TUESDAY - AUGUST 4,  2015

SETH HEPPNER FINISHES RUNNER UP AT 91ST ANNUAL BIRCHMONT GOLF TOURNAMENT

Several Crookstonites competed in the 91st Annual Birchmont Golf Tournament at the Bemidji Town and Country Club, with Seth Heppner finishing runner up in the men’s championship division!

In the Men’s Division, Seth Heppner led the way in qualifying with a 36 hole score of 148 (4 over), which was tied for 13th to make the championship flight.  Wyatt Hanson shot a 149, good for a tie for 16th, Dane Anderson shot a 150 for 19th place, and Nick Bergan (formerly of Crookston) shot a 153 for 30th place.  All four qualified for the championship flight.
Crookston golfers that didn’t make the cut were -
Josh Baldock – 157
Isaac Westlake – 163

In the Men’s match play portion of the tournament -

Seth Heppner beat Dane Anderson in the first round.
In the second round Heppner beat Bergan 3 & 2.
In the third round, Heppner beat Andrew Benson of Bemidji 8 & 7.
In the semi-finals, Heppner beat Chad Skarperud of Fargo.
In the championship, Nick Schaefer of Grand Forks beat Heppner in 19 holes!!

Dane Anderson and Wyatt Hanson lost their two matches.

In the Presidential flight, Josh Baldock lost both of his matches and was eliminated.


In the women’s Division (only 14 golfers) – The defending champ, Katie Sheetz (UMC golfer from Grand Rapids) defended her title and Crookston’s Maddie Nicholls turned in a 101 in qualifying and lost her first match and was eliminated.
 

In the Junior Tournament, Crookston had three golfers – Brock Heppner, Ethan Christopherson and Parker Nicholls.

Brock Heppner won his first match by beating Parker Philbrick of Fargo and lost to Nick Manske of Grand Forks and dropped to the consolation bracket.  Brock beat Bryce Bye of Fargo and lost to Brandon McGarry of Grand Forks in the consolation championship.
Charles Eickhof, and Ethan Christopherson lost their first matches and were eliminated.

In the Junior 2nd Flight, Parker Nicholls lost his first match to Keaton Gilbertson of Grand Forks, but bounced back to beat Hunter Burnside of Detroit Lakes to advance to the consolations championship and he beat Seth Badolato of Grand Forks to win the consolation championship.
 

In the Masters Championship Division – Chuck Hiller of Crookston lost his first match to Ed Horihan of Gilbert, Arizona and was eliminated.

 

 

MONDAY - AUGUST 3,  2015

CROOKSTON REDS FALL TO THIEF RIVER FALLS IN GAME THREE, SEASON COMES TO AN END

The Crookston Reds Amateur Baseball team won the first game of the best of three series at Jim Karn Field in Crookston, but lost the next two games in Thief River Falls as the Thieves held off a big rally in the top of the ninth inning to hold on for a 9-6 victory to win the Northwest Border League third place series to advance to the region tournament.

Thief River Falls took a 3-0 lead in the first inning when former Red player, Chance Keefe singled, Lars Brevik reached on a fielders choice and Robbie Glass doubled to score two runs for a 2-0 lead.  Jake Howe singled with two outs to score Glass and Thief River Falls, which has several Red Lake Falls kids on the team, took a 3-0 lead.
Thief River Falls scored another run in the third inning, taking advantage of an error for a 4-0 lead.  Crookston responded with a run in the fourth inning when player/manager Justin Johnson reached on a walk, Matt Morin singled, Cody Wardner reached on an error to load the bases.  Jon Olsen singled to score Johnson and Crookston trailed 4-1.  Thief River Falls added three runs in the fifth and two runs in the sixth to take a commanding 9-1 lead.  The Reds had their work cut out for them and they battled until the final out by scoring a run in the eighth inning after a Cody Wardner double and Richie Navratil ground out scored Wardner to bring Crookston within a 9-2 deficit.  The Reds kept plugging away in the ninth inning when Cody Magsam and Johnson had back to back singles, Morin was hit by a pitch to load the bases.  The next Reds batter struck out and Olsen doubled to score two runs.  The rally wasn't over as Parker Epema doubled to score Olsen and the Reds trailed 9-6.  The next batter grounded out and Thief River Falls held on to the 9-6 victory to advance to the Region tournament.

