Spring Lake Park is one tough team to compete with at Panthers Stadium.
Anoka found out first-hand how the first-year Northwest Suburban Conference team can play a tenacious brand of soccer in a 3-2 win Saturday afternoon.
More than 100 hockey players from 58 Minnesota communities took part in the North American Hockey League’s 12th annual Showcase Tournament Sept. 17-20.
For the first time in nearly two years, Andover (1-3) shutout the opposition.
The 39-0 win against Irondale was the first win of the season for the Huskies, who have owned Irondale at Huskies Stadium winning the last two contests by a combined 81-3 score.
Even though Coon Rapids (0-3) and Anoka (1-2) were winless in the standings, both knew they were close to finding their first of the season.
Thursday afternoon 18 cross country teams converged on the course outside Anoka High School for the annual Rum River Invite.
A wild comeback by Blaine in its home opener Friday gave the fans dressed in patriotic gear a reason to rush the field after pulling off a 22-21 win against rival Anoka.
The Huskies compiled a 3-2 record at the Southwest Challenge in Marshall Sept. 5-6 including wins against Owatonna (2-0), Jamestown, N.D. (2-1) and Sioux Falls Roosevelt, S.D. (2-0). Andover lost to St. Michael-Albertville (2-0) and No. 8-ranked (Class A) Heron Lake-Okabena (2-1).
Four distinguished athletes and one coach will be among the second class to be inducted into the Anoka High School Hall of Fame on Sept. 11.