Farmington Sports
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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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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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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In her first outdoor track and field meet of the season, Eastview junior Natalie Manders uncorked a discus throw that will be difficult for her to top – or for anybody else to beat. Manders, the Class AA discus runner-up in 2014, threw 167 feet, 6 inches in a home meet April 2 against Burnsville. ...Read More
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Ceremonies scheduled April 15 and May 1 Athena Award winners from metro-area high schools will be honored at two upcoming luncheons. The Athena Award program, in its 21st year in St. Paul and its 43rd year in Minneapolis, honors high school senior female athletes for their dedication and excellence ...Read More
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Tyus Jones continued his seamless transition to college basketball last weekend by helping Duke reach another Final Four. The Apple Valley High School graduate scored 15 points and had six assists in the Blue Devils’ 66-52 victory over Gonzaga in the South Regional championship game Sunday in Hous...Read More
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New arrangement could create wrestling super-section Every two years the Minnesota State High School League realigns its sections for athletics and activities – and every two years coaches, administrators and athletes either breathe a sigh of relief or grumble under their breath about how things s...Read More
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Two of the state’s most successful football coaches will be honored in the coming weeks. On Saturday, the Minnesota Football Coaches Association will induct Paul Miller into its hall of fame during a banquet at DoubleTree Park Place Hotel in Minneapolis. Miller coached Apple Valley High School 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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Rosemount’s Haney 8th in 50 freestyle Although Rosemount and Farmington didn’t send as many athletes to the state boys swimming and diving meet as they would have liked, both schools registered on the team scoreboard. The Irish tied for 33rd at Saturday’s state Class AA finals at the Universit...Read More
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Lakeville native Paula Moltzan made U.S. Ski Team history Monday when she won a gold medal in slalom at the FIS Alpine Junior World Championships in Hafjell, Norway. Moltzan is the first U.S. woman to win a gold medal in Junior Worlds slalom and the first woman to win any Junior Worlds event since 2...Read More
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