Ellsworth have two competitors at next weekend's boys' state track and field meet.RELATED CONTENT
ROCHESTER – A year removed from its first state appearance since 1977, the Red Wing baseball was well on the way to a Section 1AAA first-round upset against Rochester Mayo.RELATED CONTENT
ROCHESTER – Zumbrota-Mazeppa had a tough time eliminating blow-up innings all season.RELATED CONTENT
Three late-inning errors help end Red Wing's season in a 4-1 loss to Northfield on ThursdayRELATED CONTENT
Competing in the Missota Conference championship meet Thursday in Chanhassen, the Red Wing boys track team finished in sixth place, while the Winger girls took seventh.
Red Wing junior Isaac Toivonen remains in the hunt for a state tournament berth after reaching the Section 1AA singles semifinal Thursday in Rochester.
Getting a tune-up before the Division 2 Section 1 playoffs, the Ellsworth baseball team could only get two hits in a 13-3 five-inning loss to Hudson Thursday in Hudson, Wis.
Brock Peterson scored the game-winning run, keeping the Bombers alive with a 2-1 eight-inning victory Thursday in Cannon Falls in the first round of the Section 1AA-West playoffs.
Led by senior Jake Griebenow and junior Reid Lundell, top-seeded Lake City pulled away with a 5-1 victory over No. 8-seed Grand Meadow/LeRoy-Ostrander/Kingsland in the Section 1AA-East playoffs Thursday in Lake City.
Holding Blooming Prairie to two hits, Goodhue advanced in the Section 1A-West tournament with a 4-0 victory Thursday in Goodhue.
With four players belting home runs on Thursday, the Zumbrota-Mazeppa softball team advanced to the Section 1AA-West finals with an 11-3 victory over Byron in Zumbrota.
MINNEAPOLIS - Nebraska Cornhusker Pat Kelly compiled one of the most productive freshman seasons in the program’s history last year as a freshman. And it didn’t stop there.RELATED CONTENT
Brady Schroeder strong in six innings in 4-1 victory over Spring ValleyRELATED CONTENT
Red Wing head coach Matt Kavanagh told his players Tuesday’s Section semifinal match against Rochester Mayo would end 4-3. He just didn’t know which team was going to win.
It wasn’t how Ryan Boldt imagined Senior Day. There’s no way around it.RELATED CONTENT