High School Sports
Joey Hyde pitched a complete game to guide the Kasson-Mantorville Komets to an 8-1 victory over the Perham Yellowjackets in the Class 2A state championship at Target Field on Monday. Hyde scattered five singles over seven innings while striking out five, letting in the lone run in the second. Nine different players had at least one hit for the Komets (25-6)
There’s something Cretin-Derham Hall sprinter Megan Linder tells herself every time she steps in the blocks. “Just, ‘I believe I can do it.’ It’s kind of hard to say you can do it, because I’m a really humble person. I don’t always say, like, ‘I just gonna win.’ It’s never like that for me. It’s like, ‘Gotta believe it to achieve it,’” Linder said.
Minnesota high school spring sports started practice this week. But with the weather being what it is, they’ve been relegated indoors.
An elite soccer program in Minnesota is sending 26 girls to play at Division I, II and III programs across the country.
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It’s pretty common for high school athletes to suffer an injury, but some schools could use more medical equipment to help those kids recover.
WCCO Sportscaster Mike Max joined Dave Lee on the Morning News Monday.
As the high school state golf tournaments kick off on Tuesday, defending 3A state champ Celia Kuenster is one golfer to keep your eye on.
In light of the paralyzing injury to high school hockey player Jack Jablonski and the hospitalization of hockey player Jenna Privette, many people are looking at the safety record of high school sports. So, which sport is the most dangerous?
When 16-year-old Wed Leonard suddenly died right after hitting the winning shot in his Michigan high school basketball game, doctors say he had an enlarged heart.
New Ulm Cathedral coach Denny Lux attributes much of his team’s success this season on its ability to stay healthy.