Star News » Sports http://erstarnews.com The Star News covers community news, sports, current events and provides advertising and information for Elk River, Otsego, Rogers and Zimmerman, Minnesota and their surrounding areas. Wed, 29 Jul 2015 20:09:56 +0000 en-US hourly 1 Elk River VFW baseball closes out season http://erstarnews.com/2015/07/25/elk-river-vfw-baseball-closes-out-season/ http://erstarnews.com/2015/07/25/elk-river-vfw-baseball-closes-out-season/#comments Sat, 25 Jul 2015 14:15:06 +0000 http://erstarnews.com/?p=792646 • Baseball team falls to Forest Lake in a best-of-three series in District 7

by Kat Ladwig

ECM Publishers

The Elk River VFW baseball squad gave third-seeded Forest Lake a run in a best-of-three District 7 playoff series.

On Monday night, Elk River traveled to Schumacher Field in Forest Lake for a double header against the home team. The No. 14-seed Elk team struggled to string together hits in Game 1, falling 4-1 against a strong opposing pitcher, Luke Palo, who pitched for a complete game win.

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Photos by Kat Ladwigx Wyatt Morrell is greeted with hugs by teammates after clinching a Game 2 win on the mound on Monday night in Forest Lake.


Palo gave up just four hits against Elk River, two of which came in the final inning.

Elk VFW head coach Ryan Holmgren said it came down to offense.

“We just weren’t swinging the bats confidently,” he said.

Game 2 turnaround

Elk River turned things around in Game 2.

Cole Daleiden laced a leadoff base hit between third base and shortstop to get the ball rolling, and then advanced to third base on an out-of-play overthrow by Forest Lake’s center fielder. A series of singles by Mitch Stroh, Connor Hogan and Wyatt Morrell would score Daleiden, Stroh and put Hogan on first base. Hogan would give Elk River a 3-0 lead in the top of the first inning after scoring on a passed ball.

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Photos by Kat Ladwig Third baseman Wyatt Morrell sells the tag out on a tagging Forest Lake runner during a District 7 playoff game.

Forest Lake would come within one run after tacking on two runs in the bottom of the third, but the Elks responded in the top of the fourth. They extended their lead to 5-2 off fielding errors by the host team.

The Ranger squad rallied with two outs in the bottom of the seventh with three consecutive deep balls to the outfield, but Elk River’s defense held up for the 5-4 victory to even the series at one apiece.

Morrell earned the complete-game win on the mound for Elk River while recording three strikeouts.

“He’s a strike thrower,” Holmgren said. “I’m not surprised he went all seven. His pitch count was at 70 pitches going into the last inning, so his pitch count was good. When he keeps the ball down, he’s very effective.”

Holmgren said not only did Morrell keep Forest Lake’s hitters guessing, but his own hitters came up with big hits on offense.

“We set the tone right away in the first inning, and that was huge,” Holmgren said. “We had them back on their heels, and let them know that they’re going to have to battle and play hard to get out of here with two wins.”

The Elk River VFW boys traveled back to Forest Lake on Tuesday night for the deciding game against Post 4210. The matchup was a repeat of Game 1, with Elk River’s bats lagging against a strong pitching performance by Ross Peterson.

Forest Lake jumped to a 1-0 lead in their first inning at the plate. Elk River answered in the top of the second when Brandon Becklin doubled right-center field with two outs. Becklin crossed home plate one batter later when Zach Olson swung for an RBI double to left field, tying the game at 1-1.

Forest Lake reclaimed the lead, 2-1, in the bottom of the second inning and didn’t look back after a three-run third inning.

“We had a feeling there were going to be some runs coming into tonight, and we just couldn’t match their bats,” Holmgren said. “You get into Game 3 of a series and go deep into pitching depth, you can expect that. And their guy did a good job of switching it up, changing speeds and keeping us off balance. When you only scores two runs, that’s not going to be good enough in a game like that.”

The home team went on to clinch the series with an 8-2 win to move on in District 7 playoffs, taking place in Osseo on Friday, July 24.

Elks finish 16-13

Elk River closed its season with an overall record of 16-13 after a regular-season division record of 9-9.

