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Park defeated by Hopkins in opener

Park defeated by Hopkins in opener

Tobias Khabie

December 11, 2019

After a close loss to Hopkins in its first meet of the season, Park boys’ swimming is nevertheless on track for a successful season, according to coach Amanda Forsberg. “I'm really happy with a lot of times, we have a lot of new guys a lot of young guys. A lot of the kids are coming in where th...

Boys’ hockey loses to Minneapolis

Boys’ hockey loses to Minneapolis

Maggie Klaers, Ruthie Posada, and Emily Ziessman

December 11, 2019

After suffering a loss against Minneapolis with a final score of 3-5, coach Zach Strouts said one of the team’s most notable qualities is perseverance. “Our goaltending is one of the best in the state,” Strouts said. “One of the best things that we have is the fight level. The boys just don'...

Boys’ basketball plays Hopkins in upcoming game

Boys’ basketball plays Hopkins in upcoming game

Adin Zweigbaum and Sadie Yarosh

December 11, 2019

As Dec. 12 approaches and the team practices for its game against Hopkins, coach Rob Griffin said the players will be focusing on improving the skills of each player and controlling the ball. “We need to be getting everybody comfortable with having to be a ball handler because we have so many i...

Girls’ basketball breaks losing streak

Girls’ basketball breaks losing streak

Sofia Seewald

December 7, 2019

With Park down several points in the first half, junior Kendall Coley said it felt good to end with a win.  “Coming back and pushing through (and) just getting out of the hole we dug ourselves into (was a key moment),” Coley said. According to senior and captain Shayla Miller, playing Como P...

Boys’ hockey falls to Edina

Boys’ hockey falls to Edina

Maggie Klaers, Ruthie Posada, and Emily Ziessman

December 3, 2019

During the Dec. 2 game against Edina, the boys’ hockey team made a comeback to end the game with a score of 3-6, after a four point deficit at the end of the second period. Despite the defeat, senior Bobby Doss said the team connected and played its hardest while battling throughout the game. ...

Boys’ swim optimistic about upcoming season

Boys’ swim optimistic about upcoming season

Tobias Khabie

November 27, 2019

The Park boys’ swim team has high hopes this year, as it is aiming to take the conference title after missing out the last few years, according to swim coach Amanda Forsberg. “I would like to try to win the conference this year, we haven't done that for a couple years. That would be a really ...

Intersectional Feminism Club hopes to inspire society

Intersectional Feminism Club hopes to inspire society

Lilly Strathman and Grace Schultz

November 26, 2019

After discussing problems with the wage gap during the Intersectional Feminism Club meeting Nov. 21, senior and club leader Ally Feller said she thinks talking about these issues will help fix them in the community. “There are a lot of issues in society about women not being held as highly as men...

Boys’ hockey hits the ice for its first game

Boys’ hockey hits the ice for its first game

Maggie Klaers and Ruthie Posada

November 21, 2019

Following the Nov. 21 win against St. Paul Academy, senior and captain William Pinney reflected on what the early victory meant to him. “It's an early game and it felt really good to get a win on the first day, our first game,” Pinney said. Coach Andrew Sackrison said although the team has not ...

Girls’ basketball player ranked top 10 in Minnesota

Girls’ basketball player ranked top 10 in Minnesota

Noah Orloff

November 20, 2019

When junior Kendall Coley found out she was announced as one of Ron Haggerston’s Star Tribune top 10 Minnesota girls’ basketball recruits, she said she was surprised. “I was shocked because I didn’t know it had happened,” Coley said. Coach Arsenio Richardson said Coley’s ranking serve...

SLP Seeds emphasizes diversified discussions

SLP Seeds emphasizes diversified discussions

Lilly Strathman

November 20, 2019

When conversing about hunger Nov. 7, founder of SLP Seeds Julia Rappaport realized the importance of representing multiple perspectives in St. Louis Park by hosting more diverse discussions. “The more voices we bring to the table, the stronger the effect we have on bettering the community,” Rappapo...

Girls’ swimming competes in finals Nov. 16

Girls’ swimming competes in finals Nov. 16

Marta Hill

November 16, 2019

After placing second in the 100 yard breaststroke at State Nov. 16, senior Hattie Kugler said going into State she was fully invested in the meet. “This is my last race ever because I’m not going forward with (swimming), so I was just like why not make it the best I can have,” Kugler said. ...

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