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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...

Proud dad’s encouragement pays off

Proud dad’s encouragement pays off

Oct. 3 | After a recent 47-25 loss to St. Paul Central in a nonconference football game, Minneapolis Washburn defensive back KIRK BROWN wasn’t in the mood to talk to anyone — not even his father. “What did I tell you?” SEAN BROWN said to his son as...

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...

North defeats Roosevelt

North defeats Roosevelt

Oct. 3 |     Running back DAVID HALL had two touchdowns while quarterback TYLER JOHNSON connected with receiver MALIK MATHEWS for two more scores and ranfor another, leading Minneapolis North to a 38-20 City Conference victory over Roosevelt last...