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Despite a 24-14 loss to Edina, Royals fans enjoyed football festivities.
Hopkins hosted Minnetonka, Eden Prairie, Edina and Wayzata dance teams Thursday evening.
The Skippers outpaced Chanhassen with an efficient running attack led by DeAndre Singleton. The passing opportunities soon followed as the sectiional semifinal round game ended with a final score of 41-10.
Skippers win 52-14.
The sting of a 1-0 loss to the Hornets has the Skippers fired up for sectional play next week. The team is 9-3-3 going into Thursday's first round.
Sports, The Neighborhood Files
Hoping for a world record, Mini-Hops Gymnastics in Minnetonka participated in a national handstand record attempt.
Minnetonka took advantage of a hot summer day on Tuesday to prepare for the 2011 season.
Youth soccer in Minnetonka is more popular than ever. To find proof, one had to go no further than the parking lot at Minnetonka Middle School West.
The Minnetonka Boy's Lacrosse team never trailed in their match with Maple Grove on Tuesday night resulting in a 16-9 final.
Wayzata, Orono, Edina, Mound Westonka, Delano and Monticello participated in the event.
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