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Patrick Reusse is a sports columnist who writes two to three columns per week. He also can be heard on AM-1500 KSTP from 3 to 6 p.m. weekdays.

Reusse: At age 78, Brainerd's Stolski still can't stop coaching football

Ron Stolski will bring his Brainerd Warriors to U.S. Bank Stadium on Saturday for the state semifinals. "He's incredible. He's a football poet," one of his friends explained.

Brainerd football staff puts the grand in coaching

Ron Stolski is in his 56th season as a head coach in Minnesota high school football and in his 43rd season at Brainerd. Stolski is…

Reusse: St. John's has a nice, respectable receiver in Evan Clark

Evan Clark is a gentleman, and good receiver St. John's should make an effort to get more involved in the offense.

Bud Grant's credo about durability remains true today

Brian Dozier had an outstanding series in the field in late July, causing me to suggest on Twitter that he should be the leading candidate…

Reusse: Halladay's death stings players he influenced, including Twins' May

Trevor May was a high school pitcher in Washington when he was selected in the fourth round of the 2008 draft by the Philadelphia Phillies. Soon after, he was exposed to Roy Halladay.

Reusse: Lohman provides U volleyball with stability in the middle

The drives from Mankato paid off for the Gophers senior middle blocker.

Reusse: Workhorse pitchers key to both Twins World Series titles

Former manager Tom Kelly had the benefit of several stouthearted Twins pitchers and still had to work some magic to get through two championship battles.

Players, not owners, built the NFL of today

The Houston Astros played the third home World Series game in their 56 seasons as a franchise Friday night. The local personality selected to throw…

Reusse: 98-0 loss to playoff contender, St. Scholastica rebounds

Eight weeks after making national news on the wrong side of a 98-0 loss to St. John's. St. Scholastica is two victories away from making the Division III playoffs out of the UMAC.

Reusse: Minus Butler's fire, Wolves slip into a deep chill

Based on Tuesday's unspirited performance, we now have strong evidence of how greatly the Wolves need Jimmy Butler for his play and his scowl.