No. 2 ranked Hopkins (Class AAAA) came to St. Francis for a match-up among two of the top programs in the state Jan. 11.
Updating a story from May 2013, Kendra Zeman, an Anoka High School graduate, has reached the pinnacle of wheelchair basketball after being one of 12 players named to represent the United States at the World Championships in Toronto, Canada, June 20-28.
For only the second time this season, Andover came out on the losing end of a game. Roseville edged the Huskies 57-43 in the championship game of its holiday tournament Dec. 30.
Boys’ basketball teams hit the road for holiday-break action including Coon Rapids’ first win of the season at Norwood-Young America.
Hot shooting and plenty of energy helped Andover (4-1) score a rather impressive upset over rival and ninth-ranked Anoka 72-65 Tuesday night.
Not only did Anoka-Ramsey Community College freshman Joey Weldon receive his first division player of the week honors, but the National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA) added Player of the Week to his growing list of accolades after an impressive first week of December.
With one of the toughest women’s basketball schedules in the nation, eighth-ranked Anoka-Ramsey Community College is learning what it takes to be a top NJCAA Division III program.
Coming off a 62-50 win over Duluth East in the home opener five days earlier, a revamped Blaine (1-1) looked for its second win of the season against Coon Rapids Dec. 5. The Cardinals (2-0) had other ideas, leading from nearly start to finish for the 53-48 win that saw 65 fouls called between the two sides and a combined 88 free throw attempts.