The Minneota Fifth and Sixth grade girls won the 2018 Pacesetter MIT Basketball Championship in Maple Grove on Saturday, June 9.
There was this time when Greg Gile and his father golfed in the same tournament — his father won, “And I finished second,” said Gile.
“This is a team that took third in the state last year,” said Coach J.D. Pesch.
Despite a long home run by Alex Pohlen that bounced off the bleachers in the outfield, and five innings of nine-strikeout pitching by Preston Nuy, the Minneota American Legion couldn’t overcome a 5
Isaac Hennen raced past as his family, including Dad Wayne watched, right.
Grace Drietz, a Canby eighth grader, is the only runner still alive for Saturday's finals. She qualified for the state 800-meter run and will run the 1600-meter race today as well.
Cameron King put the baton right where he was supposed to, in the back of Jarod Josephson. They ran in the 4x200-meter relay for Canby-Minneota at the state Class A Track Meet on Friday.
Norah King didn't have a good day, but she did get to throw the discus at the state meet on Friday. She didn't qualify for the finals.