Volleyball

Wed
16
Sep

North hopes to continue winning tradition with experienced returnees

The North Polars volleyball forces — which went 10-0 and won the title in the Metro East Conference a year ago — are looking to take one more giant step toward gaining a berth in the state tournament.

Tue
15
Sep

Roseville’s Kauth lands in the record book

Haley Kauth
Haley Kauth

Although liberos wear a jersey different in color from that of their volleyball teammates, they don’t always garner the attention that the big hitters and setters get. For one night last week, however, a libero got her place in the spotlight.

Wed
09
Sep

Young, aggressive Titans looking to improve chances this season

The Tartan 2015 volleyball squad will "be a young, but very eager team," stated head coach Josh Mattison just before the start of the 2015 season.

Wed
02
Sep

Stillwater never relinquishes lead, romps past Tartan

In the first game of the year Thursday, Aug. 27, Stillwater visited Tartan for a non-conference volleyball match.

The Ponies pranced past the inexperienced Titans, never allowing the home team to gain a lead during the three games.

Wed
26
Aug

Defense is key for SAVHS volleyball

Success for the St. Anthony Village High School volleyball team starts with its defense. The Huskies plan on making things tough on opposing offenses this fall.

Tue
25
Aug

New look for Raiders volleyball

With six regulars returning, it would seem that the Roseville Area High School volleyball team wouldn't look all that different from its 2014 incarnation.

Tue
05
May

Familiar name returns as volleyball coach at Concordia Academy

The Concordia Academy volleyball team has a new head coach, although she is not new to the program. Kim Duis has returned to the position that she held for six seasons back in the early 2000s.

Tue
06
Jan

2014: A year in Review

The University of Minnesota Raptor Center celebrated 40 years of operation Sept. 27 at the Carpenter-St. Croix Valley Nature Center in Hastings with several bird releases and other fun activities. The first bird released was a broad wing hawk that came to the Raptor Center in August after hitting a window. Two more birds, including a red shoulder hawk and bald eagle were also released under the awe-filled gaze of many observers.
The University of Minnesota Raptor Center celebrated 40 years of operation Sept. 27 at the Carpenter-St. Croix Valley Nature Center in Hastings with several bird releases and other fun activities. The first bird released was a broad wing hawk that came to the Raptor Center in August after hitting a window. Two more birds, including a red shoulder hawk and bald eagle were also released under the awe-filled gaze of many observers. (Linda E. Andersen/Review)

The Review area had its fair share of ups and downs in 2014. Here are some of the top stories that made headlines this past year.

Wed
12
Nov

Volleyball: North loses a heartbreaker to Roseville in Section 4 championship

The semifinal rounds of the Section 4AAA Volleyball were played Oct. 28, at the Hall Norgard Gymnasium at North High.

Tue
11
Nov

Roseville volleyball takes fourth place at state

The Roseville Area High School volleyball team was finally able to accomplish its goal of winning a championship-round match at the state tournament.

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