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The Harsh Reality of Injuries in Football

Oct 30, 2012 at 3:03 pm

It's never enjoyable to see players get injured, and that's never more true when you are talking about the high school and college levels. What happened to Marcus Lattimore of South Carolina evoked the same reaction from me as the injuries to local high school stars Mac Mueller of Rocori and Jacob Peterson of Tech. Someone in my occupation has to look at the football aspect of those injuries -- and I will -- but a quick timeout to remember the human aspect of them. Read More...

Surprise! Surprise? Surprise!?

Oct 23, 2012 at 9:09 am

The word surprise has a simple meaning in Webster’s Dictionary. But when it comes to sports, it has as many meanings and emotional ties than just about any word I can think of. Just check down the football list in Minnesota and you go from glee to glum and all within the use of the word surprise. Read More...

Winning is a Habit

Oct 15, 2012 at 3:03 pm

Forgive me Viking fans, but Vince Lombardi may have said it best, Winning is a habit. Unfortunately, so is losing. For Apollo, losing as been their habit for quite sometime, but Head Coach Justin Skaalerud just may be changing that habit. Read More...

Under the Weekday Lights

Oct 8, 2012 at 3:03 pm

Whether it is the weekend timing, the popularity of the sport nationwide, or the aura of the game itself, the lights seem to shine brightest on Friday nights in the fall when it comes to high school athletics. Read More...

The Hidden Gems of Minnesota Football

Oct 3, 2012 at 9:09 am

When most of your life in Minnesota is spent living in the Twin Cities, it's easy to think anything about high school football worth mentioning is from the metro. The only time you even notice schools from the rest of the state comes when watching the games leading up to the top-division championship games, or if there's a plucky underdog in the top-division championship games. This is especially true at the Xcel Energy Center during the state hockey finals. Read More...

The Purity of Youth Saves the Day

Sep 26, 2012 at 9:09 am

The modern era of sports. What does this simple 5 word statement mean to you? What is the first thing that comes to your mind when you read it? Is it the bigger, faster, stronger athlete? Is it the now endless coverage available seemingly 24/7 on one of a gazillion cable or satellite channels? Read More...

Central Minnesota Teams Are Taking an Old School Approach to Offense

Sep 18, 2012 at 2:02 pm

If you have made it out to a local high school football game this season, it may seem like you have stepped back in time. You are probably just like me, raised on the idea that you have to run the ball to win, A mantra that is being challenged every week in the upper echelons of football. In a day and age where we see Quarterbacks throw the ball 50 times a game in the NFL and college, Central Minnesota high school football teams are going old school. Read More...

Player of the Week

Allie Cornelius of the St. Cloud Icebreakers

Allie Cornelius of the St. Cloud Icebreakers

For the Week Of Dec 17, 2014

A hat trick was only the start for Allie Cornelius, who is this week’s Metro Sports Commission All Star Trophy and Award Player of the...

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