Starting about three months from now, one Twin Cities conference is going to look at lot different when football and the other fall high school sports get started. Officials announced in early April that six schools will be leaving the Tri-Metro Conference and forming their own league, called the Independent Metro Athletic Conference.
While a lot of high school juniors and seniors are worried about finding a prom date, 13 Minnehaha Academy students are on a different mission: sending a NASA-approved experiment to space.
When the clock hit zero in the Class 4A title game Saturday night, the emotion that spilled out onto the court said it all.
Marcellous Hazzard led Minnehaha Academy with 14 points and John Pryor added 12 as the Redhawks beat Litchfield 56-54 on Saturday for their first Class 2A state title.
Minnehaha Academy will play Litchfield for the Class 2A boys championship.
It feels like March Madness just got started, but it’s wrapping up on the high school level this week with the State Boys Basketball Tournament.
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.
Despite some engine trouble shortly after launch, a science experiment designed by a group of Minnesota high-schoolers is on its way to the International Space Station.
An alpine skier from Minnehaha Academy forfeited his state championship last week after admitting to Minnesota State High School League officials that he should’ve been declared ineligible for the meet.
Jenna Privette, a hockey player from St. Croix Lutheran, is fighting every day to get her life back to normal as much as she can.
A report released Thursday by the Minnesota State High School League said Jenna Privette was not checked and no illegal hit was made before she went into the boards in a recent girls high school hockey game.
St. Croix Lutheran senior Jenna Privette suffered a serious injury in the Saints’ girls hockey game Friday night against the St. Paul Blades. Privette went hard into the boards after taking a shot on goal and reportedly lost feeling over most of her body.
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.
A natural leader and an outstanding student is how a high school football coach is remembering a Navy SEAL from Minneapolis who lost his life in Afghanistan.
Some local students got a taste of what it might have been like to fight in the Civil War this week.