Review Area Sports

Tartan High School Titans Sports, North St. Paul Polars Sports, Hill-Murry High School Pioneers Sports

Wed
19
Jun

Legion baseball: 39ers open season with a loss to Purple Hawks

The opening of District IV American Legion baseball for both the North St. Paul Post 39 39ers and the Hamline Post 418 Purple Hawks was a tight, no-hit affair until just past the mid-mark of the seven inning.
Eli Wright of the Purple Hawks and Sam Shipstad of the 39ers were locked in a pitchers’ duel in which neither team had a hit, or a run, until the fifth inning at the Cretin-Derham Hall field June 10.

Wed
05
Jun

Softball: North and Hill-Murray ousted in Section 4AAA play

In high school semifinal action May 29 at McKnight Fields in North St. Paul, the four top-seeded softball teams were still competing in the section tournament.
Two of the teams advanced to the finals and two ended their seasons with losses in double-elimination action.
The four teams were Stillwater (seeded 1st), North (2nd), East Ridge (3rd) and Hill-Murray (4th).
At the end of the day only two -- Stillwater and East Ridge -- remained.

Wed
05
Jun

Staars Banquet was a winner... once more

In a meeting May 15 at the North St. Paul Community Center, the activities directors of the nine-member Classic Suburban Conference voted unanimously to say "goodbye" to the conference at the end of the 2013-14 school year.
The Classic Suburban Conference has been in existence since the start of the 2000-01 athletic season. It is comprised of seven public schools and two private schools in the east metro area.
In the first motion of the meeting, Simley AD Will Short made the motion to dissolve the conference. North High AD Jed Helwig seconded the motion.It was May 22 and time once again for School District 622 to take pride and demonstrate all the right things about public education.
The 622 Education Foundation’s 16th annual banquet was held at the Prom Banquet Center in Oakdale. There were upwards of 500 people in attendance.

Wed
05
Jun

Baseball: Hill-Murray derailed in Section 4AAA playoffs

In a high school baseball game that could have gone either way May 28, Roseville and Hill-Murray went into the 10th inning before the Raiders finally scored two runs and moved into the “winners bracket” of sectional play.
Both teams had chances to win the game, which included some timely hitting and several mental errors on the base paths.

Wed
05
Jun

Tartan boys basketball camp dates scheduled

A series of boys basketball sessions, begun last year and enjoyed enough to repeat, will be held for kids about to enter grades fifth through eighth this coming fall in School District 622.

Wed
05
Jun

Tartan football star receives special recognition

Tartan football player Dustin Meyers-Rost, a graduating senior who played a vital roll in the success of the Titans’ 2012 season, was recently selected to play in the Minnesota High School All-Star Football Classic.

Wed
29
May

Baseball: Polars run past Raiders 

In a game utilized by both the North Polars and the Roseville Raiders — May 21, at Kuenkel Field — as a warmup for the upcoming Section 4AAA playoffs, the Polars stopped the Raiders by a  count of 8-2. 
“We hit the ball well. We had some timely hits for a change,” offered North head coach Ron Adams. “It was a good test for us. I thought we played well. I think we had an errorless game in the field. It was also good to see that we had some good, two-out hits. Especially (Josh) Marlowe who was seeing the ball well today.” 

Thu
23
May

Tartan hosts summer boys’ basketball camp 

The highly successful Tartan boys’ basketball program is looking to the future.

Thu
23
May

On the run


(Linda Baumeister/Review)

North High junior shortstop Adam Hildebrandt (7) and Jake Dick (2) are in on a double play as Hill-Murray senior Luc Henke (2) runs towards second. The Pioneers won 3-2 after the Polars took the first game 9-6  at Kuenkel Field May 14.

Wed
22
May

Softball: Polars rebound with pair of wins over Packers

It was a doubleheader May 15 against the South St. Paul Packers, but the suspense didn’t last long, as the North Polars put the first game on ice when they scored five runs in the last minutes of the first inning. 

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