High School Football Season Moved To Spring With Shorter Season, Fewer GamesThe Minnesota State High School League voted Tuesday to move the football season to spring, with a shorter season, fewer games, no scrimmages. The postseason plan has yet to be determined.
Coronavirus In Minnesota: High School Athletes Keep Training In Hopes Of Condensed Spring SeasonMinnesota schools and athletes are holding out hope there could still be a partial spring season.
Coronavirus In Minnesota: MN State High School League Cancels Girls, Boys Basketball TournamentsThe Minnesota State High School League (MSHSL) announced Friday that it will be canceling both its girls and boys basketball tournaments due to coronavirus concerns.
MSHSL Approves Waseca Boys Hockey Jerseys With Patch Honoring Officer MatsonThe Minnesota State High School League (MSHSL) has approved a new hockey uniform for Waseca High School that honor police officer Arik Matson.
Report: Minnesota State High School League Facing $400,000 DeficitThe Minnesota State High School League is reportedly facing a projected $407,000 deficit for the current fiscal year.
Family Files Suit To Appeal Marco Cavallaro's SuspensionEast Ridge High School will be without one of their senior captains as they play for a section championship Friday night. Marco Cavallaro and his family are waiting for a judge to rule on a lawsuit they filed to appeal a suspension from the team.
Teen Sues MSHSL For Dance Team Gender DiscriminationA high school student is suing the Minnesota State High School League for not being allowed to dance because of his gender.
Teen Files Lawsuit Against MSHSL's 'Girls Only' Dance Team RuleMoua argues the rule discriminates based on sex and violates the Constitution.
With Spring Arriving, High School Athletes Finally Getting OutsideFinally, after weeks of waiting, spring has sprung in Minnesota. And high school sports can get underway.
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.
'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.