Belle Plaine’s BPXC Track Club competed in the Region 8 Junior Olympic Track & Field Meet last weekend in Fargo, North Dakota, for the chance to compete at nationals in Sacramento, California, during the week of July 22.
The Belle Plaine Tigers fought past Fairfax last Tuesday, July 2, with a 10-run victory, giving them an 8-3 record in River Valley League play and a 14-6 mark overall.
The Town Tigers took their lumps at Jordan on Tuesday, June 25, but responded at home on Sunday with a bounce-back win over Arlington, pushing their RVL record to a solid 7-3 (13-6 overall).
Brent Meyer Memorial and Tiger Alumni Night will be held on Friday, June 28, at Tiger Park, as a patchwork team of Tiger alumni dusts off the cleats against the current town Tigers in an umpired, nine-inning ballgame under the lights.
The Nicollet/Sibley County Corn and Soybean Growers are hosting their 19th Annual Cobs & Pods Golf Tournament on Wednesday, July 10, at the Winthrop Golf Course.
Belle Plaine Fastpitch 10U-Black girls traveling softball team has had quite an impressive winning record, taking first place in two tournaments over the past two weekends. The team enjoyed first place success on June 8th in the Queen of Diamonds tournament in St. Charles and June 14 -16 in …
Every summer, local kids join dozens of Scott County deputies, police officers, firefighters, and emergency medical personnel in fishing boats for a day of fun and fishing.
Last Saturday, June 15, eleven of Belle Plaine’s junior and senior high school track and field athletes competed in the USA Track and Field-Minnesota Junior Olympic Championships at Lakeville South High School.
Bo Wasurick, Jordan High School’s head football coach since 2016, will not be returning next season. Instead, he will be teaching and coaching in Anoka, as announced by the Anoka School District.
Belle Plaine High School’s Jaylen Struck-Schmitz secured her second consecutive state championship in the 300m hurdles at the Minnesota State High School League Track and Field Meet
After weather earlier this summer delayed the TF Cricket Fields from officially opening in May, the season finally got its proper kickoff on June 2, with loads of high-level cricket.
Following a lightning delay, the playoff rematch between Belle Plaine and Le Sueur-Henderson turned out to be as tumultuous as the foreboding clouds overhead.
The Tigers experienced a mixed bag at the 21st annual Tigertown Classic tournament, bludgeoning Minnesota Lake 12-2 on Friday before falling 6-5 on Saturday in a walk-off win for Hamburg.
After a lightning delay offset the the final four Section 2AA match-up between Belle Plaine and Le-Sueur-Henderson Tuesday in Waterville, the teams resumed play with LS-H up 2-1 in the fourth inning on Wednesday.
Tiger Derek Hoffman shined from the mound as Belle Plaine faced off against Le Sueur-Henderson, who shut the Tigers out 13-0 at their last meeting.
Out of 22 teams, the Belle Plaine girls’ track and field team emerged as the victors of the Section 2A Meet on Saturday, June 1, and will send five athletes and two alternates to the state meet