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Volleyball Camp held in Mohall

Pictured above are the girls in grades 4 through 7 who attended the Volleyball Camp at Mohall.

A Girls’ Volleyball Camp was held at the MLS-Mohall School from Monday, June 8th through Thursday, June 11th for girls in grades 4 through 12. Camp advisor was Jaime Adams, MLS head volleyball coach. She was assisted by Emily Abernathey, Callie Carlson, and Aubree Vendsel. A total of 24 girls in grades 4 through 7 attended the camp from 8:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m.; with 27 girls in grades 8 through 12 going to camp from 12:30 p.m. to 3:30 p.m.

Girls from Mohall, Lansford, Sherwood, Glenburn, and Kenmare attended the camp. Throughout the four days the campers worked on skills, team concepts, and played lots of games to help them develop their skills.

At the end of the camp, a Camp Hustle and Leadership Award was given. This award was based on hustle, a relentlessly positive attitude, and great leadership for their teammates. Ginger Savelkoul of Lansford won the award for the girls in grades 4 through 7; and Sierra Payne of Glenburn won the award for girls in grades 8 through 12.

Renville County defeats Stanley 11 to 4

Above photo: With Connor Brackenbury on second base for the Muskrats, Doug Winzenburg steps to the plate and gets a two run homer in the first inning of the Muskrats’ game with Stanley, which was played in Lansford on June 9th.

The Renville County Muskrats hosted Stanley for their second game of the season on Tuesday, June 9th at Lansford.

Renville County got on the scoreboard first when Doug Winzenburg hit his first home run of the season with Connor Brackenbury on base when he was hit by the pitcher. Winzenburg sent the ball over the left field fence for the first two runs. Berkley Santos later scored in that inning, as he got on with a single and scored on a hit by Chase Gates. The Muskrats added another four runs in the bottom of the third to make it a 7 to 0 game. Stanley finally scored two runs in the top of the fourth, to cut the Muskrats lead to 7 to 2. Renville County came up with another four runs in the bottom of the fifth to make it a 11 to 4 game. The Blue Jays did manage to score another two runs in the top of the seventh, but it wouldn’t be enough, as Renville County picked up their second win of the season, beating Stanley 11 to 4.

Above Photo: Berkley Santos comes home to score on a hit by Chase Gates. Waiting for him at home plate are Dalton Moberg, center, who is next up to bat, and Doug Winzenburg, right, who also scored on the hit by Gates.

On the mound and going the distance for Renville County was Connor Brackenbury, who recorded 11 Stanley strike-outs. Behind the plate catching for Brackenbury was Doug Winzenburg.

For the game, Renville County scored their 11 runs on 10 hits, committed 4 errors, and left 10 men stranded on the bases. Stanley finished the game with 4 runs on 7 hits, committed 4 errors, and left 4 men stranded on the bases.

Credited with hits for the Muskrats were Isaac Undlin - a single; Connor Brackenbury - a single; Doug Winzenburg - a home run; Berkley Santos - two singles; Chase Gates - three singles; Charlie Eriksmoen - a double; and Dalton Moberg - a single.

The Renville County Mallards also won their game against Stanley, beating them 12 to 3. This was also their second win of the season.

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