Two weeks earlier, Spring Lake Park handed Andover a 35-14 loss in the first and perhaps only Northwest Suburban Conference meeting after meeting in the section tournament each of the last two seasons. Each team won a section game by one point including the Huskies 33-32 win over Spring Lake Park last fall.
Led by senior Nathan Engstrom and junior Alec Lorimer, Andover secured one of two places in the Class AA boys state cross country meet with a runner-up finish at the Section 7AA meet.
Youth First Community of Promise is undergoing a massive shift behind the scenes, all in its quest to provide better neighborhood centers in Andover, Anoka and Ramsey where teenagers go to meet new friends and get the help they need.
Andover posted a 3-2 record at St. Michael-Albertville’s Midwest Challenge Oct. 10-11 that include 2-0 wins over Nevis and conference foes Elk River and Centennial.
Andover won three regular season games, each by shutting out the opposition including Week 8 opponent, Coon Rapids 31-0 on Senior Night.
DSTI, a manufacturer in Andover, made great strides over the past four months, recently wrapping up its employee-powered Summer of Giving program.
Anoka girls swimming tested its team depth to capture the Section 7AA True Team title, 140 points ahead of runner-up Duluth and 160 points clear of third place Andover.