Andover posted a 3-2 record at St. Michael-Albertville’s Midwest Challenge Oct. 10-11 that include 2-0 wins over Nevis and conference foes Elk River and Centennial.
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.
The Huskies compiled a 3-2 record at the Southwest Challenge in Marshall Sept. 5-6 including wins against Owatonna (2-0), Jamestown, N.D. (2-1) and Sioux Falls Roosevelt, S.D. (2-0). Andover lost to St. Michael-Albertville (2-0) and No. 8-ranked (Class A) Heron Lake-Okabena (2-1).
After facing each other as North Suburban Conference foes, St. Francis traveled to Spring Lake Park to open the 2014 volleyball season.
Anoka Ramsey Athletic Association is launching a developmental youth volleyball program open to third through fifth graders with hopes to expand that age range in the future.
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.