St. Michael-Albertville has a new champion to celebrate.
Much like the overall season for Eden Prairie (18-9) which started slow with a 1-4 record, picked up the pace as the calendar turned to May and culminated in June with the third state title in program history on Monday night at Target Field.
There is no program better.Waconia proved that time and again this season, taking to the baseball field 26 times and winning every game.
Up 4-0 through three innings of the Class 2A baseball state championship game, Minnehaha Academy was in cruise control on its way to a second straight title.
The Parkers Prairie baseball team waited 364 days to finish a job that started on June 20, 2016.
Call it a three-peat, a hat trick or a dynasty as Eden Prairie girls lacrosse won its third consecutive state title on Saturday.
The question wasn’t so much if the goal explosion would come. It was how long it would last, and if Benilde-St. Margaret’s could recover.
A bracelet on Joanna Kim’s left wrist reads “Loves to win.”She proved just how much at the Class 3A girls’ golf state meet. She led Edina to a third-consecutive team title and tied for individual honors at Bunker Hills Golf Course in Coon Rapids.
While it’s not unusual for the State Golf Tournament to come down to the final hole, it is unusual that two teams from the same conference are battling for the top spot at that point.
The Detroit Lakes girls golf team recorded their best team score of the season at the perfect time to erase a five-shot deficit to Lake City and win by four strokes for a fifth Minnesota Class AA state championship in the past six seasons Wednesday in Jordan.
The Class AA State Boys Golf Tournament concluded on Wednesday at Ridges at Sand Creek Golf Course in Jordan, MN. The Blake Bears Boys Golf team was there to defend their titles in 2015 and 2016.
The Warriors shot 357 on Day One and trailed Springfield by 16 shots and Fillmore Central by nine shots.
As he came off his final hole on the final day of the Minnesota Class 1A state boys golf meet at Pebble Creek Golf Club, Mahnomen-Waubun senior Brady Liebl heard the congratulations from parents of the team. He didn't believe it.
The ending was fit for the big screen, but the Farmington softball team didn’t need any help from Hollywood.
The Winhawks (24-3) ended the season on a 22-game winning streak. They rolled through the competition at Caswell Park, beating Thief River Falls 10-0 in the quarterfinals, Totino-Grace 5-0 in the semifinals, then breaking open the game late against Hermantown, which knocked off defending state champion and Winona’s Big Nine Conference rival Mankato West in the other semifinal.
The Zumbrota-Mazeppa Cougars defeated the top seed, number one ranked team from Maple Lake 4-1 Friday to repeat as Class 2A State Champions.
To be the best, you have to beat the best and on Friday at Caswell Park, the New York Mills softball team toppled the defending champion Edgerton/Southwest Christian squad that dominated the polls all season, and claimed its first Minnesota Class A softball crown in its fifth tournament appearance.
Minnetonka High boys tennis coach Dave Stearns watched his Skippers win their second straight State Class AA championship June 7 at Baseline Tennis Center, and the final heroics were provided by the third doubles team of Adam Thompson and Christian Lund in a 4-3 victory over East Ridge.
The Bears will move up to Class 2A next season. When Blake's Joe Mairs became the fourth member of his team to win his singles match in the Class 1A boys' tennis team championship Wednesday at Reed-Sweatt Tennis Center, he offered no reaction. No joyous grunt or yell. No clenched fist. No smile.
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