Central McLean News-Journal Sports

Sometimes all it takes is one really good, or bad, inning.

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The term “pacing the team” doesn’t necessarily mean on the track in track and field competition.

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One tough loss was enough for the week.

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The Cougars went 1-3 on the baseball field, struggling to hit the ball in both games of the doubleheader against Minot Ryan on Friday, and struggling to make the plays on defense in the other loss against Surrey Tuesday.

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The Cougars saw their first track and field action this past Tuesday in Hazen at the Bison-Miners invitational track meet, the Cougar girls tallying six points and the boys posting five, as they faced some of the top runners in the state from Carrington to Dickinson Trinity.

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The Central McLean Cougars struggled to put the bat to the ball Monday afternoon when they hosted the Watford City Wolves in fast-pitch softball, falling by the score of 14-0 in Underwood.

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The Central McLean Cougars lost both of their season-opening games this past Saturday, but Cougar Head Coach Alex Jangula was feeling pretty optimistic.

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The Central McLean Cougars are supposed to have their opening fast-pitch softball game of the season this Monday in Turtle Lake, and with a few more sunny days between now and then, they should be good-to-go.

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There’s still a foot, or more, of snow piled up throughout much of Underwood, including much of the high school track and field surfaces in Underwood, and the baseball field in Turtle Lake, but that won’t stop the Central McLean spring sports practices from starting.

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The Underwood Comets and Solen Sioux went shot for shot, score for score, and even trey for trey for the first five minutes of Monday night’s Region 5 quarter-final game.

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