It’s Week 2 in high school football and pretty much every team around the state is back in action Friday night after last week’s unusual Saturday start. We’re now back to Friday night action under the lights, what every high school football player dreams of when they put the pads on for fall practice.
A high school hockey player got a big scare after he suffered a neck injury during a game on Saturday. Sixteen-year-old Zack Munger plays defense for Plymouth’s Providence Academy. During their junior varsity game against Breck on Saturday, another player hit Zack cleanly, but he fell awkwardly into the boards.
A Catholic school in the Twin Cities area has fired a male teacher who it says sent inappropriate emails to female students.
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.
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.
Football playoffs are usually about dominant regular season teams dominating in the playoffs. But the Jordan football team is an exception.
Didn’t get a chance to watch WCCO-TV’s High School Sports Rally Friday night? We’ve got all the action covered for you right here. Check out the videos below.
The opening of the high school football season is one of the most exciting times of the year for prep athletes, but it’s also a time of great unknowns.
In many cases, highly-ranked teams pad their non-conference schedule with beatable opponents so they can juggle lineups and gain confidence heading into the grind of a conference season.
It’s state semifinal week in high school football, which means it’s going to be a busy weekend over at the Metrodome.
It was a big Week 6 in high school football around the state. There were many huge match-ups, including several featuring undefeated teams facing each other.
We’re now in the second half of the high school football season. Games are getting bigger with conference championships on the line as well as games with playoff seeding implications.
Everyone knows a good coach can make a football team great. One of those coaches faces a great personal battle, as well.
This week’s “Rally Star,” a feature on local prep sports athletes, is Providence Academy’s Elana Sullivan.