Early on, Tommy McDonald seemed to be involved in everything during Northfield’s 9-3 victory against Cannon Falls at Sechler Park.
Dundas co-manager Nate Van Roekel insists Wednesday night didn’t feature anything unusual or awe-inspiring, Dundas just couldn’t hit against Waterville in a 3-1 defeat at Memorial Park. The Dukes notched only two hits.
With snow still on the ground, the Northfield Area Family YMCA started plotting ways to increase its activity at public parks this summer in Dundas.
Everything was a little louder Tuesday night at Memorial Park in Dundas. It seemed anytime there was a lull in the action, a voice would emerge from the dugout of the Northfield Legion Post 84 baseball team to immediately offer some words of encouragement.
The 14th annual Gary Callister Raider Football Open Golf Tournament still has some openings. The event is scheduled for July 26 at Northfield Golf Club, although the final day to submit an entry is Thursday, July 19.
For the first five innings, Rochester’s Nick Hanson was powering through Northfield’s lineup Sunday at Sechler Park with a two-run lead.
The win streak nearly ended in the first game Saturday for the Northfield VFW Post 4393 baseball team before Simon Dickerson was able to score and provide a 6-5 walk-off victory against Cannon Falls at Northfield High School.
If a handful of plays have gone a little differently over the past month, Northfield Legion Post 84 baseball coach Josh Spitzack believes his team’s record would look drastically different than where it rests at the moment.
The energy at Memorial Park in Dundas was a little more amplified Friday night than typical games. With Elko in town, there was a chance for the Dukes to further a lengthy winning streak and leapfrog the Express in the Section 1B standings.
There is still space in multiple Northfield football camps slated to begin next week. Information on the three camps, as well as dates, times and instructions on how to sign up are listed below.
At the end of a stretch that featured six games in five days, Northfield VFW Post 4393 baseball coach Robert Garcia was happy his squad made it out of Wednesday’s contest in Faribault in one piece.
Technically, Wednesday’s 19-5 victory for Northfield against Randolph was shortened to seven innings because of the 10-run rule at Sechler Park in Northfield.
As a club, Mizuno Northern Lights had a successful run at AAU Nationals in Orlando, Florida, with a number of its teams throughout the age groups finishing high. A handful of Northfielders helped in those successful tourneys with one, Linnea Larson, earning All-American honors for her work p…
Northfield traveled to play in the Coors Light Tournament last weekend and battled to a 1-2 record against a smattering of teams that may very well be featured in the state tournament.
Days after the Fourth of July, offensive explosions were the theme Saturday and Sunday for the Northfield VFW Post 4393 baseball team, which swept a pair of road doubleheaders at Rochester and Austin.
In early August, Joey Malecha will have an opportunity to show off his baseball skills to a national audience when he makes the trek down to Melbourne, Florida, to compete for one of two central region teams in the United States Specialty Sports Association All-American Games.
It took a little longer than expected, but once the offense got going for the Dukes there wasn’t much left to contest Sunday at Memorial Park in Dundas.
There was certainly no shortage of offense Friday night at Memorial Park in Dundas, where the Dukes used an 18-hit onslaught with the help of 10 different players to blow past Lake City 10-2 for an eighth straight victory.
Little by little, the decision started to become more and more obvious for Karl Viesselman to stay on as the Northfield girls track and field coach full time after this season.
The opportunity was too good for Scott Wopata to turn down, even if that meant stepping away from something he loved.
With the help of a common recipe, the Northfield VFW Post 4393 baseball team was able to continue its hot start to the season with a doubleheader sweep Saturday at home against Winona.
It’s fair to say Lon Kruse might be considered a bit of a baseball expert. On top of the 49-year-old playing all his life throughout different levels of baseball and slow-pitch softball, Kruse has extensively poured over baseball history.
Once Tim Maus rounded third and saw the throw to first was drifting wide Friday night at Sechler Park in Northfield, the decision-making process that led to him dashing home ended up being pretty simple.
Once the Northfield U18 boys soccer team settled down Wednesday evening at Spring Creek Park, it had no issue going toe-to-toe with Austin. The problem was, the Raiders surrendered three goals in the first 25 minutes, including one in the opening seconds.
After delays pushed games together, it’s been a quick start to the season for the 19-and-under Northfield Post 84 Legion baseball team, but coach Josh Spitzack feels his team is starting to find its bearings at the plate.
It doesn’t take long for Benedictine University men’s lacrosse coach Guy Bourdon to warm up talking about Northfield High School graduate Corbin Gett, who just finished his career as the Benedictine single-season record holder in goals and points, as well as the career record-holder in goals…
A combination of some aggressive baserunning and and solid play in the field helped the Dundas Dukes to a 3-0 victory Sunday at home against Baseball 365. The Northfield Knights deployed a similar strategy of pitching and defense, but added a bit more at the plate with a 9-0 win on the road …
This spring, the postseason honors for Northfield High School athletics didn’t stop at the all-Big 9 Conference teams, although the Raiders were well represented throughout those lists.
In terms of the final result, there wasn’t much suspense Sunday evening at Spring Creek Park, where the Northfield U18 girls soccer team closed its regular season with a 10-1 victory against Lakeville.