Tag Archives: Athletics

A surprising way that pro sports can get even better

Could promotion and relegation enliven U.S. sports? For the citizens of Berlin, Germany, it was a time ripe for celebration. Berliners stormed the streets of the city as they chanted and waved flags. They sang their anthem with lyrics such as, “We from the East always go forward shoulder to …

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Chet Holmgren’s growth, charted

For Holmgren, a long road to the top Nation’s top recruit credits work, listening, mindset, mentors for his rise For the last few years, Minnehaha senior Chet Holmgren and former-teammate Jalen Suggs, now a freshman guard for top-ranked Gonzaga, have dominated state championships, AAU showcase tournaments, and ESPN rankings. Now, …

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Masks and winter sports

Balancing science and common sense On January 4, high school teams were allowed to begin practice for a heavily restricted winter sports season, with competitions having started on January 14. Updated guidelines have been released in attempts to mitigate the virus, requiring face coverings for all participants during both practice …

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COVID and how it will affect indoor sports

The first challenge is getting prepared to play How will COVID-19 affect indoor sports? According to Dream Sorrell, who played volleyball during the fall season, volleyball practices changed since COVID. She stated that there were certain situations where you had to wear a mask at practice. Some examples were when …

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Co-op winter sports risks

Struggles for athletes involved in co-ops during the Coronavirus With co-op’s between so many schools COVID-19 will be a risk this year. However for athletes at Minnehaha, that’s a risk they’re willing to take.  This year the Minnehaha United girls hockey team is adding an additional school to their existing …

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Football During a Pandemic

Coaches and players are adapting to new health protocols, due to COVID-19 The COVID-19 pandemic has changed nearly every aspect of our lives in some way, shape, or form over the past several months. The game of football is no exception. For many Americans, football is a love language. It …

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Coronavirus: Karpenko’s Olympic trials delayed

How the Olympics being postponed affects Minnehaha’s Andrew Karpenko Due to growing concerns of COVID-19 the Tokyo Olympics were postponed to July and August of 2021. Subsequently, the U.S. Olympic Team Trials were then postponed, affecting one of Minnehaha’s own, Andrew Karpenko. Karpenko, who qualified for the trials in the …

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Slideshow: M.A. boys are section champs

Minnehaha boys win Section 4AAA hoops title After winning three straight Class AA state championships, the Redhawks were going for a four-peat, but a day after their victory, the coronavirus forced the cancelation of the Minnesota state basketball tournaments. Final score: Minnehaha Academy 94, Totino-Grace 58 Photos and slideshow by …

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Slideshow: M.A. boys’ hockey

Breck 5, Minnehaha 2 Jan. 23, 2020 at Minnehaha’s South Campus Photos and slideshow by Maggie Ess. M.A. boys’ hockey vs. Breck from Redhawksonline on Vimeo.

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Slideshow: M.A. boys’ hockey

Minnehaha 3, Henry Sibley 1 Feb. 13, 2020 at Minnehaha’s South Campus Photos and slideshow by Owen Hoffner.

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