Eastview earns 4th consecutive top-4 finish at state girls basketball Saturday night’s 68-60 loss to Hopkins in the Class 4A final might have ended Eastview’s reign as state girls basketball champions, but it added to the Lightning’s legacy. Eastview is the only team in Class 4A to finish in t...Read More
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New arrangement could create wrestling super-section Every two years the Minnesota State High School League realigns its sections for athletics and activities – and every two years coaches, administrators and athletes either breathe a sigh of relief or grumble under their breath about how things s...Read More
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Four Lakeville South competitors take first Several members of Burnsville High School’s Olympic weightlifting team set state records as they helped the Blaze win the state team championship for the second consecutive year. The Blaze’s Anessa Ally broke three records in the varsity girls 53-kilog...Read More
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Two of the state’s most successful football coaches will be honored in the coming weeks. On Saturday, the Minnesota Football Coaches Association will induct Paul Miller into its hall of fame during a banquet at DoubleTree Park Place Hotel in Minneapolis. Miller coached Apple Valley High School to ...Read More
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The Spring Egg Hunt returns to Rosemount at 10 a.m. Saturday, March 28, at the Ames Soccer Complex at Dakota County Technical College. Children ages 10 and younger can vie in the hunt, which provides plenty of room for them to search for eggs and candy, including the golden egg, which can be turned...Read More
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Middle school sports realigned, class size average to rise During a special session on Wednesday evening, the Farmington School Board approved its much discussed budget priorities for the 2015-16 school year. With the district anticipating a $700,000 deficit, School Board members, administrators and...Read More
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