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SOFTBALL

Sibley-Ocheyedan fast-pitch softball pitcher Alayna Wingate is pitching and hitting to help her team win
Tournament play was at Caswell Park in North Mankato.
Teams from Parkers Prairie and Howard Lake played the first-ever softball game under the American Legion umbrella in Minnesota on May 30, 2022. Minnesota becomes the sixth state in the country to have a softball league sanctioned by the American Legion. It's the start of a new opportunity that many players and coaches have wanted for a long time.
Billi Connell is an outstanding fast-pitch softball player from Luverne, and her abilities will lead her to play for the Minnesota Gophers next season.

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Worthington girls fast-pitch softball player Lauren Nelson and her teammates are looking forward to a challenging, rewarding season
The Pipestone Area girls softball team is once again eyeing a state tournament berth in 2022. And on paper, the Arrows have what it takes to do it again.
Elissa (Reinsma) Wieneke made a name for herself as a trailblazing high school wrestler. Now she's bringing her expertise to the Murray County Central softball program.
The Minnesota West women's softball program, under the direction of Jeff Jager, returns after a promising 2021 season
Two thousand twenty-one. It was a year like no other, and it was a year like any other. The best of times and the worst of times, if you don’t mind Charles Dickens references.
Haley Grimmius, as her parents Brad and Sheila and brother Cade look on, signed to play softball at Augustana College Wednesday morning at Worthington High School. Haley, whose pitching and hitting led WHS deep into the sectional softball tournament last spring, has a year of eligibility remaining before beginning her college career.

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The Worthington High School boys cross country team is ranked fourth in Class AA in this week’s Minnesota Cross Country Coaches poll.
Trojans top Waconia and Hutchinson on the road
The Gophers softball team spent plenty of time celebrating its historic season last spring. Upon returning to the Twin Cities from its first-ever World Series appearance, the team attended countless events and made a number of appearances.

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