The senior, whose parents and two older brothers are divers, has her sights set on becoming the second diver in Minnesota history to win four state titles.
Also recognized: Porter Ball (Holy Angels), Laura Bredensteiner (Maple Grove), Russell Corrigan (Hutchinson), Jordan Doe (Coon Rapids), Max Otto (Delano) and Oliver Paleen (St. Paul Highland Park).
The halfway point of the regular season is Friday. Time to give a little love to a few teams having success but lacking in fanfare.
The Scarlets have been their usual dominant selves, but the Cougars are off to a great start this season. The teams play Saturday.
The Bears and Mustangs meet Wednesday in a matchup of perennial Class 1A state title contenders.
The Knights, ready for the challenge of playing in a new conference, meet their first opponent Tuesday in the Trojans, a Class 3A power.
The Raiders, upended in play last week, face the Titans on Friday in a showdown of ranked Class 5A teams.
Stillwater defeated Duluth East 3-0 in a weather-shortened rematch between the boys’ soccer teams in the 2018 Class 2A state final. With 6:48 left in…
The game between Lakeville North and Rosemount on Friday night was dubbed "Cap George Night" in honor of Rosemount junior Cap George, who was diagnosed with brain cancer last summer.
A look around the metro at some of the top games.
Junior running back Carter Otto finished with 125 yards and two TDs for the Elks, who fended off a late push from the Fighting Saints.
Quarterback Riley Larson rushed for two TDs in a 28-point third quarter for the Raptors.
Russell threw three scoring passes and ran 52 yards for another in a 49-25 victory.
The Cadets intercepted three passes and recovered two fumbles en route to a 38-0 victory.
Nelson's 64-yard touchdown run and two scoring passes to Keaton Mohs provided the Panthers' scoring.
The No. 4-ranked Trojans drove 95 yards, capped by running back Christian Vasser’s touchdown.
Once thought to be on a path toward basketball, Kaden Johnson is now a linebacker with SMB and the most coveted football recruit in Minnesota this year.
The Star Tribune's Jim Paulsen ranks his top recruits in the state.
One of our prep writers is predicting a loss for the Class 6A defending champs.
Wayzata, Champlin Park, Cretin-Derham Hall and others are off to impressive starts, according to Talking Preps podcasters Jim Paulsen and David La Vaque. But can they keep up with Lakeville North and Eden Prairie? Plus lots of intrigue in Class 4A, insights on the MSHSL budget deficit, a volleyball surprise and a girls' tennis update.