After helping Mounds View win its second consecutive Class AAA state baseball championship, Kellen Rholl turned his attention to an all-star game appearance. Rholl spent the weekend after the state tournament participating in the All-Star Series.
• A schedule change pushed the final two rounds of loser’s-bracket play in Section 4AA past the early holiday deadline for this edition of the Bulletin. St. Anthony Village was one of the teams involved in those games.
• Rain early last week pushed all the games in the Section 5AAA playoffs back a day, meaning Irondale’s third game was played past the early deadline for this edition of the Bulletin.
• The Mustangs saw their season come to an end in the third round of the Section 4AAA playoffs last week. Mounds View went 1-2 in the post-season and finished the year with a record of 8-15.
The baseball teams from Mounds View High School and St. Anthony Village High School both earned high seeds in their respective section tournaments and began their quest for a state-tournament berth over the weekend. Because of an early holiday deadline, results of those games were unavailable for this edition of the Bulletin.
Friday was a bad news, good news day for the St. Anthony Village High School baseball team. The bad news was that the Huskies suffered their first loss of the season, but the good news is that the loss didn’t damage their conference-title hopes. They also didn’t have to wait very long to put the loss in the rearview mirror.