The top-ranked Scarlets were undefeated during a pandemic-influenced 2020 high school football season and didn’t have a chance to build on that with a canceled postseason. Keeping that focus on 2021 and a renewed opportunity, Mankato West zeroed in on another season capped with a Class AAAAA championship. That quest was completed Saturday, Nov. 27 with a 24-10 victory over Mahtomedi in the title game at U.S. Bank Stadium.
The Chargers played a masterful game of keep-away on Saturday, Nov. 27 and used it to pave the way to a 28-21 victory over Plainview-Elgin-Millville in the Class AAA championship game at U.S. Bank Stadium.
The Cardinals were dazzling on offense and suffocating on defense in producing a record-setting day in a 58-8 victory over Fertile-Beltrami in the Class Nine-Man championship game on Saturday, Nov. 27 at U.S. Bank Stadium. It is the first football championship for the school nestled just inside the border in southeastern Minnesota
The Cougars won the Class AAAAAA title, their first in program history, with a powerful, impressive run in 2021 that was capped by a dramatic 13-7 victory over Maple Grove in the big-school title game on Friday, Nov. 26 at U.S. Bank Stadium.
If you looked away for just a moment in the final minutes of the Class AA football championship game between Chatfield and West Central Area/Ashby, you ran the risk of missing out on drama that was draining to players and fans alike.
The Crusaders limited the Vikings to a season-low scoring output and made key defensive stops in the late-going to record a 20-14 victory over Minneota in the Class A championship game on Friday, Nov. 26 at U.S. Bank Stadium.
The 39th edition of the Minnesota State High School League's Prep Bowl is scheduled for Friday, Nov. 26 and Saturday, Nov. 27 at U.S. Bank Stadium. Football championships in seven enrollment classes ranging from Class Nine-Man to Class AAAAAA will be decided over the two days. The games will be broadcast live on 45TV and streamed live on www.prep45.com
Mankato West completed the Minnesota State High School League’s 14 games of semifinals in seven enrollment classes over a three-day span with a 42-7 victory over Rogers in the Class AAAAA semifinals late Saturday, Nov. 20 at U.S. Bank Stadium.
Two seasons ago, the Dassel-Cokato football team finished as the runner-up in Class AAA during the Minnesota State High School League’s State Tournament. An opportunity to climb that final step to secure the program’s first-ever football state crown became a reality following a 21-14 victory over Esko in the Class AAA semifinals on Saturday at U.S. Bank Stadium.
Lakeville/Burnsville/Farmington wins Adapted Soccer PI Championship, Dakota United takes second. Park Center defeats Chaska/Chanhassen/Shakopee/Prior for third place. Stillwater Area takes the Consolation title.
The Bulldogs have not won a State football championship in nearly two decades. They now have an opportunity to give that trophy some company following a 21-6 victory over Annandale in the Class AAA semifinals on Saturday, Nov. 20 at U.S. Bank Stadium.
Top-ranked Lakeville South completed the big-school championship pairing following a resounding 40-14 victory over St. Michael-Albertville in the Class AAAAAA semifinals on Friday, Nov. 19 at U.S. Bank Stadium.
Hutchinson, a 21-time entrant in the Minnesota State High School League’s football state tournament, took another step toward what could be a sixth championship in that span with a 36-6 victory over Orono in the Class AAAA semifinals on Friday, Nov. 19 at U.S. Bank Stadium