MN Supreme Court Rules In Favor Of Defamed H.S. CoachesParents who defame public high school coaches can now face a lawsuit if they go too far, according to a landmark ruling issued by the Minnesota Supreme Court.
Roseville Golfer Olivia Salonek Uses Nervousness As MotivationThere might be no game like golf, where a deep breath can make such a difference. That is not the approach Roseville's Olivia Salonek takes. Yes, she's a golfer who loves to get nervous.
Friends Since Childhood, 2 Hockey Fans Continue Tournament TraditionScott Martinson and Charley Spilker have been friends since middle school. Though they went to different high schools, there's one thing they've always had in common – they have attended the boys hockey tournament every year since 1970.
Talented Breck Football Player To Make Transition To College BasketballHe flourished as a football player at Breck High School, but his winter love is basketball. Built like Charles Barkley, it's tough to defend size and agility.
Star Hockey Player At Blake Sets Sights On OlympicsConsider this your warning – get a chance to watch Madeline Wethington now as a high school player because before too long, you'll be watching her on the biggest stage in the game. It'd be nice to say you saw her when, you know?
MSHSL Tightens Up Sports Season In Light Of April ChillThe unseasonably cool April temperatures, combined with poor field conditions and frozen turf, have led Minnesota high school sports officials to make a temporary change to the rules.
Apple Valley’s Hall Goes For 6th State Wrestling TitleIf Mark Hall was in basketball instead of wrestling, he'd be as big as LeBron. At least, when LeBron was coming out of high school. "Tons and tons and tons of attention," his coach, Dalen Wasmund, said with a chuckle.
Wis. May Ban Certain Cheers At H.S. Sports GamesThe Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association wants to ban certain words from being chanted at high school games. It is part of an effort to promote better sportsmanship. Here are some of the phrases they do not want to hear:
Minnetonka Basketball Coach Suspended Pending InvestigationMinnetonka boys basketball head coach Chris Carr has been placed on administrative leave while the school investigates an alleged physical altercation with a male high school student. A source told WCCO the incident occurred Tuesday at school after Carr's high school-aged daughter told him she had been involved in a fight with the boy.
Matt Birk Reflects On His Vikings CareerMatt Birk lived the hometown dream. He grew up in St Paul to become a Minnesota Viking and Pro Bowl center. "I think as time goes on its just more unbelievable," Birk said. "I can't really believe that it happened, you know, the way that it worked out."
Fmr. NBA Player Reaches Out To Teens About AddictionChris Herren is not a name recognized locally, but his story applies to all because it is a story of how you can become addicted. Herren played division one basketball and made it to the NBA -- until heroin took over his life.
MSHL Looks Into Eye Poking Incident At High School Prep BowlA moment caught on camera during the Prep Bowl Saturday has gone viral online, and led to calls for discipline. During the Class 1A championship, a player for Minneapolis North appears to deliberately poke the eyes of an opponent.
Pierz Beats Jackson County Central 36-8 To Win 3A TitleNoah Boser ran for two touchdowns and caught a third as Pierz beat Jackson County Central 36-8 Saturday to win the Class 3A state championship. Lane Girtz added 119 yards rushing and Aaron Weber threw two touchdown passes for the Pioneers (13-0), who won their second state title and first since 2004. Boser rushed for 107 yards.
Orr Sisters Help Propel Eagan High To State FinalsIt is a feeling every parent can relate to watching their kid. Gretchen Orr can relate more than most, with two kids on the Eagan High School's varsity volleyball team. "It is very nerve-wracking," Gretchen said. "Twice as much can go wrong! The serving makes me so nervous (laughs)!"
Osseo's 'Prince Of Perseverance' Runs Over All Obstacles, On And Off The FieldFor Osseo's 6A title-competing football team, there's one crucial ingredient: A running back who is asked to carry the ball 30-40 times a game.