The Shakopee football team snapped its two-game losing skid Oct. 20 and will take a 6-2 record into the Class 6A playoffs.
The Shakopee cross country teams ran into some fast competition at the South Suburban Conference Championships in Eagan Oct. 15.
Erik Weidner stood at curve 12 at Utah Olympic Park, home to the Park City bobsled track, made famous in the 2002 Salt Lake City Olympic games.
Nearly half a million firearms deer hunters are preparing for the firearms deer season that opens Nov. 6, and offers opportunity to spend time outdoors with friends and family, find adventure outdoors and put venison in the freezer.
This fall has been a return to close to normal as possible for high school sports with state tournaments back on the horizon.
The Shakopee girls tennis team was hoping to compete for a South Suburban Conference title this fall while continuing to grow the program.
To say that American female athletes dominated the recent Olympics in Tokyo back in August would be an understatement.
The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources maintains hunter walking trails as easy ways to travel by foot through wildlife management areas, state and federal forests, and other public hunting lands.
Pheasant numbers have declined by 25 percent from 2020, but numbers remained on par with the 10-year average, according to the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources’ annual roadside wildlife survey.
The Minnesota High School Cycling League seems to be gaining speed like a downhill time trial at the prestigious Tour de France.
One team, Sobieski, was making its fourth state championship game appearance in eight years. The other, Watertown, last played in, and won, a Minnesota State Amateur Baseball Tournament championship in 1951.
Many people thought this might be the year for Waconia, maybe even Young America, but Watertown, probably not.
John Straka figured his night was done. A pair of one-out hits in the ninth inning put the tying runs on base in a 3-1 game on Friday, Sept. 3, in the Class B winners bracket final in Hamburg.
Waconia felt right at home in front of a large Friday night crowd in Chaska, breaking open a third round game with Luxemburg with a five-run seventh inning in a 9-2 victory Sept. 3 at Athletic Park.
This is your last chance to attend the 2021 Minnesota State Amateur Baseball Tournament at Athletic Park in Chaska, Lions Field in Waconia and Hawk Park in Hamburg.
Sunday, Aug. 29, 2021, had just about everything great about town team baseball in Minnesota. Eighty-two degrees and blue skies.
On the east end of the town of Hamburg there is a rope light sign that says "believe." For Carver, making its fifth consecutive state tournament appearance, following back-to-back line drives finding the gloves of Bird Island fielders, they needed to believe those hits would eventually fall.
John Straka was every bit what made him the Class B State Amateur Baseball Tournament most valuable player in 2019 and 2020 on Saturday in the 2021 opening round.
The opening day attendance record for the Minnesota State Amateur Baseball Tournament is 4,456 spectators at the 1949 state tournament in Detroit Lakes.
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