Despite the loss of five seniors, four of whom were starters, the Concordia Academy volleyball team doesn’t consider the upcoming campaign a rebuilding season. In fact, a trip to the Xcel Energy Center remains goal No. 1.
Bruce Hashimoto enters his first season as the head coach of the Roseville Area High School girls tennis team with an inexperienced group of players. The Raiders graduated a large group of seniors off of the 2015 team.
Wins have not come in bunches for the Concordia Academy boys soccer team in recent years but 2016 could be time for that to change. The Beacons return a solid crop of players and some new additions should also contribute.
Top row, from left: Coach Mike Koch, coach Rebekah Roth, Jenna Peschel, Abbey Eichelberger, Lauren Kilvington, Amberly Langer, Jessica Kennedy, Grace Sventek, coach Jordan Pearson. Bottom row: Toni Van House, Sydney Vasquez, Lisa Nadeau, Caitlyn Teske, Hannah Peschel, Delaney Norman.
After playing nearly 70 games over the summer, the Mounds View Softball Association’s 14U team had to have been exhausted but also proud of what it accomplished.
Hill-Murray’s new $3.5 million “Mary, Queen of Victory, Stadium,” as seen from above. The school will celebrate its new stadium during homecoming week on Friday, Sept. 16.
There was a gathering at Hill-Murray High School in mid-May for an official ground-breaking ceremony for the school’s new stadium. At the time, there were numerous construction vehicles hauling and moving dirt.