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LPGE’s Hudson Pung (R) slid safely into second base before USA’s Peyton Jackson (L) could apply the tag.
The Thunder Nine took advantage of some blunders in the field to grab a 6-1 Prairie Conference win at home over Upsala/Swanville Area last Tuesday afternoon. After a quiet first three innings, LPGE broke the scoreless tie in the bottom of the fourth. Tate Urman led off with a double followed by a...
LPGE second baseman Emma Kedrowski went for a tag on a Staples-Motley runner after fielding the ball.
Thunder softball ran into a red hot Pierz team last Tuesday afternoon and ended up falling 5-2 on the road. The Pioneers came into the game on a five-game winning streak behind some dominant pitching from senior Brittney Boser. That was the case last week as the LPGE batters struggled, striking out...
Jordan Gorder built up speed before one of his triple jump runs. He won the event with a distance of 40-0.
The annual Prairie Conference track meet was held at St. John’s University on a scorcher of a day last Wednesday. The Browerville/Eagle Valley boys had several highlights at the end of the day as they finished fourth of six teams. The Tigers scored 74 points behind one first place and six runner-up...
The Tigers earned the No. 2 seed in a tough subsection that includes the defending Class 1A state champion, and top seed, New York Mills.
The schedule didn’t slow up for the Browerville/Eagle Valley softball team in the final week of the regular season, as the Tigers competed in four games. B/EV 7, Swanville 0 - game one It was smooth sailing to start off the week as the B/EV freshman pitcher Marissa Callahan held the Swanville bats...
The Browerville/Eagle Valley baseball bats jumped on the Upsala/Swanville Area pitchers right from the start and cruised to a 12-0 Prairie Conference win at home last Monday. The Tigers scored three in the first, five in the second, and four in the fourth on eight hits and eight walks.  Luke Iten...
Swanville, MN - May 10, 2018 -- The Swanville Swans Baseball Club announced today that it was recently awarded a $50,000 grant from the Baseball Tomorrow Fund (BTF), the grant program supported by Major League Baseball and the Major League Baseball Players Association designed to promote youth...
LPGE centerfielder Blake Fossland was able to track down a fly ball during last week’s game against Osakis.
LPGE 1, Osakis 5 - game one The Thunder were unable to get the bats going against Prairie Conference leading Osakis last Tuesday afternoon. The Silverstreaks picked up a 5-1 win in game one. LPGE remained within striking distance until the fifth inning when Osakis took advantage of an error to...
Thunder softball picked up one of three games last week. They fell to Sauk Centre on Tuesday 9-6 and Pequot Lakes 9-1 on Friday. They salvaged the week with a 12-2 win in five innings against Pillager in the second game of the doubleheader on Friday. LPGE is now 7-6 overall and wrap up the regular season with a home game against Staples-Motley on May 16. The postseason begins on May 21. Pictured: Senior Taylor Kingston rose up to snag a line drive to centerfield last Friday.
The Thunder girls track team placed fifth out of 11 teams when they competed in the Dave Sieben Invitational last Thursday. Junior Megan Och had the highest placing finish for the day, winning the pole vault by clearing 8-00. She added a fourth place finish in the 400 (1:04.35). Senior captain...
Freshman pitcher Marissa Callahan tossed a pair of shutouts and finished with 30 strikeouts in five complete games last week.
The Browerville/Eagle Valley softball team continued to use its recipe for success this season when they traveled to Osakis for a doubleheader last Tuesday afternoon. The young Tigers used their strong pitching, aggressive base running, and error-free defense to cut down their Prairie Conference...
The Tiger baseball team cruised to a doubleheader sweep of St. John’s Prep in St. Joseph last Monday afternoon. B/EV 9, St. John’s Prep 1 - game one B/EV provided plenty of offense to support senior Nate Petermeier’s complete game effort in a 9-1 win in the first game of the day. The Tigers scored...

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