Irondale Knights

Thu
05
Dec

Changes aplenty surrounding Irondale gymnastics

The Irondale/Spring Lake Park co-op gymnastics team is entering the seventh season of the partnership and it could be the last. Policy changes at Spring Lake Park High School could end the co-op and leave that school without a gymnastics program.
With the possibility of just one more season together, the team is looking to go out on a high note.
“If we are healthy we have an opportunity to win the conference,” said head coach Breanna Peloquin.

Wed
27
Nov

Knights looking for contributions throughout the roster

Replacing departed players will be key for the Irondale/St. Anthony Village boys hockey team this winter. The Knights return just seven letterwinners from last year’s team.
"We lost a lot of scoring to graduation, early departures and one transfer,” said Irondale head coach Adam Schmidt, who is in his third season as the Knights’ head coach. “Therefore, we will need the returning players to step up a bit and the young players to contribute immediately if we are going to be successful.”

Wed
27
Nov

Irondale boys basketball team a work in progress

With the departure of its top five scorers from a year ago, the Irondale High School boys basketball team has some work to do get back to that level. Head coach Jon DeMars expects a lot of players to see court time early on as the coaching staff tries to develop a rotation.

Wed
13
Nov

Girls hockey season starts up this week

The calendar might say it’s still autumn but the high school winter sports season has started. One Bulletin-area girls hockey team opened its season last weekend and the other two start things off this week. 
This is a big season for all three teams. Two of them are out to prove that the success they enjoyed last year wasn’t a fluke and the third is playing under a new coach.

Wed
30
Oct

Andover halts Knights' playoff march

At football games at Andover High School, whenever the home team gets a first down or scores a touchdown, the sound of a barking dog is played over the public address system. Those canine sounds were heard quite often on Saturday afternoon as the Huskies ended Irondale's season.
Andover scored on its first three possessions of the game and then blew the game open in the third quarter of its 42-3 win over the Knights in the Section 4AAAAA semifinals.

Wed
23
Oct

Wild victory doesn’t help Mustangs in seed department

It’s hard to imagine a more entertaining high school football game than the one Mounds View High School treated its fans to last Wednesday. The Mustangs came out on the winning side of a seesaw affair against Roseville on the night before the annual state teachers’ convention.The 50-47 contest left spectators nearly breathless and gave Mounds View head coach Jim Galvin his 100th career victory. One thing it didn’t do, however, was help the Mustangs in terms of section seedings.

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