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Team returns mix of seniors, talented underclassmen
Strength lies in back-end of lineup
Team depth lies with defensive group
A new wave of PWER Nordic skiers will get their chance at the varsity level this season with the departure of a large group of seniors. Last year’s seniors helped produce a significant group of state qualifiers. The East Ridge girls’ team advanced to state and ended up placing 15th. Woodbury sent seniors Kathleen Danielson and Grant Davis to the state meet, and the East Ridge boys’ team also qualified seniors Nathan Strom and Jake Fabro.
Lone state qualifier from last year graduates
East Ridge is ready to compete with largest roster in history
A quick start for the Woodbury boys hockey team got swept away during the championship round of its season-opening home tournament on Saturday. The Royals controlled play in the first period of the game, outshooting opposing Hudson 15-5. Momentum quickly shifted the other way in the second period. Hudson tallied two goals and held a 16-6 advantage in shots. Hudson rode the effort to a 4-0 to win and a first place finish in the tournament.
A late start to powerlifting pays off
Woodbury resident Jake Guentzel made quite an impression in his first career National Hockey League game on Monday, Nov. 21, with the Pittsburgh Penguins. On his first-ever shift as an...
The East Ridge girls hockey team had no problem with effort in its home opener versus Champlin Park on Saturday. The Raptors lost their season opener on Thursday to Apple Valley 3-2 despite producing twice as many shots. Although they came away from that game feeling like they did not work hard enough, Saturday proved to be a different story. East Ridge outshot Champlin Park and halted the Rebels’ offense in a 2-0 victory.