What once were lopsided matches in favor of Wayzata have tightened-up the last couple of years and last year the Knights tennis team season ended in a difficult lost to Wayzata in … With no individual tournament play available this year due to COVID, the 2020 season is officially over. In their opening match they were defeated by a team from Moundsview High School 4-6 0-6 which dropped them into the consolation bracket. The STMA Girls Tennis season ended after falling to Maple Grove High School in the semifinals of the Section 5AA tournament. HOME VS WAYZATA HIGH SCHOOL. The STMA Girls Tennis team played host to Lake Conference rivals Wayzata High School on Sept. 10 and lost 5-2 but showed they can play tough against very good Lake Conference rivals. News and Highlights for STMA Activities and Students We have the resources you need to take your high school team to the next level. 635 likes. Tennis is a great fit for schools: a safe, non-contact sport that can be played anywhere. STMA High School Activities. This bullish running back—aptly nicknamed “The Bus”—was diagnosed with asthma at age 15 after passing out during a high-school football tryout. It was the second year in a row that the season ended in a semifinal loss. Register your school for a tennis program through USTA. High School / College / Professional; Little League; Little League Pitcher’s Mound and Home Plate Area ; Field Hockey: Field Dimensions; Football: High School; College; Professional; Lacrosse. Juniors Meadow LaDuke and Emma Thole competed in State High School League Class AA Doubles Tennis Tournament Oct. 24 and 25 at Baseline Tennis Center on the U of MN campus in Minneapolis. The program provides an opportunity for girls ages 10 through 18 to play volleyball year round, thus allowing them to learn new skills and develop skills already acquired. STMA JO's program is committed to the development and promotion of girl's volleyball within the St. Michael-Albertville area. Middle School East; Middle School West; STMA High School; The mission of District 885 is to provide a safe educational environment where students are encouraged to develop lifelong learning skills which nurture positive attitudes and self-worth. Located thirty minutes west of Minneapolis, Minnesota, serving St. Michael, Albertville, and surrounding communities.