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Sections Line Up and Schedule

Hey Lakers! Happy Memorial day, hope that you all have the opportunity to get outside and enjoy the beautiful weather! We’re looking at a great week it seems for Sections on Tuesday and Thursday. Monday we will have practice at the track at 3:30pm for those looking to get a pre-meet workout in. For those

This Week in SW Track & Field 5/20

Hey Lakers! Coming into the final stretch and we can’t wait to give it all we got into the finish and see some great results and times at Cities, Sections, and hopefully for some State! Since the next few weeks will all be a blur we have attached the schedule through the end of the

Laker Boy’s Volleyball heads to first ever Boys State Tournament!

The Minneapolis Southwest Boys Volleyball team defeated Minnetonka 3-1 last night for the conference championship! They will play in the first ever Minnesota Boys Volleyball State Tournament this weekend at Shakopee High School. Their last match of the season is at Southwest tomorrow night. It is a non-conference match against Rogers who also won their conference and is advancing to

This week in SW Track & Field 5/13

Hey Lakers, Last full week of training before championship season! It’s crazy to think but this season is on its way to coming to an end. Lets make these last few weeks great.  Great practices and workouts for sure but more importantly great memories…when the years go by you may forget your exact times you ran

Southwest Car Wash May 16th

Hey Laker families, On Thursday May 16 we will have our annual car wash fundraiser from 3:30-6:00 at Lake Harriet Methodist Church.  This event is a fundraiser to help us afford coaches, get new equipment, and help out the community by cleaning their cars and is a requirement of the athletes. Presale Tickets: Since we

This week in SW Track & Field 5/6

Happy Sunday Lakers! Coming off of another great week and some fun meets and good performances.  Results from yesterday’s Minnehaha meet can be found HERE.  It was awesome to see the 7th through 10th graders really step up and some sleepy juniors and seniors, who all won or hit a PR in their events, perform