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Girls Tennis: Roll through Roseville 6-1

Senior Victoria Epshteyn wins her #2 singles match and gets congratulations from her Roseville opponent. (Photo courtesy of Crimson tennis) The girls varsity tennis team battled north metro foe Roseville at the Fridley Lifetime on Monday and took home a 6-1 victory. Winning singles matches for the Crimson were: freshman Zoe Adkins (6-1) (6-0), senior Victoria Epshteyn (7-6) (6-1), senior Maria Shoults (6-3) (7-6)

Weekly Activity Schedule: Sept 24 – Sept 30

Sep 24 Boys Freshman Soccer at Anoka High School Anoka 4:00 pm | Anoka High School Sep 24 Girls Junior Varsity Tennis vs. Roseville High School Roseville 4:00 pm | Maple Grove Senior High School Sep 24 Girls Varsity Tennis at Roseville High School Roseville 4:00 pm | Roseville Area High School Sep 24 Boys

Girls Tennis: Fall to Breck 3-4

The girls varsity tennis team battled metro powerhouse Breck and suffered a tough 3-4 loss on Friday. Bright spots for the Crimson were singles winner freshman Zoe Adkins (6-0) (6-0) (above), doubles winners senior Victoria Epshteyn and senior Maria Shoults (below), and singles victor sophomore Grace Bakke.    

Football: Hull claims Crimson all-time rushing record

Senior running back Evan Hull, who currently leads the state in rushing yards, inked his name in the Crimson record books on Friday night. In a 17-7 loss to Burnsville, Hull ran for 157 yards and a TD, surpassing Crimson great Ethan Magstadt who racked up 3,050 yards from 2005-2007. Despite getting minimal carries as

Crimson Hall of Fame Class of 2018 honored

Photo credit to Dr. Bart Becker (@MGSHPrincipal) Congratulations to the Crimson Hall of Fame Class of 2018 pictured above. From left to right, the inaugural class honorees are: Sonja Tengblad (2006) represented by her parents, Chad Morse (1999), CJ Woodrow (1999), Tia (Battle) Osei (2001), and Craig Hansen (1996-2011). Click here to read about each of our 2018

Volleyball: Sweep Armstrong 3-0 (VIDEO)

Video courtesy of CCX Sports The Maple Grove volleyball team beat Armstrong Thursdsay night in three close sets. The Crimson won 25-22, 28-26, 25- 23. The win put Maple Grove back on the winning track after losses to Waconia and Elk River.

Girls Swim and Dive: Remain undefeated in the pool

The Girls Swimming and Diving swam away with their 5th consecutive dual meet victory over Spring Lake Park Panthers winning 143 to 43.  The depth of the 2018 squad was key for the Crimson as many girls have been battling illness this last week, and many were not able to compete against the Panthers. As

Boys Swim and Dive: Informational Meeting

Interested in swimming and/or diving with the Crimson Boys Swim & Dive team? An informational meeting for new and prospective boys & parents will be held on Monday, October 1st, 2018 at 7:00 PM in the Forum Room at Maple Grove High School. For further information about the team, check out our website at:   http://mgboysswimanddive.weebly.com/

Cross Country: Teams compete at Metro Invite

Near tropical fall weather created challenging conditions for the Maple Grove Crimson harriers as they competed in the Metro Invitational in Eden Prairie Saturday, September 15th. Despite a relatively small field of nine teams, the meet lived up to its reputation of featuring state-level competition teams and individuals, with both the Crimson boys and girls