While North softball coach Cliff Charpentier is “new” to the Polars as head coach, he is not new to the Polar team or to softball in general.
“I have been coaching at various high school levels for the last 11 years,” Charpentier said. “Also, I have coached the majority of the players we have on our team in summer ball for the last four years.”
Like everyone else in the Classic Suburban Conference, the Hill-Murray boys tennis forces are champing at the bit to move outdoors to play.
As of this writing the CSC coaches have not met to revise their schedules.
The Minnesota Chapter of the National Football Foundation is hosting its annual awards dinner on Sunday and one of the guests of honor is an Irondale High School student. Justus Canfield is one of eight high school seniors who will receive recognition as outstanding scholar-athletes.
The Irondale High School boys tennis team has plenty of familiar faces in its lineup this spring and that has head coach Mike Walseth feeling good. A slew of returning letterwinners give the Knights as experienced a roster as they’ve seen in a while.
The North Polars played their second softball game of the season in the new West St. Paul Dome and had similar results to the contest the day before.
April 1, the Polars hung a 6-0 shutout on the Mahtomedi Zephyrs. April 2, against the Sibley Warriors, it took just 5 innings for North to paste an 11-1 score up on the board as they pushed their early season mark to 2-0.