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Partly cloudy this evening followed by increasing clouds with showers developing after midnight. Low 57F. Winds SSE at 10 to 15 mph. Chance of rain 60%..
Partly cloudy this evening followed by increasing clouds with showers developing after midnight. Low 57F. Winds SSE at 10 to 15 mph. Chance of rain 60%.
Updated: June 10, 2024 @ 10:03 pm

The Mankato East softball team erupts June 7 after winning their second consecutive Class AAA state championship after topping Cretin-Derham Hall 6-1 at Caswell Park.
Mankato East catcher Destiny Reasnor tags out Cretin-Derham Hall’s Emmy Brunette in the Class AAA championship game.
The Mankato East softball team douses head coach Joe Madson with water after winning the Class AAA championship Friday.
Lake Crystal-Wellcome Memorial outfielder Grace Thorson reacts after a catch against Randolph in the Class AA championship game at Caswell Park Friday.
Lake Crystal-Wellcome Memorial’s Taylin Gilman (1) rounds second base in the Class AA championship game against Randolph Friday.
Mankato East’s Harper Stangl (6) steals second base as the ball sails past at the June 6 Class AAA softball semifinal at Caswell Park.
Mankato East runner Harper Stangl collides with Winona third baseman Reese Nissalke at the June 6 game.
Mankato East’s Ella Hudspith gains control of a ball against Winona on June 6.
Mankato East’s Emily Hacker makes it back to second base as Winona shortstop Caitlyn Bauer goes in for the tag.
Mankato East third basemen Jayda Swalve attempts to make a play earlier this season. Swalve leads East with a .420 batting average this season.
Mankato East/Loyola’s Quinn Kelly, front, and Madden Vanderwerf. They are competing in the Class AA boys tennis tournament, which began June 6 at the University of Minnesota.
Mankato East’s Ella Fugazzi slides into second base as New Ulm’s Lauren Schmiesing prepares to catch the ball at the June 6 Section 2AAA championship game at Caswell Park.
Mankato East celebrates their 2-1 Section 2AAA championship win over New Ulm on June 6 at Caswell Park, punching their ticket to the state tournament.
Mankato East’s Hailey Petzel puts down a bunt on June 6.
Lake Crystal Wellcome Memorial shortstop Sydney Kramer (10) throws to third for the force out of Belle Plaine’s Cameron Chard during the June 6 game.
Lake Crystal Wellcome Memorial players celebrate their Section 2AA softball championship victory over Belle Plaine at Caswell Park on June 6.
Mankato East’s Jayda Swalve slips past the tag of North Branch Area’s Kaylin Hammond to safely steal second base in the quarterfinals of the Class AAA tournament June 5 at Caswell Park.
Mankato East’s Hailey Petzel rounds the bases after hitting a two-run homer in the Class AAA quarterfinals against North Branch Area June 6 at Caswell Park.
Lake Crystal Wellcome Memorial’s Addie Ahern makes a leaping catch in center field June 6 at Caswell Park.
Lake Crystal Wellcome Memorial’s Ella Voges tags out Dassel-Cokato’s Emily Vacek at third base in the Class AA quarterfinals June 5 at Caswell Park. Voges had two hits and an RBI in the Knights’ 7-1 win.
Lake Crystal-Wellcome Memorial outfielder Grace Thorson makes a diving attempt at a fly ball in a Class AA semifinal against St. Cloud Cathedral June 6 at Caswell Park.
Above: Lake Crystal-Wellcome Memorial’s Julia Montgomery is tagged out at home by the St. Cloud Cathedral catcher during a Class AA semifinal game June 6 at Caswell Park. Left: Lake Crystal-Wellcome Memorial’s Nettie Parsons beats a throw to St. Cloud Cathedral’s Elizabeth Bell to steal second base during a Class AA semifinal Thursday.
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Lake Crystal-Wellcome Memorial’s Nettie Parsons beats a throw to St. Cloud Cathedral’s Elizabeth Bell to steal second base during a Class AA semifinal June 6.
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