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The Anna French victory tour continued during the 2014 Lake Conference Girls Cross Country Meet Oct. 9 at Gale Woods Farm. French, a senior at Wayzata High, won her fourth straight individual conference title and became a rare six-time all-conference runner in the process. She ran a 4K time of 14:08 to win the race [...]

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It has been out there for a long time now – that pot of gold at the end of the rainbow. For the past two seasons, Minnetonka has been runner-up to Edina in the State Class AA Girls Tennis Tournament. One of these years, Minnetonka head coach Dave Stearns would like to run that gold [...]

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It might seem a bit unorthodox that a soccer player would warm up for his varsity games by kicking footballs through the uprights, but if you know Clay Elmore, you’ll know why. Elmore is a two-sport standout for the Wayzata High Trojans, as one of the top scorers for the soccer team and as the [...]

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Hopkins High sophomore Renae Anderson is best known around campus as one of the Royals’ leading Nordic skiers, but at Gale Woods Farm, she proved she can also hold her own on the cross country course.

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Given Wayzata High’s rich history in boys soccer, it is hard to believe that no one on this year’s squad has ever played in the State Class AA Tournament. But the Trojans will have their chance this year following a 4-2 victory over St. Louis Park in the 6AA finals Oct. 14 at Wayzata High [...]

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Hopkins High’s boys cross country team is speeding up, and Bill Miles, head coach of the No. 1-ranked Wayzata Trojans is taking notice. “Hopkins is the real deal,” said Miles after his team edged the Royals 30-40 in the Lake Conference Meet Oct. 9 at Gale Woods Farm in Minnetrista. Miles was impressed with Hopkins’ [...]

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Midway through the fourth quarter Wednesday, Oct. 15, Minnetonka High’s football team led Wayzata 10-6 in the annual battle for the Bay Bell. Seventy-six yards later, the Skippers had a 16-6 lead.

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