Just when we thought the prep football landscape was starting to take shape this season, we were thrown a few curve balls last week. There are just a few weeks left in the regular season, which means playoff seeds are beginning to solidify and league titles can be won or lost with one game.
At least one full week of high school football is in the books for every team in Minnesota. Now it’s back to the drawing board to look at film, make adjustments and get ready for the next opponent for coaches and players.
This week, everybody is in action and most teams will be playing their first games of the season. For a lot of players, it’s the first chance to run out on the field as a varsity football player under the Friday night lights. It’s a thrill for any high school football player.
It’s the final week of the regular season in high school football. It didn’t feel like it was that long ago that we were projecting preseason expectations. Now, teams are gearing up for the playoffs.
It’s hard to believe that we’re almost already halfway through the high school football season.
The director of NASA’s Kennedy Space Center is returning to his home state to help launch a new initiative.
There were a lot of big games with late season implications last week as most teams around the state played in just their second game.
Four state champions were crowned in Minnesota high school boys basketball on Saturday, but you won’t see two better finishes to a basketball game than the way DeLaSalle and Osseo won state championships.
Ross Barker sank a jumper at the buzzer Saturday to give DeLaSalle a 57-56 overtime win over Minneapolis Washburn in the Class 3A state championship title game.
A crazy month filled with sensational highs and emotional lows will come to an end Saturday night at the Boys State Basketball Tournament at the Target Center.
The Class 3A state championship game for Minnesta boys basketball this year will be an all-Minneapolis matchup.
We’re now in the home stretch of the conference seasons around the state in prep basketball and prep hockey.
Week 2 in high school football featured plenty of great match-ups and close calls, especially for this early in the season.