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Mustang defeats White Bear in first section game nailbiter

Maddy Rosenow, Sports Editor

October 28, 2013


Filed under Sports

Friday night’s game was the epitome of playoff football. It may not have been the highest scoring game, but it was full of action nevertheless. The Mustangs defeated the Bears of White Bear Lake 14-13 in overtime. The Bears would get their first and final touchdown of regulation with five minutes ...

Mustangs trample Raiders on the way to broken records

Maddy Rosenow, Sports Editor

October 20, 2013


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Wednesday night's game against the Roseville Raiders was one for the record books. Literally. Coach Jim Galvin got his 100th career win as the head coach of the Mustangs, and Matt Hunt, 12, rushed for a school record of six touchdowns in a single game. However, all this was no easy feat. The Raiders...

New coach brings girls’ soccer team to state

Nathaniel Nikoi, Staff Writer

October 17, 2013


Filed under Sports

Finishing with a 9-8-0 record in the regular season and losing in the first game of sections last season was a rough way to end 2012-2013 for the Mounds View Girls Soccer program. Things were to change for the better come 2013-2014 when a new coach, Terri Patraw, a previous coach for Arizona State Unive...

Mustangs chased home in embarrassing defeat by WBL

Maddy Rosenow, Sports Editor

October 13, 2013


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After an embarrassing loss to White Bear Lake on Friday, Mounds View fans had to have been thankful they wore camo. The Bears delivered a trouncing 25-45 loss, making the camouflage perfect for Mustang fans hiding their identity as they ducked out of the White Bear parking lot. Prior to the game, Mounds View had ...

Back in the game: Emily Boyer overcomes ACL injury

Jacob Reisdorfer, Staff Writer

October 10, 2013


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It seems like ages since sophomore midfielder Emily Boyer has seen the field. Last year she tore her ACL in a game against East Ridge and has been rehabbing ever since to make it back out on the field. The road has been rough, but her persistence is paying off as the final goal of a comeback is here. ...

Mustangs trample Ponies in double OT

Mustangs trample Ponies in double OT

Josh Yuan, Staff Writer

October 2, 2013


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On a warm, energetic Friday night, students got the results they wanted as the Mounds View football team won in dramatic fashion in double overtime on Homecoming night. Fans from the student section stormed the field after Stillwater failed to score on fourth down in the second overtime giving the Mu...

Boys soccer starts season 4-3-1

Boys soccer starts season 4-3-1

Caroline Sullivan and Mikayala Toninato

September 19, 2013


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Every team’s mindset going into the season is to make it to state. With only five returning varsity players the boys, soccer team is working hard to make this dream a reality. “We’ve been working alot on moving the ball in attacking one-third of the field and having several players join in the a...

Mustangs crush Park-Cottage Grove on a balmy beach night

Mustangs crush Park-Cottage Grove on a balmy beach night

Maddy Rosenow, Sports Editor

September 8, 2013


Filed under Sports, Sports Score, Top Stories

The Mustangs were catching waves of touchdowns during Friday night’s beach themed game. The boys started their home season off with a crushing 48-17 victory over Park-Cottage Grove. Matt Hunt, 12, started the scoring off for the Mustangs. Hunt ran in for a touchdown five minutes into the first quarte...

Mounds View takes baseball state championship

Phoebe Ke, Editor-In-Chief

June 28, 2013


Filed under News, Sports

As a flood of white-and-green-clad high school boys piled in celebration at Target Field, June 17, fans of the Mounds View boy’s baseball team cheered alongside the coaches. In the Class 3A baseball state championship game, the team won 8-0 against Rocori High School. Defeating Forest Lake and Coon Rapids i...

Strength unseen by statistics

Jered Everson, Staff Writer

May 31, 2013


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Like most spring sports, the 2013 Mustang softball season got off to a shaky start due to the bizarre continuation of winter weather.  In a sport that relies heavily on outdoor practice, the girls had to play “catch-up” for the majority of the season. While a regular season record of 7-11 is resp...

Athlete of the Issue: Jenna Olson

Athlete of the Issue: Jenna Olson

Maddy Rosenow, Sports Editor

May 31, 2013


Filed under Sports

Jenna Olson, 12, has made an impact on the varsity lacrosse team since sophomore year. Olson was named All-Conference and team MVP as a sophomore and was part of the 2010 team that beat Stillwater to advance to the State Tournament. Olson continues to be one of the team’s top scorers and plans to con...

Gays in sports: A whole new ballgame

Mitchell LeMay, Staff Writer

May 21, 2013


Filed under Editorials, Sports

For homosexual athletes, hiding their sexuality is a constant struggle. The age-old taboo that athletes can’t be gay is finally coming under examination for the first time on a national stage. With more and more competitors coming out at all levels, it may be time for society to re-define the idea of ...

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