Sports
1. Sundly sees success on Johnnie gridiron Former North Branch quarterback and multi-sport standout, Zack Sundly, found success in athletics after high school with the St. John’s University football program. The now-six-foot, 200- pounder is paving a path into the Johnnie history books as a starte...Read More
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During the recognition portion of the Dec. 11 NBAPS School Board meeting, Activities-Community Education Director Brett Carlson called upon coaches and students in the audience to address the board about their fall sports seasons. The first to step up to the mic was head boys and girls cross-country...Read More
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Team Xplode, from North Branch, recently won the championship of the Blaine National Sports Center’s U14 Girls Soccer League. The girls went undefeated throughout the season. The team consisted of soccer players ages 12, 13 and 14. The team scored a total of 31 goals on the season, with only 6 goa...Read More
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The seventh grade girls traveled to Balsam Lake, Wisconsin, recently and took first in the Unity Tournament. Team members include: front row – Megan Bunes, McKenzie Richter, Emily Bean, Macy Brodin and Kate Carlson. Second row: Coach Mike Selbitschka, Cianna Selbitschka, Haley Hadrava, Kristi Pilz...Read More
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NB boys remain winless Last Tuesday, the North Branch boys basketball team lost 63-53 at home against Chisago Lakes. Three days later, the Vikings fell 82-51 at Cambridge-Isanti. North Branch, 0-5, play next in a holiday tournament at South St. Paul on Friday, Dec. 26. Viking girls fall at Fridley T...Read More
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