There is another encouraging development for paralyzed hockey player Jack Jablonski.
A major milestone for Jack Jablonski — the paralyzed high school hockey player will be leaving Sister Kenny Rehabilitation Institute.
There are some promising signs for paralyzed hockey player Jack Jablonski.
The family of Jack Jablonski says the paralyzed prep hockey player is able to “take in the world” from a vertical position with the help of a special chair.
Jack Jablonski’s Benilde-St. Margaret teammates took to the ice Saturday night for the first game since the 16-year-old suffered the paralyzing injury, and the game, despite his absence, appeared to be all about him.
The parents of a high school hockey player who suffered a spinal cord injury in a game last week say their son won’t be able to walk again.
The Red Knights, who exited early from last year’s playoffs despite a 23-5 overall record, are arguably one of the best teams in the state this year, at least night row. They are definitely the hottest team in the state.
The hockey community is coming together, praying a young player can recover from a serious injury he suffered Friday on the ice.
There’s plenty of high school sports action this week leading up to a brief holiday break before several teams hit the road for holiday tournaments all over the state.
In many cases, highly-ranked teams pad their non-conference schedule with beatable opponents so they can juggle lineups and gain confidence heading into the grind of a conference season.
It’s Week 2 of the high school football season, and by the time games wrap up Friday night most programs will have an idea how their season will go compared to the expectations they set when fall practices started.
In this week’s High School Sports Rally, WCCO-TV made a stop at the Target Center where the 37th State Girl’s Dance Team Tournament is being held this weekend.
In November, Sean Simonson, a student at Benilde-St. Margaret’s High School in St. Louis Park wrote an editorial, “Life as a Gay Teenager,” for his Catholic school’s student newspaper that touched off a controversy and ignited Twin Cities media and the blogosphere.
On Tuesday, Chad discussed a story about Benilde-St. Margarets pulling a couple of Op-Ed pieces from its student newspaper.
School leaders at Benilde-St. Margaret asked that a newspaper article be removed from the website after it caused controversy.