 

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Ryan Paasch - Crox 8 9 9 7 6 4
No TRF stats available            

For Crookston
Matt Morin was 2 for 3, run, two hit by pitches
Jon Olsen was 2 for 5, 3 rbi's, run
Parker Epema was 2 for 5, rbi

 

 

 

THURSDAY - JULY 30,  2015

CROOKSTON CROCODILE SWIMMERS TURN IN SOLID PERFORMANCES AT STATE MEET

The Crookston Crocs swim team had a great showing in the 2015 ND Long Course State Championship Meet held July 24 – 26 at the BSC Aquatic and Wellness Center in Bismarck, ND.  The team competed in 16 events and came away with 7 medals and 6 ribbons.  Medals are awarded to the first through eighth places with gold, silver, and bronze going to the top three while ribbons are awarded for ninth through 16th places.
"Each swimmer has worked extremely hard this summer and although some of them placed in some higher positions, they all cut an enormous amount of time.  As a guide, all top 20 finishes receive team points, so any top 20 place is awesome," said Coach Erdman. "We have to extend another Thank You to the Crookston School District as they took special care of the Crocs and Wellness Programs this summer.  With the pool closing due to the much needed improvements last summer, we didn’t have a Long Course Season.  When we heard of the pool closing in July this summer, Chris Bates was quick to let us know he made special arrangements for us.  Thanks for monitoring the chemicals and allowing us to continue to practice.  The only way for our swimmers to have been so successful at State was the availability of our pool."


            Kenzie Aamoth, Elizabeth Erdman, Maddie Hoiland, and Ethan Erdman.

Here’s a recap of each swimmer.

Elizabeth Erdman was wearing Gold for the second time in as many State Meets.  She has continued to work hard with her butterfly and took the State Championship in the 200 Butterfly cutting over 9 seconds on her time.  Here are her times:
100 Fly 1:18.21   6th place
800 Free 11:24.27 5th place
200 IM 2:50.98 5th place
100 Free 1:08.92 16th
200 Fly 3:01.85 1st
400 Free 5:25.70 14th

With the first place finish, Elizabeth qualifies for the Central Zones Championship Meet held August 7 – 9 at the University of Minnesota, Minneapolis campus.  "Elizabeth is very excited for the opportunity to be a part of the meet and have the opportunity to see some of the best swimmers in the central part of the United States," said Coach Erdman.

Kenzie Aamoth attended her first Long Course State Meet in her first season of Long Course.  "Although this was her first year, she has done very well in improving her technique/endurance and also cut large amounts of time from her previous bests," said Coach Erdman.
100 Free 1:31.95  13th
50 Fly 50.24  10th
50 Free  41.38  14th
50 Back  50.19  11th

Maddie Hoiland is back after an injury and worked hard all summer to get herself to the State Meet.  "Maddie improved in her times considerably from the start of the season and I look forward to seeing her improve even more as she continues on," said Coach Erdman.
100 Breast 1:43.08  8th
100 Free 1:23.08  20th

Ethan Erdman enjoyed his first State Meet and second meet ever with two medals.  "Ethan started our Wellness Program last fall with his best friend not knowing too much regarding the different strokes," said Coach Erman. "He continued on over this summer season and joined the Crocs at the very last meet.  It was exciting to see him qualify for two events for state and it has made him thirsty for more next season."
100 Breast  2:04.59  5th
50 Breast  55:53  5th

Some of the Crocs didn’t get too much of a rest as the Pirate Girl’s Swim Team started Captain’s Dryland Practice this Monday.  The Crocs and Wellness will be starting up their Fall/Winter Season in September.  More information will be posted on their website www.crookstoncrocs.org.  Also, checkout the Crookston Crocodile Swim Team and Crookston Wellness Swimming on Facebook.

 

 

MONDAY - JULY 27,  2015

CROOKSTON HIGH SCHOOL TO HOLD THE PARENTS, ATHLETES, COACHES MEETING AUGUST 3

Crookston High School will be holding the Parent, Athlete and Coaches (PAC) meeting on August 3 at the HIGHLAND School Auditorium at 7:00 p.m.  “The PAC meeting is set for August 3 at the high school auditorium unless the parking lot is not ready so people should listen to see if there is a change,” said Greg Garmen, Crookston High School Activities Director. “It is important to show up and meet the coaches, learn about the online payment plan and anything new as to rules for the athletes. It is important to get the information at the meeting and we will be sending out a mailing, get all the paperwork done, learn about physicals and anyone with questions will be answered.”
Event schedules are on the school website and brought up to date daily.  “The school website has the schedules on activities,” said Garmen. “There is a notify me button that will send out any changes or cancellations or postponement if people sign up to get notified.”
Anyone with questions can contact Garmen at the high school or by calling 281-5313.

