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New Life Girls Basketball: Jensen takes the helm at New Life

via Woodbury Bulletin By Matthew Davis on Nov 25, 2014 at 11:36 a.m. New Life Academy will need a crew of new varsity players to gel in order to match or improve upon last season’s 17-11 record and section semifinal appearance. The Eagles return senior captains Sydney Steele and Valerie Hohol. Beyond those two, the roster looks vastly

Eagle Spirit at Eagle Pride Night

Parents, grandparents, teachers, students & super fans were out in full force last night for Eagle Pride Night 2014!  Great to see support for all teams at the beginning of the basketball  season!        

It is Finally Basketball Season

With the football pads hung up, snow on the soccer fields and the volleyball nets in the closet, it is time to bring out the basketballs and play a little “round-ball”. An exciting of hoops is expected at all levels — high school and junior high — for both the girl’s and boy’s basketball programs.

Eagle Pride Night 2014

2014 Eagle Pride Night Monday, November 24, 2014 Join us as the basketball teams and cheer squad kick off their seasons! Schedule 6:00-6:20     6th grade boys 6:20-6:40     6th/7th grade girls 6:40-7:00     7th grade boys 7:00-7:20     8th grade girls 7:20-7:40     8th grade boys 7:40-8:05     C/JV boys 8:05-8:15     Cheer Squad 8:15-8:35     JV/varsity girls 8:35-9:00     Varsity boys and

Giere & Hohol Sign National Letters of Intent

Congratulations to two senior New Life Academy softball players who signed National Letters of Intent today.  Catcher Malorie Giere (’15) will be playing at Lipscomb University, a D1 school in Nashville, TN. Pitcher Valorie Hohol (’15) will join the team at University of Minnesota Duluth, a D2 school. Mal and Val have been part of

Thor, Stenerson, Gorter & Bomgren Earn Post Season Honors

Three junior Eagle Volleyball players were named to the 15 member MN Class A All State  First Team at the State High School volleyball banquet on the eve of the state tournament.  Athletes are nominated by their coaches and the final team is voted on the by MN Coach’s Association. Congratulations to Abby Gorter, Abby Thor,

Eagle Volleyball All Conference Awards

Congratulations to five ladies on the Eagle volleyball team for earning MCAA All Conference awards: Abby Gorter (jr.) First Team All Conference Hannah Nelson (so.) Second Team All Conference Maddie Stocker (sr.) Second Team All Conference Abby Thor (jr.) First Team All Conference Kara Stenerson (jr.) First Team All Conference

Eagle Football Post Season Awards

Congratulations to six senior Eagle Football members for being named to the Tri Metro All Conference team! Dan Niemeyer (Hon. Mention All Conference) Jake Wynia (Hon. Mention All Conference) Sam Horner (First Team All Conference) Jacob Hoppe (Hon. Mention All Conference) Caleb Deiss (Hon. Mention All Conference) Seth Rice (First Team All Conference)  

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.