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A Season To Remember For Moorhead High Football

The Spuds finished the shortened 2020 campaign undefeated and set program records along the way

MOORHEAD, MN – In a year where Moorhead High Football earned a spot on SportsCenter’s top ten plays, it only made sense that the Spuds continued wowing everyone by finishing the season atop the class 5A. state football poll. Kevin Feeney’s quad finished undefeated in seven games and his quarterback, and son, Trey, lead the entire state of Minnesota in…

Moorhead Taking Advantage of Week Before Minnesota’s Dial Back Plan Begins

Spuds will play Volleyball and Football Thursday and Friday before Sports Pause

MOORHEAD, Minn. — Beginning 11:59 Friday night all organized youth and adult sports including association, club, intramural and school sports will pause in Minnesota as part of governor Tim Walz’s four week dial back plan to control the spread of COVID-19. It puts a stop to high school football one day after section playoffs began and to high school volleyball…

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 Department of Education issues updated guidance on spectators for indoor events

BROOKLYN CENTER, Minn. (MSHSL) – Using information released today by the Minnesota Department of Education, the Minnesota State High School League updated member schools with information for spectators of indoor activities to align with the MDE guidance. Under the MDE revised guidance, two fans per participant will be allowed to attend indoor events. Prior to the updated guidance, no spectators…

MSHSL To Shorten Winter Sports Season

The board of directors agreed on a modified schedule that will cut down games by 30%

The Minnesota State High School League Board of Directions approved a motion to shorten winter sports seasons. They contemplated three different kinds of schedules before selecting the one they’re calling the “maximized winter season.” In this modified look, seasons will be cut them down by 30% with a limit of two contests a week and teams can only play conference,…

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…

MSHSL Calls Emergency Meeting for Monday, September 21st

Meeting will discuss return of football and volleyball

FARGO, N.D. — The Minnesota State High School League Board President Blaine Novak called a special meeting with the Board of Directors for Monday, September 21st, at 9 A.M. After a work meeting on Tuesday, Novak and the Board decided to revisit the decision of football and volleyball playing in the spring. A vote on Monday could change the original…

Social Distancing: The Taste Of Victory

Pizza Honors Spuds After Winning Best HS Nickname In Minnesota

  High School football is delayed until spring in Minnesota this year due to COVID-19, but you can still celebrate a rousing Spuds victory Thursday anyway. The Spuds won the Minnesota State High School League Nickname Challenge, beating 63 other mascots across the state. That’s that winning tater. The contest was conjured up as kind of a way to still…

MSHSL votes to move football, volleyball to the spring, all other fall sports go on as planned

Football season will run from March 15-May 15

ST PAUL, MN — The Minnesota State High School League (MSHSL) decides to take a mixed approach with the return of fall sports moving both football and volleyball moving to spring. In a zoom meeting, MSHSL board members voted 13-5 on a spring football season. A 12-6 vote went against a fall season. Football is considered to be high risk…

Minnesota State High School League votes to move football, volleyball to spring

MINNEAPOLIS – The Minnesota State High School League met Tuesday morning to determine what the options are for the high school fall sports season amid the Covid-19 pandemic. Thousands of high school athletes are awaiting word on their futures after hundreds of seniors across the state had their 2020 spring seasons canceled due to the global health pandemic. The MSHSL canceled the…