Burnsville Sports
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...Read More
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Numerous local athletes signed this week The NCAA early signing period started Wednesday, during which more than three dozen athletes from local high schools planned to sign National Letters of Intent to compete in Division I and Division II college athletics. This group does not include football an...Read More
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LV North’s Smith sets two national swim records The top seed in two events at this week’s state Class AA girls swimming and diving meet will be competing in the event for the first time. Regan Smith, a seventh-grader at Century Middle School in Lakeville who competes for the Lakeville North High...Read More
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Burnsville/Farmington/Lakeville seeks a second consecutive CI Division championship at the state adapted soccer tournament beginning Friday at Stillwater High School. The cooperative, known as the Blazing Cats, won its first soccer championship – and the second adapted sports title in the program...Read More
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Burnsville’s Faysal Mahmoud placed in the top 10 at the state Class AA boys cross country meet for the third consecutive year. The Blaze senior was eighth – his best-ever finish at state – in 15 minutes, 40.1 seconds for 5,000 meters. The South Suburban Conference and Section 3AA champion also...Read More
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Eastview’s 13th-place finish represents the girls team’s best performance ever at the state Class AA cross country meet. The Lightning ran in the state competition Saturday at St. Olaf College in Northfield. The school sent a girls team to state only one other time – 2008, when the Lightning f...Read More
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Football teams lose Class 6A games on the road Not even a defense as accomplished as Prior Lake’s can shut down Sam Zenner for an entire game. But the Lakers did enough to keep the Eagan quarterback and his teammates from springing an upset in the second round of the state Class 6A football playof...Read More
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