Dave Schwarz, St. Cloud Times

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St. Cloud Times

St. Cloud, MN, United States

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Past articles by Dave:

Cathedral's season ends with loss in section final

Pequot Lakes advances to state tournament with 3-1 win. → Read More

ROCORI survives late Becker surge to advance to state tourney

Milaca, Eden Valley-Watkins advance with section championship wins → Read More

Cathedral advances in section volleyball tourney with 3-0 quarterfinal win against Milaca

ROCORI, Sartell and Sauk Rapids-Rice see seasons end in section semifinal games → Read More

St. Cloud-area high school soccer teams stall in state tournament quarterfinals

Tech, Cathedral boys and girls all lose in first round matchups → Read More

Undefeated St. Cloud State men's hockey team rises in rankings following weekend sweep

St. Cloud State remains undefeated, faces home-and-home series with Bemidji State this weekend. → Read More

Tech boys soccer wins section title against Apollo in double-overtime thriller

Tigers are state tournament bound with fifth consecutive Section 8-2A title → Read More

St. Cloud-area teams square off in final regular season high school football action

Section matchups begin take shape for ROCORI, Sartell, Apollo and Tech → Read More

Area teams compete in full schedule under the Friday night lights

Albany wins. Sauk Rapids, ROCORI and Sartell don't → Read More

St. Cloud State University hockey ranked No. 10 after sweep of St. Thomas

The men's hockey team starts its 2022-23 campaign with home-and-home series wins → Read More

Strong Tech, Sartell teams battle in girls soccer

ST. CLOUD — Tech and Sartell are both off to strong starts this season. The teams met Thursday night in a key Central Lakes Conference matchup at Tech High School. Sartell's Chloe Turner scored in the opening minutes and added another goal in the first half. Kaia Gack scored for the Sabres in the second half and Turner scored again near the end of the game for the hat trick and a 4-0 Sartell… → Read More

ROCORI football continues winning streak against Apollo

Sauk Rapids-Rice improves to 3-0 with win at Alexandria → Read More

Johnnies turn mistakes into points for 24-10 win against playoff rival Whitewater

Fifth-ranked St. John's open season with win against No. 4 Whitewater → Read More

St. John's University football hopes to start strong against playoff rival Whitewater

COLLEGEVILLE — It was Mark Twain who once said "if it's your job to eat two frogs, it's best to eat the biggest one first." The Johnnies find themselves facing a hefty tadpole as they host the University of Wisconsin Whitewater for their season opener Saturday at Clemens Stadium. Whitewater is ranked fourth in the D3football.com preseason poll. St. John's is No. 5. The Johnnies won 42-18 in… → Read More

Rox return for summer baseball season in St. Cloud

Christian Guzman throws first pitch Friday night at Joe Faber Field. → Read More

'A bittersweet moment for me': St. Cloud State athletic director named NCHC commissioner

Weems has served as St. Cloud State University Athletics Director since 2012 → Read More

Way of the Cross held at Lake George in St. Cloud

Worshipers gather on shores of Lake George for Good Friday ovservance → Read More

New public art piece celebrates Paramount's 100th

ST. CLOUD — In celebrating the past 100 years of the Paramount Theatre, a newly-installed sculpture also symbolizes a future of creativity. The sculpture "Write On" is the creation of artists Mary Bruno, Sam Spiczka and Karl Unnasch. It was created for the Paramount's anniversary and unveiled during a public event Thursday evening. "When I think about a pencil, it represents freedom and… → Read More

Sartell celebrates summer with annual Summerfest festival

The traditional parade is cancelled for second year. → Read More

Home opener has Rox looking forward to season

ST CLOUD — The St. Cloud Rox got their season started at home with the help of a seasoned baseball pro. Former Minnesota Twins manager Ron Gardenire threw the first pitch Friday night at Joe Faber Field in St. Cloud. Fans filled the stands for Friday night's game even with 100-degree temperatures at game time. The Rox improved to 1-2 with a 5-4 win against the Duluth Bulldogs. The Rox opened the… → Read More

St. Cloud vigil held in memory of Daunte Wright

People gather in Seberger Park Friday night for event → Read More