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Boys’ lacrosse loses first game

Junior Flynn Spano looks to recover the ball and avoid Hopkins attackers. After allowing four goals in the first quarter, Park allowed five more goals, and scored three, over the next three periods. The final score of the game was 4-9 Hopkins.

Ella Hammerstrand and Nolan Kelly

April 22, 2019

According to coach Eric Buckley, Park struggled in the first quarter of the game, but was able to come together and score in the later quarters thanks to the improved collaboration between the captains and the team. “We got off to a little bit of a slow start,” Buckley said. “They put us down ...

Boy’s basketball prepares for first game against Burnsville

Senior Keyshon Howard signals for the ball from one of his teammates during practice Nov. 27. The team is preparing for its first game against Burnsville Nov. 30. There are eight returning varsity players this season.

Kate Schneider

December 1, 2018

Because tryouts were so recently, head coach David Breitenbucher said the team hasn’t had as much time to practice as he would have liked. But according to Breitenbucher, the players have been doing their best to prepare for their upcoming game against Burnsville. “The first few games of the year...

Girls’ hockey beats Orono in first season game

Sophomore Abby Meyer keeps the puck away from an Orono player Oct. 10. Hopkins Park ended with a final score of 6-3.

Sophie Olmen and Rachel Salzer

November 12, 2018

After the first game of the season, junior Anna Nicholls said one thing that stood out to her was that the team put in effort throughout the whole game. “I think we all played our hardest. First game is always a little rough, but we worked together as a team, as a family, because that’s our mo...

Boys’ lacrosse loses indoor game to Holy Angels

Senior Kai Mckee sprints to block Holy Angel's player from scoring point at Boys' lacrosse first game of the season. Park lost 6-21 April 17 at the Academy of Holy Angels.

Isabel Kjaer and Sofia Seewald

April 20, 2018

Looking back on his team’s 6-21 loss April 17, senior Cole Justesen said the team played their best for their first game, taking into account the little practice the lacrosse team has had. “It is the first game of the season, so it’s not like I am at my peek yet,” Justesen said. “The team ...

Baseball team remains positive, confident after loss

Senior captain Riley Dvorak slides into second base during Park's first regular season game against Edina. Park scored the first run of the game, but lost 3-1.

Mimi Fhima and Izzy Leviton

April 12, 2018

Despite today’s loss to the Edina Hornets, head baseball coach Brian Kelly said he is pleased with the team’s performance and believes the Orioles outplayed Edina. Kelly said the team began mentally preparing on the bus, bringing a focused mindset onto the field. “I thought we hit the ball bet...

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