Michael Rostberg

Shanley’s Rostberg Named MaxPreps North Dakota Player of the Year

Fresh Off a State Championship, the Deacons Add One More Award

FARGO– The Shanley deacons took the FargoDome by storm last Friday night in their 48-7 state championship victory over the Bismarck Century Patriots.. Wednesday the Deacons add one more accolade to close out their football year. Senior quarterback, Michael Rostberg has been named the 2022 MaxPreps North Dakota Player of the Year. The St. Thomas commit led the Deacons to…

All-State Player, Shanley QB Rostberg Commits to St. Thomas

Joins North's Aiden Carlson in St. Paul

ST PAUL, Minn — Shanley’s QB1 Michael Rostberg is going division one, becoming the second football player from Fargo to commit to St. Thomas. Rostberg is coming off his first year as starter for the Deacons and was a first team all-state selection throwing for over 1600 yards and 13 touchdowns. In their first year as members of the Pioneer…

Shanley’s Rostberg Wins High School Play of the Week

Deacons QB took home 54 percent of the votes

FARGO, N.D. — The first Chris Heise high school play of the week winner goes to Shanley football and quarterback Michael Rostberg. The junior connected with John Gores on a fourth down play to score the first touchdown of the night in a win over Davies. Congrats to Rostberg and the Deacons. Categories: High School, Play of the Week, Top…

Play of the Week Nominees: September 3

Shanley, Fargo North battle for high school play of the week

FARGO, N.D. — The first set of Chris Hesie high school play of the week nominees comes from week one of the high school football season in North Dakota. In a rivalry game between Shanley and Davies, Deacons quarterback Michael Rostberg throws a beauty of ball on 4th and 35 caught by John Gores for the first score of the…

Shanley Football Ushering in New Era at QB

Michael Rostberg takes over for Cooper Mattern

FARGO, N.D. — Its a new era at quarterback for Shanley football as all-state player Cooper Mattern graduated. Stepping in to replace him, 6’5” Michael Rostberg. Rostberg has big shoes to fill. In three seasons with Mattern as the starter the Deacons went 21-7 with three state playoff appearances including a undefeated season and a state title in year one….