Eagan Mom Could See Third Volleyball Championship Won By DaughtersThe Eagan Wildcats girls' volleyball team won 3 to 0 Thursday and will advance to the semifinals for the second year in a row. But as WCCO's David McCoy says, as much success as the team has had it can't compare to that enjoyed by one family.
8 Crazy Connor Halliday Stats After His Record-Breaking 734 Passing YardsWashington State's quarterback Connor Halliday smashed the NCAA Division I record for passing yards last night with 734 yards against Cal.
Washburn Star RB Jeff Jones Has Eyes On 2,000 YardsOne player to watch in the metro area -- Minneapolis Washburn's Jeff Jones. He's a football player, he's an athlete, and he's got some gifts you cannot teach. Watch him on the football field and it becomes a game of "catch me if you can."
Beyond Bounds: Steve Maher's Having A Better Summer Than YouI'm confident the following is true. Steve Maher's summer > your summer. Before you angrily start over-sharing your Instagram lake pics en masse, here's why. The All-American pitcher from Division-III St. Thomas is playing America's pastime – every – single – day in the Northwoods League with the Waterloo Bucks (seriously, like some 75 games in 70 days).
Beyond Bounds: Karter Smith - Mr. Consistent - Taking Golf Talents To DrakeI didn't ask Karter Smith what his middle name is. Chances are it's probably not "Consistent," but it should be. Allow me to count the ways he defines dependable.
Edina's Sharp-Shooter Graham: A Natural, And A Big Ten RecruitEdina basketball star Graham Woodward is a joy to watch.
Where Are MN Prep Gridiron Stars Going To College?On Wednesday, Jerry Kill announces his recruiting class as part of signing day. The Gophers missed out on some key in-state recruits and are hoping they stole a couple from other areas of the country.
Two Speedy Stars Lead Robbinsdale CooperRobbinsdale Cooper High School football has a dual-threat of speed with potential Division-I athletes in Malik Rucker and Billy Kellogg.
H.S. Hoops Star Lofton Hopes To Keep RisingZach Lofton is a basketball talent – he just needs to get on track since leaving Columbia Heights High School in 2011. He now has a plan, and he also has game.