Herald Staff Report
Local clipboard Boys baseball Northern Freeze 6, Sacred Heart 5 Eddie Lefrooth went 2-for-4 with four RBI to lead Northern Freeze to a road win over East Grand Forks Sacred Heart on Tuesday. Lefrooth hit a double and a triple to spark the Freeze. Sacred Heart was led by Brenden Bethke, Devin Evavold and Nick Bergum, who each finished 2-for-4. Bergum and Evavold each had an RBI.
Prep baseball Tuesday’s results Northern Freeze 6, Sacred Heart 5 Northern Freeze 300 300 0 — 6 8 2
Boys tennis Tuesday’s results Bemidji Triangular Detroit Lakes 5, Senior High 2 Singles 1. Zach Straw, EGF over Austin Baker, 6-1, 6-0; 2. Ben Kern, EGF over Conner Froke, 6-2, 6-1; 3. Garrett Knopf, DL over Parker Anderson, 6-2, 7-6 (7-5); 4. Tanner Poppler, DL over Gunnar Welsch 6-2, 6-2 Doubles
Girls tennis Tuesday’s results WF sheyeene 8, GF Central 1 Singles 1. Preeti Chemiti, WFS over Katie Stauss, 6-0, 6-0; 2. Pooja Chemiti, WFS over Brynn Regimbal 6-2, 6-2; 3. Katie Froemke, WFS over Sophie Welsh, 6-3, 5-7, (10-3); 4. Annie McIntosh, WFS over Kacy Jiran, 6-0, 6-0; 5. Jiorgia Delponte, WFS over Emily Morken 6-1, 6-2; 6. Gabby Spicer, GFC, over Olivia Dobrinz, Default
Girls soccer Tuesday’s results GF Central 2, Fargo South 0 First half — 1. GFC, Carolyn Smith (Peyton Stanich) 2:00; 2. GFC, Stanich 31:00 Goalie saves — GFC: Karleigh Gause 11; FS: Hattie Scherer 11
College softball Summit League Today’s games In Fargo South Dakota (No. 4 seed, 14-36) vs. S.D. State (No. 5, 23-33), 3 p.m. Western Illinois (No. 3, 16-31) vs. IUPUI (No. 6, 17-32), 5 p.m. Thursday’s games N.D. State (No. 1, 35-13) vs. USD-SDSU winner, noon
College baseball NSIC tournament Today’s first round In St. Cloud Sioux Falls (No. 8 seed) vs. Minn.-Duluth (No. 1), 11 a.m. Concordia-St. Paul (No. 5) vs. Minn. State-Mankato (No. 4), 11 a.m. Northern State (No. 7) vs. Augustana (No. 2), 3 p.m. Minn.-Crookston (No. 6) vs. St. Cloud State (No. 3), 3 p.m.
Honors UND Night of Champions The UND athletic department Night of Champions award winners: Male athlete of the year — ZachMuckenhirn, baseball Female athlete of the year — Shelby Amblsey-Benzie,...
An alleged victim of sexual abuse by a priest working in the Crookston diocese has reached a settlement with the diocese and priest's religious order, according to a St. Paul law firm Tuesday. In 2013, the accuser, identified as Doe 19, filed a lawsuit for sexual abuse by the Rev. James Vincent Fitzgerald under the Minnesota Child Victims Act. The documents were used in a Ramsey County trial in a different case involving Fitzgerald.
A Tuesday report of a stranger approaching a child and trying to grab ahold of his arm at a basketball court near the LaGrave Learning Center in Grand Forks never happened, police said. As police were looking for the suspicion man and going through surveillance footage, the child who reported the incident told police he took back the story, stating the situation never happened, according to a news release.