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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 Belinda Huang’s experience of a school ski trip in the sixth grade turned out to mean more for her than just a fun field trip day. Huang, who had never skied before, now could help the Champlin Park Rebels girls Alpine ski team have a big day at the [...]...Read More
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By Matthew Davis Sun Post Newspapers Four Champlin Park boys hockey players gave their team a much-needed boost to end an eight-game losing streak in early January. Trent Molnau, Maxwell Lehman, Anthony Donato and Reese Woods all scored goals in a Tuesday, Jan. 6 win over Buffalo put an end to strea...Read More
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Rebels beat No. 2-ranked Wisconsin team By Matthew Davis Sun Post Newspapers Champlin Park jumped out to a big first half lead and held on for a 75-71 win against Rice Lake, Wis. in the Timberwolves Shootout at the Target Center on Saturday, Jan. 10. “It was great to be on the floor before the [.....Read More
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By Matthew Davis Sun Post Newspapers Round four of a proposed policy regarding transgender student participation awaits the Minnesota State High School League’s Board of Directors in their upcoming December meeting. At the MSHSL office in Brooklyn Center on Thursday, Dec. 4, the board will review ...Read More
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By Matthew Davis Sun Post Newspapers With the fall sports season in the books, Champlin Park athletes claimed a four or more all-conference/honorable mention honors in every sport. Rebels football players Marty Hill, Harrison Jones, Jeff Boyer, Dan Branger, Alex Zay Zay and Trevor Long all made all-...Read More
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