 

 

SUNDAY - JULY 26,  2015

CROOKSTON REDS LOSE GAME TWO AND SERIES TO ROSEAU, WILL PLAY IN THIRD PLACE SERIES

The Crookston Reds Amateur Baseball team traveled to Roseau needing to win game two to force a third and final game of the first round of the Northwest Border League playoffs, but Roseau scored five runs in the eighth inning for a 13-10 victory to win the series 2-0 and Crookston will now play Thief River Falls in the third place series starting Wednesday evening in Thief River Falls.
Roseau took a 2-0 lead in the first inning taking advantage of two walks, back-to-back singles and a sacrifice.  Crookston answered with a run in the third inning when Jon Olson walked, Parker Epema singled and a run scored on a single by Matt Morin to bring Crookston within a 2-1 deficit.  Roseau opened the game up with three runs in the fifth inning on a three run home run by Nathan Voll for a 5-1 lead.  Crookston responded in a big way in the top of the sixth inning when Morin walked and the next two batters stuck out and grounded out.  The Reds put a big two out rally together with Cody Wardner and Adam Donarski singling, Olson was hit by a pitch, Epema and Cody Magsam reached on errors.  The inning wasn't over with four runs already scoring as Morin, Richie Navratil, and Josh Edlund all had rbi singles for a seven run inning and they took a 8-5 lead.  Roseau responded with two runs in the sixth inning and one more run in the seventh to tie the game at 8-8.  In the top of the eighth inning the Reds put a good rally together with a two rbi double by Wardner for a 10-8 lead, but in the bottom of the eighth inning Roseau broke the game open with five runs in the inning with a walk, double and single and then the big blows of back-to-back home runs for a 13-10 lead.  Roseau held on to win the game 13-10 and won the series 2-0.
Crookston will play Thief River Falls in the Northwest Border League playoffs in the third place series with the winner of the series advancing to the region tournament and the losers season coming to an end.  Game one will be at Thief River Falls on Wednesday evening.

 

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Richie Navratil - Crox (LP) 7.1 11 12 12 6 2
Aaron Arneson - Crox .2 1 1 1 0 0
No Roseau stats available            

For Crookston
Matt Morin - 2 for 3, 2 runs, 2 rbi's, walk, hit by pitch
Cody Wardner - 2 for 4, 3 rbi's, run, walk, double
Justin Johnson - 2 for 5, run, rbi
Adam Donarski - 2 for 5, run

 

UMC FOOTBALL CAMP HOSTS OVER 40 STUDENT-ATHLETES

Over 40 ninth through 12th grade football players attended the University of Minnesota Crookston Golden Eagle Football camp.  The camp is a non-contact, non-padded football camp and included: speed and agility training, combine testing, position specific coaching, individual instruction, drill work and competitive situations.  The camp also included important information regarding academic eligibility, the recruiting process and other character components that make or break a football career.  The UMC Football coaching staff hosted the camp.  The camp started with a short campus tour, an NCAA clearinghouse information session where parents and players learned what classes they need to take to be NCAA eligible.  The coaches stressed the better GPA and ACT score the student-athlete gets, they will earn more academic scholarship money.  The 40-plus campers came from all over the area and as far as the Twin Cities.


            Head UMC Football coach, Mike Fritze, welcomes the campers

 

 

