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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 Megan Hopps SUN PRESS Newspapers   The Jefferson Awards was founded more than 40 years ago to recognize and honor those who contribute their time, energy and resources for public services. The Jefferson Awards is one of the largest multipliers of volunteerism in the country. The Lead360 Challenge, sponsored by the Jefferson Awards, encourages [...]

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Champlin Park gears up for section play By Matthew Davis Sun Post Newspapers Champlin Park swept Andover 7-0 on Wednesday, May 7 en route to their third-consecutive boys tennis conference match victory. “We haven’t beat Andover for a long time,” Rebels coach Brian Larson said. “They’ve always been real strong. They’re a little down from [...]

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Gerads earns top three in four events By Matthew Davis Sun Post Newspapers Strong individual performances at the Section 4AAA True Team meet indicate good things to come for Champlin Park. “It gives us a good focus for the conference and section meet,” Rebels girls track coach Mark O’Neill said. Alison Gerads showed clear potential [...]

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By Matthew Davis Contributing Writer   Brandon Rushmeyer pitched a stellar game but the Champlin Park Rebels fell to conference leader Park Center on Monday, April 21. Rushmeyer pitched five and 1/3 innings with 10 strikeouts and only one earned run. The Rebels had a strong start at Pirates’ field with a 2-0 run first [...]

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