Tartan junior center Ben Engwer (26) and sophomore wing CJ Acker (23) take shots on goal in first period action against Henry Sibley. Engwer, 3 goals and an assist, helped lead the Titans to a 5-0 win at home Dec. 13. (Linda Baumeister/Review)
Behind the shutout goaltending of Tartan’s Michael Hughes, the Titans made a first-period goal stand up for a boys hockey win against South St. Paul to open Metro East Conference action.
Hill-Murray sophomore forward Lindsey Featherstone (9) and junior forward Jac Kaasa move in on Tartan junior goalie Madeline Campbell in first period action. Campbell tallied 46 saves in the Pioneers 2-0 win at Aldrich Arena Dec. 2. (*Linda Baumeister/Review)
In a hard-fought girls hockey contest Tuesday, Dec. 2 at Aldrich Arena, the Hill-Murray Pioneers outlasted the Tartan Titans by a count of 2-0.
It was the opening game of Metro East Conference action for both teams.
Madeline Campbell posts shutout
When the final ice chip fell to the surface Tuesday, Nov. 25 at Tartan Arena, the Tartan High School girls hockey team owned a 3-0 win over the Shakopee Sabers.
The win pushed the Titans’ record to 4-2 overall, and 1-0 in the Metro East Conference.
Tartan sophomore Karly Bihner (16) sends the ball over the net during Section 4AAA home action. The Titans defeated Minneapolis South 25-4, 25-12, 25-13 in the opening round Oct. 21. (Linda Baumeister/Review)
The Tartan Titans, seeded fifth in the Section 4AAA volleyball playoffs, hosted the 12th-seeded Minneapolis South Tigers Tuesday, Oct. 21 at Tartan High School.
North, Tartan bumped from playoffs
The Johnson Governors watched Pioneers Marshawn Wilson and Sam Westby put on a two-man show that ended with Hill-Murray gaining a 54-34 triumph Saturday, Oct. 25.
The win propelled the No. 2-seed Pioneers into the finals of the Section 4AAAA football playoffs, where they will face the South St. Paul Packers at 7 p.m., Oct 31 at South St. Paul.