The Champlin Park Rebels blew onto Goodrich Field Friday night and took the wind out of the Anoka Tornadoes’ sails, winning the game 42-17 and taking home the Pumpkin Bowl and the Battle for the Paddle trophies as a result.
Pacing through the wind-whipped grasses and leaning evergreens on a chilly afternoon, Northwest Suburban Conference boys’ and girls’ cross country running teams competed in the conference championships in Elk River yesterday.
The Totino-Grace Eagles swooped in to Goodrich Field Friday (Sept. 14) ready to take on the Tornadoes and snap Anoka’s unbeaten string of early-season games and extend their own winning streak.
With a powerful late-game gust, the Tornadoes swept the Huskies off the Andover gridiron Friday night, returning to Anoka with a hard-earned 27-20 victory.
Anoka faced off against St. Francis on the softball diamond on a rainy May 11 for the first-ever Strike Out Cancer softball game.
Anoka failed to win a tie-breaking doubles match, ultimately losing yesterday’s (April 18) match with Champlin Park 4-3 on Rebel courts.
The 10-run rule brought a merciful end to six innings of sloppy Anoka fielding and powerless hitting when undefeated Elk River scored a 10-0 shut out at Castle Field April 11.
by Samantha Lefebvre Sports Writer The Anoka boys’ swimming and diving team won its last dual meet of the season against Andover at the Fred Moore pool Feb. 2. Anoka’s sheer mass of 62 swimmers helped give it a 36-point advantage over Andover’s 22 swimmers, 111-75. “I knew we were in for a big contest [...]