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New Prague’s Aiden Dorzinski shoots the puck into a wide open net for his team’s first goal in a 5-4 overtime win over East Ridge Saturday, Dec. 1. See more photos at newpraguetimes.com. (Chuck Kajer photo)
The New Prague Trojan boys hockey team lost its opening game to Shakopee, but rebounded with a pair of overtime wins to start the season 2-1 under first year Coach Cory Lonke. Grant Yackly scored the winning goals in both wins for New Prague. The Trojans were scheduled to travel to Red Wing Tuesday...

New Prague’ Bethany Vasecka leads a fast break during New Prague’s loss to Shakopee Tuesday, Nov. 27. See more photos at newpraguetimes.com. (Chuck Kajer Photo)

The New Prague Trojan girls basketball team split its first two games of the season last week, both at home. The Trojans opened with a loss to Shakopee, but rebounded in a big way with a 70-22 win over Rochester Century. New Prague was scheduled to face Blaine Tuesday, Dec. 4. They will play Friday...
Disney on Ice will be playing this weekend, with eight shows at the Xcel Energy Center in St. Paul, and a New Prague native will have a featured role in the production. Cale Ambroz, son of Chuck and Cindy Ambroz, got his start skating with the New Prague Area Figure Skating Club when he was six...
The Minnesota River Bulldog Hockey Team opened its season with a win and loss against North Branch and Dodge County. The team opened its season on Friday, Nov. 23 against North Branch. The team lost 5-1. Coach Shea Roehrkasse said he thought the team played well overall on the weekend, but just...
Awards have been released by WEM fall sports head coaches. In cross country, junior Tucker Rients and eight grader Addison Peed were named the Most Valuable Runners. In football, junior Brant Melchert was named the team MVP. In volleyball senior MaeLea Harmon was named MVP for the second straight...
The three fall sports at WEM had tremendous seasons. The football team won the Blue Sub-District Championship. The volleyball team won the Gopher Conference and placed second in the Section 2A Tourney. The WEM/JWP girls cross country team won the Gopher Conference and the boys team placed second....
New Prague’s Kaitlyn Blair puts her team on top 2-1 with a shot from just inside the blue line during the Trojans’ game with St. Paul United at Prior Lake Friday, Nov. 23. United tied the game late and it ended in a 2-2 tie. (Chuck Kajer Photo)
The New Prague Trojan girls hockey team went 1-1-1 during a busy week of action last week. The squad began with a 3-2 loss to Chaska/Chanhassen, then tied St. Paul United (No. 4, Class A) 2-2 in the first round of the Prior Lake Tournament. United won a shootout 3-2 to advance to the championship...

Sophomore Payton Hard brings the puck into the offensive zone for New Prague during the Trojans’ 9-2 win over Red Wing Tuesday, Nov. 13. (Chuck Kajer Photo)

Senior Kaitlyn Blair had a career game to lead the New Prague Trojans to a 9-2 win over Red Wing in their season opening girls hockey game Tuesday, Nov. 13. Blair, a six-year varsity player, scored three goals and added four assists, accounting for seven points. Two other Trojans, Ellie Skaja and...

Ben Dietz

For the fourth straight year New Prague High School Alum Ben Dietz is being recognized by the Amateur Trapshooting Association (ATA) as an “All-American.” The ATA All-American selection requirements are rigorous with individuals earning points and ranking throughout the year when they compete at...
A few changes could be in the works for the Dakota-Rice- Scott League baseball next summer as the Minnesota Baseball Association has changed its criteria for classification of teams. Currently 12 of the 13 teams in the league are classified as Class C teams and one (Elko) is Class B. The...

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