MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — Even though the wet weather has made it difficult for high school teams to schedule games, there’s still no shortage of high school sports stories.

This week on the Rally, David McCoy went to an adaptive bowling tournament and found out why it’s one of the most popular adaptive sports in the state. Mike Max met up with Jack Fossand, a St. Agnes senior, who’s going to pitch for an Ivy League school after suffering a concussion playing football. The ASPIRE Athlete of the Week is Kiela DeVlaeminck, of the Waconia High School softball team. There’s all those stories and more in the videos below.

Here’s Why Adapted Bowling Is Growing In Popularity

High School Sports Highlights: May 16, 2014

A Concussion Changed His Life, Now He’s Going To Pitch For Dartmouth

ASPIRE Athlete Of The Week: Kiela DeVlaeminck

Brian Duensing Was No Baseball Prodigy

Coach Of The Week; Spring Weather


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