North’s Brandon Anderson of Sartell gave chase as South’s Josh Vaughan of Bloomington Kennedy ran for a 49-yard gain. South scored on the drive, but North won 17-7.
Bruce Bisping, Star Tribune
With stars all around, punts make difference
- Article by: JIM PAULSEN
- Star Tribune
- June 28, 2011 - 10:46 AM
Almost 100 of the top recently graduated prep football players took the field Saturday night for the Minnesota High School All-Star Football Game at TCF Bank Stadium, bent on one last high school hurrah before scattering to colleges across the Midwest.
The talent level on the field was enough, it was hoped, to offset the minimal preparation time. The teams -- 45 players on each, representing the North and the South -- had scant time to find out their teammates' names, much less learn an offensive system.Read more on the Minnesota Football Hub, a joint venture between the Star Tribune and TST Media dedicated to high school football coverage in the state of Minnesota.
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