In the early years, the Roseville Area High School girls hockey team was usually a scoring juggernaut. That has changed in recent years and this season the Raiders are stressing a “defense first” mentality.
With a young lineup, the Mounds View High School girls basketball team struggled after a fast start to the season a year ago. A good number of those players are back this season and that has the Mustangs looking for a turnaround.
North High School sophomore Alivia Lindorfer competes at the Class AA state girls swimming and diving meet on Nov. 18 at the University of Minnesota Aquatic Center. (Photos courtesy of Karen Pavlicin-Fragnito)
Hill-Murray and North High School both sent competitors to the girls swimming and diving state meet earlier this fall. Here’s a recap of how both teams fared.
Hill-Murray girls hockey team members Lindsey Featherstone and Taylor Wemple will continue their athletic careers at the collegiate level next year after signing their letters of intent.
High school seniors are allowed to make official their commitment to a future college team starting in early Nov. All three Review-area high schools had student-athletes put pen to paper to sign letters of intent.
Roseville Area High School swimmer Pyper Doo finished in third place in the 100-yard freestyle at the Class AA state championships Nov. 16-18. (photos courtesy of Karen Pavlicin-Fragnito)
Five members of the Roseville Area High School girls swimming and diving team wrapped up their season by participating in the state meet earlier this month. Two Raiders advanced to the finals and made serious runs at state titles.
The weekend didn’t start off all that great for the Mounds View/Irondale/Roseville PI division adapted soccer team but things turned around eventually. The Rams shrugged off an opening-round loss to earn the state consolation championship.