Sports from the week of May 24, 2006
Panthers top Camden baseball
The Panther baseball team won the Camden Conference Championship with an 8-6 win over KMS in 8 innings at Kerkhoven. Tracy/Milroy/Balaton improved to 14-5 for the season and 10-2 in the conference. KMS dropped to 11-3 overall and 8-3 conference.
The Fighting Saints tied the game 6-6 in the bottom of the seventh inning with a home run by Jason Fernholz off Panther right fielder Paul Carlsons glove .
We would have won the game in seven innings if I hadnt hit the fence and had the ball pop out of my glove and go over the fence, said Carlson.
That would have been a tremendous catch by Paul (Carlson), said Panther Coach Bill Tauer. All in all the kids played well today, it was a back and forth game.
Matt Bauer started on the mound for TMB and pitched 4 1/3 innings giving up 5 runs while striking out 7 walking 4 and hitting 3 hitters. Derek Daniels came on in relief and got the win by pitching 3 2/3 innings and allowing only 1 run.
Paul Carlson led the 9 hit Panther attack with a 3 for 4 day at the plate while Matt Bauer was 2 for 5.
T/M/B 000 211 22 8 9 2
KMS 100 310 10 6 6 6
T/M/B-Rignell, DH, 3,0,0; Walling,3b; Radke,ss,2,1,1; Schmidt,2b,4,2,0; Bauer,p,5,1,2; Daniels, cf,3,0,1; Carlson,rf, 4,1,3; Dolan, lf,4,0,1; Fox, 1b,4,2,1; Nelson,c,3,1,0. Totals,32,8,6.
Softball team bows out
The Panther softball team was eliminated from section play by Redwood Valley 10-0 at Windom Tuesday night.
Ashlei Carpenter pitched for Tracy/Milroy/Balaton and gave up 10 runs (six earned) on 7 hits while striking out 5 and walking 8.
Alyssa Kirk got the only Panther hit in a game in which the wind was so strong it took a flight of Pelicans a whole half inning to fly over the field.
T/M/B 000 000 0 1 7
Redwood Valley 212 023 10 7 7
T/M/B-LaVoy, c,3,0,0; Carpenter, p,2,0,0; Kirk,ss,3,0,1; Schelhaas, 1b,3,0,0; Miller, 3b,2,0,0; Ashley Kirk,lf,2,0,0; Rayman,cf.2,0,0; Bauer,DP, 2,0,0; Haecherl,rf,2,0,0; Vroman,flex. Totals 21,0,1.
One point keeps TMB boys from track title
The Tracy/Milroy/Balaton track missed a Camden Conference team championship by one point Friday. MACCRAY edged the Panthers with 89 points, while TMB had 88.
The boys team scores were: 1) MACCRAY, 89; 2) TMB, 88; 3) LQPV/D-B, 82; 4)R-T-R, 81; 5)Canby/Minneota, 72; 6)RCW, 67; 7) HBC/E,67; 8)Lincoln H,I,/LB, 11; 9) Lakeview,0.
The Panther boys got first places from Gary Knott in the high jump, Chad Stibbe in the pole vault, Drew Nelson in the 400 meters the 4x200-meter relay of Matt Rosa, Drew Nelson, Steve Paradis, and John Swenhaugen.
The Panther girls were second of nine teams.
Panther athletes set five new Camden Comference records.
Bobbi Buyck set girls records in the 100 meter dash, 100 meter hurdles, and pole vault. The girls 4x100 relay team of Kirsch, Miller, Fritz, and Buyck also set a new mark.
The boys 4x200 meter relay also set a new record.
Scoring for the Panther boys were:
4 X 800M relay-TMB 6th, 9:58;
100M dash-Kirk, 5th, 11.62;
4 X 200M relay-TMB 1st, 1:34.88;
1600M run-Tholen, 2nd, 4:44.25; Lanoue, 5th, 5:05;
Pole vault-Stibbe, 1st, 11-6; Hook,2nd, 10-6; Vroman, 6th, 6-6;
High jump-Knott, 1st, 6-4; Nelson, 5th, 5-10;
4 X 100M relay-TMB, 4th,47.4;
400M dash-Nelson, 1st, 52.32; Rosa, 5th, 54.18;
Triple jump-Nelson, 2nd, 38-9 ;
800M run- Knott, 4th, 2:11.53; Lanoue, 5th, 2:13.81;
200M dash- Swenhaugen, 3rd, 23.82;
4 X 400M relay-TMB, fourth, 3:43.14.
Buyck was a triple winner for the girls in the 100-meter dash, 100-meter hurdles, and the pole vault. Jillian Tholen won the 800 meters, and was second in the 1600 meters. Cassie Willard won the discus.
Renville County West won the girls meet with 126 point, edging TMB by 18 points. Girls team scores were: 1) RCW, 126; 2)TMB, 108; 3)Canby/Minneota, 72; 4) R-T-R, 68; 5) LQPV/D-B, 58; 6) Lakeview, 54; 7) HBC/E/E, 48; 8) Lincoln H.I./LB, 25 9)MACCRAY 0.
Individual Panther placers were:
4 X 800M relay-TMB, 6th, 11:27;
100M hurdles- Buyck, 1st, 12.38; 100M dash-Buyck, 1st, 12.39; Kirsh, 4th,12.81;
4 X200M relay-TMB, 6th, 2:02.71;
1600M run- Tholen, 2nd, 5:11.67;
Pole vault-Buyck, 1st, 10-6;
4 X 100M relay- TMB1st, 51.03;
High jump- Haugen, 2nd. 4-8;
Shot put- Willard, 5th, 31-5;
Discus- Willard, 1st, 104-8 ;
800M run-Tholen, 1st,2:25.39;