Hopkins Varsity Softball

  • Overall Record: 8 - 10
  • Conference Record: N/A

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Softball season begins Mon. March 11th

WEEK OF MARCH 11 Monday-Friday 5:30-8pm Lindbergh Center   WEEK OF MARCH 18 Monday-Thursday 3-5:30pm Lindbergh Center   Contact Coach Yancy for practices beyond this date. carl.yancy@hopkinsschools.org

Molly Meland & Joe Fahnbulleh named 2019 Athena & Apollo award recipients!

Congratulations are in order! The Athena and Apollo honors are awarded to the most outstanding male and female athletes in the senior class, as determined by the entire staff of head coaches. Other 2019 nominees were: ATHENA APOLLO Dlayla Chakolis Eli Hoeft Anna Erickson Nick Kanitz Sarah Hoffman James Klecker Amelia Merfeld Wyatt Nelson Mary

Countdown to Spring Sports…Are you Ready?!

The snow is still falling, but believe it or not spring sports are on the way. Make sure you’ve taken the necessary steps to start on DAY 1. Current Physical on File Online Registration Complete All-Clear Card in Hand  

Information Meeting for Softball

Interested in playing softball this spring? Get to the information meeting: Wed. January 23rd 7pm W263   If you have any questions in advance, contact head coach, Carl Yancy at carl.yancy@hopkinsschools.org

All Outdoor Athletic Events Canceled Friday 4/13

All outdoor athletic games/meets/matches have been canceled today. NO Track Meet at Eden Prairie NO Softball Games with Maple Grove NO Baseball Games with Champlin Park NO Boys Tennis Match with Blake NO Boys & Girls Lacrosse Games with St. Louis Park NO Adapted Softball Tournament   **Athletes should check in with their head coach for

Hopkins High School Varsity Softball beat Edina High School 6-1

Tuesday, May 30, 2017 4:30 PM Hopkins High School AWAY 6 Edina High School HOME 1 Game Recap Hopkins opened up semi final play in the 6AAAA playoffs against Edina on Tuesday night. Combining strong defensive play and consistent offensive pressure, the Royals beat the Hornets 6-1, avenging an earlier loss. Mak Merritt controlled the