In seventh grade Greenway/Nashwauk-Keewatin's Dylan DeChampeau stopped playing football because he wanted to focus on basketball. However, as his high school career progressed he picked up the sport again, which eventually led him to UMD.
Denfeld football's Nico Roberts put pen to paper in February, committing to play at Mesabi Range College. Last week he learned his freshman season was canceled, but Roberts isn't letting the change of plans impact his dedication to the sport.
Duluth East's Sarah Spencer has a large circle of friends. The 2020 graduate played two varsity sports, both co-ops with Duluth Denfeld. Lacrosse and hockey were Spencer's sports, but she also participated in a club close to her heart, East's Circle of Friends.
Niya Wilson didn't win Superior High School's Female Athlete of the Year by chance. It was dedication to not one but five sports that made the Spartan stand out. Committed to continue her athletic career at the collegiate level, the recent grad will now focus on one set of skills.
Northwestern's Bryson Mazur was committed to leaving everything on the field for the Tigers. As a football captain he used his voice to lead and inspire teammates. Since graduating this May he's continued so share his voice, now for social change.
Federal officials have denied extending protections under the Endangered Species Act to a subspecies of moose in four upper Midwestern states. The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service ruled the population is stable.
U.S. wildlife officials are proposing to exempt some areas from habitat protections. The plan would place greater weight on the economic benefits of development when deciding if land or water should be protected.