Prep Blog: This Weekend's Top Spring Match-UpsThe sun should be back out just in time for a big weekend on the spring high school sports landscape.
Farmington Teen Among Top Taekwondo Competitors In The World"You don't have to kick the highest or be the strongest to be good, at taekwondo," Makenna Hand said.
Minnetonka-Hopkins Gymnasts Prep For Junior OlympicsIn Minnesota, gymnastics is not a sport offered in high schools -- they have to go to clubs.
High School For Recording Artsits Basketball Player Has Big DreamsThe St. Paul charter school was founded by one of Prince's good friends, David Ellis.
Matthew Frome Is The Heart Of Eagan High SchoolMatthew Frome walks the halls of Eagan High School, where he is one busy guy. "I'm involved in everything," Matthew said. He is a friend to many; the manager of the soccer and basketball teams -- and so much more.
Lakeville North Athlete Capping Off A High School Career In 3 SportsAs a three-sport athlete at a big, suburban Minnesota school, Lakeville North's Drew Stewart is the definition of a well rounded athlete.
Former Minn. Baseball Rivals Training For College As TeammatesThey had a drive to play baseball, so they found a way to practice year round.
Eden Valley Robotics Team Heading To World ChampionshipIt's where the competitiveness of sports meets the brains of science and engineering -- Robotics Club.
With Heavy Heart, Lecker Prepares To Leave Cretin-Derham Hall JobIt seems like Andrew Lecker is everywhere at St. Paul's Cretin-Derham Hall High School. "I'm the attendance officer at Cretin-Derham Hall, and I check kids in and out of the building," Lecker said.
Vikings Choose Caledonia As Minnesota Football Program Of The YearThe Vikings are honoring Caledonia High School as their inaugural Minnesota Football Program of the Year.
Mayo Clinic Center Reaches Out To Young AthletesAthletic training continues to get more sophisticated and more specialized. That is why the Mayo Clinic Center in downtown Minneapolis held a clinic Monday to bring in experts to talk to high school kids about what it really means to be a "healthy" athlete in a variety of ways.
Grand Meadow's Gary Sloan Named MFCA Coach Of The YearGrand Meadow coach Gary Sloan is the Minnesota Football Coaches Association's 2015 Coach of the Year. Sloan coached Grand Meadow to the 2015 Class 9-Man state championship last November at TCF Bank Stadium in Minneapolis.