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Left-hander Nick Beaty of the Wayzata High boys tennis team is a marked man this spring. There isn’t a No. 1 singles player in the state who wouldn’t love to knock the Trojan junior out of his No. 1 state ranking, but that won’t be easy. Beaty is sailing through the first half of the [...]...Read More
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A strong showing in the Lake Conference Track and Field Relays April 10 at the University of Minnesota has given the Wayzata High girls team inspiration. The Trojans finished ahead of Minnetonka for the first time in several seasons, and that’s a good sign since Minnetonka has won the state champi...Read More
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Going into the 2015 girls track and field season, Wayzata High head coach Lori Cade feels like the team is off to a head start. First of all, the Trojans have been able to train outside in March and early April, which is always a plus. Secondly, Cade has a strong returning nucleus from a [...]...Read More
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No Minnesota boys team is going to win a state track and field title every year, but how’s this for consistency. The Wayzata Trojans have been on the podium at state five years in a row as one of the top-three finishers. “That’s always one of our goals,” said Trojan head coach Aaron Berndt, ...Read More
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When Ryan Klump, 11, of Plymouth won the all-around gold medal in the Level 6 State Gymnastics Championships recently at the Mini-Hops Gym in Minnetonka, it was as if history was repeating itself. Klump’s all-around score of 58.90, included first places on floor exercise, pommel horse, rings and p...Read More
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By Jason Olson ABC Newspapers More than four decades after covering the first state football playoff, Sun Newspapers sports editor John Sherman was inducted into the Minnesota State Football Coaches Hall of Fame March 29. Forty-three years later, Sherman not only covered each state football tourname...Read More
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