“We’re bummed out about the season ending because we’re competitive, but this whole summer is about growth and learning and preparing for the next level, and they did that,” Holmgren said. “They won some big games and learned some lessons. We’re a lot better now than we were at the beginning of June, and that’s what’s important to me.”

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2015 Sherburne County Fair youth demolition derby video http://erstarnews.com/2015/07/25/2015-sherburne-county-fair-youth-demolition-derby-video/ http://erstarnews.com/2015/07/25/2015-sherburne-county-fair-youth-demolition-derby-video/#comments Sat, 25 Jul 2015 11:02:59 +0000 http://erstarnews.com/?p=792549

 

 

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Record-breaker Clark adds pair of jiujitsu gold medals http://erstarnews.com/2015/07/22/record-breaker-clark-adds-pair-of-jiujitsu-gold-medals/ http://erstarnews.com/2015/07/22/record-breaker-clark-adds-pair-of-jiujitsu-gold-medals/#comments Wed, 22 Jul 2015 11:00:21 +0000 http://erstarnews.com/?p=792335 Rogers native and 1983 Elk River High School graduate James Clark has added two more distinctions to his mixed martial arts belt.

Submitted photo   James Clark won a pair of gold medals on July 10 at a national Brazilian Jiu Jitsu tournament in Las Vegas.
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James Clark won a pair of gold medals on July 10 at a national Brazilian Jiu Jitsu tournament in Las Vegas.

The 50-year-old Champlin man competed in the national Brazilian jiu jitsu tournament on Friday, July 10, in Las Vegas.

He came home with two gold medals, winning the 215-pound heavyweight category and the absolute, which is decided after the champions from all weight classes have another tournament to fight it out for the “absolute champion.”

Clark was a wrestler for Elk River in his high school days. He finished with a record of 27-3 and took third in state in the 145-pound weight class in 1983. The former high school and college teacher became an owner and trainer of the Crystal Fight Club.

He has also captured a slew of world fitness records, such as 33,001 push ups in 24 hours, 2,001 parallel bar dips in five hours and 91,000 pounds on a lat machine in one hour.

He has appeared on the “Tonight Show” and wrote a book called “Platonic Superman,” for which a small Los Angeles firm called Zia Films bought the rights.

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Pioneers snap losing streak with Maciej’s return http://erstarnews.com/2015/07/17/pioneers-snap-losing-streak-with-maciejs-return/ http://erstarnews.com/2015/07/17/pioneers-snap-losing-streak-with-maciejs-return/#comments Fri, 17 Jul 2015 20:29:08 +0000 http://erstarnews.com/?p=792359 by Jake Schroer

ECM Sun Newspapers

Joe Maciej returned to the Pioneer lineup and helped the team snap its 10-game losing streak in an 8-7 win over the Ramsey Renegades.

Photo by Jim Boyle  Pioneer Aaron Pipenhagen caught this foul ball during tense moments as the Elks fought to hang onto their lead Sunday at Hales Field.
Photo by Jim Boyle
Pioneer Aaron Pipenhagen caught this foul ball during tense moments as the Elks fought to hang onto their lead Sunday at Hales Field.

Maciej led the way offensively with three hits. He also pitched, throwing six innings for the Pioneers. Jim Brown threw the rest.

Maciej, Joe Patterson and Jimmy Smith all drove in two runs for Elk River. The Pioneers’ losing streak dated back to mid-June, which included a loss to Ramsey the day before.

Elk River had to fend comebacks late in the game, throwing a Ramsey runner out at the plate and getting the final outs with men in scoring position.

Other games

Elk River lost a high-scoring contest to Ramsey by a score of 12-9. Jordan Brown and Tanner Ruiz both recorded three hits for the Pioneers while Rick Michelak had two. Devin Quigley walked twice and had three RBIs.

Brown pitched five innings for the Pioneers, and Alex Babcock pitched three.

Photo by Jim Boyle  Elk River pitcher Jim Brown helped the Pioneers finish off a scrappy Ramsey team on July 12. Elk River hung on to snap a 10-game losing streak.
Photo by Jim Boyle
Elk River pitcher Jim Brown helped the Pioneers finish off a scrappy Ramsey team on July 12. Elk River hung on to snap a 10-game losing streak.

