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A soccer season that started in doubt and successfully avoided COVID-19 cancellations came to a bittersweet conclusion for both the Maple Grove girls’ and boys’ teams on Saturday.

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Last year’s section girls’ tennis championship match between Wayzata and Maple Grove was played in the palatial and climate-controlled confines of the Baseline Center on the University of Minnesota campus. The 2020 rematch was played under vastly different conditions, but unfortunately for t…

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After an impressive win over Edina in the season-opener, Maple Grove football coach Matt Lombardi cautioned his team that features more than a dozen underclassmen not to get too confident. The veteran coach noticed a few lackluster practices last week and wasn’t sure what to expect when his …

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The race to the section championship for the Maple Grove High School soccer teams had to wait at least a day due to a cruel mid-October trick from Mother Nature.

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The STMA Girls Tennis season ended after falling to Maple Grove High School in the semifinals of the Section 5AA tournament. It was the second year in a row that the season ended in a semifinal loss. With no individual tournament play available this year due to COVID, the 2020 season is offi…

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For the seventh consecutive season, the St. Michael-Albertville High School girl’s cross country team captured the Section 5AA team title. Ordinarily the team would be advancing  and competing at the State Cross Country Meet, but in this pandemic year, the season concluded with the Section 5…

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The STMA Girls Tennis Team made quick work of Park Center High School by winning 7-0 in its opening round of the Section 5AA tournament. This set up a quarter final match last Wednesday against rival and neighbor Rogers High School.  

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One week ago, the Maple Grove girls’ tennis team earned one of the biggest wins in school history against longtime nemesis Elk River. Last Thursday, the Crimson had a chance to “prove it” on their home court – and that’s exactly what they did.

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Like most everything these days, things are bit different for high school athletes. The Maple Grove High School swimming and diving team is experiencing that first-hand during a COVID-19 fall season. While there are inconveniences, the Crimson are adjusting and are simply happy to be competing.

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A COVID-shortened regular season also means a shortened post-season which this year will be limited to a section tournament and the STMA Girls Tennis Team has drawn the # 4 seed in the 16 team 5AA tournament. In any other year, the winner of this tournament would advance to the state tournam…