The Sauk Centre softball game vs Ottertail Central will now be played in Wadena. Game time at 4:30. We’ll have it on MIDMNSPORTS.COM
The Section 6AA West sub section softball tournanent will be played Wednesday, weather permitting. The new schedule has the Sauk Centre softball team playing Ottertail Central at 1:00 Wednesday at Minnewaska. We’ll have the game here on MIDMNSPORTS.COM and 105.5 FM radio.
You can see the complete brackets by clicking on the link below.
6AA West SB Brackets – UPDATED – May 21st
The Melrose softball team did get their game in at Pequot Lakes on Tuesday. Number one seeded Pequot Lakes beat Melrose 18-5 in five innings.
If the Sauk Centre softball team loses vs OTC, then their season is done. If Sauk Centre wins their game against OTC, then they would play again Wednesday afternoon against Pequot Lakes at 4:30 at Minnewaska on the same field #1.
The Sauk Centre baseball double header scheduled for Tuesday has been postponed because of rain. Sauk Centre will play at Minnewaska Thursday and will not play Paynesville.
It’s looking like right now that if the Sauk Centre baseball team would like to get a home game in the sub section playoffs that start next week, the team needs to play well at Minnewaska Tuesday afternoon. It’s going to be a double header starting at 4:30. The baseball teams in the Section 6AA are seeding the sub section tournament by using the QRF system. You can take a look at the QRF standings by going to www.minnesota-scores.net , clicking on baseball and then the section standings. It’s tight between many teams in the sub section, so it’s important to win games this week. After the Tuesday double header, the Sauk Centre baseball team has a game at Paynesville on Thursday on the schedule and then a home game Friday with Melrose.
Weather permitting on Tuesday, the softball teams will try again to play their first round of games in the sub section softball tournament, the games were rained out on Monday. It’s the same line up, Sauk Centre plays at home against Ottertail Central at 4:00, we’ll have the game here on MIDMNSPORTS.COM
The Melrose team goes to number one seeded Pequot Lakes for a 4:30 game. The other games in the sub section have Minnewaska at home with LP/GE and Staples/Motley at home with Wadena/Deer Creek. The winners stay alive in the tournament, the losing team is done for the season.
There were some softball games played in the other sub section in Section 6AA. Number six seeded Albany beat number three seeded Little Falls 11-6 in nine innings Monday. Now the Albany girls play Holdingford Tuesday afternoon. Holdingford beat Foley 10-0 Monday.
The Melrose high school baseball team climbed above .500 with two wins on the road Monday afternoon. Melrose beat Montevideo twice by the same score, 3-2 and 3-2. That puts Melrose at 7-5 overall on the season. Mitch Reller and Ben Klaphake pitched the wins. Melrose plays at home on Thursday against LP/GE and then at Sauk Centre on Friday.
The boys golf teams played at two courses Monday, in the morning at ACGC, then in the afternoon at Paynesville. Individual golfers were also determined to be an all-conference golfer in the West Central Conference for 2013. That list is available on the Paynesville result sheet.
Congratulations to Melrose senior Wesley Dickhaus as the individual conference champion.
The playoff softball games will be postponed Monday for the Sauk Centre and Melrose softball teams, they have been rescheduled for Tuesday. There’s been too much rain and the fields are not playable. Tuesday, Sauk Centre at home with Ottertail Central, gametime at 4:00, Melrose at Pequot Lakes gametime at 4:30.
If the team wins, they are guaranteed two more games this week, if the team loses, then the season is over. That’s the way it shapes up Monday for the high school softball teams in the Sub section softball tournament. Our game on MIDMNSPORTS.COM will have the Sauk Centre softball team playing at home against Ottertail Central, the first pitch will be at 4:00.
Here’s how the sub section tournament looks for Monday, the number one seeded team is Pequot Lakes with a record of 12-1, that’s where the Melrose team will play at 4:30. Melrose is the number eight seed at 2-12. In that same upper bracket, Sauk Centre is seeded fourth at 8-6, the OTC team is 11-3. The number two team in the sub section is Minnewaska at 12-5, they host LP/GE at 10-7. The other game in the lower bracket is number three seed Staples/Motley at 11-6 at home with Wadena/Deer Creek at 9-10.
If you win your game on Monday, you will enter a double elimnation tournament and will play again on Tuesday, then win or lose on Tuesday, the team will play again on Thursday. If you lose on Monday, you are out of the tournament and your season is over.
It’s a baseball double header for the Melrose baseball team and the boys and girls golf teams will also play two rounds of golf at two different courses.
Melrose baseball will play a pair at Montevideo, the first game starts at 4:30. Melrose is 5-5 on the season, Montevideo is 5-9. This is the final week of the regular season for the high school baseball teams, then the playoffs next week.
No game Monday for Sauk Centre, the team goes to Minnewaska on Tuesday for two.
This time the boys and girls golf teams will be playing at ACGC and Paynesville. The high school boys teams will tee off at 9:00 Monday at ACGC, the girls teams will play at 9:00 in Paynesville. Then the teams switch sites and play again at 1:00.
Later on in the week on Thursday, it’s the sub section track meet at Minnewaska.