The St. Anthony Village High School football team posted a season high for points in a game last week against St. Paul Highland Park but it wasn't enough to get the Huskies their first win of the season.
With the meat of its schedule complete, the Irondale High School football team has possibly its most winnable game of the season on the docket this Friday. Coincidentally, it is also homecoming for the Knights.
Two years ago the Mounds View High School girls soccer team completed an undefeated regular season and advanced to the state tournament. That team was unbelievably stingy defensively as it surrendered only seven goals in 19 games.
The Mounds View High School football team is nothing if not consistent this fall. Through five games, the Mustangs are averaging 24.6 points per game and their point total has been in the 20s each time.
A return to the familiar wasn't the key for the St. Anthony Village High School football team last week. The Huskies traveled to St. Croix Lutheran on Friday for their first game of the season against a Tri-Metro Conference opponent.
It might sound like a cliché but the main goal for the Mounds View High School boys soccer team is to get better each day. Head coach Chris Scanlon feels that if that goal is met, some other aspirations can also be achieved.
Both Irondale and St. Anthony Village closed out the pre-Labor Day portion of their football schedules with home games last Thursday. Both teams then headed into the holiday weekend looking to regroup following losses.