While the home ballpark remains covered in snow during a glacially paced winter, the Thunder baseball team is winless in all nine road games as they battle a readjusted roster, which now includes seven collegiate football players.
The Thunder fell 31-24 to Rochester Community College in the MCAC state semifinal contest last Saturday at Public Schools Stadium in Duluth, but Thunder Coach Keith Turner was very proud of his young team.
Fond du Lac Tribal and Community College celebrated its first-ever MCAC playoff game as division champions with an historic win over Vermilion last Friday, throttling their visitors 60-0 at Duluth’s Public Schools Stadium.
They’re in first place in their division. They are coming off their first shutout in school history. They’re the fifth-ranked community college football team in Minnesota. But for Fond du Lac Tribal and Community College, that’s just the beginning, according to Coach Keith Turner.
The Fond du Lac Tribal and Community College football team took a lead into the fourth quarter last Saturday in Worthington against Minnesota West – but couldn’t hold on in a 33-28 setback that dropped the Thunder to 1-1 on the young season.
The spring sports season is nearly over for Fond du Lac Tribal and Community College, but outgoing softball coach Kerry Rodd and first-year baseball coach Cal Barr both feel solid foundations are being laid for the future.
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