It’s hard to believe that we’re just less than two weeks away from the 2012 prep football season being over. By next Saturday, state champions will be crowned in seven classes across the state.
If the quarterfinal round of the state football playoffs is any indication, any team get beat anyone on any given day. At the risk of sounding cliché, it’s true. Just ask anyone who played football for Edina or St. Croix Lutheran.
The fields are now set across seven classes for the state football playoffs in Minnesota. Last week’s section champions advanced to this week’s state football quarterfinals, which are being held across the state Thursday and Friday on turf fields at neutral sites.
It’s the final week of the regular season in high school football. It didn’t feel like it was that long ago that we were projecting preseason expectations. Now, teams are gearing up for the playoffs.
This is one of the best times of the year to be a high school football fan. With only three regular season games left, teams have that many more opportunities to win and get positive momentum going heading into the playoffs.
There are just four weeks left in the regular season for high school football. That’s right, four more chances to win a big game or four more chances to see the clock hit zero and wonder what went wrong.
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The action is heating up all across the state is the Minnesota high school spring sports season is in the meat of its schedule for most sports.
Minnesota police officers are concerned that a group of jewelry store robbers could get more violent. They’ve hit 13 stores so far, including Douglas Diamonds in Faribault, which was caught on surveillance tape.
A 36-year-old St. Louis Park man is accused of stealing more than $4,000 worth of rings from a Wayzata jewelry store, according to charges filed Friday in Hennepin County Court.
A jewelry store in Wayzata has been burglarized for the second time in six weeks.
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A 22-year-old St. Paul man has been accused of burglarizing a Wayzata jewelry store and is being linked to others, according to the Hennepin County Sheriff’s Office.
The Jack Jablonski story has been a surreal one since the Benilde-St. Margaret’s student was paralyzing after getting checked from behind in a game against Wayzata.
It’s a great time of year to be a high school sports fan. Every game is getting a little more important, every meet that much more crucial.
Authorities are looking for four suspects in connection with the burglary of an Anoka jewelry store late last week and a burglary at a Wayzata jewelry store on Wednesday, according to Anoka Police.
We’re now in the bitter cold of January, but things are just starting to heat up in the winter prep sports season. There are big match-ups every week between ranked teams in every sport, providing plenty of chances for fans to get out and enjoy highly-anticipated games.
Andrew Larson ran for 124 yards and a touchdown and Jake Ibach hit a pair of field goals to help Eden Prairie beat Wayzata 13-3 in the Class 5A state championship game Friday night.
It’s what every kid who plays high school football dreams of: The chance to play on the Friday or Saturday after Thanksgiving for a state championship.
It was a big weekend in state football semifinal action over at the Metrodome as teams competed for the chance to play in this weekend’s Prep Bowl.
The next two days the Metrodome will get its annual football marathon workout with the state high school semifinals.
It’s state semifinal week in high school football, which means it’s going to be a busy weekend over at the Metrodome.
It’s section championship Friday. It’s one of the best days in the year for high school football. It comes second probably only to Prep Bowl Friday, which is the day after we stuff ourselves full of turkey on Thanksgiving.
Wayzata came back to defend its state football title, and the Trojans star running back Mitch Underhill was lost for the season in the first game after tearing an ACL. But another star had moved into the school district, and he’s helped carry the team to another unbeaten season.