Carlos Boquin, 17, is a standout sophomore forward on the Prairie Seeds Academy boys' soccer team. But the Star Tribune reports the El Salvador native could miss tomorrow's Class 1A tournament championship game against Benilde St. Margaret's pending an investigation of his age by the Minnesota State High School League.
‘Terrible prank’ during tornado drill causes scare at Hopkins High School
The school principal said the incident brought armed police to the school and "understandably caused some scholars anxiety."
Woman admits to role in St. Paul man's gruesome murder
A 32-year-old Duluth woman has taken a plea deal in the case of a 34-year-old St. Paul man's murder.
'Living nightmare’ alleged at Savage, Minn. rabbit sanctuary
"Peacebunny Cottage" is now the subject of an animal cruelty investigation.
Tractor tips on embankment, killing man in Kandiyohi County
The tractor reportedly tipped and fell on top of the man, pinning him underneath.
Sloane Martin teams with Mike Golic Jr. for college football broadcasts
Martin, 33, lives in Minnesota and continues to climb the sports broadcasting ladder.
Minnesota radio legend Tom Barnard set to leave KQRS
Barnard says he's not retiring.
Delta pilots picket at MSP Airport amid mass issues in airline industry
The picket is one of several nationwide.
St. Paul plans to extend $500 payments to low-income families
The expansion would give more than 300 families a monthly payment of $500.
Use of car seat in crash that killed child still under investigation
The mother of the child was treated for injuries not considered to be life-threatening.
Abortion-rights protestors clash with driver in downtown Duluth
Police say they've cleared the driver of any wrong-doing.
Report: Hundreds of Delta flights for holiday weekend don't have pilots
It could be a brutal travel weekend due to major staffing issues at Delta.
Animal Humane Society plans trailblazing new campus
Take a look inside the plans for a first-of-its-kind adoption center and animal care campus.
Prairie Seeds out of state soccer tournament after brawl
Minnesota boys soccer officials have barred Prairie Seeds Academy from the state soccer tournament, but not because players got into a fist fight with players from Totino Grace High School after an Oct. 18 game. The Minnesota State High School League started investigating Prairie Seeds after the brawl and determined the team had an ineligible player because of a paperwork issue. The academy may go to court to challenge the ruling.
Prep hockey captains reflect on Jack Jablonski
The Benilde-St. Margaret's sophomore continues to make progress following his paralyzing injury in late December. WCCO talked with captains from both the Benilde-St. Margaret's and Wayzata hockey teams about the devastating accident and the aftermath following Jablonski's injury.
School officials to wrap up investigation into soccer brawl
The Minnesota State High School League is expected to conclude their investigation Tuesday into a brawl that broke out on a soccer field last week. The league will determine what action should be taken, if any.
Another Minnesota championship? Soccer team lands in NASL finals
Barely a week after the Minnesota Lynx brought a title to the Twin Cities, the Minnesota Stars earned a spot in the North American Soccer League finals. The Stars had to resort to tie-breaking penalty kicks to eliminate top-seeded Carolina in the semi-finals.
Prep hockey player Jack Jablonski making progress
According to family, the Benilde-St. Margaret's sophomore is getting stronger and will begin rehabilitation soon. Jablonski is sitting up in a specialized chair and moving his arms below the triceps. The 16-year-old hockey player was checked from behind during a junior-varsity game on December 30. Jablonski severed his spinal cord and fractured two vertebrae.
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