Saturday, February 16, 2013
Fridley at 2:10 p.m., Totino-Grace at 2:40 p.m., and Spring Lake Park at 3:15 p.m. Saturday. Get the livestream video link here.
Three local high school dance teams take the floor at the Minnesota state tournament Saturday in the high-kick dance competition. Livestream video from the Minnesota State High School League and Prep 45. Here are the approximate performance times at Target Center in Minneapolis (see first PDF for full schedule): Saturday is the high-kick competition. Here are the approximate performance times at Target Center (see second PDF for full schedule): Fridley and Totino-Grace are in Class AA. Spring Lake Park is in Class AAA. On Friday, all three teams took part in the jazz dance competition. Totino-Grace took third in Class AA. Related (2013): Related (2012): Related (2011):
Sunday, February 10, 2013
All three schools' teams will compete in both high kick and jazz at Target Center.
It's becoming a three-school, Fridley-area dance dynasty. Once again, dance teams from Fridley High School, Spring Lake Park High School and Totino-Grace High School kicked their way into the state dance tournament, held Feb. 15–16 at Target Center in Minneapolis. Totino-Grace took first in high kick and jazz at Saturday sectionals in North Branch, with Fridley in second in both categories, according to the teams' Facebook pages. Click on the PDF thumbnails to see the full schedule for each day at the Minnesota State High School League dance tournament. Totino-Grace and Fridley are among the 12 teams in the state Class AA jazz and kick competitions. Spring Lake Park is in the same competitions in Class AAA. Related (2012): Related (2011):
Friday, February 8, 2013
A new drama heyday for FHS? The 15 students who staged 'The Yellow Boat' earned the school's first starred rating since 1979.
It was a triumph Thursday for Fridley High School students at the State One Act Play Festival: Their staging of The Yellow Boat earned FHS its first starred rating in state competition in 34 years. Here's how the Minnesota State High School League described it on Facebook: A panel of judges, after watching, listening, and then individually critiquing eight Class AA dramatic productions, rated four of them “starred performances” on Thursday during the 2013 State One Act Play Festival sponsored by the Minnesota State High School League. The two-day festival was conducted at O’Shaughnessy Auditorium on the St. Catherine University campus in St. Paul. Eight productions by Class A schools will be staged on Friday. The top eight Class AA …
Thursday, February 7, 2013
FHS presents 'The Yellow Boat' at 3:15 p.m. Thursday at O'Shaughnessy Auditorium.
- On Patch
Thursday, February 7
Fridley-based high school team is first in state to move up two classes, St. Paul Pioneer Press reports.
Totino-Grace High School football keeps climbing classes in Minnesota State High School League competition. Now the team from the Fridley-based Catholic school will move to the top class in the state: Class 6A, home of the 32 most elite programs, the St. Paul Pioneer Press reported Wednesday. In December 2010, Coach Jeff Ferguson told Fridley Patch the team was thinking about opting-up to Class 5A on the heels of another Class 4A state championship. Then in March 2011 the team made the move to Class 5A. In the fall, Totino-Grace made it as far as the state semi-finals, falling to Eden Prairie. The 2012 season in Class 5A was a different story, with the Eagles claiming their seventh state title over the last decade by trouncing Owatonna…
Friday, October 26, 2012
League won't let either team at boys tourney in Roseville after brawl at Maple Grove HS field. A court won't let Prairie Seeds Academy play. Totino-Grace said MSHSL should let Eagles in.
Update (4 p.m. Friday): A judge's ruling Friday means the Prairie Seeds Academy boys soccer team won't take the field at Roseville Area High School at 5:30 p.m. Friday for a quaterfinal state tournament match. Neither will Totino-Grace High School, after the Minnesota State High School League (MSHSL) ruled that neither school could advance. The MSHSL investigated a fight between the two schools at an Oct. 18 sectional title game at Maple Grove Senior High, resulting in game suspensions for 10 players from both teams. The league also found one Prairie Seeds Player ineligible, disqualifying the team from tournament play. Instead of allowing Totino-Grace to take Prairie Seeds' place in the Friday quarterfinal, the MSHSL decided Duluth …
Sunday, June 26, 2011
Local standout players compete in game that divided the state's all stars into North and South teams
The 38th Annual Minnesota All-Star Football Game took place on Saturday evening at TCF Bank Stadium at the University of Minnesota. The All-Stars, divided into two teams representing the Northern and Southern parts of the state, battled in a close game. The North team won the game by a final score of 17-7.