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The Osakis legion baseball team fell to 2-2 Thursday with a 7-0 loss to Morris. Brady Berberich, Hunter Infanger, Logan Hartshorn and Carter Rost each had a hit in the contest. The only Osakis (Post 7902) scoring threat came in the first inning. Berberich led off with a hit and advanced 90 feet on a fielder’s choice, but the Morris shortstop caught him trying to advance to third on a grounder and Werven was caught stealing to end the threat.
The Carlos Cubs youth baseball and tee ball program meet every Monday and Wednesday evening in June and July. But Wednesday, June 21, was a special night in which they celebrated the $10,000 grant they received from the Twins Community Fund. The money will be used to rebuild a dugout at Fireman’s Field in Carlos.
The Post 188 legion baseball team used four straight singles in the bottom of the sixth inning to take the lead and hold on to claim a 5-2 win Monday against Osakis. Made up of players from Brandon-Evansville and West Central Area, Post 188 jumped on the board when Jake Hintermeister singled and scored in the first, but the bats cooled off in a hurry after that.
The Alexandria boys golf team is tied for seventh place with a 318 after the first day of the Class AAA state meet held at Bunker Hills Golf Course in Coon Rapids on Tuesday. Noah Boraas led the way with a 75, while Will Odland followed with an 80. Nic VanOrsdel and Hunter Rebrovich posted respective scores of 81 and 82 to round out the team score, and Blake Bloedorn’s 85 and Ben Dirck’s 92 weren’t used in the scoring.
The Osakis girls golf team competed in the first day of the Class AA state meet on Tuesday at the Ridges at Sand Creek. With just four golfers at the meet, the team put up a score of 414 after 18 holes. Junior Alayna Eldred led the way with a 77, while freshman Lexi Dirkes posted a 99. Kadyn Triebenbach, an eighth grader, carded a 108, and Marissa Reilly finished with a 130.
Minnewaska senior Ashlyn Guggisberg carded a 73 at the Ridges at Sand Creek on Tuesday to lead the girls golf team in the first day of the state meet. Sophomore Madi McGinty followed with an 85 and Emily Harste a 92. Grace names and Greta Reichmann each posted 97s, and Annika Stensrud rounded out the roster with a 98. As a team, the Lakers recorded a 347 after the first 18 holes.
The Osakis track and field team had six athletes compete at the Class A state meet at Hamline University on Saturday. The boys 4x100 team of seniors Jacob Jones and Gage Larson and juniors Phillip Mathews and Colton Waldvogel took eighth place with a time of 44.55. Their Friday preliminary time of 44.29 surpassed the school record, but they said Saturday’s race was one of the cleanest they’d run all season.
The Alexandria track and field season came to a close Saturday afternoon, but not before several athletes took places on the podium after finishing in the top nine in their events. Freshman thrower Mya Lesnar had the highest place among the Cardinals, taking third in the shot put with a finals distance of 43 feet, 1.25 inches.
The Alexandria girls 4x100 relay had the highest finish out of the many area athletes competing at the track and field state tournament at Hamline University on Friday, taking fourth place with a time of 48.96. Hanna Quitmeyer, Syri Williams, Kaye Pashka and Kelby Olson-Rodel will compete in the finals at 11:05 Saturday. Pashka advanced individually in the 300-meter hurdles, crossing the line at 45.50 for eighth place.
The Brandon-Evansville baseball team ended Parkers Prairie’s 17-game winning streak last week, but the two teams met in the last game of the Section 6A loser’s bracket Thursday and the Panthers came out on top by a 6-2 score. With the loss, the Chargers season ends with a 15-10 record, including an impressive three-win playoff run.