Students from Blaine, Spring Lake Park, Coon Rapids compete in 21st annual Central Minnesota Mega Meet at Sauk Rapids.
Spring Lake Park standout hurdler CJ Janu knew if he wanted to salvage his final high school track season he would have to put in a lot of off-season work.
Spring Lake Park's Panther Foundation will host its first-ever golf fundraiser at Bunker Hills Golf Course June 26.
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.
St. Louis Blues captain and Spring Lake Park native David Backes has his club once again in position to make a strong push into the Stanley Cup playoffs.
Rosters for the 40th annual Minnesota High School Coaches All-Star Football Game will include two area seniors on the North team.
Spring Lake Park’s last season in the North Suburban Conference will be the 2013-14 school year.
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.
Anoka ended 2012 with a 4-1 loss at top-ranked Minnetonka Dec. 20. The loss drops the Tornadoes to 6-6-1 overall and 2-6-0 since Nov. 27. They’ve been outscored 22-9 during that span, minus a 9-1 win over North Metro Dec. 8.
The 2012 Minnesota AP All-State football team was announced Nov. 27. Osseo’s Bridgeport Tussler was named Player of the Year.
Area high school boys' basketball teams are looking ahead to the season.
ABC Newspapers-area runners took to the trails Oct. 25 with hopes of qualifying for the Nov. 3 state meet. Section 5AA ran at Anoka High School while Section 7AA ran at Cloquet.
When Blaine finished third in a volleyball tournament in Apple Valley last month, the Bengals vowed they would be a better team by the time they made their next trip to the southern metro.
Kiana Eide is a teeny bopper with a golden twist.
As the 2012 high school volleyball season gets under way, we take a look at what to expect from these local teams.
The 13/14 BALL (Blaine Area Little League) American all-star team won the District 1 tournament, moving iton to the state all-star tournament.
Seven Northwest Suburban Conference football players have been selected to play June 30 in the Minnesota high school all-star football game, a game showcasing outstanding senior players from the 2011 high school football season.
In the opening round of section 5AAA playoffs May 25, Blaine beat its neighbors, the Spring Lake Park Panthers, 5-3. But Blaine’s playoffs ended on Memorial Day when third seed Robbinsdale Cooper handed the sixth seed Bengals a 7-4 loss.
Several local students representing Andover, Anoka, Blaine, Coon Rapids and Spring Lake Park high schools competed in the 13th state adapted bowling tournament May 18 at Brunswick Zone in Eden Prairie.
Fridley second-year head coach Brian Hronski knew what hand he was dealt heading into Friday’s matchup with North Suburban Conference rival Spring Lake Park.