Baseball

Tue
06
May

Concordia Academy Beacons play three games in 22 hours

The Beacons picked up their first conference victory of the season on Saturday and will look to build on that win this week.
Concordia Academy completed a whirlwind 22 hours by beating Breck 6-0 on Saturday morning/afternoon. Saturday’s game, played at Breck, started at 11 a.m., which, when coupled with Friday’s two games, meant that the Beacons played three games in less than 24 hours.

Wed
30
Apr

Mustangs baseball sees rollercoaster start

The defending state champion Mustangs have had an up-and-down start to the season.
Mounds View began this week with a record of 3-5 and was looking to build on the 1-0 victory over Park-Cottage Grove it picked up on Friday.

Wed
30
Apr

Huskies baseball off to strong start

Confidence can be beneficial for a team, but overconfidence can lead to problems. The St. Anthony Village High School baseball team has been able to use the former to its advantage and avoid the latter during its season-opening surge.
The Huskies improved to 6-0 with three victories last week. Two of them came against perennial Tri-Metro Conference contenders.
“We’ve played a good schedule against a lot of good teams,” said St. Anthony head coach Troy Urdahl. “Keep playing the right brand of baseball and hopefully we’ll keep winning games.”

Wed
30
Apr

Baseball: Titans ‘10-run’ Polars

Winter, Weingartner, Tschida homer in 12-2 rout
On the strength on homeruns by Rick Weingartner, Chad Tschida and Eric Winter, it took the Tartan Titans just six innings to post a 12-2 baseball victory over the North Polars on the 10-rule.
The game took place Thursday, April 24, on Tartan’s home field, and afterwards North High coach Ron Adams exclaimed, “I hate this place!”

Wed
30
Apr

Irondale baseball wins two in a row

The Knights have been an all-or-nothing team through the first two weeks of the season. When they’ve won, they’ve won big.

Wed
30
Apr

Baseball: Polars move to 5-0 with chilly win over St. Cloud Tech

Mulvaney and Messerole go 2-for-3 with 2 RBI
The St. Cloud Tech Tigers ventured to North St. Paul for a chilly, windblown, non-conference baseball game April 21.
The contest was pretty much a pitchers’ duel until the last of the fifth when the North High Polars exploded for nine runs and put an end to the six-inning contest, 13-3.

Tue
15
Apr

Pitching depth a strength for Concordia nine

Most baseball teams’ successes start with its pitching staff, which appears to be the strength of this year’s Concordia Academy squad. The Beacons return their entire staff, including a pair of senior starters, from last year.
“Pitching will be our strength,” said Concordia head coach Eric Schutte.”We don’t have anyone who will overpower on the mound but all keep the ball down and hit their spots.”

Wed
02
Apr

Experienced Irondale hoping for longer season

Going into a season with an inexperienced roster is scary enough. The horrendous spring weather that plagued Minnesota in 2013 made it that much more difficult to get raw players experience.

Wed
02
Apr

Defending champion Mustangs have some holes to fill

It has been 16 years since a team won back-to-back state high school baseball championships in the biggest class in Minnesota. Roster turnover has a lot to do with that, and the defending Class AAA state champion Mounds View Mustangs face plenty of turnover from last year’s squad.

Wed
02
Apr

Huskies return seasoned roster

Despite the layer of snow that still covered Palm Field last week, there is plenty of optimism surrounding the St. Anthony Village High School baseball team this spring. The Huskies return a slew of talent from last year’s team that advanced to the section final.

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