The beginning of fall practice for Harding-Humboldt revealed 60 players and enthusiasm to go with that hefty roster.
The Trojans' Swenson twins, Olivia and Stella, call the sport 'one big family' and support the effort to get MSHSL sanctioning for boys' teams.
A painful loss last year might be motivation enough, but the Irish also are driven by the feeling of time running out for a special group.
Brodie Ziemer is the fourth player and third five-star recruit since Aug. 1 to pick Minnesota. He played youth hockey in the Chaska-Chanhassen program.
The district retained a handwriting expert from a forensics firm who compared the messages to the students' handwriting.
Javon Moore joins Beckett Hendrickson and John Whipple as players with Minnetonka ties to pledge to coach Bob Motzko's program since Aug. 1.
St. Michael defeated Sioux Falls, S.D., 5-3 and Mankato beat West Fargo 8-5 in losers' bracket games on the third day of the double-elimination American Legion baseball tournament in Rapid City, S.D.
The Prep Bowl, in which all seven classes of high school football crown champions, has been moved because the Vikings are playing at U.S. Bank Stadium on Thanksgiving.
Larry McKenzie's impact has long been felt by the athletes he led. Next he'll strive to help the men and women who do the work he did.
We asked several of the top high school athletes how they consume sports. Their answers were as interesting as they were varied.
It's Todd Anderson's 25th year with the team, winner of seven state championships since 2012.
For men who played for Larry McKenzie, who retired as boys' basketball head coach at North High this week after one of the most successful coaching careers in Minnesota history, the lessons of their teenage years remain.
Athletes, coaches and teams were honored during the Star Tribune's fifth annual All-Metro Sports Awards on Wednesday night at Allianz Field. Tap here to see the winners.
The Star Tribune All-Metro Sports Awards gala was held Wednesday night at Allianz Field.
Kate Cordes' buzzer-beater splashed in for Shakopee against Eden Prairie and decided the section championship.
The Watertown-Mayer/Mound Westonka gymnastics program led by Steve Hangartner last lost a dual meet in 2012 despite difficult schedules.
The Park Center boys' basketball team went 31-1 and won the Class 4A title, a pinnacle it had never reached.
Matias Maule was captain of three championship teams in soccer, table tennis and tennis and also was a doubles champ.
Maddie Dahlien, an Edina standout in soccer and track and field, didn't win everything she tried this time around, but she's a winner.
Lakeville South, with a football attitude and its first football state title, is the All-Metro Boys' Team of the Year
The Cougars went 13-0 and won the Class 6A championship, thriving behind physical play and mental strength.