Maple Grove Senior Girls Varsity Cross Country

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Triple A Award Winners: Congrats Charlotte Rolfs and Tyler Burkum

Congratulations to Charlotte Rolfs (above right) and Tyler Burkum (above left) who have been honored as Maple Grove’s 2018-2019 Triple A Award Winners.  The Triple A Award was established in 1988 (Academics, Arts & Athletics – Triple A) and is sponsored by the Minnesota State High School League.   This award is given to high school seniors (one boy

Cross Country: Young and Caven qualify for State; Teams finish 3rd (VIDEO)

Video courtesy of CCX Sports The Boys and Girls Cross Country teams were in Anoka on Thursday for the Section 5AA individual and team championships. Juniors CJ Young and Charles Caven ran amazing races and qualified for State! Young finished 6th with a time of 16:03 followed by Caven at 16:04. The boys team earned a 3rd place finish, narrowly missing out on 2nd to STMA. Also scoring for

Cross Country: Teams finish 2nd in NWSC; Young wins boys race (VIDEO)

Video courtesy of CCX Sports The Crimson Cross Country teams were in Elk River on Wednesday for the Northwest Suburban Conference Championships, hoping to stay warm and bring home some hardware. The boys team, anchored by juniors CJ Young and Charles Caven earned a 2nd place team finish, narrowly losing the title to Armstrong. Young finished 1st

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

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