Spring Lake Park inducted its Class of 2014 into the school’s Athletic and Academic Hall of Fame during halftime of the football home opener Sept. 12.
The trio of inductees included longtime athletic director and coach Pete Brown; standout three-sport athlete Judy Oliverius and longtime coach Dale Wallin who coached Oliverius during his 27-year coaching tenure.
Spring Lake Park’s woes against rival Totino-Grace continued Friday night after a two-point conversion attempt fell short in a 34-33 loss in overtime. Totino-Grace had a chance to end the game in the final minute but missed a 26-yard field goal. The drive was set up after Eagles cornerback Luke Russel intercepted a pass from Panthers quarterback Derek Salwei with seven minutes left in regulation.
The Spring Lake Park City Council Sept. 2 approved an ordinance limiting the amount of impervious surface found on any one property.
Spring Lake Park’s motto for the season: “Dream to believe, dare to achieve,” seems fitting for a program looking to turn the page with an all-new coaching staff and new players emerging to lead the team on and off the court.
Thursday afternoon 18 cross country teams converged on the course outside Anoka High School for the annual Rum River Invite.
Sparked by an 83-yard kickoff return for a touchdown by senior captain Aaron Murphy, Spring Lake Park regained control of “The Block” traveling trophy from Irondale after a 26-12 win Sept. 5.
A kick off to the season saw the Huskies off to a 3-0-1 start with the wins coming in a span of five days at Huskies Stadium.