Tuesday, February 26, 2013
Mark Mauer, of Woodbury, was one of 19 men caught in a Fridley police sting.
Mark Mauer, the Hill-Murray School football coach who was charged last week following a prostitution sting in Fridley, has resigned, according to multiple reports. The 54-year-old from Woodbury was charged with a misdemeanor in connection with the two-day police operation at a Fridley hotel. He was booked at the Anoka County Jail and released. Investigators are preparing the cases for the city prosecutor. Mauer resigned as both the football coach and major-gifts officer, according to the Star Tribune. Related: Hill-Murray Football Coach Arrested in Fridley Prostitution Sting Mauer was arrested Feb. 19 at the LivInn Hotel in Fridley as part of the police sting. Officers booked four rooms at the hotel. In one room, a female police officer …
Friday, February 22, 2013
Woodbury resident Mark Mauer was one of 19 men caught in a police sting operation in Fridley Tuesday.
Update: 4:07 p.m., Tuesday, Feb. 26 Mauer has resigned from his two posts at the school. See: Mark Mauer Resigns Amid Prostitution Allegations Original story Fridley police this week arrested Hill-Murray high school head varsity football coach Mark Mauer for soliciting prostitution. Mauer was one of 19 men charged Tuesday with misdemeanors during a two-day police operation at a Fridley hotel. He was booked into the Anoka County Jail and released. Investigators are preparing the cases for the city prosecutor. The Fridley Police Department declined to confirm that the man they arrested is the Hill-Murray coach. Fridley Patch identified Mauer by matching public and published records of his name, date of birth, address and photo with the …
Friday, October 14, 2011
Raptors beat Hill-Murray in 3-2 shootout to to advance in sectional playoffs.
After trailing 1-0 almost the entire Sectional 4-AA quarterfinal game, the East Ridge girls soccer team scored a dramatic goal with less then two minutes remaining and then outshot Hill-Murray's team 3-2 in a tie-breaker shootout Thursday night. Raptor Katey Bergloff scored on a breakaway late in the second half to end regulation play 1-1. Valerie Woulfe, Payton Goulding, and Sarah Rich all scored in the shootout to seal the victory. The Raptors now advance to the sectional semi-finals against perennial power Woodbury on Saturday. The Royals beat Cretin 3-0 on Thursday night.
Monday, July 18, 2011
Sgt. Ian Williams McConnell died as an active-duty Marine July 6 in California.
Gov. Mark Dayton on Monday ordered flags to be flown at half-staff today in honor of a Woodbury Marine who died July 6 in California. Sgt. Ian Williams McConnell, 24, a Hill-Murray graduate, was to be laid to rest Monday, July 18, according to multiple reports. He was to be eulogized at Episcopal Church of the Ascension in Stillwater and buried at Fort Snelling. A pastor at Ascension told the Associated Press that McConnell committed suicide. In a proclamation, Gov. Mark Dayton said McConnell was “a dedicated member of the United States Marine Corps.” He served in Operation Iraqi Freedom and Operation Enduring Freedom in Afghanistan, and was recently accepted into the Marine Corps’ Special Operations Command, according to the proclamation…