Whether Mitch Wachendorf missed baseball is unknown but the Washburn American Legion baseball team missed him.
Posted 7/21/10 (Wed) read more »
Washburn spent five innings helping Hettinger’s defense with hits directly into their gloves. By the sixth inning, however, Post 12 found the gaps en route to an 8-2 victory in the first game of a Section 7 doubleheader Wednesday.
Posted 7/14/10 (Wed) read more »
No one likes to lose. However, the Washburn legion baseball team’s first Section 7 loss last week may force them to take a look at the bigger picture after flying undefeated to begin the season.
Posted 6/30/10 (Wed) read more »
Cody Durkee does not swing a heavy bat. Instead he relies on his keen eyesight to force pitchers to deliver a near perfect shot. That awareness makes him perfect for the leadoff position in the batting order.
Posted 6/23/10 (Wed) read more »
Over the last few years as the baseball coach for Washburn-Wilton-Center-Stanton, Kip Erickson has seen massive talent come through his program. Three specific players that top his list are Cole Bender, Cody Durkee and Charlie Retterath.
Posted 6/16/10 (Wed) read more »
Col. Robert J. Ruch, the Corps of Engineers Omaha district commander, and other Corps officials met with a group of more than 20 individuals this past Thursday at Indian Hills Resort west of Garrison.
Posted 6/09/10 (Wed) read more »
Going into the Class B State Track and Field Meet for the first time last weekend, Wendlin Berger was overlooked as a strong competitor in the 100-meter hurdles. It’s a status that didn’t seem to bother the Center-Stanton junior as he burst out of the blocks for a preliminary time of 15.93 seconds. It was a shock to the other members of his flight as the 15th seed placed second in his flight.
Posted 6/02/10 (Wed) read more »
Holly Price is a busy young woman. The list of activities the Center-Stanton senior is involved in includes volleyball, dance, student council, yearbook, science club, band and choir. She also just finished giving her co-salutatorian speech last Sunday for her high school graduation.
Posted 5/26/10 (Wed) read more »
Kirby Kraft already locked up his return to the Class B State Track and Field Meet with a qualifying leap in the triple jump. Last Saturday at the Trinity Town Crier Meet in Dickinson, he qualified for state and won the triple jump with a jump of 42 feet, 5 inches. His mark puts him among the top five in the state so far.
Posted 5/19/10 (Wed) read more »