As Maplewood Green’s Charlie Hilger (11) slides in, North St. Paul second baseman Adam Hildebrandt (7) relays the throw to first for the double play to end the inning. The 39’ers won 4-0 at the Hil-Murray Field June 30. (Linda Baumeister/Review)
Maplewood Green shortstop Joseph Swanson gets the throw after a stolen base. (Linda Baumeister/Review)
Gus Varland gets 10 strikeouts in shutout
In back-to-back American Legion baseball games, good pitching and timely hits helped lift the North St. Paul 39ers over the 3M Post No. 599 Maplewood Green.
In the first game played at Hill-Murray High School Field Monday, June 30, the 39ers shutdown the Green 4-0.
The North St. Paul American Legion Post 39 baseball team was locked in a pitchers’ duel with the White Bear Lake Post 168 Lakers before emerging a 3-2 winner in District IV league play at White Bear Lake High School Tuesday, June 24.
North St. Paul 39ers catcher Jack Murnane (20) makes the tag at home before throwing to second base for a double play to end the second inning. North St. Paul lost to Tri-City Red 6-4 at home June 25.
North St. Paul handed first District IV loss
The Tri-City Post 513 Red American Legion baseball team faced the North St. Paul 39ers at Kuenkel Field Wednesday, June 25 for a crucial District IV league game.
Following a pair of wins in doubleheader action at Kuenkel Field in North St. Paul, the North St. Paul American Legion Post 39 baseball team headed up north to participate in the 39th Annual Grand Rapids Tournament.
North St. Paul Legion’s Jace Piepgras (17) steals second base safely against Hamline Purple. The 39’ers won 7-6 in 12 innings at Kuenkel Field June 10. (Linda Baumeister/Review)
Steve Orme (13) scores the winning run for the North St. Paul 39’ers in the 12th inning after a wild pitch. After six innings without a score, North St. Paul beat Hamline 7-6 June 10. (Linda Baumeister/Review)
The Hamline Post 418 American Legion Purple Hawks baseball nine came to North St. Paul to do battle with the Post 39 North St. Paul 39ers June 10 at Kuenkel Field.