Hill-Murray Pioneers

Wed
04
Mar

Hill-Murray gains ‘State’ for 27th time

For the seventh time in the last nine years, the Hill-Murray Pioneers are the Section 4, Class AA boys hockey champions and heading back to the Class AA high school state tournament.  

Wed
25
Feb

Pioneers blast Polars - Photos

North High senior Maverick Meister (22) looks to make a play with teammate senior Joe Dahlberg (21) as Hill-Murray defends with sophomore goalie Jake Begley (1), Tyler Nowak (12) and Casey Staum (19).

Wed
25
Feb

Pioneers win second consecutive state title

Hill-Murray senior defense Kennedy Houge (8) hustles after the puck during state quarterfinal action against Eastview Feb. 19. (Linda Baumeister/Review)
Hill-Murray senior defense Kennedy Houge (8) hustles after the puck during state quarterfinal action against Eastview Feb. 19. (Linda Baumeister/Review)

The Hill-Murray Pioneers’ girls’ hockey six — with the exciting 3-1 victory over Cretin-Derham Hall in the Section 4AA finals — advanced to the Minnesota Girls’ Hockey Tournament, held Feb.

Wed
18
Feb

A 3-1 triumph catapults Hill-Murray into third straight girls hockey state tourney

In a contest that wasn’t decided until the final period, the Hill-Murray Pioneers, the defending Class AA state champions, were pushed to the limit by Cretin-Derham Hall before gaining a third consecutive trip to the girls hockey state tournament.

Wed
18
Feb

Hill-Murray and Cretin-Derham Hall win exciting semifinal playoff games

Hill-Murray junior forward Laura Anderson (3) and freshman forward Abigail Boreen (22) worked to get the puck up ice during section semifinal playoffs. The Pioneers advanced after a 3-1 win over Stillwater at Aldrich Arena Feb. 10. (LinHill-Murray junior forward Laura Anderson (3) and freshman forward Abigail Boreen (22) da Baumeister/Review)
Hill-Murray junior forward Laura Anderson (3) and freshman forward Abigail Boreen (22) worked to get the puck up ice during section semifinal playoffs. The Pioneers advanced after a 3-1 win over Stillwater at Aldrich Arena Feb. 10. (Linda Baumeister/Review)

In a couple of super girls hockey games played Feb.

Wed
18
Feb

Pioneers spot Titans a goal before cruising to 7-1 triumph

If the Tartan boys hockey team had any thoughts about reversing a 2-1 overtime defeat at the hands of Hill-Murray in their first meeting back on Jan. 15, it soon vanished once the second period got underway at Aldrich Arena Wednesday, Feb. 11.

Sat
07
Feb

Pioneers down Zephyrs to claim ninth conference crown

Leah Patrick gains 8th shutout this season

Senior Night for the Hill-Murray High School girls hockey squad proved to be a success as the Pioneers shutout the Mahtomedi Zephyrs, 4-0, in front of a large crowd at Aldrich Arena Tuesday, Jan. 27.

Wed
14
Jan

Pre-break action - Photos

(Linda Baumeister/Review)
(Linda Baumeister/Review)

Hill-Murray senior forward Jake Wittl (21) scored off the deflection, an assist by Brock Bremer (20) in first period action against South St. Paul. The Pioneers won 7-2 at Aldrich Arena Dec. 18.

Wed
10
Dec

Girls hockey: In defense of their title, Pioneers blank Titans in opening MEC play

Hill-Murray sophomore forward Lindsey Featherstone (9) and junior forward Jac Kaasa move in on Tartan junior goalie Madeline Campbell in first period action. Campbell tallied 46 saves in the Pioneers 2-0 win at Aldrich Arena Dec. 2.
Hill-Murray sophomore forward Lindsey Featherstone (9) and junior forward Jac Kaasa move in on Tartan junior goalie Madeline Campbell in first period action. Campbell tallied 46 saves in the Pioneers 2-0 win at Aldrich Arena Dec. 2. (*Linda Baumeister/Review)

In a hard-fought girls hockey contest Tuesday, Dec. 2 at Aldrich Arena, the Hill-Murray Pioneers outlasted the Tartan Titans by a count of 2-0.

It was the opening game of Metro East Conference action for both teams.

Wed
10
Dec

Boys basketball: Pioneers extend non-conference win streak to 3-0 with victory over SPA

Marshawn Wilson knocks down 30
Behind the hot hand and the 30-point effort of Marshawn Wilson, the Hill-Murray Pioneers held on to gain a hard-fought, 63-60 victory over the visiting St. Paul Academy Spartans.
In the Thursday, Dec. 4 game, the Pioneers owned a 10-point - 58-48 - lead with just under three minutes left in regulation.

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