Hopkins-Minnetonka Stars of the Week – Nov. 15
Minnetonka High’s girls volleyball team posted a 19-10 record this fall. Aragon-Menzel, an eighth-grade setter, played a key role in the Skippers’ success with 945 set assists.
The Hopkins High junior finished the regular season in fifth place on the Metro Swim Honor Roll in the 100-yard breaststroke. She had a best time of 1 minute, 6.33 seconds.
The Hopkins High football quarterback led his team to a 5-4 record. DenHartog completed 117 of 198 passes for 1,314 yards and 13 touchdowns. Hopkins was fourth in the final Lake Conference standings with a 1-3 mark.
The Hopkins football wide receiver amassed 40 receptions, including three for touchdowns, in helping the Royals to a 5-4 record this fall. Merie also started in the defensive secondary.
The Minnetonka High senior finished atop the final regular-season Metro Swim Honor Roll in the 200-yard freestyle. Her fastest time was 1 minute, 51.74 seconds. Minnetonka won the state Class AA True Team championship earlier this fall.
Minnetonka High’s outside hitter was a force throughout the season in girls volleyball. Weidner had 349 kills to lead the Skippers in that category. Minnetonka finished the season 19-10 overall.