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During a meeting of the Wild Mountain Ski Patrol in October of 2017, assistant director Matt Haberman noticed a preponderance of silver and white hair among the patrollers.

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White Bear Lake and Mahtomedi intend to start winter sports practices on Monday, Jan. 4, the date designated by Gov. Tim Walz last week in his Executive Order regarding the state’s response to COVID-19. Winter sports include basketball, hockey, wrestling, alpine skiing, nordic skiing, gymnas…

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The Centennial football team's second-round playoff game at Stillwater will be held Friday at 6 p.m. and will end the season, due to Gov. Walz's orders on Thursday to shut down sports for a month as of Friday, 11:59 p.m. The game had been scheduled for Saturday evening with the winners advan…

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In the rare occasion of a high school football game played on the day of a presidential election, the White Bear Lake Bears hosted the Roseville Raiders on Tuesday afternoon.

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The Centennial Cougars picked up a “three-peat” of section championships by vanquishing Duluth East 3-0 in the Section 7AA finals on Saturday evening in Duluth. The Cougars won Section 5AA in 2018 and have won 7AA the last two years. This time, there won’t be the reward of a state tournament…

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Fall seasons for football and volleyball were approved by the Minnesota State High School League Monday morning as the board of directors reversed an Aug. 4 decision to have a spring season for both.

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White Bear Lake battled to a 1-1 tie with Cretin-Derham Hall on Thursday evening in the boys soccer opener as the Bear teams enjoyed their first athletic competitions since early March.

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The Quad Community Press invited local athletes by email through their coaches to comment on the unprecedented loss of an entire season due to the pandemic along with what they did while still hoping to compete, and how they handled distance learning. Here are some reactions:

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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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Turning on the football field lights in a tribute to sidelined spring sports is an idea that’s catching on around the nation.

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The worldwide outbreak of coronavirus (COVID-19) might eventually wreak such havoc in the U.S. that the first blow — having to go without sports for a while — might eventually be seen as just a minor footnote.