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Wed
14
Oct

North’s winning streak stretches to six after beating Park

Hill-Murray junior Jake Ogren (3) carries the ball in first quarter action against South St. Paul. The Pioneers lost to the Packers 35-0 at home Oct. 9. (Linda Baumeister/Review)
Hill-Murray junior Jake Ogren (3) carries the ball in first quarter action against South St. Paul. The Pioneers lost to the Packers 35-0 at home Oct. 9. (Linda Baumeister/Review)

Tartan and Hill-Murray drop Metro Red games

The final whistles were blown on the 2015 football regular season Friday, Oct. 9.

Sun
11
Oct

Autumn soccer

Henry Sibley senior Brandon Lemus takes the ball away from a Hill-Murray forward. The Pioneers, however, went on to win 3-1 on their home turf Sept. 29. (Linda Baumeister/Review)

 

 

Wed
07
Oct

In battle of conference unbeatens, Hill-Murray triumphs over North

What was predictably expected to be a tight volleyball match between North and Hill-Murray Thursday, Sept. 29, turned into a three-game rout by the Pioneers

Wed
07
Oct

North Polars win fifth straight

Tartan senior Benjamin Engwer (18) carries on a pass completion in first quarter action against St. Thomas Academy. The Titans lost 39-8 at home Oct. 2. (Linda Baumeister/Review)
Tartan senior Benjamin Engwer (18) carries on a pass completion in first quarter action against St. Thomas Academy. The Titans lost 39-8 at home Oct. 2. (Linda Baumeister/Review)

Tartan and Hill-Murray drop Metro Red games
The 2015 football season is rapidly drawing to a close as area teams played the seventh of eight regularly scheduled games Friday, Oct. 2.
The North High Polars are having their best season in years as they closed down a tough Hastings team by a score of 34-28.
St. Thomas Academy, meanwhile, outscored the Tartan Titans 39-8, and Hill-Murray lost a 56-44 shootout with the Simley Spartans.

Wed
30
Sep

Harmonizing a Homecoming win

Friday night football was homecoming this week for the Polars. The Polars won their homecoming 14-9 Sept. 25. (Linda Baumeister photos/Review)
 

Wed
30
Sep

North creates problems for Tartan shotmakers

It was a clash of School District rivals on Tuesday, Sept. 22, at the Tartan tennis courts. In the end, the North High Polars were on top, 5-2, to gain their first Metro East Conference win of the girls tennis season.

Wed
30
Sep

Polars upend Titans in three straight

On Sept. 22, the North Polars brought their talented volleyball squad to Tartan for a match with their School District 622 archrivals. 

The Polars jumped off to a quick start and won three straight games.

Wed
30
Sep

North homecoming crowd jubilant after win over Mahtomedi

North High’s Isaiah Koran (16) carries for a gain in the first half against Mahtomedi. The Polars won their homecoming 14-9 Sept. 25. (Linda Baumeister/Review)
North High’s Isaiah Koran (16) carries for a gain in the first half against Mahtomedi. The Polars won their homecoming 14-9 Sept. 25. (Linda Baumeister/Review)

North 14 - Mahtomedi 9

Before a jam-packed homecoming crowd, the North High Polars took the field against the powerful Mahtomedi Zephyrs Friday, Sept. 25.

Wed
23
Sep

Pioneers squeak by Titans, 2-1

Nathan Donatell was 'thorn' in Tartan's side

In a tight game between rivals, the Hill-Murray boys soccer team scored twice and that was all it needed for a 2-1 win over Tartan Tuesday, Sept 15.
The victory moved the Pioneers to 3-1-1 overall and to 1-1 in the Metro East Conference. The loss dropped the Titans to 3-4, 1-1.

Wed
23
Sep

North puts damper on Hill-Murray’s Homecoming

Tartan falls to Simley

North 9 - Hill-Murray 0

Rain that didn't let up made for a soggy Homecoming for the Hill-Murray players, students and alumni Friday, Sept. 18.
And the outcome of the game — a 9-0 loss to rival North High — certainly didn't improve matters for the Pioneers as they plowed their way through the mud for four quarters.

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