softball fields. Logergren retired the first eight batters she faced before walking Amber Eller with two outs in the third inning. Kelcee Janigo followed with a single, but Logegren got out of the jam with a strike out. Logergren retired the next eight batters before Janigo belted a one-out triple to right-center field in the sixth inning. Janigo moved to third and eventually scored Taylor Prior's sacrifice bunt.
SPOONER -- Annie Block, a junior forward on Minong's Northwood High School girls basketball team, helped keep the Evergreens' magical season alive with her own magical weekend at the WIAA Division 4 girls basketball sectional tournament in the Spooner High School gym. Thanks in part to Block's 43-point weekend, the Evergreens are advancing to their first ever WIAA state tournament, which begins Thursday at the Kohl Center in Madison.
TEMPE, Ariz. -- What appeared to be turning into a disastrous two-day trip to Tempe, Arizona, turned into a memory of a lifetime. My son, Taylor, brother, Bill, his son, Evan, and I traveled to Tempe last week to take in a couple of Los Angeles Angels spring training baseball games. We arrived by plane in Phoenix at 8 a.m. Tuesday, found a 50s style restaurant for breakfast, checked into our hotel early and headed to the Tempe Diablo Stadium around 11 a.m. for the 1 p.m. game with the San Diego Padres. Just as we pulled into the parking lot, it began to rain.
MADISON - The season came to an end Thursday for the Superior High School boys hockey team thanks to Hunter Scott and the Eau Claire Memorial Old Abes. Scott, a 6-foot-4 junior, scored three goals to lead the Old Abes to a 4-2 victory over the Spartans in a WIAA State Hockey Tournament quarterfinal game Thursday afternoon at the Alliant Energy Center in Madison. The Spartans end their season with a 16-8-1 record while the Old Abes (22-5-1) advance to today's semifinals against Wausau West (26-1-1), a 2-1 winner over Wisconsin Rapids (13-12-1). "It feels great," Scott said.
The Superior High School boys hockey team has qualified for the WIAA State Tournament for a state leading 33rd time, including for the ninth straight year.