Review Area Sports

Tartan High School Titans Sports, North St. Paul Polars Sports, Hill-Murry High School Pioneers Sports

Thu
25
Sep

Lights at Polar Field: Spectators not only can see the light, but the action on the field


A new, brighter lighting system is illuminating North Stadium this autumn. The old lights, which were installed in 1965, had become so unreliable that fans and players were sometimes plunged into darkness during games. (Linda Baumeister/Review)

North High activities director Jed Helwig recently admitted he wasn't sure what really happened to fix the failing overhead lights at Polar Field, but he said it certainly was a huge success.

Thu
25
Sep

Football: Mahtomedi stops Polars - Hill-Murray halts St. Tomas Cadets - Tartan falls to Sibley

The local football teams were all on the road for games Friday, Sept. 19.

North High traveled to Mahtomedi and took it on the chin 33-18, and Tartan was at Henry Sibley and lost 14-8.

Thu
25
Sep

Volleyball: It wasn't easy but Pioneers prevail over Tartan

The Hill-Murray Pioneers volleyball squad traveled to Tartan Sept. 18, for a contest that promised to be well worth the cost of admittance.

Thu
18
Sep

Girls tennis: Polars blank Titans


Tartan junior Ashley Howard returns a volley in first singles action. The Titans lost 7-0 at North High Sept. 11. (Linda Baumesiter/Review)

Tartan freshman Sierra Kargbo follows through on a return during second singles action at North Sept. 11. (Linda Baumesiter/Review)

North High junior first singles Taylor Thiets follows through on a volley during home action, a 7-0 win over the Titans Sept. 11. (Linda Baumesiter/Review)

North High junior Katie Roberto reaches for a volley during second singles action against Tartan. (Linda Baumesiter/Review)

When any North High and Tartan teams play each, there's always an added sense of anticipation and excitement about the contest.

Wed
17
Sep

Raiders bop Titan VBers

In the opening of the Metro East Conference volleyball season, the newest member -- the Hastings Raiders -- didn't waste much time serving notice that there was now another powerhouse in the mix.

Wed
17
Sep

Pioneers push past Raiders, Polars fall to Cadets

Play in the Metro East Conference moved into the third week of the 2014 season. The Hastings Raiders traveled to Maplewood and were overrun by the Hill-Murray Pioneers, 36-14, and St. Thomas Academy marched into North St.

Wed
10
Sep

Boys soccer: Polars rout Pioneers

Nick Gilbert records hat trick
Behind the three-goal scoring attack of captain Nick Gilbert - he also added an assist for a four-point game - the North High Polars routed rival Hill-Murray.

Wed
10
Sep

Girls tennis: Tartan facing a rebuilding year

The Tartan High School girls tennis forces have already begun the season and are feeling some growing pains.
Tartan veteran coach Larry Fronczak said, “We have many new players who have not had any varsity playing experience.”

Wed
10
Sep

Football: Pioneers stop Polars, 36-18


Hill-Murray senior quarterback Sam Westby (13) stiff arms Polar defense on his way to a 3rd quarter touchdown. The Pioneers won 36-18 at North Sept. 5. (Linda Baumeister/Review)

the North High Polars play their first home game of the season against Hill-Murray under their new stadium lights. (Linda Baumeister/Review)

North High junior running back Isaiah Koran (16) eludes Hill-Murray defense until being tackled out of bounds in the first quarter. The Polars lost 36-18 to the Pioneers Sept. 5. (Linda Baumesiter/Review)

As the high school football teams wrapped up the second games of the 2014 season, the visiting Hill-Murray Pioneers took control Friday night to defeat North in a high-scoring contest.
Tartan was on the road at St. Thomas Academy, and the Cadets quickly discovered they were able to march right through the Titans’ defense.

Wed
10
Sep

Girls cross country: Polars hoping to run away from competition this fall

The North High girls cross country team hopes to move up one more spot in the conference standings this season.
A year ago the cross country running corps finished second in the Classic Suburban Conference.

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