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Softball team averaging 6 runs a game With a roster as young as the Burnsville softball team’s – nine of the 13 varsity players are in eighth, ninth or 10th grade – a coach needs to assume that some inconsistency will be part of the deal. No one understands that better than Pat Feely, who’s ...Read More
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Hyytinen, Peterson will run in Hamline Elite Meet Put simply, it was exactly what Farmington needed. After a 1-4 start to the baseball season and coming off a 13-0 loss to Burnsville last week, the Tigers faced No. 1-ranked Lakeville North on Monday. Some might have been bracing for the worst, but i...Read More
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Girls squad returns top three scorers It’s not easy to make headway in a conference loaded with state tournament contenders, as the Eastview girls lacrosse team saw Tuesday night. The Lightning played Lakeville South, the consolation champion at the 2014 state tournament, and lost 12-6 on its home...Read More
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Baseball team 5-2, has been ranked No. 1 One of the good things about high school baseball, Lakeville North coach Tony Market said, is there’s usually another game coming up in a day or two to help you get over a loss. Weather permitting, of course. The Panthers had a chance to get back on [...]...Read More
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North also wins its own tourney, sweeping three games This week found Lakeville North in an unfamiliar spot – chasing the South Suburban Conference softball leaders instead of being the leader. But there’s still plenty of time to catch up. The Panthers will go to Farmington on Thursday and play ...Read More
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Cougars plow through bad weather to win SSC opener Three tournaments, three victories. It would be difficult for anybody to complain about a start like that, and Lakeville South boys golf coach Bill Schommer isn’t about to do so. “We’ve played well in some pretty tough conditions, and we’ve ...Read More
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Postseason honors roll in for Eastview career scoring leader Many athletes, particularly the professional variety, detest riding buses to and from their games. But for Madison Guebert, the bus rides were one of her favorites things about being part of the Eastview High School girls basketball progra...Read More
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Hyytinen leads a youthful Farmington team Seasons change. Rosters change. So do expectations. When the subject of expectations comes up for the Farmington boys track team, coach Brian Helmstetter said the Tigers are trying not to have any – at least for now. “We lost 17 seniors from last year’...Read More
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Badminton squad topples Como Park Teams from St. Paul and Minneapolis city schools have been tough for the Burnsville badminton team to beat in recent years. But the Blaze is now starting to show it can stay with the state’s best. On Monday, Burnsville defeated St. Paul Como Park 6-1, a significan...Read More
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It’s official: The next time you see Tyus Jones on a basketball court, he probably will be in an NBA uniform. The 2014 Apple Valley High School graduate who helped lead Duke University to the 2015 NCAA championship announced Wednesday morning he will enter the NBA Draft. “I am faced with the tou...Read More
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Eagle alumnus is most outstanding player of Final Four Zach Goring sat in front of his television Monday night and watched a familiar story unfold. It’s a story about a basketball team needing to win a big game, and turning to Tyus Jones to make the plays to help the team get there. Jones did [......Read More
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