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Eleven New Prague senior skaters ended their 2020-21 season Thursday, March 18 in a 9-1 loss to Eden Prairie. Eden Prairie (16-1-2 overall), the No. 3 rated Class AA team, scored four goals in the first, two in the second,. and three in the third in this Section 2AA quarterfinal. New Prague senior...

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For the first time since 2014 the New Prague gymnastics team will be making a trip to the State Tournament. The Trojans scored a season- high 142.875 to claim the Section 2AA Championship Thursday, March 18 at Bloomington Jefferson High School. Lakeville North, the defending Class AA State...

The 2020-21 Section 2A, South Sub-Section Champions.

The WEM girls basketball team defeated Martin County West, 61-26, Tuesday, March 23 in the Section 2A South Sub-Section Championship. This was the second straight Sub-Section title for WEM. They will play Class A No. 3 rated Sleepy Eye-St. Mary's Thursday, March 25 at 7 p.m. in Arlington for the...
It took the best team in Section 2AAA and in Class AAA to end the team portion of the wrestling season for the New Prague grapplers. Shakopee, the defending Class AAA Champions and No. 1 ranked Sabres, won the final four individual matches in the Section Championship match to defeat... To read...

Novak

Nick Novak has been named to the 2021 MWCA All-State Academic Wrestling Team. This team consists of some of the state’s best wrestlers who are also great students. This group of student-athletes has won 23 state titles, over 4,400 matches, and an astounding 82% winning percentage. Each year, the...

The Tri-City United Wrestling Team was crowned the Section 2AA Champions Saturday in St. Peter after defeating Scott West 40-25.

(Photo courtesy of Stephanie Balma)

Saturday was a day of highs and lows for the TCU Wrestling Team. After a tough battle, for the first time in its history, the Titans were crowned the Section 2AA Champions when they defeated Scott West 40-25. “Saturday was incredible,” said Head Coach Shaun Timmerman. “There was... To see more...

WEM senior Ethan Bartelt puts up a shot against Faribault BA. Bartelt scored 10 points and had six steals against the Cardinals.

(Jay Schneider Photo)

The WEM boys basketball team finished its regular season with three straight wins, including Gopher Conference victories over Faribault BA and NRHEG last week. The Bucs moved into... To read more on this story, pick up the March 18, 2021 print edition of the LifeEnterprise.

Gopher Conference Girls Basketball Champions

Front row, left to right: Autumn Taylor, Allison Rients, Ellie Ready, Toryn Richards, Brielle Bartelt, Kylie Pittmann, Mya Geyer, Kylie LaFrance, and Lydia Ell. Back row, left to right: Addyson Taylor, Lindsay Condon, Ella Michael, Riley Sammon, Sadie Oorlog, Annmarie Weller, Claire Bohlen, Emma Woratschka, and Rylee Pelant. Missing: Lily Grohman

The WEM girls basketball team won the schools’ fourth Gopher Conference Championship Friday with a resounding 86-43 win over NRHEG. This was the final game of the regular season. The Bucs finished with a 15-3 overall record and a 13-1 conference mark. Last year they... To read more on this story...
New Prague’s Ellie Hintgen, #14, left, attempts a breakaway from a Buffalo player during the Trojans’ home game on Friday, March 12 at the high school gym. New Prague played hard throughout the game, but lost 75-56. For more on the game see an upcoming print issue of The New Prague Times. (Patrick...
The New Prague boys hockey team dropped three games last week. The Trojans were shutout Tuesday, March 2 by Delano. The Tigers outshot the Trojans, 38-13, and scored four goals in the third period. Senior Jack Wilmes scored his fifth goal of the season Thursday, March 4 in a 2-1 loss to Litchfield/...

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