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Heartbeat of an angel: Minnesota-bound Strobel removes all doubts
Charlie Strobel, the star of Hill-Murray’s hockey state tournament title run, brings a blue-collar mentality to his game, inspired by a brother whose life he helped save in 2015.
Hopkins named national girls' basketball champs by ESPN
The Royals have a 62-game winning streak and missed their chance to extend it when the scheduled title game against Farmington was called off.
Hopkins star Kerwin Walton waits, and maybe for U
The unsettled state of recruiting could bode well for the Gophers.
High school league will base future actions on government directives
The meeting stemmed from what MSHSL executive director Erich Martens called the ''unbelievable and unpredictable'' disruptions caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Business as unusual: Being a sports fan during a pandemic
Yes, the sports world has gone dark at the start of what would have been one of the most active periods in American sports. The fun is gone. But what's also gone are millions upon millions of interactions in the midst of a pandemic.
Mr. Football winner Suggs named Minnesota Mr. Basketball, too
The Minnehaha Academy star, who will play basketball at Gonzaga, became the first prep athlete to win the award as the state’s top senior in football and basketball.
Minnehaha's Suggs wins McDonald Award from state's coaches
Jalen Suggs, a senior guard from Minnehaha Academy, was one of 12 finalists picked for the honor earlier this month.
Minnesota spring sports teams cling to hope despite forced spring break
The COVID-19 restrictions challenge prep teams to train in creative ways but the spring sports seasons have not been called off outright.
Bueckers adds Miss Minnesota Basketball to senior season honors
The UConn-bound Hopkins star was named Minnesota’s top high school girls’ basketball senior.
High school league shuts down all spring sports practices
The announcement came before the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention on Sunday night recommended no gatherings of 50 or more people anywhere.
Nurjei Weems of DeLaSalle leads the Star Tribune's Metro Athletes of the Week
Also recognized: Peyton Blandin (Farmingon basketball), Lamar Grayson (Richfield basketball) and Gabe Myren (Spring Lake Park basketball).
Meet the 2020 Star Tribune boys' basketball All-Metro Team
See who made the second and third teams as well.
Suggs is the Star Tribune Metro Player of the Year in boys' hoops
The guiding force behind three consecutive Minnehaha Academy state championships has been a member of the All-Metro first team in each of the previous two years.
'No-win situation' brings tears, laughter to Eden Prairie net-cutting celebration
COVID-19 concerns derail title dreams for many top hoops teams.
Spring sports games, meets pushed back to April 6
Hope remains for a prep spring sports season after the Minnesota State High School League on Friday delayed the start of games between schools.
After thrill of back-to-back wins, Henning basketball gets a double dose of heartbreak
Neither of Henning’s basketball teams got the chance to win a state title.
First time at state for injury-tested Farmington ends without getting a final shot
DeLaSalle girls’ and boys’ basketball teams also saw their seasons end abruptly.
When the going gets sad, Becker's bonded Bulldogs go bowling
After the state tournament was abruptly called off Friday, Becker's girls' basketball players credited coach Dan Baird for helping them focus on the good - like a team bowling outing.
Minnesota high school sports abruptly canceled, 'devastating' those involved
The girls' basketball state tournament, which still had two days left of tournament play, was called off. No state champions will be determined.
Back home in Duluth, sheet cakes replace rally for tight-knit Marshall team
Duluth Marshall players, denied a shot at a state title, return to a heroes' welcome regardless.
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