Rush City softball

The Rush City softball team won three of its last four regular season games and finished the season as Great River Conference Champions. On May 10 Aitkin came to visit and were gobbled up 6-3 by the Tigers, Leading offensively with two hits were Kayla Forcier and Chesney Grant, while Miranda Anderson, Abby Scherer, and [...]

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After a long wait for the weather to cooperate, the Rush City softball team started out the season strong and so far undefeated. First up April 29 the team hosted East Central in a double header two game sweep, winning 15-5 and 9-1. In the first game, after crossing the plate once in the first [...]

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Student athletes know they live in Minnesota when colder temperatures and even snow cover can hinder the start of spring sports. Managing around the elements have been those such as the North Branch baseball team. At right, players practiced indoors last week due to the weather’s impact on the home ball fields. At left, the [...]

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By Victoria Dahlin— After putting up an impressive fight, the No. 3 East section seeded Rush City softball team ended its season when it traveled to St. Cloud and lost 9-8 to No. 5 West seeded Kimball Area in the Section 5A playoff finals May 29. Before the Tigers could even get the chance to [...]

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By Victoria Dahlin After winning in its first playoff game against Braham, the #3 seeded Rush City softball team faced #2 seed Hinckley-Finlayson on May 22. The Tigers had faced the Jaguars twice before this season and came away with a loss each time (5-4 and 10-0). Taniel Schellbach started the road game with a [...]

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By Victoria Dahlin— The week started out fine for the Rush City softball team when the girls defeated conference rival Braham, until it was time to face Hinckley-Finlayson and Moose Lake-Willow River. On May 8, Braham came to Rush City with the first three Bomber batters going down with fly outs. When Rush City came [...]

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