CI Division adapted soccer team falls in overtime After missing out on the state CI Division adapted soccer tournament in 2013, Dakota United set out to make sure it wouldn’t happen again this year. Along the way, the Hawks came agonizingly close to winning the championship. In their return to state, the Hawks reached the […]

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North’s Regan Smith is runner-up in 2 races A runner-up finish in the 200-yard individual medley by junior Brianna Alexander helped push Lakeville South to a tie for sixth place at the state Class AA girls swimming and diving meet last week at the University of Minnesota. This is the second consecutive year Alexander has […]

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Megan Wenman extends state medal streak Sparked by a third-place finish in the 200-yard freestyle relay, Rosemount finished among the top 10 teams at the state Class AA girls swimming and diving meet for the second consecutive year. Rosemount senior Grace Herron, eighth-grader Anna Wenman, ninth-grader Cassandra Hutchins and junior Megan Wenman had an automatic […]

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Mark Froehling, Farmington High School’s head football coach for the last 15 years, announced his retirement from the position this week. Froehling, who led the Tigers to five Missota Conference championships and state playoff appearances in 2002 and 2003, will continue as a science teacher at FHS. “He has had great success on the field […]

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Lakeville North stopped just short of Prep Bowl Football teams struggled all year to unlock the door to Lakeville North’s end zone. Last week, Totino-Grace finally found the combination. For the Eagles, it included a heavy dose of Ben Mezzenga, who before last week’s state Class 6A semifinal game did most of his play-making at […]

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For a college professor, Scott Dominic Carpenter has logged a surprising amount of grunt work. Carpenter, a French literature professor at Carleton College in Northfield and the author of the murder-mystery novel “Theory of Remainders,” was something of a factotum before joining the ranks of academia. Among the past occupations you’ll find on his resume, […]

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