Sports

Tue
16
Oct

Boys and girls soccer section tournament roundup

Section tournaments got underway the second week of October for both boys and girls high school soccer. Teams from across the state battled for a spot in the state tournament.

Mon
15
Oct

SNAPSHOTS: A little friendly competition helps everyone

The West St. Paul Police Department and South Metro Fire Department held a friendly little game of hockey Oct. 6 that was more than just a chance for the departments to go head-to-head.

Mon
15
Oct

Home constructed in Maplewood for homeless women veterans

“You use phrases like ‘You should thank a veteran,’ or maybe, ‘Support the troops’ and ‘We’re a veteran-friendly organization,’ and those are great phrases, and as a veteran myself, I really feel good about hearing things like that,” said Jon Lova

Mon
15
Oct

Monthly highlight from School District 622

Imagine a program where students are motivated to read and feel good about learning. Classes are small, energy is high, and students are taught through an interactive and culturally relevant curriculum. 

Mon
15
Oct

North boys soccer continues to roll

The Simley varsity boys soccer team traveled to North St. Paul on Sept. 25 to face the North Polars. North has dominated Simley in past seasons, and that dominance continued as the Polars took down the Spartans 4-0 at Polar Field. 

Mon
15
Oct

Simley football upsets undefeated Tartan

The Tartan high school football team traveled to Simley Sept. 28, with hopes to continue its impressive undefeated season. 

Mon
15
Oct

Tartan football finding success with second-year coach

St. Thomas Academy has hired Dan O’Brien as the Cadets’ head football coach and program head.

Fri
12
Oct

Roseville-based speedskaters hit the North Shore

Midway speedskaters, who train at the Roseville OVAL, brought home the hardware after the Northshore Inline Marathon in Duluth on Sept. 15. 

Tue
04
Sep

School District 622 Community Education receives grant from USA Swimming Foundation

​School ​District 622 Community Education was chosen as one of 151 Make a Splash Local Partner programs in the U.S. to receive grant funding from the USA Swimming Foundation in 2018.

Sun
29
Jul

Swinging for the fences to cure ALS


courtesy of John Cronin • Last year’s ALS Wiffleball Tournament raised just over $3,100 for the ALS Association. West St. Paul resident John Cronin took a backyard favorite and turned it into a tournament to raise funds and awareness for the disease.

What started off with four teams in a backyard has turned into an all-day, annual wiffleball tournament, but the goal has remained the same: to raise money to help find a cure for ALS.

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