Rush City softball
RC defeats Ogilvie at home It was high stakes last Thursday for the Rush City softball team as they hosted Ogilvie in the race for the Great River Conference Championship. With both squads competing for the title with one conference loss apiece, the Tigers came out on top with a 9-3 victory despite ...Read More
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Tigers blow away Eagles in 24-1 hitting display The Rush City softball girls suffered their first losses of the season last Monday on the road at Moose Lake-Willow River and then at home against Braham last Tuesday. The Tigers fought hard against the toughest pitcher they’ve faced to date, accordi...Read More
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RC extends record to 4-0 The Rush City softball team is off to a solid start this spring, bringing their record to 4-0 so far after an opening with a 14-4 win over Frederic, Wisconsin, two weeks ago. The Tigers extended their success last Monday when they headed to Braham for a 7-3 victory. Sophomor...Read More
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RC closes stellar season in section title game After clinching the Subsection 5A East championship two weeks ago with three consecutive wins over Hinckley-Finlayson, Braham and Isle, the Rush City softball girls headed into a three-game battle with the winners from the west, Browerville. The Tigers ...Read More
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RC softball beats undefeated Isle The Rush City softball team started and ended last week’s string of subsection games with a bang last week with three wins across three days. The Tigers, seeded second, hosted seventh-seeded Hinckley-Finlayson last Tuesday and earned a 15-1 win. The home team took...Read More
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Sophomore Jenna Nelson throws the ball in during a home game earlier this season. Rush City played just one game last week, losing 7-4 to Aitkin. Chesney Grant pitched six innings while giving up seven hits, walking four and striking out 10 batters. The Tigers had eight hits with Nelson, Lindsey Wi...Read More
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Tigers are 5-0 on season Tough weather conditions haven’t affected the Rush City softball team this season, which remains undefeated at 5-0, including two more wins in the past week. The Tigers cruised past East Central on the road Monday night, closing the night early in five innings with a 20-0 ...Read More
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