Sports from the week of June 1, 2005
Track section is Thursday in Redwood
Bobbi Buyck, Megan Pool, and Tessa Nelson led the Panther girls’ track team to a sub-section championship Thursday in Redwood Falls.
Buyck won four individual events (100M dash, 200M dash, 100M hurdles, pole vault), Pool won the 300M hurdles, and was on the 4X100M relay team, and Nelson won the high jump.
The Section 3A track meet is scheduled Thursday in Redwood Falls.
Girls’ team scores in the sub-section meet were: 1) TMB, 140; 2) RCW, 124; 3)Canby/Minneota, 104; 4)R-T-R/LB, 78; 5) Redwood Valley, 72; 6)Lincoln HI, 24; Lakeview, 9.
Individual Panther placers were:
100M dash-Bobbi Buyck, first, 12.96, Bridget Kirsh, fifth, 13.54, Michelle Lanoue, ninth, 13.96;
200M dash- Buyck, first, 26.97, Kirsh, third, 27.66, Sarah Fritz, sixth, 28.37;
400M dash-Jenna Schaar, third, 1:08.42, Carly Miller, fifth, 1:10.63, Paige Hansen, eighth, 1:14.52;
1600M run-Roxy Ryan, eighth, 6:34.27;
3200M run-Jenny Vroman, ninth, 14:41.41;
100M hurdles- Buyck, first, 15.61, Megan Pool, third, 17.25, Chantelle Cooreman, ninth, 20.16;
300M hurdles, Pool, first, 51.13, Cooreman, eighth, 58.35, Cherie Willard, ninth, 59.12;
4X 100M relay, TMB (Kirsh, Schaar, Melissa Luckhardt and Fritz), first, 53.43;
4 X 200M relay-TMB (Lanoue, Luckhardt, Pool and Fritz), second, 1:56.26;
4 X 400M relay-TMB (Cooreman, Willard, Ashley Morin, and Lanoue), sixth, 4;52.21;
High jump-Tessa Nelson, first, 4-10, Schaar, seventh, 4-2;
Pole Vault- Buyck, first, 8-6, Lyndsie Murphy, second, 8-0, Carly Miller, third, 8-0;
Long jump- Melissa Luckhardt, seventh, 14-6, Emily Miller, ninth, 13-8;
Triple jump-Emily Miller, second, 31-9, Paige Hanson, ninth, 27-8;
Shot put-Casie Willard, second, 34-1; Discus-Willard, fourth, 105-5.
The boys’ team scores were: 1)Redwood Valley, 139.5; 2) TMB, 102; 3) R-T-R/LB, 97.5; 4) RCW, 76; 5)Lakeview, 30; 6) Lincoln HI, 12.5.
The Panther boys got first-place finishes from Trevor Morin in the 100M, Brad Lanoue in the 800M, 4 X 200M relay team,(Dan Tutt, Matt Rosa, Drew Nelson & Morin), Gary Knott in the high jump and Tutt in the pole vault.
The Panther boys’ individual results were:
100M dash- Morin, first 11.58;
200M dash- Morin, second, 23.39;
400M dash- Nelson, second, 54.43;
800M run- Lanoue, first, 2:11.72, Ryan Tholen, sixth, 5:01.78;
1600M run- Lanoue, fourth, 5:00.89, Tholen, fifth, 5:01.78;
300M hurdles-Steven Paradis, fifth, 47.52;
4 X 100M relay- TMB (Matt Rosa, Knott, Chad Stibbe and Seth Swan), second, 48.91;
4 X 200M relay-TMB (Tutt, Rosa, Nelson and Morin), first, 1:35.64;
4 X 400 M relay- TMB (Paradis, Tholen, Nick Soupir and Guillaume Frebault), fifth, 4:02.16;
4 X 800M relay-TMB (Andrew Prairie, Sam VanNevel, Brady Jackson and Matt Schons), fifth, 10:56.39;
High Jump- Knott, first, 6-4;
Pole Vault- Tutt, first, 11-0, Stibbe, second, 10-6, Jackson, fifth, 8-0;
Triple jump- Nelson, fourth, 38-10 1/2, Frebault, eighth, 34-6 3/4;
Shot put-Sean Kirk, sixth, 42-1;
Discus-Jon Carter, eighth, 102.5, Kirk, ninth, 101-6.
TMB advances, play Wednesday
The Panther baseball team stayed alive in the loser’s bracket with a 2-1 win over MACCRAY at Windom Tuesday night. The win improved Tracy/Milroy/Balaton’s season record to 15-8 and they will play Luverne Wednesday (June 1) at Milroy, game time is 5:00 P.M.. Luverne won over RCW Tuesday night by a score of 4-2.
The Panthers got on the board first when Erik Frisvold walked in the third inning, advanced to second on a passed ball and scored on an overthrow on Derek Radke’s ground ball. The Wolverines tied the game in the top of the sixth inning.
The Panthers came right back in the bottom of the sixth to get the go ahead run on a bases loaded walk to Derek Daniels. David Schmidt opened the sixth with a single and advanced to third when Radke’s ground ball was mishandled. Matt Bauer was intentionally walked to load the bases before Daniels worked a walk to score the winning run.
