Champlin Park

Anoka Hennepin orchestra teacher Judy Blomgren retires By Megan Hopps SUN PRESS Newspapers   Judy Blomgren has taught music to thousands of students in the Anoka Hennepin school district for more than 30 years. But her students don’t know her as Ms. Blomgren, and especially not Judy Blomgren. Her students call her Ms. B or [...]

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Champlin Park boys lacrosse earns number two ranking By Matthew Davis Sun Post Newspapers Pollsters have taken more notice than ever of Champlin Park boys lacrosse. With an overtime victory over No. 5-ranked Bloomington Jefferson, the Rebels rose from No. 8 to No. 2 in the state coaches poll on Monday, May 12. Nick Bunde [...]

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Brooklyn Center alley hosts tournament again By Matthew Davis Sun Post Newspapers Hailey Roering and Charlene Probst of Champlin Park each cracked the top 15 for an event at Minnesota’s biggest prep bowling event. Roering and Probst both represented their school with the Anoka-Hennepin Mustangs at state adapted bowling tournament on Friday, May 16. The [...]

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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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By Matthew Davis Contributing Writer   If Champlin Park wants to improve on their fourth-place section finish, they will need their pitching and defense to get the job done. “We will be a very good fielding team with quality pitching,” Rebels coach Brian Woodley said. Ample experience returns for the Rebels around the diamond, in [...]

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 By Matthew Davis Contributing Writer   With a young returning crew, Champlin Park girls track will look to build this season. “We’re looking for these 70-some kids to really compete for the varsity spots now as we start moving outdoors now in April,” Rebels coach Mark O’Neill said. Ashley Adegeye comes back as a captain [...]

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