Elk River Legion baseball
by Jim Boyle Editor The Elk River Legion baseball team took a two-game winning streak June 18 to Castle Field in Anoka. It beat a good Champlin Park team 4-3 on June 15 and Park Center 1-0 before rain finally halted a game on June 16 in the North Hennepin Conference League action. The wins [...]...Read More
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Elk River’s Legion baseball season ended with losses to Rogers and St. Michael-Albertville in the sub-state tournament at Osseo. The Elks, who opened playoffs with a 5-4 win over Maple Grove on Thursday, finished 12-13. STMA 12, Elk River 6 STMA thumped the Elks 12-6 on Friday with a 15-hit at...Read More
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  A two-run double by  Jordan Hollom helped Elk River Legion open a five-run lead and the Elks held on to defeat the Sartell Sabres 9-7 at home Tuesday evening. The Elks, up 6-4, loaded the bases in the fifth, got one run on a wild pitch, and two more when Hollon ripped a double [...]...Read More
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Elk River Legion won twice, then lost twice in the Grand Rapids tournament Friday through Sunday. “Great tournament for us,” said coach Skip Swanson. “We were in every game. We were 0-0 going into the sixth against Edina, when we just ran out of gas with our pitching. Terry Hadden ...Read More
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Tucker Morrell pitched seven strong innings as Elk River Legion opened sub-district playoffs with a 6-1 victory over Zimmerman on Tuesday evening in St. Cloud. The Elks (15-6), seeded No. 2, will face the winner of Waite Park vs. Sauk Rapids on Thursday, 8 p.m., at Faber Field in St. Cloud. Morrell ...Read More
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Joey Hudson and Tucker Morrell tossed a shutout as Elk River Legion closed the regular season with a 6-0 victory over Becker on Wednesday evening, clinching a first-round bye in the playoffs. The Elks were 7-2 in league play and take a 14-6 overall mark into sub-districts. Their first game will be T...Read More
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  Cold Spring pitcher Reed Pfannestein silenced Elk River Legion bats on Monday evening, leading the Springers to an 8-1 win over the Elks in Cold Spring. “He threw in the upper 80’s and had a good curve. It was tough for our guys to adjust,” said Elk coach Josh Juntunen. Pfan...Read More
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