The Minnesota State High School League board of directors on Monday delayed the start of its summer coaching waiver period – the time during which high school coaches can work with their athletes – until Monday, June 15.
Although there’s been no word yet on whether high school sports can resume in the fall, there almost certainly will be a push toward something approaching normalcy.
A coalition of Minnesota youth baseball and softball organizations have created a plan to play safely during the coronavirus pandemic. Now all they need is approval from the state.
Burnsville High School graduate Kamal Martin could hear his name called during the NFL Draft, which starts Thursday. The draft, forced to move from Las Vegas and change formats because of the pandemic, now will originate from ESPN studios in Connecticut as well as home and workplace studios …
Gov. Tim Walz said Monday a decision about the remainder of the 2019-20 school year could come later this week. But it might not be welcome news for spring sports athletes, coaches and fans.
Two Lakeville Nordic skiers competed in the U.S. Ski and Snowboard Cross Country Junior Nationals, one of the last events to take place before the COVID-19 pandemic shut down sports in the United States.
Lakeville South has been one of the most consistent teams in Class AA girls hockey – and as a result the Cougars are a No. 1 seed in the section playoffs that began this week.
Minnesota State University, Mankato’s run in the NCAA Division II football playoffs caught the attention of a number of high school players from Dakota County, who now intend to be future Mavericks.