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The Hill-Murray girls hockey team made the most of its trip to Xcel Energy Center last week, capping its season off with a Class AA state title. Sarah Bobrowski, one of the leaders of the Pioneers, has been a part of that program that has not just flourished, it finished on top.
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As we inch closer to the start of the boys state hockey tournament, the games get intense.
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Difficult situations require difficult decisions. Lynn Acker is a 37-year-old wife and mother of three sons in Coon Rapids. She’s been fighting cancer for seven years. This winter, she made one of life’s toughest decisions.
A big night from Rookie Shabazz Muhammad helps the Wolves win in Phoenix…..Mike talks to Dave about that and a big Gophers win. Click the link above to find out more!
It’s an exciting and a bit of a strange time for the Minnesota Wild, who are ready to make a push in the final 23 games, but are unsure of who will be available off the injured list.
Kevin Love wins the Player of the week honors in the NBA and much more today with Mike and Dave….Click the above link to listen!
Despite another 30 point effort from Kevin Love, the Wolves fall in Portland on Sunday Night. Click the link to hear Mike Max’s sports report with Dave Lee.
She is a shooter, and a leader on and off the basketball court. Kyra Fredenburg’s teammates at Anoka High School hope she can help carry them to a state tournament. She is our Aspire Athlete of the Week.
The massive winter storm that dumped up to 16 inches of snow in some parts did nothing to stop hockey tournaments in the Twin Cities.