Sports from the week of May 25, 2005
Panthers revel in 212 title
Tracy/Milroy/Balaton won the 212 Conference baseball championship with a 9-5 win over KMS at Tracy last Friday by a score of 9-5. The victory closed out their conference schedule with 10-4 record. The conference baseball title was TMB’s first since 2001.
“The ACGC Falcons lost a couple of games last week to open the door for us,” said Panther Coach Bill Tauer. “The kids went out and opened up a 5-0 lead on KMS in the first two innings. An early lead always helps.”
David Schmidt led the 9 hit Panther attack with a pair of hits. Other hits were recorded by Donald Strand, Derek Radke, Matt Bauer, Derek Daniels, Paul Carlson, Brett Jackson and Andy Nelson.
Derek Radke went all seven innings on the mound for T/M/B and held KMS to 5 runs ( 2 earned) on 8 hits while striking out 4 and walking two.
“Our first goal for this season was to win the conference in its final season,” said Tauer. “Now we hope to do well in the playoffs.”
KMS 000 211 1 5 8 2
T/M/B 321 120 x 9 9 5
T/M/B-Strand,2b,2-3-1; Schmidt,ss,2-1-2; Radke,p,4-0-1; Bauer,3b,1-3-1; Daniels, 1b,3-1-1; Carlson,rf, 3-0-1; Jackson,cf,3-0-1; Nelson, c, 4-0-1; Castle,lf, 3-1-0; Frisvold,1b,1-0-0. Totals-26-9-9.
Panthers fall to Marshall
The Marshall Tigers won over Tracy/Milroy/Balaton at Milroy Tuesday night by a score of 10-1 to finish the regular season for both teams. The Panthers won 13 games and lost 7 and will meet W-WG/RRC in the playoffs this Saturday at Milroy at 10:00 A.M.
“I was a little bit disappointed in our hitting tonight,” said Panther Coach Bill Tauer. “The positive part of it is that we faced a good team with some good, solid pitching and that will help to prepare us for the playoffs.”
Matt Bauer doubled in the fourth inning for the only Panther hit of the game.
Marshall 127 000 0 10 10 0
T/M/B 000 100 0 1 1 3
T/M/B- Strand,2b,2-0-0; Castle,lf,3-0-0; Radke,ss,2-1-0; Bauer,3b,3-0-1; Daniels,p,2-0-0; Carlson, rf,3-0-0; Jackson,cf,2-0-0; Frizvold,1b,2-0-0; WallingDH,2-0-0; Nelson,c. Totals 21-1-1.
Softball team bows out of playoffs
The Panther girls’ softball team was eliminated from the Section 3AA South Tournament in Pipestone Tuesday by BOLD by a score of 9-4. The first round of the tournament was single elimination so the Panther’s season is over. Tracy/Milroy/Balaton won 8 games, lost 9 and tied 1 and was the third seed in the tournament.
BOLD made life miserable for us with the bunt” said Panther Coach Dave Sogge. “They had quite a few baserunners, and when they bunted, we kind of threw the ball around. We weren’t always able to make the plays we needed to. And Seims was tough. We are as good a hitting club as there is around and she shut us down. She threw strikes and she threw hard. We average three K’s a game and she had nine.”
The Panthers started off well by scoring 2 runs in the bottom of the first inning to take a 2-0 lead. However BOLD came back with 4 runs in the second inning to go up 4-2. T/M/B tied the score with 2 runs in the fourth but BOLD’s run in the fifth and 4 more in the sixth clinched the win for the Lady Warriors.
Ashlei Carpenter led the 6 hit Panther offense with a double and run batted in, she also pitched the whole 7 innings giving up 9 runs (8 earned) on only 4 hits while striking out 6, walking 5 and hitting 4 batters.
BOLD 040 014 0 9 4 0
T/M/B 200 200 0 4 6 1
T/M/B-Kirk, ss, 4-0-0; LaVoy, cf, 4-0-0; Lightfoot, lf, Schelhaas, 1b, 2-1-1; Carpenter, p, 3-1-2; VanMoer, c, 3-1-1; Miller, DP, 2-0-0; Brockway, 3b, 3-0-1; Vroman, 2b, 3-0-0; Towne, flex. Totals-27-4-6
Sub-section track is at Redwood Falls Thursday
The Panther track team had a tune-up meet held in Granite Falls Monday for the sub-section meet in Redwood Falls Thursday
“This was a re-scheduled meet and some of our team members had commitments and could not participate,” said Assistant Panther Coach Jenny Kirk. The Panthers finished third in boys’ and girls’ competition.
1) RCW, 132.5; 2) YME, 112; 3) T/M/B, 94; 4)Lakeview, 11.5; 5) MACCRAY, 3.
