Retirement Can’t Stop Legendary Track Coach Gary WilsonThe old saying goes that if you find something you love to do, you will never work a day in your life. Once coaching got into Gary Wilson's blood, it never let go.
Burnsville Teen Sean Floersch Beat Cancer, Then Threw A No-HitterIt's a funny phenomenon that some of the most successful people in sports, and in life, are the ones who have gone through the most adversity. That's certainly true of Sean Floersch, who has certainly been successful at both.
Litchfield High School Senior Breaks 36-Year State Baseball RecordLast Friday, a baseball player from Litchfield broke a state record that had stood for 36 years. Owen Boerema extended his hitting streak to a never-been-seen-before 34 games in a row.
Blake's Robbie Grace Is Looking Forward To Go FarBlake senior Robbie Grace is so good at the long jump, she's better than most at the college level.
Meet Eagan Tennis Ace Maxim ZagrebelnyMaxim Zagrebelny may have the most mispronounced name in high school tennis -- but it's time we all learned how to say it right!
After Year Of Immense Tragedy, Unbeaten Minnetonka Boys Lacrosse Team Soldiers OnThe Minnetonka boys lacrosse team is unbeaten and ranked number one in the state. In the last year, they've had to overcome tragedy off the field in a major way.
Matthew Hurt, Minnesota’s Mr. Basketball, Heads To DukeRochester John Marshall High School basketball star Matthew Hurt -- named the top senior in the state and the most recruited -- has decided on a college.
Scandia Sixth Grader Bella Leonhart Tees Up At Augusta NationalTiger Woods wasn't the only golfer with a big week at Augusta National this past week. A slightly less well-known story was that of Scandia Elementary sixth grader Bella Leonhart.
Legendary Tennis Coach Nick Bollettieri Helping Bring The Game To Minneapolis's Inner CityAn 87-year-old tennis legend is helping bring the game to the inner city of Minneapolis.
Alexandria Aces Take Their Final Bow After Nearly 3 Decades On The CourtThe Alexandria Aces have been showing off their basketball-handling skills for nearly three decades. This past Sunday, the fixture in the Minnesota basketball community took their final bow.
Meet Matthew Hurt: Minnesota's Mr. BasketballRochester John Marshall High School's Matthew Hurt is a hot commodity to the many college basketball coaches in town this week, because he still has not chosen a college.