Football

Champlin Park climbs out of 20-7 hole By Matthew Davis Sun Post Newspapers Champlin Park rallied from a 20-7 halftime deficit to send the Andover football team to a 0-3 start on Friday, Sept. 12. “Win by 30 or lose by 30, we’re just going to go out there and keep playing,” Rebels senior linebacker [...]

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High-flying Andover cruises 42-14   by Nick Clark Sun POST Newspapers   The lights were turned back on last Thursday, and while it wasn’t technically a Friday, this was the return of big time high school football. To verify it, Andover’s Connor Wilkie and Chris Larson put the type of show reserved for that sort [...]

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Early deficit too much to overcome in season-ending defeat to Trojans If one does exist, Champlin Park has yet to figure it out. But no question, as Edina proved earlier this year, there is a way to beat Wayzata in football. “Oh for sure,” said Wayzata head coach Brad Anderson. “We are beatable. We know [...]

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Michael Sales runs for 204 yards and 3 TD’s in victory over Centennial It has been an annual Halloween house of horrors for the Champlin Park football team. Wayzata, home to one of the biggest of big-school football powers, has turned into a cemetery for Rebel seasons in recent years. In 2007, Champlin Park lost [...]

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Football team will play for conference title this week They have the paddle back, now the Champlin Park football team would like nothing more than to grasp something a little less tangible, but all the more meaningful. A Northwest Suburban Conference championship could await the Rebels this week, as the team will follow up its [...]

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Last minute touchdown pass to Bryce Marquardt lifts Rebels in 28-27 win The ball squirted loose, coming to rest just to the left of Champlin Park quarterback Trevor Garrison. In that very instant, it appeared as if all that had gone wrong for the Rebels over what had the looks of a two-quarter collapse in [...]

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Thirty-five point barrage in second quarter lifts Rebels to 49-7 victory It was homecoming in Coon Rapids Sept. 21, and a throng of Cardinal faithful withstood the winds and rain that accompanied the second half of a football game that had long been decided. That they were still there in the first place was a [...]

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