Former Vikings Ted Brown and Leo Lewis making appearances in DL Sept. 14-15.
Detroit Lakes repeated as the champions of the upper division of the Seniors Softball Tournament held at Snappy Park, August 20-21. Twelve teams from Manitoba, St Paul, Detroit Lakes, Bemidji, and Callaway participated for two days, each playing three games Monday and two playoff games each on Tuesday. Detroit Lakes went undefeated and took the title with a hard earned win over Canada’s 55 FlashBacks team.
The Zorbaz women’s softball team completed an undefeated regular season and advanced to through the playoffs to a finalist appearance in the state softball tournament.
Six-year-old Grayson Wirth of Frazee placed 19th overall at the Rocky Mountain ATV/MC AMA Amateur National Motocross Championship at Loretta Lynn Ranch in Hurricane Mills, Tennessee Friday, Aug. 3. Wirth was the lone entrant from Minnesota in the race and nabbed a top 20 spot with finishes of 18th, 19th and 21st in the three motos. Check out the Tribune's feature on Wirth prior to Nationals here.
For the third year in a row, Tucker Hibbert’s Team 68 was honored for its fundraising efforts at Make-A-Wish® Minnesota’s Walk for Wishes® Twin Cities event. Despite cloudy skies and the threat of thunderstorms, nearly 100 people joined Hibbert Saturday morning at Minnehaha Park in Minneapolis to take part in a 5K walk / run and support the wish granting mission of Make-A-Wish Minnesota.
The Midway Snurdbirds and New York Mills Millers received the top seeds for the Region 14C amateur baseball tournament .
2018 All-City Youth Golf Tournament standings (1st=15 pts, 2nd=10, 3rd=9…)
Frazee out at NW Sub-state tourney
Four Johnnies, including Brady Labine of Detroit Lakes, and the rest of the 2018 Saint John's University track and field team earned U.S. Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches' Association (USTFCCCA) All-Academic recognition on Thursday, July 26.
The 2018 Minnesota State Amateur Baseball Tournament takes place August 17-19, August 24-26, and August 31-September 3. Sixty-four Class B & C teams from across Minnesota will be coming to the tournament host communities of New Prague, Shakopee and Jordan. This 95th Annual tournament has players and fans gathering in Scott County to share their love of the game of baseball, America’s “national pastime.”