For Coon Rapids residents Todd Lindorff and his 14-year-old daughter Payton Lindorff, hunting has grown into a father-daughter bonding experience.
Brothers Boxing presents a Golden Gloves amateur boxing showcase event at 3 p.m. Sunday, May 19 at CR’s Sports Bar (8525 Cottonwood St. N.W.).
The days of yelling “heads-up” to alert others of a wayward fly ball might be fewer this season at Coon Rapids/Andover American Little League games thanks in part to the Minnesota Twins.
Two law enforcement agencies from Anoka County came together for a friendly, but spirited hockey game at Xcel Energy Center in St. Paul May 2.
Students from Blaine, Spring Lake Park, Coon Rapids compete in 21st annual Central Minnesota Mega Meet at Sauk Rapids.
The Bemidji State University Student Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC), which represents each of Bemidji State’s 15 varsity intercollegiate athletic programs, has 28 members for the 2012-2013 season.
One female senior student from several area high schools has been chosen to represent her school as part of the 41st annual Minneapolis Athena Awards luncheon, May 3.
Watching his family play a game of tag on a Boston-area playground Tuesday afternoon, Coon Rapids runner Wade Demmer couldn’t fathom how the previous day went from such a high-note to horrific after the bombings at the Boston Marathon Monday.
The city of Coon Rapids will present three Skyhawks summer sports camps this year.
The 32nd edition of the Ted Brill Great 8 Senior Festival is set for March 22-24 at Wakota Arena in South St. Paul.
Coon Rapids’ own Rachael Bona, a University of Minnesota sophomore forward, added a second national hockey championship March 23 as the Gophers winning streak reached 49 games.
Anoka finished a perfect 10-0 record to win the Northwest Suburban Conference title after posting a 71-6 win against Armstrong Jan. 24.
Kathy (Ness) Lentz wasn’t going to allow a broken tibia derail her final season of gymnastics at the University of Minnesota in 1991. Lentz, an already highly-decorated senior gymnast, had nothing left to prove after being part of the program’s first Big Ten Conference Championship team among se...
Perhaps Coon Rapids boys’ hockey should play more games outdoors after a 3-1 win against Osseo on the outdoor rink at Coon Rapids Ice Center Jan. 19.
Spring Lake Park dropped a 36-32 North Suburban Conference loss to Robbinsdale Cooper Jan. 17.
Coon Rapids downed Northwest Suburban Conference foes Osseo (61-4) and Maple Grove (60-12) Jan. 3 before heading to Owatonna Jan. 5 where it went 3-1 at the Owatonna Federated Duals.
Siblings growing up on high school teams aren’t anything new, but Coon Rapids girls’ hockey has more than one or two sets on the bench this season.
Robert Hank’s tennis career might have started late by some standards, but he’s quickly making up for lost court time.
Area high school boys' basketball teams are looking ahead to the season.