NEW PLATEAUS Charity and the Little League World Series
A Little League team from Uganda is the first ever from Africa to reach the final tournament at Williamsport, Pennsylvania.For these boys, it's a whole new world: the crowds in the stands, the nationa... Posted on 8/20/12 at 10:57 AM
ASTRO BOB A ballgame played in the night sky
The moon's back in the west tonight but very low especially from the northern U.S., where it sets about a half hour after sunset. Look for a wiry crescent around and shortly after sunset. Being so c... Posted on 8/19/12 at 12:44 PM
Former River Falls High School teammates JP Feyereisen of UW-Stevens Point, and Marty Herum of UW-Whitewater, have been selected the Pitcher of the Year and Position Player of the Year, respectively, to lead the 20 individuals chosen to the 2013 All-Wisconsin Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (WIAC) Baseball Team by the league coaches.
It wasn’t exactly baseball weather, but the official groundbreaking for the new First National Bank of River Falls Field at Hoffman Park was held in a snowstorm last Wednesday afternoon near the projected home plate area of the new facility.
After dropping an 11-1 decision to Eau Claire North in the first game of a doubleheader last Tuesday, April 30, the Wildcat baseball team saw the nightcap slip away on a walk-off single in the bottom of the seventh that gave the Huskies a 5-4 victory and a sweep of a Big Rivers Conference doubleheader in River Falls.
Less than a year-and-a-half after the River Falls Baseball Council kicked off its fundraising effort for a new ballpark, groundbreaking for First National Bank of River Falls Field will take place Wednesday, May 1, at Hoffman Park.
Three Wildcat seniors got together at the high school to announce their college commitments on National Signing Day last month, bringing to four the number of River Falls student-athletes who have accepted scholarship offers from NCAA Division I or II schools.
The City Council announced at the end of its Feb. 26 meeting and the closed session that followed: River Falls will agree to guarantee a bank loan not to exceed $300,000 for the River Falls Baseball Council.
Two River Falls men argued as defendants Sept. 13 in the binding Hollywood court of TV’s “Judge Joe Brown,” after a baseball from the River Falls’ team fell through a car’s rear window at a July 10 game in Afton, Minn.
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