Three teams earn championships from Nelson Softball League season

Menace-Corral, H-Boyd Nelson and The Softball Team-Klimek Brothers all won league titles.

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The Nelson Softball League's Thursday co-ed championship team includes, back, left to right, Corey Sovich, Josiah Rostad, Chad Shultz, Brian Alvstad, Erich Murphy; front row, Paige Honkomp, Autumn Botz, Joan Paulzine, Courtney Gavin and Shayla Bosch. Not pictured is Kendra Hardy. (Contributed photo)

The Nelson Softball League wrapped up another summer of play in late August as three different championship teams were crowned from the league.

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The Monday men's Nelson Softball League championship team of H-Boyd Nelson features team members, back, left to right, Matt Hoelscher, Kendell Proell, Kevin Kueffler, Tony Roggenbuck, Matt Levine, Cory Collins, front row, Derek Waldvogel, Drew Fearing, Joey Andreason, Scott Schmidt and Dominic Baker. (Contributed photo)

Menace-Corral won the Monday women’s league, while H-Boyd Nelson took the Monday men’s league, and The Softball Team-Klimek Brothers took the Thursday co-ed league.


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The Nelson Softball League's Monday women's championship team consists of, back row, left to right, Kelsey Kaiser, Dana Jesnowski, Sarah Hendrickson, Becky Schlichting, Jackie Stifter, Natalie Beyer, Jo Hadley, front row, Carrigan Okerland, Mikki Pikkeraine, Jaden Klimek, Brooke Ostendorf and Mercedes Doucette. (Contributed photo)

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Eric Morken is a sports and outdoor editor at the Echo Press Newspaper in Alexandria, Minnesota, a property of the Forum News Service. Morken covers a variety of stories throughout the Douglas County area, as well as statewide outdoor issues.
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