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Wearable technology in high school and college sports

Wearable technology in high school and college sports

Oliver Taylor, Writer

February 1, 2017

By Oliver Taylor Last year, Ohio University posted an article on sports technology trends on the rise. Listed at the top spot was wearable technology. Items such as smartwatches, fitness trackers, GPS watches, tracking devices and heart rate monitors were projected to explode in popularity. But t...

Cross Country State Meet

Cross Country State Meet

Ally Cottrell, Writer

November 7, 2016

By Ally Cottrell The cross country state meet was held on Sunday at St. Olaf College 5k course. Eden Prairie qualified three girls and two boys to run in the meet based on their performance in the 6AA section meet. For the girls, junior Malakai Holloway finished 23rd out of 175 runners with a 19:1...

Fueling For Excellence

Fueling For Excellence

Kristina Briant, Cover Story Editor

February 29, 2016

Eating the right foods is as equally important as the physical training athletes complete on a daily basis. “Athletic performance is more than just a matter of training and skill development. Your body needs a fueling and hydration plan for training, performing, recovering and building muscle,” said...

Sweeping Away Traditional Sports

Sweeping Away Traditional Sports

Kayla Albers, Assistant Sports Editor

February 25, 2016

It is common to talk about traditional sports like football, basketball, baseball and so on, but what about the sports not a lot of people talk about? Curling is an uncommon winter sport that just so happens to be pretty popular throughout the north. In December, the Chaska community opened up a curling...

Protect your head: Awareness grows for traumatic brain injuries

Protect your head:  Awareness grows for traumatic brain injuries

Anya Otterson, Website Assistant Editor, Feature Assistant Editor

February 25, 2016

  They’re gaining attention- there’s an entire Will Smith movie about them- and for good reason. Concussions, unfortunately common traumatic brain injuries, require special attention when it comes to the healing process and preventing them in the first place. “You don’t feel like yourself,”...

Signing Day

Signing Day

Andrew Donohue

February 9, 2016

Parents, friends and coaches gathered to celebrate some of Eden Prairie’s finest athletes on February 4th. This event, known as signing day, officially honored all senior athletes who have signed a letter of intent to play either Division 1 or Division 2 college athletics. There were 19 athletes present...

Marching into Grand Nationals

Marching into Grand Nationals

Kayla Albers

December 17, 2015

This year Eagle Band had one of their best seasons to date. With a lot of success throughout their season, the band has lots to celebrate. They started out their season with many rehearsals over the summer, multiple of them being 9-9 rehearsals. This meant playing music and marching for 12 hours in one...

Girls Soccer State Championship

Girls Soccer State Championship

Arun Pargal

November 9, 2015

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