List of Minnesota State High School League State Championships (Fall)

List Of Minnesota State High School League State Championships (Fall)

The Minnesota State High School League conducts championships for high school sports in Minnesota. Here is a list of past fall sports champions.

Read more about List Of Minnesota State High School League State Championships (Fall):  Girls Tennis, Boys Soccer, Girls Soccer, Boys Cross Country Running, Girls Cross Country Running, Girls Volleyball, Football, Girls Swimming and Diving

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List Of Minnesota State High School League State Championships (Fall) - Girls Swimming and Diving
... Girls Swimming and Diving Year SchoolClass 1924 Virginia HighSchool 1925 Virginia HighSchool 1926 Virginia HighSchool 1927 Eveleth 1928 Biwabik HighSchool 1929 Biwabik HighSchool 1930 Virginia ... Stephen A 2010 Edina HighSchool AA Hutchinson HighSchool A 2011 Edina HighSchool AA Sartell-St ... Stephen A 2012 Edina HighSchool AA Northfield HighSchool A ^ No statechampionship was held between 1943 and 1974 ...

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