FRIDAY - JULY 24,  2015

CROOKSTON REDS START FIRST ROUND OF NORTHWEST BORDER PLAYOFFS

The Crookston Reds Amatuer Baseball team gave up six runs in the sixth inning and that was the difference as Roseau won game one of the first round best of three series in the Northwest Border League playoffs at Jim Karn Field in Crookston. 
Roseau started the scoring in the third inning with two singles and a triple to score two runs and then had a single to score another run for a 3-0 lead.  Crookston responded with two runs of their own in the bottom of the third inning when Cody Magsam and Justin Johnson had back-to-back singles and Matt Morin walked.  Magsam scored on a balk and Richie Navratil singled to score the second run of the inning and Roseau led 3-2.
Roseau singled to start the fourth inning and then scored a run on an error for a 4-2 lead.  Roseau broke the game open when they scored six runs in the sixth inning.  The leadoff batter singled, the second batter reached on an error, there was two more singles, a hit batter and a couple of walks and another hit to score the six runs and Roseau led 10-2.  Crookston tried to put a ninth inning rally together when Cody Wardner pinch hit and singled to start the inning, Parker Epema pinch hit and singled, Benge walked to score a run and Brandon Kresl was hit by a pitch to score another run, but that was all Crookston would get as Roseau held on for a 10-4 victory.
Crookston will travel to Roseau and play game two on Sunday at 3:00 p.m.  If Roseau wins the series is over, if Crookston wins the third and final game of the series would be played right after game two.

 

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Brent Stahlecker - Crox 4 7 4 3 1 2
Ryan Paasch - Crox 1 4 6 5 2 1
Aaron Arneson - Crox 4 5 0 0 1 3
No Roseau stats available            

For Crookston
Cody Magsam - 2 for 4, 2 walks, run
Justin Johnson - 2 for 4, run
Cody Wardner - 1 for 1, run
Parker Epema - 1 for 1, run

 

 

UMC FOOTBALL TO HOLD A FOOTBALL CAMP ON JULY 26

The University of Minnesota Crookston football program will hold an individual football camp Sunday, July 26 from 10:30 a.m. to 4:15 p.m. at the UMC Sports Center and Jim LeClair Practice Fields. 

The camp is for students in grades 9 through 12 and will be a non-contact, non-padded football camp and will include: speed and agility training, combine testing, position specific coaching, individual instruction, drill work and competitive situations. The camp also includes important information regarding academic eligibility, the recruiting process and other character components that make or break a football career.

The camp costs $25 and opens at 10:30 a.m. with Check In. If you have questions or are interested in participating in the camp contact Assistant Coach Taylor Summers at 
tsummers@umn.edu or register online by going to http://abcsportscamps.com/umcfootball.

 

 

 

THURSDAY - JULY 23,  2015

CROOKSTON LEGION BASEBALL TEAM LOSES A HEARTBREAKER TO END SEASON

The Crookston American Legion Nels T. Wold Post #20 Baseball team was leading 3-0 going into the bottom of the seventh inning, but Barnesville had five hits, took advantage of an error and used a suicide squeeze to score the game winning run for a 4-3 come from behind victory in a loser out game at the District 9 Division II American Legion Baseball tournament in Roseau.
Crookston got things going right away when Chris Wavra led off the game with a walk, the next two batters were retired before Aaron Hollcraft singled to left-center field to score Wavra for a 1-0 lead.  Joey Koenig singled up the middle and Cody Wardner singled up the middle to score Hollcraft to give Crookston a 2-0 lead.  In the second inning Crookston had bases loaded after Cody Weiland was hit by a pitch, Wavra and Cody Magsam singled.  Seth Desrosier hit a ground ball to the third baseman and he got the out at home, but bases were still loaded with two outs.  The next batter grounded out and the Crookston threat was over.  In the bottom of the second inning, Barnesville had runners at first and second, but didn’t score.  In the bottom of the fourth inning, Barnesville had another threat when they loaded the bases with one out, but Hollcraft was able to strikeout the next two batters to get out of the jam and Crookston still led 2-0.  In the top of the seventh inning, Crookston’s Hollcraft led off with a single to right field and advanced to second on a wild pitch and moved over to third on a sacrifice bunt by Joey Koenig.  Cody Wardner followed with a single up the middle to score Hollcraft and Crookston led 3-0.  After walks to Mikey Hajostek and Cody Weiland the bases were loaded with two outs, but the next batter was retired and Crookston led 3-0 going into the bottom of the seventh inning.  Hollcraft had only given up five hits through the first six innings and all of a sudden Barnesville’s bats woke up.  Jared Affield led off with a single to the left side of the infield, Zach Anderson singled and Graham Sauve hit a ground ball to the short stop and Cody Magsam wasn’t able to make the play and booted the ball, allowing a run to score and runners were at first and second.  The next Barnesville batter popped out to third base for the first out of the inning.  Jack Lien ripped another single right field and another run came into score and Alex Mcintyre singled and Ben Sauve hit a line drive up the middle off of Hollcraft for the fifth single of the inning to score the third run of the inning to tie the game at 3-3 with one out.  Cody Wardner came into to pitch and on his first pitch, Barnesville had a suicide squeeze on and Brady Martz squared to bunt as Jack Lien was sprinting home from third and laid down a perfect bunt and the winning run came into score and Barnesville won the game 4-3 in come from behind fashion in a heartbreaking loss for Crookston to end the season. 
Crookston’s season ends with a record of 11-11 and Barnesville improves to 11-7 on the year and will play the loser of Red Lake County and Breckenridge on Friday at 11:30 a.m. in Roseau.

