The Tigers went undefeated over the past week but also saw no action – what with Bar-B-Q Days and all – but they are rip-roarin’ ready to finish out the regular season this weekend with a pair of RVL games.
The Tigers began the season’s home stretch with a comeback victory over Veseli last Wednesday, July 7, rallying for three runs in the seventh inning of a 3-2 win.
It took until the last day of June, but the Tigers finally picked up their first RVL win of the season last week by outlasting Gaylord in a slugfest/slopfest, 15-9.
The Belle Plaine U12AA Baseball Team is set to compete in the state baseball tournament this weekend, riding the momentum off capturing the championship at the Rochester tournament last weekend.
Belle Plaine Junior Beau Wallert is preparing for his trip to Michigan next week for the USA High School Clay Target League National Championship.
The Le Sueur-Henderson Giants defeated St. Charles, 7-4, in the Class AA State Softball Championship at Caswell Park in Mankato on June 16, 2021. This was the first team state championship - of any sport - for Le Sueur-Henderson.
A banner season concluded for the Tiger boys track and field team on the sport’s biggest stage, the 2021 Minnesota State High School Class A Championships.
With the lone exception of the State True Team Meet, the Tiger girls track and field team had to defend its position as favorites at every meet it competed in this spring.
There was little drama left for the Belle Plaine Tigers and their fans in Friday’s Class AA championship baseball game at Target Field.
Your local ballfield warriors, the Belle Plaine Tigers, ventured to Green Isle and Hamburg for the Miller Lite Invitational Tournament.
The 2021 Class AA State Softball Championship, held Wednesday, June 16 at Mankato’s Caswell Park, ended in screaming and tears for the Le Sueur-Henderson Giants – screams of excitement and tears of overwhelming joy, that is.
One final stop for the 2021 Tigers baseball team, as a 2-1 victory over Cannon Falls last Thursday, June 10, earned the top-seeded Tigers the Section 2AA championship and a trip to St. Cloud for the Minnesota Class AA State Tournament.