The No. 1-ranked Huskies cruised to victory at Amsoil Arena, where their last two Section 7 final appearances ended with overtime losses.
The Crimson, which lost to the Bengals in two regular-season games, prevailed 3-0 in the Class 2A, Section 5 finals.
The Cadets defeated Burnsville 2-0 to win their fourth consecutive Section 3 title and first under coach Trent Eigner.
Cade Ahrenholz's power-play goal 2 minutes, 13 seconds into overtime lifted Lakeville South to a 3-2 victory over Hastings on Thursday to win its second…
Spartans crushed Fairmont/Martin County West in final to cap a dominant season.
The Sabers’ Tommy Johnson edged unbeaten foe Josh Piechowski at 220 to clinch win — and a perfect 41-0 season
Boys hockey 2A Section 7 final: Andover vs. Elk River in Duliuth on February 27, 2020.
Class 3A team wrestling championship, Stillwater vs. Shakopee at the Xcel Energy Center in St. Paul, Minn.
Levi Line clinched the title for the Wolves win a pin at 220 pounds.
Sophomore forward Jesse Peterson scored the game-winner to send the Tigers to their third 1A state tournament in four years.
Boys hockey 2A Section 5 final, Blaine vs. Maple Grove in Maplewood on February 27, 2020.
After five years of early playoff exits, the AC Wings play Thursday for the right to go to state.
In the latest Talking Preps, the Star Tribune's Ron Haggstrom joins Jim Paulsen to talk about a "hot topic'' idea for generating more competitive state tournament match-ups.
The Eagles broke a scoreless tie with three second-period goals and held off a late flurry for a 3-2 victory and a return to the Class 2A state tournament.
Gavin Best’s unusual game-ending goal started with a Benilde-St. Margaret's defender, playing without his stick, wrapping up the Blake School forward from behind.
Coming off a 6-12 regular season, Orono knocked off Totino-Grace in a dramatic, emotional section final to earn its first state tournament appearance.
Brothers Landon and Mason Gode lead the Wolves, seeking to defending their team championship
Senior Will Quackenbush will compete in two individual events and two relays,a year after shifting to shorter events.
The Spartans come into the state meet having already knocked off Class 2A title-winning partner Kasson-Mantorville in the section finals.
The defending champion Sabers are the No. 1 seed in the Class 3A team competition, and the future looks bright, too.