Irondale High School graduate and All-America honoree Dustin Weinmann, left, isn’t the only Weinmann on the UW-La Crosse wrestling roster. His twin brother Ryan, far right, also finished his junior season and older brother Derek completed his senior season. (courtesy of the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse)
Dustin Weinmann worked his way up the ladder as a high school wrestler at Irondale High School and capped his prep career with a state championship.
The Irondale High School Robotics team demonstrated their basketball gadget while at the Minnesota State Fair on Aug. 27. The 3M sponsored STEM event brought out the area’s best technology to entertain and inform kids and families. (Linda E.
Irondale junior Joey Jankowski finished ninth in the Northwest Suburban Conference Nordic ski championships on Feb. 28. (submitted photo)
For residents of the northern states, the turning of the calendar to February usually means the worst of winter is behind them. For prep Nordic skiers in Minnesota, it means the biggest competition of the season is only days away.
With eight sophomores seeing significant varsity time a year ago, the Irondale/St. Anthony Village boys hockey team took its lumps. The Knights won only three games last season, but head coach Adam Schmidt is expecting that experience work in his team's favor soon.
With eight games against teams that won at least 20 games each last season, the Irondale High School boys basketball team faces a tough schedule as it tries to rebound from a two-win season a year ago. Despite the daunting slate of games, head coach Jon DeMars expects a marked improvement from a year ago.