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Mounds View defeated White Bear Lake 25-17, 25-20, 25-15 in the volleyball opener for each team on Thursday evening on the Bears court. One of the highlights for the Mustangs was setter Waverly Thao recording her 1,000th career assist during game one, setting up a kill by Hadley Streit. The …

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The Shoreview Press invited local athletes by email through their coaches to comment on the unprecedented loss of an entire season due to the pandemic. Two who responded were senior members of the baseball and boys track teams, both expected to be outstanding teams.

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Justin Adelman caught this tiger muskie accidentally and released it while fishing for northern pike on Lake Johanna May 30. The fish was 48 inches long and 36 pounds, and was caught with an 8-inch sucker minnow.

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Any hopes for salvaging part of the high school spring sports season were dashed last Thursday, when the Minnesota State High School League canceled all activities and athletics for the rest of the school year, in response to an an executive order issued by Gov. Tim Walz.

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The Mounds View boys hockey team had two all-conference picks — junior forward Ryan Collins and senior defenseman Cale Goenner — after finishing 6-6 in the Suburban East Conference and 11-16 overall.

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Mounds View extended its season with a 65-56, overtime win over Irondale at home Wednesday evening in the first round of Section 5AAAA. Evan Kim led the Mustangs (20-7) with 26 points. John Montgomery added 12 points and Drew DeBacker 10. Ahmad Berry netted 18 points and Kwame Herzog 17 for …

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White Bear Lake pulled out a 64-63 overtime win over Mounds View on Tuesday evening on the Mustangs court. Kanye Raheem drove the baseline and scored the go-ahead basket with 12 seconds left in overtime. The Bear defense held firm and a last-second shot by the Mustangs was air-balled. Anothe…

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Centennial scored four special teams goals, while giving up three, in defeating Mounds View 7-3 on Tuesday evening at Vadnais Sports Center. AJ LeMire and AJ Carls each delivered a short-handed goal for the Cougars (7-8), while Josh O’Gara and Henry Bartle scored on power plays. O’Hara notch…

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Mounds View was jolted from the unbeaten ranks by No. 8 ranked East Ridge 78-41 on Tuesday evening at home. Evan Kim notched 14 points and Dylan Wheeler nine for the Mustangs (11-1). Ben Carlson, 6-8 forward signed by Wisconsin, led the Raptors (9-4) with 23 points. Brody Kriesel added 19.

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Mounds View downed White Bear Lake 57-41 to stay unbeaten at 10-0 on Tuesday evening on the Bears court. Thomas Gebhardt and Evan Kim sank 13 points each and John Montgomery 12 for the Mustangs. Brice Peters tallied 17, Alec Garza 12 and Jack Janicki 10 fo the Bears (3-6).

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Mounds View boys basketball, coming off three seasons with a combined record of 25-57, heads into the Christmas break unbeaten.

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The Mounds View cross country team, making its second straight trip to the Nike Nationals, finished 19th of 22 teams Saturday, competing against the nation’s elite prep runners in Eugene, Ore., where Nike is based.

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Cole Stenstrom, Mounds View quarterback, turned in one of the best seasons a Mustang football player ever had this fall, capping an impressive three-year tenure at the position.

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The Mounds View Mustangs opened their season with a 60-32 win over Chisago Lakes on Tuesday evening on the road. Lindsey Becker, senior forward who started the season with 1,305 points, notched 24 points, eight rebounds, and three steals, while blocking nine shots. Rachel Kluz, sophomore gua…

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A short-handed goal by Sophie Verkerke in the third period gave White Bear Lake a boost and the Bears held on to defeat Mounds View 3-2 on Tuesday evening.

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Seven Mounds View football players, all seniors, were named to the All-District team, and two of them got special honors, after an 8-3 season by the Mustangs.

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The Mounds View swimming team had a delegation of six girls in seven events at the state Class AA swimming meet and scored points in five of them by placing in the top 16.