MSHSL Football

High School Football Roundup: Fargo North, Pelican Rapids Win

Spartans beat Grand Forks Central, Vikings beat Wadena-Deer Creek

FARGO, N.D. — It was a busy Thursday night for high school football in North Dakota and Minnesota. In Grand Forks, Fargo North shutout Grand Forks Central 22-0 finishing the season with a 2-5 record. The Knight finish 1-6. It was a previously made up game from earlier in the regular season when GFC had a team COVID outbreak. In…

Minnesota HS FB Roundup: Detroit Lakes, Barnesville, DGF, Warren-Alvarado-Oslo Win

Highlights from Friday night football games in Minnesota

  FARGO, N.D. — It was a busy night of high school football games in Minnesota. Barnesville started out the day with a 32-6  win over Roseau. DGF improved to 2-1 on the season with a 40-6 at win against Park Rapids Area at home. Detroit Lakes completed a 28-0 nothing shutout at home against Fergus Falls. Warren-Alvarado-Oslo came back…

Spuds Cruise To Home-Opener Win & Get Honored With Best Mascot Award

Moorhead Football defeated Alexandria on Friday evening 42-0

MOORHEAD, MN – The Moorhead Spuds Football team improved to (2-0) on the season with a 42-0 win over Alexandria on Friday evening in their home opener. At halftime, the Spuds were awarded with the best mascot in the state of Minnesota from John Millea of the MSHSL. Categories: High School, KVRR Sports Extra, Top Sports Headlines Tags: Moorhead High…

Minnesota HS FB Roundup: Barnesville Takes Lee’s Paddle With Win Over Hawley

Trojans beat Hawley 32-6

HAWLEY, Minn. — Barnesville went on the road to Hawley Thursday afternoon and came out with a 32-6 win. The Trojans improve to 2-0 on the season and bring Lee’s Pad back to their school. Barnesville hosts Roseau next week at home. Hawley goes on the road to Staples-Motley looking for their first win. Categories: High School, Top Sports Headlines…

MSHSL Approves Fall Restart for High School Volleyball, Football Seasons

Both sports will begin practice on September 28th.

BROOKLYN PARK, Minn. – After announcing that high school volleyball and football will be moved to the spring, the Minnesota State High School League voted Monday to reverse course and restart both sports in the fall season. For volleyball, season will start September 28th with ten days of practice. Competition will start on October 8th. Teams will have an 11-week…