Irondale senior linebacker Tony Sylvester packed almost a season’s worth of highlights into the first three games. In a Week 2 loss to DeLa­Salle, Sylvester, the Knights’ middle linebacker, broke the school record for career solo tackles. For the game, Sylvester posted 18 solo tackles, five assisted stops, two sacks among his three tackles-for-loss and a forced fumble.

More disruptive in a Week 3 loss to Benilde-St. Margaret’s, Sylvester recorded 21 tackles (12 solo), two sacks among his whopping eight tackles-for-loss and a 68-yard interception return for a touchdown.

Coach Ben Fuller called the 5-11, 195-pound Sylvester “unblockable right now. His instincts are off the charts.”

Scurry makes Hall of Fame

Former Anoka standout Briana Scurry is part of the Minnesota State High School League’s 2015 Hall of Fame class. Before she helped the United States to the 1999 World Cup title and Olympic gold in 1996 and 2004, Scurry led Anoka to the 1989 state girls’ soccer championship.

White Bear Lake Hall of Fame adds two

Former cross-country coach Joseph Tamillo and former track and field standout Doug Hicks were inducted into the White Bear Lake Athletic Hall of Fame at halftime of Friday’s football game.

David La Vaque