Eric Nyquist pitched eight innings of quality baseball, but his efforts fell short as the Pioneers lost 3-0 to the Rogers Red Devils.

Ruiz got a pair of hits for Elk River, who totaled eight, but could not string anything together.

The Pioneers had a rematch against the Monticello Polecats on Tuesday night, but lost again by a score of 6-1. This time, no controversial call ended the game.

Ruiz drove in the lone Pioneers run, which kept Elk River close at 2-1, but the Polecats strung together a four-run inning in the sixth to widen the gap.

Babcock pitched 5 2/3 innings, leaving the game in the sixth. Nyquist and Brown pitched relief for the Pioneers.

Manager Ken Ott said that the team played a good game, but one bad inning made the difference, and they could not make up the difference. Ott said the team needs to move on from the loss.

“Put the game behind you, that’s baseball, and come back and win the next one,” Ott said.

The Pioneers next play Tuesday against Quamba.

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Legion ball club feels ready for playoffs after tourney http://erstarnews.com/2015/07/17/legion-ball-club-feels-ready-for-playoffs-after-tourney/ http://erstarnews.com/2015/07/17/legion-ball-club-feels-ready-for-playoffs-after-tourney/#comments Fri, 17 Jul 2015 20:21:00 +0000 http://erstarnews.com/?p=792354 by Jim Boyle

Editor

The Elk River American Legion Post 112 baseball team heads into playoffs primed and ready, based on its success in the largest tournament for legion teams in America.

The Elks, 18-8 this season on the heels of a less-than-stellar high school ball season, came home with three wins and only one loss in pool play to finish in a three-way tie for first with Prior Lake and Papllion, Nebraska.

Photo by Marilyn Indahl  Elk River shortstop Ben Johnson crosses home plate on his in-the-park home run in the sixth inning against Ham Lake.
Photo by Marilyn Indahl
Elk River shortstop Ben Johnson crosses home plate on his in-the-park home run in the sixth inning against Ham Lake.

Having given up the fewest runs of the three teams, Elk River advanced to the 16-team tournament but got the toughest draw of all.

They lost a pitching duel to Creighton Prep, considered to be the best team Elk River will play all year, in the first round of bracket play to end their run. Creighton, a team from Nebraska, went on to win the championship in the 96-team tournament.

Levi Burke pitched a complete game six-hitter against its fierce competitor.

“He did a great job,” said first-year manager Tucker Morrell, who’s staying loose for his own college baseball career by pitching in another league.

Creighton’s pitcher was even tougher than Burke, however, giving up only four hits. Morrell said the Elks took heart in the loss against a powerful team.

“This is will give us a lot of confidence heading into playoffs next week,” Morrrell said.

The Elks wrapped up their season against Blaine, the No. 1 team in their league, on July 15 with 7-2 loss. They beat Blaine in the championship game of the Alexandria tournament, but Morrell said he didn’t expect the same type of result as the team only had nine guys and everybody played in different positions.

Of note, Ben Johnson hit an inside-the-park home run, and Landen Paige pitched 5 innings in his first start of the season.

Morrell said he wants the team to build off what they did the Gopher Classic.

Gopher Classic Tournament results

The Elks got off on the right foot in the Gopher Classic. Their pool play was played in Prior Lake.

The Elk River Legion won its first of two July 10 games against Papillion, Nebraska, 4-1. The Elks scored three runs in the bottom of the sixth inning to take control of that game.

Mylo Holmes went 3-for-3 with a walk and a double. Burke pitched a complete game, four-hitter. At one point in the game, he had retired 12 of 13 batters.

“It’s a big win for us,” Morrell said after the game in an email to the Star News.

They lost their second game to Prior Lake, which had Nick Hanson, a flame-thrower who’s committed to the University of Kentucky, on the mound. He was throwing nearly 90 mph fast balls for the Lakers, and the Elks only managed three hits off him.

Ben Johnson pitched all seven innings for the Elks.

