Burnsville Sports

15-1 squad wins 2 major tournaments Winning Open Division championships at the country’s two biggest youth national volleyball tournaments is rare, even for clubs that are accustomed to contending for national titles. Northern Lights’ 15-1 team accomplished that elusive double over the last several weeks, winning the 15-and-under titles at the AAU National Championships in [...]

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Boys head coach familiar with South Suburban territory Hockey people in Farmington view the high school boys program as up and coming, and wanted a head coach that fit the same description. At least that’s what Greg May thought when he interviewed for the FHS position this spring. “I think they wanted someone who was [...]

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Now, Hyeamang will try to help Columbia University turn it around Helping Apple Valley High School reach the state football quarterfinals two years in a row ranks as one of Lord Josh Hyeamang’s career highlights because the Eagles previously had been in a down cycle. “Down cycle” doesn’t begin to describe where Hyeamang’s new team [...]

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Here’s a look at other local people who took part in the Minnesota Football Coaches Association Tackle Cancer All-Star Football Game on Saturday. The players listed all were members of the winning South all-star team. Lakeville North’s Jamiah Newell rushed eight times for 26 yards and caught one pass. The 5-foot-8, 170-pound running back has [...]

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Richard Pitino’s first University of Minnesota men’s basketball team had only one player from Minnesota – Eastview High School graduate Joey King, who transferred from Drake. But, entering his second season, the Gophers coach is making it clear that Minnesota players will be part of the program’s future. Last week the Gophers offered Apple Valley [...]

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