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CROOKSTON 2 0 0 0 0 0 1 3 8 2
Barnesville 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 4 11 1

 

Pitching  IP H R ER BB HBP SO
Aaron Hollcraft - Crox 6.1 10 4 2 1 1 6
Cody Wardner - Crox 0 1 0 0 0 0 0
Ben Sauve - Barnesville 6.2 8 3 3 3 3 5
Alex Mcintyre - Barnesville .1 0 0 0 0 0 0

For Crookston-
Cody Wardner - 3 for 4, 2 rbi's
Aaron Hollcraft - 2 for 4, 2 runs, rbi

For Barnesville -
Jack Lien - 3-4, rbi, game winning run
Ben Sauve - 2 for 3, rbi, double, hit by pitch
Brady Martz - 2 for 4, game winning rbi
Zach Anderson - 2 for 4, run

 


UMC OFFICIALLY HIRES KAMILLE WAHLIN AS ASSISTANT ATHLETIC DIRECTOR/SENIOR WOMEN'S ADMINISTRATOR

The University of Minnesota Crookston athletic department announced the promotion of Kamille Wahlin to Assistant Athletic Director/Senior Women’s Administrator in charge of Marketing and Promotions. Wahlin, a native of Crookston has spent the past two seasons as an assistant coach for the UMC women’s basketball team and will remain in that role, in addition to her new responsibilities. “We are excited to be able keep someone of Kamille Wahlin’s character and work ethic a part of the UMC family,” said Director of Athletics Stephanie Helgeson. “We were impressed with Kamille’s vision for the position and excited to have someone who knows and loves UMC and the Crookston community continue to be a part of our athletic department.”

In addition to her duties as Senior Woman’s Administrator and the Director of Marketing and Promotions, Wahlin will also be the advisor for the Student-Athlete Advisory Committee and NCAA Champs/Life Skills program. “I am excited to take on this new role at UMC,” In my first two years on campus I’ve enjoyed working with everyone in the department and on campus. This new opportunity allows me to help the athletic department as it continues to grow in a great direction. I want to thank Stephanie and the committee for trusting me with this position.” 
Wahlin has been an integral part of Coach Mike Roysland’s coaching staff the last two seasons, helping the Golden Eagles to unprecedented success. The Golden Eagles finished third in the NSIC North during the 2013-14 and hosted UMC’s first-ever home playoff game, which they won against Concordia University, St. Paul, to advance to the NSIC/Sanford Health Tournament. Wahlin has also been responsible for helping tutor Alexa Thielman, who has improved throughout her time in the Maroon and Gold, earning All-NSIC First Team last season.
In addition to serving as assistant coach, Wahlin has also been in charge of running intramurals at UMC the past two years.

Prior to her return to her hometown, Wahlin was a four-year standout basketball player at the University of Iowa. During her time at Iowa, Wahlin was a 1,000 point scorer for the Hawkeyes and averaged 11.7 point per game, 2.37 rebounds per game and 3.33 assists per game. Wahlin is believed to be the first University of Iowa freshman to record a double-double in her first career start as she tallied 14 points and 10 assists versus the University of Michigan Jan. 26, 2009. During her career she connected on 230 three-pointers, which ranks second in school history, third in assists and eighth in career scoring. She was selected to the All-Big Ten Third Team as a sophomore and a senior and the All-Big Ten Honorable Mention squad as a junior. She broke the school record for three-pointers attempted in a single season with 225 as a sophomore and tied the school mark for three’s made with 84. She served as a team captain as a sophomore, junior and senior.
 
