Six people will be inducted into the St. Francis High School Hall of Fame inside the St. Francis High School Carlson/Foley Performing Arts Center at 5 p.m. Sept. 26.
The inductees include Richard Foley, Doug Engren, Kathryn Froemming-Ferguson, Paul Carlson and Tim and Rich Holen.
Coon Rapids made too many mistakes against a solid Bloomington Jefferson team to lose the home opener at Cardinals Stadium 18-6 Friday.
Blaine is off to a 4-2-1 start against some tough competition including Robbinsdale Armstrong and Anoka. Both resulted in 1-1 draws while the Bengals scored a 2-0 shutout win at reigning section champion Andover Sept. 2. Bengals senior Britney Monteon appears to be recovered from an ACL tear that ended her junior campaign early. The [...]
Andover did several things well in the season opener but it was not enough to win the season opener against Centennial 20-12 at Huskies Stadium last Thursday. “We made mistakes that were frustrating on both sides of the ball but we have a lot of new faces out there playing in their first game,” Andover [...]
Coon Rapids tennis was eager to get the new season under way, coming off last season’s success combined with veteran returners and newcomers to the top team.
The girls opened the 2014 season with a 2-1 record as host of the Cardinals Invite on the Bob Pivec Courts August 16.
USA Curling has designated Four Seasons Curling Club in Blaine as the official training center for the national program.
Down 7-1 in the first playoff game of the day, Coon Rapids Legion Post 334 rallied to beat Apple Valley Post 1776 14-7 at Red Haddox Field in Bloomington July 14. Future Minnesota Golden Gopher Alex Boxwell highlighted the comeback with a three-run home run during a six-run rally in the third inning. He blasted [...]