Section 3 Legion Tournament

Re: Section 3 Legion Tournament

Postby armada113 » Thu Jul 24, 2008 2:01 pm

Ah i see, anybody know who Hope might possibly throw against Fargo?? Or who they threw against Thompson??
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Re: Section 3 Legion Tournament

Postby Hinsa » Thu Jul 24, 2008 10:20 pm

Hope-Finley 5, Thompson 2 (quarter)
Hatton 12, Gardner 1 (Gardner eliminated) W-Workin
Thompson 11, MPCG 6 (MPCG eliminated)
Casselton 8, Hillsboro 2 (semi) W-Frappier, L-Foley
Hope-Finley vs Fargo postponed until Friday morning - darkness
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Re: Section 3 Legion Tournament

Postby MinotFan22 » Thu Jul 24, 2008 11:50 pm

i might sound insensative here but how hard is it to put lights up??? or just play in a place that has lights for sectionals???
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Re: Section 3 Legion Tournament

Postby kingjames » Fri Jul 25, 2008 12:13 am

okay well i haven't been involved in this conversation but i just read the whole thing and i was reading the part about lawn mowers and lights.. gardner needs to know that john deere has a brand of lawn mowers where there is a setting that cuts a little smaller than 6".. also i think class b should stay w/ no lights and make the second game of double headers dissapear... that would solve a darkness problem i believe.... oh and the comment about kris harstaad being a good pitcher for fargo was a joke correct? or do i not know talent when i see it
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Re: Section 3 Legion Tournament

Postby MinotFan22 » Fri Jul 25, 2008 4:33 am

kingjames wrote:okay well i haven't been involved in this conversation but i just read the whole thing and i was reading the part about lawn mowers and lights.. gardner needs to know that john deere has a brand of lawn mowers where there is a setting that cuts a little smaller than 6".. also i think class b should stay w/ no lights and make the second game of double headers dissapear... that would solve a darkness problem i believe.... oh and the comment about kris harstaad being a good pitcher for fargo was a joke correct? or do i not know talent when i see it


(clap...clap...clap) thank you kingjames you see something the fargo coaches still dont in harstaad... and not only does gardner need better mowers but rodent kill... there were mice all over in the outfield earlier this year..
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Re: Section 3 Legion Tournament

Postby armada113 » Fri Jul 25, 2008 6:35 am

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kingjames wrote:okay well i haven't been involved in this conversation but i just read the whole thing and i was reading the part about lawn mowers and lights.. gardner needs to know that john deere has a brand of lawn mowers where there is a setting that cuts a little smaller than 6".. also i think class b should stay w/ no lights and make the second game of double headers dissapear... that would solve a darkness problem i believe.... oh and the comment about kris harstaad being a good pitcher for fargo was a joke correct? or do i not know talent when i see it


(clap...clap...clap) thank you kingjames you see something the fargo coaches still dont in harstaad... and not only does gardner need better mowers but rodent kill... there were mice all over in the outfield earlier this year..


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Re: Section 3 Legion Tournament

Postby scc » Fri Jul 25, 2008 10:25 am

MinotFan22 wrote:i might sound insensative here but how hard is it to put lights up??? or just play in a place that has lights for sectionals???


Lights would be nice, but they are not necessary. The state Legion tournaments held in Bottineau and Mayville a few years ago were without lights, and everything was fine.
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Re: Section 3 Legion Tournament

Postby Hinsa » Fri Jul 25, 2008 12:39 pm

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MinotFan22 wrote:i might sound insensative here but how hard is it to put lights up??? or just play in a place that has lights for sectionals???


Lights would be nice, but they are not necessary. The state Legion tournaments held in Bottineau and Mayville a few years ago were without lights, and everything was fine.


Lights are a huge expense. You are looking at 5 figures easy....as often as they would get used they are usually the last priority at a ball field.
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Re: Section 3 Legion Tournament

Postby Hinsa » Fri Jul 25, 2008 1:40 pm

Fargo Bombers 4, Hope-Finley 2
Fargo and Casselton in the winners bracket
Hope-Finley vs Hatton and Hillsboro-CV vs Thompson in loser out play
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Re: Section 3 Legion Tournament

Postby cubsfan » Fri Jul 25, 2008 1:50 pm

Hatton is up 7-0 over Hope-Finley through five innings.
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Re: Section 3 Legion Tournament

Postby cubsfan » Fri Jul 25, 2008 2:22 pm

Hatton beat Hope-Finley 9-0. (Hope-Finley eliminated) Hatton plays the winner of Hillsboro/Central Valley-Thompson game tomorrow.
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Re: Section 3 Legion Tournament

Postby MinotFan22 » Fri Jul 25, 2008 10:53 pm

fargo lost 10-0 in five innings to casselton... another error parade for fargo, there was only one earned run given up by lundberg
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Re: Section 3 Legion Tournament

