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Sports from the week of April 26, 2006



Tracksters host second home meet

Tracy/Milroy/Balaton athletes placed second in both girls’ and boys’ competition at the Panther II meet held in Tracy Tuesday. Fulda won the boys and girls competitions.

Boys’ team scores were: 1) Fulda, 169; 2) T/M/B, 110; 3) R-T-R, 96; 4) MLBO, 70; 5) Lincoln H.I./Lake Benton, 52; 6) W-WG/RRC, 45.

Placing for TMB were:

Shot Put-Deiter, 5th, 31-6;

100M dash-Hook, 5th, 12.12; Kirk, 6th, 12.22;

4 X 200M relay- T/M/B, (Rosa, Paradis, Swenhaugen, Nelson), 2nd,1:37.68;

Discus-Deiter, 3rd, 81-11;

1600M run- Tholen, 1st, 4:45.54; Mata, 4th, 5:25.16;

4 X 100M relay-T/M/B (Rosa, Hook, Kirk, Paradis),48.82;

High Jump - Knott, 1st, 5-10; Nelson, 2nd, 5-8;

Pole vault- Stibbe, 1st, 11-0; Hook, 3rd, 9-6;

800M run- Soupir, 2nd, 2:26.11;

200M dash-Kirk, 5th, 25.54;

4 X 400 relay-T/M/B (Mata, Nelson, Paradis, Tholen), 2nd,3:53,44;

Triple Jump-Nelson, 2nd,37-7.


The girl’s team scores were: 1)Fulda, 148; 2)T/M/B, 123; 3)W-WG/RRC, 95; 4)MLBO, 90; 5) R-T-R, 60; 6) Lincoln H.I./LB,48.

Scoring for the Panther girls were:

3200M relay-T/M/B (Stobb, Mason, Ryan, Bautista), 4th, 11:34.84;

Discus-Willard, 1st, 102-8;

110Hurdles-Buyck, 1st;

100M dash-Buyck, 1st, 12.7; Kirsh, 3rd, 13.29;

4 X 200M relay- T/M/B (Snyder, Kolander, Fritz, Kirsh), 1st, 1:57.4;

1600M run- Tholen, 1st, 5:12.54;

Shot Put-Willard, 1st, 33-1;

4 X 100M relay-T/M/B (Kirsh, Buyck, Kolander, Fritz), 1st, 53.31;

Pole vault-Buyck, 1st, 10-0; Miller, 2nd, 7-0; Snyder, 6th, 6-0;

200M run- Fritz, 2nd, 27.9;

3200M run- Tholen, 1st, 11.14.37;

4 X 400M relay-T/M/B (Miller, Ryan, Snyder, Miller), 5th, 4:56.20.

TMB rallies for softball win

Tracy/Milroy/Balaton softball girls overcame a stubborn effort from the Adrian Dragons to notch a 13-6 win at home Friday.

After Adrian had scored three in the top of the second to take a 3-2 lead, the Panthers roared back with five in the bottom to claim a 7-3 lead.

Ashlei Carpenter led the Panthers with four hits in five at-bats. Mariah Schelhaas and Casie Miller both had three-hit games. Miller had four RBI.

Carpenter picked up the win to even her record at 3-3. She gave up 6 runs on 6 hits, walked 4 and struck out 3.

“Carpenter has become a strike out pitcher, but Adrian proved they could put the ball in play,” said Panther Coach Dave Sogge. “They are a new program, but it looks like they are off to a good start.”

The softball team plays four games this week: a single game in Marshall on Tuesday, a doubleheader against Central Minnesota Christian at home Thursday and a single game at home against Redwood Valley on Friday.


03 101 0 6 6 6


250 051 x 13 17 3


T/M/B-Haecherl,rf,1,1,0; Maeyaert,rf,2,1,1; Carpenter,p,5,3,4; Kirk,ss, 3,4,1; Schelhaas,1b,4,1,3; Miller, 3b,5,1,3; Rayman, cf,4,0,2; Vroman,2b,4,0,2; Ashley Kirk,lf,1,1,0; Bladholm,lf,1,0,0; Zens,c,4,1,1. Totals,35,13,17.


Golfers close out week with meets

Tracy/Milroy/Balaton golfers had meets Thursday and Friday.

Friday Panthers hosted a triangular with Worthington and RRC. The boys lost to both teams and the girls had only two golfers.

Boys’ team scores were: RRC, 190; Worthington, 191, T/M/B, 202.

Scoring for the Panther boys’ were: Kyle McIntire, 47; Sam Lau, 49; Chad Cooreman, 52; Mike Lenertz, 54. Scoring for the Panther girls’ were: Cassie Bryant, 58; Nicole Hansen, 61.

“We will bring Courtney and Vicky Lau up to the varsity for Tuesday’s meet at Westbrook to give us a complete team of girls,” said Panther Coach Randy McIntire. “Some of our boys are just a couple of swings away from shooting a 40 or a 41.”

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The team traveled to Sanborn Friday for a triangular with Wabasso and Minnesota Valley Lutheran Thursday.

The boys’ team scores were: Wabasso, 186; MVL, 193; TMB 204.

Scoring for the Panther boys were: McIntire, 47; Lau, 50; Ryan Kaup, 53; Cooreman, 54.

The Wabasso girls’ team shot a 257 and neither MVL nor TMB had a complete team. Bryant scored at 58 while Hansen shot at 61.