The Irondale High School boys tennis team has plenty of familiar faces in its lineup this spring and that has head coach Mike Walseth feeling good. A slew of returning letterwinners give the Knights as experienced a roster as they’ve seen in a while.
The North Polars played their second softball game of the season in the new West St. Paul Dome and had similar results to the contest the day before.
April 1, the Polars hung a 6-0 shutout on the Mahtomedi Zephyrs. April 2, against the Sibley Warriors, it took just 5 innings for North to paste an 11-1 score up on the board as they pushed their early season mark to 2-0.
Several returning runners should improve North High’s chances of winning its third straight Classic Suburban Conference championship in girls track and field this spring.
North girls track and field coach Dan Cahill recently said he had high expectations for several experienced athletes.
It doesn’t appear that winter is going to loosen its grip on Minnesota again this week, which probably means another week of postponements for Bulletin-area sports teams. The three varsity baseball teams in the area have already missed at least a week of their schedule.