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Senior shortstop Anna Gimmestad of the Wayzata High girls fastpitch softball team is one of nine repeat selections on the 2015 All-Lake Conference team. The other repeat picks are McKenzie Paap from Minnetonka, Shannon Petersen and Sydney Monsour from Edina, Lauren Feagler and Hannah Kleist from Hop...Read More
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Graham Maas, a rising star in the modern pentathlon, has qualified for the Junior World Meet the first week of September in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Maas earned his way to world competition by placing third at the USA Championships. Although he only recently turned 15, he competed in the 17-18-year-...Read More
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Sarah Burnham was only 9 years old when her father convinced her to start golfing. Burnham, now 19, has improved her game to the point where she has been given the opportunity to play at an event that very few Minnesota amateurs have done before: the U.S. Open. Burnham did not consider the possibili...Read More
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Even though there were many capable teams in the State Class AAA Boys Golf Tournament at Bunker Hills last week, it all came down to two Lake Conference teams - Wayzata and Edina. The eight teams in the event scored between 607 and 644 for 36 holes, and Wayzata was the team with the 607. Edina was t...Read More
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It isn’t often that every No. 1 player in any conference advances to the State Class AA Boys Tennis Tournament. But that is exactly what happened for the Lake Conference in 2015. Wayzata’s Nick Beaty advanced to state in singles and finished fourth, Minnetonka’s Jonah Salita advanced to the si...Read More
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It’s no surprise that the Minnetonka High girls track and field team dominated the All-Lake Conference selections for 2015. The Skippers won the Section True Team title, the Lake Conference title and the Section 6AA title, while also taking third place in True Team State....Read More
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Three state gold medalists head the All-Lake Conference boys track and field team for 2015. Joe Klecker of Hopkins High had a state meet for the ages, winning the 1,600-meter run in 4:06 and the 3,200 in 8:57. His 4:06 was almost two seconds faster than the old state-meet record....Read More
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