Muskies wallop Lumberjacks 13-4 in first HOF game

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by Dave DeMars news@thenewsleaders.com June 20 was a perfect night for baseball and the Sartell Muskies took advantage of that fact by crushing the Foley Lumberjacks 13-4 in the first Hall of Fame game. Prior to the beginning of the game, the Muskies honored five couples because the spouses of former players had as much to do with the success

Muskie baseball round-up

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by Dave DeMars news@thenewsleaders.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

St. Joseph baseball roundup

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by Dave DeMars news@thenewsleaders.com 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

St. Stephen Steves playing .500 baseball at midseason

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by Mike Knaak editor@thenewsleaders.com Halfway through the amateur baseball regular season, the St. Stephen Steves are playing .500 ball in the Victory League after a recent three-game losing streak. The most recent loss was an 11-2 defeat by the Avon Lakers on Memorial Day. The Steves’ 3-3 record put them in third place in the Victory League South, trailing Avon

Stone Poneys – a team looking to jell

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by Dave DeMars news@thenewsleaders.com 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

Stone Poneys lose to Lakers, 11-6

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by Dave DeMars news@thenewsleaders.com The game was tight for the first three innings. The Poneys even filled the bases in the second, but alas, those runners died on base. It was Clear Lake that managed to crack a blooper into short left field and loaded the bases with a walk and a bunt. With the bases loaded, the Lakers cracked