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Payback or not, Champlin Park dominated a vastly different Osseo team from the one that ended the Rebels’ state tournament bid last March. Osseo’s boys basketball team graduated eight seniors from last year. Only Allan Anderson and Elliot Kane returned among last season’s lettermen...Read More
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Allison Gerads and Hannah Crymble both scored in double figures as Champlin Park prevailed 57-56 over No. 2 Minnetonka in overtime on Friday. Gerads led the Rebels with 14 points, and Crymble scored 13 in a game where the Skippers (5-1) had quality players assigned to defend them. The Rebels (2-2) b...Read More
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  In a packed Minnesota State High School League board room in Brooklyn Center on Thursday, the league Board of Directors passed a policy to guide member schools regarding male-to-female transgender students. “What the board did was just respond to questions that had come from member schools ...Read More
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Round four of a proposed policy regarding transgender student participation awaits the Minnesota State High School League’s Board of Directors in their upcoming December meeting. At the MSHSL office in Brooklyn Center on Thursday, Dec. 4, the board will review the newest draft of a policy that...Read More
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Brooklyn Center’s defense snuffed Park Center early as the Centaurs cruised to an 81-61 win over their cross-town rival Tuesday night. “This is Brooklyn zone, that’s what I call it,” Centaurs boys basketball coach Lamii Zarlee said. “Everybody grows up, plays hard court [and] every...Read More
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Chaun Johnson came up with his biggest goals of season when his team needed it most – in the state championship game for adapted soccer. “I just told myself that I really need to step up,” Johnson said. Johnson lifted the Robbinsdale-Hopkins-Mound-Westonka Robins past the Anoka-Hennepin Mustan...Read More
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Courtney Evensen made her final week of high school swimming one to remember. The Armstrong senior first signed a letter of intent on National Signing Day on Wednesday, Nov. 12 to swim at Missouri in South Eastern Conference. She will get to compete among the nation’s top collegiate swimmers i...Read More
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