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It isn’t often that a Lake Conference girls basketball team wins the league title with an 8-0 record, but Hopkins was able to accomplish that feat this year. The Royals wrapped it up by beating Wayzata 70-52 and Minnetonka 69-48 in two road games last week. Thus, the Royals earned the No. 1 seed f...Read More
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This is the time of year when dreams are either realized or broken for boys basketball teams in Minnesota. Wayzata High’s boys team kept the dream alive with a 79-53 victory over Park Center in the first round of the Section 5, Class 4A Tournament Feb. 26 at Wayzata High. Wayzata next faces Maple ...Read More
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Mike Schumacher, head coach of the Wayzata High girls basketball team, doesn’t think much of moral victories, or silver linings for that matter. But when someone mentioned that the Trojans outscored top-ranked Hopkins 37-29 during the second half of their Lake Conference game Feb. 24, he couldn’...Read More
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Blake School and Minnetonka High School reached their respective state-championship hockey games with decisive wins in the semifinal round Friday, Feb. 20, at Xcel Energy Center. Blake scored a 3-0 victory over Red Wing, but it took the Bears time to get rolling against Red Wing’s defensive trap. ...Read More
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Hopkins High School’s Class of 2009 included a football player with high hopes for success at the NCAA Division I level. That player, Marcus Williams, did it all for the Royals – offensively and defensively. At North Dakota State University, he won national championships, and now he is playi...Read More
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Before he stepped onto the mat to wrestle Buffalo High’s heavyweight, Jackson Reay, Wayzata junior Corrie King took one last look at the scoreboard. It read Buffalo 30, Wayzata 28. So the outcome of the Section 6AAA Team Tournament contest hinged on King’s match Feb. 14 at Minnetonka High School...Read More
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