With Rochester's Matthew Hurt set to announce Friday his college plans - which will not include the Gophers - Minnesota has turned the page to 2020. Richard Pitino will have an opportunity to make a big local splash.
The Rochester John Marshall star plans to announce his school choice on Friday but in the latest Talking Preps podcast, staff writers Jim Paulsen and David La Vaque read signs pointing to which one that will be. And talk a little spring sports, too.
Adam Mazur also excelled at the plate, going 6-for-8 with three RBI during his back-to-back standout pitching performances.
Here are five of the top Minnesota boys' basketball players in the Class of 2020. The Gophers have made scholarship offers to all five. All are uncommitted.
Julia Gronholz hit a two-run homer to help the Storm surge back to edge the visiting Trojans 4-3.
A donor has given the city of Hastings $100,000 to cover the costs of repairing soccer fields that were damaged by vandals last month.At…
Here's all the scores from Monday's high school sports action:
The Ponies and Royals, who both compete in the Suburban East Conference and in Class 4A, Section 4, meet April 26 in what projects to be a marquee pitchers' duel.
The Storm, three years removed from a state title, tests its mettle Tuesday against West Fargo, a program with 20 state championships in 21 years.
Boys' lacrosse top games: Stillwater sets sights on section foe Mahtomedi in early-season marquee matchup
The Ponies enter the game Thursday with revenge on their minds after a heartbreaking loss to the Zephyrs in the section final in 2018.
The Bengals, who played in the state tournament the past three seasons, on Wednesday take on the Rebels, a team they haven't lost to since 2016.
A look at this spring's boys' lacrosse standouts
The number of lacrosse teams keeps increasing, although more slowly than in past years.
A look at this spring's girls' lacrosse standouts
In the Talking Preps podcast of spring, David La Vaque and Jim Paulsen brush off the snow to catch up with track and softball seasons in progress and discuss plans for a lacrosse celebration that had to be scrapped last year because of weather.
Can Stillwater repeat? When will Chaska be playable? Where to find a possible first-round MLB pick in the state?
Who's in line for 3A team titles? Meet the best 1-2 punch and a youth movement.
The state's best faces a tough section; could Edina's time be here again? Plus a wealth of young talent.
Here's the high school sports results from Tuesday:
The changes were approved by the Minnesota State High School League, which also voted against a boys' volleyball bid to get consideration as a league-sanctioned activity.