Four Tri-City United Titans have made the 2019 Minnesota River Conference All-Conference Softball Team.
Tri-City United senior Benjamin Sladek just shot another perfect score of 100 of 100 clay targets. Not many of even the top shooters can say they have accomplished this.
The Titans are sending eight tracksters on to the Section 2A track meet after they all earned fourth place or higher in their events at the Subsection 7 meet May 24 in Belle Plaine.
In the final regular season game before the Section 2AA playoffs start Thursday, the St. Peter baseball team put it all together in a 7-1 victory over Tri-City United Monday at Gustavus Adolphus College.
Tri-City United’s Jackson Nesmoe won the pole vaulting competition at Thursday’s Minnesota River Conference meet, his third consecutive year earning the all-conference title.
The Tri-City United baseball team held on for victories against the Sibley East Wolverines in Gaylord. The first game saw the Titans win 11-10, the second went to eight innings, but wasn't nearly as close, 6-3.
The Le Sueur-Henderson Giants boys golf team hosted a meet at the Le Sueur Country Club on May 14 with TCU, Jordan, Belle Plaine, Mayer Lutheran and Southwest Christian.
A trip to Marshall was a fruitful one for the Tri-City United track and field teams. Fifteen Titans landed in the top 15 in their events at the May 7 Section 2AA True Team meet.
The Tri-City United softball team again proved that they can play with some of the best teams in the state, holding the 12-1 Northfield team until the sixth inning.
Tri-City United senior Tyler Schroer was added to the growing list of TCU students who are going on to play sports in college after he signed his letter of intent to wrestle at Rochester Community and Technical College Monday.
The Tri-City United track and field teams ran into tough competition at their annual home invitational Monday night, but the girls still came away in fourth while the boys took sixth.
The Tri-City United softball team shut out Mayer Lutheran 8-0 with pitcher Elly Novak only giving up two hits while adding two home runs to lead the team in the victory.
The Tri-City United baseball team was on its game at Mayer Lutheran High School Thursday, earning an easy 12-2 victory over the Crusaders.
The Tri-City United girls track and field team had a lot to celebrate Thursday in Jordan after they brought home second place from the eight-team invite.
The Tri-City United Titans finished runner-up, and the Le Sueur-Henderson/Cleveland/Sibley East Giants placed sixth in the six-team Minnesota River Conference boys golf opener April 23 at Montgomery National Golf Club.
Led with a 47-42-89 by Josh Lebrun, the Tri-City United boys golf team teed off the season finishing fifth in the seven-team New Ulm Eagle Invitational Thursday at New Ulm Country Club.
The Tri-City United baseball team fell behind early in their game against Southwest Christian April 9, and the Titans just couldn’t catch back up, losing 7-0.
Tri-City United made its way to Belle Plaine for the second time this season April 9 for a meet with three Minnesota River Conference foes — Belle Plaine, Sibley East and Mayer Lutheran — where the boys and girls track teams took third overall.
Le Sueur, Nicollet and Waseca county area golf course managers and golfers are happy that they had an early start this season, but with variable spring weather in Minnesota, courses can close and reopen.