Holy Family Catholic
It’s a big time for high school sports all across the state as we close January. Regular seasons are coming to the back stretch in basketball, hockey and wrestling, which means the postseason is just around the corner. Conference races are taking shape, and every game seems to mean more as teams push for their league titles and home playoff games.
On a night that a private school shut-out a public school 12-0 in the state Class A boys hockey tournament, it’s no surprise an old debate in Minnesota high school sports would resurface.
It’s hard to believe that the high school football season has come to an end. Seven football teams celebrated championship seasons between the Friday and Saturday’s Prep Bowl games at the Metrodome.
It’s what every kid who plays high school football dreams about from the first day of fall practices: Playing for a state championship.
Six teams got the thrill of a lifetime on Monday, not only playing for a state championship, but doing it at one of the finest baseball stadiums in America.
A Minnesota high school hockey player paralyzed on the ice nearly two months ago has made a surprise visit to his teammates.
It’s the time of year that all high school football fans, love: It’s the playoffs. This is the time of the season where the team leaders come out and make the plays that help their team win big games.
It will be the Friday of unbeaten teams as we head into Week 6 of the high school football season.
Week 1 in the Minnesota high school football season is in the books. There were some blowouts and some nailbiters, expected standouts had big nights and some unknowns made a name for themselves. When it was all over, four performances stood out from Friday night.
Adam Lentz ran for 220 yards and three touchdowns to lead Rochester Lourdes to a 41-13 win over Holy Family Catholic in the state Class 3A championship Saturday.