Adrian Peterson took his first carry last season all the way for a 78-yard touchdown. He called it ahead of time, too. This year, Peterson has again predicted a score on his first run, though that came Thursday only through prompting from a reporter.
Joe Werz ran for a 69-yard touchdown midway through the fourth quarter and St. Croix Lutheran hung on to beat New London-Spicer 48-44 in the Class 3A title game. Hans Klingenschmitt had 177 yards rushing Saturday at the Prep Bowl and Trever Koester 139 for St. Croix Lutheran (11-2), which won its second title in three years. Adam Essler had 194 yards rushing for New London-Spicer (10-3). Leading by 6, Werz went straight up the middle and sprinted to the end zone and a 42-28 St. Croix Lutheran lead.
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A slow-moving line of strong thunderstorms dropped funnel clouds over parts of the Twin Cities metro area Tuesday afternoon.
Severe weather roared its way through the southern half of Minnesota Saturday afternoon, less than a week after a tornado ripped through north Minneapolis and the northern Twin Cities.
A severe storm that roared through the Twin Cities metro area has killed at least one person, damaged homes and businesses and hospitalized 22 people.