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Shop the NEW shop page and raise money for our school!

Fans! Buying the things you need and supporting our school just got a lot easier. We’ve launched a brand-new shop-raising page that you can get to by clicking the SHOP link on our site navigation. Shop for the things you need by using the links on that page and we earn cash-back from your purchase! We’ll

SB Online Radio Broadcast Thursday

Sebeka takes on Pine River-Backus at home this Thursday, May 3rd. Game time has been changed to 3:30. The game will be broadcast on 95.9 FM radio locally and online at https://network1sports.com/station/wwwi.  After the Sebeka – Pine River game, Pine River with take on Northome Kelliher on Sebeka’s field as well

Sebeka defeated by New York Mills

The Sebeka Trojans fell behind early and couldn’t come back in a 13-9 loss to New York Mills Tuesday afternoon in their first game. Despite the loss, Sebeka did collect ten hits in the high scoring game. New York Mills had 12 hits. Heino, Nelson, and Vargo each racked up multiple hits. The Trojans notched seven runs

Sebeka Splits with Menahga

The Sebeka Trojans fall to Menahga in a low-scoring affair. Both teams were strong on the mound on Monday, but Menahga was just a little bit stronger at the plate in their victory. The Trojans collected five hits in the first game. Heino and Palmer each collected multiple hits. Ava Rathcke took the loss for

Sebeka Goes 1-1 in Frazee Tournament

The Sebeka Trojans went 1-1 Saturday at the Frazee tournament. Maya Lake didn’t allow a single run against Pelican Rapids, throwing a complete game shutout and leading Sebeka to a 5-0 victory. She went seven innings, allowing zero runs on four hits and striking out six. The Trojans racked up 14 hits. Palmer, Erickson, Lake,

Sebeka Falls to Frazee

The Sebeka Trojans fell 6-5 to Frazee on Thursday despite out-hitting them eight to six. The Trojans notched five runs in the fifth inning. The offensive onslaught came from a single by Madi Bullock, a home run by Morgan Palmer, and a double by Kenzie Nelson. Sebeka was up 5-4 going into the bottom of