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New Prague High School volleyball coach Greg Sayuk has been named the Class AAAA Coach of the Year by his peers in the Minnesota High School Volleyball Coaches Association (MNVBCA). Sayuk’s team finished the season in the Class AAAA championship match against undefeated Wayzata, a team loaded with...

New Prague defender Lorelai Hamre cleared the puck away from the front of NP goal and goalie Landon Malecha during the Trojans clash with defending state champion Burnsville/Farmington/Lakeville Thursday in New Prague. Trojans dropped a 12-5 decision to the Blazing Cats. (John Mueller photo)

Having taken on two tough teams, one the defending state champion and the other a state participant, the New Prague floor hockey team knows it will need to play a little better to return to the top of the mountain. The Trojans opened the season Jan. 9 with a win over Dakota United, a team they...

Abdoulaye Tandia decides to pass or shoot midway through TCU’s basketball match against New Richland-H-E-G Monday night. (Mike Mallow photo)

The Tri-City United (TCU) boys basketball team improved to 3-2 in the Minnesota River Conference (MRC) with a split of two games last week. The week started with TCU losing to Belle Plaine, 88-59 Tuesday, Jan. 9. Friday, Jan. 12 the Titans defeated Sibley East, 53-41. In the loss to the Tigers, TCU...
After splitting two games over break, the New Prague High School girls’ hoops team started 2024 off right with a solid win over section competition before opening Metro West play. New Prague topped Rochester John Marshall Jan. 2, a victory that could help NPHS earn a top-four seed in the section...

New Prague’s Lawson Eller at 127 pounds gets a good look at his Chaska/Chanhassen opponent Thursday, Jan. 4. Eller won by a 6-0 decision. (John Mueller photo)

The New Prague High School wrestlers traveled to Chanhassen High School where the Trojans wrestled 15th ranked AAA Chaska/Chanhassen in the opening round and then faced off against Eden Prairie. In both NPHS had close wins, clipping the wings of the Stormhawks, 31-25, and the Eagles, 36-29. New...
New Prague’s gymnastic team hosted the 11th annual Matt Shetka Invitational Saturday, Jan. 6, with nine teams competing. “The Matt Shetka invite was a great meet. New Prague had two teams of nine competing at the meet,” said head coach Darrell Christenson. “Our team one took third place overall ...

Tri-City United sophomore Ella Schmiesing takes a shot during 62-52 win over WEM Thursday, Dec. 28 in Waterville. Schmiesing scored 11 points and grabbed 12 rebounds. (Jay Schneider photo)

The Tri-City United (TCU) girls basketball team trailed for the first 26 minutes of their Thursday, Dec. 28 game with WEM. But once they took the lead they never relinquished it, pulling out a 62-52 nonconference win over the Buccaneers. WEM scored the first bucket of the game, a three-pointer by...

Tri-City United junior Teddy Schatz lays a ball in the basket for two of his 12 points in a four-point nonconference win over WEM Thursday, Dec. 28 in Waterville. Schatz led the team with three, three-pointers. (Jay Schneider photo)

The Tri-City United (TCU) boys basketball team outscored WEM 34- 16 over the final nine minutes of their game Thursday, Dec. 28 to pull out a 72-68 nonconference win in Waterville. After leading 27-25 at halftime, the Bucs increased their lead to 52-38 on a rebound basket by senior Caleb Caron with...

WEM senior Charles Slayton puts up a shot over the outstretched arms of Tri-City United center Reggie Vosejpka. Slayton grabbed four rebounds and helped hold Vosejpka, who averages 24 points per game, to only 11 points. (Jay Schneider photo)

The Tri-City United (TCU) boys basketball team outscored WEM 34-16 over the final nine minutes of their game Thursday, Dec. 28 to pull out a 72-68 nonconference win in Waterville. After leading 27-25 at halftime, the Bucs increased their lead to 52-38 on a rebound basket by senior Caleb Caron with...

Dozens of New Prague High School alums took part in the 64th annual Sno-Bowl football game Saturday at Memorial Park. The game ended in a scoreless draw for the fifth time. The contest featured gridiron greats from the early-1970s to 2019 and beyond playing for the Polars and the Ptarmigans. The series stands with the Polars leading 32-19 with 13 ties. (John Mueller photo)

The two end zones were uncharted territory when the Ptarmigans and Polars resumed their annual rivalry in the 64th annual SnoBowl tackle football game Saturday, Dec. 30, at Memorial Park. Billed as the longest-running alumni snow football game – anywhere – Saturday’s contest was played on a...

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