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Sports from the week of July 11, 2001 Headlight Herald - Serving Tracy, Minnesota, since 1880

Girls' softball team is unbeaten

The Tracy recreation program slow pitch softball team has played three games and won them all. they have won over Clements, Wabasso and Morgan and lead the league standings with a 3-0 record.

The team's roster includes: Kristina Anderson, Jenny Otto, Jaclyn rathje, Kristen Rokke, Kami Skoglund, Lindsay Erickson, Megan Anderson, Steph Hebig, Dani Jones, Ashley Julien, JeRae Kathman, Steph Kaup, Kasey Loeslie, Emily Miller, Linda Radke, Emily Raymond, Ashlei Carpenter, Stacy LaVoy.

Loss evens Legion record

Timely hitting missing as MACCRAY wins

The Milroy Legion baseball team saw their season record slip to 8-8 with a 9-2 loss to MACCRAY Tuesday night at Raymond.

The Milroy team was out-hit only 9-6 but had trouble scoring runs.

"We just didn't get our hits when we needed them," said Bill Tauer substituting for Coach Chris Miller. "Our defense was also a little suspect."

Milroy got on the board first with 2 runs in the third inning. However MACCRAY came back with 5 runs of their own in the bottom of the third and added 4 more in the fourth inning to seal the win.

Josh Skoblik started on the mound for Milroy and faced 18 hitters, giving up 5 runs (3 earned) on 5 hits while striking out 3 and walking 2. He was relieved by Nick Hanson who faced 7 hitters and gave up 4 (2 earned) runs on only 2 hits while striking out none and walking 2. Matt Daniels finished the game by facing 8 hitters and giving up no runs and no hits. He registered no strikeouts and walked 1 hitter.

Athletic heart screening offered at Tracy Hospital

Tracy Area Medical Services (TAMS) is teaming up with cardiologists from Sioux Valley Hospital and Cardiovascular Services to offer an Athletic Heart Screening to youth in junior high, high school and college.

The screening is scheduled for Monday, August 13 at the Tracy Hospital.

The screening will consists of two tests: an echocardiogram which uses ultrasound to visualize the internal structures of the heart and movement of its valves and walls; and an electrocardiogram which checks the electrical activity of the heart that produces heart beat and pulse.

This screening is designed to identify “silent” cardiac conditions. These conditions are usually impossible to discover without these specialized tests. In some cases, the conditions can be life threatening. Upon completion of these tests, Sioux Valley cardiologists have offered to donate their time to interpret tests results. Test results will be sent to both the athletes and their family physician.