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1925-1926 Baseball Season
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The 1925-1926 baseball team won its second consecutive conference championship.  This team was probably the biggest shock of the championship.  This was the school’s third championship and second in a string of five consecutive titles.

 

The team opened against Central.  Bernard Mileti struck out 15 and gave up seven hit to Central, leading the Polars to a 9-7 victory.

 

North then played Edison at North

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Glen Welton tags out a South TIger at third.
Commons Park. The game was sloppy, with the Polars winning 13-12.

 

Roosevelt provided a thrilling game.  The Polars won 6-5 in a game that took 10 innings.

 

The last game of the first round was against South.  The Tigers led 5-2 going into the ninth inning.  The Polars rallied, scoring two, but fell short losing their only game of the season 5-4.

 

North started the second half of the season

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1926 Conference Champion Trophy won by the Polars
against Central.  The game was a blow out, with North scoring 17 runs.  Central scored two runs in the first inning when the Polars made an error. B. Schaefer pitched beautifully for the Polars

 

The Polars traveled to Bottineau Park to play Edison for the second time.   Again, Schaffer lost a shutout on an error as the Polars won 6-1.

 

Roosevelt came to North Commons for the next game.  The Teddies were

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An Edison baserunner eludes the Polar tag.
one game behind the Polars in the standings and were hoping to win to tie for the lead.  Roosevelt held a 2-0 leadthrough five innings.  North then began scoring, winning the game 8-3.

 

The final game was against South.  The Polars were looking for revenge since the only blemish on the season was the first round loss to the Tigers.  Schaefer pitched expertly, striking out 14 Tigers.  Dudley Langford led the hitting attack with a triple, double and two singles in five at bats.  The Polars won the game 7-0 and their second consecutive conference title.