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21st May 2017

The seedings are out for the Section softball tournaments.  In Section 5A:

#1 Sebeka vs #8 Laporte
#2 Pine River Backus vs #7 Hill City
#3 Northland Remer vs #6 Walker Hackensack Akeley
#4 Nevis vs #5 Menahga

First round games are today.  The high seeds will host round #2 tomorrow.

In Section 8A (North):

#1 BGMR vs #8 Red Lake
#2 Red Lake Falls vs #7 Northern Freeze
#3 West Marshall vs #6 Kelliher Northome
#4 Blackduck vs #5 Lake of the Woods

In Section 8A (South):
#1 Norman County East (bye)
#2 Sacred Heart vs #7 Cass Lake Bena
#3 Ada Borup vs #6 Lake Park Auduon
#4 Red Lake County vs #5 Fertile Beltrami

In Section 8A, first round games are tomorrow.  Second round games are Thursday.

In Section 8AAAA, Bemidji gets teh 7th seed, and heads to #2 seed Brainerd tomorrow.


The University of Minnesota Gophers topped La Tech 5-2 in extra innings SUnday afternoon before losing 1-0 to Alabama to end their historic season.

The Gophers finished 56-5 overall. The 56 wins is seven more than their previous record high for wins in a season and their five losses is six less than the previous program record. 


Robbie Grossman and Max Kepler belted two-run homers to help power the Twins to an 8-4 win over the Royals on Sunday in the nightcap of a doubleheader at Target Field. With the split, Minnesota improved to 7-1 against Kansas City and has won all three series this season between the American League Central rivals.

Salvador Perez clubbed two homers for Kansas City, including a two-run blast that opened the scoring in the first, after hitting a two-run shot in the Royals' 6-4 victory in Game 1. However, Grossman and Kepler answered in the bottom of the first. Both home runs came off Royals starter Ian Kennedy, who lasted just two innings and allowed five runs on three hits in his return from the disabled list.


On a cool mid-May evening, Minnesota United squared off against the visiting LA Galaxy at TCF Bank Stadium yesterday. Despite winning the possession battle 65.5% to 34.5% MNUFC was ultimately undone by a late own goal, giving LA a 2-1 victory.

MNUFC established an advantage in possession early on that would persist throughout the game. They would probe LA’s defense, pull back, rotate the ball through the defenders and deeper midfield, then try again. In the 16th minute, it produced a terrific opportunity as a long outlet from Ibson found Jerome Thiesson down the right. Thiesson volleyed a cross in, but Christian Ramirez was a step slow and couldn’t push his way through the defense to get close to the ball.


Jim Harbaugh helps deliver baby calf at dairy farm
May 22, 2017, 10:35 am
Jim Harbaugh's offseason is moo-ving along quite well.

Bubba Wallace scores Super Late Model win at Bristol
May 22, 2017, 10:31 am
The NASCAR XFINITY Series regular is pumped to go to Victory Lane at BMS.

Preview: Twins at Orioles
May 22, 2017, 9:18 am
The Minnesota Twins face the Baltimore Orioles, who have a 15-4 record at Camden Yards this season

Preview: Rays welcome reigning MVP Mike Trout, Angels for 4 games
May 22, 2017, 9:16 am
The Tampa Bay Rays open up a four-game set against the Los Angeles Angels.

Terry Collins, Mets need to find way to relieve strain on bullpen
May 22, 2017, 8:53 am
Five Mets relievers are on pace to appear in more than 80 games.

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