Minnesota spring may be taking it’s time arriving, but spring sports have rolled straight into the post-season without a pause in the action!  Take a look at where our teams are heading as they wrap up the regular season for 2019.


With a 9-6 regular season record, the Lions Baseball team has secured the #3 seed in the Section 4A tournament.  As the #3 seed they advance directly to double elimination play and host the winner of Tuesday’s Goodhue vs Chesteron matchup on Thursday, May 23. NO gate admission will be charged, so the team is looking for a great crowd for their 4:30 pm opening pitch! Section 4A Tournament runs through June 6 and the champion advances to the State Tournament on June 13-14. #WorkWins

Team First – Selflessness.
Energy – Every. Single. Day.
Hustle – In everything we do.
Purpose – We do everything with a purpose.


The Boys Golf Team played smart all season long following the reschedule of their first 6 meets! Boasting 5 meet medalists over their 9 MCAA conference meet schedule, they finished 2nd place in the MCAA Conference, just 1 point shy of 1st place. With all regular season play behind them, they plan to spend this week preparing for the Section 4A Golf Tournament being held at Brookview Golf Course on Tuesday, May 28 and Thursday, May 30. Our top 6 golfers will play 18 holes each day. Live scoring will be used by the MSHSL for Section and State and is available to the public (https://iwanamaker.com). The State Tournament will be held at Pebble Creek Golf Course June 11-12, 2019.


In much the same fashion as the Boys team, Lady Lions brought home a 2nd place MCAA Conference finish just 2 points out of 1st place.  They boasted 4 medalists over 10 meets and hosted their final 18 hole invitational at Links at Northfork on Monday, May 20. The girls also participate in Section 4A Golf and will play after the boys on Tuesday and Thursday, May 28 and May 30. You can track our top 6 golfers each day via live scoring HERE. The State Touranment will be held at Pebble Creek Golf Course June 11-12, 2019.


The Lions runners have celebrated many successes throughout the 2019 season. With 4th and 3rd place finishes respectively for the girls and guys in the MCAA Conference meet last week, the teams are in fine shape to step into the post-season strong! They will compete in Section 5A Sub-Section 17A on Thursday, May 23 held at Maple Lake High School. Qualifying individuals will then advance to the Section 5A meet May 29 at St. John’s University with sights on the State Meet June 7-8, 2019 at Hamline University.


After four weeks of competition in the standings, the Lions Trap Shooting Club is on the heels of 1st place team, John Marshall High School in Class 2A – Conference 3 competition. In hopes of qualifying several shooters to the State Tournament hosted by the MSHSL on June 22, Legacy will be fielding a team of 20 shooters at the Trap Shooting Championships in Alexandria, June 10-18. This event is boasted as the WORLD’S LARGEST shooting sporting event with over 330 high school teams featuring over 8,500 student athletes over 9 days of competition. Follow our team on Facebook to catch their results!


A tough season just wrapped up for the PACT/Legacy Wildcats Softball co-op. In their second year together, the Wildcats are a young team facing tough MCAA & Section 4AA competition. The Wildcats experienced a lot of growth both as a team and as individual athletes. They had many accomplishments to be proud of. As their season closes, the team is looking forward to their future together.