The conceal and carry class offered by the Waverly Gun Club has been moved to Saturday, May 21, 9 a.m. Pre-register with Harry by calling (763) 682-1576. More information on the following is available at www.waverlygunclub.org
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Today’s baseball game between LPHT-ACGC has been postponed and moved to April 25.
Also, the softball game between Mayer Lutheran-ACGC has been cancelled.
Due to the weather, a number of sporting events have been postponed today.
LPHT — Baseball and softball games at New Life Academy of Woodbury have been postponed. No makeup date has been announced.
HLWW — Baseball and softball games against Norwood Young America have been postponed. No makeup date has been announced.
Mayer Lutheran — Track and field at Belle Plaine has been postponed until Thursday, April 15.
The Howard Lake-Waverly-Winsted Lakers boys’ and girls’ track and field teams had an indoor meet at St. Cloud State University Tuesday.
Eighth-grader Gracie Mallak stole the show in the 1600-meter run by setting a new school record.
Read more about the impressive starts for both teams in the April 4 edition of The Herald Journal.
Five local senior basketball players will play in this year’s Tim Orth Memorial Foundation Basketball Jamboree on Saturday, April 2.
Watertown-Mayer senior Adam Grotbo was one of 18 seniors selected to play in this year’s Tim Orth Boys Basketball Jamboree.
Grotbo will play for the West Team, coached by Watertown-Mayer’s Bob Hennen.
On the girls’ side, Lester Prairie-Holy Trinity seniors Karlea Kyllo and Shelby Fasching, along with Mayer Lutheran’s Kalie Winter and Watertown-Mayer’s Anna Barfknecht will play in the girls game.
Fasching, Kyllo, and Barfknecht will play for the West Team, while Winter will represent the East Team.
Doors will open at 4 p.m., with activities beginning at 5:30 p.m. at Glencoe-Silver Lake High School.
Watertown-Mayer’s Trae Berhow had a tremendous junior year on the basketball court. See what he will be up to this summer and how he expects to improve.
Pick up the Mar. 21 edition of The Herald Journal to find out.