Taylor Rooney is ready to prove he belongs on the national scene.
Connor Clemons of Gustavus Adolphus College men’s hockey earned MIAC Athlete of the Week honors following his four point weekend after the Gusties defeated Northland Friday 5-2 and tied No. 11 UW-Superior 3-3 Saturday.
Gustavus Adophus College freshman Caitlin Rorman scored a career-high 25 points and posted the third double-double of her first-year campaign in Gustavus’s 75-64 upset win over No. 15 Augsburg Sunday and was named MIAC Women’s Basketball Athlete of the Week for her performance.
Glacial Lakes State Park in west-central Minnesota will begin operating an aeration system in Mountain Lake, also known as Signalness Lake, beginning on or after Feb. 3, according to the Department of Natural Resources. The aeration system will increase oxygen levels in the lake to prevent w…
In a key Big South Conference girls hockey game, the Luverne Cardinals dominated the Minnesota River Bulldogs 7-1 on Monday at Le Sueur Community Center.
Based on a defensive effort, the turning point for Cleveland 67, visiting Heron Lake-Okabena/Fulda 53 came early, said Clipper boys head basketball coach Dan Fredrickson.
Airmailing the puck from four feet in front of the mesh, Nicole McCabe scored the winning goal with six minutes left in the second period Tuesday night, and the Minnesota River Bulldog girls went on to down visiting Fairmont 6-2 in Big South hockey action.
Josh Johnson went the distance to lead St. Peter boys basketball team to a 58-44 Big South Conference win over host New Ulm on Thursday.
St. Peter girls basketball team appeared to have a victory locked up in regulation time Thursday against visiting New Ulm.
Putting on the pressure the entire game, it was just a matter of time before the Minnesota River Bulldogs would break open the boys hockey game Thursday against the Windom Eagles.
Still looking for their first Valley Conference win, the Cleveland Clippers fell to Martin County West on Tuesday and to Granada-Huntley-East Chain/Truman/Martin Luther the Thursday before.
St. Peter girls basketball team had a hard time breaking through Hutchinson full-court pressure defense, and the Tigers topped the host Saints 54-42 on Tuesday.
For 30 minutes in Glenville on Friday, the Cleveland Clipper girls kept up with Alden-Conger/Glenville-Emmons, but with two Clippers out with five fouls and another two who didn’t make the trip, they ran out of fuel after that and lost to the Knights 65-45.
With six place winners, including 3-0 champion Eli Hunt at 170 pounds, St. Peter wrestling team finished sixth in the 13-team Big South Conference Tournament Saturday at Worthington.
Five Saints scored in doubles digits as St. Peter boys basketball team won a key Big South Conference game 74-62 over host Fairmont on Friday.
Two Saints went down with injuries, but St. Peter girls basketball team still rolled to a 57-29 Big South Conference victory over visiting Fairmont on Friday.
Turning the ball over on 19 occasions in the first half and nine more in the second, the Cleveland girls couldn’t mount much offense against visiting Waterville-Elysian-Morristown on Thursday and lost 74-18.
Notoriously slow starters, the Minnesota River Bulldogs girls hockey team did it again Thursday in losing to the Mankato East Cougars 4-2 at All Seasons Arena.
NEW ULM — This Saturday is “Hockey Day in New Ulm," with games starting at 9 a.m. and the last games starting at 7:45 p.m. and 8:15 p.m. on both rinks at the New Ulm Civic Center.
It wasn’t an issue of beating Janesville-Waldorf-Pemberton’s press; the Cleveland Clipper girls managed to do that, but what they couldn’t overcome was their own sloppy ball handing as turnovers—mostly unforced—made the difference in a 56-47 road loss on Tuesday.
Anna Pavlo scored a hat trick, Keely Olness netted two goals, and Nicole McCabe notched a goal and an assist, including the game winner, as the Minnesota River Bulldogs won a 6-5 shootout over host Waseca on Tuesday.
Brady Sowder, Shawn Lehtinen and Charlie Weick scored two goals each as the Minnesota River Bulldogs boys hockey team blasted Austin 7-1 on Tuesday at Riverside Arena.
I’m back to full-time sports reporting after successfully completing a second knee replacement surgery and recovery in November and December. The first surgery and recovery period took place in the early fall.
A strong comeback fell just short for the Minnesota River Bulldogs Saturday as Big South Conference leader Marshall held on for a 3-2 boys hockey victory at Red Baron Arena.
In a close girls hockey battle for third place in the Big South Conference, the Marshall Tigers edged the Minnesota River Bulldog 2-1 on Saturday at Red Baron Arena.
St. Peter opened the 2020 portion of its schedule with a methodical 76-56 Big South Conference victory Friday over visiting St. James in boys basketball action.
Shooting woes, especially from long distance, kept St. Peter boys basketball team from staying with Byron Saturday in the Rochester Hoops Challenge hosted by Breakdown Sports USA at Rochester Civic Center.
Playing a strong all-around game on both ends of the floor, St. Peter girls basketball team defeated Byron 57-44 in the Rochester Hoops Challenge hosted by Breakdown Sports USA at Rochester Civic Center.
Ten Saints earned top-five medals as St. Peter wrestling team placed a close fourth in the seven-team Cambridge-Isanti Bluejacket Invitational Saturday at Cambridge High School.
In a battle of Big South Conference East Division girls gymnastics co-leaders, St. Peter scored a season-high for the second time this season in losing to New Ulm 135.075-130.950 on Friday at New Ulm Area Gymnastics Academy.
Not even as close as the final would indicate, Cleveland 46, Immanuel Lutheran 36 was one in the win column for the Clipper girls, but it didn’t do much to up their game, especially offensively, head coach Joe Remiger said.
When No. 13 from the St. Peter boys basketball team checked into Friday’s game against Hawley, Minn., with two minutes left, the fans piled into the stands and the players and coaches on both benches had no idea they were about to witness an inspirational moment.
Led by the 1-2 punch of Morgan Kelly and Sarah Conlon, St. Peter bounced back with a 56-49 victory over Prior Lake Saturday in the second and final round of the St. Olaf Holiday girls basketball tournament at Skoglund Center in Northfield.
St. Peter senior center Wyatt Olson broke the school record with 46 points in the Saints’ 100-81 loss to Sunrise Mountain, Arizona, in the second round of the Oak Grove Carnal Classic boys basketball tournament Saturday in Fargo, North Dakota.
Four St. Peter High School teams qualified for state in 2019: boys hockey, boys basketball, girls basketball and baseball. In addition, individuals made the big show in six sports: track, girls swimming, boys golf, wrestling, gymnastics and boys tennis.