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Wed
15
Apr

Polars outslug Pioneers, 17-4

North unleashes barrage of hits in softball season opener

The Hill-Murray Pioneers and North High Polars opened the softball season Tuesday, April 7 after a one-day delay because of inclement weather.

Wed
08
Apr

Some notable notes

Quick Takeoffs

Wed
08
Apr

Pioneers looking for senior leadership in Burns, Little

The Hill-Murray boys lacrosse forces will be led this season by a pair of defenders — Eric Burns and Colin Little.

"Those are two of our senior leaders," stated Hill-Murray head coach Greg Visich.

Wed
01
Apr

Polar girls hope to build on lacrosse experience

Not sure what lacrosse is all about? Make it a point to catch a game at a high school match near you, as  the fast-moving sport sweeps the region.

Wed
01
Apr

Polars eye Metro East Conference softball crown

Last year’s Section 4AAA tournament was a battle of inches, as, here, senior and first-base minder Mady Strom just misses getting the tag on a Woodbury player during the seventh inning. The Polars still shut out the Royals 7-0. A seasoned team hopes to repeat 2014’s exploits this year. (file photo)
Last year’s Section 4AAA tournament was a battle of inches, as, here, senior and first-base minder Mady Strom just misses getting the tag on a Woodbury player during the seventh inning. The Polars still shut out the Royals 7-0. A seasoned team hopes to repeat 2014’s exploits this year. (file photo)

The North softball nine is familiar with success and the upcoming season is one in which they will be looking to a repeat of last season.

Wed
01
Apr

Young Polars eager for baseball success

The 2015 edition of the North High baseball nine will be a young version of what the Polars fielded last season.

Wed
25
Mar

Young Titans hoping to run away from opposition

The Tartan Titans will be entering the 2015 boys track and field season with only five seniors to bolster their lineup. But that doesn't mean the team will be without experienced competitors.

Wed
25
Mar

Tartan will have plenty of veterans leading team this softball season

Lodahl could be MEC’s ‘best player’

A year ago the Tartan Titans took a step toward success in the Classic Suburban Conference softball standings.

Wed
25
Mar

Hill-Murray looking at success on baseball diamond with senior leadership

Coach praises Zach Mills and Charlie Hilger

The Hill-Murray baseball squad hopes to improve on its .500 record of a year ago, when the team was 8-8 in conference play and 10-10 overall.

Wed
18
Mar

Johnson-Como, North St. Paul join bantam hockey forces

In front, the Polar Devil Bantam “A” team includes Jake Edmunds, Nathan Conroy, Joe Reubish, Austin Vandell and Max Rossman. Kneeling behind them are Ben Herman, Chris Ranum, Kory Pilarski, Kearby Larson, Nick Burshten and Jack Smith. And, in back: AJ Austin, Luke Moberg, Alex Campbell, Justin Rausch, Erick Kubiatowicz and Leo Wieffering. (submitted photo)
In front, the Polar Devil Bantam “A” team includes Jake Edmunds, Nathan Conroy, Joe Reubish, Austin Vandell and Max Rossman. Kneeling behind them are Ben Herman, Chris Ranum, Kory Pilarski, Kearby Larson, Nick Burshten and Jack Smith. And, in back: AJ Austin, Luke Moberg, Alex Campbell, Justin Rausch, Erick Kubiatowicz and Leo Wieffering. (submitted photo)

The Johnson Como North St. Paul Polar Devils — a combination of the two area teams just this year — has had a successful first season.

They posted a record of 45-3-0 and are headed to Duluth for the State Hockey Tournament.

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