Sports

Last week, Mike from Hopkins jumped on his soapbox and chastised sports fans from Eden Prairie and Wayzata, who had criticized Hopkins for its open-enrollment policies. It’s no secret that Hopkins and Minnetonka occasionally gain new players through open enrollment. But Mike felt Eden Prairie and Wayzata have an even bigger advantage – enrollments swelling [...]

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For a while at least, the Wayzata High boys tennis team may have more 5-2 wins than the 7-0 wins it became accustomed to last season. In the 2013 state Class AA tournament, Wayzata swept three 7-0 decisions, including one against Lake rival Minnetonka in the finals. Last week, the Trojans ran their 2014 record [...]

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Most highly successful high school track teams have a few superstars. But the ones that win consistently also have depth and athletes who are willing to work to achieve team goals. One of those athletes for the Wayzata High boys team is senior Kevin Myers. During the Lake Conference Relays April 10 at the University [...]

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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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