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There wasn’t much question that this was Wayzata’s year to repeat as the state Class AA True Team girls swimming and diving champion, but there was still a high degree of suspense in the state meet Oct. 16 at the University of Minnesota. In a hot duel for second place, Minnetonka edged Edina 1,999 to [...]

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On the eve of the Section 6A football playoffs, West Section rivals Wayzata and Minnetonka are getting ready to play for the second week in a row. The kick-off is set for 7 p.m. Friday, Oct. 24, at Minnetonka’s Einer Anderson Field. On that same turf last week, Minnetonka won the Lake Conference finale 17-6. [...]

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When Gene Cherney joined the Hopkins High football coaching staff in 1966, his mission was to install his 4-3 defense for head coach Bob Howells. To make the 4-3 work, Cherney needed a hard-hitting middle linebacker, and on the second day of practice he found one. Cherney pointed to junior Bill Light and said, “There’s [...]

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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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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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