The 12 Sports team brings you whistle to whistle coverage of local prep sports, daily highlights and features on 12 News and Sports Jam, a weekly review of northwest suburban sports including close-up looks at local athletes, fast paced highlights of local games, up-to-date scores and standings and In-depth interviews.
The North Metro Stars ran into a tough opponent as they fell 10-1 to Coon Rapids Thursday night in Brooklyn Park.
November 21, 2014
A preview of the 11/21, 11/22 tournament.
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The Maple Grove boys hockey team has a good mix of returning players and talented newcomers. The Crimson open the season Friday and Saturday at the Channel 12 Turkey Trot tournament at the Plymouth Ice Center.
Nov. 20, 2014
This week on Sports Jam , highlights from the state semifinals in Class
6A football as Totino-Grace rallies to beat Lakeville North while Maple
Grove loses a close game to three-time defending state champion Eden
Prairie. Plus highlights from the state girls swimming and diving finals
and state adapted soccer tournaments which both featured championships
for local teams. In our Sports Jam Spotlight John Jacobson profiles
Armstrong swimmer Courtney Evensen. Evensen finished her six-year
varsity career last week with multiple state medals. Also Jay Wilcox
talks with Wayzata boys hockey players Alex Stevens and Max Zimmer and
head coach Pat O’Leary about the upcoming season and this weekend’s
Channel 12 Turkey Trot Tournament at the Plymouth Ice Center.
Since 2004 Channel 12 has honored former high school athletes and
coaches from the area with induction into the 12 Sports Hall of Fame.
Now in its 11th season, the 2014 HOF special features profiles on the
newest inductees: 1995 Hopkins High School graduate and basketball star
James Ware, Armstrong softball pitching ace and 2001 grad Missy Beseres
plus 2004 Wayzata High School alum Dominique Barber, a football and
hockey standout for the Trojans. John Jacobson and Jay Wilcox co-host
this year’s show. The 12 Sports Hall of Fame now boasts 46 members and
their plaques are on display in the Northwest Community Television