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At the beginning of the 2018-19 high school boys hockey season, there was one major obstacle in Edina’s way, and that was defending state champion Minnetonka, the Hornets’ long-time Lake Conference rival.

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Holy Angels boys basketball won Thursday’s Section 3-3A title in comeback fashion against St. Thomas Academy 85-78 at Jefferson High School.

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Last week marked the second to last week of the winter sports season when girls basketball crowned its state champion, Hopkins went a perfect 31-0 to win the big-school title on Saturday night at Williams Arena.

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Edina fell behind early in its Section 2AAAA boys basketball playoff game against Eden Prairie and never recovered in a surprising 63-40 loss.

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Four seasons and four trips to state wrapped up with a second third-place trophy after Holy Angles downed Robbinsdale Cooper 78-69 on Saturday.

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After winning four gold medals in the State Class AA Aquatics Meet at the University of Minnesota, Edina High senior Peter Larson leads the All-Lake Conference swimming and diving list for 2018-19.

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James Schneider from Wayzata, who finished 10th in the State Boys Nordic Skiing Meet, heads the All-Lake Conference team for 2018-19.

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Holy Angels withstood a late rally by Fergus Falls to win its State Class 3A Girls Basketball Tournament opener 58-57 March 13 at the Joel Maturi Sports Pavilion.

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Tradition was on Edina’s side going into the State Class AA  Boys Hockey Tournament championship game Saturday, March 9, at Xcel Energy Center.

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In only two seasons of varsity football, Kennedy senior lineman Koffi Gbekle is headed to Northern State University to strap on the pads as part of the NCAA Division II program that competes in the Northern Sun Interscholastic Conference.

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The State Class AA Boys Hockey Tournament finalists, Edina (27-2-1) and Eden Prairie (19-9-2), have played three previous times this season, with Edina winning 6-1, 5-2 and 7-2.

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Four senior forwards and a sophomore goalie led the No. 1-seeded Edina High boys hockey team to a 4-2 win over unseeded Moorhead in the first round of the State Class AA Tournament Thursday, March 7, at Xcel Energy Center.