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Bayside Chatter: April 26

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Still no baseball

It appeared that the Mariner baseball team might have a couple of games under its belts now, but it was not to be. Their appearance at the Metrodome did not occur since they were stranded at home by the latest April snowstorm. It's still anyone's guess as to when outdoor play will get underway for spring sports.

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May 11 fishing opener in question

As of April 17 there were 30 inches of ice on Nine Mile Lake. This would be indicative of conditions on other area lakes and make an open-water fishing opener on May 11 very unlikely, without a big increase in the temperature.

December hockey tourney shaping up

Looking ahead to December, the Silver Bay Blue Line Club/AmericInn holiday hockey tournament will have a full field of eight teams. Returning teams include defending champion Legacy Christian, North Shore, Ely, Moose Lake, Bagley/Fosston and Robbinsdale Cooper. The newcomers will be Red Lake Falls and Mora/Hinckley-Finlayson. The tournament will be bracketed and the preliminary plan is to play one day in Two Harbors and two in Silver Bay.

Wasko resigns

Steve Wasko, one of the two co Head Coaches of the inaugural North Shore Storm boys' hockey team in Lake County has resigned. There is no word on a time table to replace him.

Mc Millen selected

Brooke McMillen of Silver Bay made the district 11/12 Select 15 final roster of 20 players .They will be at Edina this weekend for the State Select spring festival.

Bantam and peewee hockey

Minnesota Hockey has made some rulings for next season as to bantam and peewee teams. The AA/A classes will remain and A teams cannot play B teams. Bantam teams also have the option of not having to declare their level of play until November 25.

Softball survey results

In a survey of state high school softball coaches, 83 percent of 224 responders were in favor of going to four classes in softball, but only 43.3 percent were in favor if consolation play was removed from the state tournament

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