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Sports at North

Sports back at North Renovated gym and sports facilities are in use this year You can watch volleyball, boys soccer, girls basketball, boys basketball, lacrosse, and tennis back at North Campus this year. Due to the explosion last year, sports were not played on campus at North but renovations have been …

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Season never ends for Redhawks basketball

Tournaments, camps keep AAU athletes busy during warmer months With summer break approaching, winter sports are over for most people but not for juniors JaVonni Bickham, Lorenzo Smith, Jeff Stordahl and freshmen Jalen Suggs, Terry Lockett and Kaden Johnson, members of Minnehaha’s title-winning basketball team. The offseason is a really …

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Winter Sports Preview

Girls’ Basketball This year will be the first in a while without star point guard Sarah Kaminski who now plays at George Mason University. According to senior Olivia DuBois, the team dynamic has changed. “We  have a very young team,” said DuBois. “Sarah brought a lot of maturity and so …

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The importance of fan sections

Fan Section Proves Valuable For Team Morale Some of the bigger schools in the state of Minnesota usually have many fans out supporting their sports teams. There are even small schools who get a large attendance at their games. But other small schools like Great River Falls and Mounds Park …

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Co-op teams take MA

Minnehaha looks at benefits of co-oping with other schools’ sports Friday nights next fall will be different for students. Minnehaha Academy has decided to create a new football team with St. Paul Academy, Blake and Hope Academy (see right). This new team was put into effect April 1. Cooperation sponsorship, …

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Football co-op

Two years after instituting a co-op with Hope Academy, Minnehaha is eager to add to last year’s 28-man roster by co-oping with three new schools: Blake, St. Paul Academy and Mounds Park Academy. Due to diminishing numbers, each school saw the need for change, and chose to form a single …

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Boys’ lacrosse arrives at MA

Boys’ lacrosse used to be a sport primarily played on the East coast. But for the past two years, it has been the fastest growing sports industry in the United States. Many students at Minnehaha know very little, if  anything, about boys’ lacrosse. While many Minnehaha students know about as …

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