Recent content from David La Vaque
Senior kicker Max Ritter broke a tie with a 35-yard field goal with 1:38 to play.
Coaches of the three teams, all in Class 3A, agreed to tempt fate and share what has made their seasons special to this point.
Can Rosemount do it back-to-back? Who gets to 5-0, Chanhassen or Armstrong? What about the Twin Cities' overachieving underdogs?
A junior defensive back, he scored on the opening kickoff, then on a pick-six, and he even made a PAT kick.
Yes, numbers matter to football coach Jeff Erdmann, but those numbers are scores, not votes in a poll. Next week's challenge is a good reason to take that stance.
A poster of Hill, who was shot to death near the school in February, hangs inside the main gate at Minneapolis North's football stadium. The school's coach calls the field "sacred ground" but knows trouble lurks beyond its gates.
Jim Paulsen has pulled two successful predictions ahead of David La Vaque, and the margin won't change because they agree on all three games this weekend.
The Eagles drove for a TD on their first possession of the second half, and the Cougars never came back.
St. Paul schools Harding and Humboldt, after struggling for years, formed a co-op that improved to 3-0 on Thursday.
We have a new leader in the annual competition: Staff writer David La Vaque missed twice last week; Jim Paulsen has missed only once in '22.