Brainerd High School graduate Todd Revenig is scheduled to pitch the ninth inning when the Arizona Diamondbacks open the Cactus League season Thursday at Tucson, Ariz., against the Colorado Rockies.
Revenig, a right-handed reliever, is a non-roster player in the Diamondbacks' spring training camp.
John places seventh, eighth
SHAKOPEE -- Trevor John of Crosslake raced his Polaris to seventh and eighth place, respectively, in the Pro Open and Pro Stock finals in the inaugural Manufacturer's Cup at the Canterbury Park Horse Racing Facility last weekend.
It was round nine of the World Snowmobile Association's Snocross Worldwide Championship Series.
In the Pro Open qualifying rounds, John placed third twice and won his last race. In Pro Stock, he placed third, fifth and seventh.
Tucker Hibbert of Goodridge, on an Arctic Cat, won the Pro Open and Blair Morgan, also on an Arctic Cat, won the Pro Stock.
Amanda Johnson, on an Arctic Cat, won the Pro Women's final and Levi LaVallee of Longville, on a Polaris, finished 11th in the Semi-Pro Stock final.
In round eight of the series at Valcourt, Quebec, Canada, John placed seventh in the Pro Open final and Morgan won the race.
In round seven at Vernon, N.Y., John earned top qualifier honors and finished third in the Pro Open final while Morgan also won the race. Johnson finished ninth in the Pro Women's final and LaVallee finished sixth in the Semi-Pro Stock final.
John fifth in points
Crosslake's Trevor John, aboard a Polaris, was fifth in the World Snowmobile Association Snocross Worldwide Championship Series Bud Light Pro Open points standings as of last Sunday.
He trails points leader Tucker Hibbert of Goodridge by 137 points.
Amanda Johnson of Aitkin, on her Arctic Cat, leads the Pro Women's class, Levi LaValle of Longville, on a Polaris, is eighth in Semi-Pro Stock points and Josh Goble of Baxter, on his Arctic Cat, is 10th in the same class.
Sophomore girls end season
Rocori defeated the Brainerd Warriors 52-40 in the final game of the sophomore girls' basketball season Saturday.
Kate Bjornson had 13 points, five steals and five rebounds and Megan Eastman 13 points and three assists for the Warriors.
Eastman to speak to boosters
Central Lakes College women's basketball coach Dennis Eastman will be the speaker at the Brainerd Sports Boosters Club meeting, which begins noon Thursday on the second floor of Central Lakes College.
Boys' basketball player Matt Means, the Warrior Athlete of the Week, will be honored.
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