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The 2012-13 high school sports season came to a close with the baseball state tournament championship games Monday at Target Field, a mere 308 days after it began last August. Comment?
The Wayzata Public Schools Education Foundation will be hosting its first golf event at the Wayzata Country Club on Sept. Comment?
Logan Shore waited for the state's biggest stage to throw his first no-hitter. The Coon Rapids pitcher held Wayzata hitless to secure a 2-0 victory Thursday in the Class 3A quarterfinals at Midway Stadium. Comment?
Mounds View lefthander Max Knutson said of his team's quarterfinal matchup with Forest Lake, “We came all this way just to face them again.” The teams played a doubleheader last month. Comment?
A victory against Wayzata , he said, suffered from an inability to master the Trojans' zone defense. Comment?
Emilee Hassanzadeh from Bloomington Jefferson High School and Karl Amundson from Minnetonka High School have been selected as Triple Threat Honorees by the Hennepin Theatre Trust. Comment?
Months after paying nearly $10 million for one of the most architecturally distinctive homes in the metro, the buyer of a 8,500-square-foot Wayzata house - originally built for the head of Dayton Hudson Corp. - wants to replace it with an even larger one. Comment?
While their classmates were enjoying spring break, the Wayzata boys' tennis team was shoveling snow off courts. Comment?
Participants can get a 10 percent discount on car insurance if they are 55 or older and take this 8-hour class. Comment?
Maple Grove's Zachary Adkins returned a shot during his straight-sets singles victory in the Crimson's 5-2 triumph over Mahtomedi. Comment?
There is anticipation in tennis circles. And hope. And curiosity. All buoyed by the boys' tennis state tournament, which begins Tuesday and, for the first time in four years, lacks a favorite to win the tourney's highest-profile event, the Class 2A singles championship. Comment?
The Museum of Lake Minnetonka said that, after "eight long months" of maintenance and upgrades in its boat barn in Excelsior, the boat was ready to sail last weekend. Comment?
Booster clubs, affluent alumni and benefactors, and corporations are creating a world of haves and have-nots in local high school sports. Comment?
With the aid of significant donors, four large suburban schools - Eden Prairie, Edina, Minnetonka and Wayzata - continue to increase their dominance at the state level. Comment?
Boosters browsed items at the Minnetonka Diamond Club's baseball fundraiser. Silent auction items included a pearl necklace and a Hawaiian vacation. Comment?
STATE MEET: Lucky No. 7. Wayzata won its seventh consecutive state synchronized swimming meet on Friday at the University of Minnesota Aquatic Center. Comment?
Friday and next Sunday: These SPCO concerts are made of two exquisite pairings. The first is of two French masterpieces, by Arthur Honegger and Camille Saint-Sans. Honegger's "Summer Pastoral" is an early work, inspired by a 1920 vacation in the Swiss Alps. Comment?
Lakeville's superintendent is holding several "State of the Schools" forums to tell residents about the district's financial situation in hopes they will back a levy in the fall. Comment?
Students on the Wayzata High School Math Team took first place in this year's Moody's Mega Math Challenge out of 1,054 submitted papers. Comment?
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