The top-seeded Mounds View High School boys tennis team, as expected, had little trouble in its post-season opener. The Mustangs, the No.
Over the last 10 seasons, the Mounds View High School girls track and field team has captured four state true-team championships, which ties the Mustangs for the most over that stretch.
The fastpitch softball teams from Irondale and Mounds View suffered through rough regular seasons as they combined for only five victories.
Track and field tends to be viewed as a sport more focused on individual performance and results.
The main goal for the Mounds View High School boys tennis team this season is to repeat what it accomplished at the end of the season in 2015. The first step toward that goal takes place this week.
The Mounds View High School boys tennis team that won the Class AA state team championship last year looks a bit different this spring.
The Hamline Elite Meet is a bit different than most regular-season high school track and field meets. To participate, an athlete must submit her or his best performance from the season and hope it is good enough to land a spot in the meet.
A pair of Mounds View High School graduates was recently named All-Americans in their respective collegiate sports.
After the first two weeks of high school track and field practice back in March, Mounds View boys head coach Ross Fleming wasn’t exactly sure about his team.
This is the 13th season that Aaron Redman and Scott Ylkanen have been co-head coaches of the Mounds View High School girls track and field team.
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