Area Softball Roundup
At 7-0, Carlton is the last remaining team in the area without a loss.
Cloquet’s white, pristine baseball uniforms didn’t stay that way for long during the team’s home debut Friday.Junior speedsters Gavin Takkunen and Hunter Roberts were covered from head to toe in Ed Mettner Field dirt after helping lead the Lumberjacks to a 5-2 victory over Hibbing.
The coaches relay — by far the atypical meet’s most popular event — is a 400-meter dash of fun
As a former catcher in the St. Louis Cardinals’ minor league system, Cal Barr knows all about baseball bus trips.
Esko’s Ben Haugen admitted that once he got official permission to use his school’s newly-installed stadium turf last month, the baseball coach and his team — along with the track and softball squads — sprinted for a spot.
When asked, “What if orange juice didn’t exist?” Cloquet’s Isaac Boedigheimer admitted his life would be a little bit sad.
With a second straight season of slow spring weather, Peterson and his Cloquet-Esko boys golf teammates have been practicing indoors for weeks, taking to the artificial mats, hitting screens and using low-flight golf balls for far too long.
Most of the high school softball season has been happening inside until now, but area players and teams are finally getting outdoors.