Two years ago the Mounds View High School girls soccer team completed an undefeated regular season and advanced to the state tournament. That team was unbelievably stingy defensively as it surrendered only seven goals in 19 games.
The Mounds View High School football team is nothing if not consistent this fall. Through five games, the Mustangs are averaging 24.6 points per game and their point total has been in the 20s each time.
The "Most Pitiable Job of the Week" award should go to whoever is in charge of washing high school football uniforms this week — especially those whose teams wears white pants and any non-black jerseys.
In their first meet of the 2015 season the North High boys cross country runners outraced their competition in the Carlyle Sherstad Invitational held Aug. 27 in Grantsburg, Wisconsin, and gained an exciting team victory.
Hill-Murray junior midfielder Ella French (10) and North High senior defender Hannah Pedersen (14) tangle over the ball in first half action. The Pioneers won 4-0 at home Sept. 10. (Linda Baumeister/Review)
On a penalty kick, the North High Polars were thwarted by Hill-Murray goalie Emma Sloot, whose diving save prevented the ball from going into the net just 6:47 into the girls soccer contest Sept. 10 at Hill-Murray.