Maple Grove Senior Girls Varsity Basketball

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Girls Basketball: Cagers continue winning ways

Kylie Baranick and her Crimson are on a hot streak, having won 11 of their past 12 games. (Photo by Rich Moll) The Crimson have won 11 of their last 12 games to improve to 16-4. Their only loss during that stretch was to No. 2 Wayzata. Against Spring Lake Park, the Crimson trailed 21-20

Girls Basketball: Red hot Crimson dominate Orioles 69-33

Maple Grove dominated visiting Osseo 69-33 in a Northwest Suburban Conference girls’ basketball game Friday, Jan. 18. The red hot Crimson built a 37-14 halftime lead and cruised to their eighth win in the last nine outings. Jordyn Lamker led with 20 points, Kelley Kloncz followed with 12 points, Kylie Baranick 11 points, Abby Schulte

Girls Basketball: Team rolling through season’s first half (VIDEO)

Video courtesy of CCX Sports The Maple Grove girls basketball team is rolling. A young Crimson team lost its first two games this season but they’ve won ten of their past eleven. The confidence level is growing as newcomers to the varsity find their roles. Maple Grove gets a big test Wednesday as they face

Girls Basketball: Start a winning streak

After opening the season with two losses, the Maple Grove girls’ basketball team has won four straight to improve to 4-2. The Crimson started the win streak with a 38-25 win over Minnetonka Dec. 4 They then defeated Rogers 66-55, Champlin Park 73-64 and Andover 39-20…. [Click here for more from Bob San and Press

Girls Basketball: Building on 2018 State Tournament bid (VIDEO)

Video courtesy of CCX Sports The Maple Grove girls basketball team will have a lot of new faces this season. They return two starters from a team that reached the state Class AAAA tournament. Junior Abby Schulte and sophomore Jordyn Lamker will lead a young group. Quite a few sophomores will get playing time for

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

MGSH congratulates inaugural Crimson Hall of Fame honorees

The Crimson Hall of Fame Selection Committee, made up of administrators, teachers, coaches, advisors, and community members, is proud to announce the first inductees into the Maple Grove Senior High Hall of Fame. Your Class of 2018 is: Craig Hansen, Chad Morse, Tia (Battle) Osei, Sonja Tengblad, and CJ Woodrow. Craig Hansen (1996-2011) was the

Girls Basketball: Theis headed to St. Cloud State (VIDEO)

Video courtesy of CCX Sports Maple Grove girls basketball player Katrina Theis has committed to play college ball at St. Cloud State University. Theis, a three-year letterwinner and two-time all-conference player for the Crimson, led her team in rebounds and was second in scoring. Theis had the third-highest single season point total in Crimson history

Signing Day: Martinez, Iverson and Theis put pen to paper (VIDEO)

Congratulations to our senior student-athletes who signed their NLI today! Blake Iverson (middle)– Track/Cross Country at South Dakota State University Maia Martinez (right) – Hockey at Union College (NY) Katrina Theis (left) – Basketball at St. Cloud State University

National Signing Day: April 11th

You are invited to attend National Signing Day at MGSH with us on Wednesday, April 11th at 7:00 AM in the main gym. We will honor the following student-athletes who are signing their National Letters of Intent to play collegiate athletics. Blake Iverson – Track/Cross Country at South Dakota State University Maia Martinez – Hockey at Union