“We had a good game defensively,” Morrell said. “We just couldn’t get anything going offensively.”

Elk River won two games on July 11 to give them a chance to advance into bracket play.

The Elks beat Watertown, South Dakota, 3-0, with Mitch Thompson pitching a complete game shutout while allowing only five hits, and they won the second game that day 3-2 in 10 innings over Grand Rapids in dramatic fashion.

Holmes was 4-for-5 in the game, but the score was deadlocked after nine innings.

It was 1-1 going into the top of the 10th inning when Grand Rapids scored one run to go ahead 2-1.

Ben Boutain lead the bottom half of the inning with a single, and the next two batters — Ben Johnson and Colin Lea — tried to bunt but failed to advance a runner or get on that way.

“But each made up for it with two-strike hits,” Morrell said. “Then it was Landen Paige who came up with the bases loaded and hit a walk-off double over the right fielder’s head to win it.”

The Elks carried some momentum into their final game of pool play to beat East Ridge 15-1. A.J. Overton pitched a complete game and got the win on the mound.

“We had a good showing over the weekend,” Morrell said.

Playoffs start on Monday, but Elk River will get a bye. Their  first double-elimination playoff game will be at 5 p.m. on Tuesday in Princeton.

The Elks earned the No. 2 seed, which means they will play Pine City, Hinckley, Big Lake or North Branch, depending on how those teams do on Monday.

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Boston marathon qualifier keeping pace http://erstarnews.com/2015/07/17/boston-marathon-qualifier-keeping-pace/ http://erstarnews.com/2015/07/17/boston-marathon-qualifier-keeping-pace/#comments Fri, 17 Jul 2015 20:15:49 +0000 http://erstarnews.com/?p=792350 by Rachel Finkbeiner

Special to the Star News

In the final miles of Grandma’s Marathon on June 20, thousands of runners were speeding through downtown Duluth toward the finish line, but when Kristin Thompson hit those final miles, she slowed down.

Submitted photos Kristin Thompson here with her sister Rachel Gates after Thompson finished Grandma’s this year.
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Kristin Thompson here with her sister Rachel Gates after Thompson finished Grandma’s this year.

With a time of 3:09:19 and a place of 95th, Thompson qualified for the Boston Marathon for the first time; at the time Thompson slowed her pace, she knew she was Boston-bound, but that’s not why she slowed her speed.

“My biggest mental problem with running is that I don’t want it to end,” Thompson said.

The beginning of marathon running started for Thompson at just 17 years old at Grandma’s.

“I cried at mile 17,” Thompson said, “Because I had 9.2 miles to go.”

Thompson found motivation to finish the race by talking to a runner next to her, a 73-year-old nurse who was running for her son who had prostate cancer.

“That motivated me,” said the now 28-year-old. “Everyone around me had a story, and no one ran without meaning.”

Thompson’s story began at Elk River High School, where her AP biology teacher, Mike Niziolek, told her she should try out for the cross-country team after she expressed interest. Finding a love for the sport didn’t happen overnight.

Warmer weather, same excitement level in Hawaii.
Warmer weather, same excitement level in Hawaii.

“I ran from the high school to Salk Middle School, almost threw up and couldn’t walk for three days,” Thompson said. “But by the end of the next year, I was already running my first marathon.”

In her career so far, Thompson has placed in the top 10 for every half marathon she’s run the past two years. Recently in Hawaii, Thompson completed the Hibiscus half marathon with a personal record of 1:28:29, placing second for the women and 12th overall.

Thompson’s running has taken her to at least 12 states, including most of the East coast and Colorado. Thompson has won only one marathon, but it wasn’t the average marathon. In 2010 Thompson ran the Bataan Memorial Death March Marathon, a run that requires you to carry a backpack of at least 35 pounds. Thompson won it for the women, carrying 50 pounds on her 5-foot-6 frame throughout the hot, sandy New Mexico course.

For Thompson, the joy of running is always greater than the pain.

