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For basketball fans, the Prep Battle at the Lakes is not to be missed. “It’s the biggest boys tournament for club basketball in the state,” says Nick Carroll, co-founder of Prep Hoops.

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Prep Hoops now operates in 31 states for boys basketball, eight states for girls basketball, and seven states for volleyball, through Prep Dig.

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Looking for something to do this summer? After the winter we've had, you'll probably want to spend as much time outdoors as possible.

2019 Minnesota State High School All Hockey Hair Team

The creator of the videos has a surprising announcement in this year's edition.

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Starting with the 2019 season, the price for stadium staples like hot dogs, pretzels and beer will drop to more affordable levels.

Swim Smart Plymouth Swim Cap innovative silicone

It’s hard to imagine football, hockey or cycling without their iconic headgear. While this emphasis on protection seems obvious on land, head injuries from aquatic sports have been largely neglected, until now.

Cycling is fantastic for exercise and leisure—and everyone knows the region has some of the best trails around. There are as many kinds of bike enthusiasts as types of bikes out there.

The Plymouth Ice Center is one of the busiest ice arenas in the state and after a few recent upgrades, it’s ready to host one of the largest youth hockey tournaments in the country this month.

For those who are interested in exploring the delight of skiing and developing it into a lifelong sport, it is not too late to join a class at the SnowSports Academy at Elm Creek Park Reserve this month. The academy offers ski lessons for all skill levels, and adults and children.

Jharen Haynes is a fifth degree black belt who moved from Florida to Minnesota after he saw a need for Taekwondo training in the area.

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