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Winning has been hard to come by for Cooper’s girls lacrosse in recent years, but new coach Brian Reinbold hopes to bring the cure. Reinbold, who works as a clinical perfusionist outside of Cooper, has taken the reigns of a program that has four wins in the past two seasons. As a perfusionist,...Read More
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A long regular-season winning streak from Champlin Park looked in danger, but two late goals for the Rebels made it 17-straight wins on Wednesday night. Osseo-Park Center’s boys lacrosse team threatened to end the Rebels’ 17-game winning streak with an 11-10 lead in the final six minutes...Read More
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After leading Champlin Park to its winningnest boys basketball season in school history last month, head coach Mark Tuchscherer has received Class 4A Coach of the Year. The Minnesota Basketball Coaches Association named Tuchscherer for the award. The ninth-year Rebels coach led the navy-and-silver t...Read More
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A game five years in the making came down to a couple of relief pitchers coming through and key hits in Armstrong’s victory over rival Cooper on Friday. “A lot of different guys played big roles, and that’s kind of what’s been going on with us throughout the season,” Falcons co...Read More
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By Chris Chesky Murphy News Service Melvin Wilson first immigrated to the United States from Liberia when he was six years old. His parents were not with him, he lived with a stranger whom he believed to be his grandmother and he called the friends he was closest with his cousins and older women his...Read More
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Sending one player to a college hoops program is an accomplishment for any high school hoops program. How about five players? Six of Armstrong’s five senior boys basketball players will continue their hoops careers at the next level. Sean Burns signed to play at Division II Minnesota-Duluth offici...Read More
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So far so good on the pitching mound for Champlin Park. With two key pitchers graduated in Trevor Kiminski and Brandon Rushmeyer, the Rebels enter the 2015 baseball season with some questions on the mound. Fortunately Brian McGill and Aaron Kloeppner have delivered as starters in the young season af...Read More
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