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Minnesota Girls

Head coach Cailyn Olesen talks about the team's season in the competitive Lake Conference that includes teams like Edina, Minnetonka and Wayzata, coaching at a co-op program and what next year might look like for the squad.
After losing 13 seniors in 2020-2021, the Storm'n Sabres knew that the last season wouldn't be easy. The team has spent the past season acclimating young players to a varsity roster and has found new leaders all over the ice.
The Trojans finished the 2021-2022 season with a 17-9-1 record, but with some key players graduating and Williamson stepping down to focus on her career, things may look a bit different for the team next year.
The recipients of this years awards go to Vivian Jungels of Edina and Maggie Malecha of Northfield.

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The Warriors will play Proctor/Hermantown for the state championship on Saturday.
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