Sleepy Eye Sports News

Local high school, college, and pro sports news in Sleepy Eye, MN
  • 20 hrs ago | via Journal 

    Greyhounds rough up Rockets

    New Ulm Cathedral found itself on the winning side of another lopsided contest, this time having beaten Comfrey/Cedar Mountain 37-0 in five innings in a Tomahawk Conference softball game on Friday. The Greyhounds broke open the game with 25 runs in the third inning - 11 of which were associated with walks in some way.

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  • Tuesday Apr 14 | via Journal 

    St. Mary's earns win over BLHS

    Sleepy Eye St. Mary's defeated Buffalo-Lake-Hector Stewart in a Tomahawk Conference baseball game on Tuesday. At the plate, Brandon Helget was 3-for-5 with a double and a RBI.

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  • Tuesday Apr 14 | via Journal 

    Rabbits race past Chargers

    Going into the bottom of the seventh inning, Minnesota Valley Lutheran softball coach David Biedenbender said he joked that his team would need a touchdown and a field goal to even the game up against Wabasso. The Chargers got neither of those things - mainly because the teams were not playing football - but on the scoreboard it might as well have been football with the Rabbits winning a 27-17 contest in Tomahawk Conference softball on Tuesday.

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  • Monday Apr 13 | via Journal 

    GFW beats MVL with walkoff RBI double

    Gibbon-Fairfax-Winthrop's Brendan Kienlen walked to the plate with his team trailing by a run in the bottom of the eighth inning. He smacked a two-RBI double to defeat Minnesota Valley Lutheran in a Tomahawk Conference baseball game on Monday.

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  • Saturday Apr 11 | via Journal 

    New Ulm boys place 1st at Marshall

    New Ulm won with a team score of 321, which just beat out Mankato East's 326 and Worthington's 329. Ethan Kraus won medalist honors with a 73, while Colin Huffman had a 75 and Jonah Cooper had a 78 to round out the top scorers for the Eagles.

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  • Monday Apr 6 | via Journal 

    Springfield pitcher hurls no-hitter

    Springfield's Natalie Timm pitched a no-hitter in five innings as Springfield defeated Comfrey/Cedar Mountain in Tomahawk Conference softball action on Monday. Sonja Fiedler, Michaela Leonard and Molly Dunn each had two hits for the Tigers.

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