Jeff Wald started as a Web Producer at WCCO-TV in April of 2011. Before that, he was a freelance Web Producer at KARE-TV in Golden Valley.
Jeff spent six years covering high school and college sports as the Northfield News Sports Editor from 2004-2010. That position also included blogging and writing online content.
Jeff attended the University of St. Thomas from 2000 to 2004, where he earned a degree in Print Journalism along with a minor in Communications. Jeff also covered St. Thomas athletics and interned in sports at both KARE-TV and Fox 9 during that time.
He grew up in Golden Valley and attended Totino-Grace High School. Jeff is an avid golfer who also has a passion for high school football and a wide range of sports. Jeff started the “Prep Blog” in August of 2011 with an emphasis on covering high school football around Minnesota. He also will blog about St. Thomas football as Tommie football can be heard in the fall on WCCO Radio 830 AM.
The Gophers softball team had the best record in the country at 55-4, but their NCAA Tournament was short-lived.
Without a first-round pick, the Vikings had a successful NFL Draft and assessed several areas of need.
The good news? The Twins are 15-14 and in second place in the American League Central Division.
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April isn’t over yet, and Minnesota’s major sports scene is in a rut.
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More than 39,000 fans hit downtown Minneapolis for the first game of the 2017 season.
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This week’s Boys State Basketball Tournament features several future Division I players.
The Wild have lost five straight games and are in danger of losing the No. 2 spot in the Western Conference with 11 games to go.
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You’ve got to love February if you’re a Minnesota high school sports fan. Conference seasons are in the stretch run, and the race for league titles is on.
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