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H.S. Football Practice Kicks Off In MinnesotaSeveral high schools around Minneapolis began the fall sports season with football practice on Monday.
Cross-Country Coach Retires After Half-Century CareerAfter 49 years on the track, cross-country coach Rick Kleyman is retiring.
Prep Blog: Minnesota Becoming Prep Basketball HotbedHere is a look at some of the top players of the 2017 class and who Richard Pitino has a chance at keeping home with the Gophers.
Summer Festival Highlights Big July For Hockey Coaches, PlayersThat's right, since the MSHSL allowed coaches to work with their teams in the off-season, July is a competitive month.
Sports Therapist Advises Coaches To Forget About WinningJosh Medcalf works with college coaches. His theory: That you get more out of people if you don't make winning the ultimate goal.
Mahtomedi Coach Heads To First State Tournament In 34 YearsAs Mahtomedi recorded the final out in Friday's state semifinals, you had to wonder what was going through the mind of head coach John Hardgrove.
Hardships, Tragedy Can't Hamper Wayzata Coach's Winning SeasonIt has been one of those special seasons for Wayzata baseball. They won their first ever state tournament win. "It's unprecedented for us. It's kind of new territory," Coach Bob DeWitt said.
Twin Cities Gymnast Maggie Nichols Preparing For RioWe are just seven weeks away from the start of the Rio Olympics. One Minnesota athlete is about to become a worldwide gymnastics star.
State-Winning Shot Putter Pays Tribute To Late MotherThe state high school spring tournaments are here, and out of that comes stories that can tug at your heart.
Prep Blog: Spring State Tournament Season Heats UpJust as a heat wave arrives to the Twin Cities, it's the biggest time of the year on the Minnesota prep sports scene as state tournaments are taking shape.
'There's No Stopping Me': Deaf Sprinter’s Career, From Africa To FaribaultIt's a simple fact of track and field -- the sport revolves around the sound of the starting gun, governing when to go.
St. Cloud Cathedral Coach’s Decades-Long LegacyLike a lot of great coaches, he is an institution. That's what happens when you show up at a school in 1970 and are still coaching and teaching today.

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