Belle Plaine had big wins this week in track and field and baseball, while softball won by a huge margin Tuesday then suffered a close loss on Thursday and girls golf took third place at its most recent meet
The town Tigers were glad to be back at the ballpark last weekend but got off on the wrong foot, blowing a last-inning lead against Glencoe before suffering a lopsided league loss to upstart Arlington.
The Tiger girls track and field team took first place at the Mankato East Relays last Thursday, April 29, with 206 points, just ahead of Mankato East’s 202.
It was the first look outside the MRC for Belle Plaine.
Two victories in three outings last week left the Tigers softball team 5-1 overall on the season and 3-1 in the Minnesota River Conference.
Weather canceled the Tigers’ lone scheduled game with Gibbon-Fairfax-Winthrop last week, so head coach Pat Schultz’s squad had plenty of time for some live practice
The softball team won by a landslide in the first round matchup at Norwood Young America on Thursday evening, with the girls beating their opponents 10-0 and Brooke McGlinchey hitting a grand slam.
A full season of Belle Plaine Tigers town team baseball returns this weekend with a pair of contests scheduled at Tiger Park. (Unless it doesn’t. But it should! For sure. We think …)
The Tigers’ track and field teams had another successful outing against Minnesota River Conference foes on Tuesday, April 20, in Belle Plaine.
Quality at-bats - that’s what Coach Brent Jaeger was looking for from his softball team heading into 2021. Be more competitive in the batter’s box.
One day after sweeping a pair of games from Southwest Christian, who many consider to be a contender for the Minnesota River Conference crown, the Tigers’ bats fell silent on Friday, April 23, in a 4-0 loss to Sibley East.
Belle Plaine High School graduate Mariena Hayden was named Honorable Mention All-American by the American Volleyball Coaches Association on Wednesday, April 21, after a stellar senior season at the University of Nevada-Las Vegas.
BPHS boys and girls track and field teams were able to display their talent and depth to a pair of Minnesota River Conference foes in Le Sueur last Tuesday, April 13.
Twenty-seven athletes are vying for varsity rounds for the BPHS boys and girls golf teams this spring. The boys were third behind Jordan and TCU in 2019, while the girls squad was incomplete.
The Tigers softball team got home runs from Becca Brueggemeier and Brooke McGlinchey, and Cece Giesen fanned 12 while tossing a one-hitter in a 3-1 victory over Tri-City United in the season opener