It’s a great time of year to be a high school sports fan. Every game is getting a little more important, every meet that much more crucial.
Authorities are looking for four suspects in connection with the burglary of an Anoka jewelry store late last week and a burglary at a Wayzata jewelry store on Wednesday, according to Anoka Police.
We’re now in the bitter cold of January, but things are just starting to heat up in the winter prep sports season. There are big match-ups every week between ranked teams in every sport, providing plenty of chances for fans to get out and enjoy highly-anticipated games.
Andrew Larson ran for 124 yards and a touchdown and Jake Ibach hit a pair of field goals to help Eden Prairie beat Wayzata 13-3 in the Class 5A state championship game Friday night.
It’s what every kid who plays high school football dreams of: The chance to play on the Friday or Saturday after Thanksgiving for a state championship.
It was a big weekend in state football semifinal action over at the Metrodome as teams competed for the chance to play in this weekend’s Prep Bowl.
The next two days the Metrodome will get its annual football marathon workout with the state high school semifinals.
It’s state semifinal week in high school football, which means it’s going to be a busy weekend over at the Metrodome.
It’s section championship Friday. It’s one of the best days in the year for high school football. It comes second probably only to Prep Bowl Friday, which is the day after we stuff ourselves full of turkey on Thanksgiving.
Wayzata came back to defend its state football title, and the Trojans star running back Mitch Underhill was lost for the season in the first game after tearing an ACL. But another star had moved into the school district, and he’s helped carry the team to another unbeaten season.
We’re in the heart of October, and the regular season in high school football wrapped up Wednesday night in crisp fall weather.
Two of the best teams in the state faced off Wednesday night for the Lake Conference championship. Going into the game Eden Prairie (7-0) was ranked No. 1 and defending state champion Wayzata (7-0) was ranked No. 2.
It’s the last chance to win a game before playoffs start. For many teams, winning or losing the final regular season game determines whether they’ll have a home playoff game.
TCF Financial Corp. on Tuesday said it is shuffling several members of its senior management to focus on four areas it says are key to deal with the new banking market.
Week 5 in high school football brought us some big match-ups and some equally as big individual performances.
Friday night was full of high school football action, and WCCO had it covered with Week 4 of High School Sports Rally.
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.
It was a huge Friday night in high school football with several big match-ups, and several players and teams stepped up to the challenge.
It’s Week 2 of the high school football season, and by the time games wrap up Friday night most programs will have an idea how their season will go compared to the expectations they set when fall practices started.
Firefighters from several departments are battling a house fire in Wayzata.
As the sun rose Monday morning, every high school in the state hit their practice fields for the first workouts of the fall season.
The Minnesota Wild traded their third and fourth-round picks Saturday to the Canucks, using Vancouver’s second-round pick, No. 60 overall, to select left wing Mario Lucia of Wayzata High School.
U.S. Sen. Al Franken of Minnesota got some first-hand information Saturday on how cuts in Medicaid would affect the disabled.
Want to take your wife out for your anniversary? Looking for a special place to take your significant other for a date? Just want to get the most meat out of your dining experience? Whatever your reason, and there are plenty of them, Minneapolis and the surrounding Twin Cities area has several great spots to grab steak.
Raising taxes is not a popular political move, but cities have to pay for their services somehow. What if they sold burgers and booze to help pave the streets and maintain the parks?