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Even though the Park Rapids boys golf team didn't meet head coach Jeff Anderson's goal of carding a round in the 320s, the Panthers did fulfill one of their main goals by winning the Northern Pines Conference title.
After scoring 26 runs on 26 hits in the first two games, the offense of the Park Rapids 18U softball team was shut down by Hawley in Monday's championship game of the Prairie Lakes Conference tournament at Hawley. Park Rapids opened the tournament with a 9-0 win in five innings over Dilworth-Glyndon-Felton in the quarterfinals and followed with a 17-3 win in four innings over Detroit Lakes in the semifinals. Hawley claimed the title by limiting Park Rapids to only five hits in a 3-0 victory.
An 11-run seventh inning powered Midway to a 16-5 Lake and Pine League amateur baseball victory at Nimrod Sunday afternoon. Nimrod scored once in the first, three times in the second and once in the fourth to claim a 5-3 lead before the Snurdbirds rallied by following a two-run sixth inning with the outburst in the seventh to end this game early via the 10-run rule.
Steph Hanson is counting on a successful summer to lead to a successful fall for the Park Rapids volleyball team. The Park Rapids head coach put together a competitive schedule this summer to prepare her team for the high school season. A year ago, the Panthers went 19-6 and earned the No. 1 seed in the South for the Section 8AA tournament. A loss to Pequot Lakes, the No. 4 seed in the South, in the second round ended Park Rapids' season prematurely.
It wasn't the most glamorous ending, but the Park Rapids Esox amateur baseball team will take it. The Esox took advantage of three errors to set up Gavin Hitchcock's walk-off walk in scoring five runs in the bottom of the ninth inning to rally for an 11-10 Lake and Pine League victory over Staples Sunday afternoon at Park Rapids. Park Rapids squandered a 6-1 lead before rallying for the win.
Walt Harrison was expecting the Park Rapids girls golf team to consistently card rounds under 400 all season. The Panthers exceeded the expectation of their head coach.
Will Pickar threw a six-hit complete game as the Park Rapids American Legion baseball team qualified for the District 6 Division II tournament with a 9-1 victory over Sebeka in a subdistrict elimination game Friday night at Park Rapids. Justin Dykhoff followed with a two-hitter in leading Wadena to an 11-1 victory in five innings over Post 212 in Friday night's subdistrict championship game.
Jake Marcus outdueled Stetson Burkman as Wolf Lake snapped a 21-game losing streak to Midway with a 3-2 victory in 12 innings at Matt Leritz Stadium Sunday afternoon. Marcus opened the top of the 12th inning by being hit by a pitch. Pinch-runner Kody Walsh advanced to third on Sam Meyer's sacrifice bunt and a wild pitch before scoring on Logan Wacker's fly ball to center field. Marcus pitched a 1-2-3 bottom of the 12th inning for the complete-game victory as Midway suffered its first loss in Lake and Pine League amateur baseball play this summer.
Gabe Bagstad threw a two-hitter in leading the Park Rapids American Legion baseball team to a 13-3 win in six innings over Walker to open the Subdistrict 6 Division II playoffs Wednesday at Park Rapids. Wadena, which opened with a 14-4 win over Sebeka in six innings, defeated Park Rapids 12-2 in five innings in Wednesday night's second game in this double-elimination tournament. Post 212 managed only five hits, but took advantage of 15 walks to defeat Walker in the playoff opener.
Kenny Miller of Wadena and Stacy Koll of New York Mills won the male and female 10K titles in the St. Urho Run July 8 at Menahga. Miller finished the 10K course in 35:49 to top the 21-runner men's field while Koll clocked a 48:58 to lead the 18-runner women's field. Nicholas Jasmer of Park Rapids was second in the men's race in 42:13 while Dacua Kreklau of Wadena was the women's runner up in 50:14.