Softball

Thu
07
Aug

Oakdale baseball, softball champs


The Flaming Cardinals won the girls’ championship: First row, from left: Nicole James and McKenna Jones. Second row: Haley Knoblauch, Stella Wright, Emily Knoblauch and Gracelyn Katchmark-Juhl. Third row: Katelyn Hackman, Madelena Nasby, Abby Murphy, Abby Nason, Alexis Radanke and Jayne Carvelli. Coaches not pictured: Jeremy Hackman, Mike James, Tom Knoblauch and Shane Nason.

Recently the Oakdale boys’ first grade baseball, and girls’ first and second grade softball rookies held their year-end championships at Oakdale’s Walton Park.

Wed
11
Jun

Polars win one, lose two; end up in fourth place in state Class AAA softball action

The North softball nine returned to state tournament softball action for the first time since 2011 that was held in North Mankato June 5-6.

Thu
05
Jun

Softball: Polars advance in section play with win over Stillwater

The North Polars were cruising along May 28 in semifinal Section 4AAA softball action at the McKnight Fields complex.
At the end of five innings North - behind the slants of hurler Haley Schanks - had a comfortable 5-0 leeway over their opponent, the Stillwater Ponies.

Wed
04
Jun

Huskies fastpitch takes the long road to state

Prior to this season, the St. Anthony Village High School fastpitch softball team had been to the state tournament six times, all under current head coach Lamar Brendemuehl.

Wed
04
Jun

Notes: Some tidbits worth noting

Notable News — Congratulations are in order

Wed
04
Jun

Softball: North girls headed to state tournament


North High Polars are excited to be awarded the Class AAA Championship individual medals and team trophy May 29. (Linda Baumeister/Review)

Polars shutout Woodbury Royals; next stop North Mankato
In the finals of the Section 4AAA softball tournament May 29 at the McKnight Fields softball complex, the No. 1-seeded North High Polars defeated the Woodbury Royals 7-0 to gain a trip to the Minnesota State Class AAA Softball Tournament.

Wed
28
May

Fastpitch softball round-up

• A schedule change pushed the final two rounds of loser’s-bracket play in Section 4AA past the early holiday deadline for this edition of the Bulletin. St. Anthony Village was one of the teams involved in those games.
• Rain early last week pushed all the games in the Section 5AAA playoffs back a day, meaning Irondale’s third game was played past the early deadline for this edition of the Bulletin.
• The Mustangs saw their season come to an end in the third round of the Section 4AAA playoffs last week. Mounds View went 1-2 in the post-season and finished the year with a record of 8-15.

Wed
28
May

Softball: It was oh so close

North’s Haley Schanks nearly has perfect game
Prior to the Section 4AAA softball game with East Ridge, North High pitcher Haley Schanks said, “I’m excited. I hope we have a good game.”

Tue
27
May

Raiders go 2-2 in post-season

For the Roseville Area High School fastpitch softball team, .500 seemed to be its destiny this season. The Raiders finished the regular season with an even record and did the same in the post-season.

Tue
20
May

Softball: South St. Paul takes it on the chin at North

Packers rebound against Titans in doubleheader action
In makeup Classic Suburban Conference softball action Wednesday, May 14 at McKnight Fields, the North High power-hitters dismantled the Packers by a score of 22-3 in a five-inning game.
“We started out OK,” said South St. Paul head coach Paul Moen, “but then we never have fared well against North. That 13-run inning really hurt us.”

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