Postby armada113 » Fri Jul 25, 2008 11:10 pm

MinotFan22 wrote:fargo lost 10-0 in five innings to casselton... another error parade for fargo, there was only one earned run given up by lundberg


Looks like Fargo is coming with their A-game pitching but just cant get it done in the field
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Re: Section 3 Legion Tournament

Postby cubsfan » Sat Jul 26, 2008 5:27 pm

Hatton beat Hillsboro-Central Valley 8-2
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Re: Section 3 Legion Tournament

Postby cubsfan » Sat Jul 26, 2008 5:28 pm

After getting ten runned the first day, Hatton has came all the way back to the championship game by beating Fargo 8-6.
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Re: Section 3 Legion Tournament

Postby armada113 » Sat Jul 26, 2008 7:22 pm

cubsfan wrote:After getting ten runned the first day, Hatton has came all the way back to the championship game by beating Fargo 8-6.


Hatton is going to have a fun time facing casselton. In my opinion this tournament is over. Good luck casselton in state. Sure Hatton may be an alright team but they are no match for Casselton.
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Re: Section 3 Legion Tournament

Postby cubsfan » Sat Jul 26, 2008 7:43 pm

armada113 wrote:
cubsfan wrote:After getting ten runned the first day, Hatton has came all the way back to the championship game by beating Fargo 8-6.


Hatton is going to have a fun time facing casselton. In my opinion this tournament is over. Good luck casselton in state. Sure Hatton may be an alright team but they are no match for Casselton.

Even if Hatton goes on to lose tomorrow you have to give them their due after losing in the first round and coming back to play in the championship round. I congratulate Chad Omdahl on doing a fine coaching job through the years, he always gets the most out of his kids and they usually are at their best during tournament time.
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Re: Section 3 Legion Tournament

Postby scc » Sat Jul 26, 2008 9:46 pm

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armada113 wrote:
cubsfan wrote:After getting ten runned the first day, Hatton has came all the way back to the championship game by beating Fargo 8-6.


Hatton is going to have a fun time facing casselton. In my opinion this tournament is over. Good luck casselton in state. Sure Hatton may be an alright team but they are no match for Casselton.

Even if Hatton goes on to lose tomorrow you have to give them their due after losing in the first round and coming back to play in the championship round. I congratulate Chad Omdahl on doing a fine coaching job through the years, he always gets the most out of his kids and they usually are at their best during tournament time.


Well said, cubsfan. Good luck to both teams tomorrow.
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Re: Section 3 Legion Tournament

Postby armada113 » Sun Jul 27, 2008 12:58 am

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armada113 wrote:
cubsfan wrote:After getting ten runned the first day, Hatton has came all the way back to the championship game by beating Fargo 8-6.


Hatton is going to have a fun time facing casselton. In my opinion this tournament is over. Good luck casselton in state. Sure Hatton may be an alright team but they are no match for Casselton.

Even if Hatton goes on to lose tomorrow you have to give them their due after losing in the first round and coming back to play in the championship round. I congratulate Chad Omdahl on doing a fine coaching job through the years, he always gets the most out of his kids and they usually are at their best during tournament time.


Well said, cubsfan. Good luck to both teams tomorrow.


Oh yeah i completely agree. Great job to Hatton. Same from me, best of luck to both teams!
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Re: Section 3 Legion Tournament

Postby Hinsa » Sun Jul 27, 2008 1:42 am

I'm glad that Hatton beat the Bombers. It always amazes me that the little towns can beat the Bombers year in and year out. Even if it is the second or third Fargo team, they still draw from a talent pool of thousands as opposed to 100 or less.

Good for Hatton and Coach Omdahl. Now, can they patch together enough pitching to knock off Casselton?
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Re: Section 3 Legion Tournament

Postby MinotFan22 » Sun Jul 27, 2008 1:56 am

Hinsa wrote:I'm glad that Hatton beat the Bombers. It always amazes me that the little towns can beat the Bombers year in and year out. Even if it is the second or third Fargo team, they still draw from a talent pool of thousands as opposed to 100 or less.

Good for Hatton and Coach Omdahl. Now, can they patch together enough pitching to knock off Casselton?


whoa.... i wouldnt say thousands more like 25 kids that tried out for bombers this year and of those 25 that tried out 3 played for post 2 so that leaves 22 kids for 18 spots and there were 3 that should have never made the team... anderson, budke and olgaard.. not to mention all the great talent that didnt want to commit and just played babe ruth... so yeah they (bombers) were lucky to be where they are at... tomorrow will be a slaughter fest and casselton will beat hatton by at least 12 runs.
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Re: Section 3 Legion Tournament

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MinotFan22 wrote:
Hinsa wrote:I'm glad that Hatton beat the Bombers. It always amazes me that the little towns can beat the Bombers year in and year out. Even if it is the second or third Fargo team, they still draw from a talent pool of thousands as opposed to 100 or less.

