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Senior Leila Campbell throws senior Maren Wilsey into the air during their extended trio routine on May 20. The routine got them second place in the extended trios category on Saturday.

Synchro sweeps sections

Eliah Fink and Hanna Wilsey May 22, 2023

Park's synchronized swimming team nearly swept the first place awards at their section meet May 20. The team hadn’t won the meet since 2019, however they finally brought home the section title on...

Park celebrates after junior Randy Mayele scores in the section semifinal against Kennedy Oct. 13. They won the game 2-1 and went on to play Wayzata in the section final Oct. 16.

Boys’ soccer team wins conference

Kate Schneider October 28, 2018

The boys’ soccer team’s conference champion title and success this season was earned through hard work and team players. According to head coach Chato Alvarado, its biggest advantage this year was...

Junior Fabio Leyva dribbles past a Benilde-St. Margarets player during the Oct. 5 game. Park won the game 2-0, putting the boys varsity team in first place in their conference.

Boys’ soccer takes conference title

Jenna Cook October 11, 2017

When the final buzzer sounded at the conference-deciding game against Benilde St. Margaret’s Oct. 5, the team stormed the field to celebrate their win with an excited huddle. According to varsity...

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