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Feb 09th

North over South in Minneapolis high school football

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north team editOnly one player on a football team can score a touchdown on one play at any given moment.

But the entire team can cheer for the feat. And they can also demonstrate the satisfying team effort in winning the game. Such was the case for the North Community High Polars in its win over South High School, 50-19, on Friday, Sept. 27, at Hobbs Field.

North head coach Charles Adams has lead his team from a struggling one victory season last year to a 3-1 mark so far. He has helped the team realize that the achievement toward success in any endeavor comes through a commitment on the part of each player to build a sense of harmony and dedication of purpose to their common cause.

The game's big star was North's Keyon Thomas, who scored five touchdowns. North quarterback Tyler Johnson also had a big game both passing and rushing.

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