Wayzata senior forward Summer Johnson, left, collides with White Bear Lake junior defender Jordyn Foley in the first half of the Trojans 2-0 class 4A state championship win Thursday, Nov. 1, at the Metrodome in Minneapolis.
Trojans senior midfielder Kylie Schwarz, left, goes for a header against a White Bear Lake opponent in the first half of Wayzata's 2-0 class 4A state championship win Thursday, Nov. 1, at the Metrodome in Minneapolis.
The Wayzata girls soccer squad ecstatically shows off their hard won, class 4A, state championship trophy after beating White Bear Lake 2-0 to clinch the title Thursday, Nov. 1, at the Metrodome in Minneapolis.
Wayzata senior midfielder Kylie Schwarz exults after scoring the Trojans first goal against White Bear Lake during the Trojans 2-0 class 4A state championship defeat of the Bears Thursday, Nov. 1, at the Metrodome in Minneapolis.
Bears freshman defender Maggie Warner (16) keeps pace with her opponent from Alexandria in last Thursday night's 2-0 shutout win by Blake over class 1-A rival Alexandria Thursday, Oct. 25, in Roseville.
Blake senior goaltender Maddy Crawford, right, starts the night with a bang, connecting for a high-five with junior midfielder Lydia Sutton before shutting out Alexandria 2-0 for a class 1-A state tournament win Thursday, Oct. 25, in Roseville.
Trojans midfielder Marika Kelly heads the ball to control a goalie kick against the Skippers at Einer Anderson Stadium Thursday, Sept. 20, in Minnetonka. The two Lake Conference rivals finished the game tied 1-1.
Wayzata's lone goal scorer, senior forward Summer Johnson (6) celebrates with teammates Kiana Nickel (21), Madeline Eklin (10) and Marika Kelly (16) Thursday, Sept. 20, at Minnetonka. The Skippers and Trojans ended the game in overtime tied 1-1.
Wayzata's lone goal scorer, senior forward Summer Johnson (6) gets between the ball and Minnetonka senior defender Maggie Bazany in first-half action Thursday, Sept. 20, at Minnetonka. The Trojans and Skippers tied 1-1 in overtime.
Minnetonka sophomore forward Ellen Mau, left, gets an airborne hug from teammate Ellie Crowell after Mau scored the Skippers lone goal against Lake Conference Rival Wayzata Thursday, Sept. 20, at Minnetonka. The Skippers and Trojans ended the game in overtime tied 1-1.
Spartans junior Kevin Wall (21) keeps a high ball away from Panthers midfielder Nick Jenkins in first-half, Wright Conference play Thursday, Sept. 27, at Orono. The Spartans blanked Glencoe-Silver Lake 4-0.
Colton Gleason's retired #15 jersey leans against the Orono bench preceding the start of the 2nd half of the Spartans 4-0 shutout of Wright Conference foe Glencoe-Silver Lake 4-0 Thursday, Sept. 27, at Orono.
The play clock was stopped at 15-seconds before the start of the match between Orono and Glencoe-Silver-Lake to help memorialize fallen alumni and past soccer team captain Colton Gleason Thursday, Sept. 27, at Orono. The Spartans blanked Glencoe-Silver Lake 4-0.
Colton Gleason's family show the huge, Orono home-crowd, his retired #15 jersey during a half-time memorial ceremony for their recently fallen friend, classmate and teammate in one-sided, deadly attack in St. Cloud just days before. The Spartans blanked Glencoe-Silver Lake 4-0 Thursday, Sept. 27, at Orono.
The Spartans boys varsity soccer squad, all wearing their fallen comrade's #15 jersey, take a knee as Orono head coach Derek Engler, top, center, speaks to the team before the start of the Spartans game against Wright County foe Glencoe-Silver-Lake at Pensonen Stadium in Orono Thursday, Sept. 27, 2012. The Spartans blanked Glencoe-Silver Lake 4-0.
Spartans senior Noah Schultz directs traffic as he moves the ball upfield against the Panthers in first-half, Wright Conference play Thursday, Sept. 27, at Orono. The Spartans blanked Glencoe-Silver Lake 4-0.
Skippers freshman midfielder Suad Suljic (5) battles for control of the ball with Coon Rapids defenseman Ryan Nelson in first-half action at Einer Anderson Stadium Saturday, Sept. 15, in Minnetonka. Suljic scored Tonka's only goal, on a penalty kick, in the Skippers 2-1 loss to the Cardinals.
Minnetonka senior goalkeeper Griffin Struyk launches himself off the turf to keep Coon Rapids from scoring another goal against the Skippers at Einer Anderson Stadium Saturday, Sept. 15, in Minnetonka. The Skippers lost to the Cardinals 2-1, in non-conference play.
Minnetonka's Max Sharpe, a sophomore forward, controls a loose ball with his chest at Einer Anderson Stadium Saturday, Sept. 15, in Minnetonka. The Skippers lost to Coon Rapids 2-1, in non-conference play.
Ready for action. Senior Kelvin Hanson (52) seconds before hiking the ball to Spartan quarterback Grant Schoen, center, who is backed up by senior tight end Tom Wachman, top, in the first quarter of Orono's 35-21 defeat of Grand Rapids at Orono High School in Long Lake Friday, Oct. 7, 2011.
Spartan junior wide receiver Koller Adzick (8) loses the ball in a messy second quarter play against Grand Rapids. The Spartans recovered the ball and went on to beat the Thunderhawks 35-21 Friday, Oct. 7, in Long Lake.
Grand Rapids half back Austin Wiberg, right, gets no mercy from the Spartan's defense in first quarter action Friday, Oct. 7, at Orono High School in Long Lake. The Spartan's put down the Thunderhawks 35-21 in their non-conference matchup.
Spartans sophomore DB Sam Challgren (88) narrowly misses grabbing an interception from a pass meant for Thunderhawks wide receiver Patrick Flaherty in the second quarter of Orono's 35-21 defeat of Grand Rapids Friday, Oct. 7, in Long Lake.
Orono senior DB Sean Geelan (2) manages to keep Grand Rapids wide receiver Matt Soderberg from gaining extra yardage after Soderberg's second quarter reception at Orono High School Friday, Oct. 7, 2011. The Spartan's defeated their non-conference rivals 35-21.
Spartans junior sensation, tight end Tom Wachman (25) advances the ball through the Grand Rapids defense on his way to one of his three touchdowns in Orono's 35-21 win against the Thunderhawks Friday, Oct. 7, in Long Lake.
South Dakota college students and Becky Hammon fans hold signs cheering their favorite South Dakota native pro basketball player Friday, July 25, 2008 at Target Center in Minneapolis. The women are, left to right, Kristin Rotert, Jolene Tuschen, Jill Young, Annie Roche, Megan Doyle, Jennie Sunnarborg and Ashley Tuschen.
Minnetonka senior shortstop Tim Mettert, center, is congratulated by teammates after Metter's two-run blast in the top of the third to make it 9-1 against Hopkins. The Skippers went on to beat the Royals 12-2 Thursday, May at Hopkins HS.
Skippers senior first baseman Alex Satterfield, left, is tagged out at third by the Royals Johnnie Hicks in Minnetonka's 12-2 win Thursday, May 8 at Hopkins HS. Alex Satterfield went 2-3 (4 RBI) while Hicks went 1-2.
Blake senior pitcher Ben Hughes threw his second complete game of the season Wednesday in Hopkins. Hughes allowed one earned run on four hits, walked one and struck out seven against St. Anthony. Blake lost the game 2-1.