Rams cap season at state tournament

The Mounds View/Irondale/Roseville adapted soccer teams recently closed out their seasons with appearances in the state tournament.The CI and PI teams played in the tournament Nov. 15-16 at Stillwater Area High School. The CI team went 1-2 and finished sixth while the PI team lost both of its games and tied for seventh.


Century College’s men’s soccer team heads to NJCAA national tournament  

Front Row (from left to right): Zach Wilmes, He Moo, Simer Sho, Somba Yang, Saul Montealegre, Sayefu Tilmo Second Row: Assistant Coach Edmond Dinyuy, Nhia Lee, Choua Xiong, Sam Rasmussen, David Villani, Anthony Mendez, Jorge Gonzalez, Codie Gordon, Su Aye Third Row: Kyle O’Connor, Alex Moua, Shade Prasta, Marcus Wangen, Jordan Gollner, Cody Newton Fourth Row: Christian Espitia, Ryan Flynn, Luke McCallum (submitted photo)

A thrilling goal in the 90th minute by Australia native Ryan Flynn moved the Century College men’s soccer team past Joliet Junior College (IL) on Saturday, Nov. 2, 1-0. The District C Championship victory sends the Century College team to the NJCAA National Tournament in Herkimer, New York for the first time in school history.


Power shot

Linda Baumeister/Review

Tartan senior Kennidi Schultz (28) pounds one over the net in Section 4AAA action. The Titans defeated White Bear Lake 25-19, 25-17, 25-22 at home Oct. 22.


Having a ball - photos

North/Tartan adapted soccer goalie junior Arthur Crandall makes one of many saves during home action Oct. 30. North/Tartan lost 6-3 to Chaska/Chanhassen/Prior Lake/Shakopee. The goal is 12 feet long and 4 feet high and the ball was played off the gym walls.

photos by Linda Baumeister/Review


Mounds View sophomore earns honor

Although her team lost in the first round, Mounds View High School sophomore Mariah Northrop earned a spot on the Class AA all-tournament team that was announced last week.


Boys soccer: North High boys soccer team tops in the state

North High goalie senior Tommy Molski, credited with 4 saves, goes up for a save during State Class AA action at the Metrodome Oct. 28. (photos by Linda Baumeister/Review)

The celebration was loud, long and real. And the gathered North High fans at the Metrodome Oct. 31 were not celebrating anything that had to do with Halloween.
The exuberant fans were cheering their heroes who were assembled in front of them to collect their gold medals after just winning the Minnesota Boys State Class AA Soccer Tournament.
It was an exciting finish to an exciting game and an exciting season for the Polars.


Boys soccer: Hill-Murray gains second-place trophy in Boys Class A state tourney

Double teamed, Hill-Murray senior midfielder Shae Bottum (19) gets to the ball during the Class A State semifinal. The #3 ranked Hill-Murray beat the #2 ranked Waconia in a 1-0 win. (photos by Linda Baumeister/Review)

The dreams of Hill-Murray High School owning a boys state soccer title were left on the turf of the Metrodome Oct. 31, as the St. Paul Como Park Cougars clawed their way to a hard-fought, 2-1 triumph over the Pioneers.
The teams fought through the first 40 minutes of action with neither able to solve the other’s defensive efforts.


Girls’ soccer

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The Orange Crushers of the Oakdale Athletic Association U10 Girls’ Soccer League completed an undefeated year, winning both the regular season and league tournament.


Boys Soccer: Polars hand Prairie Seeds their first state tournament loss

On a chilly night at Chisago Lakes High School, the North High Polars took on Prairie Seeds Academy of Brooklyn Park in the opening round of the Class AA Minnesota State High School Boy’ Soccer touranment
Coming into the contest, the Prairie Seeds Academy Lycans—champions of Section 5AA—were undefeated with a record of 14-0-0. The Polars, the Section 4AA champions, entered the tournament with a mark of 17-1-1.


Soccer scenes

Tartan, ranked eighth, and North, ranked first, met in the Section 4AA playoffs, a 3-0 Polar win Oct. 8. (photos by Linda Baumeister/Review)


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