A Lakeville high school softball coach has been charged after allegedly stealing more than $15,000 from booster club funds over the last two years.
One of the dial-back measures going into place starting Friday is a four-week pause on youth sports, which will put an end to the already shortened high school football and volleyball seasons.
Minnesota Governor Tim Walz said his restrictions for the four-week pause were powered by data and science amid a surge in COVID-19 cases statewide.
Youth sports will be put on hold for four weeks under new restrictions from Minnesota Governor Tim Walz amid the surging COVID-19 cases statewide during the pandemic, the Governor's Office announced Wednesday.
Gov. Tim Walz said he will announce new restrictions on youth sports Wednesday, including a possible “pause” on all youth sports and a possible cancellation of the MSHSL Football playoffs.
Minnesota Health Commissioner Jan Malcolm says public health officials are urging a "pause" on winter high school sports.
It was a trip that had been years in the planning. Sadly, a local high school baseball team's Florida visit had to be postponed due to the pandemic. But now, to make matters worse, they've been unable to get their money back.
Looking at the box score, you would probably think two Iowa schools were involved in a high-scoring, fast-paced high school basketball games. But, you'd be wrong.
As the Burnsville High School football team takes the field for its last regular season game Wednesday night, one of the players will be reflecting on her unique journey in the sport.
An anti-racist message first pushed by Gophers standout Rashod Bateman can now be found on the Maroon and Gold helmets of a team in Northfield, Minn., too.
Minnesota health officials say they have connected more than 3,400 COVID-19 cases to sports, requiring 7,000 households to isolate.
Edina High School’s football team was desperately searching for an opponent to play for its homecoming football game this fall until a school 223 miles away answered the call.
Students and parents are continuing to push the Minnesota State High School League -- and now the governor -- to loosen some restrictions on high school sports.
Four families of Minnesota High School fall athletes have filed a lawsuit against the state high school league for what they call "arbitrary" limits on fans at sporting events this fall.
The MSHSL Board of Directors voted Thursday to adopt a shortened winter high school sports season schedule with a maximum of two contests per week.
In an update to the Minnesota State High School League’s Board of Directors Tuesday, the state’s Department of Health said it is seeing the spread of COVID-19 among two indoor, winter sports in particular.
The Minnesota State High School League Board of Directors considered hosting a special meeting, potentially as soon as Friday, to vote on whether football and volleyball could be played statewide this fall.
A group of high school athletes, along with family members and other supporters, gathered Saturday to push the governor to reconsider restrictions on fall sports.
For the first time in months, high school athletes are back at practice for select fall sports. Dr. Bradley Nelson, an orthopedic surgeon from TRIA Bloomington, joined the Buzz with tips on keeping everyone safe amid a pandemic.
Monday was the “opening day” for fall high school sport practices across Minnesota including boys and girls soccer, cross country, tennis and swimming and diving.