Now Thompson is running a much longer, more meaningful marathon. In 2010 Thompson (then Kristin Moriarity) married Anthony “Tony” Thompson, another Elk River cross-country member. The two ventured from state to state because Tony is a member of the Army. Currently Tony is deployed until October. During his deployment, Kristin Thompson has adopted a motto she calls Ten for Tony. She runs 10 miles for Tony – every day.

Kristin Thompson and her husband, Capt. Anthony E. Thompson at a running event.
Kristin Thompson and her husband, Capt. Anthony E. Thompson at a running event.

“I’m so blessed to be able to run and feel safe running,” said Thompson, “So many people have worked hard to allow me freedom to run.”

Thompson admitted that sometimes those 10-mile runs actually turn into 17 miles, all starting at 3:30 a.m. As the sun is about to rise, Thompson is usually finishing some of the last segments of her runs.

Thompson has not skipped a single day; on her return flight from Hawaii she had a four-hour layover in Seattle. Thompson was able to have a place hold her luggage while she got in her 10 miles in before flying to Minneapolis.

“I’m a runner,” Thompson said, “Running is my bliss.”

Thompson runs at least one race a month. That one race is either a half marathon or full marathon. For July, Thompson ran the Red, White and Boom half marathon and placed eighth overall.

Thompson admitted that in one month, she is running close to 400 miles.

“When you first start running, you notice everything, your rigid breath, your knee flipping out, but then you get this moment where you notice the world moving in motion,” Thompson said. “It’s stillness in motion, and that’s why I like to run for a long time.”

To recover from so many miles, Thompson does yoga, which she learned eight months ago attending her first classes at the YMCA in Elk River. Thompson said yoga has made a dramatic difference in her running this summer, including her finish at Grandma’s in June.

For most runners, qualifying for the Boston Marathon is a lifetime goal, but for Thompson it’s only the beginning.

“I haven’t even tapped into my limits yet,” Thompson said.

But it’s more meaningful to Thompson that she will be running alongside her old running partner from Colorado and that her husband will be stateside to watch the race.

When asked about her lifetime goals in running, Thompson did not mention a particular time or winning a particular race.

“My goal is consistent joy in running; if I ever run to be a certain way or look a certain way, I want to drop it.”

When Thompson runs she also prays. She also compares her running to Isaiah 40:31, which says, “They will soar on wings like eagles, they will run and not grow weary.”

Thompson said she has no plans of slowing down her running schedule anytime soon, because no matter how cold or hot or early her runs are, to Thompson they are a small piece of heaven.

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USA Cup attracts more than 1,100 teams http://erstarnews.com/2015/07/17/usa-cup-attracts-more-than-1100-teams/ http://erstarnews.com/2015/07/17/usa-cup-attracts-more-than-1100-teams/#comments Fri, 17 Jul 2015 16:52:42 +0000 http://erstarnews.com/?p=792253 Opening ceremonies were held July 14 for the 31st annual Schwan’s USA Cup at the National Sports Center in Blaine.

A record number of teams, including some from the Elk River area, as well as others across the state, the nation and around the world, are competing in the 2015 tournament.

Photo by Jason Olson, ECM Publishers Three Rivers Soccer Association was among the soccer organizations represented Tuesday at the Olympic-style opening ceremonies of the USA Cup in Blaine. Teams from across the world, nation and state have been competing all week, culminating July 18 with games for USA Cup titles before all 16,000 players return home.
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Three Rivers Soccer Association was among the soccer organizations represented Tuesday at the Olympic-style opening ceremonies of the USA Cup in Blaine. Teams from across the world, nation and state have been competing all week, culminating July 18 with games for USA Cup titles before all 16,000 players return home.

More than 1,100 teams and 16,000 players paraded into the National Sports Center Stadium in Blaine to officially open the tournament, which will run through July 18.

Teams will represent 19 states and 17 countries. The Olympic-style opening ceremony is always a highlight.

This year’s tournament includes three Minnesota United FC home games (July 11 vs. Ottawa, July 15 vs. Jacksonville and July 18 vs. Club Leon), and the crowning of the 2015 USA Cup champions on Saturday, July 18.

