Maple Grove Senior Boys Varsity Lacrosse

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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

Boys Lacrosse: Team splits with Anoka and OPC

Maple Grove defeated Anoka and lost to Osseo/Park Center in last week’s boys’ lacrosse action. The Crimson are 3-3 for the season. The Crimson, playing under new head coach Mike Mawdsley this season, routed Anoka 14-5 May 2. Drew Heisler led a balanced attack with four goals. Riley Cassibo followed with three goals and Jake

Boys LAX: Net first win vs Totino-Grace (VIDEO)

Video courtesy of CCX Sports The Maple Grove Crimson boys lacrosse team won for the first time this season Wednesday. They beat Totino-Grace 10-5 after building a 3-0 lead early. Riley Cassibo scored three goals for Maple Grove and Drew Heisler added two.

Boys LAX: Welcome new Head Coach Mike Mawdsley

We would like to welcome Mike Mawdsley to the Crimson Family as our new Head Boys Lacrosse Coach. Mike played Division 1 Lacrosse at Sacred Heart University, where he was a four-year starting attackman. He finished his career 4th all-time in goals scored and 8th in points. After his successful college career, he returned home to Canada where

Boys LAX: Dugan honored as Mr. Lacrosse finalist

The Mr. and Ms. Lacrosse Award, presented by the Minnesota Minute Men, is given to Minnesota’s most outstanding senior boys’ and girls’ lacrosse players and is selected by a panel of high school/club coaches, officials, and select media members from the state. Maple Grove senior Jack Dugan (#22 above) was honored on Thursday as one of

Boys LAX: Wayzata tops Maple Grove in weather-shortened tilt

Maple Grove senior Hunter House scoops up the ball under duress from a Wayzata defender. (Photo by Jeff Lawler, SportsEngine) “Get on the bus, let’s go home,” Wayzata coach Chad Herr said to his team. About an hour and 45 minutes elapsed since lightning first suspended play in the Section 8 final at Brooklyn Park with Wayzata leading

Boys LAX: Crimson advance with 15-7 win

The Crimson started quickly, taking a 5-0 lead at the end of the first quarter, in route to a decisive 15-7 victory in the Section 8 semifinals. A match up in the finals vs Wayzata on Wednesday, June 7th at Park Center awaits.

Boys LAX: Advance to semifinals with 20-2 win

The Crimson enter the stadium ready to go. (Photo courtesy of @mgcrimsonlax) The Crimson started quickly, taking a 6-0 lead at the end of the first quarter, in route to a decisive 20-2 over Buffalo in the Section 8 quarterfinals. A semifinal match up on Monday, June 5th at Crimson Stadium awaits.

Boys LAX: Host section opener Thursday

Jon Wells of Maple Grove advances against the Park Center defense. (Photo by Rich Moll) The undefeated (13-0) Crimson boys lacrosse team enters Section 8 play with a #1 seed. Their first game will be Thursday at 7:00, here at Crimson Stadium. They will play the winner of #9 Sartell-Sauk Rapids vs #8 Buffalo, who will play

Boys LAX: Push Coon Rapids aside, cap perfect 13-0 season

Jack Dugan (#22) scored his first of three goals for the Crimson. Maple Grove capped off an undefeated regular season with a convincing 20-2 win over Coon Rapids. (Photo by Cheryl Myers from SportsEngine) Nathan Kacer, Jack Dugan and Brennan Davison each recorded three goals to lead Maple Grove to a resounding 20-2 win over