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Back Issues (cost $5.50):

Spring 2002 Spring 2002:

Our first-ever issue featuring Bloomington Jefferson's Michael Bernhagen on the cover. This issue also featured an interview with ESPN's Chris Berman.

Early Fall 2004 Early Fall 2004:



Can Michael Bennett help lead the Vikings back to the playoffs. Can he stay healthy. Eric Nelson looks at these questions in our cover story. We also look back at a dream season by Minnesota's Little League state champions from Robbinsdale.

Winter 2007 Winter 2007:


Professional boxing's return to Minnesota is featured with profiles on longtime Minnesota rivals Tony Bonsante and Matt Vanda. Also featured are the Minnesota Ripknees pro basketball team of the new ABA, figure skater Rhiana Brammeier and Eden Prairie High School's Prep Bowl championship football team.

Summer 2002 Summer 2002:

With Minnesota's own Tom Lehman on the cover, The Minnesota Score previewed the PGA Championship which was played in the Twin Cities. Our cover story gave readers an inside look at 4 Minnesotans playing in the PGA.


Fall/Winter 2004 Fall/Winter 2004:


Is Troy Hudson the missing piece to make the Timberwolves NBA champs? We also look at the up and coming sport of dodge ball and a close-up story on the Gopher women's volleyball team.

Early Spring 2007 Early Spring 2007:


Minnesota's Mr. Basketball for 2007 Blake Hoffarber is on his way to the University of Minnesota. This issue takes an inside look at the former Hopkins star who made the miracle "butt shot" in the state championship game two years ago. It earned him an ESPY for the play of the year in 2005. This issue also features Edina tennis star Whitney Taney and New Prague girls hockey star Jenna Kilpatrick.

Fall 2002 Fall 2002:


Timberwolves forward Wally Szczerbiak graces the cover as we take an inside look at the Wolves #2 star for the 2002-03 season.

Winter 2005 Winter 2005:


The Gopher men's hockey team was on a roll thanks in part to the brilliant goaltending of Kellen Briggs, who is profiled in this issue. Gopher women's basketball and Maple Grove High School winter sports are among the other features.

Sumer 2007 Summer 2007:


2006 American League MVP Justin Morneau adorned the cover of this issue. This issue also features a story on Minnesota Wild goaltender Niklas Backstrom, former AWA Wrestling icon Baron Von Raschke and boxer Caleb Truax.

Winter 2003 Winter 2003:


Marian Gaborik was one of the main cogs behind the Minnesota Wild's surprising run to the Stanley Cup semifinals. We feature Gaborik along with a look at Gopher women's basketball star Lindsay Whalen. This issue also features an interview, story and photos of tennis star Anna Kournikova and her tennis stop in Minnesota.

Early Spring 2005 Early Spring 2005:


It's high school tournament time across the state of Minnesota and this issue is dedicated to prep sports. The cover story is an in depth look at the Robbie Dee and Isaiah Dahlman, the top boys hockey player and top boys basketball player in the state. Also, a story on Elgin Millville girls basketball star Katie Ohm, former Hopkins boys basketball player Kris Humphries, now with the Utah Jazz and a feature on competitive high school cheerleading.

Fall 2007 Fall 2007:


Gopher football under new head coach Tim Brewster is featured in this issue along with a feature on the Irish game of hurling, a one on one interview with Torii Hunter prior to his departure from Minnesota, the Minnesota Vikings and their rabid fanbase, and auto racing at Elko Speedway.

Sping 2003 Spring 2003:


With the threat of contraction gone, the Twins hope to ride the bat, glove and arm of Torii Hunter to the post season. We give you a close-up look at Hunter and the Twins along with a feature on up and coming St. Paul boxer Matt Vanda.

Summer 2005 Summer 2005:


One year after winning the Cy Young award, can Twins ace Johan Santana continue as the best pitcher in baseball? Also an inside look at the resurgence of women's roller derby, a Q and A with Vikings quarterback Daunte Culpepper and the story of Augsburg wrestling sensation Marcus LeVesseur.

