Sports from the week of June 21, 2000 Headlight Herald - Serving Tracy, Minnesota, since 1880
Goltz, Rignell, Dolan, Schmidt gain 212 Conference honors
Three Panthers were named to the 212 Conferencee all-conference baseball team. a fourth received honorable mention.
All conference honors went to senior pitcher and shortstop Jeremy Goltz, junior catcher Derek Rignell, and junior pitcher Eric Dolan. Senior outfielder Cory Schmidt was honorable mention.
With hard work in the off season, Tauer said the Panthers have a good chance to return to the state tournament next spring. The coach said that many of the teams that finished ahead of the Panthers in the Section tournament, including Jackson County Central and BDRSH, lose many more seniors than the Panthers.
Winners announced for Saratoga 3-D archery shoot
Eighty-one archers competed in a three-dimensional target shoot at the Saratoga Archery Club near Amiret June 10-11.
Competition was held in six classes, with bowmen taking aim at 32, 3-D animal targets. Highest possible score was 320 points. The event was the second of its four annual 3-D shoots at Saratoga.
Twenty-eight people also competed in a "Tough Man" 3-D course. The course featured 16 targets set in more challenging condition.
Legion wins tourney
Pitching allows just 2 runs over three-game span
The Milroy Legion baseball team won their own tournament over the weekend to improve their record this season to 4-0.
Milroy opened with an 8-0 win over Granite Falls before winning over Walnut Grove/Westbrook 7-0. In the championship game, MIlroy defeated Springfield 6-2.
"We played a good tournament with three victories over three solid ball clubs," said Milroy Coach Chris Miller. "Good defense and good pitching will win a lot of ball games and I hope we can continue to get both."
The win over Springfield was a key win for Milroy since Springfield was last year' district Legion champion.