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Boys soccer defeated by conference leader Holy Angels

Richfield, Minn. – The Fridley boys soccer team was handed its first conference loss of the season on Thursday evening when it was defeated by Holy Angels 4-0. Playing with a man down following a red card in the 30th minute, the tigers managed fewer attempts on goal compare to the Stars on the day.

Balance team effort gives tigers men’s soccer much needed tie

Fridley, Minn. – Cristo Rey Jesuit scored early in the first half to lift the Pumas to a 1-0 lead over host Tigers on Thursday night. The Tigers men’s soccer team used strong tackling from Defenders Santiago Esteban and Angel Bautista to keep the game 1-0 in the first half. late in the second half


Today, we took our team motto of FLUIDS (Fun; Loyalty; Unity; Intensity; Determination; Sportsmanship) to the next level. The FHS Girls’ Soccer Team was nominated and accepted the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge. Aside from getting water dumped on our heads, we were able to raise money to donate to the ALS Association.   We also

Off To A Good Start

The Fridley varsity Girls’ Soccer team kicked off the season on Thursday night against Minneapolis Patrick Henry.  The team worked well and seemed more comfortable with the ball as the game progressed. The Tigers pulled off a 3-0 victory, with 2 goals from Lauren Backstrom (2 Goals on the season).  Also scoring was 9th Grade

Fridley Volleyball Serves at FMSC

Fridley volleyball coaches, players, friends and family helped pack more than 11,000 meals on Friday Aug 15th at Feed My Starving Children in Coon Rapids.

New Season Begins August 11

  Fridley Girls’ Soccer will begin practicing Monday August 11. Practice will go from 9AM-12:30PM Monday – Friday. Come Prepared to Practice. NEEDS: Cleats; Shin guards; running shoes; water bottle (with water!) Optional: Light Snack; Notebook & pen/pencil (for classroom sessions) On Thursday,  August 7, 2014   Parents and players in Volleyball, Boys and Girls Cross Country,

Colter Allen awarded 2013-2014 Swimming and Academic All American

Each year the National Interscholastic Swim Coaches Association (NISCA) recognizes outstanding swim athletes for both swimming and academic achievements. The top 100 swimmers in each event as determined by the fastest times achieved during regularly scheduled interscholastic meets are named All America swimmers. While representing Fridley High School, Colter achieved a 100 Fly time of

Fridley Athletics Needs Your Help

With the new website, we now have a portal to promote our sports like never before.  If you would like to get involved with reporting scores, writing articles or even taking pictures or video … Contact the Athletic Department to see what you can do to help and make the best of the best