Top High School Basketball Player Doubles As Concert Pianist"They’re two different things because basketball is aggressive – you're giving it your all – but piano is more cerebral."
‘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.
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.
NFL Picks Week 15: Vikings Bounce Back After Coordinator ChangeCBS Minnesota's Mike Max breaks down four of the biggest games in Week 15, including the Dolphins-Vikings and Patriots-Steelers.
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.
Gophers Volleyball Set To Maximize Home Court AdvantageThe Gopher volleyball team lost its only Big 10 Match last Friday at Penn State, but that's not all bad.
Meet WCCO’s Coach Of The Year, And His Secret WeaponIn conjunction with the Minnesota Vikings and the NFL, WCCO-TV’s High School Sports Rally Coach of the Year is Owatonna High School’s Jeff Williams. The award includes a trip to Orlando to represent the Vikings market in the Pro Bowl. Williams has been winning games for the Huskies for a long time, and he's got his eyes on back-to-back to state titles this week -- with the help of one dynamic running back.
Hopkins’ Zeke Nnaji Heading To ArizonaZeke Nnaji is part of handful of Minnesota senior basketball players considered high-end – which means they can pick and choose their college destination. The 6-foot-11-inch forward from Hopkins High School did just that Friday. He narrowed his choice down to prestigious five schools – and in the end decided to become a Wildcat.