Football

Wed
08
Jul

Football in July?

Midwest Nightmare’s Stacy Kalkwarf (89 from St. Paul) carries during semi pro action against Mankato’s Minnesota Brawlers at North High School’s football field. The Nightmare lost 7-22 June 27.

Wed
01
Jul

Area gridders shine in all-star game

The annual Minnesota Football Coaches Association All-Star Football Game took place on Saturday afternoon in St. Cloud. Three Bulletin-area residents took part and, although their team didn’t win, they had notable contributions to the effort.

Wed
01
Apr

Slew of area prep athletes make all-star teams

Dayton Honkanen
Dayton Honkanen

For those who mourn the end of the winter high school sports seasons, there's usually an all-star series of some sort to give you one extra week of prep action. The Bulletin-area high schools were well-represented in this year’s festivities.

Tue
31
Mar

Awards aplenty for RAHS winter sports athletes

Monica Burich
Monica Burich

With a pair of basketball teams that advanced at least as far as the section final, it’s not surprising that Roseville Area High School had some members of those teams amass some nice post-season honors.

Fri
13
Feb

Signing day a big deal at Bulletin-area schools

Alec Abercrombie
Alec Abercrombie

All three Bulletin-area high schools had students sign with colleges during the opening of the late signing period last week. Here's a look at where everyone is headed.

Wed
11
Feb

RAHS pair sign college football tenders

Roseville football assistant coach Andrew Fraser, Tommy Arcand, head coach Chris Simdorn, Jesper Horsted and assistant coach Mike Grant attended the morning signing ceremony Feb. 4. (submitted photo)
Roseville football assistant coach Andrew Fraser, Tommy Arcand, head coach Chris Simdorn, Jesper Horsted and assistant coach Mike Grant attended the morning signing ceremony Feb. 4. (submitted photo)

The college football signing period opened last week and two Roseville Area High School seniors put pen to paper on Feb. 4 to make their college commitments official.

Mon
12
Jan

Football season pits father and son against each other

Jakobi Jackson runs the football for Central High School, while his father, Paul, Harding High School’s defensive coordinator, watches in the background. (photo courtesy of Dave Greener)
Jakobi Jackson runs the football for Central High School, while his father, Paul, Harding High School’s defensive coordinator, watches in the background. (photo courtesy of Dave Greener)

Paul and Jakobi Jackson have much in common.
When Paul attended Central High School in the early 1980s he was, as his son Jakobi is now, a football star of considerable accomplishments.
Both of them scored several touchdowns as a running back and both played good defense. Paul did a lot of kicking and punting; Jakobi returned a lot of kicks and punts.

Wed
12
Nov

Fourth-quarter rally stuns Mustangs

The Mounds View High School football team entered the state tournament with an unblemished record against teams from Minnesota. In those nine victories, the Mustangs had given up no more than 20 points.

Thu
06
Nov

Football: South St. Paul overcomes turnovers to gain state tournament berth

Game slips away from Hill-Murray in fourth quarter
On an unseasonably chilly Halloween, the Hill-Murray Pioneers' trip to South St. Paul for the Section 4AAAA football finals proved to be a frightful nightmare.
Things started well for the Pioneers, who took advantage of the Packers' three fumbles and led the entire first half. But the Packers, winners of the Metro East Conference, got back on track late in the game for a 35-21 victory.

Thu
06
Nov

A better day for Pioneers


(Linda Baumeister/Review)

It looked like Hill Murray was going to simply run away from the football competition Oct. 25 in Section 4AAAA semifinal action against Johnson.

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