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MONDAY - MAY 12,  2008


PIRATE SOFTBALL HOSTS BEMIDJI 

The Crookston Pirate Softball team hosts Bemidji in the first of five games this week, the final week of the regular season.  The game is on KROX Radio and is being played at the Donnie Lauf Memorial/Crookston American Legion Field.

 
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6 7
Runs
Hits
 Errors
Bemidji 0 0 0 2 0 0 3 5    
CROOKSTON 2 0 2 1 3 0 X 8    

 

 

PIRATE BOYS TENNIS HOSTING TRF IN A DUAL


The Crookston Pirate Boys Tennis team hosts Thief River Falls in a big Section 8A dual at the CHS courts today.  The match started at 4:30 p.m.

 

Singles CROOKSTON- Thief River Falls

Scores

Winner

1st

Jake Thompson      
2nd Wade Johnston      
3rd Josh Prudhomme      
4th Josh Mercil      
Doubles        
1st Luke Biermaier
Carter Denison
2nd Nick Biermaier
Alex Prudhomme
3rd Ryan Erickson
Kevin Welter

 


PIRATE GIRLS GOLFERS AT THE EAST GRAND FORKS QUAD

The Crookston Pirate Girls golf team is at the East Grand Forks Quadrangular along with Thief River Falls and Warren-Alvarado-Oslo.  The quad started at 4:00 p.m.

Team Scores

  Crookston Scores  

1. East Grand Forks

  Rachel Wold  
2. CROOKSTON   Lindsay Morgan  
3. Thief River Falls   Laura Morgan  
4. Warren-A-O   Monica Wold  
    Lauran Graham  
Top Individuals   Frances Anderson  
1.    Megan Wagner  
2.    Jenny Gregg  
3.    Brittny Boetcher  
4.    Samantha Schear  
    Amanda Parr  
    Sonia Caputo  
    Stephanie Bjorgo  
    Mandie Persson  
    Cassie Kawlewski  
    Molly Simmons  

 

 

 

SATURDAY - MAY 10, 2008

 

PIRATE BOY'S GOLF IN SHORTENED DAY TWO OF FARGO NORTH INVITATIONAL

The Crookston Pirate boy's golf team finished the Fargo North (N.D.) two day Invitational Meet at Edgewood Golf Course with a 479 two-day total, after shooting 161 on the weather-shortened second day. Today's results were based on nine holes, although some competitors went beyond nine before wind chills of 26 degrees and snow showers caused organizers to shorten today's round of play. Pirate Seth Heppner tied for sixth overall, adding 39 to yesterday's 74, for 113, to lead Crookston to an eighth place team finish, one better than where they were at the end of Friday's play. Fergus Falls won the Tournament with 452, on a tie-breaker with Moorhead; Fargo South took third with 454. Fergus was led by Medalist Mike Tuel, who shot 104, followed by Moorhead's Nick Olsgaurd with 107, and Shanley's Pat Thomas with 110. There were ties at 111 for fourth individual, and at 113 for sixth (including Crookston's Seth Heppner).

According to Pirate Coach Steve Koefed, it was a tough day weather-wise, but the Pirates rose above it for a good finish. He went on to say that it was "nice to see Seth (Heppner) finish in the top ten again. He reached that level a few times by this point in last year's season, and it's good to see him back on that track."

Team Scores

Fri. Sat. Tot. Crookston Scores Fri. Sat. Tot.
1. Fergus Falls 296 156 452 Seth Heppner 74 39 113

2. Moorhead

292 160 452 Kolton Walker 77 40 117
3. Fargo South 297 151 454 Ryan Remick 86 40 126
4. Fargo Shanley  305 154 459 Seth Kalin 81 46 127
5. Fargo North 306 168 474 Ty Nimens 92 42 134
6. GF Red River 312 165 477 Zach Cymbaluk 91 47 138
7. Forest Lake 310 168 478        
8. CROOKSTON  318 161 479        
13 Teams competing               
               
Top Individuals              
1. Mike Tuel - Fergus Falls     104        
2. Nick Olsgaard - Moorhead     107        
3. Pat Thomas - Fargo Shanley     110        
4. Luke Davison-Fargo South     111        
Adam Gronaas-Fargo South     111        
6.  Seth Heppner-Crookston     113        
   Brock Buckellew-Moorhead     113        


 

 

 

FRIDAY - MAY 9, 2008


RED LAKE COUNTY USE BIG INNINGS IN AN 18-8 WIN OVER CROOKSTON


Red Lake County had two six runs innings, including six in the bottom of the sixth that ended the game, as the Rebels defeated the visiting Crookston Pirates 18-8 in a game called because of the 10 run rule. 
Crookston scored first when Brady Langlois walked, stole second and scored on Isaac Edlund's single and Ben Curran scored when Matt Grove drew a bases loaded walk.  Red Lake County answered with two runs in the first on a Corey Cardinal double that brought both runs in.
Crookston regained the lead in the second when Langlois led off with another single and scored on an Ethan Hulst single.
Red Lake County would get the bats going in the last three innings, scoring four in the third to take a 6-3 lead when Cardinal had another rbi double, while Pat Johanneck and Luke Olsen had rbi's. The Rebels scored six more in the fourth inning on five straight hits, including a Corey Schmitz double and in fact, Red Lake County was leading 12-3 and had the potential to push to a 10 run lead, but stranded a runner at second.  The Pirates were not just thinking of playing a full game, but they started a nice rally with two runs in the fifth, when Chris Follette singled, Edlund walked and Matt Grove doubled in Follette, while Edlund scored on a wild pitch. Crookston added three more, as Langlois with his third hit, a double and scored on a error, Ethan Hulst drove a run in with a bases loaded walk and Edlund had an rbi single to pull Crookston within 12-8 and runners on second and third, but Steve Morinville, Red Lake County pitcher struck out two to get out of the inning. "We stranded a lot of runners today and couldn't get the real big hit when we needed it," said Crookston head coach Brian Follette, "but that has been the story of our season really." Red Lake County banged out 14 hits in the game, nine off the Pirate starter, Dillon Nelson, getting his first varsity start. "I thought Dillon pitched very well," said Follette, "but we struggled with the strike zone and didn't adjust to how it was being called." Red Lake County played a lot of baseball today, as this was their second game, as the Rebels had beaten Norman County East 9-1 just preceding the Crookston game. "I thought we seen the ball well tonight," said Red Lake County head coach, Chris Nelson, "We are starting to come around a bit at the plate, which is good at this time of year."
Crookston is now 3-7 on the year and have lost five in a row.  Crookston will be at Warroad on Tuesday.
Red Lake County with the pair of the wins improves to 9-3.



     Isaac Edlund gets his second rbi single of the night on this swing

 

 
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Hits
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CROOKSTON 2 1 0 0 2 3 8 10 5
Red Lake County 2 0 4 6 0 6 18 14 1



Dillon Nelson started the game for the Pirates vs RLC

Pitching                                IP    H      R     ER     BB     K
Dillon Nelson-Crox            3.1    9      12       8        6       1
Matt Grove-Crox               2.1    5       6        4        3       3
Steve Morinville-RLC       6.0   10      8        7        4      11


Steve Morinville pitched a complete game to pick up the win for Red Lake County

For Crookston
Brady Langlois  3-4,  3 runs, double, 2 stolen bases
Noah Prudhomme  2-4
Isaac Edlund   2-3, 2 rbi
Ethan Hulst  1-3, 2 rbi

For Red Lake County
Corey Cardinal  2-2, 2 doubles, 3 rbi
Corey Schmitz  2-4, 3 rbi
Luke Olsen   3-4,  double, 3 rbi



 

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