Big leads early in both matches Jan. 21 helped the Wayzata High wrestling team sweep a triangular from Annandale/Maple Lake and Prior Lake at …

After his team won the season opener over Eden Prairie 48-45 Jan. 15, Hopkins head coach Kenny Novak Jr. said, in not really a humorous tone, …

In a competitive Lake Conference season opener Friday, Jan. 15, the Eden Prairie boys aquatics team defeated St. Michael-Albertville 97-81.

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With safety measures in place, high school students returned to the court, rink and pool to begin the winter season Thursday, Jan. 14.

As one of the largest high schools in Minnesota, Wayzata is also one of the largest winners among the state’s sports communities.

The St. Paul Saints becoming the Triple-A affiliate of the Minnesota Twins answered a question that seemed like a commonsense solution for a l…

Big leads early in both matches Jan. 21 helped the Wayzata High wrestling team sweep a triangular from Annandale/Maple Lake and Prior Lake at …

After his team won the season opener over Eden Prairie 48-45 Jan. 15, Hopkins head coach Kenny Novak Jr. said, in not really a humorous tone, …

In a competitive Lake Conference season opener Friday, Jan. 15, the Eden Prairie boys aquatics team defeated St. Michael-Albertville 97-81.

  • Updated

With safety measures in place, high school students returned to the court, rink and pool to begin the winter season Thursday, Jan. 14.

As one of the largest high schools in Minnesota, Wayzata is also one of the largest winners among the state’s sports communities.

The St. Paul Saints becoming the Triple-A affiliate of the Minnesota Twins answered a question that seemed like a commonsense solution for a l…

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In a competitive Lake Conference season opener Friday, Jan. 15, the Eden Prairie boys aquatics team defeated St. Michael-Albertville 97-81.

  • Updated

With safety measures in place, high school students returned to the court, rink and pool to begin the winter season Thursday, Jan. 14.

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