With week one in the books, the Review area high school football teams have an idea of what works and what needs to be worked on more.
After opening the season last week with home games, the football teams from Roseville Area High School and Concordia Academy are hitting the road in week two.
Second-year head coach James Cave felt coming into the season that his Roseville Area High School girls soccer team had a chance to improve this fall.
Following a sixth-place finish in the conference meet a year ago, the Tartan High School boys cross country team is looking for a marked improvement this season.
The Hill-Murray volleyball team put together quite a season a year ago. There was a conference championship, a section title and a trip to the state tournament, where the Pioneers were the consolation champions.
The Hill-Murray football team, under new head coach Pete Bercich, opens the 2016 in search of a turnaround. The Pioneers went winless in the regular season a year ago.
The Tartan High School football team opens its season on Friday with a visit from Hill-Murray. The Titans’ only victory in 2015 was a season-opening 22-13 win over the Pioneers.
Playoff victories have not come easily for the North High School girls soccer team in recent years. The Polars have been one-and-done in the post-season in each of the past seven seasons.
North is out to change that this fall.
The strength of a football team is often measured by what it has on the offensive and defensive lines. That bodes well for the North High Polars this fall.
Going from a senior-laden team to one that is expected to have a number of sophomores receive significant playing time isn’t usually the recommended formula for a turnaround season.
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