Of the 21 state berths up for grabs at the Section 4AA gymnastics meet on Feb. 13, the team from Roseville Area High School nabbed 16 of them. The Raiders entered the meet ranked No. 1 in the state in Class AA and showed why.
In most years, the Section 4AA boys hockey playoffs features everyone else trying to figure out how to get past Hill-Murray or White Bear Lake. It’s a bit different this season, however, as there is a new team to beat.
Tears are expected when a team sees its season end one game short of the state tournament but some of the tears shed in the Mounds Vie w High School girls hockey team’s locker room following its section-final loss on Feb.
Hill Murray’s No. 6, Jac Kaasa, scoring one her goals on her way to a hat trick Feb. 9 in the Section 4AA semifinal game against Stillwater in which the Pioneers drubbed the Ponies, 8-1. (Linda Baumeister/Review)
Hill-Murray girls hockey head coach Bill Schafhauser had a look of relief on his face following his team’s game in the Section 4AA final on Feb. 11.
Expect a packed gym at Tartan High School on Feb. 16 when the Titans’ boys basketball team hosts North for an 8 p.m. game. There’s the usual district rivalry but this season something else is also on the line.
For the first time in more than 10 years, the Roseville Area High School girls hockey team saw its season come to an end after only one post-season game. When the Raiders fell in the Section 4AA quarterfinals on Feb.