Although the Park girls lacrosse team said goodbye to 10 seniors, the Wolfpack returns a number of its key players from 2010, including its top two goal scorers, in hope of improving on its 7-8 record from last year.
According to head coach Scott Miller, the Math and Science Academy baseball team is in its second year of a rebuilding project after the 2008-09 Dragons went 15-7 overall and won the school’s first-ever playoff game.
Down eight seniors from last year’s club, Park second-year head coach Bob Loshek said he is looking for multiple players to step up and fill the vacancies in hope of a second-straight successful season.
Second-year head coach Brad Allan is implementing the philosophy of Kaizen – never-ending, continuous improvement – for a second-straight year in hope of building on East Ridge’s 7-8 overall record in year No. 1.
With the largest track and field team in school history, fourth-year head coach Daniel Scheff said he hopes Math and Science Academy will send at least five people to the Minnesota state meet this year, send 20 people to the section championship meet and, of course, have fun.
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