Although only a freshman, Julia Fixsen is already a multi-year state track and field qualifier. By the time she wraps up her senior season, there’s a good shot she’ll have multiple state championships.
The high school track and field season came to a conclusion last weekend as the state meet was held at Hamline University’s Klas Field in St. Paul. Five District 621 students capped off their seasons by capturing state championships.
Two of the three Review-area high schools have individuals competing in the state golf tournaments this week. Hill-Murray is sending a boy and a girl to the Class AA tournament while North had one boy qualify in Class AAA.
The Hill-Murray boys golf team enters the 2016 season as the defending Metro East Conference champion. The Pioneers return only two letter winners from last year’s squad so there are some unknowns this spring.
There used to be a segment on “Sesame Street” called “One of these things is not like the others.” The Concordia Academy fastpitch softball team was one of those unlike things compared to the other teams in the Class AA state tournament last week.
Mounds View took on Chisago during the Roseville Rumble softball tournament, which featured 25 teams and took place at Central Park June 4 and 5. Below, Mounds View’s Kelly Tekautz takes a swing at the ball.
The move to Section 4AA this season paid off handsomely for the Mounds View High School boys tennis team. The Mustangs swept the section championships and have plenty of representation at this week’s state tournament.