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.
With the biggest meets of the girls’ swimming season still to come, Anoka was more than up to the challenge at the Maroon and Gold Invite at the University of Minnesota Aquatic Center, Sept. 27.
Sunshine and warmer temperatures helped organizers of the Blaine Triathlon host a more pleasant experience for competitors and volunteers at the May 17 event.
Athletes set to swim, bike, run The Lakes Third annual Blaine Triathlon welcomes competitors for the May 18 event
After a warm and sunny first year, the Blaine Triathlon offered competitors a cold and rainy version last year. So far, there are far fewer triathletes registered to participate this year.
Spring Lake Park earned one of six automatic bids to the Class A State True Team meet after winning the Section 4A title at its home pool Jan. 19.
Forest Lake edged Anoka by 23 points for the Section 7AA True Team title at Northdale Middle School Jan. 18, but Anoka qualified for the Class AA state True Team meet through a wild card process after the meet.
The hashtag #7thHeaven was one catch phrase Concordia University, St. Paul, used to describe what can only be described as domination on a historic level.