A return appearance at the Class AA State Baseball Tournament is still possible, but the Tigers baseball team have a more difficult path to achieving that goal.
The #2 seeded Belle Plaine Tigers tamed the Tri-City United Titans on Thursday afternoon to advance to Saturday’s Section 2AA Semifinals.
The Belle Plaine Tigers’ first 2-0 start since 2012 quickly faded to a 2-2 start, with last night’s (May 30) game at New Prague yet to be played at print time. The Tigers lost their first game of the season on Tuesday to St. Clair, 7-3, before a Thursday visit to Lonsdale resulted in a 10-7 …
The Belle Plaine Tigers softball team put up a good fight, but saw their postseason dreams come to an end after losing 5-4 to the New Ulm Eagles on Tuesday, May 30.
The Belle Plaine Tigers are one of four teams left with a chance to qualify for the Class AA State Tournament, although it will require a bit of an uphill battle.
The Belle Plaine Tigers softball team wrapped up the regular season last week with a 16-4 record, as Minnesota River Conference Co-Champions with Le Sueur-Henderson, and with the #3 seed heading into the Section 2AA Tournament, which starts today.
The Belle Plaine Tigers dug out of a deep pit against the St. Benedict Saints during Friday’s season opener, closing the contest with 16 unanswered runs to notch a 17-7 triumph in seven innings. Last year, the boys opened the season with a similarly wild 16-15 walk-off win over the Bennies.
The Belle Plaine Tigers baseball team has faced extra challenges against an unbeatable foe in the past week. Mother Nature postponed a scheduled game against St. Peter not once, but twice in the past week, leaving the Tigers to play a single conference doubleheader against Mayer Lutheran las…
The Minnesota River Conference golf rankings have been finalized, and Belle Plaine finished in second place in both the boys and girls standings, behind champion Le Sueur-Henderson.
The Belle Plaine girls track and field team has earned a return trip to the State True Team meet this Saturday.
The Belle Plaine Tigers softball team achieved something no other team has so far been able to accomplish this season. On Monday afternoon, the Tigers defeated St. Charles 8-2 on the home turf in Belle Plaine.
“Baseball in Belle Plaine since 1885,” and here comes another season of Tigers Men’s Amateur Town Team Baseball. Your local lads — and Ladds — will entertain our traditional opening-night foe on Friday, when the St. Benedict Saints swoop into Tiger Park for a 7 p.m. first pitch.
Four more games separate the Belle Plaine Tigers from being Co-Minnesota River Conference champions.
The Belle Plaine Tigers baseball team had a pretty successful week, sandwiching wins against conference foes Le Sueur-Henderson and Tri-City United in between a loss to Norwood-Young America.
The Belle Plaine Tigers delivered a devastating and demoralizing doubleheader drubbing against the Mayer Lutheran Crusaders last Tuesday, April 25. No other words quite seem to fit the bill, as the Tigers racked up a ridiculous amount of runs, leaving the Crusaders far in their dust.
The Tigers boys baseball team advanced to 6-2 on the season after earning three wins against Lester Prairie and Tri-City United in the past week.
The Belle Plaine Tigers boys track and field team capped off an incredible weekend of competition with two new school records.
The Belle Plaine Tigers boys baseball team should have a strong lineup this season. With more than 30 players competing for spots, including 14 players who saw varsity action last year, the competition is fierce to earn a spot on the varsity roster and help the Tigers achieve their dream of …
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