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Fencing: Minnetonka’s Most Épée-c Sport

Scott Sorensen, Staff Writer January 10, 2022

"These guys don't get the credit they deserve," lamented Tim O'Brien, assistant coach and team manager of the Minnetonka High School fencing team. In 2018, MHS student Kamden O'Brien, '22, pitched the...

How Do Minnetonkas Varsity Athletes Stay on Top of Their School Work?

How Do Minnetonka’s Varsity Athletes Stay on Top of Their School Work?

Catherine Rile, Staff Writer January 10, 2022

 And just like that, winter sports are in full swing. Minnetonka has had an amazing finish to their fall season with girls’ swim and dive winning the state title and countless other teams’ exciting...

Skipper Girls’ Hoops: A Well-Oiled Machine Dominating The Twin Cities

Skipper Girls’ Hoops: A Well-Oiled Machine Dominating The Twin Cities

Samuel Bremer, Staff Writer January 10, 2022

Vince Lombardi once said, “It’s not whether you get knocked down. It’s whether you get up.”  MHS women’s basketball superstars Ki’Ani Lockett and Desiree Ware, both ‘22, know that better...

How Does A Moment Last Forever? Tonka Boys Swim & Dive Vs COVID

How Does A Moment Last Forever? Tonka Boys Swim & Dive Vs COVID

Meleck Eldahshoury, Staff Writer January 10, 2022

How does a moment last forever? Or rather, how does a season last forever? This question is being asked by many Minnetonka athletes at this new stage of the overwhelming COVID-19 pandemic. Vik Kurup and...

Staying Positive During Time Off Due To A Season-Ending Injury

Staying Positive During Time Off Due To A Season-Ending Injury

Anna Schwab, Managing Editor, Sports & Wellness December 3, 2021

Injuries are common in all high school sports, but once an injury becomes season-ending, it can be devastating to the athlete. Josie Post, ‘24, plays soccer at Minnetonka High School and is dealing...

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