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Nov 28th


The Bridgewater Era begins

The Bridgewater Era beginsThe Minnesota Vikings were forced to deploy their next electric rookie phenom ahead of schedule.

North High Polars remain undefeated

North High Polars remain undefeatedNorth High is on a roll.

The Polars are undefeated so far starting off with a not-so-regular game. By the end of the first half of game one, the Polars lead St. Paul Como by a score of 14-0. And then, just as the official was signaling the start of the second half, the rains from the thunderstorm came. The game was halted and going by the books, the victory went to North.

High quality competition boosts WNBA, fans

High quality competition boosts WNBA, fansAcross many regions including these Twin Cities, the WNBA is establishing a root that is growing.

North High prevails in Como Park, Southwest gridiron matches

North High prevails in Como Park, Southwest gridiron matchesFootball teams do not begin their official season playing only the first half.

On Aug. 29, however, just before the beginning of the second half of the game between the North Minneapolis High School Polars and St. Paul Como Park, a loud and heavy thunderstorm demanded the head official make the game ... official. With North leading 14-0, on their home field, the game was called and the rains continued to fall in soaking fashion.

Serena Williams wins record 6th U.S. Open

Serena Williams wins record 6th U.S. OpenLater in their careers, the great athletes in sports often rebuff suggestions of their eminent demise with "in your face" victories for the history books. Each additional Grand Slam tournament victory by Serena Williams brings her closer to the title of Greatest of All-Time a.k.a. "The G.O.A.T." And be for certain, the rumors of Williams' demise are greatly exaggerated (meaning don't read that article I wrote a couple months ago).

Gopher football seeks improvement on last year's 8-5 campaign

Gopher football seeks improvement on last year's 8-5 campaignThe Minnesota Golden Gopher football team opened the 2014 season with a sound victory, just as they did last year.

The Vikings may surprise in 2014

The Vikings may surprise in 2014The Vikings have Adrian Peterson.

The organization has a history of breaking hearts, but they have Adrian Peterson, so it ain't all bad. Prognosticators have already revised their previous 2014 Vikings predictions, due to the impressive way the team has performed in the pre-season. But while most are being non-committal to say just how good the team might be, I'll call out the Vikings to be one of the big surprises in the NFL this season – not surprise as in Super bowl surprise, but surprise like, go ahead and blow that Viking horn and enjoy a winning season kind of surprise.
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