The Mahtomedi senior concluded her gymnastics career by winning the Class 2A all-around title, one year after winning the Class 1A championship.
The St. Paul Highland Park sophomore won the individual state title and helped her team to its first state championship.
The Mounds Park Academy senior knew from experience how to make up a gap in the second race of the state meet.
Paige Bueckers of Hopkins was named the Morgan Wootten Player of the Year on Wednesday. The award is given to the top high school girl and boy selected from the McDonald's All-American Games rosters.
With the stay-at-home order in play, the Star Tribune made an unusual request of its seven metro winter athletes of the year in their individual sports: Show us what you've got with a camera in your hand.
The Minneapolis Washburn senior had the perfect motivation this season after three earlier tries.
It didn't take the eighth-grader long to make an impact at her first Alpine skiing state meet in February.
The Forest Lake senior wore a t-shirt during his undefeated, title-winning season to honor his coach's wife, who was stricken with cancer before the season.
Andrew Karpenko knows how to compensate for not having the prototypical body of an elite swimmer. At 5-10 with broad shoulders and longer torso, he makes up for his lack of height with precise wall turns and superb underwater technique.
Wendell Fredin's 67-year streak of making it to the Twin Cities for the tournament came to an end.
This Week in Minnesota Sports: Khalid El-Amin, Jabbar Washington and Ozzie Lockhart. The backbone of one of the most impressive runs in Minnesota high school boys' basketball history
This Week in Minnesota Sports: Today is the 60th anniversary of the 1960 state basketball title game, in which tiny Edgerton captured the hearts of Minnesota by beating Austin to cap an amazing tournament run.
The move came in response to Gov. Tim Walz ordering state residents to stay at home and limit movements outside their homes beyond essential needs for two weeks beginning this weekend.
The private school, one of the metro area's prominent athletic powers, is believed to be the first in the state to extend its sports program cancellations through April.
This Week in Minnesota Sports: There were the usual 18,000 customers inside Williams Arena to watch a state one-class basketball champion in 1970, when tiny Sherburn ended that era by beating South St. Paul.
This Week in Minnesota Sports: The long-discussed format change came in 1970, five decades ago.
This Week in Minnesota Sports: Fifty-two years ago this week, the Hornets ended a remarkable three-year run with a 70-45 victory over Moorhead in the 1968 state championship game.
They know that staying home is necessary because of the COVID-19 pandemic, but there is something comforting about being alone in a basketball gym, shooting in silence.
Charlie Strobel, the star of Hill-Murray’s hockey state tournament title run, brings a blue-collar mentality to his game, inspired by a brother whose life he helped save in 2015.
The Royals have a 62-game winning streak and missed their chance to extend it when the scheduled title game against Farmington was called off.