Brian Meyers

Sports writer for the Review and Bulletin newspapers.  Brian Meyers can be reached at bmeyers@lillienews.com  Check out Brian's Sports Notebook for more sports coverage.

 

Sat
25
May
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Roseville takes down No. 1 seed

The Roseville Area High School baseball team remained unbeaten in section playoff action with a victory over top-seeded Tartan on Saturday.

Fri
24
May

Baseball playoffs in full swing

No matter how bad the weather was earlier this spring, it is mostly forgotten now that the high school baseball playoffs are upon us. For the teams that continue to advance, the next couple of weeks can be a whirlwind.
Here’s a look at where the Roseville-area teams stand.

Wed
22
May

Area tennis teams vying for state berths

Berths in the state tennis tournament are on the line this week for all three Bulletin-area high school boys tennis teams.

Wed
22
May

Irondale, St. Anthony advance in softball playoffs

The fastpitch softball teams from Irondale High School and St. Anthony Village High School had success in their respective section tournaments on Tuesday. Both squads remained unbeaten in the post-season and are in action again on Thursday.

Tue
21
May

Huskies chip in for championship

The Spring Lake Park/St. Anthony Village boys track and field team claimed its four consecutive North Suburban Conference championship last Thursday. A number of St. Anthony students helped the team earn points toward that title.
Five different athletes from St. Anthony won individual events at the meet held at St. Francis High School.

Tue
21
May

Back and fourth at true team state

The boys and girls track and field teams from Mounds View High School competed in the Class AAA state true-team meet on Friday and came home with identical fourth-place finishes. It was the first time both Mustang squads captured the same the place at true team state since finishing as runners-up in 2008.

Tue
21
May

Mounds View alum earns college honor

Former Mounds View High School softball standout Taylor Daas’ play this season helped her college team reach the national tournament and she was rewarded for her efforts. Earlier this month, Daas was named first-team all-conference.
Daas, a sophomore shortstop at Morningside College in Sioux City, Iowa, was one of four Morningside players named to the all-Great Plains Athletic Conference first team. The Mustangs played in the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics national tournament last week.

Wed
15
May

Knights, Panthers sets sights on conference meet

The track and field teams from Irondale High School and Spring Lake Park/St. Anthony Village were unable to advance to the state true-team meet but they still have plenty to compete for this week. All four squads will compete on Tuesday and Thursday for the North Suburban Conference championships.

Tue
14
May

True team state not in the cards for Raiders

Second place isn’t good enough to win a section title but sometimes it will get you to the state true-team track meet. Unfortunately for the Roseville Area High School track and field teams, that wasn’t the case this year.

Tue
14
May

Former Raider headed to NCAAs

If playing in the NCAA baseball tournament was a consideration when making his choice of which college to attend, Austin Colvard was covered either way. He decided on the College of St. Scholastica in Duluth and that turned out to be a good decision.

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