Sean Castle pitched the first five innings and gave up 1 unearned run on 4 hits while striking out 3 and walking 4. Bauer finished the game, and got the win, by pitching the last 2 innings giving up no runs and no hits while striking out 2 and walking 1.
The Panthers were held to only three hits, all singles and registered by Donald Strand (who broke the school record for stolen bases with a steal of second in the first inning), Schmidt and Castle.
MACCRAY 000 001 0 1 4 2
T/M/B 001 001 x 2 3 2
T/M/B-Strand, 2b, 3-0-1; D. Schmidt, DH, 1-1-1; Nelson, c; Radke,ss, 3-0-0; Bauer,3b, 2-0-0; Daniels, cf, 2-0-0; Carlson, lf, 2-0-0; Walling,ph,1-0-0; Jackson,rf, 3-0-0; Frisvold,1b, 2-0-0; Castle, p, 2-0-1. Totals 21-2-3.
Teams that are still alive in the Section 3AA Tournament are LQPV, YME, Windom, T/M/B, RRC/WWG, Pipestone, Montevideo and Luverne.
Panther nine survives shaky start to advance in playoffs
Westbrook-Walnut Grove/Red Rock Central setback Panther baseball playoff with an opening round 4-3 win over Tracy/Milroy/Balaton Saturday.
The Panthers kept their hopes alive with a 4-2 victory over Jackson County Central in a second game Saturday.
Falcons 4, Panthers 3
The Falcons out-played the Panthers, repeatedly bunting the ball and forcing the Panthers to make plays TMB cooperated by committing six errors.
The Panthers took a two-run lead in the first inning and the Falcons coming back to score one run in the third and two runs in the sixth to tie the score and then take a one-run lead. The Panthers’ Sean Castle stole home with two out in the last of the seventh to send the game into extra innings, only to have the Falcons put up the winning run in the top of the eighth inning.
“You just cannot have as many mistakes as we did and expect to win,” said Panther Coach Bill Tauer. “Give them credit, they kept the ball on the ground and made us make plays. Offensively we just had too many fly ball outs. The kids hung in there till the end. We had a chance again in the bottom of the eighth but couldn’t get the timely hit.”
The Panthers out hit the Falcons 8-4 with Derek Radke and Derek Daniels leading the attack with 2 and 3 hits respectively. David Schmidt had a double and Sean Castle a triple after which he stole home to tie the game in the seventh inning.
Matt Bauer went all the way on the mound for TMB giving up 4 runs ( none earned) on 4 hits while striking out 6 and walking 3.
W-WG/RRC 001 002 01 4 4 1
TMB 200 000 10 3 8 6
TMB-Strand, 2b,4-0-0; Schmidt,3b,4-1-1; Radke,ss,3-1-2; Bauer,p,4-0-1; Daniels,1b,3-0-3; Carlson,lf,3-0-0; Jackson,rf,3-0-0; Vandromme,DH,3-0-0; Nelson,c; Castle,cf,3-1-1. Totals30-3-8.
Panthers 4, Huskies 2
The Panther baseball team defeated Jackson County Central, the defending state champions, 10-5 in their second game Saturday.
“The boys came out with something to prove,” said Tauer. “We played with determination. Eliminating the defending state champions was a nice accomplishment for this team. If we can play with some consistency I believe we can go quite deep into this tournament yet.”
The Panthers scored five runs in the first inning, two more in the third, two more in the fourth and one in the sixth inning. They out hit the Huskies 13-6 and just played much better baseball than they had against W-WG/RRC.
Derek Radke pitched the whole game for TMB and gave up 5 runs on 6 hits while striking out 6 and walking 4. David Schmidt and Matt Bauer paced the 13 hit Panther attack with 3 hits each while Derek Daniels had 2.
JCC 000 030 2 5 6 2
TMB 502 201 x 10 13 4
TMB-Strand, 2b, 3-2-1; Schmidt,ss,4-2-3; Radke,p,4-1-0; Bauer,3b,4-3-3; Daniels,lf,3-2-2; Frisvold,1b,3-0-1; Jackson,rf,2-0-1; Walling,ph,1-0-0; Vandromme,DH,2-0-1; Nlsonc;Castle,cf,3-0-1. Totals-29-10-13.
Scott LaVoy leads St. John's in RBIs
2002 Tracy Area High School graduate Scott LaVoy hit .308 for the St. John’s University baseball team.
Playing in 34 games, LaVoy had 20 runs scored, 37 hits, 10 doubles, three triples, one home run and 29 RBI.
LaVoy did not commit an error in 56 total fielding chances in right field. And led his team in doubles, triples and RBIs.
In 20 Minnesota Intercollegiate Athletic Conference games, LaVoy was second in the league with 21 RBI, seven doubles and 10th in the league with 23 hits.
St. John’s finished its season with a 17-17 overall record and 10-10 record in the Minnesota Intercollegiate Athletic Conference.