A highlight video captures the team’s best moments of the 2012-13 season.
The St. Louis Park girls basketball team had tough season. The Orioles finished 5-12 overall and 3-12 in the North Suburban Conference. They exited the Section 6AAAA tournament in the first round with a 71-24 loss to Minnetonka. But St. Louis Park was also among the youngest teams in Minnesota and has much promise ahead. YouTube user Todd Ederer offered a look back at the 2012-13 season in the highlights video posted Monday. Do you have videos or photos from the season that you’d like to share with your neighbors? Just click the button above that reads “Upload Photos and Videos.”
The St. Louis Park girls, still dealing with the death of Carly Christenson, lost to Spring Lake Park last week, and the Orioles boys beat the Panthers. North Metro TV posted the games on YouTube.
North Metro TV has posted video reports on YouTube from the varsity girls and boys basketball games on Jan. 18, 2013, between Spring Lake Park High School and St. Louis Park High School. The Orioles boys beat the Panthers 78-64. The St. Louis Park girls, however, lost to Spring Lake Park, 68-28. Carly Christenson, who died Jan. 8 of flu-related complications, was a member of the sophomore squad, according to an article in the Sun Sailor. Head coach Tim Sension told the Sun Sailor, "It has been a long couple of weeks emotionally for our team. But the girls are hanging in there." Related stories:
Coming off a 6-20 record, the St. Louis Park girls basketball team is looking for a turnaround this season.
With winter high school sports beginning, St. Louis Park Patch will be bringing you previews of all the teams at St. Louis Park High School and at Benilde-St. Margaret's School. Today is the St. Louis Park girls basketball preview. Look for Benilde basketball previews on Saturday. And keep visiting St. Louis Park Patch all season for complete coverage of Orioles and Red Knights athletics. Team: St. Louis Park girls' basketball When: Practice started Monday; season starts Dec. 4 at home against Minneapolis Southwest Briefly: While the 2009-2010 season was rough for the Orioles, having Reed Maday and Kika Greenlee — the schools' two all team leading scorers — on the court each night still kept opponents on their toes. With Maday and …