Many sports teams have a co-op with other schools, but how does it work? All the girls were packed tightly into Panera. It was the first game of the season, and everyone was getting to know each other over their meals. They were all from different schools, talking about their …Read More »
Alum turned coach
Alum turned coach Matt Pryor returns to Minnehaha Academy to take over as head coach of the girls’ varsity basketball team The Minnehaha Academy girls’ basketball team has been dominant ever since ex-head coach Josh Thurow took over. But now that Thurow is stepping down, who is going to take …Read More »
Should MA boys’ basketball move up?
After back to back state titles for the MA boys’ basketball team there has been talk surrounding whether the Redhawks should move up a class Despite winning two straight state championships, and winning 24 out of 30 games against class AAA and AAAA competition in the past two years, the …Read More »
Homeschoolers find sports home
Homeschooled athletes join Minnehaha Academy teams to play sports After making it all the way to the section semi-final this year, the boys’ soccer team will need all the help they can get next year to keep improving. They will lose 8 seniors, 6 of which were starters. Junior goalie …Read More »
Stuck on the sidelines?
Stuck on the sidelines? Minnehaha academy athletes are noticing an increase in more severe injuries Injuries are always a part of every sports season and teams have learned to deal with the challenge of key players being unable to play. But when those injuries start to become more frequent and …Read More »
Sports at North
Sports back at North Renovated gym and sports facilities are in use this year You can watch volleyball, boys soccer, girls basketball, boys basketball, lacrosse, and tennis back at North Campus this year. Due to the explosion last year, sports were not played on campus at North but renovations have been …Read More »
Spring sports thrive after long winter
The boys’ basketball team has done it again: they have gone back to back on winning state championships. The team came into the year with high expectations, and they did not disappoint. With a record of 22-4, they came into the state tournament with the #1 seed. After defeating Jordan …Read More »
The girls’ basketball team won their section yet again. With going to state the year before and not losing many players, they were ready to make another run. With a record of 18-7 in the regular season, they headed into sections feeling good about going to state. They had to …Read More »
Boys’ swimming – Andrew Karpenko
Karpenko wins state Sophomore Andrew Karpenko won the boys’ 200 individual medley (IM) at the Minnesota high school swimming state championship on Saturday, March 3. Not only winning but also setting a new personal best with a time of 1:53.32. Karpenko also took 2nd in the 100 breaststroke (BR) with …Read More »