Sports
The Central Clay Crushers were proud to participate in the world’s largest shooting sport event in Alexandria on Monday, June 16. For six days, 5,620 student athletes representing 224 Minnesota high school teams competed for individual and team achievements in novice, junior varsity and varsity cl...Read More
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by ADAM GRUENEWALD NYA Times Mark Martinsen of Hamburg didn’t go into the Grandma’s Marathon in Duluth with any sort of a goal on Saturday, having already qualified twice for Boston. Despite that, Martinsen completed the 26.2-mile race in 3 hours, 20 minutes and 22 seconds, placing 825 out of 60...Read More
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Waconia F.C.’s counter attack had Force F.C. On its’ heels during the June 18 match at Crown College, and though the home team was able to put the ball past the keeper, last-second clearances and a little bad luck kept Waconia F.C. From tying the game in a 2-1 loss. First Half After a few [...]...Read More
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For a program that is building like the Mayer Lutheran softball team, signs of progress come in areas that don’t always show up in the box score. “[What we are] looking for is to get better every day,” said coach Kris Gustin. “I think we did that.” This year the Crusaders looked to solidif...Read More
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The City of Cologne along with the neighboring town of Norwood Young America will play host to the second annual Andyman Baseball tournament in honor of Andy Hendel. The games will be played June 26, 27 and 28 and will feature teams from around the state playing for the change to compete in the cham...Read More
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The second season of Trap Shooting wrapped up for the Central Raiders Clay Crushers on June 10. This season saw an increase of 25 participants in the sport from the previous year. Members ended the season with a banquet and a Fun Shoot that was open to team members and their families, as well as [.....Read More
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