Friday, August 26, 2016

Friday, Aug. 26, 2016



Courtney Koepke scored three goals for Melrose
The Melrose Dutchmen fall sports season is underway. Yesterday the Lady Dutchmen tennis
team split matches in a triangular at Melrose. The team defeated NLS 7-0, but fell 4-3 to Becker. There were a number of long points and a few tie-breakers in the matches.  Singles player Becky Klaphake and Madison Worms both went unbeaten on the day.
A rare event occurred in the soccer contests against Rocori. Melrose had three goals from Courtney Koepke in its 3-3 with the Spartans. They had barely finished their game with the boys team returned from Rocori with the news it had tied 3-3 with the Spartans. Francisco Cervantes scored two goals for Melrose. 
Today the Lady Dutchmen swimmers are in action at Willmar.
Read about the Dutchmen and Lady Dutchmen in the Melrose Beacon. 


Madison Worms had two win for Melrose.

 

Saturday, June 11, 2016

Saturday, June 11, 2016


Lady Dutchmen Track
Camryn Brinkman finished second in the triple jump of the Class A track meet . She hit 38-4 in the event.
She  competed in the Girls Class A Long Jump on Friday. She hit 15-9, but did not medal.


Wednesday, June 8, 2016

Wednesday, June 8, 2016

Melrose Golfing
No member of the Dutchmen or Lady Dutchmen golf teams qualified for the state tournament.

Monday, June 6, 2016

Monday, June 6, 2016

Melrose Baseball
Tyler Braegelmann's toss to catcher Anthony Revermann was too late to retire Foley's Alex Foss. Batter Grant Mumm (8) put down the bunt that scored the winning run.
Foley-4 Melrose-3
The Dutchmen’s season ended with a 4-3 loss to Foley in the Section 6AA playbacks in St. Cloud. Foley had taken a 3-0 lead in the third inning. While it executed bunts well that inning, it also had a triple from Andy Klucas.
The Dutchmen rallied for two runs in the third inning. Tyler Moscho started the rally with a single. Walks to Hunter Rademacher and Colton Meyer loaded the bases. Tyler Braegelmann pitched the first six innings, the singled in two runs.  Braegelmann’s two-out RBI double in the fifth scored Meyer to tie the game.
Foley regained the lead in the sixth, again using a bunt to push across the run. Falcon relief pitcher Alex Dietl stifled any rally attempts by retiring all seven batters he faced.

Friday, June 3, 2016

Friday, May 3, 2016


Dutchmen Track and Field
Camryn Brinkmann qualified for the state track meeting finishing first in the triple jump and second in the long jump yesterday at Moorhead. She continues a tradition of Melrose competition in the event at state. Video of her jump can be see at 

"https://www.youtube.com/embed/4yuoyQghhAk"



Thursday, June 2, 2016

Thursday, June 2, 2016


Dutchmen Baseball
Dutchmen third baseman Kegan Stueve applied the tag too late to retire Pierz' Michael Meyer in a sixth inning play in the Section 6AA playoffs.
Pierz-8 Melrose 4
The Dutchmen fell 8-4 to a Pierz team that executed all aspects of the game well. The Pioneers created scoring opportunities with sacrifice bunts, then cashed in on them with timely hits and sacrifice flies. The pitching staff limited the Dutchmen to four hits.

Melrose broke the shut out with a two-out two-run fifth inning rally. They benefitted from two errors in that inning. Mitch Waldvogel reach on an error, then scored when the second error was committed. Levi Feldewerd, who walked, scored on an RBI single by Colton Meyer. Meyer was charged with the loss. More information appears in the June 8 issue of the Melrose Beacon.

Wednesday, June 1, 2016

Wednesday, June 1, 2016


Melrose Baseball
Pitcher Adam Van Beck celebrated after shortstop Levi Feldewere (center) pulled down a pop-up for the final out of the  Milaca game. Third baseman Kegan Stueve (left) and righfielder Colton Meyer came to back-up the play. 
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The Dutchmen held on for a 7-5 win in the second round of playoffs yesterday. Led by Tyler Moscho’s 3-4 day the Dutchmen took a 7-1 lead into the seventh inning, only to see Milaca scratch back for four runs before the inning ended. Adam Van Beck, who earned the save, had two hits and Anthony Revermann had two hits. Both doubled. Hunter Rademacher tripled. Melrose next faces Pierz Thursday at 7 p.m. at Faber Field in the Section 6AA-West Semi-Final. Other results from the contest were-West: Pierz-8 Osakis-0; East: Cathedral-10 Pequot Lakes-3, Bertha-Hewitt/Verndale-3 Foley-2.
For more information go to http://melrosebeacon.com and read the June 8 issue of the Melrose Beacon.