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St. Michael–Albertville Knights and the North Wright County River Hawks Hockey Association is proud to announce that 241 hockey players have achieved Academic Excellence for the 1st Trimester 2014. These skaters have all achieved a “B” average or higher in the older years and achieve or secure...Read More
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By Jake Schroer Crow River News Sports North Wright County recorded its second consecutive tie; a score of 2-2 in its matchup against Rogers Tuesday, Dec. 23. A rapidly-played first period ended scoreless for the River Hawks and the Royals. North Wright County’s Marina Chapman broke the scoreless ...Read More
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By Jake Schroer Crow River News Sports Jackson Greenwaldt scored 35 points, but the STMA Knights (6-2) fell to Wayzata (7-1) by a score of 61-52 on Monday, Dec. 22. Greenwaldt did not get much offensive support around him, as the rest of the Knights combined for just 17 points in the game. The Wayza...Read More
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Mitch McKee pins his way to title The St. Michael-Albertville wrestling team had an impressive showing at the Minnesota Christmas Tourney Dec. 19 and 20 annually at Rochester Community College. The tourney draws the top teams in Minnesota from all classes (AAA, AA, and A), as well as, some of the to...Read More
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The STMA Boys Swim and Dive team was recently challenged by strong competition, and showed resiliency with outstanding performances after an unexpected loss. Dec. 16 the Knights faced Elk River in the first home meet of the season. The team kept it close the entire meet, but with several athletes ou...Read More
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By Jake Schroer Crow River News Sports North Wright County’s winless streak reached five games with a 3-2 loss against St. Louis Park and a 3-3 tie against Prior Lake. Elena Basill (Sophia Noreen) gave St. Louis Park the early edge, but McKayla Peterson scored to send the game into a 1-1 tie at th...Read More
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By Jake Schroer Crow River News Sports The STMA Knights girls basketball team won its third straight game 74-45 against Wayzata. Sydney Tracy led the way with 19 points, Bobbi Brendefur had 17, and Rae Johnson had 15. STMA’s defense led the way in the opening minutes, causing several turnovers whi...Read More
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