High School Football
Here we go, the final week of the year as 14 teams in 7 classes descend upon the Metrodome for one last year in search of a State Title. Here’s the rundown for this week’s WCCO Radio Rally!
The high school football playoffs continue to advance at the Metrodome, with the number of teams dwindling down.
It’s getting close to crowning some State Champs! Here’s this week’s Radio Rally Rundown from WCCO!
Big games all around the state tonight. We’re in November now and the games are heating up. Our Top 10 is stable for now but with some very competitive matchups, lots could change tonight! Here’s this week’s rundown for the WCCO High School Radio Rally!
Before football teams hit the field Friday night, there are 16 squads left in seven classes across the state who all have a shot at the state tournament. By the end of the night, that number will get cut in half. This is the week that pretty much every kid who grows up playing football dreams about.
The playoffs are here! Tonight the section playoffs get started and it’s “one and done”. Find out how the teams stack up. Here’s this week’s rundown for the WCCO High School Radio Rally!
WCCO Radio presents the Radio Rally, a weekly look inside the High School Football world with key games, our metro area power poll and more!
The last week of September and the WCCO Radio Rally brings you the rundown on the latest around the Minnesota High School Football world including our Power Poll, players of the week and games to watch for this week!
Surgeons had to remove part of Luke Nelson’s skull earlier this month to ease swelling on his brain. The 16-year-old linebacker for Dassel-Cokato was hurt during a tackle, but stayed in the game until he collapsed.
We’re now two games in for every team, and for some teams it’s three games. By now, most teams have a sense of what they can do and what their identity is. Now it’s just a matter of implementing that every week against the opponent.
It’s a Minnesota first — two metro high school football teams will play in front of the nation tomorrow night. The local football scene is in the spotlight because of Jashon Cornell, the Cretin-Derham Hall defensive end is ranked as the No. 1 2015 recruit in the country, according to ESPN.
A Dassel-Cokato high school linebacker who collapsed on the field unconscious during a game is responding to doctors and family members following surgery for a serious head injury. According to Perry Thenison, Dassel-Cokato K-12 school’s activities director, Luke Nelson was hurt Saturday night during a football game. Thenison says Nelson, 16, is resting after undergoing surgery Saturday night, and is active and alert.
With Weeks Zero and One in the books, the Minnesota High School football season is now in full swing. Here’s this week’s roundup of action on the WCCO Radio Rally!
Chris Williams is the talented and explosive running back from DeLaSalle High School in Minneapolis. “I like to get to the end zone, so I just try everything to get to the end zone, every play,” Williams said. Walk him and you can see why teammates follow him. Williams didn’t grow up privileged, and he did not forget where he grew up.
For as many as 21 Minnesota football teams, they’ve been practicing for two full weeks now, and all that hard work will be on display Friday night. It’s “Zero Week” in prep football around the state, meaning that high school football is already kicking off officially.