The Hill-Murray School's girls' hockey team has been shut down until March 8, after three athletes on the team played games and attended class while experiencing COVID-19 symptoms last week, according to a letter signed by school leaders.
A dream came true Thursday night for a high school athlete in Lake City, Minnesota.
Basketball coaches at Lincoln High School say Blake Frederick isn’t your typical basketball player.
Injuries in youth and high school sports have not increased this season because of the state's mask mandate, health officials told senators Wednesday.
The Minnesota State High School League on Thursday announced plans for modified winter state tournaments amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
Minnesota Senators on the Education Committee heard legislation this week that would prohibit student athletes whose “sex is male” from participating in girls’ sports, which critics say targets transgender youth.
While there’s been a lot of focus on the COVID-19 vaccine rollout in Minnesota, health experts don’t want people to forget about testing, especially when it comes to young people.
High school athletes in Minnesota are returning to the court and ice Thursday night as the state allows games to restart.
After spending 312 days apart, the North High School boys' basketball team is finally back on the court.
Fans will be allowed at sporting events again as Gov. Tim Walz loosened some of Minnesota’s COVID-19 restrictions Wednesday.
Some of Minnesota’s COVID-19 restrictions are being relaxed Monday.
Athletes will be required to wear face coverings during practices and games when youth and adult sports resume in January, according to updated guidance from the Minnesota Department of Health.
Let Them Play MN, a nonprofit group made up of parents, coaches and fans, filed a lawsuit against Governor Tim Walz over the current ban of youth sports.
With youth sports paused until at least December 21, some student-athletes are pushing back, hoping for a restart to high school sports.
The Minnesota State High School League says it’s ready to start the winter sports season as soon as Dec. 21, but that decision is ultimately up to Governor Tim Walz.
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.