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TCU senior Jordan Meyer capped off his high school track career with a 4th place finish in the 110 M hurdles at the State Track and Field meet. (Photo courtesy of Craig Nordling)

TCU senior Jordan Meyer hurdled his way to fourth place at the Class AA State Track and Field meet last weekend at St. Michael Albertville High School. Meyer and TCU junior Dante Juberian represented the Titans at the tournament. Meyer posted a personal-best time of 15.37 seconds in the 110 M...
For the second time in a week, the New Prague baseball team held a lead against the once-beaten, No. 1 rated Mankato West Scarlets in the Section 2AAA Playoffs. Earlier in a winner’s bracket semifinal game, the Trojans held a seven run lead but were defeated, 9-8. This loss put the Trojans into the...
Midway through the DRS Amateur Baseball League season, there is a new leader. St. Patrick, winner of five straight games, has risen to the top of the standings with a 6-2 record. Webster, 4-1 in their last five games, moves into second place with a 6-4 record. Montgomery, the leader for much of the...

WEM senior Riley Sammon placed 10th in the Section 2A pole vault competition Saturday, June 4. She was also a member of the championship 4 x 100-meter relay team. This will be her second trip to State running this relay. (Photo courtesy of Leanne Kavitz)

After the Section 2A Track and Field Meet, WEM head girls coach Mike Richards summed up his participants performance in one statement, “All the athletes that competed had a good day,” Actually it was a very good day for the Buccaneer girls, having a relay advance to State and two individuals also...
Two juniors from Tri-City United High School have been named to the Minnesota River Conference’s 2022 All Conference Baseball Team. Chris Johnson, was one of the team’s pitcher for the season. He also played in field. Johnson hit .444 with an onbase of .487 in MRC play for the Titans. On the mound...
The New Prague boys track and field team tied for sixth place in the Section 2AA Meet Wednesday, June 1 and Friday, June 3. They also had one relay and one individual advance to the Class AA State Meet. The Trojans scored 68 points in a very competitive Section Meet, tying Belle Plaine for sixth...
A number of New Prague boys tennis players earned post-season honors following the 2022 season. The Trojans earned the Team Academic Silver award. Academic All-State honors went to Henry Cox, Max Deluca, Jeffrey Price, and Jonathan Sayler. Jonathan Sayler and Morgan Masberg received First Team All-...

St. Patrick’s Kal Brohmer, #3, gets a hit during the Irish’s home game on Friday, June 3. St. Patrick blanked the St. Benedict Saints 10-0 in the DRS game. (Patrick Fisher photo)

St. Patrick and Webster are climbing the DRS amateur baseball standings after a week with no losses. St. Patrick has won three straight games and Webster is on a five game winning streak after losing their first three in league play. Montgomery leads the league with a 7-3 record, St. Patrick (4-2...
Through the third weekend of play in the DRS Amateur Baseball League, every team has recorded at least one victory. The Montgomery Mallards continue to hold the league lead with a 5-1 record. They were defeated by Elko, 11-3, Friday, May 20. Sunday, May 22 the Mallards downed St. Benedict, 7-1....

WEM junior Gabe Androli makes an on-target throw to first during the Buccaneer baseball game against Randolph Friday. (Jay Schneider photo)

The WEM baseball team is still looking for its first win this season after dropping a pair of games to the top teams in the Gopher Conference last week. Maple River defeated the Bucs, 11-1 in five innings and Randolph downed the Bucs Friday 11-0 in five innings. Those two teams are fighting for the...

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