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North’s season comes to an end

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north-polars graduating-seniorsEven though the State High School Football Tournament 1A section has not yet seen a champion, the North Community High Polars’ season ended in a 54 - 26 loss to Lester Prairie/Holy Trinity at Hobbs Field on Saturday, Oct. 26.

After the game Head Coach Charles Adams assured the team he considered them champions by the significant achievement this season. Last year North went through a rough gridiron grind with an overall record of 2 – 7, including a 45-0 loss to Patrick Henry High School.

This year the Polars finished with a record of six wins and three defeats. Adams noted throughout the season that there was a constant evidence of core players demonstrating a solid commitment of dedication. Two additions to the coaching side of the practice field aided greatly in molding the offence and defensive depth, which the Polars needed.

North fans should have a reason for optimism for another big year next season as most of the starters on both sides of the ball should return next season.


 

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