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It was tough to come out here down eight runs and try to come back, Evergreen Park manager Jerry Hayes said. Things went bad (Tuesday) and we just couldn't turn it around. As a result, Evergreen bowed out of the Little League Intermediate Division
AP Two unidentified men attack Kansas City first-base coach Tom Gamboa in the ninth inning against the Chicago White Sox in a Sept. 19, 2002 game at Comiskey Park...At least according to first-year Brooklyn Cyclones manager Tom Gamboa.
Paul Lakeville South's Amanda Bloomquist (13) celebrated with teammates after hitting a grand slam in the Class 3A semifinal game with Anoka to help lead her team to victory in the state tournament at Caswell Park in North Mankato. Photo: Richard.
Playing an aggressive schedule and having a target on its back as two-time state champions, the Venice High baseball team has faced outstanding pitchers this season. When the Indians look back at the 2014 season, it will be the performance by Trent
MaxPreps, the first time an athletic team at the school reached the lofty position. The Indians then began the season with a 5-3 loss to Lakewood Ranch. That cost them a shot at holding on to the top spot, although it may have been a blessing in
A Maple Grove player tried to bunt in Thursday's quarterfinal game against Bloomington Jefferson at Caswell Park in north Mankato. Star Tribune photo: Jason Gonzalez, email@example.com Defending champ Stillwater falls Justus Perry made
Jim Karczewski~for Sun-Times Media Tinley Park's softball team had a special speaker Wednesday. Randy Couwenhoven, the school's associate principal but for many years a softball coach at Sandburg who took six teams to the state finals, spoke to the
Heading into the final day of the Western Athletic Conference tournament, the UT Arlington baseball team no longer holds its fate in its hands. UTA put the lead runner in scoring position in the ninth inning, but New Mexico State team snuffed out the
One is known for automobiles and Eminem, the other for cable cars and the Grateful Dead . One sits along a river near a lake, the other looks out at the Pacific Ocean. The two teams facing off in this year's World Series are vastly different, and so
Clay Buccholz pitched a four-hitter for his third career shutout — all against Baltimore — leading Boston Red Sox over the Orioles 7-0 Thursday night. Buccholz (6-2) struck out six and walked one, throwing 125 pitches, two shy of