Kids with special needs are welcomed and included by World Taekwondo Academy grand master Kevin Kastelle.
The top 2020 girl' basketball recruit in the country—who just happens to be a junior at Hopkins High School—is headed to one of the nation’s best collegiate programs.
Yes, technically it's April, but March Madness comes to Minneapolis this week. if you’re trying to score some last-minute Final Four tickets, the Better Business Bureau has some advice.
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.
Prep Hoops now operates in 31 states for boys basketball, eight states for girls basketball, and seven states for volleyball, through Prep Dig.
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.
Starting with the 2019 season, the price for stadium staples like hot dogs, pretzels and beer will drop to more affordable levels.
Plymouth is home to some of the youngest talents in freestyle skiing, an extreme sport that resembles gymnastics on skis. Marek Meyer, age 11, and Annika and Torsten Sundquist, both age 10, are nationally ranked freestyle skiiers on the prestigious Team Nybora, an elite group of young athletes who love to hit the slopes with incredible spins, grabs, grinds and flips that make up the sport.
Jacob and Nathan Ritter are a formidable duo. The 18-year-old twins maintain 4.0 GPAs at Wayzata High School, play competitive chess, and are part of a weekend hockey league. Autumn found them narrowing their college choices and contemplating career plans — both are strongly considering becoming teachers.
Their accomplishments are even more impressive considering the additional hurdle they face daily: The Plymouth residents, who share many talents and hobbies, also share a diagnosis of limb-girdle muscular dystrophy (LGMD).