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Mac Schluttner scored on a passed ball in the top of the ninth inning Friday as Bertha-Hewitt/Verndale edged Parkers Prairie 4-3. Schluttner reached base on a two-out base hit. He stole second and a balk sent him to third. The Raiders sent the game into extra innings in the top of the seventh. Jordan Fretham was hit by a pitch to lead off the inning. Fretham stole second and scored on a two-out double by Johnson. Preston Riewer fanned seven over seven innings of work.
Sydney Weniger, Jordyn Glenz and Michaela Powers collected extra base hits Thursday as the Bertha-Hewitt/Verndale Raiders overpowered Parkers Prairie 10-6 at Bertha. Weniger lofted a home run over the right field fence while Glenz doubled and tripled and Powers doubled. All three players went 2-for-4 in the victory. Glenz and Sarah Moenkedick both drove in two runs for the Raiders who improved to 2-1. The Raiders broke the game open in the bottom of the second.
It’s in the cards that Torii Hunter is going to make a fine baseball manager when his playing days are over. He is a fan favorite, a clubhouse favorite and...
Bertha-Hewitt/Verndale's Rumor Stokes claimed two jumping events and Samuel Moore collected a first and second in the weights Friday at the Anderson-Cole track and field meet in Perham. Stokes edged Thief River Falls' Kira Johnson by an inch in the long jump by going 14-2. Stokes went on to win the triple jump with a 31-4 effort. Moore was the class of the discus with a winning throw of 147-7. Perham's William Parks was runner-up in the event with a 135-11. Moore challenged Frazee's Roger Thorp in the shot put with a toss of 43 feet.
The Sauk Centre Mainstreeters broke a 4-4 deadlock with a five-run fifth inning Friday to hand Wadena-Deer Creek a 9-4 loss in their season opener. Jake Haskamp and Will Fork...
The Long Prairie-Grey Eagle Thunder scored nine times in the final three innings Thursday to hand Wadena-Deer Creek a 12-11 softball setback at Long Prairie. The Wolverines, who were playing...
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Sam Moore won the discus event last Tuesday as the Raiders tied for 11th in the boys' meet at the Little Amik Indoor at Bemidji State University. Jeff Moore's BHV boys scored 20 points to earn a tie with Bagley-Fosston. Bemidji dominated the boys' meet with 124 points. Otter Tail Central was a distant second with 49. Kenny Miller's BHV girls tied Pine River-Backus, Pillager and Bigfork for 15th with 10 points. Osakis was the meet champ with 85 points and Bemidji was second with 77. Sam Moore threw the discus 141 feet.
Class size became a subject of discussion Monday evening as the Verndale school board looked ahead to the 2015-2016 school year. The school's recent Kindergarten Roundup indicated that the Class of 2028 will start out with 34 students - but it did not exclude another eight who were not able to attend the roundup.