Sports

Baseball: No. 10 ranked Blue Devils grab 24th straight win

The Riverland Community College baseball team extended its a school record winning streak to 24 games when it swept Western Tech. by scores of 13-2 ... Read more | Add your comment

Rockets edge out Packer tennis team

The Austin boys tennis team lost 5-2 to Rochester John Marshall at Paulson tennis courts Wednesday. Read more | Add your comment

Baseball: Packers edged out by Red Wing in extra innings

The Austin baseball team lost 4-3 at Red Wing (5-3 overall) in nine innings Tuesday. Read more | Add your comment

Hart homers twice as Athletics sweep Schaeffer Academy

The Lyle-Pacelli baseball team swept Schaeffer Academy (3-3 overall) by scores of 10-0 and 14-5 in Marcusen Park Tuesday. Read more | Add your comment

Track and field: Packer girls win home invite

The Austin girls track and field team took first at a triangular in Larry Gilbertson track and field Tuesday. Read more | Add your comment

  1. Track and field: Packer boys take second at AL  | Add your comment
  2. GMLOKS girls win Triton track meet  | Add your comment
  3. Blooming Prairie softball team edges out Randolph  | Add your comment
  4. Golf: Hayfield’s Becker takes second in Triton  | Add your comment
  5. Wingers beat Austin baseball team in extra innings  | Add your comment
  6. Lyle-Pacelli softball team scores first win of the season  | Add your comment
  7. Softball: Big inning slows down Packers  | Add your comment
  8. Hulne: Bachnak provides agitation and leadership for Bruins  | Add your comment
  9. Packer golfers take second at home triangular  | Add your comment
  10. Hayfield softball team tops Goodhue  | Add your comment
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