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Freshness dots 3A volleyball field with a familiar state tournament favorite
North St. Paul, St. Louis Park and Elk River are each making their first Class 3A state tournament appearance. But defending champion Eagan is the team to beat. Plus a look at Class 2A and 1A favorites.
Two Thursday night games kick off state tournaments picks
Shakopee, in just its second state tournament, takes on defending champ Lakeville North while Champlin Park gets a rematch of a regular season game against Rosemount.
Back at state after 36 years, once-struggling Coon Rapids shows it has a move or two
With new coach Nick Rusin and a trusting confidence in each other, the Cardinals have shed a ‘‘losers’’ tag with a rebuilt roster poised to compete for a Class 5A championship.
Podcast: New teams on the block set to make volleyball tournament debut
In the latest Talking Preps podcast, David La Vaque and Jim Paulsen set the stage for three days of state tournament volleyball and football quarterfinals starting Thursday.
Tuesday's preps results
Here's what happened in high school sports contests on Tuesday:
Ex-Staples wrestling coach Dravis dies at 82
Don Dravis coached the Cardinals to seven Class 1A wrestling titles between 1978 and 1985.
Monday's preps results
Here's what happened in high school sports on Monday:
Meet the 2019 Star Tribune All-Metro volleyball team
Also see this year's second and third teams, listed below.
Eagan's Orr named Star Tribune Metro Player of Year in volleyball
Wildcats junior Kennedi Orr, who has committed to play at Nebraska, digs and passes with uncanny accuracy and becomes a feared hitter when she moves to the front row.
Holy Angels' Noah Hermanson leads Metro Athletes of the Week for Oct. 28-Nov. 2
Also recognized: Kaleb Blaha (Fridley), Emma Fournier (Maple Grove), Kirby Gilbertson (Park Center), Oscar Smythe (Edina), Analee Weaver (Stillwater) and Brooke Weichbrodt (Concordia Academy).
Saturday's prep sports roundup
A look at football and volleyball playoff action around the metro on Saturday.
Mounds View boys edge Eden Prairie for first 2A cross-country championship
Coach’s emotions spill over in aftermath of his first title.
Reusse: The one that got away lives on in memories in Cambridge
The Minnesota prep football playoffs started in 1972. Conference champions were rated by a computer. And 45 years later, 60-year-old men from Cambridge still wonder about the process.
Reusse: Hutchinson football makes long-awaited return trip to state
Hutchinson and Marshall were both 8-0 in the regular season. Hutch was rated No. 1 in the final 4A ratings and Marshall at No. 8.
Coon Rapids edges Andover to clinch first state tourney berth since 1983
Alex Findley kicked the game-winning 23-yard field goal with under a minute, before the Cardinals defense held off the Huskies.
Stout defense helps Shakopee catapult to defeat of Totino-Grace
Junior quarterback David Bigaouette scored a 26-yard touchdown that helped the Sabers claw past the Eagles.
Rosemount stuns Eden Prairie in OT; Eagles' long state streak snapped
With Friday's loss, Eden Prairie failed to make the final eight teams at state for the first time since 2004. With a roundup of other games as well.
Jalen Suggs leads SMB comeback in 36-30 victory over Benilde-St. Margaret's
The two-sport recruit threw three touchdowns in the second half and his 61-yard scramble set up the game-winning scoring throw to a leaping Terry Lockett with 44 seconds left.
Centennial stops Edina 2-point conversion try in overtime for 21-20 victory
The Cougars scored in overtime before the Hornets scored and went for two points to try and win the game.
Mounds View dominates Buffalo in 48-13 victory
The Mustangs' defense held the Aidan Bouman-led Bison offense mostly in check while their own quarterback, Cole Stenstrom, ran for a score and threw two scoring passes to Jack Roeber.
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