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Checkout our selections for Girls Minnesota All-Decade Team in short sprints.
Many of Minnesota's best shined at NXR Heartland on Sunday.
Checkout our virtual meet data and section previews for Class AA.
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We've got a one stop list of virtual meets for all the conferences in Minnesota!
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Stay updated with our one-stop hub for this week's cross country action in Minnesota!
Osseo senior hurdler Kelsie Sealock wasn't initially excited about following in the footsteps of her brother as a hurdler, but a motivational coach convinced her, and it has paid off. Check out our latest interview!
Emily Covert hopes to lead her Washburn team to another Minneapolis City Championship, while the Northwest Suburban, Lake Superior, and Polar League all battle it out today as well...
With meets taking place everywhere from East Grand Forks to Saint Charles, some great under-the-radar matchups will be happening that shouldn't get lost in the hype of the Roy Griak Invitational on Saturday.
Four of the biggest NWSC boys contenders will get a preview of what to expect come conference championship time, while the girls side is going to be an 8th-Grade Parade...
You don't need to travel hours north, west, or south of the Twin Cities to see some elite competition. The Rum River Invitational at Anoka High School offers up three of the state's best teams in their lineup.
Check out our preview for the Dewey Minnaert Invitational hosted by Hastings High School this afternoon!
Osseo High School's 800 record has stood for over 30 years, but current record holder Matt Ferry is eager to see it fall. The reason? He's the head coach of the athlete who plans to break it, senior Corey Moody.
The Minnesota State High School League Track and Field State Tournament will be hosted at Klas Field on the Hamline University campus on June 10-11, 2011. On June 10th the meet will begin with the Class AA 3200 race, followed by preliminary heats in several events. Field events will also begin at 9am. The Class A athletes will take the field at 3pm closing with the finals in the 3200 meter run at 4:50 pm (girls) and 5:05 pm (boys). This also marks the first MSHSL State Track and Field Meet with wheelchair events. Below is a quick preview into each event by class.