Roseville Area Sports

Tue
27
Jan

Double good news for RAHS girls basketball

Monica Burich
Monica Burich

Everyone in the gym knew what was at stake when the Roseville Area High School and White Bear Lake girls basketball teams squared off last Friday. Not everyone knew about the sub-plot in the game.

Tue
27
Jan

RAHS boys in thick of SEC hoops race

With a half-dozen games remaining, the Roseville Area High School boys basketball team is one of three teams vying for the Suburban East Conference championship. The Raiders began the week one game out of first place.

Thu
22
Jan

RAHS alumni update

Lee Stecklein
Lee Stecklein

Plenty of the high school athletes that are featured each week in the Review eventually make their way to the collegiate ranks.

Wed
21
Jan

Big games approaching for RAHS girls hockey, girls basketball

The Roseville Area High School girls hockey and girls basketball teams are at very different points of their seasons, but both have some big games coming up this week.

Girls hockey

Wed
14
Jan

Raiders vault to top of gymnastics rankings

A victory in its first meet of 2015 not only kept the Roseville Area High School gymnastics team's record unblemished, but also helped move the Raiders to the top of the Class AA rankings. Roseville took over the No. 1 spot in the rankings released Jan. 4.

Wed
14
Jan

Defense the name of the game for RAHS GBB

Through 11 games, the Roseville Area High School girls basketball team is giving up just a hair over 40 points per game. That kind of defense has helped the Raiders overcome some slower offensive nights.

Heading into this week, the Raiders have lost just once and are in the thick of the Suburban East Conference race.

Tue
06
Jan

Holiday tournament roundup

Monica Burich
Monica Burich

RAHS girls basketball claims another holiday title

Over the holidays, four teams from Roseville Area High School competed in tournaments. Here’s a look at how they did.

Tue
06
Jan

News and notes

Jesper Horsted
Jesper Horsted

Horsted chooses Princeton

Tue
06
Jan

2014: A year in Review

The University of Minnesota Raptor Center celebrated 40 years of operation Sept. 27 at the Carpenter-St. Croix Valley Nature Center in Hastings with several bird releases and other fun activities. The first bird released was a broad wing hawk that came to the Raptor Center in August after hitting a window. Two more birds, including a red shoulder hawk and bald eagle were also released under the awe-filled gaze of many observers.
The University of Minnesota Raptor Center celebrated 40 years of operation Sept. 27 at the Carpenter-St. Croix Valley Nature Center in Hastings with several bird releases and other fun activities. The first bird released was a broad wing hawk that came to the Raptor Center in August after hitting a window. Two more birds, including a red shoulder hawk and bald eagle were also released under the awe-filled gaze of many observers. (Linda E. Andersen/Review)

The Review area had its fair share of ups and downs in 2014. Here are some of the top stories that made headlines this past year.

Tue
23
Dec

Holiday tournaments abound for Raiders, Beacons

For the six varsity sports teams from Roseville Area High School and Concordia Academy participating in holiday tournaments in the next week, there’s a little bit of everything.

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