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Pete Aus, 70, to coach Roseville boys hockey

At 70 years old, Pete Aus doesn't want to quit coaching hockey. Aus told the Pioneer Press on Thursday that he's accepted the Roseville High School boys hockey coaching job. Last year he coached the Mounds View girls team, and prior to that he coached at Blaine High School and Bethel University.
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