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Rosemount wins 2A boys’, girls’ team track and field state titles

By CHRISTINA LONG, Star Tribune 06/19/2021, 8:45pm CDT

A roundup of top performances in events at both meets held at St. Michael-Albertville.

Class 1A wheelchair winner challenged himself in 800

By CHRISTINA LONG, Star Tribune 06/18/2021, 10:00pm CDT

Lewiston-Altura’s Peyton Gunnarson won four wheelchair events in all, while records were set in numerous events of the boys' and girls' state meets.

Five champions crowned in 3,200 races as track and field state meet begins

By CHRISTINA LONG, Star Tribune 06/17/2021, 11:15pm CDT

Jade Rypkena of Nevis won the Class 1A girls' race with a closing kick to win by eight-hundredths of a second.

Minnesota high school league sets summer plans despite hazy fall outlook

By David La Vaque and Jim Paulsen, Star Tribune staff writers 06/03/2020, 9:15am CDT

ADs, coaches, athletes, parents have questions; answers few.

Minnesota high school athlete eligibility rules get fresh scrutiny

By David La Vaque, Star Tribune 06/02/2020, 7:30pm CDT

The Minnesota State High School League is exploring revisions of two contentious league bylaws that help determine student-athlete eligibility.

Prep basketball teams deprived of tournament get consolation honor

By David La Vaque, Star Tribune 04/27/2020, 3:30pm CDT

All teams in contention for basketball state titles when the COVID-19 pandemic ended play will be known as "finalists'' and receive trophies and medals.

Everyone loses as Minnesota high school spring sports extend shutdown

By David La Vaque and Jim Paulsen, Star Tribune 04/23/2020, 4:15pm CDT

Players, coaches and ADs all mourn a decision they feared was coming.

Whether winless or in last place, dignity comes out on top for three Minnesota prep athletes

By David La Vaque, Star Tribune 04/20/2020, 10:30am CDT

A trio of prep athletes rise above fates that are dealt early.

Minnesota Gov. Walz gives bleak assessment on chances for spring prep sports

By David La Vaque, Star Tribune 04/20/2020, 10:30am CDT

Gov. Tim Walz, a former high school coach, gave a heartfelt but bleak assessment Monday of the chances of prep sports resuming this spring.

Minnesota prep spring sports shutdown hits the budget with pluses and minuses

By Jim Paulsen, Star Tribune 04/17/2020, 10:45am CDT

Shutdown means expenses are down; but coaches still getting paid.

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  • By CASSIDY HETTESHEIMER and DAVID LA VAQUE, Star Tribune 06/08/2024, 9:45am CDT
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