Rush City softball

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 faced Browerville in St. Cloud last Tuesday in what […]

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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 advantage of 11 walks throughout the matchup […]

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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 Williams and sophomore Sydnie Sybrant […]

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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 victory. Rush City also […]

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After winning three of four section playoff games, the No. 1 east section seeded Rush City softball team ended its season when it fell 7-2 to No. 3 west section seed Osakis last week in double elimination play. “It was a good game, with both teams playing good defense and taking advantage of a few […]

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In section competition last week the No. 1 east section seeded Rush City softball team came out ahead in three of four playoff games. First up, after pouring rain caused a lengthy delay that left the field soaked and muddy, the Tigers crushed the visiting No. 8 east seed Cromwell Cardinals 17-2 in five innings. […]

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