Review Area Sports

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

Wed
02
Apr

First-year Tartan track and field coach looking forward to success with returnees

The Tartan returnees to the boys track and field squads will be greeted by an unfamiliar face: new Titans head coach Karl Ermisch.

Wed
02
Apr

Softball: Pioneers looking to gain top honors

The Hill-Murray Pioneers will be sporting a new softball coach this season. But though she’s new to Hill-Murray, Donny Kealy has had plenty of softball coaching experience, most recently at his own alma mater, Totino-Grace.

Wed
02
Apr

Boys golf: Hill-Murray looking for right combination to repeat as CSC champions

The Hill-Murray Pioneers have high hopes of repeating as the Classic Suburban Conference boys golf champions, but head coach Kris Oftedahl knows there are plenty of others waiting in the wings to put up better scores.

Wed
02
Apr

Boys basketball: Tartan holds annual boys basketball awards

On March 27, the Tartan boys basketball team gathered one more time to celebrate a very successful season.
In addition to varsity cagers celebrating their 23-7 record, Section 4AAAA championship and brief trip to the 2014 state tournament, the Tartan JV team, the “B” squad and the freshman teams were in attendance to receive awards.

Mon
24
Mar

Undefeated Johnson Como 10U Girls Win Championship

The Johnson Como 10U girls hockey team was victorious against Lakeville 4 to 3 on March 15, and over Hastings Blue, 2 to 1 on March 16, in which they held up to a 5 on 3 power play.  This victory handed them the championship.

Thu
20
Mar

Boys hockey: North St. Paul B1 Bantams having a great year


Pictured, front row, left to right: Nick Burshten, Nathan Conroy and Max Rossman. Middle row: Ben Herman, Austin Vandell, Kearby Larson, Jack Smith, Jake Edmunds, Jeffrey Schmidt and Joe Reubish. Back row: Coach Zach Denny, Coach Logan Schmidt, Ryan Stokes, Michael Ettlinger, Josh Korngable, Kevin Pilarski, Jake Kubiatowicz, Noah Smith, Dale Coggin, Coach Mike Simmons and Coach Kevin Burshten. (submitted photo)

The North St. Paul boys hockey program looks like it is in good shape down the road. This season the North St. Paul B1 Bantam team (ages 13-15) is on a roll. Recently they capped winning efforts by going 4-0 in the Northern Regional Tournament and qualified for a berth in the State Tournament.

Mon
17
Mar

Boys basketball: Titans trip to the "State" short lived


With a determined effort that added 15 points to the Titan slate, Tartan freshman guard Jordan Horn (23) drives in for the shot against Hopkins in quarterfinal state Class AAAA action. The Titans lost 58-70 to Hopkins at Target Center March 12. (photos by Linda Baumeister/Review)

Loyal Tartan fans cheer on their boys basketball team at Target Center during their spring break vacation.

Tartan senior center Brody Jackson (45) puts up a shot on his way to 15 points in the Minnesota State Boys Class AAAA Basketball Tournament quarterfinal against #1 ranked Hopkins March 12.

Hopkins tries to tie up Tartan freshman forward Emanuel Humphrey (34) during state action at Target Center.

Hopkins 70 - Tartan 58
The Tartan Titans and the Hopkins Royals were still rubbing sleep out of their eyes when they tipped the ball at 10 a.m. Wednesday, March 12, in the opening game of the 2013 Minnesota State Class AAAA Boys Basketball Tournament at Target Center.

Mon
17
Mar

Girls Basketball: On their way to Class AAA state tourney, Simley ends Hill-Murray's season

Simley 64 - Hill-Murray 52

In the semifinals of Section 4AAA girls basketball playoffs, the Simley Spartans closed out Hill-Murray with some talented offense and a torrid defense.

Thu
06
Mar

Boys basketball: Titans win Section 4AAAA


Tartan freshman guard Jordan Horn (23) puts up a shot against the Polars. Horn added 11 points to the Titan 66-61 win at North High Feb. 18. (Linda Baumeister/Review)

Tartan heads to state tournament
In the Section 4 AAAA boys basketball finals March 5, the No.1-seeded Woodbury Royals met No. 3-seeded Tartan Titans played a torrid, hotly-contested game at East Ridge High School. The Tartan five jumped to an early lead and, despite stiff opposition, never relinquished it. The Titans' stifling defense shut off an almost equally stubborn Woodbury offense to secure a hard-fought 90-78 triumph.
The victory over the Royals won the Titans a trip to the Class AAAA boys State Tournament, which begins March 12 at the Target Center in downtown Minneapolis.

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