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BY DAVE PEDERSEN CROW RIVER NEWS Losing the top pitchers to graduation was a concern for new Rockford baseball coach Tyler Maher and he was right. The Rockets opened the season by losing to Fridley 11-1 last week and falling to Maple Lake 12-0 Monday. Rockford managed five total hits in the two game...Read More
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Maddy Kuras is first in program to get Div. I scholarship by Bob San SUN PRESS Newspapers Maddy Kuras became the first player in the Osseo/Park Center girls’ lacrosse program to earn a Div. I scholarship when she signed a letter of intent to attend the University of Vermont this winter. For Kuras,...Read More
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by Bob San SUN PRESS Newspapers A veteran and talented Osseo/Park Center boys’ lacrosse team is looking to compete for some hardware this spring. “I feel very good about this year’s team,” OPC coach Darren Nelson said. “For the past couple of seasons we’ve been making strides to become a...Read More
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by Bob San SUN PRESS Newspapers Rey Kurpiers is the new head coach for the Dist. 279 synchronized swimming team but she is no stranger to the program. The Gators is a combined team for swimmers from all three high schools in the district. This year all the girls are from Osseo and Maple Grove [...]...Read More
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by Bob San SUN PRESS Newspapers With a mixture of veterans and newcomers, the Osseo girls’ golf team is looking to be more competitive during the 2015 season. “We don’t have that superstar, but of the girls on varsity any of them can throw up a decent number, so we don’t have to rely on [......Read More
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by Bob San SUN PRESS Newspapers Anchored by three returning all-conference performers, the Maple Grove boys’ golf team is looking to finish near the top of the conference this spring. The Crimson welcome back letterwinners from last season in senior captains Pierce Lanou and Parker Hill and junior...Read More
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A Minnesota community has earned a spot among the top 10 to become Kraft’s first-ever Hockeyille USA. St. Michael-Albertville, which plays its youth hockey at the STMA Arena in Albertville, has already earned $20,000 in arena upgrades via Kraft’s Hockeyville contest, and could win $150,000 more,...Read More
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