Sports

All of Tuesday’s events postponed

The cold weather took another bite out of the area sports schedule. Read more | Add your comment

Blossoms outlast WEM in nine innings

The Awesome Blossoms (3-3 overall) took a 13-12 lead on a John Rumpza double in the top of the ninth inning and they added two ... Read more | Add your comment

Lyle-Pacelli boys golf team falls to GMLO

†he Lyle-Pacelli boys golf team lost 187-255 to Grand Meadow-LeRoy-Ostrander in Cedar River Golf Course in Adams Monday. Read more | Add your comment

Austin golfers fall to Red Wing

Austin golfers fall to Red Wing

The Austin boys golf team dealt with high winds, cold temperatures and even a little bit of sleet as they lost to Red Wing 340-368 ... Read more | Add your comment

Softball: Vikings blanked by KM

The Hayfield softball team lost 7-0 at Kasson-Mantoville (6-1 overall) Monday. Read more | Add your comment

  1. Blooming Prairie softball team rallies past WEM  | Add your comment
  2. Austin VFW baseball tryout set for May 3  | Add your comment
  3. Turner hits a hole in one at Meadow Greens  | Add your comment
  4. Lyle-Pacelli softball team falls to Triton  | Add your comment
  5. RCC baseball team sweeps Minnesota West  | Add your comment
  6. BP’s Braaten takes fifth in BP golf invite  | Add your comment
  7. Baseball: Blossoms get past Athletics  | Add your comment
  8. Packer boys tennis team beats East, falls to Century  | Add your comment
  9. Track and field: Packer girls take second and boys finish third  | Add your comment
  10. Hayfield baseball team sweeps Triton  | Add your comment
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