It doesn’t appear that winter is going to loosen its grip on Minnesota again this week, which probably means another week of postponements for Bulletin-area sports teams. The three varsity baseball teams in the area have already missed at least a week of their schedule.
Coaches are often quoted as saying they want their teams playing their best at the end of the season. Roseville Area High School boys golf coach Ralph Sibbett is no different and has recent evidence that such a philosophy can work.
Over the last few seasons, the Roseville Area High School baseball team has made surprising runs in the section playoffs. The Raiders will try to keep that streak of long post-season stays going this year under a new head coach.
Shoreview resident Charlie Miller put together an impressive high school football career and is set to continue hitting the gridiron in college. Miller signed a letter of intent in February to play college football at Dartmouth.
St. Anthony Village High School graduate Chris Lawson has taken his distance-running acumen to college and has proven valuable to his team. Lawson recently helped his team win a conference championship.
Roseville Area High School graduates Danielle Dickson and Sam Toso have made notable contributions for their respective college track and field teams this year. Dickson and Toso both attend the College of St. Scholastica in Duluth, Minn.
Although his college team lost its first game of the NCAA tournament a few weeks ago, former Roseville Area High School standout Mike Muscala still got to play basketball at the site of the Final Four last weekend.