The latest on youth sports, high school as well college and the pros.
The deflation paves the way for the new Vikings stadium.
Social media went into overdrive after Minnesota beat the Buckeyes 63-53.
Former Vikings punter Chris Kluwe said he thinks he was fired because of his support for gay marriage.
Several stars arose during this year’s football season, but even the state’s best players rarely reach the pros.
St. Thomas Academy and Henry Sibley faced each other Friday night.
St. Thomas Academy defeated Simley by 30 points in another Tuesday night quarterfinals game.
The 2013 marathon took place in Minneapolis and St. Paul.
The Cadets struck out for the third time, and now will turn to the Minnesota State High School League for assistance in finding a new conference.
The City Council voted 3-2 to stay out of a group that would study the feasibility of a new facility in West St. Paul.
Mendota Heights hunters have until Sept. 5 to apply for a lottery application.
After a defeat in the State 5A semifinals last year to upstart Owatonna, the Cadets are hoping to make it to that final game in November in 2013.
The first game of the season will be at 7 p.m. Aug. 29 against North St. Paul.
The local wrestling team recently was at the Decorah, IA, college.
West St. Paul-Mendota Heights-Eagan School District and its communities would share construction costs to replace the West St. Paul Ice Arena.
Woodbury's Jesse Lusk grew up in Mendota Heights and worked in Inver Grove. He died suddenly on July 16.
The MH resident was met the president of Israel when he was in the country for the Maccabiah Jewish games.
Baer also played for the Edina American Legion team.