Boys Soccer

Champlin Park falls to NWSC rivals 2-1 in AA state soccer quarterfinals BY Jason Olson jason.olson@ecm-inc.com   Blaine (15-3-1) and Champlin Park (16-1-1) met to decide the Northwest Suburban Conference boys’ soccer championship Oct. 4. Champlin Park came from behind to win 5-3 and leave the Bengals with a sour taste in their mouth heading […]

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Boys earn top-seed, will open with Blaine Oct. 25 Knowing the shape the Section 5AA boys soccer tournament would likely take on, Champlin Park head coach Gavin Pugh headed to Mounds View for a last chance to scout two possible playoff opponents Oct. 6. By then, the Rebels had already wrapped up their regular season […]

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Soccer team into final of Section 5AA tournament The scare came a game earlier than Champlin Park might have expected, but the hope is it does the trick this week. Riding an undefeated perfect season, and the top seed in the Section 5AA boys soccer playoff, the Rebels took a literal approach to the survive-and-advance […]

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Soccer team clinches title after blitzing Blaine for five second-half goals The comeback was not yet complete, but there was little doubt it was coming. When it did, the Champlin Park boys soccer team had made a little history. The Rebels won their first ever conference championship last week, rallying with a furious second half […]

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2-0 victory over Andover moves Champlin Park to 6-0-1 mark in NWSC play The statistical evidence is overwhelming. The success of the Champlin Park’s boys soccer season has been a direct result of the offensive numbers the Rebels continue to put up. Undefeated through 10 games, and averaging a whopping 3.1 goals per outing, there […]

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Boys soccer team scores 13 goals in first three games of 2012 season The question didn’t catch anyone associated with the Champlin Park boys soccer team off guard. The Rebels knew precisely how inept they were offensively a year ago, and what the result of their blistering hot start to 2012 had already nearly accomplished. […]

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