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Wed
05
Feb

Tartan-Mahtomedi basketball - photo

Linda Baumeister/Review
Tartan senior forward Thomas Hanson (22) drives to the basket defended by a swarm of Mahtomedi players. Hanson added 11 points to the Titans’ 56-42 win at home Jan. 31.

Wed
05
Feb

Boys basketball: Titan first-half flurry stops Pioneers

The Hill-Murray Pioneers traveled to Tartan Jan. 29 for a Classic Suburban Conference boys basketball confrontation and ended up on the bottom side of an 85-70 final tally.
From the stands, it may have appeared there were two different teams playing two different games. The first half belonged to Tartan and the second half to the Pioneers, as they came back and outscored the Titans by 11. But for the Pioneers it was not enough to overcome Tartan’s domination in the first 18 minutes.

Wed
05
Feb

Boys hockey: Mustangs gallop past Titans

The Mounds View Mustangs came to Tartan Jan. 30 for a makeup boys’ hockey clash. In a rare afternoon start, the Mustangs rode home with a 3-2 victory.
It was a sweet success for Mounds View head coach Rick Thomas, who is rebuilding the team this year.

Wed
05
Feb

Girls basketball: Pioneers upend feisty Packers

The South St. Paul Packers girls basketball forces headed to Hill-Murray Jan. 31 for a Classic Suburban Conference contest.
The Packers fought hard to the very end, but it wasn’t enough to overcome a determined Hill-Murray offense and a more stubborn defense.
The final result was a 55-32 CSC victory with Hill-Murray on the top side of the score.

Wed
05
Feb

Mustangs looking to add to championship haul

A year ago, the Mounds View High School girls hockey team won its first Suburban East Conference championship but that’s where the title trophy collection stopped. The Mustangs advanced to the section final last year but came up short in its quest for the section crown.
A year later, Mounds View finds itself in a similar position. The Mustangs wrapped up its second consecutive conference title last weekend and are now prepping for the post-season.

Wed
05
Feb
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Section 5AA girls hockey playoffs

Irondale, Mounds View, Spring Lake Park/St. Anthony Village set for Section 5AA girls hockey playoffs

Tue
04
Feb

Raiders enter post-season with momentum

For the past four years, the Section 4AA girls hockey championship has come down to Roseville Area High School and Hill-Murray High School. That streak will end this year.
The seedings for this year’s section tournament were released on Sunday and Roseville ended up as the fourth seed while Hill-Murray got the No. 1 spot. That means that if the two squads do square off in the post-season this year, it will be in the semifinals.

Tue
04
Feb

Former Raiders earn academic honors

A pair of Roseville Area High School graduates was recently honored for their athletic and academic prowess by their respective collegiate conferences.
Kristina Poss and Sam Toso were named academic all-conference for the fall season. Poss is a senior cross country runner at St. Catherine University in St. Paul and Toso is a sophomore on the men’s cross country team at the College of St. Scholastica in Duluth.

Tue
04
Feb

Roseville girls second in SEC Nordic meet

The state rankings held true to form at last week’s Suburban East Conference Nordic ski racing championship meet. Roseville’s girls team entered the meet ranked as the second-best team in the conference and that’s how the final results played out last week.
Roseville was ranked among the group of teams just outside of the top five while Stillwater was ranked No. 2. The Raiders wound up just behind the Ponies when the final scores were tallied at the conference meet.
Stillwater won the conference team title with 472 points while Roseville was second with 442 points.

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