For the second straight weekend, the Rosetown American Legion baseball team played in a large, multi-team tournament. Getting victories in those tournaments has proven to be a tough task for the Rockets.
The St. Anthony Hogs took part in the Town Ball Classic at Target Field. In front, seated, are Ryan Ferkinhoff, Sam Melchoir, Aidan Kelly, Andrew Johnson, Andy Sammon and Zach Siggelkow. Behind them are Noah Bluth, Nicho Roessler, Shay Torgerson, Mikey Fisher, Stephen Couillard, Mike Payne and Talbot Kraus. And, behind them, Mike Studer, John Grindeland, Jeff Ostrom, Mike Hankner, Steve Wehr, Ryan Bernardy, Chad Schnettler, Jordan Wiggins, Mike Dunn and Tom Mack. (submitted photo)
For the third time in three years, a baseball team from the Bulletin area picked up a victory at Target Field. The St.
North St. Paul 39er third baseman Gus Varland (4) throws to first for the second out in second inning action against Hamline Purple. The 39ers lost 6-7 in 9 innings at home June 24. (Linda Baumeister/Review)
Elvin Baez pitches 2-hitter
After a disappointing tournament performance in Grand Rapids, the North St. Paul 39ers got back on track Monday, June 22 against the Hamline Post 418 Hylanders at St. Paul Academy Field.
Behind a full-game pitching performance by Elvin Baez, the 39ers garnered six runs in the top of the seventh inning to gain a 6-2 triumph in District IV American Legion action.