The Le Sueur-Henderson girls tennis team got its season started with something of a warmup tournament Friday at Mankato East, going up against the East and New Prague squads.
Walks and fielding errors played a large role in St. Peter’s 4-2 Sunday victory over the Le Center Braves at Veterans Field in Minnesota Senior Baseball tournament action.
Geena Ehlers and Josie Plut have big tennis shoes to fill as they take their places as Tri-City United’s new team captains. This year marks the girls tennis team’s first time playing in Class AA, but the two say the future looks bright.
Saturday marked the second and third meets of the season for the Tri-City United girls tennis team. The Titans’ first meet that morning ended in a narrow 4-3 loss against Fairmont, but they fared much better against Bloomington Kennedy, shutting out their opponents in a 7-0 meet.
The Tri-City United football team has an uphill climb ahead of them this season, but that isn’t deterring team captains Zack Wendorff and Mateo Alonso. The two players are returning in the fall as two of just nine seniors on the team, but they remain optimistic.
Bill John, who took over the head baseball coaching position at Cleveland High School this spring, announced he has resigned the position effective Tuesday. August 13.
The Henderson Tigers ended their season last Friday, losing 4-2 to the Morristown Morries. The loss came after the Tigers lost 1-6 to the Jordan Brewers and defeated the Janesville Jays 5-4 in the losers’ playoff bracket.
There were over 100 race car drivers that signed into the Arlington Raceway and 49 go-karts for the United XPress sponsored night during the Sibley County Fair.
The kick off to the Sibley County Fair in Arlington saw some spectacular racing and a huge payday for Derek Green of Granada as he cinched the IMCA Stock Car feature by leading every lap in the flag-to-flag, 30-lap race except the first one.
The Le Sueur-Henderson Giants and the Plato Blue Jays came into the American Legion baseball playoff championship game ready for a rematch. After the previous championship game on Sunday July 28, was rained out after the fifth inning, the two teams went head to head again on Monday, competin…
Coming off of a two win hot streak in the sub-state playoff tournament, the Le Sueur-Henderson Legion baseball team took home two more wins and one loss last weekend and are set to play against Plato in the championship round Monday night.
Friday night, Aug. 2, the Belle Plaine Gray Tigers come to town to take on the Le Center Braves, and it will be Fan Appreciation Night. There will be food or beverage specials during select innings for fans to enjoy.
There were 125 vehicles that signed in for the Weelborg Chevrolet Night Saturday at the Arlington Raceway with lots of great racing action in all the divisions.
With a nine seniors graduated and the program moving from nine man to 11 man, getting the 2019 version of the Cleveland Clippers varsity football team together for last week’s summer camp was as important as ever, co-head coach Erik Hermanson said.
The LS-H Legion Baseball team has plenty to celebrate this week. Last Friday, the Giants won both games in the opening rounds of the East Central Sub-State Playoffs.
The Le Center Braves are a frustrated group at this point in the season. If it isn’t walks, errors, lack of clutch hitting or at ‘em balls, their record stands at 1-8. Better things ahead.
The Le Sueur Braves faced a tough matchup against the Arlington A’s. It became clear early that a modest performance from the Braves would not be enough to challenge the A’s, who collected a whopping eight runs in a single inning and defeated the Braves 12-2.
With Saturday’s game at Morristown rained out, it was another Sunday of back-to-back road games in two different towns for the Cleveland Spiders men’s amateur baseball team.
The Le Sueur Braves took a short trip to Hilltop Park to meet the Henderson Tigers at their home field. Despite collecting a home run in the third inning, the Braves couldn’t match the Tigers, who won 7-3.
A snapping sound echoed through Le Center’s Ray Plut field Wednesday evening as the Cleveland Spider came back against Janesville for a 16-15 triumph that broke a 12-game losing streak.
After pulling ahead in late innings against both USC and Janesville earlier in the day, the Cleveland Clipper majors/minors had to settle for silver medals Saturday evening when they couldn’t climb back from a four-run deficit against Quad City in the league playoff championship.
Waiting a few innings to roll out their big guns, the Cleveland majors/minors walked off with a 5-4 triumph over visiting Quad City Red (New Richland area) on Wednesday.
Sixty-four people fished for prizes in the St. Peter Recreation and Leisure Services Annual Fishing Free Fishing Contest Thursday at the Mill Pond at Riverside Park.
In a key River Valley League Class C baseball game, St. Peter town team delivered clutch hits in defeating the Henderson Tigers 8-2 on Thursday at Veterans Field.
After collecting three wins and one loss at the New Ulm tournament, the Le Sueur-Henderson Legion baseball team returned to Bruce Frank Field July 8 to defeat Waterville-Elysian-Morristown 9-3, 10-0 in a doubleheader.
The Le Sueur-Henderson Legion baseball team played four games, winning two and losing one, with another game rained out, in the New Ulm Tournament on the July 5 weekend. LS-H's final victory involved a 13-run comeback.
The NAPA Fireworks Spectacular event didn't disappoint fans as there were new cars in victory lane and some close racing action throughout the night July 5 at Arlington Raceway.
In a back-and-forth, extra-inning River Valley League Diamond Division battle, the St. Peter Saints over-35 baseball team scored twice in the bottom of the eighth inning to defeat the Le Center Braves 10-8 on July 2 at Veterans Field.
St. Peter, Cleveland, Le Sueur, Le Center, Kasota and Nicollet runners were among the top finishers in the 17th Annual Freedom Run on the 4th of July Thursday in St. Peter.
It was a great night for the Le Sueur-Henderson Legion baseball team as they celebrated a 8-2 victory against Norwood at the Bruce Frank baseball field July 2.
Gustavus Adolphus College Athletic Director Tom Brown announced Tuesday that Aaron Lund has been chosen to become the new head coach for the men’s and women’s track & field programs, starting Aug. 1. Lund comes to Gustavus after serving as an assistant coach and recruiting coordinator at…
The red flag was busy at the Arlington Raceway June 28, as there were three rollovers throughout the night in different divisions. All drivers were OK, but vehicles sustained damage.