North St. Paul Cavalry’s Tony Bobrowski (18) scores the go ahead run on an in the park homerun in the sixth inning 3-2 win against Rosetown July 8. (Linda Baumeister/Review)
'Crazy' play helps seal win
With starter Gus Varland on the mound and reliever Nate Rubbelke coming on in the sixth, the 39ers put together a solid pitching performance and improved their District IV standings to 6-3 and to 15-11 overall with a 4-0 whitewash of the Rosetown Rockets Tuesday, July 7.
"Actually it was a good pitching performance by both teams," said Rosetown head coach Jeremy Nelson. "There were some 'crazy' plays, but overall it was a good game.
He added that even though the 39ers "out-hit us and out-pitched us, it was a good pitching duel."
An event the kids won't soon forget
She looks like an ordinary 20-year-old. But looks don't count when you clamp on a pair of skis at the top of a 90-meter ski jump.
Sarah Hendrickson recently graced the slopes of the storied, 130-year-old St. Paul Ski Club at its Nordic site near Carver Lake in south Maplewood.
She was in town to head up a three-day, June 26-28 training camp. Some 40 kids, ages 8 to 16 from the throughout the Central Division of the United States Ski Association, were on hand to glean the knowledge of the world champion and 2014 U.S. Olympian.
Elvin Baez pitches 2-hitter
After a disappointing tournament performance in Grand Rapids, the North St. Paul 39ers got back on track Monday, June 22 against the Hamline Post 418 Hylanders at St. Paul Academy Field.
Behind a full-game pitching performance by Elvin Baez, the 39ers garnered six runs in the top of the seventh inning to gain a 6-2 triumph in District IV American Legion action.