The North High boys soccer team took another step last week toward earning a trip to the state Class AA tournament.
The Polars took on the Cretin-Derham Hall Raiders in the semifinals of section play Oct. 10 and finished on top, 3-1.
The regular football season wrapped up Oct. 16 with the North Polars traveling to Titanville and dropping a 40-21 decision to archrival Tartan.
The Hill-Murray Pioneers ended the season on a winning note by running away from Richfield to the tune of a 48-7 romp.
North High senior midfielder and captain Adolfo Barrera-Gonzalez (10) chases down the ball during the Section 4AA Championship at home Oct. 15. The Polars won 4-2 over East Ridge. (Linda Baumeister/Review)
The No. 1-seeded North High boys soccer team faced the East Ridge Raptors (third seed) Oct. 15 in the Section 4AA championship game at North Field.
A year ago, it was East Ridge of Woodbury that abruptly ended the North season after posting a record of 16-0 heading into the semifinal playoff action.
Tartan junior Kayla Morris (6) spikes the ball over the net as North High’s Holly Ellwanger (2) goes up to block. The Polars won 25-14, 25-20, 25-16 at home Oct. 9. (Linda Baumeister/Review)
The Tartan Titans found it difficult to put together a concerted effort on the volleyball floor two nights in a row.
The day before the Titans nearly knocked off highly touted, league-leading Hill-Murray from the unbeaten ranks.
The Hill-Murray Pioneers volleyball forces traveled to Oakdale Oct. 8 to face the Tartan Titans in a key Classic Suburban Conference contest.
What the Pioneers - 8-0 in the CSC and 17-4 overall - didn’t expect was an ambush by the Titans - 6-2 CSC and 11-10.
It hadn’t snowed in months but that didn’t stop the storied St. Paul Ski Club from hosting its annual Hall of Fame induction ceremonies Sept. 14.
It was a festive affair at the North St. Paul American Legion hall, and three new members joined the ranks of those enshrined in the club, which traces its beginning back to 1885.
The Hill-Murray Pioneers scored first and last in the Classic Suburban Conference game Oct. 11 at Mahtomedi.
In between those two scores, the Mahtomedi Zephyrs put 26 points up on the scoreboard and outscored the Pioneers by 21 points for a 36-15 win.