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Strength Training for High School and Middle School

STRENGTH AND CONDITIONING  – Spring 2021 WHO:      High School (At High School) for all students in grades 9 – 12.                    Middle School (At FMS) for all students in grades 6, 7, & 8. We strongly encourage ALL athletes to get involved in this program. WHAT:    The program consists of daily warm-ups, lifting weights,

Fridley Wrestlers Continue Win Streak

Last night the Fridley Tiger wrestlers continued their win streak with a 60-9 victory over section opponent Minneapolis Patrick Henry and a 60-6 victory over conference/section opponent Richfield. With wins last week over Rosemount and Minneapolis North, the Tigers are now 5-1-1 on the season.

Boys and Girls Basketball Streaming Links

Our Games tonight will be live on the NFHS Site. Here is the link for the Girls Game at St. Anthony on January 22, 2020 – game time is 7:00pm: This is our Home link for the NFHS Network – The Boys team is home tonight – January 22, 2021 – 6:00pm game time.

Tiger Wrestlers Get Revenge on 2020!

The 2019-2020 Fridley Tiger wrestlers (seeded 4th in 5AA) ended their season with a loss to 5th seed Mound Westonka in the section quarterfinals. It was a close loss that was still in the minds of Tiger grapplers and coaches as they began this season. Tonight the Tigers kicked off the season by hosting Mound

Fridley Activities Update      12/28/20

Dear families, We are pleased to announce that we are able to begin in person practices for our winter activities on January 4, 2021. Below you will find the list of coaches for each individual sport or activity. Please contact the coach to receive the information ASAP about signing up for the Google Classroom so

Fridley Football Named Associated Press Class 4AAAA Football STATE CHAMPIONS

It has been 30 years since Fridley High School has had a team come home with a state championship title. The 2020 Football Fridley Tigers did it “Old School Style”. And why not? In an unconventional year like 2020, it is only fitting that the football state champions were named by the voting of Associated