Here is a breakdown of the teams in the tournament:

–17 countries: Aruba (two teams), Brazil (17), Canada (92), Cayman Islands (four), Colombia (four), Costa Rica (13), Ecuador (three), Haiti (three), Iceland (three), Japan (two), Mexico (21), Nepal (one), Norway (three), Sweden (two), Uganda (two), United Kingdom (two), United States (980).

–Five Canadian provinces: Alberta (five teams), Manitoba (33), Ontario (46), Saskatchewan (eight), Yukon Territory (two).

–19 states: Alaska (eight teams), Colorado (one), Florida (one), Hawaii (five), Illinois (61), Iowa (23), Kansas (three), Michigan (13), Minnesota (662), Missouri (four), Nebraska (10), North Dakota (13), Ohio (two), Oklahoma (one), South Dakota (41), Texas (two), Utah (one), Wisconsin (97), Wyoming (three).

–71 different Minnesota communities, including Albertville, Elk River, Ramsey, Rogers and St. Michael.

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Hannan hits hole-in-one at Elk River Golf Course http://erstarnews.com/2015/07/13/hannan-hits-hole-in-one-at-elk-river-golf-course/ http://erstarnews.com/2015/07/13/hannan-hits-hole-in-one-at-elk-river-golf-course/#comments Tue, 14 Jul 2015 01:32:15 +0000 http://erstarnews.com/?p=792072 A.J. Hannan
A.J. Hannan

A.J. Hannan, of Elk River, hit a hole-in-one on Sunday, July 5, on hole No. 2 at Elk River Golf Course.

The 19-year-old golfer used a 9-iron to hit the 145-yard shot en route to a score of 38 for nine holes.

Hannan, a 2014 Elk River High School graduate, said he has been golfing for five years.

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Youth hockey golf event set for July 25 http://erstarnews.com/2015/07/12/youth-hockey-golf-event-set-for-july-25/ http://erstarnews.com/2015/07/12/youth-hockey-golf-event-set-for-july-25/#comments Sun, 12 Jul 2015 11:00:42 +0000 http://erstarnews.com/?p=792060 On Saturday, July 25, golfers will raise funds for the Elk River Youth Hockey Association  Annual Golf Classic at the Elk River Country Club.

The funds raised will help families who may not be able to participate due to financial circumstances by primarily funding the Jon McLaughlin Scholarship Fund as well as assisting in keeping hockey fees down.

Golf classic sign-in is 9:30 a.m. for kids and 1 p.m. for adults. Dinner is at 7 p.m. Player registration is $100 per adult, $400 per team and $35 for kids’ golf. Dinner only is $25.

For more information on sponsorship, donation and volunteering, contact Alisha Heath, ERYHA golf tournament coordinator at alisha.l.heath@gmail.com.

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Pioneers lose in blowout to Saints http://erstarnews.com/2015/07/10/pioneers-lose-in-blowout-to-saints/ http://erstarnews.com/2015/07/10/pioneers-lose-in-blowout-to-saints/#comments Fri, 10 Jul 2015 19:43:45 +0000 http://erstarnews.com/?p=792081 The Elk River Pioneers fell behind early and lost in a 12-2 blowout to the St. Michael Saints.

Elk River was designated as the home team despite the game taking place at the St. Michael Recreation Center. The road Saints jumped on the Pioneers for four early runs in the first inning.

Trailing 5-0 in the fourth inning, Elk River got a double play, which looked to halt a big inning for St. Michael. The Saints had a big inning anyway, teeing off for six more runs, five coming after the two outs. Bryton Carlson capped off the inning with an RBI double.

Alex Naasz drove in St. Michael’s final run in the fifth inning. Joe Patterson drove in Elk River’s runs in the bottom of the sixth inning.

Mack Riley had a pair of hits for the Pioneers and also drew a walk.

Bryce Brahaum and Jordan Brown pitched for the Pioneers.

Manager Ken Ott said that the Pioneers need to get more hits and they hope to end their losing streak on Friday against Ramsey.

“That’s all I can ask, for the guys to keep playing good hardball,” Ott said.

The Pioneers have a busy weekend. They play at Ramsey Friday night, home against Rogers Saturday afternoon and home against Ramsey on Sunday afternoon.

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