Even though the Johnson Governors boys hockey team controlled the action throughout most of the game, the momentum changed in favor of the North High Polars in the second period at Polar Arena Tuesday, Dec. 9.
North High junior Lily Langevin (9) battles against Hasting during the first period. The Polars lost 8-0 at home Dec. 12. (Linda Baumeister/Review)
Before the line had thinned in front of the concession stand at Polar Arena Friday, Dec. 12, the visiting Hastings Raiders girls hockey team had put what turned out to be the game-winner on the scoreboard.
Wadlington leads North scoring with 21
The their boys basketball home opener, the North High Polars squared off against the Edina Hornets at Hal Norgard Gymnasium in North St. Paul on Saturday, Nov. 29.
Though the Polars never led, they were never really out of it. Every time the Polars rallied to narrow the score, the Hornets would buzz back to a comfortable lead.
North, Tartan bumped from playoffs
The Johnson Governors watched Pioneers Marshawn Wilson and Sam Westby put on a two-man show that ended with Hill-Murray gaining a 54-34 triumph Saturday, Oct. 25.
The win propelled the No. 2-seed Pioneers into the finals of the Section 4AAAA football playoffs, where they will face the South St. Paul Packers at 7 p.m., Oct 31 at South St. Paul.