Boys’ Swim & Dive Team Named 2017 State Champions

Boys’ Swim & Dive Team Named 2017 State Champions

Isabella Bennett, Admin. Correspondent

March 17, 2017


Filed under Sports, Top Stories

Opening the meet was the 200-yard medley relay featuring swimmers Quinn Yeager, Corey Lau, Marco Conati, and Sam Schilling, who swam an All-American time of 1:29.20 to break a national public high school record. This record was set only a week before at the Indiana high school state championship with a time of 1:29.64. The medley relay came within half a second of breaking the original 2014 record in February at the True Team state meet, so actually breaking the record was something highly anticipated by many.

Here’s Why the Minnesota Wild are Winning the Stanley Cup this Season

Here’s Why the Minnesota Wild are Winning the Stanley Cup this Season

Charlie Cowan, Staff Writer

February 23, 2017


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Yep. You read the title right. The Wild will win the Stanley Cup this year. The Wild is currently 34-12-5, which is good for 1st in the Western Conference and 2nd overall in the NHL, only behind the Washington Capitals. The Wild are a young team, led by an experienced coach in Bruce Boudreau, who last coached the Anaheim Ducks. Boudreau, who has coached almost 400 games, brings leadership and accountability to a Wild squad that has lacked both under the former administration of Mike Yeo, who is now head coach of the St. Louis Blues.

Yoga and Meditation Club

Yoga and Meditation Club

Jake Niefield, Staff Writer

February 17, 2017


Filed under Sports, Student Life

Relaxation can be hard to come by as an high school student or faculty member. Hours upon hours of homework topped off by countless extracurriculars can have people itching to find a source of serenity. One club has provided a solution for both groups: Yoga and Meditation club, founded and supervised by Profe Alison Terrell.

Stuck in a Winter Rut? Get Motivated and Stay Fit in the Winter

Stuck in a Winter Rut? Get Motivated and Stay Fit in the Winter

Jeff Week, Staff Writer

February 17, 2017


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Staying fit is significantly harder in the winter than any other season. The inability to go outside and all the effort required just to get to the gym result in a sort of “hibernation” by many young adults. It is incredibly clear that those who consistently stay fit live much healthier lives, not to mention spring break is right around the corner. I encourage you to check out all the different ways to exercise in the winter. Here are a few of Breezes’ most recommended workout options:

Minnetonka’s Coldest New Club: Winter Running

Minnetonka’s Coldest New Club: Winter Running

Matt Wilkinson, Staff Writer

December 22, 2016


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It’s Minnetonka’s 'hottest' new club: Winter Running. This club is for those who don’t have a winter sport and are looking to stay in shape during the harsh Minnesota coldness. Now, if you aren’t in cross country or track, I can understand why running in sub-zero temperatures isn’t exactly “appealing.” The endurance associated with running can be a challenge for some. In addition, running in the cold can make it much harder.

Sport of Norse: Details on Popular Winter Sport of Nordic Ski

Sport of Norse: Details on Popular Winter Sport of Nordic Ski

Seth Johnson, Staff Writer

December 22, 2016


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Nordic, or cross-country skiing, is thought to have been developed over 4500 years ago in the Scandinavian regions of Europe. The tradition continues here at our school. The Minnetonka High School Nordic ski team, or TNR for short, began their season at the end of October.

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