The North High School football team needs to have a short memory as it heads into the post-season this week. The regular season didn’t go well at all and the Polars especially need to forget about week eight as they prepare for the playoffs.
The Concordia Academy football team hasn’t won a game since the first week of the season. The team the Beacons beat back then was Spectrum, which went on to finish the regular season with a .500 record.
After a one-year hiatus, it appears that the Section 4AAA volleyball title will once again come down to Roseville and North St. Paul. They are the top two seeds in the section and are playing the best of any teams in the section.
Only one Class 6A high school football team with a losing record is opening the playoffs at home this week. Hopkins is that team and it has the same record as Roseville, which did not get a first-round home playoff game.
The high school football regular season has reached week eight, which means games on Wednesday because of the teachers’ convention. It also means that teams have one more chance to prepare for the post-season.
The four highest-seeded teams in the Section 5AA boys soccer tournament all hosted quarterfinal matches on Saturday. The home-field advantage was not there, however, as all four top seeds lost one-goal contests.