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Girls' basketball: DeLaSalle puts away St. Croix Lutheran with 37-point second half effort
The Islanders' Nurjei Weems led all scorers with 20 points and contributed 13 rebounds.
Boys' basketball: East Ridge defeats Edina on the road, extends winning streak to 12 games
Sophomore Kendall Brown tallied a game-high 24 points, powering the Raptors to victory.
Girls' basketball: No. 1 Hopkins beats No. 2 Wayzata 69-66
In a battle of conference-rival unbeatens and Class 4A, Section 6 powers, the Royals got 43 points from Paige Bueckers and held on at home to top the Trojans.
Boys' basketball: Zeke Nnaji's 41 points powers Hopkins past Wayzata
The top-ranked Royals in Class 4A trailed by six at halftime but rallied in the second half en route to a 90-80 victory.
Thursday's prep roundup: Tartan finishes strong against Mahtomedi in boys' basketball
Tartan finished on a 16-5 run to upset Class 3A, No. 6 Mahtomedi 63-52 at Tartan High School.The Zephyrs went on a 6-2 run to…
With a three-goal second period, St. Thomas Academy puts away conference foe Hill-Murray
The Cadets scored by committee and held the Pioneers to just one goal after subzero temperatures and snow shut down practices this week.
All eyes on Friday's Hopkins-Wayzata girls' basketball game
The top two teams in Class 4A, both of them undefeated in 18 games, will square off in the most anticipated high school girls' game of the season.
Classes called off, but many prep teams return to action today
Many Minnesota schools that have called off classes for a third straight day are opening for after-school activities, including practices and games.
Cold day on the Range: A trip to the Grand Rapids-Greenway rivalry
A chicken thrown on the ice, a fan whacked with a purse for cheering the wrong school, a goalie switching teams when his father got a new job. Michael Rand recalls a trip to the Iron Range.
The game that WAS played as scheduled: Roseau vs. Warroad
This is not an attempt to shame the schools around Minnesota that were wise enough to call off every scheduled athletic contest on Tuesday. Every contest except for one.
Warroad hockey legend Roberts dies at 93
Dick Roberts grew up playing hockey on the outdoor rinks in Warroad in the early 1940s, then was a Gophers defenseman for three varsity seasons starting in the winter of 1945-46.
Maple Grove running back Evan Hull commits to Northwestern
The metro area’s leading rusher last season had held off signing earlier in hopes of finding what he felt was a better fit.
Frigid weather shuts down all metro high school sporting events
Schools generally have a policy that all activities are called off when bad weather closes them. About 175 basketball and hockey games had been scheduled for metro-area schools.
Monday's prep results
Here's what happened in high school sports action Monday:
Prep athletes of the week: Lakeville South shooting guard gets hot when it counts
Reid Patterson's hot hand was the difference. He made five three-pointers en route to a career-high 39 points in a 69-66 victory over rival Lakeville North.
Top boys' basketball games: Hopkins, DeLaSalle meet for just the second time this century
It might not get much better than Tuesday's scheduled game between the Royals and Islanders, two top-ranked teams with a history of postseason success.
Top girls' basketball games: Undefeated Wayzata, Hopkins collide with plenty on the line
The winner Friday between the Royals and Trojans, ranked No. 1 and 2, respectively, in Class 4A rankings, gains a key potential advantage in the postseason.
Top boys' hockey games: White Bear Lake can answer scoring question by solving Blaine's shutdown defense
The Bears have struggled against teams with top scoring defenses but can they prove they have what it takes to crack a stingy Bengals defense and a top-10 goalie with a win on Tuesday?
Top girls' hockey games: Section title contenders Andover, Blake meet in combustable regular-season showdown
With the end of the regular season near, the Huskies and Bears look for a victory on Friday to prepare each for postseason play.
Power moves started early for Hopkins sister-brother duo
Dlayla and R.J. Chakolis, who honed their talents by physically competing against each other as youngsters, are leaders for the Royals’ girls’ basketball and wrestling teams.
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