She is a steady influence on her lacrosse team and in her school. That’s why Giselle Rogers of Cretin-Derham Hall is our Aspire Athlete of the Week.
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The Minnesota Wild are in Denver, getting ready for game one of their best of seven series against Colorado Thursday night.
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Governor Dayton talks with Dave Lee….to hear that conversation and others from today, Click the link above!
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One of the real spark plugs for the recent Wild surge is the performance of Charlie Coyle, who is the poster child for the development of the younger players on this team.
Ron Gardenhire talks with Dave Lee! Click the above link to hear Gardy and other highlights from today’s show!
You have to do something about this weather, but what are your options? For Lakeville North High School, you go south to the ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex in Kissimmee, Fla. With 80-degree temperatures, they work out – and this is a team that understands it is all about work.
The winter sports season is over, and the spring sports season is in a fight with Mother Nature.
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It’s state tournament time, so there’s a pretty good chance Dan Westby and the Marshall Tigers are participating. Coach Westby’s philosophy is to start working with his girls’ basketball and volleyball teams early. “The thing I like about our kids is we get them in the fourth grade. They’re with us all the way through,” Westby said. “Our kids are extremely committed, and we feel pretty fortunate that way.”