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The Eastview girls basketball team got off to a slow start Thursday night in the Class 4A semifinal game at Williams Arena but ran away in the second half with a 48-30 win over St. Michael Albertville. Eastview trailed much of the first half but knotted the score at 21-21 then held the Knights to [....Read More
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Former Fridley High School coach Adam Fischer takes the job For the first time in 15 years, the Farmington varsity football team will have someone other than Mark Froehling as head coach this fall. Adam Fischer was named earlier this week the varsity football coach for the 2015-16 school year, and h...Read More
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Badminton player is 7-1 at No. 1 singles Ashley VanderWoude is 7-1 at No. 1 singles through Burnsville’s first two badminton competitions. The Blaze senior won her bracket at the Edina Invitational last Saturday, winning six of her seven matches in the double-elimination tournament. VanderWoude lo...Read More
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Dakota United is CI Division adapted floor hockey winner About four months ago Dakota United had a state adapted soccer championship almost in its grasp, only to have it snatched away in overtime. The Hawks got a second chance for a first-place trophy Saturday and made the most of it, defeating Nort...Read More
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The Lakeville North boys seventh-grade team won a state championship last weekend in the year-end MYAS State Tournament held all over the metro. Members of the team are from front left: Thomas Jellum, Ben Kutzler, Derrin Carr, Sam Christianson, and Vinny Zuehlsdorff; and from back left are coach Jos...Read More
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by Jason Olson Sun Thisweek-Dakota County Tribune Reigning state champion and No. 2 seed Eastview opened its state tournament run with an overwhelming 62-28 win over unseeded Andover at Target Center on Tuesday afternoon. All-state sophomore guard Rachel Ranke led the Lightning with 23 points on 9-o...Read More
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Apple Valley returns to top of Class 4A basketball Egos have been known to undermine teams with a lot of talented individuals. Apple Valley did not allow that to happen, which was one of the reasons why the Eagles were showing off the state Class 4A boys basketball championship trophy to their fans ...Read More
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