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This was supposed to be Shakopee’s year to unseat Minnetonka as the Section 2AA boys tennis champion, but it didn’t turn out that way when the teams met in the section title match May 19 at Gustavus Adolphus College in St. Peter. Minnetonka won a tight 4-3 match and will return to state in hopes...Read More
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  With a mixture of seniors and young players, the Hopkins High boys tennis team posted an 7-10 record in 2015. The Royals ended their season with a split in the Section 6AA Tournament. They blanked Minneapolis South in the first round, and then lost to Wayzata 5-2 in the quarterfinals. “We r...Read More
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St. Louis Park turned in an impressive performance while placing third in the Metro West Conference Boys Track and Field Championship May 19 at Richfield Spartan Stadium. The Orioles placed third as a team with a score of 100. Chanhassen won the eight-team meet (176) and Chaska placed second (114). ...Read More
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The horse racing industry is struggling in many areas of the country as interest and attendance in the sport dwindles on the national level. However, Canterbury Park is one of the few U.S. tracks showing an increase in attendance and improved quality of racing. Canterbury Park’s 2015 live racing s...Read More
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  St. Louis Park and Benilde-St. Margaret’s athletes participated and placed high in the Metro West Conference Track and Field Championship May 19 at Richfield’s Spartan Stadium. BSM finished fourth out of eight teams in the meet scoring 91.25 points. St. Louis Park was eighth (41). Chanhas...Read More
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  Ninth-seeded St. Louis Park earned one of its biggest wins of the softball season in the first round of the Section 6AAA tournament last week at Miller Field in Eden Prairie. The Orioles defeated eighth-seeded Minneapolis Southwest 5-3 in 10 innings and advanced to the double-elimination roun...Read More
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  When the Athena Awards program was conceived early in the Title IX era, the committee was looking for recipients who stood out not only as athletes, but also as students and community leaders. Meghan Janssen, Minnetonka High’s Athena Award winner for 2015, is just the kind of person the ori...Read More
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  Middle school track athletes from 10 are schools battled for the Lake Conference championship May 18 at Wayzata High Stadium. In the end, the meet went down to the wire with two Wayzata teams battling for the title. Wayzata Central scored 94.5 points to edge Wayzata West, which finished with ...Read More
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  With a mixture of seniors and young players, the Hopkins High boys tennis team posted an 7-10 record in 2015. The Royals ended their season with a split in the Section 6AA Tournament. They blanked Minneapolis South in the first round, and then lost to Wayzata 5-2 in the quarterfinals. “We r...Read More
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  During the first half of the Lake Conference girls lacrosse schedule, Edina bombarded Hopkins 17-5. When the teams hooked up for a rematch May 19, it was a vastly different game, as Hopkins hung with the Hornets all the way to the end in a 9-8 sudden-death overtime loss. “We had some good p...Read More
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