Chanhassen High School Chanhassen, MN, USA

Chanhassen High School

2200 Lyman Blvd Chanhassen, MN, USA
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Salute to Seniors - Maret Elgren Mark Rice Jun 6, 2018

We salute Maret Elgren, a Chanhassen senior with a passion for running who decided, after several unsatisfying years, that she wanted to be better. And she made herself much better...

PREVIEW: Central Open Andrew Kempf Aug 24, 2017

Some top teams and exciting athletes will be competing on Friday at the Central Open at St. Catherine University, hosted by the Minutemen of St. Paul Central. Read out preview for it here!

A Few Passes With Alex Spillum Mark Rice Apr 1, 2017

Alex Spillum certainly made a lot of noise as Chanhassen's star quarterback last fall, but he is equally skilled at leaping into sand pits, and he figures to make a lot of noise doing that this spring as well.

Elite Meet Champions (2x) Teri Durbin Apr 29, 2015

Neither rain, nor cold, nor wind, nor false starts, stays Chanhassen junior Jedah Caldwell from the swift completion of her running events. (via SWNewsMedia.com)

Talent grows in Storm Track program Teri Durbin Apr 1, 2015

The talent Chanhassen has graduated on the track over the past three seasons — state champion Emily Castanias in distance, eight-time state qualifier McKenna Krause in sprints, state relay members Jill Wilder, Kylie Rumble, Anysia Brayboy, Tori Shear, and Carrie Yeakey — has been impressive. (via SWNewsMedia.com)

Ali and Misgen claim top spots in Bauman/Rovn Invitational Teri Durbin Sep 5, 2013

Minnesota's early cross country season has been plagues with high heat and humidity, causing a number of meets to be cancelled last week, and creating challenges for achieving fast times.  While many athletes found themselves in the medical tent and a handful were brought to a local hospital to be treated for dehydration, the races went on!

Wednesday Roundup: Storm set nine new records at True Team May 10, 2012

Nine Chanhassen High School records were broken at the Section 7AAA True Team Track and Field Meet Wednesday at Eden Prairie. The Storm, going up against the entire Lake Conference, finished fifth in the boys standings and sixth in the girls race. (via )

Season's Final Class AA Rankings Nov 2, 2010

Season's final Class AA team and individual rankings, courtesy of RaceberryJam.  State Meet races begin at 1pm on Saturday, November 6th at St. Olaf College in Northfield.

October 11th Cross Country Polls Oct 11, 2010

In the Class A Girl's team rankings the top 6 remain relatively unchange with Blake and Fairmont changing places at #5 and #6.  Dover-Eyota/St. Charles jumps from #10 to #7 and Perham replaces Park Rapids at the #12 spot.  Individually the top 5 also remain the same.  Freshman Leah Jessen (Canby-Minneota) moves into the rankings at #6 following two impressive performances at Montevideo and Willmar.   The Class A Boy's rankings show very little change in the team lineup.  Individually, the top 5 also remain the same.  Byron Schuldt (Nevis) continues to move up in the polls and is at #6 this week.  Aaron Haley (Plainview-Elgin-Milville) returns to the rankings at #7 after dropping out last week and Nick Stokes (Canby-Minneota) and Charlie Lawrence (Foley) move into the rankings at #11 and # 12 respectively.   Class AA Girl's sees Minnetonka jumping from #12 to #6 and Wayzata and Roseville dropping down to #11 and #12 from the middle of the polls.  Individually, Maria Hauger (Shakopee) and Jamie Piepenburg (Alexandria) remain in the #1 and #2 spots and three new faces move into the polls:  Nicole Heitzman (Andover), Laura Lawton (Eden Prairie) and Steph Murray (Rochester Century) take over the #10, #11 and #12 spots.   Class AA Boy's has White Bear Lake dropping from #6 to #10 and Roseville moving into the rankings at #12.  Cole O'Brien makes an impressive move to the #3 spot following a strong performance at the Victoria Lions Invitational.  Kyle Bratrud (Eden Prairie) moves into the rankings at #8 and Christian Skaret (Minnetonka) moves in at #12.

Updated Polls for Class A and AA Oct 4, 2010

Once again, we see some movement in the polls, both for teams and individuals.  With the state meet only one month away, we will soon have the opportunity to see how all of this will play out!   In Class A Boys, the top 5 teams are shuffled around slightly but the rest of the field remains the same.  Individually, Brandon Clark's (The Blake School) impressive performance at Swain this weekend gives him the nod for a top 5 appearance while Jackson Lindquist (Esko) moves into the rankings at #6.  Brendan Skime (Thief River Falls) reappears in the rankings at #11 and Justin Cook (Jackson County Central) moves in at #12.   For Class A Girls, the top 5 teams hold their ground but there is some shuffling around in the remaining group, with Park Rapids moving in at #12 and Perham dropping out of the rankings.  Individually, Whitney Wilgenburg (Hills Beaver Creek/Ellsworth) makes an impressive entrance into the rankings, debuting at the #4 slot, following a 2nd place finish at Milaca and an impressive win at Murray County Central last week.  Marisa Shady (Esko) also moves into the rankings at #11.   In Class AA, both boys and girls team rankings remian unchanged as do the girls individual rankings.  For the boys, Mark Harries (Wayzata) moves in at #12 and Bryant Blahnik (Red Wing) jumps to #7.  

New CC Polls Following Big Weekend of Races Teri Durbin Sep 27, 2010

After a big weekend of races there are a few new names showing up in the polls this week. This past weekend saw over 7,500 Minnesota junior high and high school runners competing in races Friday afternoon and Saturday, making for a great opportunity to see some of MInnesota's top runners. 

Current Cross Country Rankings Teri Durbin Sep 21, 2010

There is some shifting at all levels this week, most notably Holy Family Catholic breaking into the top 5 for Girls Class A, Minnetonka dropping out of the top 5 in Girls Class AA.  The boys top 5 teams shift around but remain at the top of the polls in both Class A and AA.