High school seniors official put pen to paper during the NCAA’s early signing period Nov. 13. Several area prep standouts made their future plans be known for most sports. Football signees will announce decisions on Feb. 5.
Four area schools will be represented at the Class AA State Track and Field Meet after successful performances at the Section 5AA meet held on the same track as the state meet.
For the second time in three seasons, Anoka girls’ basketball is heading to the state tournament.
Making baskets is the best way to win a basketball game. Andover girls’ basketball is learning how beneficial a hot hand can be and how detrimental a cold night from the field can be.
Anoka improved to 7-5 after a 47-39 win over district and Northwest Suburban Conference opponent Champlin Park Jan. 10.
The Tornadoes were held to just 16 points in the first half before they turned it around with a refocused half-court offense and defense for a 31-19 second-half edge with Anoka junior Kyrah Fredenburg leading the way with 18 points.
Anoka improved to 7-5 after a 47-39 win over district and Northwest Suburban Conference opponent Champlin Park Jan 10.
Opening night of girls’ basketball action saw Spring Lake Park pull out a narrow win at Coon Rapids while Anoka overwhelmed Rochester Century.
Low scoring first-halves have pollute Anoka girls basketball (6-10) this season, but the curse was broken when they took on Maple Grove (6-10) at home on Jan. 24.