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By Matthew Davis Sun Post Newspapers Champlin Park had not scored more than 63 points in a game since Jan. 21, so going beyond that could seem promising for a section tournament game. Moreover, the Rebels hadn’t surrendered more than 62 points in a game since Jan. 21. Unfortunately for the navy-an...Read More
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By Matthew Davis Sun Post Newspapers Champlin Park’s girls basketball team got recent a taste of what level they’ll need to play at to make a run to the state tournament in March. The Rebels (13-10) faced a red-hot No. 5-ranked Elk River team (21-3) on Tuesday, Feb. 17 in a 62-54 loss. Hanna Cry...Read More
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By Matthew Davis Sun Post Newspapers Champlin Park clear put the close of 2014 behind them. A 19-point second half at Park Center looked like a distant memory when the Rebels rolled three-straight conference wins on Jan. 6-10. The Rebels pounded Blaine 69-48 on Tuesday, Jan. 6 and then routed Ironda...Read More
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By Matthew Davis Sun Post Newspapers Champlin Park girls basketball could have started calling the school’s fieldhouse the friendly confines with an eight-game home winning streak. An overtime home victory over No. 2 Minnetonka on Dec. 12 only seemed to solidify home-court security for the Rebels....Read More
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By Matthew Davis Sun Post Newspapers For Champlin Park girls basketball to keep playing well into to March, they will need to beat top-ranked teams to do so. The Rebels took a step in that direction on Friday, Dec. 12 with a 57-56 overtime win over Minnetonka, the No. 2-ranked team in Class 4A at [....Read More
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Allison Gerads and Hannah Crymble both scored in double figures as Champlin Park prevailed 57-56 over Minnetonka in overtime on Friday. Gerads led the Rebels with14 points, and Crymble scored 13 in a game where the No. 2-ranked Skippers (5-1) had quality players assigned to defend them. The Rebels (...Read More
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He would play four years of Division I football for the University of Minnesota, where his tenure as an offensive linemen included his first career start coming in the Gophers upset at then top-ranked Penn State in November of 1999. He would also go on to help the Gophers win a road game at Ohio [.....Read More
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Coach Hamre on seeding: ‘Tired of getting hosed’ By Rob LaPlante Crow River News Sports   The start wasn’t pretty, but the finish ended in jubilation. The St. Michael-Albertville girls’ basketball team made its fifth trip in eight seasons to the Target Center after a 68-59 victory in th...Read More
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