The North High School football team is back home this week after starting the season against perennial powers. The Polars welcome Tartan to Polar Field on Sept. 16 at 7 p.m.
The North High School girls cross country team has 17 girls on the roster this fall and among them is a group of experienced runners hoping to improve on last season.
With week one in the books, the Review area high school football teams have an idea of what works and what needs to be worked on more.
Playoff victories have not come easily for the North High School girls soccer team in recent years. The Polars have been one-and-done in the post-season in each of the past seven seasons.
North is out to change that this fall.
The strength of a football team is often measured by what it has on the offensive and defensive lines. That bodes well for the North High Polars this fall.
The 2015 North High School boys soccer team appeared poised for a trip to the state tournament. The Polars lost just twice in the regular season but were tripped up in the section final.
Compared to some of the competition, the North High School boys cross country team is running a little low on athletes. That doesn’t worry head coach Dave Terry, however.
The calendar might say August but autumn is on the minds of plenty of people this week, especially anyone associated with high school sports.
North St. Paul 39er Nicolas Keenan (10) slides in safely on a steal during 3rd inning action. The 39ers won 5-4 at home against Rosetown June 21.
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