The baseball teams from Roseville Area High School and Concordia Academy saw their seasons come to a conclusion a day apart last week. Roseville went 0-2 in the post-season while the Beacons lasted one round longer and finished 1-2.
For a team that finished five games below .500 in the regular season, the Roseville Area High School fastpitch softball team did well in the playoffs. The Raiders, seeded seventh in Section 4AAAA, finished third.
Prior to the start of the Section 4AAAA faspitch softball playoffs, Roseville Area High School head coach Julie Standering said she thought her team was finding a groove at just the right time. She also said that North St.
The Concordia Academy boys track and field team didn’t win the official team title at last week’s Tri-Metro Conference championships but it did bring home an unofficial championship. The Beacons were the rulers of the distance races.
When the calendar turns to May, that’s the time for high school spring sports teams to turn the page and start preparing for the playoffs. It seems as though the Roseville Area High School fastpitch softball team has done just that.