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Carter Otto's memorable performance for Elk River leads Athletes of the Week for Nov. 4-9

By JIM PAULSEN, Star Tribune 11/11/2019, 5:45pm CST

Also recognized: Jojo Jorgenson (Minnetonka swimming), Paige Loidholt (Armstrong/Cooper hockey), Kate Long (Wayzata volleyball), Jaice Miller (Champlin Park football), Tyler Schiller (Hutchinson football), and Johnny Shabaz (Lakeville South football).

Wayzata knocks off No.1 Eagan to win 3A championship

By JIM PAULSEN, Star Tribune 11/09/2019, 7:00pm CST

Sophie Jesewitz had 25 kills and Kate Long had 20 for the Trojans, who won their first volleyball state title.

Stewartville lives up to top billing, wins 2A championship

By HEATHER RULE, Special to the Star Tribune 11/09/2019, 5:30pm CST

The Tigers, the top-seeded and top-ranked team in their class, defeated defending state champion North Branch in five sets.

Minneota wins second consecutive 1A championship

By JIM PAULSEN, Star Tribune 11/09/2019, 4:15pm CST

The Vikings defeated Waterville-Elysian-Morristown in three sets.

North Branch reverts to five-set approach to get back to 2A final

By HEATHER RULE, Special to the Star Tribune 11/08/2019, 9:45pm CST

The Vikings, tested by five-set matches en route to the 2018 championship, battled back to defeat unseeded Belle Plaine.

2A: Stewartville outlasts Concordia Academy in five sets

By HEATHER RULE, Special to the Star Tribune 11/08/2019, 7:30pm CST

The Tigers' Erin Lamb and the Beacons' Kira Fallert put on a display of dueling kill shots in a closely contested match.

Waterville-Elysian-Morristown sweeps Medford for shot at another 1A title

By HEATHER RULE, Special to the Star Tribune 11/08/2019, 5:30pm CST

The Buccaneers used 7-0 runs in each of the first two sets to assert control of what had been fairly even play between the two teams.

Defending 1A champ Minneota stumbles, then rumbles to championship game

By JIM PAULSEN, Star Tribune 11/08/2019, 3:00pm CST

The Vikings lost the first set to Fosston before winning the next three behind strong play from Natalie Rolbiecki, who had 17 kills for the Vikings. and Abby and Morgan Hennen, each with 13.

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