The Blooming Prairie football squad is bringing back a lot of talent at their skill positions and say their offensive line just may be the strongest part of their game.
Last year, the Waterville-Elysian-Morristown football team was perfect in the regular season play, eventually falling to Blue Earth Area in the playoffs. WEM has a solid core of skill players returning for their senior year and the Bucs are looking for the right underclassmen to take them to the next level.
Last season, the LourdesEagles missed the state football tournament for the first time since 2011. This year, their expectations remain high and they’re working to get back to the top of their game.
They aim to be playing deep into November once again in the Maple Grove football program. The Crimson lost in the state class AAAAAA semifinals a season ago, and were 9-3 overall.
In today's prep football training camp report John Jacobson visits Totino-Grace. The Eagles return 15 starters from last year's 9-3 team that lost in the Class 6A semifinals.
Totino-Grace opens the season Sept. 1 at Eden Prairie.
(ABC 6 News) – The Caledonia Warriors defined dominance a season ago, running the table and winning all 14 games in 2015 by at least 27 points apiece, but 2016 is a new year, and the Warriors know another state championship won’t come easy. WATCH STORY
It was a soggy morning on the gridiron, but football practice didn't miss a beat.
Stephen-Argyle has been practicing for four days and is preparing for their upcoming season.
Maddie Sattler caught up with the reigning section eight champs who have high expectations this fall.
The Osseo football team begins 2016 with a new head coach and a lot of new faces on both sides of the ball. The Orioles, defending Class 6A champions, open the season at Maple Grove on Sept. 1. WATCH VIDEO