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By now there should be no question that Hopkins High senior Lauren Feagler is the most dominant pitcher in Lake Conference girls fastpitch softball. Wayzata’s players certainly wouldn’t disagree after Feagler blanked them 8-0 in a conference game April 17. “Lauren threw a two-hitter and did no...Read More
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While the distance and middle-distance runners continue to lead the Hopkins High girls track and field team, head coach Andrea Yesnes noted last week that the throwers, pole-vaulters and jumpers are also doing their part. “The girls are close to their personal bests in the throws,” said Yesnes. ...Read More
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Hopkins High’s boys track and field team got off to a good start with a third-place finish in the Lake Conference Relays April 10 at the University of Minnesota’s Bierman Field. Wayzata won the relays with 151.5 points, while Eden Prairie was second with 134 and Hopkins finished third with 120. ...Read More
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For any high school baseball team, an experienced catcher is worth his weight in gold. That is especially true when the catcher is Max Weesner, a junior who has already started for two full seasons at Hopkins High. Even as a ninth-grader in 2013, Weesner came to the varsity team confident he could w...Read More
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Even if Lauren Feagler never hit the ball out of the infield, she would still be the most noticeable returning player in Lake Conference girls fastpitch softball this spring. On top of being a three-time all-conference pitcher, Feagler is the most feared power hitter in the league. Her two-way talen...Read More
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Hopkins rugby player Katie Johnson, 23, recently received the greatest honor of her career when she was named to the Rugby 7s Dream Team at a World Series event. The World Series is held in cities throughout the world and in this particular competition, Team USA lost in the finals to New Zealand. Wh...Read More
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