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Legion Gold blanks Willmar

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NEW ULM — Four New Ulm pitchers combined to hold Willmar to two hits and Gold blanked Willmar 6-0 Friday in American Legion baseball. Ethan Stade got the win for Gold, who finishes the regular season at 19-6. Stade, Sam Keckeisen, Hunter Sehr and Tony Geiger all saw mound action. Sam ...

16U Blue softball takes second at Fairmont Tournament

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Submitted photo and information The New Ulm 16U Blue softball team took second at the Fairmont Tournament. New Ulm beat Waconia 11-1, Apple Valley Fusion 13-12, Misfits 5-4, and lost to Nicollet 8-1. Front row (l-r): Natalie Bianchi, Alyssa Ulrich, Abi Mathiowetz, Chloe Geiger, Shaelyn Hauser, ...

Errors, lack of hits plague Junior Gold against Fairmont

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NEW ULM — Errors and a struggle to string together hits proved costly for the New Ulm Junior Legion Gold baseball team on Thursday night at Mueller Park. After Junior Gold committed five errors and was outhit 10-4, Fairmont Post 36 ran away with a 9-2 win. Junior Gold starter Anton ...

Schmidt earns 2 1st-place finishes

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Submitted photo Eight-year old Ethan Schmidt of New Ulm had three Sota Series Junior Golf tournaments this week in the (7-9 yr old group). Ethan earned first-place honors in the New Ulm and Sleepy Eye Tournaments July 13 and 15 respectively. On Friday, July 16 at the New Hope Village Golf ...

New Ulm HOF class members honored to be inducted

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NEW ULM — If you look at the statistics for Chris Cariveau, one of two former players inducted Sunday into the New Ulm Baseball Hall of Fame, one of the many career statistics of Cariveau’s that jump out at you are his innings pitched. Since beginning his amateur baseball career in 2002 ...

TEL playoffs to be in New Ulm, Springfield

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NEW ULM — Johnson and Mueller Parks in New Ulm and Riverside Park in Springfield will be the sites of all Tomahawk East League playoff games. Higher seeded teams will be the home team. Playoff games in New Ulm are set to begin at 7:30 p.m. on Thursday, July 29, at both Johnson and ...