Jeff Stith out-grew any aspirations he had of playing in the offensive backfield shortly after he began playing organized youth football. “When I was little and started playing, I wanted to be a running back,” Stith said. “But it dawned on me pretty early that, because of my size, I wasn’t going to be a running back.”
Kittson County Central is preparing to get a taste of its own medicine. The Bearcats are undefeated this season, in part because of a big-play offense that throws a heavy dose of passing at opponents. Now the 11-0 Bearcats take on pass-happy Ada-Borup in the quarterfinals of the Minnesota 9-man high school football playoffs.
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On Saturday, Brady Robbins put the hurt to South Border. The running back scored two touchdowns in a 62-second span in the first quarter. That put the Tornadoes up 16-0 and they never looked back, handing South Border a 52-6 defeat in the quarterfinals of the N.D. 9-man high school football playoffs.RELATED CONTENT
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The football season hit rock bottom for Thief River Falls on Sept. 27. That also may have been the best thing to happen to the Prowlers. On that day, Park Rapids handed the Prowlers a 34-7 setback. That was the fewest points Thief River Falls scored in a game all season. It was the most points Thief River Falls allowed in a game all season.
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ALSEN, N.D. - The hallways of the one-story, cement-block school here are dark, dusty and musty. More than two decades have passed since students roamed the hallways between classes.
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