MSHSL Connect: May 2023
Posted: Tuesday, May 23, 2023 - 12:48 PM
May 2023 | Issue 31
A compilation of news from The Minnesota State High School League this month.
Rochester's Dave Healey was the first participant to win three consecutive League championships in Boys Tennis, a feat achieved from 1953-55.
May 8, 2023 MSHSL Representative Assembly
Bylaw amendments to Adapted Athletics and Boys Volleyball were approved Tuesday, May 9, 2023, when the Minnesota State High School League’s Representative Assembly convened for its annual meeting at the Minneapolis Marriott Northwest. The 48-member Representative Assembly is the legislative body of the League that is responsible for creating and amending bylaws.
Salute to Retiring Activities Administrators
The Minnesota State High School League and its member schools thanks the retiring Activities Directors for their tireless service, commitment and promotion of education-based activities for students.
Showcase: Forest Lake alumnus brings home professional live wrestling event for a cause
Two Minnesota high school basketball teams recently enjoyed a reunion 50 years in the making..
Showcase: Melville excited about coaching opportunity at her alma mater
McKenna Melville, a 2017 graduate of Eagan High School, is returning to her alma mater as the head volleyball coach starting in the fall of 2023.
Robotics State Tournament
Robots and their student-human counterparts will take to the floor at Williams Arena on the University of Minnesota campus in Minneapolis on Saturday, May 6, for the Minnesota State High School League’s 2023 Robotics State Tournament.
The teams from Dassel-Cokato, Rocori and Fairmont formed this year’s winning alliance at the Robotics State Tournament.
Two of the three 2022 team champions and six individual champions return to Bowlero in Brooklyn Park on Friday, May 12, for the 2023 Adapted Bowling State Tournament.
Adapted Bowling participants gathered for the state tournament on Friday, May 12 at Bowlero in Brooklyn Park. Singles, doubles and team championships were awarded in three divisions: ASD, CI and PI.
Visual Arts State Festival
The Minnesota State High School League's Visual Arts State Festival is Saturday, May 13 at the Perpich Center for the Arts. Spotlight on the Arts recipients will be honored and have their works on display.
Edina, the No. 4 seed to open the final rounds of the Badminton State Tournament, staged two upsets en route to capturing the team title with a pair or 4-3 victories over No. 1 St. Paul Johnson and No. 3 Burnsville, respectively.