Johny DeVore passed for 348 yards and five touchdowns as the Mahtomedi Zephyrs pummeled Hill-Murray 41-14 at home Friday evening.
White Bear Lake scored five touchdowns in the first half and held off longtime nemesis Cretin-Derham Hall 35-21 at home Friday evening, squaring their record at 1-1.
White Bear Lake could not stop Stillwater on plays from scrimmage or on kickoff returns as the Bears lost to the Ponies 52-24 in the football opener Friday evening.
Mounds View girls soccer wrapped up a third-place finish in the Suburban East Conference last week blanking Irondale 3-0 on Tuesday.
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.
The Mounds View tennis team has won its first six matches by 7-0 and beat Woodbury 5-2 in its most recent match when the Royals put their top four players in doubles and won at one and two.
White Bear Lake eked out a 1-0 win over Mounds View in a duel of unbeatens Tuesday evening, posting their fourth shutout in five games, at home.
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.
White Bear Lake and Mahtomedi will resume high school athletic competitions this week for the first time since early March.
When the long-awaited verdict on high school sports arrived on Aug. 5, football and volleyball players learned they’ll be playing in the spring, not the fall.
A tennis coach whose resume includes an NCAA singles championship is tutoring young players this summer in partnership with Centennial Community Education (CCE).
Area lakes were not stocked with fish by Department of Natural Resources this year due to the COVID-19 pandemic, but they have plenty of fish, said a DNR official contacted by the Press.
It’s possible that some, but not all, fall high school sports will be offered this fall, according to comments offered during a Minnesota State High School League discussion Thursday.
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:
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.
Will Francis, former Centennial athlete who was due to start his college hockey career at Minnesota-Duluth in the fall, was recently diagnosed with leukemia.
Wyatt Newpower recently completed his four-year Division I hockey career with some high notes and honors. Then a searing disappointment. Then a dream realized.
Parker Fox and his Northern State basketball teammates received the same bad news Saturday as thousand of athletes around the country have gotten.
Monte Collins, football and wrestling athlete and choir member, is White Bear Lake’s male Triple-A pick this year for achievement in arts, academics and athletics.
Madison Carroll, gymnastics and soccer athlete and choir member, is White Bear Lake’s female Triple-A pick this year for achievement in arts, academics and athletics.
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.
Lily Pederson, White Bear Lake eighth-grader, has achieved Junior Elite status in gymnastics, a level currently held by just 22 of her peers in the country.
It dawned on Ella and Jack Janicki pretty early that the lady who drove them to their games was probably not your typical basketball mom.
The Mahtomedi Zephyrs were on the verge of a first-round elimination at the state hockey tournament when they caught fire Wednesday evening.
Mahtomedi will play in the hockey state tournament for the fourth straight season after turning back conference rival South St. Paul 5-1 in the Section 4A finals Friday evening.
White Bear Lake scored the first two goals but could not hold off its longtime nemesis, Hill-Murray, in their latest duel for a state tournament berth Friday night.
The Mahtomedi Zephyrs earned a shot at their fourth consecutive state trip by battling past Tartan 2-0 in the Section 4A semifinals on Thursday evening.
White Bear Lake blasted the first three goals of the game and held off Stillwater 5-3 in the Section 4AA semifinals Thursday evening, earning a spot in the section finals.
Grace Squires has a signature move on uneven parallel bars that’s served her well all season, but the White Bear Lake sophomore was not able to hit it at the state gymnastics meet Saturday evening.
White Bear Lake turned back Woodbury 4-1 in the first round of Section 4AA on Thursday evening. Billy Rose, Sam Newpower and Triston Johnson scored for the Bears (17-8-1) in first period and Lleyton Roed capped the scoring in the third. Goalie Tyler Steffens made 19 saves, with Luke Danielso…
Centennial junior Audrey Noha competed at the state gymnastics meet Saturday after placing second all-around in Section 7AA the before.
Nick Kastner and Matt Sloan will represent White Bear Lake in the state wrestling tournament after placing first and second their respective weights at Section 4AAA on Saturday in Stillwater.
Mounds View will have four wrestlers in the state tournament, all of whom were runners-up in the Section 4AAA tournament Saturday in Stillwater.
Mahtomedi will have five wrestlers in the state Class 2A tournament after three Zephyrs earned championships and two placed second in Section 4AA on Saturday at South St. Paul.
The Mahtomedi gymnasts, and their senior leaders Bella Frattalone and Kate Ryan, moved up to Class 2A this year, and as the saying goes, they came, they saw, they conquered.
The Mahtomedi gymnasts completed their 12th consecutive unbeaten conference dual meet season defeating Simley 144.65 to 123.125 on Thursday evening at Simley. The Zephyrs were 6-0 in the Metro East.