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Town Team Baseball Hi-10 League Playoffs Wadena-Deer Creek 7, Perham 6 Next: WDC (4) at Detroit Lakes (2), 7:30 p.m., Friday
Photo by Brian Hansel A cyclist travels down State Highway 29 west of Wadena Thursday morning as part of the five-day, 300-mile The Ride Across Minnesota (TRAM) event. Nearly 1,000 bikers are taking part in the 21st annual fundraiser which left Alexandria Monday. Some of the other communities the bikers will pass through include Little Falls, Pequot Lakes and Fergus Falls. The riders are raising money to fight multiple sclerosis, a disease which afflicts more than 400,000 people in the United States.
Photo by Brian Hansel City of Wadena crews were on the job clearing storm sewers early Tuesday morning after a heavy rain. Severe storms are predicted for the Wadena area until midday.
Town Team Baseball Hi-10 League Playoffs (Friday) Detroit Lakes 10, Bluffton 9 (Saturday) Bertha 8, Wadena-Deer Creek 5 (Sunday) Perham 4, Bluffton 1 Wadena-Deer Creek 5, New York Mills 4 Next: Perham (5) at Wadena-Deer Creek (4) 7:30 p.m., Wednesday, July 28
Wadena's Chris O'Kane turned in an overall time of 1:11:31 Sunday morning to take runner-up honors in the Hoot Lake Triathlon in Fergus Falls. The 39-year-old dentist completed the quarter-mile swim in a time of 7 minutes, posted a 40:31 time in the 15.7-mile bike race and ran the 3.3-mile run in 22:10. O'Kane was eighth in the swimming event, third in the biking and seventh in the running.
Minnesota National Guard Adjutant General Larry Shellito will be the guest of honor for Wadena VFW Post 3922's seventh annual Honor Ride July 31. The motorcycle ride fundraiser will leave the city at noon, rain or shine. The funds help members of the local National Guard unit. Shellito is stepping down this fall as head of the Minnesota National Guard. Shellito was based at the Wadena Armory in the 1970s. Prior to that time, Shellito served in Vietnam as a senior advisor.
Dustin Geiser fired a three-hitter and Kyle Dykhoff went 4-for-5 Wednesday night as the Bluffton Braves handed New York Mills a 10-0 loss in eight innings in a Hi-10 League playoff game. Geiser struck out seven and walked only two in his eight innings of work. The Millers were able to get a runner to third just once. Dykhoff came up with two doubles as he drove in two runs. Cody Geiser went 2-for-3 with one run and one RBI. Josh Sweere was also 2-for-3 at the plate and scored twice.
A free open swim will be offered to area kids from 1 to 5 p.m. on Saturday, July 24 at the New York Mills pool. Bus transportation will be available in Wadena at the Elementary School front entrance at 1 p.m. and in Bluffton at the Community Center at 1:10 p.m.
Town Team Baseball Hi-10 League Playoffs Bluffton 10, New York Mills 0 (8 innings) WP- Dustin Geiser; LP- Brendan Frost Kyle Dykhoff 4-for-5, 2 doubles, 2 RBIs
Town Team Baseball (Friday) Bluffton 2, Detroit Lakes 0 (Saturday) Wadena-Deer Creek 9, Hawley 0 (Forfeit) (Sunday) Fergus Falls 15, Bluffton 2 (7 innings) Next: Hi-10 Playoffs (Wednesday) Bluffton (3) vs. New York Mills (6) at New York Mills, 7:30 p.m. (Thursday) Perham (5) vs. Wadena-Deer Creek (4), TBD, 7:30 p.m.