Apr 24

Friday Baseball on MIDMNSPORTS

Friday afternoon the Melrose baseball team will play at Minnewaska at 5:00, we plan on having the game on MIDMNSPORTS. (That’s provided our internet strength is good enough to broadcast.) The game will also be on 105.5 FM radio. If the game is not web cast, you can listen on line …. http://tunein.com/radio/Bob-FM-1055-s32264/
The Melrose baseball team is trying to get their first win of the year, so far it’s an 0-3 start. Minnewaska is 2-3.
Sauk Centre baseball will be on the road at Montevideo at 4:30. Sauk Centre is 1-2, Montevideo is 4-2.
Softball: Melrose has a home game with Minnewaska at 5:00, the Melrose girls are 2-2, Minnewaka softball is 5-3.
Sauk Centre softball will also be going to Montevideo for a 4:30 game. Sauk Centre is 3-1, Montevideo 3-2.
Another round of golf Friday for the Sauk Centre and Melrose boys golf teams. It’s the LP/GE Invitational going on, starting at 10:00 AM.
The Sauk Centre girls golf team is playing in the NLS Invite at 10:00 AM Friday.

Apr 24

Boys golf Thursday

The boys golf teams got a round of golf in Thursday as the boys teams in the West Central Conference played in Olivia. Sauk Centre finished in 5th, the Melrose boys 7th out of the 10 teams. Here are the team results and the inidividual scoring…WCC BOYS at BOLD 4-24-14
Sauk Centre was led by Carter Kranz with a 40, Melrose had Blake Loxterkamp with a 43. The medalist was Esten Stensrud of Minnewaska with a 39.

Apr 24

Not going to happen

Because of the rain, high school baseball, softball and track have been postponed. That includes Sauk Centre and Melrose varsity baseball, softball and track for Thursday.

Apr 23

LP/GE track meet Tuesday

The Sauk Centre track team competed at the LP/GE track meet Tuesday afternoon. The Sauk Centre boys finished in 8th place with 39 team points, the Holdingford boys were first with 163. The Sauk Centre girls were 7th with 28 points, Osakis was the top girls team with 181.5.
Here are all the results, the team scores and the individual results of each event from the LP/GE track meet…LPGE Track Results 4-22-14

Apr 22

Tuesday results

Softball: Morris over Melrose 12-5
Paynesville defeated ACGC 13-3  5 innings
Albany over Little Falls 5-1
BOLD beat Benson 13-4
Baseball: Morris over Melrose 6-0
BOLD over Benson 12-1  5 innings
Little Falls beat Albany 4-2
Softball: A huge inning for the Morris softball team was the difference in the game. Morris scored 8 runs in the top of the 7th inning to win at Melrose 12-5. Morris goes to 4-1 on the season, Melrose is 2-2. Melrose had a 5-4 lead with one more at bat for Morris going to the top of the 7th, but Morris rallied for 8 runs to get the win. Melrose had taken a 4-2 lead on a double, hit by Emily Tschida in the 4th. Kayla Austing and Madison Rausch had two hits a piece for Melrose.
Baseball: Morris pitcher Bryce Jergenson held Melrose to just one hit and struck out 7 as Morris shut out Melrose 6-0. Austin Schoenberg singled to left in the third inning for the lone Melrose hit. Morris scored two runs in the first and added three more in the second inning. Ben Klaphake started on the mound for Melrose, he went 1.2 innings, Tyler Braegelamn threw the final 4.1.

