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.
Anoka finished a perfect 10-0 record to win the Northwest Suburban Conference title after posting a 71-6 win against Armstrong Jan. 24.
What began as racing snowmobiles with a friend last winter at Elk River’s ERX Motopark has translated into a lot more for Ryan Springer, a 2010 grdatuate of St. Francis High School.
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.
Area high school boys' basketball teams are looking ahead to the season.
Andover posted an 8-10 dual record last season and returns two section place winners and three more who should be key point-winners this winter.
Being part of a hurricane wasn’t in the cards for two members of the 2-7-1 St. Cloud State University women’s hockey team.
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.
Running on a very windy, cloudy and cold day last week, boys’ and girls’ cross country teams competed in the Oct. 4 Blaine Invitational, staged at Majestic Oaks Golf Course.
The St. Francis Hall of Fame will have 30 new members this year.
Kiana Eide is a teeny bopper with a golden twist.
Some good things did happen for St. Francis at last weekend’s Aerie Challenge volleyball tournament, but even in high school sports, victories and losses remain the bottom line.
Kiana Eide, a 13-year-old from St. Francis, and five teammates trained last week in the Prince of Peace Lutheran Church, Spring Lake Park, gymnasium, preparing for the 2012 Pan American Jr. Championships.
As the 2012 high school volleyball season gets under way, we take a look at what to expect from these local teams.
Six local baseball players played in the June 22-23 Minnesota Lions High School All-Star Baseball Tournament in Chaska.
In its 27th year of honoring the nation’s best high school athletes, The Gatorade Company, in collaboration with ESPNHS, last week announced Maggie Ewen of St. Francis High School (SFHS) as its 2011-12 Gatorade Minnesota Girls’ Track and Field Athlete of the Year.
What follows is a June 11-17 weekly wrap-up for local Metro Minny town ball teams.
The St. Francis Saints came off a strong softball season and entered the sections expecting their winning ways to continue.
Andover Huskies boys jumped, threw and raced past Section 7AA rivals, taking home the championship team trophy and sending them all to the state tournament.
St. Francis and Spring Lake Park finished third and fourth, respectively, in a North Suburban Conference girls’ golf tournament on Majestic Oaks’ Crossroads course April 26.