St. Michael Albertville Boys Junior Varsity Baseball

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Knights Shutout Hornets

The STMA Knights traveled to Big Lake on Tuesday night and left with a 11-0 victory. STMA jumped out to a 7-0 victory. Cody Kelly and Ethan Krehbel-Valoaga led the way for the Knights. The two combined for four hits and Cody Kelly drove in three runs. Will Anderson started on the mound and pitched

Knights Blank Osseo

The Knights were back action on Friday as they traveled to Osseo to take on the Orioles. Travis Brown took the mound for STMA and pitched a complete game shutout. T. Brown allowed only four hits and struck out seven Osseo hitters to improve his record to 6-0 on the season. Ethan Krehbel-Valoaga led the

Knights Hammer Thunderhawks

The Knights got back on the winning track on Thursday afternoon as they took down the Grand Rapids Thunderhawks 20-4. STMA got the offense going in the first inning with a two-run homerun off the bat of Jack Kelly. The Knights managed to put multiple runs in each inning. STMA scored four runs in the

Royals Top Knights

The St. Michael-Albertville Knights seventh inning rally came up short in a 6-5 loss to the Rogers Royals. Heading into the seventh inning the Knights trailed 6-0, but STMA clawed its way back with the help of Jack Fiedler’s grand slam. Fiedler was 2-3 with four RBI on the day. The Knights managed to keep

Knights Explode for Thirty-Four Runs

The STMA Knights traveled to North Branch and Cambridge-Isanti for a day/night doubleheader and exploded for thirty-four runs in the two games. In the first game, the Knights handled the North Branch Vikings 15-2. Paxton Thompson, Ethan Krehbiel-Valoaga, and Jack Fiedler hit a homerun in the game. The three also combined for 10 RBI. Kyle

Knights Blank Magic

The Knights returned home to take on the Magic from Monticello on Thursday afternoon. Travis Brown was in control from the opening pitch on the mound. T. Brown pitched a complete game shutout by only allowing one hit and striking out nine Monticello hitters. The only hit allowed came in the first inning for the

Knights Tame Tigers

The STMA Knights were back in action on Tuesday afternoon after a nine day layoff when they traveled to Princeton to take on the Tigers. The Knights jumped out to a three run lead in the first inning and never looked back. Jack & Cody Kelly and Jacob Brown provided the offense for STMA. The

Knights Take Two From Spuds

The STMA Knights welcomed the Moorhead Spuds for a doubleheader on Saturday afternoon. The Knights put up a combined twenty-two runs and took two games from the Spuds. In the first game, STMA handled Moorhead with ease in route to a 12-0 victory. Travis Brown once again was in control on the mound for the

Knights Rally Against Wildcats

  The Knights traveled to Chisago Lakes on a cold and windy Tuesday afternoon to take on the Wildcats. STMA defeated Chisago Lakes 13-10 in a back and forth game. ┬áThe Knights collected thirteen hits on the afternoon, but also committed six errors. ┬áCody Kelly, Marcus Krupke, and Jacob Brown had multiple hits for STMA.

Knights Extend Winning Streak

The STMA Knights traveled to Minnetonka on Monday afternoon to take on the Hopkins Royals. The Knights got out to an early lead and defeated the Royals 7-4 to extend their winning streak to five. Travis Brown was dealing once again on the mound. T. Brown pitched five scoreless innings. Brown struck out twelve Hopkins