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  With a mixture of seniors and young players, the Hopkins High boys tennis team posted an 7-10 record in 2015. The Royals ended their season with a split in the Section 6AA Tournament. They blanked Minneapolis South in the first round, and then lost to Wayzata 5-2 in the quarterfinals. “We r...Read More
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  During the first half of the Lake Conference girls lacrosse schedule, Edina bombarded Hopkins 17-5. When the teams hooked up for a rematch May 19, it was a vastly different game, as Hopkins hung with the Hornets all the way to the end in a 9-8 sudden-death overtime loss. “We had some good p...Read More
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  Lauren Feagler, the senior pitcher for the Hopkins High girls softball team, came within two outs of a no-hitter as the Royals opened the Section 6AAA Tournament with a 16-0 win over St. Louis Park May 19 at Eden Prairie’s Miller Park. While Feagler dominated in the circle, the entire Hopki...Read More
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High School AP teachers create a stronger program Advanced Placement (AP) classes can be found throughout Minnesota high schools. These classes are administered by the College Board, which is a non-profit organization that prepares students for success in college. AP classes are roughly equal to und...Read More
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By Matt Nielsen Sun Sailor Newspapers The city of Hopkins is rich with history. From the founding of the Minneapolis Threshing Machine Company to the 1925 tornado to the Hopkins Raspberry Festival, this suburb has had plenty to write about. The Hopkins Historical Society was founded in 1972 and bega...Read More
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Jack Doyle’s championship in the long jump and two first places from middle-distance relay teams were highlights for the Hopkins High boys track team in the Lake Conference Meet May 12 at Minnetonka’s Einer Anderson Field. Doyle, a junior, upset Minnetonka’s Matt Dille and Wayzata’s Wesley J...Read More
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  With the 2015 high school baseball season winding down, senior pitcher Robbie Palkert of Hopkins is winding up. Palkert pitched the first no-hitter of his high school career to beat Edina 2-1 in a Lake Conference game May 15. Ironically, the last pitcher to throw a no-hitter prior to Palkert...Read More
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  Hopkins High’s girls softball team was hoping to clinch the Lake Conference title outright with a victory over Minnetonka Monday, May 11, but the celebration was delayed by two days when a grand slam homer by Tonka’s McKenzie Paap resulted in a 4-3 Royal defeat. Two days later Edina was i...Read More
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