Randklev went top shelf on a wrist shot to finally put the Class 2A No. 8 Cougars away. "I knew it was getting toward the end overtime, so I just decided to sit in a soft area in the slot," Randklev said. "I was hoping that the puck would get to me. I got lucky. When it came to me, I knew I had to finish it for my team and the whole Moorhead community. "The Spuds (13-6) controlled the puck for most of the game and ended up with a gaudy 38-24 shots on goal advantage over the Cougars (10-4-3).But No.
"Wabasso had a lot of hard runners. By the end of the game, on their last scoring drive, we were worn down a little bit," Cougars head coach Paul Tinjum said. "They're the best football team we've seen all year. We gave it everything we had until the end. "Wabasso (12-0) advances to play Minneota at 10 a.m. next Saturday for the state championship at U.S. Bank Stadium.The Rabbits' offensive line propelled senior running back Cooper Taylor to 128 yards rushing on 23 carries with a touchdown.
ST. CLOUD, Minn.-Quarterbacks usually don't air it out that much in 9-man high school football in Minnesota.But Cleveland/Immanuel Lutheran and Fergus Falls' Hillcrest Lutheran Academy were definitely the exception Friday, Nov. 11, in the 9-man state quarterfinals at St. Cloud State's Husky Stadium.Behind...
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Selecting a term
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