The Zimmerman Thunder made it a much more competitive game this time but lost to unbeaten Princeton 1-0 on the Tigers’ field Monday evening. Maggie Peterson scored the lone goal for the Tigers (9-0) in the 12th minute when she stole the ball and maneuvered around the goalie, Abbie Canton, for a wide-open shot. [...]
by Bruce Strand, Arts Editor Theater and music departments at Zimmerman and Rogers are hoping for a Nov. 4 verdict that would give them auditoriums to perform in for the first time. “We appreciate what we have and what we’ve been able to do,” said Jon Palashewski, Zimmerman’s play director, “but I can only [...]
• Decision to stage units differenty created a flurry of uncertainty, distrust, officials say by Debbie Griffin Contributing Writer The Zimmerman-Livonia Fire District board, made up of elected officials from both places, met the night of Sept. 9 to address concerns and questions about mid-August changes made to the local ambulance service. North Memorial Ambulance Service [...]
The Zimmerman Thunder won two of four matches at the Big Lake tournament on Saturday. The Thunder (5-9) beat Chisago Lakes 25-9, 25-21, lost to Anoka 25-20, 25-7, beat Minneapolis Henry 25-16, 25-6, and lost to Canby 25-17, 18-25, 15-13. The Thunder will host Becker on Tuesday.
The Zimmerman Thunder cruised to a 10-1 win over Hope Academy at home Thursday. Brooke Salo booted three goals for the Thunder (6-2). Hailey Artmann and Sara Neubauer added two apiece, and Megan Seymour, Demie Bond and Maddie Jacob one apiece. Jacob made two assists and Cami Bond one. Demi Bond (one save) and Amanda [...]
The Zimmerman Thunder won a five-game match against Fridley at home Monday, then lost a close four-gamer at Milaca on Tuesday. The Thunder beat Fridley 17-25, 25-23, 25-17, 23-25, 15-6, led by Anissa Rosario with 11 kills and two blocks, and Kayla Christopherson with 26 assists and four aces. Amira Samaha made two blocks and [...]
Cheresa Bouley, Zimmerman eighth-grader, was the first-place runner in the Mora Invitational cross country meet on on Tuesday. Nikki Jurik placed fourth and Summer Peoples 16th as the Sting placed fourth among eight teams. The Thunder boys had an incomplete team. Connor Gagne placed fifth.
The Zimmerman girls placed second and the boys were fourth at the Pine City cross country meet Thursday. Girls team standings were (1) Pine City 50 (2) Zimmerman 54 (3) Rush City 70 (4) North Branch 76 (5) Mille Lacs 96 (6) East Central (7) Hinkley Finlayson (8) Marantha Academy (9) Braham Cheresa Bouley led Zimmerman, placing third, with Nikki Jurik in 4th, Summer Peoples 11th, Kelsie [...]