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By Bob San Sun press Newspapers Champlin Park volleyball coach John Yunker was concerned how his team would react following a grueling five-set loss to Roseville in the state quarterfinal Thursday. But Yunker should not have to worry because the Rebels put the loss behind them and bounced back to wi...Read More
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By Matthew Davis Sun Post Newspapers After hearing various input from many presenters for two days, the Minnesota State High School League board of directors tabled a vote on the transgender policy for its December 4 meeting. The MSHSL board voted unanimously at their Thursday morning meeting at the...Read More
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Champlin Park among schools impacted by district’s decision By OLIVIA KOESTER ABC Newspapers Under Anoka-Hennepin’s middle school acceleration policy, revised in the fall of 2013, 35 requests for middle school students to play on high school teams were granted this past year. “I think we were ...Read More
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by MATTHEW DAVIS CONTRIBUTING WRITER   Champlin Park High School’s boys basketball team has its sights sent on going to its first state tournament since 2013. The Rebels return key players from last year’s 19-8 squad.  Ian Smith, JT Gibson and Brennan Witt are back, and they give the Rebel...Read More
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I was barely even a teenager when I figured out what I wanted to do for a living. Sports had always dictated much of what was on my mind. I played them growing up, spent endless hours watching them on the television, and even found a fondness for the way they were portrayed over the [...]...Read More
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Playoff appears impossible to predict Anyone interested in sizing up the upcoming Section 5AA soccer tournament might be a pretty popular individual to the coaches involved in a field that begins play Thursday, Oct. 10. About all that is known is Maple Grove will carry the most impressive regular se...Read More
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