Tenzin Tsephel helped Edina win the team championship at the badminton state tournament.

Prep Athletes of the Week: Edina standout stands up to pressure

Captain Tenzin Tsephel said repeating as badminton team champion was more difficult than winning the first time.

Team USA finds girls basketball firepower in Twin Cities

May 20
Hopkins’ Liv McGill will lend her basketball skills to the USA Basketball under-18 team.
Liv McGill of Hopkins was picked to play for the U.S. under-18 team at a tournament in Colombia. Three Twin Cities players are trying out this week for the U17 team.

No. 1 in baseball Metro Top 10 is there by a wide margin

May 20
No. 1 in baseball Metro Top 10 is there by a wide margin
Wayzata, the last unbeaten team in the state's top two classes, scores an average of 9.1 runs a game and gives up only 1.9.

South metro program sweeps a tight set of adapted softball finals

May 18
Dakota United won by a run in each championship game, with a bottom-of-the-last score punctuating the day's success.

North Dakota lands leader of Class 4A boys basketball champions

May 17
Guard Greyson Uelmen averaged 20 points per game and shot 57 percent from the field for Minnetonka as the Skippers won their first state title since 2008.

Reusse: What a life it was for Bob Bruggers

May 18
The Danube legend somehow jammed basketball, football, pro wrestling, even a plane crash, into 80 remarkable years.

Softball state rankings mix lots of action, little movement

May 17
Champlin Park made a move in Class 4A, two No. 1 teams held on amid slumps, and Randolph just kept winning.
High Schools
May 21

Tuesday's prep sports results

Scores and results from around the metro.
High Schools
May 20

Monday's prep sports results

Scores and results from around the metro.
High Schools
May 18

Saturday's prep sports results

Scores and results from around the metro.
High Schools
May 17

Friday's prep sports results

Scores and results from around the metro.
High Schools
May 17
Dakota United's Cayden Needham tries to tag out Robbinsdale/Hopkins/Mound Westonka baserunner Jayda Johnson during last season's PI state championship

Suddenly, it's adapted softball tournament time. Meet the top teams.

The state championships arrived earlier than in previous years, a change recommended by the Minnesota Adapted Athletics Association.
High Schools
May 17
The No. 7 worn by Adam Johnson at the University of Minnesota Duluth hangs in 3M Arena at Mariucci in the days after Johnson's death.

Neck guards mandated for high school hockey after Johnson's death

The National Federation of High Schools announced that it will mandate neck guards nationwide after Minnesotan Adam Johnson died in October from a skate blade lacerating his throat.
High Schools
May 17

Thursday's prep results

Here's what happened in Minnesota high school sports on Thursday.
High Schools
May 16
St. Paul Highland Park’s Phlower Vang returns the birdie to Kimberly Tobar of St. Paul Harding during their badminton high school state championship

Singles title puts St. Paul school on a whole new badminton level

Phlower Vang won the state championship, making the Scots the first team to produce three champs in a row.
High Schools
May 16
Kaci Kotschevar leads Eden Prairie in goals with 41 and assists with 17.

School prominent in girls lacrosse history is making its way back

A run of success has landed Eden Prairie the No. 4 ranking and provided coach Brooke Jones with "confirmation we're on the right track."
High Schools
May 16
Undefeated boys lacrosse team ranked fifth clamors for respect

Undefeated boys lacrosse team ranked fifth clamors for respect

Farmington is 11-0 and has two prove-it moments ahead against defending champ Lakeville North and No. 1 Prior Lake.
High Schools
May 16
Edina makes badminton history of its own with repeat state title

Edina makes badminton history of its own with repeat state title

The Hornets swept 12-time winner St. Paul Johnson for the team championship. Singles and doubles competition will be Thursday.
High Schools
May 16

Wednesday's prep results

Here's what happened in Minnesota high school sports on Wednesday.
High Schools
May 15
Clockwise from top left: Aaliyah Crump of Minnetonka, Lanelle Wright of Minnetonka and Maddyn Greenway of Providence Academy will try out for the chan

Three area girls basketball stars trying out for national U-17 team

Minnetonka's Aaliyah Crump and Lanelle Wright and Providence Academy's Maddyn Greenway were invited to try out for USA Basketball's under-17 national team.
High Schools
May 15

Tuesday's prep sports results

Scores and results from around the metro area.
High Schools
May 14
Mike Randolph is headed to Northern Lakes, a co-op that went 18-10 last season.

Randolph is back in the game, at Class 1A boys hockey co-op

Mike Randolph, one victory short of Minnesota's record for coaching victories, is taking over at Northern Lakes.
High Schools
May 14
High school junior golfer moves a step closer to U.S. Open

High school junior golfer moves a step closer to U.S. Open

Cretin-Derham Hall's Sam Udovich was among five players who advanced from a tournament at Troy Burne. Next stop: a 36-hole qualifier June 3.
High Schools
May 14
Belle Plaine's volleyball team of 2015 is among state champions produced by the Minnesota River Conference.

End of an era as storied Minnesota prep sports league disbands

Formed by schools southwest of the Twin Cities 65 years ago and still containing four original members, the Minnesota River Conference will dissolve when the school year ends.
High Schools
May 13

Monday's prep sports results

Tap here for high school sports scores from around Minnesota on Monday, including the state badminton tournament.
High Schools
May 13
Peyton Savageau of Totino-Grace shot a 5-under-par 67 to win the eight-team Spring Lake Park Invitational.

Prep Athletes of the Week: Totino-Grace golfer rises from rough start

Peyton Savageau wound up with a 5-under-par 67 and the title at the Spring Lake Park Invitational, after going two over on the first five holes.
High Schools
May 13
One Class 4A baseball team corners the market on perfection

One Class 4A baseball team corners the market on perfection

Wayzata, ranked No. 1 in the Metro Top 10, is the last undefeated team in the class now that Farmington has lost.

Minnesota High School Prep Sports

Coverage of high school sports in the Twin Cities and around Minnesota, from the regular season through the tournaments, with discussion forums and stats.