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Gymnastics: Results from Breck Invitational

Maple Grove took second place out of nine teams at the Breck Invitational gymnastics meet on Saturday, February 3. Scores and top finishers are as follows: Maple Grove’s second place team score was 144.65 to Champlin Park’s first place score of 145.75. Vault 4. Sasha Thompson 9.15 26. Nadia Abid & Sarah Abeln 8.5 29. Emma Eungard

Gymnastics: Results from Andover/Blaine Meet

Maple Grove continued to be undefeated in another meet on Thursday, February 1 against Andover and Blaine with scores of 145.175 to 130.625 and 115.450, respectively. Top finishers were: Vault Nadia Abid 9.35 Sasha Thompson 9.225 Kiarra Poling 9.05 Bars Nadia Abid 9.0 Emma Eungard 8.9 Gabby Thull 8.7 Beam Nadia Abid 9.45 Sasha Thompson

Boys Swim & Dive: Come from behind to edge Blaine in final relay

Daniel Baltes is one of the Maple Grove swimmers who swam on the winning 400 free relay team in the meet against Blaine. (Photo courtesy of Maple Grove Swim and Dive) The Maple Grove boys’ swim and dive team came from behind to defeat Blaine Bengals 94-92 last Thursday night in Blaine. The Crimson started

Girls Hockey: Team turns doubts into success

Julia Pias and her Maple Grove hockey team is riding a 14-game unbeaten streak. The Crimson are ranked No. 5 in the state. (Photo by Rich Moll) They started the season with doubts and uncertainties, but it didn’t’ take long for members of the Maple Grove girls’ hockey team to realize that everything would be

Fishing: Beating the Winter Blues

  Photos and essay courtesy of Coach Jeff Peterson We are now set in the dead of winter. Most of our fishing opportunities come as we punch 8” holes through the 2′ of ice that we now walk upon. This year the ice has been really good for three particular members of the Crimson Fishing

National Signing Day: February 7th

You are invited to attend National Signing Day at MGSH with us on Wednesday, February 7th at 7:00 AM in the main gym. We will honor the following athletes who are signing their National Letters of Intent to play collegiate athletics. Zyah Alam – Soccer at University of North Dakota JT Awosika – Football at

Gymnastics: Defeat Anoka 146.65 to 143.40

Grace Ducosin (pictured above) competes on the balance beam. Maple Grove won yet another dual meet on Thursday, January 25th against Anoka 146.65 to 143.40. Top finishers were: Vault Olivia Hjelm 9.525 Sasha Thompson 9.45 Nadia Abid 9.3 Bars Nadia Abid 9.125 Emma Eungard 8.875 Gabby Thull 8.55 Beam Nadia Abid 9.65 Emma Eungard 9.25 Sasha

Girls Hockey: Defeats Hill-Murray, extends unbeaten streak to 14 games

Maple Grove junior Mannon McMahon breaks out of the defensive zone against Hill-Murray Thursday night. The Crimson defeated the Pioneers 3-1 in Maple Grove. (Photo by Jeff Lawler, SportsEngine) After Maple Grove tied Edina 3-3 in late December in the Walser Invitational championship, Crimson junior goaltender Lucy Morgan had faith in her team, which was

Boys Basketball: Blow by Tornadoes 68-46

Maple Grove’s Jordan Stensland (pictured above) scored 13 of his game-high 19 points in the first half as the Crimson jumped out to an early lead on Anoka and never looked back. The Crimson scored 25 points off of 21 Anoka turnovers, including drawing four offensive charges on the Tornadoes. Stensland led all scorers with 19 points

Girls Hockey: Blank OPC, extend unbeaten string to 12 games

OPC defenders can only watch as Crimson Maia Martinez and Tristana Tatur come in for a goal. (Photo by Rich Moll) Maple Grove blanked Osseo/Park Center 7-0 in girls’ hockey action Jan. 20 at Brooklyn Park Community Center. The win extended the Crimson’s unbeaten streak to 12 games. Their last loss was a 2-1 defeat