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WATKINS—Logan Nissen had himself a day against Eden Valley-Watkins Thursday. The recent BOLD grad drove in six runs at the plate and threw a no-hitter, leading the BOLD legion team to an 8-0 win. Despite walking six, Nissen got out of every jam on the mound, striking out 11 in the hitless effort. He then delivered the biggest blow in the second inning, blasting a grand slam to put BOLD up 7-0. Nissen was one of six BOLD players to have multiple hits. Jordan Sagedahl and Luke Ryan had three hits apiece.
Willmar's Colten Carlson and New London-Spicer's Espi Austvold are recipients of the Tribune's 2016 Hengstler-Ranweiler Awards
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League votes Monday to move Little Falls Flying Aces to Willmar Civic Center for 2016-17 season
Former New London-Spicer and Concordia-Moorhead standout Brandon Zylstra is one step closer to realizing his dream of playing in the NFL on Sunday when the Minnesota Vikings invited him to their mini camp
A walk, a Pierz error, a Tanner Heinsius sacrifice fly and an Adrian Belden single helped BBE score three unearned runs in the fifth inning of a 3-2 Central Minnesota Conference win over the Pioneers on Monday in Pierz
New London-Spicer, ranked No. 7 in Class AA, opened its season with an impressive 66-26 victory over Eden Valley-Watkins on Thursday