DL News Staff
Carolyn E. Jacobs, 94, of Castine, Maine, died Monday, June 12, 2006, at DeBary, Fla., at the home of her daughter, Joan. Carolyn was born June 7, 1912 in Lowell, Ma. She graduated from the North Shore Baby Hospital in Boston and later was a nurse's aide at the Castine Hospital. She was the wife of Commander George P. Jacobs, an instructor at the Maine Maritime Academy. Commander Jacobs died in 1979 and is buried in the Castine Cemetery. Survivors include three sons, Paul Jacobs of Gainesville, Va., Dixi (Eleanor) Jacobs of Lake Park, George H.
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The Minnesota Farm Bureau Federation commented Tuesday to the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service on de-listing of the gray wolf in the Western Great Lakes Region. "The de-listing of the gray wolf would ensure that farmers and ranchers would be able to take adequate steps in preventing livestock depredation by gray wolves," said MFBF President Kevin Paap.
Six games in five days looks as if it's taken a toll on the Detroit Lakes summer softball team, as the Lakers have strayed off course in the midst of a six-game losing streak. Tuesday's home game against Ada-Borup was proof of a heavy schedule over the course of the last five days, as DL was swept by the visitors by the scores of 3-1 and 15-9 to drop the team to 5-7 overall. "There just wasn't any energy (Tuesday)," said DL head coach Noah Johnson. "It looked as if we were sleeping out there.
As the Detroit Lakes American Legion Post 15 pitchers found out this past weekend, wood bats are easier to contend with. The Abderdeen (S.D.) Legion baseball tournament sported a wood bat-only format, with the DL hurlers eating up innings left and right. In the five games Post 15 played, four of its pitchers went complete games, while in the last game of the tourney for DL, the team ended up using only two. In the 32 innings pitched, the Lakers gave up just six runs, while the defense made just three errors.
Errors put a crimp in the Dent Wildcats' plans Sunday, with a 9-5 loss in Deer Creek in league play. Despite Dent getting on top early, the Shockers came back via a barrage of Dent errors to win. Dent started the game off by scoring three runs in the top of the first innings. Andy Marthaler walked, Brock Collins singled and after a Jeff Ronning sac bunt, Jason Hofmann doubled in two runs. Hofmann later scored on an error by the Shocker third baseman. Wadena-Deer Creek tightened the game in the second inning, scoring two runs on a hit and three errors to make the score 3-2.
There's a new course record at the Wildflower Golf Course. Monday, during the 103rd Minnesota Golf Association sectional qualifying round, Lee Cavanagh of Perham shot a new Wildflower Golf Course record, with a seven-under par 65. His round consisted of seven birdies and 11 pars. "A bogey-free round at Wildflower golf course is remarkable ball striking throughout an entire round," said Bill Hensel, PGA Head Professional at Wildflower. A par-saving 20-foot putt on the 17th hole topped off Cavanagh's spectacular round, which included only 24 putts.
The Perham Pirates increased their lead over the Hi-10 pack with an unscathed mark, taking three league wins this past weekend. The streak started with an 11-2 win over New York Mills Friday, followed by a 7-2 triumph over Vergas Saturday and a 7-6 victory over Fergus Falls Sunday. The Pirates jumped on top in the third frame against NYM, with five runs including RBI singles by Shawn Ohman, Matt Richter and Jeremy Morgenroth, to go along with a bases-loaded walk to Peyton Burkman.
All the stars will align on Friday night in Dent at Jake Wolford Baseball Field, as the Countryside/Hi-10 Amateur Baseball teams match up against the Lake & Pine North and South Leagues for bragging rights in the 2006 All-Star Game. The festivities will begin with a Home Run Derby set for 7 p.m. Each team will send one representative to vie for the title of Home Run Champion. The winner will receive a handcrafted, trophy baseball bat designed by G-Bats of Vergas. The "Big Show" will begin following the home run derby.