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After a 42-6 victory over Brooklyn Center two weeks ago, it’s hard to imagine Columbia Heights getting stronger than that. But that was exactly the case for the Hylanders as David Dixon and D’Aireus Mock continued their outstanding seasons by completely dismantling St. Paul Humboldt and leading Columbia Heights to a 49-6 victory to remain [...]

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Hoping to turn heads and possibly shrug off some early season negative juju, the Fridley Tigers went into the Keller Invitational volleyball tournament knowing there was going to be a big challenge — and potentially big rewards. The Tigers ended up in Bracket Pool C, a tough bracket in which they ran up against Tartan [...]

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If you are a fan of football and you happened to catch the game between Totino-Grace and Hopkins, you probably left feeling like your morning cup of coffee just got paid for by the car ahead of you. If you weren’t there, let’s try to at least get you the aroma of the coffee. Hopkins [...]

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Totino-Grace opened up their season at home last week in front of a rowdy student section and an eager crowd to watch this young group of Eagles battle in the biggest class of football in the state. With a team nearly being completely re-built, the Eagles had a lot of questions to answer about themselves [...]

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The Youth Hockey Associations of Mounds View and Irondale have decided to co-op together for the next two seasons in hopes of providing the best competitive atmosphere for their players. Neither organization is a stranger to co-oping, as Irondale has been doing it for the last three seasons and Mounds View has been doing it [...]

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