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NEVADA: The Coon Rapids-Bayard Crusaders fell in a heartbreaker against the Grundy Center Spartans with a final score 5-4 in the nail-biter final playoff before State at Nevada SCORE recreation athletic complex Tuesday.

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The field is set, and if the substate tournaments were anything to judge, this year’s class 1A and 2A state baseball tournaments will feature a couple of wild days at Merchants Park.

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His third hit of the season was a memorable one. At the time, it seemed like it might just give life to the Tigers when they needed it most.

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SIOUX FALLS, SOUTH DAKOTA: The list of plaudits continues to grow for University of North Dakota 2020-21 women’s basketball graduate Julia Fleecs as she was named The Summit League’s Female Scholar-Athlete of the Year on Thursday, July 15. Fleecs is the first Fighting Hawk to earn the distin…

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Once they were up to bat, the Knights were seemingly there to stay.

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PERRY: It would have been easy to panic when their two-run lead in the first inning disappeared. No one would have wondered why panic set in when Perry started to eat away at the Carroll lead late in the game.

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With just one out in the bottom of the first, one at-bat reminded everyone why every single trip to the plate is important.

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The road is set. The only question remains, who will travel down the road the farthest?

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They needed this one, and even after they had to adjust on the fly, they were able to get it.

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South Central Calhoun second baseman Olivia Toms (left) reaches back to tag out Glidden-Ralston’s Lauren Hulsing (16) during a play in the second inning. Toms later would toss the ball over to first to complete a double play. South Central Calhoun won the June 22 game 15-1 in three innings. …

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As the mom of a Kuemper Catholic High School softball player, Kim Hilgenberg is hoping to see a lot of action when the Knights host Glidden-Ralston in a varsity game next Tuesday.