Apr 21

Monday boys golf

Sixteen boys golf teams competed at Blackberry Ridge golf course Monday. The Melrose boys team finished in sixth place with a team score of 384, the Sauk Centre boys were 9th with a 394.
Here are the team results and the individual scoring for each team…
Boys golf at Blackberry Ridge

Apr 21

Monday softball and baseball

Softball:
Osakis defeated Sauk Centre 11-6   Both teams at 3-1
Paynesville over Melrose 13-12  8 innings
Albany beat LP/GE 3-0
Baseball:
Benson defeated Melrose 5-2
Paynesville over Sauk Centre 7-6
BOLD over Minnewaska 2-0
Pierz beat BBE 9-1
Osakis over Pequot Lakes 11-6
Softball: The game went back and fourth all game long between Sauk Centre and Osakis. Sauk Centre took a 2-0 lead in the first inning on rbi hits from Amanda Lahr and Morgan Gamradt. Osakis grabbed a 3-2 lead on a hit from Alecia Kaelke in the third. Sauk Centre answered with two more runs in the top of the fourth on a bit hit from Emily Winters. Winters hit one to the fence in right field, knocking in the tying run and then managed to score the go ahead run by getting out of a run down. Osakis took control of the game with a four run sixth inning and went on to win 11-6.
Paynesville scored the winning run in the bottom of the 8th inning to beat Melrose 13-12.
Baseball: Sauk Centre was trailing 7-3 going into their last at bat. They rallied for three runs to cut the lead to one and had bases loaded with two outs. Matthew Moritz hit a sharp ground ball to third that was fielded by the Paynesville third baseman for the final out and Paynesville got the win 7-6. For Sauk Centre, Will Funk had four hits and Adam Froseth had two doubles.
The Melrose baseball team had Austin Schoenberg with two hits and Cole VanBeck knocked in a run with a hit.

Apr 14

Tuesday baseball and softball

Baseball:
Albany over St. Cloud Cathedral 4-3  Albany (2-1) with a good win over highly rated Cathedral.
Osakis defeated Brandon Evansville 5-2  Osakis senior righthander Lane Berberich threw a no-hitter. Osakis is 3-0.
BBE beat Upsala 6-5
Softball:
Osakis over Minnewaska 10-2    Sauk Centre goes to Osakis on Monday.

Apr 14

New athlete of the week

There’s one senior on the Melrose boys golf team, it’s Blake Loxtercamp and he’s the Athlete of the Week on MIDMNSPORTS, presented by Diamond Point in Sauk Centre.
Loxtercamp is a lefty and guess who he was following this past weekend? He’ll tell us about his game and what he plans on doing after high school. Here’s Blake Loxtercamp, the athlete of the week on MIDMNSPORTS….

Apr 11

Friday’s results

The Sauk Centre and Melrose softball teams won again on Friday, Sauk Centre won at Paynesville 5-3 and Melrose beat Albany 4-2. That puts Melrose at 2-0 on the season, Sauk Centre is 3-0.
Baseball: Albany 5 Sauk Centre 1
Paynesville 4 Melrose 3
Sauk Centre softball pitcher Katelyn Durbin is now 3-0 on the season and is pitching very well for the team. Durbin’s control has been outstanding, in three games, Durbin has walked only two batters. In Friday’s win at Paynesville 5-3, Durbin struck out 7 and scattered 6 hits in the game. Amanda Lahr brought home a run with a basehit, Ashlee Denny and Amanda Kulzer had basehits. The Sauk Centre softball team goes to Wadena/Deer Creek on Monday.
It was a good win for the Melrose girls, going to Albany and winning 4-2. Emily Reverman went the distance for the win, Nikki Zierden had a couple of hits, Kayla Austing had two hits, one of those was a double. The Melrose girls play at home Tuesday against BOLD.
The Sauk Centre baseball team ran up against some good Albany pitching Friday afternoon at the Sauk Centre baseball field, Albany won 5-1. Sauk Centre managed just 4 hits. The Sauk Centre baseball record goes to 1-1 on the season. Sauk Centre plays at home against Paynesville Monday.
Melrose baseball got on the field for the first time Friday with a home game against Paynesville, the game was won by Paynesville 4-3. Melrose got good production from the Meyer boys at the plate. Twin brothers, Colton Meyer went 3 for 4 and drove in two runs, Drake Meyer got on four times with two hits and a couple of walks. Melrose goes to YME on Tuesday.
In other softball: Minnewaska beat Breckenridge 17-4
Baseball: LP/GE over Minnewaska 2-1 in 9 innings
Morris beat LQPV 7-3
Montevideo over Benson 9-4

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