July 8th, 2015

4th of July in New Auburn

Silver Lake Music in the Park

Larsen claims gold at Senior Games

Bruins remain on a roll

Brewers idled

Getting over the hump

Post 641 nipped by Jordan; tourney next week

The Plato Legion Post 641 baseball team kicked off its post-Independence Day schedule with a back-and-forth battle against visiting Jordan on Monday night at Vollmer Field. Unfortunately for the hosts, the visitors had the final say, claiming a 5-4 win in nine innings.
What had been a pitcher’s duel for the first three innings turned offensive in the fourth, with Jordan staking itself to a 3-0 lead on a series of singles and doubles.

VFW 5102 nearing playoffs

It’s the final full week for the Glencoe VFW 5102 baseball team and the squad is looking well prepared for a nice playoff push.
Glencoe kicked off its final seven-game regular-season stretch by winning 4-2 at Becker on Monday night to push the team’s record to 8-2 overall and 6-1 in league play.

Larsen claims gold at Senior Games

Hank Larsen brought home a gold medal on Sunday.
Larsen, who turns 75 this month and has called Glencoe home for more than half of those years, was the triathlon champion in the 75-79 age group at the 2015 National Senior Games. The games are currently being held in the Twin Cities.
“It was a lot of fun,” Larsen said.

Bruins remain on a roll

he Brownton Bruins posted three wins in as many games last week, defeating Hamburg and Carver in the Crow River Valley League (CRVL) and Gaylord in a non-league game.
The Bruins hosted Hamburg Tuesday, June 30, in a make-up game and won with an 8-0 shutout behind the arm of Ryan Grams. Grams, who hurled eight innings and was awarded the win, gave up just one hit, fanned nine and walked just one. Dylan McCormick tossed the final inning and gave up one hit and struck out two.