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Continued: Rewind: The 2012-13 West metro high school sports season in review

  • Article by: JIM PAULSEN , Star Tribune
  • Last update: June 18, 2013 - 8:55 PM

9 Splashing to excellence

The Eden Prairie boys’ swimming and diving team was expected to repeat as Class 2A team champions, but few expected the Eagles to be as good as they were. With one of the state’s deepest and talented lineups ever, the Eagles cruised through the season undefeated and had no trouble winning the state team champship, getting five individual titles and finishing 107 points ahead of runner-up Minnetonka.

10 Unbeatable in adapted sports

The Robbinsdale/Hopkins/Mound-Westonka PI Division adapted athletics program may not get noticed often, but coach Marcus Onsum and his athletes have set a standard for excellence. The Robins swept the adapted soccer, floor hockey and softball championships for the third straight year without a single loss in any of the three sports.

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  • DeLaSalle and Reid Travis won the Class 3A boys’ basketball title.

  • Edina Hornets vs. Eden Prairie Eagles. Edina won 17-6, a victory that led to players dousing coach Reed Boltman at the end of the game.

  • Jakob Ellingson of Hopkins High beat out Thomas Bye of Eden Prairie near the finish line, winning the classic en route to winning the boys pursuit at the Nordic State Ski Meet Thursday, Feb. 14, 2013, at Giants Ridge in Biwabik

  • Tyseanna Jonson of DeLaSalle rain down court after stealing the ball from Kallie Gau of Monticello during Class 3A girls' semifinals March, 14, 2012 at Target Center

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