Most of the South Suburban Conference sports events scheduled for Tuesday already have been postponed because of a forecast for extreme cold weather.
Despite losing twice last week, Eagan’s girls hockey team is in position to clinch the South Suburban Conference championship this week.
Stillwater, the team that thwarted Lakeville North’s attempt for back-to-back state Class AA gymnastics championships, will go into Saturday’s Panther Invitational at Lakeville North as the favorite.
The pros came to town when the Minnesota Vikings moved their training camp to Eagan, but the team didn’t want to trample on the high school sports culture. Instead, it sought a partnership, opening its doors to prep teams.
Players who starred at South Suburban Conference high schools have helped lead their college football teams deep into the postseason, and now are up for major individual awards.
Lakeville North left little doubt about its worthiness as a No. 1 playoff seed by routing Prior Lake 38-3 Friday at TCO Stadium in a game between Class 6A football contenders.
Rosemount’s boys and Farmington’s girls will defend their team championships in the South Suburban Conference cross country meet Friday afternoon at Eagan High School.
Farmington built a big lead in the first half and then had to hold on for a 41-28 victory over Eagan on Friday in the first high school football game played at TCO Stadium.