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Jumps are a definite strength for the Hopkins High boys track and field team, which won all three jumping events at last week’s Lake Conference Relays. Senior Terrance Bowers was magnificent in the triple jump, winning easily with a best distance of 44 feet, 9 inches. Meanwhile, his teammate, junior William Atkins, won the long [...]

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Players, coaches and parents from the Providence Academy baseball team will sponsor a fundraiser this weekend. A buffet breakfast will be served from 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Sunday, April 13, at Dobos Cafe and Catering in Loretto. Proceeds from the event will go to the baseball program and to the Gianna Homes charity. Free-will [...]

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You know what they say about New York City. In the words of the Frank Sinatra song from a bygone era: “If I can make it there, I’ll make it anywhere.” Well, University of Minnesota men’s basketball coach Richard Pitino certainly made his mark in New York City last week when the Gophers won the [...]

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During spring training under the TonkaDome, Minnetonka High baseball coach Paul Twenge was able to gauge the talent of his team and also the work ethic. He likes the team’s potential and also the way the boys are working indoors. With that said, Twenge has only a handful of veterans returning from a team that [...]

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Pat Berger, the new head baseball coach at Hopkins High School, is not new to the program in any sense. For the previous eight seasons, Berger assisted former head coach Neil Lerner, who resigned after last season to pursue a degree in administration. “It has been quite an off season,” Berger said last week. “I’m [...]

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