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Mahtomedi’s first-ever state volleyball tournament experience was a bit humbling Wednesday. Grand Rapids scored eight of the first nine points and went on to defeat the Zephyrs 25-15, 25-17, 25-19 at Xcel Energy Center.

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The Mahtomedi volleyball team is top-seeded among seven teams in the Section 4AAA tournament and will have a first-round bye. The Zephyrs (22-5) will join the action Tuesday, Nov. 1, hosting No. 4 Chisago Lakes (8-20) or No. 5 St. Anthony Village (8-16), who’ll play Wednesday. Other pairings…

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White Bear Lake entered the Irondale tournament on a six-match losing streak but came alive to defeat five opponents and capture the championship Saturday. 

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Simley scored with 25 seconds left to defeat Mahtomedi 2-1 on Thursday evening. Mahtomedi is 6-4-1 overall and 2-1-1 in conference. Simley is 2-5-1 overall and 2-3 in conference. Angelo Diez scored for Mahtomedi in the first half. With the score 1-1 and time winding down in the game, Zephyrs…

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For a minute or so, it looked like White Bear Lake might light up the scoreboard at Mounds View on Friday night. The Bears uncorked a 62-yard touchdown on the second play from scrimmage.

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White Bear Lake lost a dual meet at Roseville Area 101-80 on Thursday evening. Coach Tia Quick said the team had their best performance of the season so far, with the Bears (0-3) winning four events.  Emma Masso won the individual medley in 2:41.0 and took second in the butterfly (1:12.65). …

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The Mahtomedi Zephyrs are 4-0 after turning back White Bear Lake 25-17, 23-25, 25-19, 25-12 at home Tuesday evening. Statistics for the Zephyrs are not available at this posting. For the Bears (1-2), Kyle Gustafson logged 14 kills and four blocks, Blessing Adebisi eight kills and four blocks…

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Blessed with four exceptional middle distance runners, the Mounds View track team decided to put them all in the same race, the 4x800, one time only, and see if they could break the school record. Maybe even the state record.

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LINO LAKES–Betsy Larey and Trent Anderson have been teaching golf for a long time. This summer, they hope to be busier than ever, now that two junior programs have been added at Chomonix Golf Course in Lino Lakes.