PREP BOYS TRACK AND FIELD: As much time as Matt Welch has spent in the Proctor High School swimming pool, one might think the state’s top distance runner had switched sports.RELATED CONTENT
RUNNING: When Joe Moore first heard about Monday’s bomb blasts at the Boston Marathon, his thoughts flashed back to 17 years ago when he watched his father, Marc, run the 100th edition of the storied race.RELATED CONTENT
PREP BASEBALL PREVIEW: Instead of spending time taking batting practice or perfecting a new pitch, Ben Nelson and his Proctor baseball teammates were stuck performing an all-too-familiar task Wednesday.RELATED CONTENT
Defending state champ Cherry takes a 26-game winning streak into a new and delayed season.RELATED CONTENT
PREP SPORTS: Maybe the Minnesota State High School League can sponsor new spring activities to replace ones like baseball and softball that have been hampered by unseasonably cold and snowy weather. How about shoveling? Or snowball throwing?RELATED CONTENT
Anders Broman became Minnesota’s most prolific high school boys basketball scorer and finished his six-year career at Lakeview Christian Academy with 5,119 points and was named News Tribune All-Area Player of the Year for a second consecutive season.RELATED CONTENT
HIGH SCHOOL GIRLS BASKETBALL: Junior forward Jessica Lindstrom averaged a team-high 21 points and 16.7 rebounds per game and led the Spartans to a school-record 23 victories and their first Wisconsin Division 1 high school state tournament since 1995.RELATED CONTENT
HIGH SCHOOL BOYS HOCKEY: Defenseman Meirs Moore scored 19 goals and added 30 assists in leading the Greyhounds to their fifth consecutive Minnesota Class AA state tournament.RELATED CONTENT
The job status of Cloquet-Esko-Carlton boys hockey coach Dave Esse is expected to be resolved tonight at a Cloquet School Board meeting, the third time the board has met to discuss the future of the 14-year coach after a parental complaint to have him removed was filed Feb. 4.RELATED CONTENT
Granted, this might be a bad time to consider the idea of altering the Minnesota high school boys hockey state tournament.RELATED CONTENT
Perusing the Minnesota Duluth women’s hockey roster is a little like paging through a Fodor’s travel guide.
John Mayasich doesn’t have far to look to bring back memories of playing outdoor hockey.
The New York Giants’ upset of the Green Bay Packers on Sunday has ensured some peace of mind for Minnesota Vikings fans the next couple of weeks.
Bob Nielson recently reinstalled himself as Minnesota Duluth football coach.
Early last week, Minnesota Duluth senior Eric Atkinson’s NCAA hopes came crashing to Earth, literally. Days later, the UMD volleyball team’s NCAA title hopes also hit the ground with a thud.RELATED CONTENT
For the past nine years, members of the News Tribune sports staff have been listening to one of our own reverently discuss his high school alma mater’s football team and the unending success of the program.
Though it shares her surname, the Gangelhoff Center in St. Paul is the last place Katie Gangelhoff wants to see again this year.
Though it wasn’t front-page news, the high school sports community in the Twin Ports lost a key figure last week when Duluth East softball coach Stan Karich resigned.
It’s appropriate that a track encircles Griggs Field because Minnesota Duluth football games, along with nearly every other college football game, have become track meets these days.RELATED CONTENT