Five different goal scorers spurred Chaska to an 11-3 halftime lead, a 15-5 home-opening girls lacrosse win over Shakopee on April 17.
Chaska scored six runs in the first inning, 15 total runs over the first two at-bats, in the season opener at Eden Prairie on April 13.
Ben Sampson at third singles, Manny Marston and Aidan Traeger at second doubles and Tennessee Fossen and Jack Kelly at third doubles each won four games for Chaska in a 7-0 loss to Prior Lake on April 15.
Two of the premier pitchers in the state of Minnesota, future Gophers Sydney Schwartz of Chanhassen and Brynn Hostettler of Northfield dazzled April 15 under the bright lights at Storm Stadium.
A total of six hits in the game, Minnetonka manufactured a run with a single, fielder's choice and two wild pitches to score the go-ahead tally in a 4-3 win over Chanhassen in 10 innings April 15.
By an unanimous vote, the Minnesota State High School League Board of Directors is recommending from its eight-member Sports Medicine Advisory Committee for the Minnesota Department of Health to adjust mask requirements, allowing masks to be removed when student-athletes are in outdoor competition.
A team other than Chanhassen won a Metro West Conference girls golf event for the first time since 2015, Chaska posting a 20-stroke victory in the 2021 season opener at Bluff Creek Golf Club.
Henry Bushey was welcomed to the big club on April 12 with quite the hitting performance for Chaska in the season opener at Eden Prairie.
As an outsider (I neither grew up or live in the area), I am always asked about Chaska. My response always begins and ends with the word community.
It was a play Chaska had run dozens of times this season. Yet at shootaround April 9, hours before the Minnesota State High School League Class 4A Girls Basketball Championship, coach Tara Seifert wanted to practice it.
While only 300 or so spectators will be allowed into the Target Center tonight among the Chaska Hawks contingent for the State Girls Basketball Championship, gatherings before and after the game are open to the public.
Minneapolis North High School was the capital of high school basketball in the 1990s. Khalid El-Amin and Jabbar Washington led the Polars to a trio of state titles between 1995 and 1997.
A 78-game win streak, a No. 1 ranking not only in the state of Minnesota, but in the country according to ESPN. One more win and Hopkins will own the state's all-time consecutive wins record.
C3 Lacrosse, which serves the communities of Chanhassen, Chaska, Carver and Victoria, has spots available for boys and girls at the 6U, 8U, 10U, 12U, and 14U level teams with registration open until April 4.
A crossover kiss off the glass for two? How about a drive through two bodies, a shot off the glass for an answer? A corner 3-pointer? How about a step-back 3-pointer in returner.
Not too often an undefeated team will face another undefeated team at the state tournament in the era of seeding teams. Yet that is what awaits for third-ranked Chaska and fourth-ranked Stillwater in the Class 4A State Girls Basketball Tournament.
A shot advantage of 32-11 through two periods, Minnetonka found themselves uncomfortably ahead just 1-0 into the third period.
The odds were stacked for Holy Family Catholic in the Section 5AA Championship on March 26 against second-ranked and top-seeded Minneapolis North.
Forty-eight of the top vaulters in Class AA hit the mat March 27 at Champlin Park High School for the state competition. Chaska High School senior Autumn Hepola was one of them for the first time.
PJ Velazquez felt good about his draw in the 145-pound bracket. Things played out just as he hoped. But in sports not everything goes to plan.
Not much separated Shakopee and Chaska into the Section 2-4A boys basketball championship. Just one spot in the final Minnesota Basketball News rankings. Less than one point per game scored average.
Southwest Christian never expected to be playing for a Section 5AA championship. A No. 10 seed just doesn't make the finals every day.
Tara Seifert pulled down her mask briefly, flashing a smile, and then cut down the remaining strands of the net, throwing it into the air like a bride with flowers on her wedding day
It was a game of cat and mouse between coaches Lee Smith of Eden Prairie and Sean Goldsworthy of Minnetonka.
The Minnesota State High School League Wrestling Tournament is set for March 25-27 at St. Michael-Albertville High School.
Spring is in the air and that means it’s time to play ball! Registration is open on Chanhassen Athletic Association’s (CAA) brand new website for the following baseball and softball programs:
Rory Guilday and Hanna Baskin stood inside the blueline, hands on the knobs of their sticks. About to embark on a sixth power play early in the third period, the Minnetonka captains weren't talking about how to beat Holy Family Catholic goaltender Sedona Blair.
Four Chaska/Chanhassen seniors stood on the pool deck, one last race together to go when the leader of the pack, Evan Bock, called them together.
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