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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.

Second-seeded Wayzata sweeps past North St. Paul

By JIM PAULSEN, Star Tribune 11/08/2019, 12:30pm CST

The victory sets up a showdown for the Class 3A championship with No. 1 seed Eagan.

Undefeated Eagan holds off Minnetonka in five sets

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

The Wildcats took the fifth set 15-13 to defeat the upset-minded Skippers, who were making their first state tournament appearance since 1976.

2A: Belle Plaine defeats No. 2 seed Marshall in four sets; Concordia Academy, North Branch, Stewartville advance with sweeps

By HEATHER RULE, Special to the Star Tribune 11/07/2019, 8:45pm CST

Trailing 9-1 in the fourth set, Belle Plaine players regrouped in a huddle and rallied for the victory.

Unseeded North St. Paul sings, dances into the semis; Wayzata, Minnetonka, Eagan advance

By JIM PAULSEN, Star Tribune 11/07/2019, 1:45pm CST

The surprising Polars get the No. 2 seed Trojans on Friday while the Skippers play the always-strong Wildcats.

Class 1A: Fosston rallies twice to win; Medford, Waterville-Elysian-Morristown and Minneota sweep

By JIM PAULSEN and HEATHER RULE, Star Tribune 11/07/2019, 1:30pm CST

The semifinals are Friday at 1 p.m. and 3 p.m.

Stillwater's Maddie Whittington named Minnesota Ms. Baden Volleyball winner

By Star Tribune 11/07/2019, 12:00pm CST

The 6-3 senior has committed to play at the University of Illinois next year.

Freshness dots 3A volleyball field with a familiar state tournament favorite

By Jim Paulsen, Star Tribune 11/07/2019, 6:30am CST

North St. Paul, St. Louis Park and Elk River are each making their first Class 3A state tournament appearance. Minnetonka is back for the first time in 43 years. But perennial power Eagan is back. Plus a look at Class 2A and 1A favorites.

Holy Angels' Noah Hermanson leads Metro Athletes of the Week for Oct. 28-Nov. 2

By JIM PAULSEN, Star Tribune 11/04/2019, 2:00pm CST

Also recognized: Kaleb Blaha (Fridley), Emma Fournier (Maple Grove), Kirby Gilbertson (Park Center), Oscar Smythe (Edina), Analee Weaver (Stillwater) and Brooke Weichbrodt (Concordia Academy).

Photos: Eagan continues winning ways by dispatching East Ridge for Class 3A, Section 3 title

By Cheryl Myers, SportsEngine 11/02/2019, 8:00pm CDT

Kennedi Orr tallied a team-high 21 assists and 11 kills for the Wildcats and Sienna Ifill posted11 kills.

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