Mora and Quamba have each taken turns leading the Eastern Minny North Division throughout the summer. As of July 18, the Hinckley Knights (11-5 in league play; 18-9 overall) are now taking their turn leading the division as they took a one game lead over Quamba. The Cubs (9-5 in league play; 15-7 overall), are 4-3 in the month of July. The Cubs beat North Branch 8-3 on July 7, lost to the Isanti Redbirds 7-4 July 9, beat Nowthen 14-7 and the Rum River Bandits 9-6 on July 11 and 13 before losing to East Bethel 9-3 on Friday, July 16 and Mora 2-0 on Sunday, July 18.
The Mora Blue Devils (8-5 in league play; 9-10 overall), are one and a half games back in the North standings. The Blue Devils went 2-4 in July, losing to St. Francis 2-4 on July 7, Braham 5-3 on July 10, Isanti 20-2 on July 11 and Rum River 5-3 on July 17. They had two big wins this month as they beat Hibbing 7-1 on July 14 and the Quamba Cubs 2-0 on Sunday, July 18. The Hibbing Miners 6-7 league; 7-8 overall), are three and a half games back and the Braham Snappers (4-10 league; 5-10 overall), are six games back to round out the bottom of the North Division. The Isanti Redbirds (12-0 league; 22-3 overall) lead in the Central Division and the Princeton Panthers (11-4 in league and overall) are in first in the South Division.
The Quamba Cubs play at Braham on Thursday, July 22. First pitch is at 7:30 p.m. Their final home game is Friday, July 23 vs the Chisago Bulldogs at 7:00 p.m. The Cubs conclude regular season play with a road game vs Hibbing on Sunday, July 25 with first pitch at noon.
The Mora Blue Devils will have their remaining home games at Peterson Field in Quamba on Wednesday, July 21, vs Princeton at 7:30 p.m. and Saturday, July 24, vs Nowthen at 4:00 p.m. They conclude their regular season game on the road vs the Hinckley Knights at Brennan Field on Sunday, July 25, at 2:00 p.m.
Playoffs for the North Division start on July 31, at Brennan Field in Hinckley with games at 1:00 p.m, 4:00 p.m. and 7:00 p.m. The first round of playoffs resumes on Sunday, Aug. 1, at 2:00 p.m. and 5:00 p.m.