North Star Vets Helping Bring Back Hockey Glory To RichfieldA pair of former Minnesota North Stars are teaming up with a Richfield Middle School English teacher to get kids out on the ice again.
Tyrell Terry & Jamison Battle, DeLaSalle's Dynamic Duo, Aim For 1 Last State TitleDeLaSalle's Tyrell Terry and Jamison Battle are two of the top seniors in Minnesota, and both in the top 10 for Mr. Basketball.
Simley Wrestling's Daniel Kerkvliet, One Of The Country's Best, Fights Back From InjuryAn ACL tear was no match for Simley High School's Daniel Kerkvliet, considered one of the top high school wrestlers in the country.
612 Softball Is Giving Minneapolis Girls An Edge On The FieldGirls from a number of different Minneapolis softball programs have gathered at Washburn High School for 612 Softball. It is defined by area code, and more.
Stillwater's Sara Scalia Looks Forward To Gopher FutureIt's hours in the gym, practice time that defines how much you want it, and what price you are willing to pay for success. That is how Stillwater High School’s Sara Scalia came to this game -- by learning to love the practice time.
Vannelli Brothers Reflect On Their STA Hockey LegacyTom and Greg Vannelli are connected by hockey, and by blood. They co-coached St Thomas Academy’s hockey team for years, but this season will be their last.
'You Were Like Rock Stars': South St. Paul's Dave Palmquist Looks Back At 25 Years Of Girls' HockeyMinnesota is celebrating a milestone this season in girls’ hockey. It's the 25th year -- the silver anniversary -- of the very first girls’ hockey season in this state.
Hockey With A Heart: Rival Teams Unite For Cancer FundraiserSt. Thomas Academy and Cretin-Derham Hall are used to battling it out on the ice, but the game was about much more than the scoreboard Tuesday night.
'I Would Never Imagine This Happening': Wild's Matt Dumba Helps Give 12-Year-Old Girl Her Hockey DreamSocial media actually contributed something positive to the world Friday. A Minnesota Wild defenseman, and dozens of strangers, helped 12-year-old Forest Lake hockey player Kalei Forga reach her dream.
Mpls. Miracle, Super Bowl, Mauer Retires & More: MN's Top 2018 Sports MomentsFrom the Minneapolis Miracle, Minnesota hosting the Super Bowl, to Minnesota Twins' Joe Mauer's retirement, here are the biggest Minnesota sports stories from 2018.
‘It’s A Way To Stay Around The Game’: Referees Tout Their Trade“We all grew up dreaming of becoming major league stars, whatever sport we played. Nobody dreams growing up of being an umpire or a referee. You wind up becoming one," said legendary umpire Tim Tschida.
Owatonna's Jason Williamson Selected AP Player Of The YearWilliamson, who will start his college career next season at Minnesota, helped lead the undefeated Huskies to their second consecutive Class 5A state championship last month.
Minnesota’s Brodzinski Hockey Dynasty Sees Final Son Wrap Up High School CareerCount the number of hours Mike Brodzinski has spent in rinks across the state, a guy could get downright sentimental thinking back on the ride his family's been on all these years, as he watches his youngest son, Bryce, play his senior season for Blaine High School. And it dawns on him, that this, is the final one.
Former Gopher Al Nolen Sets Sights On Becoming School PrincipalAl Nolen knows basketball, had a storied career, and through it gained an appreciation for education. He struggled a bit academically as a Gopher basketball player. Now he's working to become a vice principal, and teaching a class to help keep the kids at park center moving in the right direction.
Benilde's Michael LeBlanc, Who Skis Without Use Of Arms, Pushes For ‘Time Factoring’A high school Nordic skier with a disability is one step closer to being on a level playing field with his peers. Sophomore Michael LeBlanc skis for Benilde St. Margaret's. His disability prevents him from holding ski poles, but that hasn't stopped him -- nor his coaches -- from getting the recognition they feel he deserves.