North High senior point guard Termaine Daniels (2) hustles to bring the ball up court during home action against South St. Paul. The Polars won 75-36 Dec. 15. (Linda Baumeister/Review)
For many, the week between Christmas and New Year's Day means returning to work, returning unwanted gifts or maybe returning to that diet that got away from them for a few days around the winter holidays.
After suffering through a number of years with low numbers, the North High School wrestling program came up with a plan to boost those numbers. The results of that plan should begin to show up this season.
When official practices began in late November, the Roseville Area High School wrestling team received a pleasant surprise. The number of kids that came out for the team this year is up, bolstered by a large group of first-time wrestlers.
Four Roseville Area High School grapplers closed out their season by competing in the state tournament last week at Xcel Energy Center in St. Paul. Two Raiders lasted four rounds, one went three and the other finished 0-1.
All three Bulletin-area high schools have wrestlers taking part in the Section 5AAA individual tournament on Saturday at Osseo High School. The participants will be trying to qualify for the state tournament.