The Cannon Falls American Legion baseball team fell to Watertown 13-11 in a 9 inning thriller in Green Isle today.  They were one of the last four teams remaining in the Division II East Central Sub-State American Legion Baseball Tournament.

The Bombers won their first game over Waterville-Elysian 1-0 before falling to Norwood 8-3 last weekend.

Cannon Falls then defeated Cleveland 5-2, Kenyon-Wanamingo 8-5, Plato 7-6 before ending their season.

Holy Family beat Sibley East 7-6 this afternoon in the winner's bracket contest in Arlington.

Watertown then bested Sibley East 6-2 setting up the final showdown of the tournament 2:00 p.m. Sunday Watertown must defeat Holy Family to force a second game.

Holy Family needs one win to advance to the State Tournament next weekend in Ely, Minnesota.

There were 15 teams when the tournament began.  The runnerup in League E Plato received a first round bye.  League Champion Holy Family opened with a 12-2 victory over Goodhue in 6 innings before sending Randolph to the elimination bracket with a 7-5 win.

Medford got a second round bye in the elimination bracket before falling to Kenyon-Wanamingo 9-0.

Goodhue lost their second game 15-4 to Cleveland.

In the Southeast Minnesota Dvision II Tournament Lacrescent and Chatfield play 1:00 p.m. Sunday in St. Charles.

LaCrescent opened the Southeast Sub-State with a 10-2 win over Pine Island before Chatfield edged the Rochester Eagles 5-4.

Rochester blanked Pine Island 7-0.  LaCrescent rolled by Chatfield 9-2.  Chatfield had no problem dispatching Rochester 9-1 to set up the title contest.

LaCrescent is one win away from the State Tournament Division II Tournament next weekend.

Breckenridge punched their ticket to state representing Northwest Sub-State for the first qualification.

I know meals have changed a lot since I was in school over 40 years ago. Ugh!

See How School Cafeteria Meals Have Changed Over the Past 100 Years

Using government and news reports, Stacker has traced the history of cafeteria meals from their inception to the present day, with data from news and government reports. Read on to see how various legal acts, food trends, and budget cuts have changed what kids are getting on their trays.

I have not been a big cereal guy in recent years.  How about you?

LOOK: 40 Discontinued & Special Edition Kellogg's Cereals