Rob Clark, KEYC News 12

Rob Clark

KEYC News 12

Mankato, MN, United States

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Recent articles by Rob:

Gaylord earns 10-8 exhibition win over the Stingers

Gaylord is back in action for the River Valley League baseball opener this Sunday at home against the Henderson Tigers. → Read More

Fairmont’s Sagedahl running strong at 81

Sherwood Sagedahl is one of the best 80 to 84-year-old track and field athletes in the nation. → Read More

DNR’s Quality Bluegill Initiative aims to address shrinking fish size

The DNR’s Quality Bluegill Initiative is looking at reducing bag limits from 20 to five on a number of proposed lakes across the state. → Read More

Throwback: WEM volleyball’s 2015 state title

We caught up with head coach Crystal Lamont to relive the Buccaneers’ run to the title. → Read More

MSU men’s basketball offseason looks different but remains productive

Many area coaches are doing their best to keep student athletes in the game. → Read More

Belmont set for June 20 without fans, leads off Triple Crown

The New York Racing Association on Tuesday unveiled the rescheduled date for the Belmont, which will also be contested at a shorter distance than usual. → Read More

Ryan Carter talks life after the NHL

"The first thing I did was go back to Mankato and get my degree." → Read More

Anthony Harris signs Vikings’ franchise tag offer

The former undrafted free agent is guaranteed over $11 million for the upcoming NFL season. → Read More

Town Ball teams remain optimistic for 2020 season

The Minnesota Baseball Association will have a discussion regarding the state of town ball due to COVID-19 on Saturday. → Read More

Becker excited for Independent League opportunity

Last year, Becker was in the San Diego Padres organization and hopes a stint in the Independent League leads to another opportunity. → Read More

Former MCW standout reflects on a shortened spring training

Welcome native Brandon Williamson was drafted by the Seattle Mariners in the second round of the MLB Draft last season. → Read More

Ries hoping to play softball in 2020

With the Peppers unable to play in the NPF this season, Ries isn’t sure what this summer may look like. → Read More

Coley Ries off to solid start in coaching career

Ries has been on the MSU softball team's coaching staff for the past three seasons. → Read More

Minnesota State’s Parno up for national award

The MSU women’s track and field squad qualified a number of athletes to the NCAA Division II Indoor Track and Field Championships. → Read More

Local colleges adapting to recruiting dead period

The current recruiting dead period will run through May 31. → Read More

Maverick Hockey: A season of accolades comes to an end

The Mavericks finished this season with an impressive 31-5-2 record. → Read More

Fairmont/MCW senior recalls improbable run to state wrestling title

SHERBURN, Minn. (KEYC) -This year’s state wrestling tournament is in the books and our area once again produced a number of individual state champions including Fairmont/Martin County West’s Payton Anderson, a senior overcoming not one, but two torn ACL’s on his way to the Class AA 152 pound title. “You don’t need an ACL to win a state title,” said Anderson. Back in the fall, Anderson suited up… → Read More

Waseca advances to section 2AA title game

MANKATO, Minn. (KEYC) -The Waseca boys’ basketball team battled Blue Earth Area in the section 2AA semifinals Monday night. Waseca will play Jordan in the section championship game this Friday night at MSU at 8:00. → Read More

Jordan tops MVL in Section 2AA semifinals

MANKATO, Minn. (KEYC) - The Minnesota Valley Lutheran boys’ basketball team squared off against Jordan in the Section 2AA semifinals Monday night. Jordan will play Waseca for the Section 2AA title this Friday at 8:00 at MSU. Copyright 2020 KEYC. All rights reserved. → Read More

Krueger leaving mark on BLC men’s basketball program

The dynamic play-maker brings a special set of skills to the court and helped the Vikings to the program’s first NCAA tournament appearance a couple of years ago. → Read More