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RJ "The Beast" Chakolis

RJ Over the last two seasons Richard "RJ" Chakolis, Jr. has been amazing.

His wrestling record is 100-1 in Folkstyle Wrestling. He has won back-to-back city championships for Farview Park. He is a two time state champion, winning his weight class last weekend in Rochester. He pinned all of his opponents.

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Farview Ski Team: Skiing strong into spring!

 Farview Ski Team: Skiing strong into spring!For the past four years, Farview Park has been home to one of the only neighborhood ski teams in Minneapolis.
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Students set sights on college level athletics

Students set sights on college level athleticsTwo North Community High School students were celebrated by peers and teammates for accomplishing what few saw as a reality.
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Big Ten Bound

Big Ten Bound

Malik Rucker, 17, a senior at Robbinsdale Cooper High School, last week announced he will accept a football scholarship to University of Iowa in Iowa City, IA. Rucker was among some 18 athletes locking down college choices at the National Signing Day event at Robbinsdale Cooper. The scene was being enacted in high schools nationwide as standout athletes met the college deadline for accepting scholarships.

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Positive, responsible, educated, passionate

Positive, responsible, educated, passionateDante' Rabb credits two things for his life's successes – basketball and education.

So the former college basketball star is combining the two with his newly formed Minnesota P.R.E.P. youth basketball program. P.R.E.P. is an acronym for positive, responsible, educated and passionate.
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Rams and Wildcats host playoff games, remain No. 1 in HBCU Football

Rams and Wildcats host playoff games, remain No. 1 in HBCU FootballAfter winning the CIAA Championship two weeks ago and coming off a bye week, the Winston-Salem State Rams remained No. 1 in the Boxtorow national media poll.
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Lynx honored at the White House

Lynx honored at the White HouseWASHINGTON - President Barack Obama welcomed the Minnesota Lynx to the White House last Tuesday in recognition of the team's 2011 WNBA Championship. The President honored the team's memorable 2011 season, as well as the efforts of the Lynx to support health and wellness programs through its WNBA FIT and Breast Health Awareness initiatives.
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