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Maddie Jacob is the Zimmerman High School Athena Award recipient for 2015, announced Jaime Hilyar, activities director. Each school in the metro area is asked to send its top senior athlete to the Athena banquet in Bloomington on May 1. Jacob, twice all-conference in soccer, and has accepted a schol...Read More
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STING VOLLEYBALL Record — 18-7 overall All-conference — Not in conference Team awards — MVP: Costanza Dalla Valentina (jr L) … Spirit: Kira Lorensen (so DS) … Most improved: Lexi Reese (fr OH) … Sting award: Molly Mitchell (sr MG) Season leaders — Kills: Meghan Hays 138, Mitchell 74, A...Read More
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  by Bruce Strand, Sports editor Brooke Salo looked disheveled and bruised, misty-eyed and exhausted, with her blue uniform stained by grass and sweat, after a hard 80 minutes in her final soccer game with the Zimmerman Thunder. The Thunder’s best season had just ended with 1-0 loss to po...Read More
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The Zimmerman soccer team defeated the Becker Bulldogs 5-1 on Tuesday while learning that they won’t be able to finish first in the conference because Little Falls clinched the title with a victory. The Thunder are 9-3-2 overall and 4-1-2 in the Granite Ridge Conference. They’ll close co...Read More
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Brooke Salo notched the lone goal of the game as the Zimmerman Thunder beat a section rival, Two Harbors, 1-0 at home Saturday. Salo, senior midfielder, scored in the 17th minute in a scramble at the net, after having her original shot blocked by a defender. It was her 12th goal of the season. Demie...Read More
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The Spectrum girls soccer team came out on top at Minneapolis Patrick Henry 1-0 on Tuesday night. Netting the goal for the Sting in the first half was Lorna Bechtel on a pass from Emily O’Connell. Though the team had multiple opportunities to score throughout the game, the score remained 1-0. ...Read More
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  by Bruce Strand, Sports editor The Zimmerman Thunder, needing a payback win against Little Falls to keep pace in a tight, three-way conference race, had to settle for a 1-1 tie at home on Tuesday. “We hoped to control our destiny, and now we need somebody to beat them (Little Falls),...Read More
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Ryan Ness, Bethel junior soccer midfielder from Elk River, was named MIAC player of the week on Sept. 15 after posting four goals and an assist in two wins. Ness scored twice in a 9-1 win over North Center and twice in a 3-1 win over Crown College. After five games he had made six [...]...Read More
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