Zumba with Marie will be offered by the Saint Paul Department of Parks and Recreation at 10 a.m. Fridays, November 5-May 27, at the Edgcumbe Recreation Center, 320 S. Griggs St. The drop-in class offers a total workout, including cardio, muscle conditioning, balance and flexibility. The cost is $4 per class. Call 651-695-3711 or visit stpaul.gov/EdgcumbeRec.

Free basketball skills training for children in grades K-2, 3-5 and 6-8 will continue next month at recreation centers in the area. Conducted by John Carrier, head coach at Nova Classical Academy, the camps will meet after school on November 1 at Groveland, 2021 Saint Clair Ave. (651-695-3714); and November 3 at Merriam Park, 2000 Saint Anthony Ave. (651-298-5766). To register, visit stpaul.gov/parks.

Saint Thomas Academy inducted 12 alumni and one former coach into its Athletic Hall of Fame on September 24. The 2021 honorees included Matt Hoyland ’08 (swimming), the late David Preuss ’81 (football, hockey, baseball), the late Mike Sjoberg (basketball, golf coach), Greg “Mono” Monahan ’81 (football, hockey, baseball), Gary Armstrong ’68 (football, baseball, basketball), and Sean Flood ’66 (basketball, football). The 2020 inductees were Dan Fitzgerald ’03 (soccer, basketball), Nate Howard ’99 (football, hockey), Chris Thome ’87 (football), Ed Bifulk ’78 (football, track), Tom Campion ’71 (football, baseball, basketball), Ted Gonsior ’71 (football, track team, basketball), and Tom Linstroth ’64 (football).

Highland Park High School inducted the following into its Athletic Hall of Fame on October 2: Myint Maung ’11 (track, football), Marc Brown ’96 (track, football), Sophie Ristau ’11 (track, cross-country, Nordic skiing), and Roy Allen ’90 (track, football, basketball).

Minnesota state high school basketball players, coaches and managers who participated in 1913-1970 state tournaments are invited to a reunion from 11 a.m.-4 p.m. Thursday, March 24, 2022, at The Graduate Hotel on the University of Minnesota campus. Register at tinyurl.com/42hzn6bp.

USA Hockey’s My Why Tour will feature the defending Olympic champion U.S. Women’s National Team facing Canada at 7 p.m. Monday, December 20, at Xcel Energy Center. See ticketmaster.com.


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