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Online tickets: www. Streaming: School Space Media will livestream the entire tournament. There is no charge for viewing.
Find the stream at www. News media credentials: A news media credential is required to cover this event. Team competition will take place on October 22 and 23 followed by the individual tournament on October 24 and Team quarterfinal pairings are: New London-Spicer vs.
Pequot Lakes 8 a. Blue Earth Area 10 a. Thief River Falls Noon ; Litchfield vs. Minnewaska Area of Glenwood 2 p. Team quarterfinal pairings are: No. Wayzata 8 a.
Seed — Rochester Mayo vs. Becker Noon ; No. Woodbury 2 p. If the Bears win, it would be their 13th title overall.
Two other teams return from the field: Litchfield earned runner-up honors and Rochester Lourdes was third. The Class A team tournament is not seeded. The Hornets are looking for their 34th championship overall.
Edina East also won three team titles. Wayzata bowed out in the consolation semifinals. This is the eighth year that the Class AA team tournament has been seeded. Palen won the doubles crown with Natalie Allison the past two years.
Baig and Delich finished third and fourth in doubles, respectively, in She placed sixth last year. Suk placed third in doubles last year and Jay finished third in the singles tournament.
The No. Stilwell was the runner-up in doubles and Bierbaum was fourth in singles in Melin and Cameron took consolation honors in and Danielle Thorfinnson was the consolation champion in the singles tournament. Ava Wallerich, a senior from Lake City, is the only other returning Top 6 finisher in doubles.
She placed sixth last year and will compete with senior Emma Brunkow this year.
She is the No. Adkins claimed third-place honors in None of them placed in the Top 6 in Junior Ashley Tarrolly of St. Cloud Tech is the final returning competitor with previous singles experience. She finished in fourth place last year. Senior Paige Trondson of Mounds View is the highest returning qualifier in the doubles event.
She earned runner-up honors last year and will pair with sophomore Molly Austin this year. They finished in fourth place in and are seeded No. Senior Natalie Peterson of St. Cloud Tech is the only other Top 6 finisher to return this year. She placed sixth last year and will team up with senior Kate Inderieden this year.
Louis Park No. The link will take you to a landing page where you will find the following: Competitive Sections — There are 3 menus at the top that are universal to both the list and the map; 1. Activities, 2.
Year, and 3. The Activities menu will allow you to see a list of all schools that are registered in that activity 2. The school menu will allow you to see where that school is listed in the activity you have selected. You will see a list of all the activities that the school is registered for and what section they are in.
You can drill down even more if you want to look at a section or class in an activity be using the controls just underneath the drop-down menus. Section Map — The same menus and control listed above are also available on the map.
Select an activity first and make sure , is selected in the year menu.
It will show on the map with all the locations of the schools in that section. The school you selected shows larger than others. Note that the school locations have a number on them. This identifies the classification not the section. Section locations are hosted on the side of the maps.
The number indicates how many are in each section and is located above the number of the section 5.
You can drill down even more if you want to look at a certain section in a class by using the controls below the menus at the top. By selecting this you will see additional schools that are in a coop but not the Host School.
You will also notice gray arrows starting with the host school and pointing to each additional school in the coop. More numbers: With the regular season now ended, the three have been head coaches for a combined years and 1, games. That game total will continue to climb as the postseason begins in a few days, and the number of victories will also rise.
No other head football coaches in Minnesota history have been on the job for 50 years.
They might be able to get away with staggering them now, but both will likely want to finish games in the future.
Add the fact that Mahlen, Stolski and Lundeen also rank first, second and third in career victories, and the numbers mean even more. But their stories are much more than mere numbers. Factor in lengthy teaching careers from which all three have retired and there is no way to quantify their positive impact on young athletes and students.
They have mentored generations of young coaches. They have set high standards in their communities. Mahlen was 20 years old when he was hired to teach and coach in Verndale, and Lundeen was 21 when he joined the faculty and coaching ranks in Becker. Stolski took a more circuitous route, with coaching stops in Kensington in , when he was 22 , Slayton, Princeton and Park Center before moving to Brainerd in