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Boys Soccer: Crimson go 1-2 last week

Crimson defender Jack Dorholt (left) tries to keep pace with a Totino Grace forward. (Photo by Rich Moll) The Maple Grove boys’ soccer team finished a busy week of soccer with one win and two losses, bringing its record to 8-3-1 and leaving them tied for second with three other teams in the North Suburban

Cross Country: Crimson runners participate in Roy Griak Invite

Junior CJ Young led the Maple Grove boys’ cross country team in a field of 483 runners, placing 34th in the Gold Race at the 33rd annual Roy Griak Invitational at the University of Minnesota’s Les Bolstad Golf Course Saturday, September 29th. This prestigious invitational attracts outstanding college and high school teams from across the

Girls Soccer: CCX Sports Jam Interview (VIDEO)

Video courtesy of CCX Sports In this week’s Sports Jam Interview we caught up with Maple Grove soccer players Maddie Rayta & Mannon McMahon, and head coach Ben LeVahn as the Crimson build momentum into the last week of the regular season.

Winter Sports Registration Open Now

Winter sports registration is open! In order to register for a winter sport you need to have an updated sports physical on file in the Activities Office. The 2018-2019 MSHSL Sports Physical Form can be found here: MSHSL Sports Physical 2018-2019 Registration is done through FeePay. Instructions can be found at the top right under More -> Registration.  

All Teams Schedule: Week of Oct 01 – Oct 07

Oct 01 Boys Freshman Soccer vs. Coon Rapids High School Coon Rapids 4:00 pm | Maple Grove Senior High School Oct 01 Boys Freshman Football B at Eden Prairie High School Eden Prairie 4:30 pm | Eden Prairie High School Oct 01 Boys Junior Varsity Soccer vs. Armstrong High School Armstrong 5:00 pm | Maple

Girls Tennis: Best Osseo 5-2, fall to Elk River 3-4

(Photo courtesy of Crimson Tennis) The girls varsity tennis team battled Northwest Suburban Conference foes Osseo and Elk River last week, splitting the matches. Maple Grove defeated Osseo 5-2 on Wednesday at Osseo. Winning singles matches for the Crimson were: freshman Zoe Adkins (6-0) (6-0), and sophomore Grace Bakke (6-0) (6-1). The Crimson swept doubles matches led by seniors Victoria Epshteyn and Maria Shoults who combined for a (6-0)