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Jimmy Robinson was the first Black official to work a high school state tournament in 1971 and among the first Black officials to work in the Big Ten Conference.
Gov. Tim Walz said he will provide "clarified guidance'' by mid-week in response to an increase in COVID-19 cases associated with school-level sports.
Despite pleas from parents to keep sports and activities going, board members said they had no choice but to adhere to provisions in the state's "safe learning plan.''
While the director of the MSHSL is urging long-term vision for the return of state tournaments, one board member said some people see opportunities for athletes elsewhere that Minnesota has rejected.
A flurry of COVID-related situations disrupted high school games on Friday, with last-minute cancellations leaving teams sidelined or thankful to find new opponents.
He was the "Miracle on Portland Avenue," the competitive columnist still cranking away at 99 and 100, and often the most fascinating co-worker imaginable.
While 12 other similar cross-country meets around the state last week allowed fans, a south-metro section hired an off-duty police officer to help keep fans away
Bob McDonald, the winningest coach in Minnesota high school sports history, died Wednesday in Hibbing at age 87. His teams won more than 1,000 games during a 59-year career.
On a beautiful Friday evening for high school football in Minnesota, kids horsing around behind the bleachers were as hard to find as an open…
All three teams will miss at least their first two games of the season set to start Friday.