The high school boys soccer match between North and St. Thomas Academy on Oct. 6 was expected to be high drama as the two teams appeared destined to meet with the Metro East Conference championship on the line.
As a freshman, Barnabas Preble was the No. 2 runner on the Concordia Academy boys cross country team in 2015. The top Beacon from last year was a senior and Preble has stepped into the No. 1 spot this season as a sophomore.
The post-season for high school soccer has arrived and the teams from Roseville Area High School and Concordia Academy are in playoff action this week. Here’s a look at where each team stands heading into the playoffs.
The Irondale High School boys soccer team entered the 2016 season having won just three games over the previous two years. Following a 0-5 start, it looked like it was going to be more of the same this season but then something changed.
At the beginning of the season, the final Suburban East Conference match for the Mounds View High School girls tennis team looked to be important. The Mustangs were scheduled to take on defending conference champion Woodbury on Sept.
The volleyball teams from Irondale and Mounds View spent most of the first day of October in a gym competing in tournaments. While they missed out on some spectacular Minnesota fall weather, it was worth it in the end.
The season might be different but the script continues to look the same for the Mounds View High School football team. Through the first five weeks of the season, the Mustangs have matched game-for-game the results of 2015.