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 Park Center football team is preparing for its first game in the
section playoffs. The Pirates host Fridley in a rematch of last season’s
October 20, 2014
The Park Center girls soccer team edged Totino-Grace 2-1 in Thursday
night’s Section 5A final. The win qualifies the Pirates for the state
tournament for the first time in school history. Grace beat Park Center
1-0 last season in the same game. The Pirates (16-3) will find out
Saturday their seeding for the state tournament and their opponent in
the state tournament quarterfinals.
October 17, 2014
The unbeaten Maple Grove boys soccer team is headed to the state
tournament for the first time in three years. The Crimson (19-0) will
learn Saturday their opponent for the state quarterfinals.
October 17, 2014
This week on Channel 12’s Sports Jam, highlights from section soccer
plus highlights from regular season football and volleyball as those
sports head into the post-season. In our Sports Jam Spotlight Jay Wilcox
profiles Breck football standout Kwaku Bodom who has helped lead the
Mustangs to a winning record this fall. Plus John Jacobson talks with
Champlin Park head volleyball coach John Yunker about the Rebels and the
upcoming Section 5AAA tournament. Also our Plays of the Week segment.
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