NYM wraps up regular season with 11-9 record

Photo by Chad Koenen
Rosemary Laudenbach fires a pitch to home plate during a recent game in New York Mills.
Grace Brasel and Rosemary Laudenbach converge on a bunt during a recent game in New York Mills.

By Chad Koenen


The New York Mills Eagles wrapped up their regular season with a pair of wins and two more losses last week.

In what could only be described as a wild finish to the conference season on Tuesday night, the Eagles split a doubleheader with Sebeka with a 13-6 win and 6-5 loss to the Trojans on Tuesday, before heading to Parkers Prairie that same day for another game against the Panthers. Unfortunately, the Eagles fell to Parkers Prairie by a score of 11-6 to wrap up their conference season with a record of 6-8 overall.

On Thursday the Eagles ended their regular season with a 6-5 non-conference win over Browerville.

Ayla Olson connects with a pitch in New York Mills.

NY Mills finished the regular season with a record of 11-9 overall and received the fifth seed in the sub section tournament. The Eagles traveled to fourth seeded Parkers Prairie on Monday night for the sub section opener. The winner of the game will take on either top seeded Browerville or eighth seeded Brandon-Evansville on Thursday in Browerville. 

On the other side of the sub section, second seeded Swanville will take on seventh seeded Frazee, while third seeded Upsala will take on sixth seeded Long Prairie-Grey Eagle. 

The section tournament will continue next Tuesday in Morris.