Winter 2008 Winter 2008:


Minnesota Wild defenseman Brent Burns is featured along with Vikings running back Adrian Peterson and the sport of dogsledding.

Summer 2003 Summer 2003:


Vikings lineman Chris Hovan helps rejuvenate Minnesota's pass rush and an inside look at how Latroy Hawkins bolsters a strong bullpen for the Twins.

Fall 2005 Fall 2005:


The retooled Vikings defense is the focus of this issue's cover story featuring newly acquired safety Darren Sharper. We also go inside women's boxing in Minnesota, the sport of adventure racing and a special photo section on the 2005 Prep Bowl champion Wayzata Trojans.

Spring 2008 Spring 2008:


As Joe Mauer goes, so go the Twins. A preview of the 2008 Twins. This issue also includes features on Twins draftee Joe Loftus, BMX racer and gymnast Alise Post and a feature on Sid Hartman and WCCO's Sports Huddle.

Fall/Winter 2003 Fall/Winter 2003:


A preview of things to come for the Minnesota Timberwolves with Kevin Garnett, soon to be MVP, leading the way. We also take a look at the family of former Holy Angels star, Larry Fitzgerald Jr now of the Arizona Cardinals.

Winter 2005-2006 Winter 2005-06:


Wild center Brian Rolston got a big contract to come to Minnesota and lead Minnesota back to the post season. We also feature the sport of quad rugby and Minnesota's Olympic curling stars from Bemidji. The high school spotlight shines on the 2005 Maple Grove Crimson football team.

Fall/Winter 2008Fall/Winter 2008:


The Vikings run to their first NFC North title was led by Gus Frerotte. This issue also includes features on Harness Racing at Running Aces, Twins pitcher Francisco Liriano, Gopher defensive lineman Willie Van DeSteeg and future Gopher hoopster Rodney Williams.

Winter 2004 Winter 2004:


What a year 2003 was for legendary St.Johns football coach John Gagliardi. Great photos and story about Gags and the Johnnies dream season.

Mid-Winter 2006 Mid-Winter 2006

The sport of competitive high school cheerleading takes center stage in this issue with a close-up look at the defending state champions from Champlin Park High School. There are also features on the Parkettes (Viking cheerleaders from the 60's, 70's and 80's) and the current Timberwolves cheerleaders/dance team. This issue also features Robbinsdale Cooper's boys basketball team that lost the class 4A state title game and Minnesota hockey players at the University of Southern California.

Winter 2009 Winter 2009:


Our Twinsfest special edition that is chock full of full page photos of several Twins including Joe Mauer, Justin Morneau Joe Nathan among others. Great for your wall or autographs!

Early Spring 2004 Early Spring 2004:


With an NHL lockout looming, the Minnesota Score looks at the long term implications of a work stoppage in our cover story. This issue also features Janel McCarville of the Gopher Women's Basketball team.

Spring 2006 Spring 2006:


A look at longtime Twins starting pitcher Brad Radke in what was anticipated to be his final season in the majors. Also Kirby Puckett's last interview, a feature on synchronized figure skating and a close-up on Elk River High School sports.

Spring 2009 Spring 2009:


March Madness edition with features on Edina hockey and basketball star Anders Lee, Blake hockey phenom Sally Komarek and a photo spread featuring Hopkins boys basketball.

Early Summer 2004 Early Summer 2004:


Joe Mauer is on the scene and Paul Molitor is headed to the Hall of Fame. A close-up look and look back at the careers of two St. Paul baseball stars. W also preview Minnesota's athletes headed to Athens for the Summer Olympics.

Fall 2006 Fall 2006:


Vikings running back Tony Richardson was among the newcomers to the 2006 Vikings and we take an inside look at Richardson and his distinguished NFL career. We also feature Wayzata High School fall sports, dock dog jumping and a close-up look at the good and bad of AAU basketball.

Late Summer 2009 Late Summer 2009:


Photos and feature on Vikings quarterback Brett Favre, out of retirement again. This issue also features Joe Mauer, Vikings Hall of Famer Randall McDaniel and Sister Kenny golfer Jim Dodge.