The Brainerd Parks and Recreation Department is opening its Petite youth softball program to 8-year-olds who turn 9 before Aug. 1.
Any girl interested in playing softball this summer, and meets this criteria, may sign up at the Brainerd Parks and Recreation Department.
Sophomores improve to 11-2
The Brainerd Warriors sophomore baseball team improved to 11-2 with a 4-0 victory over Willmar Monday.
Brainerd will play St. Cloud Tech, Sauk Rapids and Willmar in the Central Lakes Conference tournament Saturday in Brainerd.
Scearcy to speak to boosters club
Brainerd Warriors baseball coach Lowell Scearcy will be the speaker at the final Brainerd Sports Boosters Club meeting of the year, which begins noon Thursday at the Sharing Bread Soup Kitchen located at 923 Oak St. between the Triangle Store and Temple Baptist Church.
Softball player Megan Arns, the Warrior Athlete of the Week, will be honored.
Boxers advance to 4-state tournament
Five Wadena boxers who won state Junior Olympic titles April 26-27 will advance to the 4-state regional tournament Saturday and Sunday in Ruud, Iowa.
Qualifiers were Brent Steward, 75 pounds; Shayne Wegsheid, 119; Brandon Hall, 125; Dewayne Steward, 154; and Aaron Oakland, 165.
Warrior JV tennis gets first win
The Brainerd Warriors JV tennis team picked up its first win of the season with a 6-3 triumph over the St. Cloud Tech Tigers.
Winners for Brainerd in singles were Conrad Kragness, Brett Severson and Shawn Steinkraus. Doubles winners for the Warriors included Brian Seipp-Josh Holbrook, Nick Maaske-Chad Johannessohn and John Franzen-John Gellert.
JV softball team wins
The Brainerd Warriors JV softball team defeated St. Cloud Tech 8-5 Tuesday behind Kylie Abrahamson's three hits and Laura Bernu's two hits.
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