Wayzata's Zack Trygstad (33) is congratulated by his varsity teammates after smacking a home-run in the third inning against Benilde-St. Margaret's in Plymouth Saturday, April 11, 2009. Wayzata lost to the Red Knights 6-4.
Excelsior center fielder Paul Giel acrobatically catches a long fly ball over his shoulder in game one of the South Hennepin League playoffs Thursday, July 24 at Veterans Field. The Excelsior legion baseball team defeated Bloomington Gold 7-3.
This Excelsior play at home plate gave the local Legion baseball team a 4-1 advantage over Bloomington in the 6th inning. Excelsior defeated the Gold 7-3 in game one of the South Hennepin League playoffs Thursday, July 24 at Veterans Field.
Minnetonka's C.J. Woodrow didn't have a great outing against Edina as he went 6.0 innings, allowing 14 hits and seven earned runs. Minnetonka beat Edina 18-8 to complete a perfect Riverview season Wednesday, July 16 at Braemar Park in Edina.
Redhawks third baseman Robbie Smith, top, tags out Edina's Dan Bissonnette after he was caught in a third base-line rundown in the third inning. The Redhawks went on to win the second game of their double header against the ESOX 3-2 Sunday, July 13 at Wayzata High School in Plymouth, Minn.
The Redhawks Travis Johnson stares dejected at third base after being tagged out to end the first game between the Edina ESOX and the Northwestern Redhawks Sunday, July 13 at Wayzata High School. Edina won the game 7-1 Sunday.
Wayzata pitcher Nick Anderson, who recently completed his freshman season at Concordia-St. Paul, went all five innings, throwing no-hit ball and walking two while striking out six in Wayzata's 13-0 win against St. Louis Park Wednesday, July 2 at Dakota Fields.
Minnetonka starting pitcher Eric Utoft allowed just one hit and struck out six, including five straight at one point, in his five-inning complete game against the Westside Bombers at Veteran's field Thursday, June 19 in Minnetonka.