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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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By Tyler Ohmann Sports Editor [email protected] Both the Pierz boys and girls gol f teams were busy recently. The two teams played two tournaments in one day, May 15, at Belgrade-Brooten-Erosa (BBE) and Osakis. The boys headed out on the BBE course first, and the girls on Osakis, then the tw...Read More
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By Tyler Ohmann Sports Editor [email protected] Royalton and Upsala Swanville Area (USA) are both entering the 5A East Sub-section tournaments, but from different directions. The Royals closed out their regular season with a doubleheader sweep of West Central Area, while the Patriots lost it...Read More
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By Tyler Ohmann Sports Editor [email protected] Sometimes playoffs don’t quite go according to plan. That was certainly the case for Royalton and Upsala’s softball teams, as both were eliminated in play-in games of the 5A West Sub-section, May 15. The No. 5 seeded Royals fell 15-8 to fou...Read More
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Little Falls Community Services is organizing adult tennis matches for the summer. Co-ed doubles will be scheduled for Monday evenings; women’s doubles will be will be scheduled for Wednesdays evenings; men’s doubles schedule will vary between Monday and Thursday evenings. Tennis matches will be...Read More
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By Tyler Ohmann Sports Editor [email protected] The final four games of the Granite Ridge Conference (GRC) season went according to plan for the Little Falls baseball team. The Flyers swept Albany in a doubleheader, May 15, downed Becker, Tuesday and beat Foley 9-2 Wednesday, to close out th...Read More
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By Tyler Ohmann Sports Editor [email protected] Little Falls’ track and field team traveled to two meets recently to prepare for the upcoming playoffs. The Flyers boys won both meets, one at Pequot Lakes, May 15, and the other at Zimmerman, Tuesday. At Pequot Lakes, the Flyers tallied 183 ...Read More
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Team are sought to take part in the Little Falls Dam Fest softball tournament to be played Saturday and Sunday, June 20 – 21. The men’s tournament will take place Saturday, June 20, with a $150 entry fee and a maximum of 12 teams. The co-rec tournament takes place Sunday, June 21, with a $12...Read More
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Former Braham and Wofford standout, Noah Dahlman, will be hosting a basketball camp in Pierz this summer. Dahlman won three state titles in Braham, before leading Wofford to two NCAA appearances and winning conference player of the year in 2009-10. He currently plays overseas. The camp will be for t...Read More
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