The Irondale High School football team’s two victories in 2015 came on the road. The Knights are off to a 0-2 start this season and look to break into the win column this week when they venture away from home for the second consecutive week.
For the second straight year, the St. Anthony Village High School football team has started off the season by dropping its first two games. The Huskies head out on the road this week hoping that the pattern doesn’t continue.
With week one in the books, the Bulletin Area high school football teams have an idea of what works and what needs to be worked on more. They’ll use that information to prepare for week two, which has Mounds View and St.
After advancing to the section final last fall, the Mounds View High School boys soccer team had more than a dozen players graduate and leave the program. That’s a lot of players to replace in one season.
It took a while for the St. Anthony Village High School football to find some victories last season. If the Huskies want to improve on last seasonís 2-6 regular-season record, they’ll need to use their speed and avoid injuries.