Good for Hatton and Coach Omdahl. Now, can they patch together enough pitching to knock off Casselton?


whoa.... i wouldnt say thousands more like 25 kids that tried out for bombers this year and of those 25 that tried out 3 played for post 2 so that leaves 22 kids for 18 spots and there were 3 that should have never made the team... anderson, budke and olgaard.. not to mention all the great talent that didnt want to commit and just played babe ruth... so yeah they (bombers) were lucky to be where they are at... tomorrow will be a slaughter fest and casselton will beat hatton by at least 12 runs.[/quote]

It turned out to be a pretty good ball game. Casselton won 9-5. Hatton just didn't have enough fresh arms to complete the comeback. Congrats to Casselton on making it to state and good luck to them against Grafton.
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Re: Section 3 Legion Tournament

Postby MinotFan22 » Sun Jul 27, 2008 6:18 pm

cubsfan wrote:
MinotFan22 wrote:
Hinsa wrote:I'm glad that Hatton beat the Bombers. It always amazes me that the little towns can beat the Bombers year in and year out. Even if it is the second or third Fargo team, they still draw from a talent pool of thousands as opposed to 100 or less.

Good for Hatton and Coach Omdahl. Now, can they patch together enough pitching to knock off Casselton?


whoa.... i wouldnt say thousands more like 25 kids that tried out for bombers this year and of those 25 that tried out 3 played for post 2 so that leaves 22 kids for 18 spots and there were 3 that should have never made the team... anderson, budke and olgaard.. not to mention all the great talent that didnt want to commit and just played babe ruth... so yeah they (bombers) were lucky to be where they are at... tomorrow will be a slaughter fest and casselton will beat hatton by at least 12 runs.[/quote]
It turned out to be a pretty good ball game. Casselton won 9-5. Hatton just didn't have enough fresh arms to complete the comeback. Congrats to Casselton on making it to state and good luck to them against Grafton.


o darn not a slaughter fest still beat them handly you really got me cubsfan by reminding me of what i said.... touche sir... touche
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Re: Section 3 Legion Tournament

Postby scc » Sun Jul 27, 2008 6:42 pm

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Hinsa wrote:I'm glad that Hatton beat the Bombers. It always amazes me that the little towns can beat the Bombers year in and year out. Even if it is the second or third Fargo team, they still draw from a talent pool of thousands as opposed to 100 or less.

Good for Hatton and Coach Omdahl. Now, can they patch together enough pitching to knock off Casselton?


whoa.... i wouldnt say thousands more like 25 kids that tried out for bombers this year and of those 25 that tried out 3 played for post 2 so that leaves 22 kids for 18 spots and there were 3 that should have never made the team... anderson, budke and olgaard.. not to mention all the great talent that didnt want to commit and just played babe ruth... so yeah they (bombers) were lucky to be where they are at... tomorrow will be a slaughter fest and casselton will beat hatton by at least 12 runs.[/quote]
It turned out to be a pretty good ball game. Casselton won 9-5. Hatton just didn't have enough fresh arms to complete the comeback. Congrats to Casselton on making it to state and good luck to them against Grafton.


o darn not a slaughter fest still beat them handly you really got me cubsfan by reminding me of what i said.... touche sir... touche


It was a good game, not the blowout some were thinking. Casselton will represent the section well.
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Re: Section 3 Legion Tournament

Postby MinotFan22 » Sun Jul 27, 2008 10:54 pm

scc wrote:
MinotFan22 wrote:
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MinotFan22 wrote:
Hinsa wrote:I'm glad that Hatton beat the Bombers. It always amazes me that the little towns can beat the Bombers year in and year out. Even if it is the second or third Fargo team, they still draw from a talent pool of thousands as opposed to 100 or less.

Good for Hatton and Coach Omdahl. Now, can they patch together enough pitching to knock off Casselton?


whoa.... i wouldnt say thousands more like 25 kids that tried out for bombers this year and of those 25 that tried out 3 played for post 2 so that leaves 22 kids for 18 spots and there were 3 that should have never made the team... anderson, budke and olgaard.. not to mention all the great talent that didnt want to commit and just played babe ruth... so yeah they (bombers) were lucky to be where they are at... tomorrow will be a slaughter fest and casselton will beat hatton by at least 12 runs.[/quote]
It turned out to be a pretty good ball game. Casselton won 9-5. Hatton just didn't have enough fresh arms to complete the comeback. Congrats to Casselton on making it to state and good luck to them against Grafton.


o darn not a slaughter fest still beat them handly you really got me cubsfan by reminding me of what i said.... touche sir... touche


It was a good game, not the blowout some were thinking. Casselton will represent the section well.


false....frappie cant pitch every game at state... hes getting worn down from pitching every other game this year they got lucky that they faced gardner 1st round so they could throw someone not nearly as good..... my 10 year old sister could have thrown against gardner and could have won.. grafton will tear them apart.
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