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The Maple Grove Crimson showed why they are picked the second-ranked softball team in pre-season polls when they opened the 2014 season with three wins last week. Maple Grove traveled to Park Center on April 10 and came away with a 6-0 win. Senior catcher Jordan Mauch went two for three and drove in two [...]

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The Osseo softball team opened the 2014 season with two wins last week. The Orioles defeated visiting Coon Rapids 5-2 April 14. Senior catcher Ashley Sis highlighted Osseo’s three-run third inning when she blasted a two-run homer to put Osseo up 3-0. Junior pitcher Courtney Calkins had a solid outing scattering seven hits and tallying [...]

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Lack of offensive punch has led to an 0-3 start for the Maple Grove baseball team. The Crimson managed to score just two runs as they lost to Park Center 4-1, to Anoka 2-1 and to Champlin Park 8-0. “It is frustrating right now as we are struggling at the plate,” said Crimson coach Darby [...]

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Three Osseo High School athletes signed national letters of intent to continue their athletic careers in college April 18. Pictured are ( left to right): Isaac Lessard, Alderson Broaddus University in West Virginia (men’s lacrosse), Madi Malone Tusculum College in Greenville, Tennessee, (women’s lacrosse), Jonathan Ludwig-Rudolph, Minnesota State University-Mankato (baseball). (Photo by Rich Moll – [...]

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A Maple Grove Senior High had a student sign Wednesday, April 16. Zach Adkins, a varsity tennis player at MGSH, signed to play at Augustana College.

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By Matthew Davis Contributing Writer   Champlin Park’s Mariya Sampson will represent the school as their Athena Award winner at the Minneapolis Banquet on May 2. The annual award goes out to the top female senior athlete in each participating school. Sampson had been a key player on several teams as a three-sport athlete with [...]

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By Matthew Davis Contributing Writer   Champlin Park’s boys tennis looks similar to last year’s and that bodes well in a tough conference. “We return eight of ten players and should be an experienced team that plays with confidence,” Rebels coach Brian Larson said. “Last year we won every 4-3 match.” In 2013, the Rebels [...]

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