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Softball team wins two against Cards

The Blue Earth Area softball team made the long trip to Redwood Falls to take on the Redwood Valley Cardinals in a doubleheader on Monday, May 3. The girls were determined to make it worth their while and came home with two victories. BEA’s offense produced 18 runs in the opening contest ...

Tennis team gets hot, now is 4-1

The surprising Blue Earth Area boys tennis team won their fourth contest in a row when they edged the St. Peter Saints 4-3 last Tuesday at Schroeder Courts in Blue Earth. “It has been a long time since the boys have beaten St. Peter and Waseca,” BEA tennis coach Konny Wolff said in regards ...

Bucs score 22 runs, improve to 7-1

Blue Earth Area belted three home runs, including two grand slams, in their 22-5 victory over the Martin Luther/Granada-Huntley-East Chain Jaguars in baseball action on Monday, April 26. The Bucs tallied 17 total hits during the game, which was played in Truman. After the Jaguars had ...

Girls fourth, boys fifth at Waseca

The Blue Earth Area track teams competed at the Waseca Invitational on Tuesday, April 27. Fairmont finished first in the girls portion of the meet with 146 points. Waseca was second with 94, Jackson County Central was third with 62, BEA finished fourth with 36 and New Ulm was fifth with ...

Bucs lose to undefeated Panthers

The Blue Earth Area softball team faced an undefeated New Richland-Hart- land-Ellendale-Geneva squad on Tuesday, April 27, and lost by a 15-0 score. The Panthers, playing on their home field, improved their record to 7-0. NRHEG’s starting pitcher Sophie Stork pitched a one-hitter and ...

BEA boy golfers dominate in Fairmont

Warm weather may have been just what the doctor ordered for the Blue Earth Area boys golf team. Sunny skies and temperatures in the 70s greeted the young men as they began play at Interlaken Golf Club in Fairmont. BEA topped the field of Big South Conference East Division foes with a ...

Girls golf team battles the weather at St. Peter meet

The St. Peter Invitational Golf Tournament was delayed by lightning and golfers ended up competing in less than ideal conditions which featured winds of over 20 mph and damp conditions. Blue Earth Area finished third in the five-team tournament which was held on April 27, at the 18-hole ...

USC baseball team loses to Tigers

The United South Central boys baseball team had some struggles against the Medford Tigers last Monday evening, April 26. The Rebels lost 13 to 2 when Medford exploded for eight runs in the third inning in the game played at Thompson Park in Wells. Both teams were scoreless in the first ...

Rebels fall to Medford in softball

The United South Central girls softball team played even with the Medford Tigers for three innings during their game last Monday, April 26. But then, the Rebels gave up 10 runs in the fourth and three in the fifth and lost the game 13 to 3. Medford got a 2-0 lead in the first inning, but ...

USC boys victorious in two meets

The United South Central/Alden Conger boys track team took first place at the Blooming Prairie Track Meet on Tuesday, April 27, while the USC/AC girls came in third. The Rebel boys had 89 points to notch the win. Waterville-Elysian-Morristown was second with 73, Blooming Prairie was third ...