For the third time in the last four years, the Moorhead Brewers have ended the Shakopee Indians season.On Saturday, Moorhead scored the only run of the game in the bottom of the ninth inning to beat the Indians 1-0 in the first round of the Class B state tournament in Hamburg.After eight and half innings, the game was tied at 0-0 as Indians Aaron Johnson and Moorhead's Tanner Dahl, dominated on the mound for both teams.Johnson went out to the mound for the ninth inning having given up just...
The Jordan Millers opened the 2017 state tournament in the Alexandria area for the secnd consecutive year.The format of the Minnesota Senior Mens Baseball tournament begins with a “play-in” game where teams move into the “AA” or “A” bracket based on the result of that game.The Millers drew St. Louis Park in their opening game.Jesse Hendrickson took the mound for the Millers and received little defensive or offensive support from the local nine as Jordan committed six errors while scratching...
If you love to play sports, you will play as long as possible.For 20 Sh akopee area women softball players, that saying is true.Those 20 women over the age of 60 traveled to Birmingham, Alabama, to compete in the 2017 National Senior Games in early June.The Bryan Rock softball 60+ women’s team competed in the Senior Women’s 60+ age group in the three-day tournament.The team went 2-4 the tournament to finish in fifth place in the Division III standings.“Everybody had a good time,” manager...
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