The girls individual results were: 4 X 800M relay-T/M/B ( Brockway, Snyder, Vandromme, Ryan) third, 12:13.9; 100M hurdles- Pool, third, 17.45; 100M dash- Buyck, first, 12.66, Lanoue, fourth, 13.77; 4 X 200M relay-T/M/B (Kirsh, Lanoue, Pool, Fritz) first, 1:56.2; 1600M run- Brockway, fourth, 7:11.3; 4 X 100M relay- T/M/B (Kirsh, Schaar, Lanoue, Fritz) first, 53.05; 400M dash- Schaar, second, 1:06.2, Morin, fourth, 1:12.0; 300M hurdles- Pool, third, 52.49; 200M dash-Buyck, first, 26.63; 3200M run- Vroman, fourth, 15:08.4; Shot put-Willard, third, 33-7; Discus- Willard, third, 91-11; Long jump- Miller, third, 13-4; Triple jump- Miller, second, 30-5; High jump-Schaar, first, 4-8; pole vault-Miller, first, 7-0.
The boys team scores were: 1) MACCRAY, 110; 2) YME, 104; 3) T/M/B, 61; 4) RCW, 60; 5) Lakeview 11.
“Dan Tutt’s vault of 13-9 was his personal best of the season,” said Kirk
: 100M dash-Morin, first, 11.58, Swan, third, 12.11; 4 X200M relay- T/M/B (Tutt, Rosa, Nelson, Morin) first, 1:34.4; 1600M run- Tholen, third, 5:02.3; 400M dash- Nelson, second, 53.9; 300M hurdles- Paradis, fourth, 46.3; 800M run- Prairie, fifth, 2:21.8; 200M dash- Rosa, third, 24.36, Swan, fifth, 25.14; 4 X 400M relay-T/M/B (Prairie, Soupir, Tholen, Paradis) fourth, 4:02.0; Long jump- Frebault, third, 17-10 1/2; Triple Jump- Nelson, first, 37-1 1/2, Frebault, fifth, 34-11; High Jump-G. Knott, first, 6-2, Nelson, fourth, 5-8; Pole vault- Tutt, first, 13-9, Jackson, fifth, 8-6.
Tracksters are middle of pack in 212
The Panther boys and girls each finished third in the 212 Conference Track Meet held in Tracy Thursday.
The girls team scores were: 1) Renville County West, 123.5; 2) BLH/BOLD, 121; 3) T/M/B, 108.5; 4)ACGC, 103; 5) YME, 96.
The Panther girls got first place finishes from Bobbi Jo Buyck in the 100M dash, the 200M dash, the pole vault and the 100M hurdles (including a new conference record in the hurdles) , the 4 X 100M relay (Kirsh, Luckhardt, Fritz and Schaar) and Melissa Luckhardt in the long jump.
The girls individual results were: 100M dash-Buyck, first, 12.60; 200M dash-Buyck, first, 26.63, Kirsh, 4th, 27.06; 400M dash- Schaar, sixth, 1:06.35; 1600M run- Mason, sixth, 6:38.24; 100M hurdles- Buyck, first, 15.64, Pool, 4th, 17.13; 300M hurdles- Pool, second, 50.43;4 X 100M relay- T/M/B (Kirsh, Luckhardt, Fritz, Schaar) first, 52.26; 4 X 200 relay- T/M/B (Fritz, Kirsh, Lanoue, Pool) second, 1:50.79; 4 X 400M relay- T/M/B (Cooreman, Morin, Miller, Lanoue) third, 4:42.20; 4 X 800M relay- T/M/B( Lanoue, Brockway, Mason, Ryan) fifth, 11:21.37; High Jump- Nelson, fifth, 4-8, Schaar, 6th, 4-6; Pole vault-Buyck, first, 10-0, Miller, 4th, 7-6, Murphy, 5th, 7-6; long jump- Luckhardt, first, 15-3 1/2; Triple Jump- Miller, third, 29.11.00;
The boys team scores were: 1) MACCRAY, 151; 2) ACGC, 102; 3) T/M/B, 95; 4)YME, 75; 5) BLH/BOLD, 67; 6) RCW, 64.
The boys got first place finishes from Trevor Morin in the 200M dash, Drew Nelson in the 400 M dash, the 4 X 200M relay ·( Morin, Tutt, Nelson, Rosa),Dan Tutt in the pole vault and Gary Knott in the high jump.
The boys individual results were: 100M dash-Morin, second, 11.40, Swan, 6th, 12.00; 200M dash- Morin, first, 23.06, Rosa, 6th, 24.02; 400M dash- Nelson, first, 52.71; 1600M run- Tholen, 4th, 4:54.22; 4 X 100M relay- T/M/B ( Knott, Stibbe, Rosa, Swan) third, 47.65; 4 X 200M relay- T/M/B( Morin, Tutt, Nelson, Rosa) first, 1:33.29; 4 X 400M relay (Paradis, Frebault, Prairie, Tholen)fifth, 4:02.10; 4 X 800M relay-T/M/b(Jones, Jackson, Prairie, VanNevel) fifth, 10:20.65; High Jump- Gary Knott, first, 6-4, Nelson, 4th, 5-6; Pole vault-Tutt, first, 13-6, Stibbe, 5th, 11-0; Long jump- Frebault, 4th, 17-8; Triple jump- Nelson,first, 38-7; Shot put- Kirk, 6th, 40-11.