by Dave DeMars email@example.com Muskies wallop Albertville 11-0 The June 13 midweek game saw the Sartell Muskies whup the tar out of the ball and the Albertville Villains in Albertville as the Muskies scattered 18 hits and collected 11 runs. The Muskies jumped out to a 1-0 lead but added six runs in the second and four in the third
by Dave DeMars firstname.lastname@example.org The St. Joseph City Council chose Dwight Pfannenstein as the new prospective chief of police at its June 18 meeting after wrestling with the question of whether or not the position should be posted and more applicants solicited. The final result will rest with Pfannenstein and whether he will accept the position with the conditions of
by Dave DeMars email@example.com It took a half hour of discussion in a closed session at the end of the June 4 regular meeting for the St. Joseph City Council to come to the decision to accept the resignation of Police Chief Joel Klein. Mayor Rick Schultz read from a prepared statement and took no questions dealing with the investigation
by Dave DeMars firstname.lastname@example.org St. Joseph shut out Becker Bandits 6-0 Jack Atkinson pitched a one-hit smoothie against the Becker Bandits on June 10. Atkinson was masterful on the mound striking out seven and giving two walks while allowing only one hit in eight innings. Hunter Blommer covered the ninth and finished the game. The St. Joseph bats gave ample
by Dave DeMars email@example.com June 1-3 was a great weekend for baseball at Champion Field – especially if you were a Sartell Muskie. Muskies trounce Steves 6-0 Friday night the Muskies played host to the St. Stephen Steves and pulled off a 6-0 victory. John Schumer held the mound for six good innings giving up three hits, striking out six
by Dave DeMars firstname.lastname@example.org After 30 minutes of discussion in a closed session at the end of the June 4 regular meeting, the St. Joseph City Council accepted the resignation of Police Chief Joel Klein. The city administrator received Klein’s letter of resignation on May 31 effective immediately. The final action was the council’s acceptance of the resignation June 4.
by Dave DeMars email@example.com American Legion Post 328 has been the proud sponsor of a Legion baseball team for 28 years, according to Pat Schneider. Rain or shine, win or lose – young men ages 15 to 19 who have a passion for the game of baseball have found an organized place to hone their skills and enjoy the camaraderie
by Dave DeMars firstname.lastname@example.org Back in 2010, town baseball was flourishing in central Minnesota, especially in Sartell. The Sartell Muskies were the local team and as is usual, the size of the roster was limited. There were a lot of guys with a real passion for the game that were being left on the sidelines because there just wasn’t enough