Sports

Tue
05
Nov

RAHS girls cross country seventh at state


Senior Caroline Brisbois

Competing in its fifth consecutive state meet, the Roseville Area High School girls cross country team finished in the top half of the standings for the third straight time.
The Raiders would up seventh in the team standings in the Class AA state meet at St. Olaf College in Northfield on Saturday. They have finished eighth or better out of 16 teams three straight times and in four of the last five state meets.

Tue
05
Nov

Raiders not satisfied with just getting there

Chris Simdorn's main message to his team last Friday night was less congratulatory and more about preparation. He was clearly happy for his team but also wanted them to know that there was still more to accomplish.

Mon
04
Nov

St. Thomas running backs dominate playoff game with Tartan


Linda Baumeister/Review

Odds of 3-to-1 are never good when they’re not in your favor.
Such was the case for the Tartan Titans Saturday, Oct. 26, when the St. Thomas Academy Cadets came to Oakdale for a football confrontation in Section 5AAAAA.
St. Thomas utilized three running backs against the Titans’ ace Keenen Bellaphant and came out on top of a 35-14 win.

Mon
04
Nov

Football: Hill-Murray downs Johnson, 42-22, to advance in playoffs


Johnson junior quarterback Javaughn Elizay (7) hands off to sophomore running back Kejuon Burton (4) during Section 4AAAA semifinal action. Johnson lost to Hill-Murray 42-22 at Harding Oct. 26. (Linda Baumeister/Review)

Almost before the sparse number of spectators had settled into their seats and wrapped their blankets around their shoulders at Bakken Field on the Harding High School campus, the Hill-Murray Pioneers had built a lead they would not surrender in the Section 4, Class AAAA football playoff game with the Johnson Governors on Saturday, Oct. 26.
After the 20-point triumph, Hill-Murray first-year head coach Tony Danna said, “When you score that many points at the beginning of a game, you put the other team in a tough situation.

Fri
01
Nov

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.

Fri
01
Nov

Volleyball: Hill-Murray advances in section playoffs

St. Paul Central visited Hill-Murray High School Friday, Oct. 25, for a Section 4AA quarterfinal volleyball match, and like Washington Technical Magnet School before them, the Minutemen fell victims to the versatile Hill-Murray attack.
The Pioneers launched a methodically varied offense and combined that with a defense that the Central girls found nearly impossible to penetrate.
As a result, the Minutemen fell 3-0.

Fri
01
Nov

Football: Hill-Murray advances in playoffs


Hill-Murray junior Marshawn Wilson stretches towards the goal line, one of two touchdowns, as Johnson defenders DeMarko Venton (32) and Todd Wyberila (3) are in on the down. The Pioneers won 42-22 in the Section 4AAAA semifinal held at Harding Oct. 26. (Linda Baumeister/Review)

In section football playoffs, Hill-Murray met Johnson at Bakken Field on the campus of Harding High School Oct. 26 and dashed the Governors’ hopes of further play this season with a 42-22 triumph.
In other playoff action, the Tartan Titans hosted St. Thomas Academy and fell to their Classic Suburban Conference (CSC) opponents by 35-14.

Fri
01
Nov

On their way


Linda Baumeister/Review

Tartan senior Dion Wallisch (20) wrestled St. Thomas Academy Carter Vanasek (23) out of bounds during Section 5AAAAA semifinal action. The Titans lost 35-14 at home Oct. 26

Thu
31
Oct
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Roseville volleyball headed back to state

With its three-set victory on Thursday, the RAHS volleyball clinched a spot in next week's Class AAA state tournament.

Wed
30
Oct

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.

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