Sports from the week of July 9, 2003
Cheerleaders selected for squad
Four Panther cheerleaders have been selected for an "All-American Cheerleader" squad sponsored by the American Cheer Federation.
Senior Jonna Grunden, junior Shanel Hanson, sophomore Casie Miller, and eighth grader Chantalle Cooreman were selected for the honor during a cheering camp held at Lake Okoboji. Sixty-eight girls tried out for the squad, and 20 were selected. For the tryouts, candidates needed to perform a cheer and two jumps.
The All-American Cheerleader squad will perform a half-time routine at a college football game in Florida this December. The girls hope to raise money to defray the cost of their trip. For more information, people can contact the team's coach, Missie Erbes, at 507-828-8894.
Fifteen Panther cheerleaders attended the cheering camp and were named "Most spirited" squad.
It's 'ugly,' but VFW wins
The Tracy VFW Baseball Team won over Canby, Tuesday night by a score of 7-4. The win improved Tracy's season record to 5-10 and they are 5-7 in league games.
"It was a pretty ugly game," said Tracy Coach Bill Tauer. "However, Derek (Radke) did a good job pitching."
Derek Radke went all the way on the mound for Tracy and gave up 4 runs (1 earned) on 5 hits while striking out 14 and walking 2.
Legion Baseball splits two games
The Milroy Junior Legion Baseball Team played 2 games this past week winning one and losing one.
Tracy 10-Jackson 0
They won over Jackson lsat Tuesday evening by a score of 10-0 with Anthony Rohlik throwing a one hitter. Matt Persons led the 10 hit Milroy attack with a 3 for 3 night at the plate. Donald Strand and Greg Carlson added 2 hits each.
Tracy 0 - Redwood Falls 6
On Monday evening the Milroy Legion team lost to Redwood Falls by a score of 6-0. Greg Carlson went all the way on the mound for Milroy and gave up 6 runs on 7 hits while walking 3 and striking out 3. Milroy was held to only 2 hits, one by Donald Strand and 1 by Anthony Rohlik.