Farmington Sports

Ammann helped teach the sport on island off Honduras Like many places in the Caribbean, the island of Roatan is a thriving tourist destination with a desperately poor native population. It’s popular among scuba divers, which is why Brian Ammann first went there eight years ago. When he returned in March, he brought supplies to [...]

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In what seems like a repeat of 2013 – because it is – the first few days of April were filled with postponed and rescheduled high school sporting events. In part because of snow on the ground and in part because of more foul weather predicted for the end of this week, most events were [...]

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The state basketball championships Lakeville North’s boys and Eastview’s girls won in the last couple of weeks capped the best sports season in the South Suburban Conference’s brief history. The league, which began operation in the summer of 2010, just claimed winter state championships in wrestling (Apple Valley), boys and girls basketball, and both divisions [...]

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Plenty of Minnesota-born players will be on display at the NCAA West Regional men’s hockey tournament this weekend at Xcel Energy Center. Minnesota, the host team and No. 1 overall seed, will play Robert Morris in a semifinal game at 4:30 p.m. Saturday, with St. Cloud State and Notre Dame meeting in the other semifinal [...]

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New Prague wins adapted floor hockey tourney First, Burnsville/Farmington/Lakeville had to get over the shock of not winning the state championship. Reaching the mountaintop is something to which the Blazing Cats had grown accustomed, so when it didn’t happen Saturday afternoon at the state adapted floor hockey tournament, some of the players were visibly upset. [...]

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