Three weeks into the 2017 season, the North Lakes Academy girls basketball team is off to an exciting start! Everyone is enthusiastic for the upcoming season and what it will bring. Captain Emma Tiedeman (12) is most excited to “see how the team develops and grows over the season.” Each player is working hard to do their best and making improvements where needed, both on offense and defense.
As this is a new season, both the coaches and the captains have many hopes and goals. Coach Jeff Beimert hopes the team will be “playing for the division title and conference championship.” Captain Marie Russ (12) wishes the team “will push for every tough situation and come out strong and learning a new skill.” Captain Katelyn Ozment (11) says her main goal for the team is “having better communication on the floor.”
Last season, the finishing record moved the team to a higher division. Captain Maggie Thiele (12) seems sure they will again have a successful season, saying “we will do well; we have skills and talent on this team.”
Going to Regionals: Shawn Williams (10), Brooke Unze (11), Hailey Mason (11), Laura Stolz (11), Margret Krueger (11), Ryan Staffaroni (11)
Not pictured: Alissa Gmyrek (10)
Special Award Winners:
Most Interesting Project: Jesse Goetz (11) and Courtney Ketchel (11)
Perseverance Award: Marcus Weiss (11) – not pictured
The Photoblog is a compilation of snapshots that depict the daily life of NLA students and staff, some by HP staffer Nathan Saxton, others randomly found on the iPads, so use those cameras at your own risk, People. Updated frequently.
On Tuesday September 25, the North Lakes Academy Huskies Volleyball team travelled to Calvin Christian in Fridley for a Eastern Minnesota Athletic Conference (EMAC) battle. The Huskies, who have been on a strong serving roll, continued that on Tuesday night with another strong performance of 19 total team service aces.
The first game both teams played very well, with Calvin Christian holding on to a 1 or 2 point lead for most of the set. Late in the set, trailing 20-22, the Huskies got control of the serve after a serving error by Calvin Christian. Junior Autumn Percy was the next to serve and served out the final five points of the set along with two service aces to give the Huskies a 25-22 set win.
Sets two and three were split between the two teams with Calvin Christian winning the second set 20-25 and North Lakes Academy winning the third set 25-23. During these two sets the Huskies served up another 8 service aces.
by Cody Warren, staff writer
19 MONTHS AND $26 MILLION DOLLARS LATER…
Broadway, one of the main roads in Forest Lake has undergone extensive construction since Spring of 2011. A year and a half later, things are finally starting to wrap up.
The total cost of the Broadway Project is nearly $26 million, according to City Administrator Aaron Parrish. The county and federal government payed for most of the project; however, Forest Lake contributed $5.5 million. The City’s share covers a portion of the construction, burying the overhead power lines, and installing or relocating water and sewer utilities.
Other projects that have happened in conjunction with the Broadway project include the installation of a roundabout at Broadway and Lake Street, two pedestrian bridges over the Hardwood Creek Regional Trail, and the construction of the 11th Avenue/County 83 Bridge over 11th Avenue.
Let’s join together to celebrate Homecoming Week at North Lakes Academy!
On Tuesday, September 18th, the newly-formed Huskies Athletics Booster Club and our soccer teams will hold Culver’s Night. Stop by Culvers in Forest Lake from 5 to 8 pm to enjoy some delicious food. 10% of all sales during this time will be donated to the school.