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 St. Thomas football team knows this much: It’s in the NCAA Playoffs regardless of what happens on Saturday in its regular season finale.
It shouldn’t be, at least yet, but the sky is starting to fall for Minnesota Vikings fans. A lot can and has changed for the Vikings since a 5-0 start.
St. Thomas relied on its defense in a 27-6 win at Bethel Saturday. Next up for the No. 4-ranked Tommies is Gustavus, in St. Peter.
It’s section championship week in high school football and state tournament bids are on the line.
Monday night at Soldier Field, it’s a big opportunity as the Minnesota Vikings face the Chicago Bears on national television. It’s suddenly become a pretty big game for the Vikings on multiple levels.
No. 4-ranked St. Thomas heads to Bethel Saturday, with the Royals looking to play the role of MIAC spoiler.
It’s getting real on the Minnesota high school football scene. We are officially now on the road to the Prep Bowl.
Many NBA experts believe the Timberwolves, coming off a 29-win season, can contend for the playoffs this year.
After a late comeback to beat Concordia-Moorhead and off a bye week, No. 4 St. Thomas hosts Hamline on Saturday.
If Sam Bradford continues to play well, the Vikings have a decision to make on who their franchise quarterback will be.
It’s a short week of preparation as most high school football games are Wednesday night, and many sub-district titles are on the line.
The Vikings are 5-0 heading into their bye week and are the only unbeaten team left in the NFL.
It might be time for fans to get emotionally invested in the Vikings with their 5-0 start.
The No. 4-ranked St. Thomas football team heads to Concordia, the only other unbeaten in the MIAC, on Saturday.
Minnesota Vikings fans are now at a crossroads. The Vikings are 4-0 after beating the New York Giants Monday night.
The Ryder Cup is one of the biggest events in golf. So when it comes to your backyard, it’s a once in a lifetime opportunity.
For the second straight year, two top-10 teams meet Saturday as No. 6 St. John’s hosts No. 4 St. Thomas in Collegeville.
It’s hard to believe, but the Minnesota high school football season will be at the halfway point after this week.
Vikings fans were fired up from start to finish for the team’s first official game at U.S. Bank Stadium.
Heading into MIAC play, the Tommies have outscored two non-conference opponents by a combined 99-23.
It’s Rivalry Week in Minnesota high school football. There is always that one week for any football program that means a little more than all the others.
It was an ugly start but the Vikings defense dominated in a 25-16 victory at Tennessee to begin the 2016 season.
After an opening victory that looked a lot like a first game, the No. 4-ranked St. Thomas football team hosts UW-Stout Saturday.
It’s Week 2 in high school football across Minnesota, and it’s the first week where a majority of the games are under the lights Friday night.
Teddy Bridgewater is out for the season, prompting Rick Spielman to make a big move at quarterback.