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MAYO HIGH SCHOOL

Ingrid Neel, who played on the boys tennis team at Mayo High School, is playing in the women's doubles draw at Wimbledon, beginning today.
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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.
Division I
Hayfield has three players earn All-State honors while Byron, Chatfield, Caledonia and Red Wing all have one player selected.

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Former baseball great Shawn Leimbek has taken over as head coach of the American Legion Rochester Redhawks this summer.
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.
Scott Robinson is directing his final Sportacular Tailgate Challenge, which happens Saturday at Mayo Field. Robinson, Bolder Options Program Director the last 12 years, is stepping down in September from a position that has been dear to his heart.
The Pine Island/Zumbrota-Mazeppa boys golf team persevered through warm weather, then rain, then a strong final-round push from a challenger. In the end, the Wildcats are the best boys golf team in the state in Class AA.
Anders Larson and the PIZM boys golf team lead the Class AA state meet after Tuesday's first round. Larson sits in a tie for third individually. In the Class AAA meet, Mayo freshman Isaac Ahn is just one shot back of the lead with 18 holes to play.
Section 1 will send some talented golfers to the Class A, AA and AAA state meets this week. Here are 18 — 9 boys, 9 girls — to watch.

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The Century 4x100 girls relay team got a spectacular final leg from Megan Lund and snuck past Minnetonka to give the Panthers a rare relay state title.
Rochester sprinters, and especially Century star Max Comfere, were stellar at the state track-and-field meet on Saturday.
Century's Nathan Nelson finished with a pole vault height of 15 feet, equaling a personal best and earning him a second-place finish at the state track-and-field meet.

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