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There wasn't loads of optimism, the way the St. Charles football team limped away last season. The Saints lost their last four games in 2017... [Read More]
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There wasn't loads of optimism, the way the St. Charles football team limped away last season. The Saints lost their last four games in 2017... [Read More]
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It was a stumbling, desperate exchange that will never be forgotten by Ameer AlRubayee. It's his reminder of how far he's come and how difficult... [Read More]
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That was a crabby bus ride home from Duluth for the Lourdes boys soccer team. [Read More]
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This overwhelmingly difficult start to the 2018 football season for John Marshall is almost done. [Read More]
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This is Emma Trncic's last crack at it. So the Mayo senior wants to savor every bit of this senior girls tennis season. [Read More]
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Dan King had seen enough. [Read More]
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7 p.m. Friday, John Drews Field... [Read More]
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A former Lourdes High School tennis coach was arrested in Wisconsin in July in as part of an undercover internet child enticement investigation. [Read More]
Boys soccer... [Read More]
Dover-Eyota hasn't had a winning football season since 2008. Brady Williams and the rest of this year's Eagles team are taking aim at halting that... [Read More]
Antoine Winfield Jr. is a sophomore defensive back for the University of Minnesota football team. Winfield Jr. is the son of former Vikings great defensive... [Read More]
Lourdes didn't look in much shape to make a return trip to the state football tournament for the ninth time in the last 12 years.... [Read More]
After suffering through a 1-8 season a year ago, the John Marshall football team was more than ready for a new beginning. [Read More]
So, just how is Owatonna doing this? [Read More]
NSIC preview... [Read More]
Century grad has made big impact at Southwest State... [Read More]
Volleyball... [Read More]
Twenty-one-year-old Braxton Raymond is the picture of courage. [Read More]
Guys like Aaron Limberg, Toriano Cain, and about 14 others — they'd had enough. [Read More]
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