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Boys Soccer: Notches a 1-1 week

Kebba Janneh and the Crimson soccer boys are off to a 4-1 start. (Photo by Rich Moll) The Crimson boys’ soccer team went 1-1 in two home games this past week. The Crimson suffered their first loss of the season against a strong Centennial team by a 4-1 score on Sept. 3. They found themselves

Boys Soccer: Play Osseo to 0-0 draw (VIDEO)

Video courtesy of CCX Sports In a match-up of long-time rivals the Maple Grove and Osseo played to a scoreless tie in boys soccer Tuesday night. Each team had good scoring chances but neither side could score in regulation or overtime.

Boys Soccer: Begin season 3-0-0

The Maple Grove boys’ soccer team improved their record to 3-0-0 after two wins last week. The Crimson rallied to win at Rogers, a new team to the Northwest Suburban Conference, on Tuesday. Although there was an abundance of Maple Grove pressure and shots on goal, the Crimson found themselves down 2-0 at halftime. Maple

Boys Soccer: Young but talented squad opens with 4-0 win

Photo by Rich Moll The Maple Grove soccer boys kicked off their season at Crimson Stadium Aug. 22 with a 4-0 win against non-conference opponent Buffalo. With over half of the roster new to varsity, Maple Grove had to learn to work together quickly. The Crimson did not disappoint, mostly dominating the play no matter

Boys Soccer: Crimson eliminated in Section 8AA finals (VIDEO)

Video courtesy of CCX Sports The Maple Grove boys soccer team was eliminated from the playoffs in a shootout Tuesday night. The Crimson lost to St. Cloud Tech in the Section 8AA championship at St. Cloud State University. The teams played to a scoreless tie through regulation and two overtimes. Tech won the shootout 3-2

Boys Soccer: Crimson go 1-2 last week

Crimson defender Jack Dorholt (left) tries to keep pace with a Totino Grace forward. (Photo by Rich Moll) The Maple Grove boys’ soccer team finished a busy week of soccer with one win and two losses, bringing its record to 8-3-1 and leaving them tied for second with three other teams in the North Suburban

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

Boys Soccer: Undefeated streak ends at 6

Maple Grove upped its record to 6-0 after an away 2-0 at Spring Lake Park but saw its six-game winning streak end at Centennial last week. Scoring came early with junior Gavin Peterson leading the way with a goal off of a free kick from junior Riley Gill in the first two minutes of the

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

Boys Soccer: Remain unbeaten

Will Zaver of the Crimson beats the Irondale goalie for his game-winning goal. (Photo by Rich Moll) The Maple Grove Crimson remain undefeated after coming out on top after their fifth game of the season at Blaine last week. Blaine scored first, but the Crimson answered back soon after when junior Gavin Peterson scored off