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The Spartans learned from killer drills but is poised to make a strong tournament run.
The Eagles have overcome the loss of Tyus Jones with a lineup that includes nine players getting considerable minutes.
The Minnesota State High School League board has approved a new policy for transgender students that will begin with the 2015-16 school year.
The winter storm and forecast of colder weather has officials concerned that fields could be unsafe even if the wet snow can be removed.
After meeting with the school’s headmaster, Jason Sedlak rescinded his resignation and issued an apology.
A.J. Montgomery was supposed to be Underwood’s starting running back this season. Then he tore the anterior cruciate ligament in one of his knees
Robbinsdale/Hopkins/Mound Westonka scored twice in the final three minutes to top Dakota United for the PI title.
Defensive end J.J. Watt also spent five minutes talking with the Hornets and urged them to ‘take care of business’ in school.
Ten metro-area schools are in limbo as a result of one conference dissolving and another losing four teams.
Conspicuously absent from this week’s boys’ hockey state tournament is the buzz about player safety that dominated last year's action. In its place, coaches talk of cleaner play along the boards and fewer penalties.
Gary Stefano returned to the Maple Grove helm after a district probe involving his Crimson.
Norm Grow, who died Saturday at 72, held several state hoops scoring marks.
Ineligible players have been reported more times this year than either of the past two, turning wins into losses.
A recommendation to undo stiffer penalties for illegal hits was turned down by the Minnesota Hockey board.
Spanning all three adapted sports, the program has won seven consecutive titles.
Benilde-St. Margaret's and Edina will square off in one of the best matchups of the quarterfinal round.
Roseville Area Schools said Thursday that it is investigating a complaint about head boys' hockey coach Jeff Pauletti and assistant coach Carl Hamre.
Devastating injuries on checks from behind have the game on edge and looking at how to keep players safe.
Jack Jablonski's team played again -- with word he was moving both his arms.
An unusual water main break backed up sewage into basements of about 18 homes, leaving lots of you-know-what behind.
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