Apple Valley • basketball

In her sixth season on the Eagles varsity, Robson already holds several school career records in offensive categories.

Last week, the senior guard had 23 points and five rebounds in a 67-60 victory over Lakeville North and 22 points and nine assists in a 72-56 victory over East Ridge.

Eagles coach Jeremy Gordon said the 6-1 Robson, who is averaging 19 points per game, has “played really well” offensively, before adding that she provides more than offense for the Eagles, who are ranked No. 8 in Class 4A.

“In my opinion, more importantly than those stats is she has played great defense,” Gordon said. “She has brought tremendous energy and leadership on the defensive end, which has been contagious for our team.”

Robson, the school’s career leader in points, free throws made, three-point field goals made and assists, will play collegiately at Wisconsin-Green Bay. Robson started the season with more than 1,600 career points.


Chisago Lakes • Alpine skiing

The senior opened his quest for a sixth appearance at the state meet by earning boys’ medalist honors at the 26-team Wild Mountain Invite on Friday. Brown, who has finished in the top 10 at the state meet the last three seasons, won with a time of 1:02.31 as the Wildcats won the meet.


Edina • hockey

The junior led the unbeaten Hornets to two recent victories. Fidler, who has committed to Harvard, had two goals and three assists in an 8-0 victory over Bloomington Jefferson and three goals and an assist in a 7-2 victory over Centennial.


Chisago Lakes • Alpine skiing

The senior opened the season last Friday by earning girls’ medalist honors in the 23-team Wild Mountain Invite. Frischmon, who finished fifth at the state meet as a sophomore, won with a time of 1:08.03. The Wildcats finished second overall.


Providence Academy • hockey

The sophomore forward’s hat trick helped the Lions outlast Bloomington Kennedy 6-5 in a game last Thursday. Giesler scored twice to help the Lions build a 4-0 lead and then scored the game-winner in overtime.


Prior Lake • basketball

The sophomore guard scored 30 points to lead the Lakers to a 79-62 victory over South Suburban rival Eagan last Tuesday. Hofschild, who averaged 14 points per game last season as a freshman, is averaging 25 points per game for the Lakers, who are 4-1 overall and 2-0 in the South Suburban Conference.



Coon Rapids • basketball

The 6-4 senior guard, in his first season as a starter for the Cardinals, scored 39 points in the Cardinals’ 68-55 nonconference victory over Cambridge-Isanti last Tuesday. Warner’s 25 points-per-game average has helped the Cardinals (4-1) already exceed last season’s three victories.



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