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Greg and Kate Riebe were only two weeks away from closing on their new home on Minnewashta Bay last Friday morning when Greg left to play in a pond hockey tournament on Excelsior Bay. Tragically, Greg never returned home that day. ...Read More
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The day started on a high note for Greg Riebe, when he left home to play pond hockey with his friends Friday, Jan. 23. There was no indication that it would be anything but a normal day, as Greg and his Excelsior Brewing Company teammates gathered outside the rinks on Excelsior Bay for their first [...Read More
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There is no greater thrill for a young hockey player than pulling on a Team USA jersey. Unless, of course, he or she happens to win a world championship in that jersey. Hopkins High girls hockey defenseman Grace Bizal recently returned from Buffalo, N.Y. with a gold medal around her neck. She and he...Read More
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Hopkins High School’s Nordic skiing tradition keeps the Royals near the top of the state rankings year after year. The continuity in the program comes from head coach Rob Fuhr, who has coached Hopkins for 14 seasons. Like many other coaches around the metro area, Fuhr works with both the boys and ...Read More
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Two teams that like to run played a high-paced Lake Conference boys basketball game Jan. 16 at Wayzata High School. Minnetonka zoomed to a 44-29 halftime lead over Wayzata and held on to win 96-89. It isn’t often that a team scores 60 points in a half and loses, but that was Wayzata’s fate in [....Read More
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Good karma was with the Wayzata High boys hockey team in a 4-2 Lake Conference win over Eden Prairie Jan. 15. But two days later, karma turned against the Trojans in a 6-3 loss to Edina at Braemar Arena. The split leaves coach Pat O’Leary’s team with an overall record of 7-7-2 and a 1-1-0 [...]...Read More
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Minnetonka High’s girls basketball team tuned up for its upcoming showdown against Hopkins by downing Wayzata 77-48 in a Lake Conference game Jan. 16 at Minnetonka’s West Gym. Two Skippers had big nights against Wayzata, as 6-foot-2 junior forward Courtney Fredrickson scored 22 points and 5-11 s...Read More
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