With an enrollment of 2,804 students, Eden Prairie is the third-largest high school in Minnesota.
While Griffin Fjeld weighs 20 pounds more than younger brother Deekan and has 50 pounds on even littler sibling Bohdon, the Cloquet wrestler was quick to admit he doesn't mind mangling his brotherly teammates on the mats.
From skates to pads, breezers to headgear, hockey equipment is quite expensive these days.
Tucked back behind the west corner of their town's small school sits the Cromwell-Wright baseball field, often vacant.
While a foot of snow fell in the Northland last week, many high school holiday event schedules were adjusted, postponed or in some cases, even canceled.
CLOQUET – During his first year as the boys basketball coach at Cloquet, Steve Battaglia took his team up to Hibbing for a holiday tournament, totaling almost 10 hours of travel in three cold December days.
Each December, Scott Antonutti hosts his girls basketball team over at his Esko home to enjoy the holidays together.
I'm a sports nerd, and while some of you will be hunkering down over the holiday break, I plan to be getting around the area for some of the finest prep events offered.
If you were to walk into Wes Cummins' boys basketball practice last week in Willow River, it wouldn't have looked like your traditional 10 players going up and down the court.
ESKO – After several high-scoring appearances in the Esko gym over her decorated prep career, including swishing her 1,000th point earlier this week, Mountain Iron-Buhl's Allie Negen was asked if there was something she liked about playing in the blue and gold venue.