Bulletin Area Sports

Thu
02
May

Spring has sprung — finally in Irondale & St. Anthony

It took about three weeks longer than normal and more than a month longer than last year but spring finally arrived last week.

Thu
02
May

Winter sports All-conference honorees

Irondale High School
Boys Alpine skiing
All-conference

Thu
25
Apr

Irondale QB receives honor

The Minnesota Chapter of the National Football Foundation is hosting its annual awards dinner on Sunday and one of the guests of honor is an Irondale High School student. Justus Canfield is one of eight high school seniors who will receive recognition as outstanding scholar-athletes.

Thu
25
Apr

Irondale girls track team counting on youngsters

The Irondale High School names being announced at track and field meets this spring might not be all that familiar. That’s because the Knights’ roster is packed full of first-year athletes.

Thu
25
Apr

Seniors set to lead Mounds View fastpitch

This probably wasn’t what they pictured when imagining their final season of prep softball but the seniors on the Mounds View High School fastpitch team are set to lead once the season gets underway.

Thu
25
Apr

Minimal turnover for Irondale tennis

The Irondale High School boys tennis team has plenty of familiar faces in its lineup this spring and that has head coach Mike Walseth feeling good. A slew of returning letterwinners give the Knights as experienced a roster as they’ve seen in a while.

Thu
18
Apr

Area nines playing the waiting game

It doesn’t appear that winter is going to loosen its grip on Minnesota again this week, which probably means another week of postponements for Bulletin-area sports teams. The three varsity baseball teams in the area have already missed at least a week of their schedule.

Fri
12
Apr

Shoreview native earns hockey honor

Shoreview native Joseph Phillippi has been named a Western Collegiate Hockey Association Scholar-Athlete. A freshman goaltender on the St.

Fri
12
Apr

Shoreview native inks college tender

Shoreview resident Charlie Miller put together an impressive high school football career and is set to continue hitting the gridiron in college. Miller signed a letter of intent in February to play college football at Dartmouth.

Thu
11
Apr

Former SAVHS standout shines for St. Scholastica

St. Anthony Village High School graduate Chris Lawson has taken his distance-running acumen to college and has proven valuable to his team. Lawson recently helped his team win a conference championship.

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