Farmington Sports
Beginning in 2015, a Minnesota PeeWee or Bantam hockey player will receive an award dedicated to the memory of Patrick Schoonover, the Eastview Bantam AA player who died in November after collapsing on the ice during a game. Sponsored by Let’s Play Hockey and the Minnesota Wild, the Patrick Schoon...Read More
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Farmington places 12th, Eastview 18th Apple Valley had three individual first-place winners and repeated as team champion of the All Force Minnesota Christmas Tournament last weekend in Rochester. The Eagles, who are first in the state Class 3A wrestling rankings, finished with 188 points, 17.5 ahea...Read More
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Farmington boys ranked 18th in Class AA Farmington is becoming acclimated to the level of play in South Suburban Conference boys hockey, Tigers coach Greg May said. But you don’t do that just by playing games. It has to start in practice. “We’ve really tried to keep a high level of competition...Read More
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Wrestling team expects to be full-strength soon Going 3-2 in the first five matches isn’t a bad start for the Farmington wrestling team, and it makes coach Chad Olson wonder what the Tigers’ capabilities will be when their full lineup is available. Farmington was missing four starters during a t...Read More
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Eagan High School student-athlete Noah Kuehn is one of 12 finalists for the Wendy’s High School Heisman, a national award that recognizes high school seniors for their performance in athletics, in the classroom and in the community. The finalists will attend a banquet in New York City on Friday wh...Read More
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New policy will take effect for 2015-2016 by Matthew Davis Sun Post Newspapers In a packed Minnesota State High School League board room in Brooklyn Center on Thursday, the league’s board of directors passed a policy to guide member schools regarding male-to-female transgender students who wis...Read More
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