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Easton Fritcher, a 2022 Hayfield grad, has batted .400 in his first seven games since joining the Mankato MoonDogs of the Northwoods League.
Elgin native Carson Walch is in his second training camp with the Cleveland Browns. He is the team's player development coordinator.
Mac Horvath has joined the Bourne Braves of the Cape Cod League for the rest of the 2022 summer season. He hit four home runs in his first nine games with the team.
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Former Twins Tony Oliva and Jim Kaat will be inducted into the National Baseball Hall of Fame on July 24 in Cooperstown, N.Y.

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Coming off a knee injury at RCTC, Israel “Speedy” Lozoya has decided to retire from football to concentrate on his family and business.
Derek Lilledahl, a right-handed relief pitcher and a Triton High School grad, is currently playing for the St. Cloud Rox in the Northwoods League.
Mike Schmitt of Rochester ran the Grandma's Marathon course twice on June 18. He was an official pacesetter during the actual race.
Easton Fritcher, who just completed his senior season of high school baseball at Hayfield, is looking to play in the Northwoods League this summer.
Travis Walch is putting on a pair of football camps in Elgin with profits going to charities. One camp is for youth players and the other is a 7-on-7 competition for high school players.
Rochester's Frankie Mickelson, a Century grad, has been named assistant softball coach at the University of Sioux Falls. Mickelson was a standout player at the Division II school from 2017-21.

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Eight area baseball players have been selected to play in the annual Minnesota High School All-Star Series, which will be held June 25-26 in Chaska.
Three former wrestlers with ties to southeastern Minnesota were selected to the Minnesota Chapter National Wrestling Hall of Fame and Museum. Two others were inducted to the Minnesota Wrestling Coaches Association Dave Bartelma Hall of Fame.
Logan Milene, a Century grad, concluded his junior college baseball career at NIACC, but he is expected to play at a four-year school next spring

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