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Boys Volleyball Growing Quickly At Minnesota High SchoolsGopher volleyball coach Hugh McCutcheon and Apple Valley legendary volleyball coach Walt Weaver are on a campaign. They want to make volleyball a sport for boys in high school.
For Baseball Players In Ely, April Snow Is Nothing NewWe've all suffered through this April, none more so than area high school athletes waiting just to play a game.
High School Football Coaches Talk Safety, Education At Annual ConventionThis year, coaches are having conversations on safety issues and the questions about how to keep athletes participating in the game.
After Winning State 1600 Meter In 8th Grade, What's Next For Farmington's Anna Fenske?Fenske won her first high school state championship last season before she was even in high school.
'All-Time Good Guy' Dave Stead Says Goodbye To MSHSLThey gather -- well-wishers that have worked with Dave Stead, who is saying good bye after 32 years on the job.
Tre Jones Repeats As AP Player Of The YearTre Jones has closed his high school basketball career at Apple Valley as a repeat Associated Press Player of the Year award winner.
Apple Valley's Tre Jones Sets Sights On 2019 Final Four In MinneapolisA few years ago, an Apple Valley kid took his team all the way to the Final Four, won it and was named MVP. Now his brother hopes to do the same.
Meet The First Inductees To The Minn. High School Basketball Hall Of FameIt's a new venture for Minneosta, and the first round of inductees features a few eye-popping names.
Gopher Great Terry Kunze Knows What It Takes To Make It At State TourneyHe's at the tournament -- every state tournament -- in the same seat. Terry Kunze loves this.
How A 9-17 Team Made The State Basketball TournamentWinning during the regular season certainly increases your chances of making the state tournament. But it's not mandatory.
Edina's Sammy Walker Named AP Player Of The YearEdina senior Sammy Walker is the Minnesota Associated Press Player of the Year award winner for high school boys hockey.
2 Generations Of Novaks Watch Over Hopkins BasketballKen Novak Jr. he is afforded the support each day of a coach of 67 years" Ken Novak Sr., who is his son's biggest fan.

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