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Day two was not as busy as day one, but several area athletes competed. For Little Falls, Kyle Kabanuk finished 15th in the long jump competition. Sophomore Tyler Moore of the Flyers had a better day two, as he improved his section time in the 1600 meters and took 15th place. For Pierz, Robbie Skiba...Read More
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After day one of the state track and field tournament, here are some results: For Little Falls, sophomore Tyler Moore was the lone participant on the day. He finished with a 10:15.44 finish in the 3200 meters, and took 18th. In Class A, Pierz senior Robbie Skiba advanced to the finals in the 110 met...Read More
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By Tyler Ohmann Sports Editor [email protected] An eight-run fifth inning by the Albany Huskies helped sink the Little Falls Flyers’ softball season May 21 in Waite Park. The Flyers led the Section 6AA loser-out game after scoring two runs in the first two innings, but the fifth put Little...Read More
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By Tyler Ohmann Sports Editor [email protected] A third-place 79 by senior Kyler Erdman helped push the Little Falls golf team to a win at the Cardinal Invite hosted by Staples Motley, Wednesday. The Flyers totaled 340 to beat out Cathedral by two strokes. In fact, places 1-4 were separated ...Read More
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By Tyler Ohmann Sports Editor [email protected] Seniors Robbie Skiba, Grant Bullert and Zach Carlson highlighted a strong day for the area at the Section 5A track and field meet, Wednesday at St. John’s University. Pierz’ Skiba took home two section titles with wins in the 110 hurdles (1...Read More
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By Tyler Ohmann Sports Editor [email protected] Two Flyers are on to the state track and field meet after finishes at day one of the Section 8AA Track and Field Meet, Wednesday in Alexandria. Tyler Moore beat out some tough competition with a narrow victory in the 3200 meters (9:46.34). Seni...Read More
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  Senior Katelynn Kanieski, left, and junior Daniel Marod were named the Little Falls Athletes of the Month for May. Kanieski, a catcher for the Flyers’ softball team, led the Flyers with 12 RBIs, six doubles, nine walks, three home runs and a .348 batting average through the team’s first 1...Read More
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North Country Region (NCR) Volleyball recently introduced the Robert L. Lindsay Meritorious Service Award winners, one of which was Pierz’ Beth Fischer. The NCR Founder’s honors individuals who have been involved in the advancement of the sport of volleyball in North Country Region, whether it i...Read More
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By Tyler Ohmann Sports Editor [email protected] The USA Patriots baseball team made it a long way into the Section 5A playoffs. First, the second-seeded Patriots beat Atwater-Cosmos-Grove City (ACGC), 12-6, May 22, to advance to the double elimination portion of the tournament. USA was tripp...Read More
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By Tyler Ohmann Sports Editor [email protected] Not even a complete game, five-hit, two earned run effort from senior pitcher Adam Hallberg was enough for the Little Falls baseball team to get past the first round of the Section 6AA East playoffs. The second-seeded Flyers were upset by the M...Read More
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By Tyler Ohmann Sports Editor [email protected] The Upsala Blue Jays hadn’t played a Victory League game since May 3, and it took them a few innings to shake off the rust (and the mud) in a soggy game Monday against division rival Opole. However, after trailing by two runs for most of the ...Read More
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So far, the following Victory League games have been postponed today: Avon at Buckman, Fort Ripley at Flensburg, St. Mathias at Nisswa, Sobieski at Randall and Holdingford at St. Stephen. As of now Pierz Brewers at Royalton game at 2 p.m., and the Opole at Upsala game at 4:30 p.m. are still on. St. ...Read More
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