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2010-11 Fall Sports Preview: Celebrating their successes

September 8, 2010 in South Washington County Bulletin

Now that Math and Science Academy has found itself on the State stage, cross-country and track coach Daniel Scheff would like the Dragons to become a regular visitor to the top level of competition in Minnesota. Continue Reading

2010-11 Fall Sports Preview: Youthful Thunderbolts seek a return to state

September 8, 2010 in South Washington County Bulletin

The youthful South Washington County Thunderbolts battled to a 1-10 record in 2009-10 and had to say good-bye to four seniors from last year’s team. Continue Reading

2010-11 Fall Sports Preview: On Eagles wings

September 7, 2010 in South Washington County Bulletin

It’s a whole new game for New Life Academy volleyball coach Wally Bomgren, who is in his first fall with the Eagles after directing the spikers at nearby Woodbury High School from 2006-2009. Continue Reading

2010-11 Fall Sports Preview: The ‘Pack holding hope for successful season

September 6, 2010 in South Washington County Bulletin

2010-11 Fall Previews for the Park boys and girls soccer teams, the volleyball team, the boys and girls cross country team and the girls swimming and diving team. Continue Reading

2010-11 Fall Sports Preview: Time for Raptors to step up

September 6, 2010 in South Washington County Bulletin

With a new head coach in tow, the Park girls tennis team is expecting a change in attitude starting this year. Continue Reading

2010-11 Fall Sports Preview: Raptors begin year No. 2

September 6, 2010 in South Washington County Bulletin

2010-11 Fall Previews of the East Ridge volleyball team, the girls and boys cross country teams, the girls swimming and diving team, the boys soccer team and the girls tennis team. Continue Reading

2010-11 Fall Sports Preview: Time for Raptors to step up

September 6, 2010 in South Washington County Bulletin

With a shift from Class A to Class AA this year, the East Ridge girls soccer team will need to get past defending Class AA state runner-up Woodbury, along with Suburban East Conference powers White Bear Lake and Stillwater if it wants to make it to state for a second-straight season. Continue Reading