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Girls’ basketball tournament one to remember

Girls’ basketball tournament one to remember

Mar. 26 | Cayla McMorris   Mikayla Hayes                   Chase Coley Kenisha Bell                   Lyric WilliamsPhotos by Mitchell Palmer McDonald Park Center,...

Central shows they wanted it more

Central shows they wanted it more

Mar. 13 | Former St. Paul Central football and basketball great PAUL JACKSON correctly predicted the outcome of the Class 3A Section 4 boys’ basketball game between the No. 7-ranked Minutemen and top-ranked St. Paul Johnson at Washington Technology Magnet...

Johnson coming on strong — again

Johnson coming on strong — again

Jan. 8 | As usual, the favorites to contend for the St. Paul City boys’ basketball title are defending champion Johnson and rival St. Paul Central. (By press time, the teams had already met in the first of two contests.) Challenging them are Como Park and...

Off-and-on student discovers it’s never too late PhD Project encourages people of color to pursue graduate business study

Off-and-on student discovers it’s never too late PhD Project encourages people of color to pursue graduate business study

Dec. 12 | PhD Project encourages people of color to pursue graduate business study   By Charles Hallman Staff Writer   It took a while, but V. Marcia Pruitt later this month finally will get her sheepskin. Pruitt, a St. Paul Central graduate, will receive...

A new era of North-Central rivalry?

A new era of North-Central rivalry?

Dec. 6 | At the conclusion of St. Paul Central’s 52-51 nonconference boys’ basketball victory over Minneapolis North, DEREK REUBEN and JURIAD HUGHES expressed excitement. “The rivalry is back,” said Reuben. “You know I had to come see this game,”...

Plenty of action in semifinal playoffs

Plenty of action in semifinal playoffs

Oct. 31 | In the prep football semifinal playoffs last week, one team avenged an early season loss, top seeds from Minneapolis and St. Paul moved a step closer to a state playoff birth, two more top seeds representing each of the Twin Cities didn’t make...

Twin City Conferences look strong for 2013 state playoffs

Twin City Conferences look strong for 2013 state playoffs

Oct. 24 | Don’t look now, but there is a possibility that the Minneapolis and St. Paul City Conferences could have tremendous representation when the state high school football playoffs start in a couple of weeks. A combined four schools (two from Minneapolis...

Central prevails over Washburn on the gridiron

Central prevails over Washburn on the gridiron

Sep. 26 |               St. Paul Central’s football team made a serious statement last week during its 47-25 nonconference football victory over perennial Minneapolis City Conference power Washburn. Before a surprisingly...

Local prep star returns as WNBA player

Local prep star returns as WNBA player

Aug. 14 |     TAYLER HILL was back where her storied high school career as a guard for Minneapolis South ended in style four years ago. Only this time, the 2009 McDonald’s All-American and Miss Basketball came back to the Target Center as a member...

All-around athlete excelled in many sports – Local prep star memorialized with Stacy L. Robinson Field

All-around athlete excelled in many sports – Local prep star memorialized with Stacy L. Robinson Field

Jun. 26 | STACY ROBINSON, the former St. Paul Central football, basketball and track standout who went on to win two Super Bowls with the New York Giants, was honored a couple of weeks ago after a field was renamed after him. Robinson, who played as a youth...