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The Minnesota Baseball Association recognized the services of Eric Brever and Pat Goggins last month in St. Patrick with a pregame ceremony before the Irish faced Union Hill.

The Minnesota Twins Youth Baseball Clinic on Thursday, July 13 at TCU’s Montgomery Middle and Elementary School’s outdoor fields was an inspiring event for all.

“We love doing this. This is my passion, what keeps me going,” said Coach Joe Shallenberger from the Twins organization. Coaching is what he said what made him clean.

With a win over crosstown rival New Market Friday night, they set the stage for Sunday’s milestone victory, the 1,100th victory in the coaching career for Elko’s Terry Fredrickson.

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The Tri-City United Wrestling Program added podium success with two athletes finishing in third place last weekend at the State Wrestling Tournament at the Xcel Energy Center.
In Round 1 of the 170-pound weight class, Caden O’Malley advanced with a technical fall over Guinahi Douhe of Fridley. In thequarterfinals, O’Malley beat Ashton LaBelle of North Branch Area with a 1-0 decision.
The consolation semifinals O’Malley beat Johnathon Murphy of Big Lake with a fall in 25 seconds.

The TCU Boys’ Basketball Team closed out its regular season on Friday in a game with Waterville-Elysian-Morristown (WEM) Buccaneers. The loss to the Buccaneers capped a busy week for the Titans. They played Norwood Young America on Monday, Mayer Lutheran on Tuesday, Le Sueur-Henderson on Thursday, and WEM Friday.
They have the weekend to rest up before the first bracket of the Section 2AA Tournament on Tuesday. In Belle Plaine, they took on the Tigers who entered the contest with a 13-12 record. Previously, TCU lost to the Tigers 35-61 on December 14, and 55-61 on January 28.

After closing a 10-point gap, the TCU Titan girls lost a close game to the Medford Tigers in the final minutes by a score of 45-47 on Thursday, Feb. 3.
Despite the loss, Titan Coach Don Marcussen said his team is playing ball better than it has the previous games.
"I felt if we didn't do too much damage to ourselves, we could compete with the Tigers,” he said. “We had a slight lead at halftime. Medford actually took the lead by as much as 10 points in the second half but the Titans made a nice run at it in the closing two minutes of the game.”

The TCU Wrestling Team hosted a Quad Meet on Friday with visiting schools Sibley East, St. Peter and Marshall. The TCU team faced off and beat Sibley East and St. Peter, but fell to Marshall in a close match.
TCU 51 - Sibley East 19
TCU 39 - St Peter 33
TCU 32 - Marshall 34
St. Peter 56 - Sibley East 17
Marshall 58 - Sibley East 18
TCU 39 - St Peter 33

The TCU Titans took second in the Minnesota River Conference Tournament in Le Sueur last Friday.
To land in second, the Titans earned convincing victories over Norwood-Young America 57-15, and Le Sueur-Henderson 41-30.
Silbey East beat Le Sueur-Henderson 52-27, Norwood-Young America 70-6, and narrowly TCU 38-35 to win the tournament.
Chris Johnson, Brant Lemieux, Carter O`Malley, Caleb Whipps and Caden O'Malley earned All-Conference honors by going 3-0 in the tournament.

The Tri-City United Wresing Team won a tournament last weekend, for the first time ever. According to Coach Shaun Timmerman, the team won the Larry Severson Raider Invitational in Northfield.
"We haven't won this tournament before, so it's a nice experience to come, wrestle well against some teams that we haven't seen before, and walk away as the tournament champions,” Timmerman said.
Individual champions went to Caleb Whipps, Caden O’Malley and Marco Reyes. In second place were Christopher Johnson, and Carter O’Malley.

After a couple of close losses to Fairmont 44-47, Belle Plaine 35-61, and Waterville-Elysian-Morristown 38-40, the TCU boys’ basketball team cranked out a 65-52 home win over Sibley East on Friday, Dec. 17.

The Minnesota River Bulldog Hockey Team had an upand- down week last week. The team hosted Redwood Valley on December 14 and cranked out a definitive 8-1 victory.
Three days later, the boys traveled to Dodge County and lost to the Cobras by a score of 1-13.

Members of the TCU Swim and Dive team made big history on Friday.
Ella Schmiesing, daughter of John and Jennifer Schmiesing, became the first-ever TCU Section Swimming Champion. Ella won the 50 freestyle race with her time of 24.18 at the Section Meet in Rochester on Friday.
The win earned her a trip to State.
Titan Coach Kristen Munden said her finish also set a new team record for TCU and a personal record for Schmiesing.
The eighth grader was also crowned the Champion in the 100 freestyle race with her first-place time of 53.02.

The TCU Titans ended their run in the quarterfinals of the Section 3AAA playoffs after a 51-8 loss to Waseca. The end of their season came on the heels of a 28-14 win over New Ulm on Tuesday, Oct. 26 in Montgomery.
TCU 14 0 14 0 28
New Ulm 0 14 0 0 14
TCU jumped out to an early 14-0 lead in the first quarter of their home game when Adam Henze had a 38-yard touchdown reception from quarterback Luke Holicky to open the scoring for the Titans. Cole Franek added a 3-yard touchdown run and 2-pt conversion to make the lead 14-0.

The TCU Titans finished their regular season with a 0-3 loss against Sibley East on Tuesday, Oct. 19. They finished the season with a 5-15 overall record, and a 0-7 conference record.
TCU 19 17 22
Sibley East 25 25 25
The game ended with TCU accumulating 22 kills, 14 errors and 137 assists. Maddie Dooley served the team’s only ace serve, and the team had 47 digs. Block solos were made by Kaia Krocak 2, Kaitlyn Lang 2, and Lexi Factor 1.

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