During her prep career at Crookston High School, Wahlin led the team to a 114-18 mark in four years including a third-place finish at the Minnesota Class AA State Tournament as a senior in 2007-08 and a second-place finish as a sophomore in 2005-06. She was a McDonald’s All-American nominee, as well as a 2008 Miss Minnesota Basketball finalist. Wahlin averaged 19.8 points, 6.1 assists and 4.5 rebounds as a senior for the Pirates. She was a Coaches Association first team pick and an Associated Press second team all-state pick during her senior campaign.

Wahlin graduated from the University of Iowa in May of 2013. She is currently working toward her Master’s degree at University of North Dakota.

 

 

WEDNESDAY - JULY 22,  2015

CROOKSTON AMERICAN LEGION BASEBALL FALLS TO DGF IN FIRST ROUND OF DISTRICT TOURNAMENT

The Crookston American Legion Nels T. Wold Post #20 Baseball team gave up five runs in the first three innings and weren’t able to recover as the Dilworth-Glyndon-Felton (DGF) Post #397 held on for a 9-4 victory in the first round of the District 9 Division II American Legion Baseball Tournament in Roseau.
DGF took advantage of Crookston control problems with the leadoff batter walking and the next batter was hit by a pitch.  The two would come into score on a double by Keith Sieling to give DGF a 2-0 lead.  DGF had a threat in the second inning when they had two more batters get hit by a pitch, but Crookston was able to get out of the inning without giving up a run.  
In the third inning DGF struck again when the first two batters walked , which was followed by a fielders choice to retire the lead runner.  DGF followed with back-to-back rbi singles and another run came into score on a wild pitch for a 5-0 lead.  Crookston scored their first runs of the game in the sixth inning when Seth Desrosier walked and Aaron Hollcraft hit a chopper to the first baseman who tried to get the lead out at second and hit Desrosier in the back.  The ball rolled into centerfield and allowed both runners to advance and Crookston had runners at second and third.  Joey Koenig hit a fly ball to center field to score Desrosier and Tanner Reinhart singled to score Hollcraft and Crookston trailed 5-2 after six innings.  Crookston’s Joey Koenig was pitching well and shut down DGF for three innings, but in the seventh inning DGF was able to lock in as they had five hits and scored four big runs to take a 9-2 lead going into the bottom of the seventh.  Give Crookston credit, they finished strong with singles by Mikey Hajostek and Desrosier.  Hollcraft blasted a line drive off the top of the right field fence, about a foot from a home run to score Hajostek.  Koenig followed with a fly ball to center field to score another run, but that was all they would get in a 9-4 loss.
Dilworth-Glyndon-Felton improves to 16-8 on the year and will play Stephen-Argyle in the winners bracket at 4:30 p.m. on Thursday.
Crookston drops to 11-10 on the year and will play Barnesville in a loser out game at 11:30 a.m. on Thursday.

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        Joey Koenig pitching in relief                     Cody Weiland with a swing

First round 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 R H E
Dilworth-G-F 2 0 3 0 0 0 4 9 10 1
CROOKSTON 0 0 0 0 0 2 2 4 8 1


       Cody Magsam lays down a bunt for a single

Pitching  IP H R ER BB HBP SO
Seth Desrosier - Crox 3 4 5 5 3 4 2
Joey Koenig - Crox 4 6 4 3 2 0 2
Tyler Madson - DGF 7 8 4 3 2 0 6

For Crookston-
Joey Koenig - 2 for 2, 2 rbi's
Blake Kawlewski - 1 for 1
Seth Desrosier - 1 for 3, 2 runs
Aaron Hollcraft - 1 for 4, run, rbi, double
Mikey Hajostek - 1 for 4, run
Cody Magsam - 1 for 3
Tanner Reinhart - 1 for 3, rbi


For Dilworth-Glyndon-Felton-
Keith Sieling - 2 for 3, 2 rbi's
Zach Dukleth - 2 for 4, 2 runs

 

 

 

CROOKSTON BANTAM SOFTBALL TEAM FINISHES SECOND

The Crookston Bantam Softball team had a great performance in a tournament, winning three games and losing one.  The team is coached by two Pirate Softball players, Tori Demarais and Tiffany Hanson.

In the first game Crookston #2 beat Win-E-Mac 7-4
Second game Crookston lost to Thief River Falls 6-1
Third game - Crookston beat Crookston #1 - 6-5
Fourth game - Crookston beat Bagley 5-2


        The team with their medals after going 3-1 on the day

 

 
 

 


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