Sports

The Minnesota Thunder Academy U17 team at the Gothia World Youth Cup

Woodbury soccer players take home the trophy at Sweden’s Gothia Cup.

The East Metro Miracle League provides an opportunity to play baseball for kids ages 3 to 18 with cognitive and/or physical special needs. The integrated teams play on the specially designed Miracle Field at HealthEast Sports Center, and players are matched as needed with a volunteer buddy.

70-year-old goalie Kim Newman stands in net.

Longtime Woodbury resident Kim Newman undoubtedly qualifies as one of the oldest goaltenders in the State of Hockey.

The Woodbury High School football team charges onto the field before a game.

Despite a rocky start to the season, the Woodbury High School football team bounced back for their second straight conference title.

In June, the Woodbury Area Chamber of Commerce hosted its 33rd annaul golf tournament. Proceeds from the event fund higher education scholarships for local seniors and summer camps at the YMCA.

U.S. Bank Stadium, the home stadium of the Minnesota Vikings

Take your pick - Lynx, Timberwolves, Twins, United FC, Vikings and Wild. And that's just the pro sports teams in Minnesota.

Sarah Krotz, a coach at TITLE Boxing Club Woodbury, kicks a punching bag.

Women are bringing their strength and drive to kickboxing gyms like 9Round and TITLE Boxing Club.

A kickball, much like the one used at the Woodbury Area Chamber of Commerce kickball tournament.

Last year saw the inaugural Woodbury Area Chamber Kickball Tournament, and it was an unequivocal success, selling out every ticket.

John Pohl and Krissy Wendell-Pohl hug each other.

Catching up with Woodbury residents and state of hockey royalty John and Krissy Pohl.

A golfer plays a virtual golf simulation at X-Golf in Woodbury.

X-Golf offers 5,500 square feet of fun, including simulators where guests can play (virtually) the world’s top courses, always in perfect weather.

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