Boys and Girls Golf – at Cloquet, 9 a.m.
Baseball – at Proctor, 4:30 p.m. The Hawks (11-4) have lost three of their last four, including a split doubleheader effort against Duluth Denfeld (a 13-0 victory) and Spring Lake Park (a 9-5 loss) last Saturday at Wade Stadium in Duluth. Hermantown is 7-1 in the Lake Superior Conference, with league games remaining against the Rails (9-7 overall, 1-6 LSC) and at home against Grand Rapids (11-7, 6-2) Tuesday. The Hawks will finish the regular season with nonconference games against Duluth East on Wednesday (at Ordean Field) and Friday (at Fitchner Field). Hermantown is led by hitting standouts River Freeman and Wylie Arro, who collected three hits each in the Denfeld victory. Cruz Runyan recorded the pitching win against the Hunters, scattering six hits in the five-inning romp.
Boys and Girls Track & Field – 4 p.m. Centricity Stadium
Baseball – host Grand Rapids, 4:30 p.m.
Girls Lacrosse – host Ricori, 6 p.m. Egerdahl Field
Boys Golf – at Crosby-Ironton, TBA
Girls Golf – host Proctor, 11:30 a.m. Enger Park
Baseball – at Duluth East, 4 p.m.
Softball – Section 7AAA game, TBA. The Hawks begin post-season play on the heels of consecutive losses, 3-0 at Chisago Lakes on Friday and 10-0 against Chippewa Falls Saturday in Superior. Hermantown blitzed visiting Duluth East 11-0 last Wednesday. The Hawks are led by senior pitcher Natalie Vitek, senior third baseman Jadyn Lind, junior outfielder Bailee Edwards and sophomore catcher Mikayla Sweeney. Hermantown lost to Chisago Lakes 4-3 in the Section 7AAA final a year ago.
Boys Tennis – at Hibbing, 9 a.m.
Girls Lacrosse – host Duluth, 5 p.m. Centricity
Baseball – host Duluth East, 7 p.m.
Softball – Section 7AAA Playoffs, noon Braun Park Cloquet