The year’s second 10-bout fight card at the Armory last Saturday once again ended in controversy.
Sports: Local and national sports reporting and commentary by the state’s leading African American sportswriters, including Larry Fitzgerald, Sr., Charles Hallman and Dr. Mitchell Palmer McDonald, with a special emphasis on the local prep scene and disparities in sports administration and media coverage.
Chef Gerard Klass and his wife Brittney are the first Black husband-wife duo with a concessions stand at the Minnesota Twins ballpark.
Sunday, April 14 was a day in sports history that millions around the world will never forget.
The Minnesota High School Basketball Hall of Fame inductions of Ronnie Henderson (Marshall-U player), Tracy Henderson (Minneapolis Patrick Henry player), and Ed Prohofsky (Marshall-U coach) on March 26 rekindled some fond memories for this columnist. Let’s take a look: Ronnie Henderson During the summer of 1980, Henderson, a 5’7” guard, was scrimmaging with players at […]
Mock drafts aside, the 2019 WNBA Draft, scheduled for today at 6 pm CST, is still an important day for 36 young women hoopsters.
The MSR spoke to three 2019 Rhoden Fellows Class about their first-hand journalism experience at the NCAA in Minneapolis.
St. Paul snowboarder Aten-Wa Theba placed amongst the nation’s top competitors at this year’s USASA Nationals.
The Virginia Cavaliers will never forget Minneapolis where they became champions of men’s college basketball.
Larry Fitzgerald was among seven sports and civic leaders in Minneapolis-St. Paul honored with an NCAA Legacy Award for distinguished achievement and community service.
A flood of memories came to me after Tanysha Scott led her alma mater DeLaSalle to their first Class 3A state tournament girls’ basketball championship since 2013.