Sleepy Eye Legion Post 7 traveled to Mankato to play New Prague in the Mulvihill Tourney on Friday, June 29.
Sleepy Eye 9
New Prague 6
The boys started out the first inning hot, scoring three runs, including a triple by Carter Brinkman that brought in two runners.  New Prague would add a run in the first and two in the third. Post 7 would add two more runs in the third and fourth each and the last run would be scored by Luke Mielke. Mielke also had the pitching responsibility and got the win. He threw for five innings, striking out  two, walking three, and giving up four runs on five hits.
Mankato National 3
Sleepy Eye 1
Mankato’s pitching was lights out on the first game of the second day, June 30, of the Mulvihill Tourney. The Post 7 boys had a hard time finding their footing and a slew of strikeouts didn’t help. Parker Neid would score the one run of the day after being hit by a pitch. Avery Stevens had a great performance, but  took the loss on the mound. He pitched all seven innings, striking out 11 and allowing three runs on six hits.
River Falls 14
Sleepy Eye 2
For the second game of the day on June 30, Post 7 played River Falls. This one got ugly quick. The River Falls boys’ bats were hot, as they scored 14 runs in three innings. The two bright spots came from Avery Stevens and Luke Mielke who scored. Dallas Bauer, Jacob Berg and Carter Brinkman all tried their hand at pitching, but couldn’t stop River Falls.   
Mankato National 6
Sleepy Eye 2
The boys drew Mankato National again as their next opponent in the Mulvihill Tourney on July 2. Andrick Sanchez and Luke Mielke would score during the fifth inning, but it wouldn’t be enough to catch the Nationals. Jacob Berg pitched most of the game, giving up six runs, with Kyle Domeier taking over in the sixth inning.

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Brandon Valley 6
Sleepy Eye 2
Brandon Valley’s pitching overwhelmed Post 7 during their first game of the weekend, Friday, July 6 in Sleepy Eye. Avery Stevens got the only hit for Post 7. Brandon Valley scored five runs in the fifth and sixth innings. Stevens was on the mound for most of the afternoon, striking out nine batters, while giving up five hits and five runs.
Worthington 8
Sleepy Eye 1
In their second game, on Saturday, Post 7 dropped a game to Worthington. Post 7 managed to score a run in the fourth as Zach Haala was brought in by Andrick Sanchez. Worthington sealed the win in the third inning when they scored four runs. Jacob Berg pitched for Post 7 and took the loss, giving up seven hits and seven runs.
Eastview 15
Sleepy Eye 3
Post 7 was handed another loss Saturday. Andrick Sanchez and Kyle Domeier scored in the second—Dallas Bauer received the RBIs. The last run came in the fifth, but it wasn’t enough to slow Eastview, who had scored 10 runs by the fifth and added five more by the seventh.
St. Michael 12
Sleepy Eye 2
Post 7 managed to squeeze in one more game on Saturday, but lost to St. Michael. Jacob Berg scored in the third, and Kyle Domeier in the fifth, but again Post 7 couldn’t slow their opponent. St. Michael had huge innings in the third and sixth, scoring four plus runs in each. Zach Haala pitched for Post 7.