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Coach Adam Martell Impacts the Varsity’s Success

Last year all three high school basketball teams won at least 20 games. The Varsity won 20 games, the JV won 22, and the C-Team won 25.  The most wins of that group was the C-Team, a team that since Coach Adam Martell took over 5 years ago has not had a season with less

New Life Volleyball: Eagles to “beef up” schedule in 2015

via Woodbury Bulletin By Jace Frederick on Oct 31, 2014 at 3:33 p.m. Eagles head coach Wally Bomgren had one thing stuck in his head as he coached from the sidelines during New Life’s section final loss to Mayer Lutheran Oct. 30 — the Crusaders were much improved from when New Life knocked them off in early September.

New Life Volleyball: Eagles fall in section final

via Woodbury Bulletin By Jace Frederick on Oct 31, 2014 at 2:09 p.m. The last time New Life battled Mayer Lutheran in early September, the Eagles came away with a four-set victory. But Oct. 30, in the Section 4A final, it was a different story. Mayer Lutheran seemed to have all of the answers as it stymied the

Boys Soccer End of Season

The New Life Boys Soccer team enjoyed a successful season while finishing 2nd in the MCAA Conference. (Minnesota Chrisitian Athletic Association). As a result of this, 5 boys were named to the All Conference team. There were 3 fist team members – Seniors Chris Kesting, and Ryan Cremers.  Also Sophomore  – Jack Flavin. Honorable Mention

New Life Volleyball: Eagles sweep defending state champ, sit one win from state

via Woodbury Bulletin By Jace Frederick Today at 2:06 a.m. Abby Gorter admitted she was getting just a little nervous. The top-seeded Eagles (31-2) had fallen behind 6-10 in the opening set of their section semifinal matchup with Southwest Christian, the defending state champion.      But that’s right around when Gorter stepped up to serve. And that’s when

New Life Volleyball: Top-seeded Eagles cruise in playoff opener

via Woodbury Bulletin By John Molene on Oct 23, 2014 at 12:12 p.m. Top-seeded New Life had little trouble dispatching Columbia Heights, the No. 16 seed, Oct. 22 in the first round of the Section 4A volleyball tournament.     The Eagles won 25-9, 25-15 and 25-15 to improve to 29-2 on the season. With New Life’s 6-feet-2-inch junior

New Life Volleyball: Eagles sweep MCAA slate en route to conference title

via Woodbury Bulletin By Dane Mizutani on Oct 20, 2014 at 1:20 p.m. It’s becoming commonplace at this point in the season — another week, another key win for the New Life program. Head coach Wally Bomgren and his squad chalked up another crucial win last week, this time with a dominant victory over Heritage Christian. That win

Varsity Girls Soccer Season Wrap Up

by Theresa Baranick (Class of 2016) NLA’s girl’s varsity soccer team had a wonderful season on and off the field! Coming into the season after losing many seniors and gaining new head coach, Blake Brackett, the players were a little unsure of what to expect. The season started off somewhat slowly as the Eagles tied

Girls Tennis Team has Successful Season

by Coach Jen Penwell and Mrs. Brenda Nicol It was a strong year for Lady Eagles Tennis with the team finishing the season with a record of 8-5 in regular season play. The team of 14, with only four upperclassmen, performed well against stiff competition from teams such as Trinity School at River Ridge (5-2