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With a perfect 29-0 mark, Champlin Park has the top seed for the Class 4A boys basketball tournament on March 11-14 at the Target Center JT Gibson led the Rebels with 21 points as they downed Wayzata 76-63 in the Section 5AAAA championship game on Friday night. He led a 12-2 run in the second [...]...Read More
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Jeremy Johnson blocking a three-pointer by Wayzata late in the Section 5AAAA boys basketball championship capped a fitting conclusion for the Champlin Park Rebels. In the second half, the Rebels slowed down the Trojans’ perimeter game in a 76-63 victory at Rogers High School to land a spot in ...Read More
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By Matthew Davis Sun Post Newspapers Champlin Park capped a competitive boys swimming season with three taking all-section honors and the team taking sixth in the Section 7AA meet Saturday, Feb. 28. “As a team, we had a nice showing,” Rebels coach Joe Thiel said. “The boys swam very well.” C...Read More
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by Matthew Davis Sun Post Newspapers Champlin Park won by its largest margin of victory in school history for boys basketball regular season play and can now claim the same for postseason play. “Our boys do a great job because they’re so competitive, and they hold each other to high standards,...Read More
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By Matthew Davis Sun Post Newspapers Champlin Park had the top score in floor exercise and second-best in vault en route to taking fifth at the Class AA state gymnastics team meet Friday, Feb. 20, at the University of Minnesota Sports Pavilion. “Each event, someone came through and had a star perf...Read More
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Holding potential Mr. Basketball candidate JT Gibson below double figures could possibly bode well for any team in the coming weeks with the postseason ahead. Not so for the Blaine Bengals as Champlin Park completed an unbeaten regular season in an 86-50 blowout on Friday. Gibson had eight points as...Read More
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