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Scoring is a sure-fire way to make fans jump from their seats. Big hits and flashy saves can have the same effect, but in girls hockey, the hitting is minimal – and illegal – and the goaltender must face the kind of shots required for a stellar stop. So scoring it is for Red Wing, which, after a 9-2 win over Mahtomedi Tuesday evening, has pumped in 21 goals in three easy victories to start the season. But everyone knew the Wingers would be able to score. Red Wing returned the top scoring line in the state, including the top goal-scorer in Nicole Schammel.
The first half of last season was not particularly fruitful for the Red Wing boys hockey team. The Wingers, coming off a .500 record the year before, were in a tailspin from the get-go. It took until a Dec.
For three consecutive seasons, the Red Wing girls hockey team has appeared in the Class A state tournament.
Two individuals and three relay teams will represent the Red Wing girls swimming and diving team in Friday’s Section 1A finals at the Rochester Rec Center. Ingrid Olson placed 10th in the 50 freestyle in 25.51 seconds, and sixth in the 500 freestyle in 5 minutes, 32.59 seconds, more than four seconds better than her seed time. Ashley Thompson took 12th in the 200 individual medley in 2:23.39, and 10th in 100 breaststroke in 1:12.30. The top 16 times in each event qualified for the finals. The 200-yard medley relay team of Olson, Thompson, Carly Bois
Due to a WIAA rule, the top-seeded Ellsworth Panthers had to play a road game last week, taking on Black River Falls in a Division 4 playoff game. It was not a well-received notion that the Panthers would be giving up a home game, against one of the toughest opponents of the season, in just the second game of the playoffs. But Ellsworth responded by putting up big offensive numbers in a 38-33 victory, meaning the Panthers will return home Friday to take on M
NORTHFIELD – Emi Trost has run the gamut of emotions in her five state cross-country meets.
NORTHFIELD, Minn. – The game plan for the Red Wing boys cross-country team was to be patient, to save some gas for the final mile-and-a-half of Saturday’s Class AA state meet at St.
Don’t let the lack of towers at the Cannon Falls High School football field fool you. The light bulb went on for the Bombers about two weeks ago. Now Cannon Falls hopes Rochester Lourdes doesn’t know where the light switch is. “We’ve thought we’ve been a good team all year, and things just didn’t go our way,” Cannon Falls head coach Josh Hofstedt said. “We’ve kind of ironed out some of those wrinkles that have been hurting us all year, and we’ve got a good fit personnel-wise with our guys.
Led by top-ranked Wayzata, second-ranked Edina, as well as perennial contender and third-ranked Stillwater, all but three of the state’s top 10 teams will be in attendance at the Class AA state cross-country meet at St. Olaf College in Northfield. And while those teams harbor championship aspirations, the difference in expectations between last week’s Section 1AA meet, and Saturday’s state meet is like night and day for the Red Wing boys cross-country team.
Many of the names will be familiar, but only one is expected to win. When Cannon Falls senior Emi Trost toes the starting line at the Class A girls cross-country meet Saturday at St. Olaf College in Northfield, the logical conclusion would be that Trost will be the first to cross the finish line. Ranked No. 1 all season, Trost will be competing in her fifth state meet.