Sports

  • Baseball team wins two, records first loss 

    | Published on May 9, 2022 at 2:05pm CDT

    May 3 at Marthaler Field Minnewaska 14  West Central 1 The Minnewaska baseball team began the week with an unexpected home game on Tuesday. The Lakers were scheduled to play at West Central, but muddy fields at Barrett forced the game to move to Marthaler Field.  The Lakers played the game as the visitors and batted first. The… Read More

  • Hunter Kostelecky signs letter of intent

    | Published on May 9, 2022 at 2:03pm CDT

    MAHS Senior Hunter Kostelecky recently signed a letter of intent to play basketball at Iowa Central Community College. Hunter will begin his collegiate career for the Tritons under Head Coach Chad Helle next fall. Congratulations Hunter! Pictured from L to R: Minnewaska Laker boys’ basketball coach Hunter Salathe, Chris Kostelecky, Hunter Kotelecky, Paul Kostelecky, Logan Kostelecky.

  • Minnewaska Track & Field teams meet their match

    | Published on May 9, 2022 at 2:02pm CDT

    May 3 at Minnewaska Minnewaska’s Track & Field team participated in their first of two meets of the week when they hosted an eight-team invitational on Tuesday. The girls’ team from Eden Valley-Watkins/Kimball edged out the Lakers’ girls for first place on the strength of three relay wins. Olivia Danielson and Sydnie Chevalier were the queens of long… Read More

  • Finally, calm trap conditions 

    | Published on May 9, 2022 at 2:01pm CDT

    The winds have finally given the Lakers a break on the trap field, and week 3 competition is in the books.  “I knew they would do great once the weather gave us a break, and they did not disappoint!” stated coach Jennie Stone.  “Over half the team had an average above 20 and we had three… Read More

  • Lakers golf teams top WCC fields

    | Published on May 9, 2022 at 1:57pm CDT

    The Minnewaska golf teams each swept their WCC meets on Tuesday. The boys started in Morris, where they were 20 shots better than runner-up Morris.  The girls first match on Tuesday was at Tipsinah Mounds in Elbow Lake, the home course for West Central Area. The Minnewaska girls won by 25 shots over second-place BOLD. The boys… Read More

  • KMGK Sport Banquet award winners

    | Published on May 9, 2022 at 1:56pm CDT

    Contributed photos Pictured above: Minnewaska KMGK Athletes of the Year, front row, L to R: Damon Uhde, Hunter Kostelecky, and Tate Reichmann.  Back row, L to R: Maddie Thorfinnson, Emma Kovarik, and Ava Chevalier. Pictured below, KMGK Coaches of the Year, L to R: Alanna Hunter and Tiffany Breitbach of BBE, Tony Thielke of Hancock,… Read More

  • Minnewaska Women’s Day

    | Published on May 9, 2022 at 1:53pm CDT

    Coming soon: Minnewaska Women’s Day, held on Tuesday mornings. Is anyone ready for a change of seasons yet!? The 2022 Minnewaska Ladies’ Golf League will be starting soon!  Past, present and new golfers of all skill levels are welcome and encouraged to join. It’s a great way to meet new people, get together with old friends and… Read More

  • Walk-off win keeps Lakers undefeated

    | Published on May 2, 2022 at 2:42pm CDT

    April 26 at Benson Minnewaska 10  Benson 5  Game 1 The Lakers’ baseball team began their week on the road in Benson for a Tuesday doubleheader. Benson took the lead after scoring a first inning run, but the Lakers responded with a big five-run outburst in the top of the second. Only one Laker reached base via a hit,… Read More

  • Boys’ tennis team blitzes 3 foes in a row

    | Published on May 2, 2022 at 2:41pm CDT

    April 23 at Becker Brainerd 4 Minnewaska 3  The Minnewaska boys’ tennis team was in Becker for a quadrangular meet on Saturday, April 23. The third scheduled match of the day, against Elk River, wasn’t able to finish due to rain. The Lakers match against Brainerd was a close one, with the Lumberjacks edging out the Lakers, 4-3. Tate… Read More

  • Girls win, boys 3rd at Sauk Centre Invite

    | Published on May 2, 2022 at 2:40pm CDT

    April 28 at Sauk Centre The Minnewaska Track & Field team managed to get in one meet last week with a trip to Sauk Centre on Thursday. The Minnewaska girls performed well, easily winning the meet by a comfortable margin over second-place Paynesville. The Lakers’ boys took third place, just edged out by Montevideo for second place. Sauk… Read More

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