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With a state finals berth on the line, Mahtomedi built a two-goal lead but could not hold off a high-powered Warroad line on Friday. The Warriors won the semifinal thriller 5-4 in overtime at Xcel Energy Center.

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Max Nelson, the Mahtomedi athlete who’s placed first and second in his conference Nordic ski meets despite being nearly blind, has been chosen for Team USA in the Paralympic Games coming up in March in China.

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The Mahtomedi Zephyrs were champions and had the top three individuals in the Metro East Conference girls Nordic Ski meet Thursday, Feb. 3, at Hyland Park Reserve. Mahtomedi had 469 points, Two Rivers 455 and Tartan 438 for top three among seven  teams. Makayla Fischer was individual champio…

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The Mahtomedi Zephyrs were champions of the Metro East Conference boys Nordic Ski meet and had 10 of the top 20 individuals on Thursday, Feb. 3, at Hyland Park Reserve. Mahtomedi had 466 points, Two Rivers 435 and Hastings 405 for top three among eight teams. Max Nelson placed second in 28:4…

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The Mahtomedi gymnasts capped their 14th straight conference championship season, posting their high score, 143.875, in the Metro East meet at Simley on Thursday, Feb. 3. Simley (132.025) and Two Rivers (131.25) were the next two among seven teams.

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The Centennial Cougars defeated Anoka 58-48 on Thursday evening at Anoka, led by Camille Cummings with 18 points, six rebounds, and three steals. Freshman forward Autumn McCall notched 13 rebounds, nine points and four steals. Sydney Kubes added eight points. Eleven players scored for the Co…

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Mahtomedi rolled to its seventh straight win, over a good Simley team, 74-45 at home Tuesday evening, scoring numerous baskets after stealing the ball. Ella Kletti netted 20 points, Mya Wilson 13, Sonya Potthoff 13, Zoie Centers nine and Ella Frazier eight for the Zephyrs (11-6). Acheampomaa…

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The Northern Fusion Leather & Laces adult synchronized skating team is gearing up for its largest competition of the season at the end of January. The team took first place at its first competition of the season at the Maplewood Synchro Classic at 3M Arena at Mariucci. The team currently…

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The Rogers Royals shut down Centennial’s robust offense and handed the Cougars their first loss 2-0 on Saturday evening in Rogers. Centennial (8-1-1) had been averaging 4.9 goals per game.  The Royals held the Cougars to 16 shots on goal, all stopped by Lauren Larson. Sydney Bailey and Avery…

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Hill-Murray edged Mahtomedi 3-2 in the Metro East Conference opener between two state-ranked teams on Thursday evening at Aldrich Arena. The Pioneers (2-2) outshot Mahtomedi 58-22 but Zephyr goalie Ben Dardis made 55 saves. Axel Begley got one past him for a 3-2 lead at 13:21 of the third pe…

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Led by senior stalwarts Grace Squires and Laney Gunderson starting their fourth varsity seasons, the White Bear Lake gymnasts won their own Interstellar Invitational on Saturday after beating Forest Lake in a dual meet on Friday evening at home.

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Runners-up in the state. That’s Mahtomedi’s hard-earned football status after the Zephyrs ran into a top-ranked Mankato West team that was as good as advertised in the Class 5A finals.

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The Mahtomedi Zephyrs had in five events, and all five scored points by placing in the top 16, in the state Class A swimming meet Thursday and Saturday at the University of Minnesota.

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Facing a team that had just lost its star quarterback, the Mahtomedi Zephyrs cruised into the Prep Bowl with a 33-7 conquest of Robbinsdale Cooper in the semifinals Friday.

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The Minnetonka Skippers tumbled Centennial 31-7 on Friday night at home, ending Centennial’s four-game win streak that included wins over two top-five teams. Minnetonka is 6-1 and Centennial 4-3.

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A pair or Mahtomedi gymnastics luminaries, Debbie Driscoll and Mindy Myhre, will enter the Minnesota State High School League Hall of Fame together, in a group of 12 inductees, the organization announced in a press release last week.