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HAYFIELD-BROWNSDALE

Easton Fritcher, a 2022 Hayfield grad, has batted .400 in his first seven games since joining the Mankato MoonDogs of the Northwoods League.
The court concluded that petitioners did not file their grievance quickly enough to meet requirements.
This spring, the Hayfield softball team had a saying: “Mission Mankato,” which exemplified the team’s desire to make it to the state tournament hosted there. That didn’t happen, but the team did make a different state tournament in the same town, just a few months later.
The petition claims that Sen. Gene Dornink hasn't been living in the district he seeks to represent.

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This year's All-Area Softball Team is as stacked with as much high-level talent as ever. The First Team is headlined by the Post Bulletin Player of the Year, Winona's Grace Fricke.
Hayfield has three players earn All-State honors while Byron, Chatfield, Caledonia and Red Wing all have one player selected.
Five members of the Class AA state champion Pine Island/Zumbrota-Mazeppa boys golf team are on the inaugural Post Bulletin All-Area Team. That group is headlined by the PB Boys Golfer of the Year, senior Anders Larson.
In all 20 received All-State honors with Winona leading the way with three.
Easton Fritcher, who just completed his senior season of high school baseball at Hayfield, is looking to play in the Northwoods League this summer.

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The Friendship Wagon Train is spending a week traveling Mower and Fillmore County to raise money for the Minnesota Special Olympics.
A scoreboard of baseball games.
Hayfield and Randolph played down to the wire with Randolph coming out ahead at Target Field in Minneapolis on Friday, June 17.

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