A year ago, Edina High School student Will Hanson never saw himself winning State for long jump in track and field. “I had no idea going into the season that I would have this much success,” Will says.
You can call the Edina Dance Team a number of things: hard working, talented, determined. But whatever you do, don’t call them the Hornettes.
Edina resident Roy Smalley, a 13-season major league baseball player (including nine seasons with the Minnesota Twins), hasn’t completely left the game.
Try to find one person in Edina without a hockey story—and good luck. It won’t be long before you’re pulled into a story about this game, that game, hat tricks and five holes.
The Minnesota high school hockey season is well underway, and the Edina Hornets are seeking a state championship title for the third year in a row.
For the first time since 1994, Edina High School wrestlers will hit the mat as Hornets.
One of my favorite things about fall is football. I look forward to lazing on the sofa with the family on Sunday afternoons to watch the Minnesota Vikings play.
Retired NFL player and Minnesota Viking Ben Leber is tackling a growing career—he works in broadcasting, speaks locally about youth athletics and enjoys family life at home in Edina.