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The adage “people don’t know how much you until they know how much you care” holds true for Jack Negen. “The big key I focus on is the relationships piece,” Negen said. “That’s what I’m about.” The new Armstrong football coach wants to build team chemistry in order to help the team turn the corner [...]

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Intensity went up on the ice when Armstrong and Cooper hockey competed in their long hockey rivalry. As a newly-merged program, Armstrong-Cooper players have again brought intensity in competition but for a different goal rather than winning a rivalry hockey game. The players will compete for roster spots in November for a new team. It [...]

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Pat Neshek, a former Park Center baseball standout, had plenty of company for his first Major League Baseball All-Star Game on Tuesday at Target Field on the field. His younger brother, Paul, serves as a grounds crew worker for the Twins and has since the Metrodome days. He also worked on the field for Tuesday’s [...]

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Robbinsdale Little League baseball player Dillon O’Halloran, 10, had competed on astro turf before, but never under the open sky. O’Halloran played in one of three mini games for the grand opening of the MLB/Twins All-Star Field at Lee Park in Robbinsdale on Thursday, July 10. He, as many players did, enjoyed sliding on the [...]

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Champlin VFW baseball continued doing what they’ve been doing all season on Wednesday – winning at the plate. “We have good pitching, but we’re really swinging the bats,” Champlin coach Cory Davis said. To a tune of 11 runs on 15 hits for an 11-1 victory over DeLaSalle VFW. Hunter Yerks drove in three runs [...]

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