It was fitting that Anoka senior Megan Lindenfelser was so involved in Anoka’s bid for its first state softball tournament trophy.
Lindenfelser struck out 10 in nine innings as the winning pitcher and drove in the decisive run in Anoka’s 3-2 win against North St. Paul in the Class AAA third place game at Caswell Park in Mankato Friday afternoon.
If high school teams could accept sponsorship deals, Starburst might want to check out the Anoka softball team.
What started out as a home run incentive of being tossed a Starburst from fourth-year coach Toni Jesinoski has blossomed into a reward for reaching third base.
As we head into the final two weeks of volleyball’s regular season, plenty has yet to be determined, like conference titles and section seedings.
Andover made its annual trek to the Molten Southwest Minnesota Challenge, going 2-3 to move its overall record to 2-6.
Just as slowly as the softball season began because of the weather, section tournament time is on us with teams either surviving another round or ending what’s been a wacky spring on the diamond.
Anoka’s (23-7, 9-1) nine year absence from the state volleyball tournament will come to an end after another close Section 7AAA final match against St. Francis (21-9, 8-2) Nov. 3.