Grant Hennen rushed for 179 yards, Cole Hennen had a long clinching score and Minneota held off Dawson-Boyd 28-14 Saturday in the Class 1A Championship at the Prep Bowl.
For more than three decades, the weekend after Thanksgiving has been special for high school football players. This weekend will be the last time the Prep Bowl will be held at the Metrodome. The venue is coming down to make way for a new Vikings stadium. For Noah Rockholl, the quarterback on last year’s football team, Friday is a special day. “You can drive through the streets of Underwood today and I guarantee you won’t see a single person or a car in the town,” Rockholl said. “The whole the whole town’s here.”
Conditions weren’t great for the fourth-annual State High School Muskie Fishing Tournament near Randall, Minn., on Friday. In fact, no one even caught a Muskie, as 10 high school teams qualified to compete in the event.
It’s been one of those dream runs for the University of Minnesota gymnastics team. Next up — nationals.
Friday’s a big night for Gopher athletics. Four Gopher teams — the men’s and women’s hockey and basketball teams are competing in prime time tournaments tonight.
Harvard University has been stripped of four quiz tournament titles after organizers found a student improperly accessed a competition website.
Pretty sure Erik Tengwall had a better weekend than you did. The St. Thomas junior’s No. 1-ranked basketball team eked out a 63-62 win at home and advanced to an NCAA D-III Elite Eight match […]
Edward Cheserek successfully defended his national title by winning the Foot Locker National High School Cross Country Championships on Saturday.
The details say a lot. Junior Keaton Wendroth knows the exact date he finally overcame the second injury that contributed to keeping him out of the collegiate cross country scene.
It’s not the typical high school sport but on the waters of Lake Minnetonka, Minnetonka High School sailing team was getting ready to compete in this weekend’s Mallory National High School sailing championships in Texas.
California won three events to take a commanding 63 1/2-point lead at the NCAA men’s swimming championships Friday night.
The Minnesota State Mavericks are swimming in uncharted waters. The Mavs have reached the elite eight for the first time in school history.
While Mr. High School Sports was preparing for Week 5 of high school football and recovering from the illness that kept him home for Week 6, a handful of gold medals were awarded in other […]