Roseville Area High School senior cornerback Joh Farmer deflects a pass intended for Mounds View wide receiver Jeremiah Bonde in last Friday's Suburban East Conference football match-up. Mounds View won the game 38-0. (photo courtesy of Dan McMahon Photography)
The Suburban East Conference football schedule makers did Roseville no favors with the back-to-back games it saddled the Raiders with in weeks four and five this year. Roseville has the pleasure of facing two of the top three teams in the conference in consecutive weeks.
A Parkview Middle School pool record fell earlier this month. Roseville Area High School freshman Michelle Schlossmacher Smith recorded the highest diving score in the history of the pool at a meet on Sept. 4.
Ken Bergstedt and Roseville Area School District Superintendent John Thein
At least once a year, a group of former coaches and students from Alexander Ramsey High School get together for a breakfast. It's a way for the students to honor the coaches who had a profound impact on them way back when.
For the second time this season, the Concordia Academy football team will play an afternoon game in St. Paul. The Beacons were successful the first time around and are hoping that history repeats itself.
The prep volleyball teams at Roseville Area High School and Concordia Academy put together solid stretches of matches last week. Both teams are ranked in the state's top 10 and might even move up in this week's poll.
Heading into its game last week against St. Anthony Village, the Concordia Academy football team had lost its last four games to the Huskies. The Beacons have a similar history with this week's opponent.
Not much went right for the Roseville Area High School football team in week one, so a bounce-back was on the agenda in week two last week. The Raiders came through and now turn their attention to putting together a winning streak as they head into this week's game.