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.

 

Tue
13
Dec

RAHS wrestling off to a fast start


Ramesh Upreti

The Roseville Area High School wrestling team opened the first week of competition with a busy schedule. The Raiders wrestled seven dual matches in two days and finished 6-1.

Tue
13
Dec

RAHS senior plays in all-star event


Levi Brown

The annual high school all-star football game has a new name, date and location. This year’s version featured Roseville Area High School senior Levi Brown.

Tue
13
Dec

RAHS girls basketball off to fast start

The Roseville Area High School girls basketball team, which won more than 20 games last season, is off to a hot start to this season. The Raiders went 3-0 in the first week of the season.

Wed
07
Dec

St. Anthony middle schooler an archery wiz


Seventh grader Sawyer Sullivan has a knack for archery.

Sawyer Sullivan is a seventh grader at St. Anthony Middle School and one of his hobbies is archery. It’s a hobby that has taken him across the country to some of the most elite competitions around.

Wed
07
Dec

Some experience, some holes for Irondale boys hoops

Since suffering through a two-win season a few years ago, the Irondale High School boys basketball team has slowly increased its number of victories each season.

Wed
07
Dec

Mustangs ready for new crop to lead boys hoops team

The Mounds View High School boys basketball team enters the 2016-17 season having posted winning records the previous three seasons. Last year’s squad went 22-7 and advanced to the section final.

Wed
07
Dec

Pioneers open hockey season with expectations, victory

It took a while for the Hill-Murray boys hockey team to get its offense untracked in the season opener last week, but a big third period led to a victory over Burnsville.

Wed
07
Dec

Big step up possible for Polars girls basketball

The North High School girls basketball team won only three games a season ago but returns a solid nucleus of talented, experienced players.

Wed
07
Dec

Tartan basketball needs young players to complement veterans

The Tartan High School girls basketball team returns a solid core from last year. Among those players is a Division I-bound senior.

Wed
07
Dec

Hill-Murray basketball finds its way under new coach

After winning just six games last season and returning only one player with varsity experience, the Hill-Murray boys basketball team faces a bunch of unknowns this winter. The Pioneers are heading down that unknown road with a new coach.

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