The Mahtomedi Zephyrs picked up two wins on a weekend trip up north, improving to 3-1 for the season.
Five members of Mahtomedi’s three-time state girls soccer championship team are among 10 seniors who signed national letters of intent on Wednesday.
Mahtomedi scored twice in the second period and held off Park of Cottage Grove 2-1 on Saturday a St. Croix Valley Rec Center in Stillwater. Lucy Ward go the first goal for the Zephyrs (1-1) with assists from Karen Miller and Anna Jerylo, and Jerylo made it 2-0 with a power play goal. Adie St…
Mahtomedi had pulled off two upsets to capture the championship of their section but the Chaska Hawks said nothing doing to the Zephyrs in the state quarterfinals on Saturday.
White Bear Lake rallied from a 3-0 deficit to defeat Mahtomedi 4-3 in overtime in the opener for both teams on Thursday evening with the game turning on two quick power play goals.
Mahtomedi High School had just started to emerge as a girls soccer power when David Wald joined the coaching staff in 1996. In Wald’s 24 years on the sideline — 10 years as assistant, 14 as head coach — the Zephyrs have enjoyed a rarified level of sustained success.
The White Bear Lake boys, primed for a top-three finish at the state cross country meet, were not at their best Saturday and placed seventh of 16 teams in Class AA.
Maddie Verkerke saved the best for last, ending her high school cross country career with an all-state, 24th-place finish at the state meet on Saturday.
Mahtomedi captured its third consecutive girls soccer state championship in dramatic fashion Thursday on a pair of penalty kicks late in the match.
The Mahtomedi Zephyrs will play in the section football finals. Nothing new about that — this will be the sixth straight year — except that it’s the first time in that span they’ve gotten there with a semifinal upset.
In a game that turned several times on the adventures of the two punters, Rosemount enjoyed one constant — the rugged running of Christian Graske — in scuttling White Bear Lake 35-21 on Friday evening in the playoff opener.
The Mahtomedi girls placed sixth of 11 teams, and the boys ninth of 16 teams at the Section 4AA meet Wednesday, ending their season except for one individual qualifying for state.
The White Bear Lake girls placed third in Section 4AA cross country Wednesday, missing a state berth as a team, but had four runners qualify for state individually.
The Mahtomedi Zephyrs continued their bid for a third straight state championship by rolling past Bemidji 4-1 in the first round of the Class A state tournament Wednesday evening.
The Mahtomedi Zephyrs put up 24 quick points in the first quarter and cruised past winless North St. Paul 44-6 in their playoff opener Tuesday evening.
Two years ago, when recreation soccer for ages U9-U10 was cut by White Bear Recreation and the White Bear Soccer Club (WBSC), a few affected families got together to mull what to do.
The Mahtomedi Zephyrs, seeking their third straight Class A state championship in girls soccer, are seeded first at state will open Wednesday, Oct. 23, against Bemidji (13-5-1) at St. Cloud State, 7:30 p.m.
The White Bear Lake football team was seeded No. 6 in Quadrant 3 of the Class 6A state tournament after a 3-5 regular season and will play at No. 3 Rosemount (5-3) on Friday.
The Mahtomedi Zephyrs were seeded third in the Section 4, Class 5A football tournament after a 2-6 regular season and will host North St. Paul (0-8) on Tuesday at 7 p.m. IThe Mahtomedi/North winner will play at No. 2 Minneapolis North (8-0) on Saturday, 1 p.m., in the semifinals.
Annika Munson will be Mahtomedi’s lone representative at the state tennis tournament to cap an outstanding season by the No. 3 ranked team in the state.
The Mahtomedi and Hill-Murray girls soccer teams will clash in a No. 1 vs. No. 2 matchup for the second time this year — this time with a trip to the state tournament on the line.
White Bear Lake’s Max Nelson sped to the individual championship in the strongest cross country conference in the state Tuesday while leading his team to second place.
The White Bear Lake girls were runners-up in the Suburban East Conference cross country meet, led by Maddie Verkerke in third place, on Tuesday.