Tartan Titans

Wed
10
Sep

Girls tennis: Tartan facing a rebuilding year

The Tartan High School girls tennis forces have already begun the season and are feeling some growing pains.
Tartan veteran coach Larry Fronczak said, “We have many new players who have not had any varsity playing experience.”

Wed
10
Sep

Football: Pioneers stop Polars, 36-18


Hill-Murray senior quarterback Sam Westby (13) stiff arms Polar defense on his way to a 3rd quarter touchdown. The Pioneers won 36-18 at North Sept. 5. (Linda Baumeister/Review)

the North High Polars play their first home game of the season against Hill-Murray under their new stadium lights. (Linda Baumeister/Review)

North High junior running back Isaiah Koran (16) eludes Hill-Murray defense until being tackled out of bounds in the first quarter. The Polars lost 36-18 to the Pioneers Sept. 5. (Linda Baumesiter/Review)

As the high school football teams wrapped up the second games of the 2014 season, the visiting Hill-Murray Pioneers took control Friday night to defeat North in a high-scoring contest.
Tartan was on the road at St. Thomas Academy, and the Cadets quickly discovered they were able to march right through the Titans’ defense.

Wed
27
Aug

Football: Tartan facing a rebuilding year

A year ago the Tartan Titans finished the season at 6-1 in conference play and were 6-3 overall. 

Wed
27
Aug

Girls soccer: Strong defense and experience should help Titans this season

The Tartan Titans saw steady improvement as the girls soccer season progressed in 2013. 

This year the Titans are hoping to improve on last season's overall mark of 6-8-4, and 2-6-3 in conference play. 

Wed
25
Jun

Veteran Tartan wrestling volunteer stepping down


Veteran Tartan High School wrestling team volunteer Steve Jackson with his son Chris at the youth state wrestling tournament after Chris’ medal match. (submitted photo)

Steve Jackson has been a Tartan High School volunteer of Tartan wrestling for the past 24 years.

After the season last spring, he decided it was time to step away from the game.

Thu
05
Jun

Baseball: Stillwater ends Tartan baseball season

The Tartan Titans met the Stillwater Ponies in semifinal action of the Section 4AAA baseball playoffs May 29 at Municipal Stadium in St. Paul.

Wed
04
Jun

Notes: Some tidbits worth noting

Notable News — Congratulations are in order

Thu
29
May

Tartan’s Hanson throws shutout in 6-0 victory over NSP - photo


Linda Baumeister/Review

Tartan senior Tommy Hanson (19) pitched a shut out game, including 13 strikeouts, in Section 4AAA playoffs at Hill-Murray. The Titans won  6-0 May 22.

Wed
14
May

Titans pop Pioneers as Winter goes the distance and K’s 10


Hill-Muray short stop Zach Mills (10) relays the ball after getting the force out at second base. The Pioneers had the lead after 6 innings at home against Sibley May 5. (Linda Baumeister/Review)

The Hill-Murray Pioneers hosted the Tartan Titans in the cool, breezy, overcast weather of May 7, in a Classic Suburban Conference baseball game.
On the mound for the Titans was Eric Winter. The senior hurler went the distance  and on a couple of occasions pitched his way out of two or three difficult situations.

Thu
08
May

Girls’ lacrosse: Tartan defeats visiting Rochester in ‘wild’ match

The Rochester Century Panthers were shorthanded going into the Saturday, May 3, girls lacrosse match against the Titans of Tartan.
After their 9-7 road loss to the scrappy Titans, Century head coach told his players, “You did a nice job today. I’m proud of you. ... Our defense really stepped up and did well.”

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