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It's the biggest day of racing of the year bar none today. 25 meets-plus taking place with the vast majority are conference championships. Check out our previews for all of today's meets!
With all the action taking place a few hours from the Twin Cities, out-state athletes and teams get their chance to shine today and continue making a name for themselves. Check out our previews for today!
A healthy-sized field is set to take over the Whitetail Run Golf Course today for the WDC Wolverine Invitational, and it could be a good day for Staples-Motley...
There is a lot of power packed into today's six meets, ranging from places like Moorhead to Wabasha, with five of them featuring ranked individuals or teams. Check out our previews for each meet here!
Check out our preview for the massive Long Prairie Invitational today at 4:30!
Check out our preview for today's Wolverine Invitational hosted by Wadena-Deer Creek!
In the geographic center of Minnesota, Staples Motley will host their aptly-titled Central Minnesota River Run, while playing host to 13 other teams. Read our preview here!
Eric VanErp is a senior for Ottertail Central (a co-op between Battle Lake, Henning, and Underwood High Schools), and is one of Minnesota's best all-around jumpers.
September 28 Class A team rankings posted!
Mora continues to top the Class A Boys Coach's Poll.
ST. PAUL – Ottertail Central’s Tony Ukkelberg was down to his last attempt in the triple jump at the Minnesota Class 1A state track and field meet on Friday at Hamline University. Between him and a state championship was Ramaud Chiaokhiao-Bowman and his jump of 44 feet, 9.25 inches. It was last... (via INFORUM)
WADENA — Both Perham Cross Country teams defended their titles at the Johanna Olson Wadena-Deer Creek meet in two dominating team performances at Whitetail Run Golf Course Tuesday afternoon. The boys team took six of the top eight places led by defending champion Keeghan Hurley. The girls placed five in the top nine spots led by runner-up Brynnan Covington and Lizzie Fudge in third place. “We actually use this race as kind of a tempo run,” Hurley said. “We start out slow and try to close as hard as we can.”
Coach's rankings released for the week of 10/17/11.
Class A rankings for the week of 10/10/11 released.
ST. PAUL – Winning state championships can accomplish many things, like making an uncle and nephew get closer. (via www.inforum.com)