After advancing to the section final last fall, the Mounds View High School boys soccer team had more than a dozen players graduate and leave the program. That’s a lot of players to replace in one season.
It took a while for the St. Anthony Village High School football to find some victories last season. If the Huskies want to improve on last seasonís 2-6 regular-season record, they’ll need to use their speed and avoid injuries.
The 2015 cross country season was one to remember for the Irondale High School girls team. A pair of third-place finishes in the final two meets of the season in 2015 gave the Knights their best post-season in a number of years.
The Mounds View High School girls tennis team saw its streak of eight consecutive trips to the state tournament come to a halt in 2015. The Mustangs return 11 letterwinners from last year’s team looking to restart a state streak.
The St. Anthony Village High School boys cross country team has won the past two Tri-Metro Conference team championships. In order to make it three in a row, the Huskies need to replace their three top runners from a year ago.
Top row, from left: Coach Mike Koch, coach Rebekah Roth, Jenna Peschel, Abbey Eichelberger, Lauren Kilvington, Amberly Langer, Jessica Kennedy, Grace Sventek, coach Jordan Pearson. Bottom row: Toni Van House, Sydney Vasquez, Lisa Nadeau, Caitlyn Teske, Hannah Peschel, Delaney Norman.
After playing nearly 70 games over the summer, the Mounds View Softball Association’s 14U team had to have been exhausted but also proud of what it accomplished.