This past Thursday, Friday and Saturday I spent most of my time at the Excel Energy Center in St. Paul. I was covering the Minneota Vikings volleyball team in the state volleyball tournament. It is a great venue for this event and I love being there. For three years in a row the Minneota volleyball team has made it to state. The Minnesota High School … Continue reading WHAT A VENUE
Dawson/Boyd boys’ basketball team played in the Section championship game, and the Minneota girls played in the state basketball tournament at Williams Arena. How blessed I am to be living in Western Minnesota and covering some of the best high school teams in the state. It is Sunday afternoon and I have had some time to reflect on the last few days. So here is … Continue reading BASKETBALL AND MORE BASKETBALL
On the drive home from Minneota the other night after the boys basketball game with Dawson-Boyd, I was thinking about Logan Sussner of the Vikings who reached a milestone during the basketball game scoring his 1000th point in his career. Logan is only a junior, so he has another year of playing high school basketball to add to his career total. I enjoyed celebrating this milestone … Continue reading 1000
I don’t even know how to begin this blog. My mind is still racing from thought to thought on this Sunday afternoon and I am still on a high from the excitement from the last three days in the Twin Cities. I was covering the Minneota volleyball team in the state volleyball tournament at the Excel Energy Center in St. Paul, Thursday, Friday and Saturday. I know … Continue reading THREE FANTASTIC FUN DAYS!
Sean Deuth is part of the Red Bull 34th Infantry Division and is deployed to Kuwait for a year. His son Colby ran in the state cross country meet for LQPV/DB at St. Olaf in Northfield on Saturday. Sean was able to listen online to our radio broadcast from half way around the world. Sean was very appreciative to be able to listen to Ed Hegland … Continue reading SUPER SATURDAY!
Last Monday I was at the Marshall Country Club covering the Camden Conference golf meet. The more I watch these teenagers golf, the more I am amazed at what they can do. I enjoy golfing myself, so I know what emotions they go through. I’m not very good, but I will have my moments of having a few good shots. I just recently started covering high school golf for the radio … Continue reading HIGH SCHOOL GOLFERS AND COACHES