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By Bob San Sun press Newspapers Erica Hicks fit right in at Centennial for the Champlin Park Rebels girls basketball team, but not in the way the Cougars would like. Hicks, a 5-5 Rebels ninth-grade guard, came up big against Centennial’s team of mostly ninth and tenth-grade varsity players on Tues...Read More
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Rebels beat No. 2-ranked Wisconsin team By Matthew Davis Sun Post Newspapers Champlin Park jumped out to a big first half lead and held on for a 75-71 win against Rice Lake, Wis. in the Timberwolves Shootout at the Target Center on Saturday, Jan. 10. “It was great to be on the floor before the [.....Read More
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Champlin Park boys basketball rings in at No. 1 for the new year By Matthew Davis Sun Post Newspapers Many high school basketball players have hit 1,000 points. Few have done it in a game with the magnitude that Champlin Park’s JT Gibson did it in. He scored a school single-game record 38 points f...Read More
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By Matthew Davis Sun Post Newspapers With calendars now flipped to 2015 and devices synced to the new year, it seems fitting to take one last look at the biggest local sports stories in 2014. For Champlin Park, the Rebels had lots of success with competitive showings on a state level. Six Rebels tea...Read More
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Rebels seek third state tournament trip By Matthew Davis Sun Post Newspapers Confidence has filled the air amidst the Champlin Park boys basketball team going into a promising season. “We had four great seniors last year, and they’re tough to replace, but we’re confident that we can have anoth...Read More
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Ian Theisen scores 19 points and pulls down 20 rebounds in Osseo win Bridge Tusler had his face stepped on, and as a result, his nose plugged to stop the bleeding. Both coaches received technicals. Two from Champlin Park’s starting five fouled out. Osseo nearly matched that number. If you missed i...Read More
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