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International relations between the United States and China took a step in the right direction when one of Edina’s local baseball players, Erik Nelson, returned to his native land. Nelson is back in the line-up with the Edina ESOX amateur team after spending two years abroad in China. He didn’t ...Read More
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An old franchise in Edina Rec 35 & Over Slowpitch Softball has a new name and new look this summer. Monkey in a Dryer, which is sponsored a local screen printing company of the same name, was formerly known as Brickmania....Read More
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It’s no surprise that the Minnetonka High girls track and field team dominated the All-Lake Conference selections for 2015. The Skippers won the Section True Team title, the Lake Conference title and the Section 6AA title, while also taking third place in True Team State....Read More
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The Love Handles used a secret weapon to defeat the Northeast Moose 26-15 in an Edina 35 & Over Men’s Rec Softball League game at Van Valkenburg Park. Shaun Flanagan, who hits near the bottom of the Love Handles’ batting order, had a 5-for-5 night with two triples, a double and two singles. ...Read More
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For the last 26 years, Vic Halverson has led the Unified Fielders franchise in Edina Rec Slowpitch Softball. He started in the open division and is now one of the elder statesmen in the Edina 35 & Over League on Wednesday evenings at Van Valkenburg Park....Read More
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  On the first day of the State Class AAA Girls Golf Tournament at Bunker Hills, the Edina High girls team took a 12-stroke lead. That prompted Wayzata coach Mike Schumacher to say, “The way it was shaping up, I didn’t think anyone could catch Edina.” Schumacher was right, of course, Edin...Read More
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  There’s no question that there was some disappointment after the Edina High boys golf team finished second to Wayzata (607-610) in the State Class AAA Tournament last week at Bunker Hills. The defending-champion Hornets had their eyes on the prize, but they couldn’t sink enough putts to w...Read More
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  It isn’t often that every No. 1 player in any conference advances to the State Class AA Boys Tennis Tournament. But that is exactly what happened for the Lake Conference in 2015. Wayzata’s Nick Beaty advanced to state in singles and finished fourth, Minnetonka’s Jonah Salita advanced to...Read More
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