North Polars

Wed
08
Oct

Football: Tartan and North win while Hill-Murray goes down at Sibley


Tartan junior running back Emmanuel Willies (7) carries for a 71-yard touchdown. He ran in three on 18 carries for 224 yards. The Titans won 21-13 over Fridley Oct. 3. (Linda Baumeister/Review)

As week five of the fall football season wrapped up, Tartan gained a victory over non-conference foe Fridley. North traveled to Hastings and came away with a three-point win. Hill-Murray ventured to West St. Paul to face Henry Sibley and took it on the chin by a touchdown.

Thu
02
Oct

Polars breeze by Tartan


Linda Baumeister/Review

North High junior defense Hannah Pedersen (18) dribbles the ball upfield against Tartan junior midfielder Amber Mathison (8). The North girls won 5-1 at home Sept. 23.

Wed
01
Oct

Football: Area teams get knocked by opponents


North High senior running back Deon Benson (11) pushes forward for yardage against Henry Sibley Sept. 26. Benson rushed for 161 yards on 16 carries for two touchdowns in the 21-18 Homecoming loss Sept. 26. (Linda Baumeister/Review)

Week five of the 2014 football season proved to be less than fruitful for area teams. Homecoming festivities at both Hill-Murray and North High were dampened by losses Friday, Sept. 26.

Wed
01
Oct

Volleyball: Polars roll past Pioneers

The North High Polars took their undefeated volleyball record to Hill-Murray Field House Thursday, Sept. 25, and came away with a convincing 3-0 win over the Pioneers.
North is riding high with a Metro East Conference (MEC) mark of 5-0 and an overall record of 14-0.

Wed
01
Oct

Volleyball: North stops Tartan in three to maintain unblemished record

The North High Polars weren’t mentioning it, but going into their volleyball match with the Tartan Titans Tuesday, Sept. 23 at the Hal Norgard Gymnasium, they had an overall mark of 12-0 and were 4-0 in Metro East Conference action.
When the dust had settled following the match with Tartan, the Polars remained unbeaten.

Thu
25
Sep

Lights at Polar Field: Spectators not only can see the light, but the action on the field


A new, brighter lighting system is illuminating North Stadium this autumn. The old lights, which were installed in 1965, had become so unreliable that fans and players were sometimes plunged into darkness during games. (Linda Baumeister/Review)

North High activities director Jed Helwig recently admitted he wasn't sure what really happened to fix the failing overhead lights at Polar Field, but he said it certainly was a huge success.

Thu
25
Sep

Football: Mahtomedi stops Polars - Hill-Murray halts St. Tomas Cadets - Tartan falls to Sibley

The local football teams were all on the road for games Friday, Sept. 19.

North High traveled to Mahtomedi and took it on the chin 33-18, and Tartan was at Henry Sibley and lost 14-8.

Thu
18
Sep

Girls tennis: Polars blank Titans


Tartan junior Ashley Howard returns a volley in first singles action. The Titans lost 7-0 at North High Sept. 11. (Linda Baumesiter/Review)

When any North High and Tartan teams play each, there's always an added sense of anticipation and excitement about the contest.

Wed
17
Sep

Pioneers push past Raiders, Polars fall to Cadets

Play in the Metro East Conference moved into the third week of the 2014 season. The Hastings Raiders traveled to Maplewood and were overrun by the Hill-Murray Pioneers, 36-14, and St. Thomas Academy marched into North St.

Wed
10
Sep

Boys soccer: Polars rout Pioneers

Nick Gilbert records hat trick
Behind the three-goal scoring attack of captain Nick Gilbert - he also added an assist for a four-point game - the North High Polars routed rival Hill-Murray.

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