Patrick Reusse | Star Tribune
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Patrick Reusse is a sports columnist who writes two to three columns per week.

Reusse: Henning basketball rekindles its glory days

Fifty-three years after losing to Edina-Morningside in the state semifinals, Henning has a shot to get back to the boys' basketball state tourney. The Hornets are the No. 7 team in Class 1A

Reusse: Red Sox are clear spring training kings of Fort Myers

For the second time, Red Sox fans will arrive at "Fenway South" on Fort Myers near the Twins' facility basking in a World Series title.

Reusse: Rays keep finding ways to succeed against overwhelming odds

The Twins hired their new manager away from one of the most innovative organizations in baseball. Here's the story behind Tampa Bay's success.

Reusse: Twins whiffed on Jay, and the rest of 2015 draft as well

The Twins had the sixth overall selection in 2015 and went with Tyler Jay. Boston took Andrew Benintendi with the next pick

Reusse: HBO documentary on Breslin, Hamill both joyous and sad

The documentary on the New York “street’’ columnists, Jimmy Breslin and Pete Hamill, titled “Breslin and Hamill: Deadline Artists,’’ recently arrived on HBO, brings a…

Reusse: Restored game film brings red carpet to Range for 'world premiere'

Eveleth's 1973 state football championship victory over Willmar will be celebrated tonight at Margie's Roosevelt Bar in the Iron Range city's downtown.

Reusse: Former DeLaSalle star Travis shines bright in new Kentucky home

Reid Travis is in his fifth collegiate season and having what might be the time of his life amid the unmatched madness that surrounds University of Kentucky basketball.

Reusse: Former U softball star Lindaman took transfer road to Florida

Kendyl Lindaman, the two-time Big Ten Player of the Year, said she left Minnesota for Florida to get the best from herself by facing the best competition in the country on almost a weekly basis.

Reusse: Former Maryland baseball star Wade climbs Twins ladder

Last year, Wade was given an invitation to big-league spring training and stayed until mid-March. This time, with four years of minor league service, he was placed on the 40-player roster.

Reusse: 'Benny' did it all for Hamline football in 1966 championship year

Duane Benson, who died on Tuesday at 73 from cancer, was the MIAC's MVP in 1966, and played for a decade in the NFL.