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This last weekend was full of football! There was college games that changed the balance of the playoffs and rivalry games that went down to the wire. The NFL was in full swing with games on Thanksgiving Day and then again on Sunday, and in some states there was high school football wrapping up their […]

In sports it is always the simple understanding: the team that scores the most points wins. Easy. After that there are certain unwritten rules in sport, especially in high school sports. These are rules of mutual respect given usually when a contest is out of reach by one team and the other team shows a […]

It’s a great time in the fall when tournament time comes around. For small towns a great tournament can really bring a town together rallying behind their favorite teams and athletes. Last year there was barely a season and there wasn’t any tournament games as most were canceled by Covid outbreaks in schools. This year […]

People are losing their minds over GAMES! High school games that teach kids a multitude of life skills as well as the sport itself. Why? No one really knows. Is it because of the “everyone deserves a participation ribbon” mentality or is it that people feel more emboldened by their “rights” to harass someone because […]

When is a high school NOT a high school? When they play a football game on ESPN and no one knows that. Over the weekend ESPN had a high school game where IMG Academy, a school where kids go to basically become better players played against Bishop-Sycamore a high school form Ohio that may not […]

The Prep Preview! Every August local fans of their high school football teams wait to see what the report is on their team and the surrounding opponents. Holmen, La Crosse, GET, Bangor, Houston, Rushford-Peterson, Caledonia, Winona all have moms and dads waiting to see their kid in the practice video or as an interview on […]

Sometimes kids do the best things without us even knowing. When I see a story like this my heart feels full that there are kids out there that know what’s truly right and wrong. Not everyone can have the “best” shoes that money can buy no matter how well they play. Some folks are just […]

Brody Larson is the manager for the the football team in the small town school or Le Roy-Ostrander. Brody is small for his size due to fact that he lives with Hurler Syndrome. Last Friday night, in a victory over the Houston Hurricanes he got to do something he has never gotten to do with […]

MEA week means that the regular season is over and the playoffs begin! You can start to catch MN High School Football Playoffs starting this Tuesday night! Click the link for the brackets and where you can catch your favorite teams! CLICK HERE FOR MSHSL HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL BRACKETS


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