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  • Yankees Take Opener from Twins

    Nick Swisher hit a two-run homer to lead the charge for the Yankees in a 6-3 win over Minnesota. Liam Hendriks gave up six runs in six-and-a-third innings to take the loss for the Twins. …

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    25 Sep 12
  • Raymond Has Bone Bruise

    Minnesota Vikings safety Mistral Raymond not not have a broken ankle. However, an x-ray on Monday revealed a severe bone bruise and what is believed to be a dislocation of Raymond’s right ankle. The second-year …

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    25 Sep 12
  • Bullhead 50′s Drop A Pair

    After a 12-2 home win over Apple Valley on Thursday night, the RV Bullhead 50s lost both games of a doubleheader to the TC Angels of Crystal Sunday afternoon in St. Peter by scores of …

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    24 Sep 12
  • Tiger Football Fights Cancer

    The Springfield Tiger Football Team, with the help of the SHS Student Council and the SHS BPA Chapter, will partner with the Minnesota Football Coaches Association and The Randy Schaver Cancer Research and Community Fund …

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    24 Sep 12
  • NHL Rinks Remain Dark

    Today was to be the first full day of NHL preseason games. Ten games were on the schedule, but the league cancelled all preseason games through the end of the month last week due to …

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    24 Sep 12
  • Lynx get beat by Stars

    Seimone Augustus tallied 18 points as the Lynx fell to San Antonio, 99-84. Monica Wright added 16 points for Minnesota, which ends the regular seaosn with a WNBA-best 27-and-7 record. The Lynx open postseaosn play …

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    24 Sep 12
  • Twins Take Two from Tigers

    The Twins swept a doubleheader with the Tigers yesterday. After notching a 10-4 win in the opener, the Twins captured a 2-1, 10-inning victory. Scott Diamond and Jared Burton were the winning pitchers. The Twins …

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    24 Sep 12
  • Vikes Stun Niners

    Christian Ponder threw two touchdown passes and ran in for another score as the Vikings stunned the 49ers, 24-13. Kyle Rudolph had both TD receptions for Minnesota, which improved to 2-and-1. The Vikings visit the …

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    24 Sep 12