Two weeks earlier, Spring Lake Park handed Andover a 35-14 loss in the first and perhaps only Northwest Suburban Conference meeting after meeting in the section tournament each of the last two seasons. Each team won a section game by one point including the Huskies 33-32 win over Spring Lake Park last fall.
Blaine (5-4) avenged a Week 7, 56-26 loss to Centennial when the two Northwest Suburban Conference teams met in the second round of the Section 5-6A tournament last Friday.
Andover won three regular season games, each by shutting out the opposition including Week 8 opponent, Coon Rapids 31-0 on Senior Night.
On paper it looked like Anoka was headed to its sixth loss of the season, this time at the hands of an Elk River squad coming off a 5-0 start before a 35-7 loss to Totino-Grace one week earlier.
Blaine blanked by No. 3 ranked Crimson After winning four straight, Blaine came crashing back to Earth following a 50-0 loss to No. 3 ranked Maple Grove Friday. The Crimson stomped its opponents with a ferocious offense and a tenacious defense that wreaked havoc with the Bengals on both sides of the ball. The Crimson [...]
Anoka’s (1-5) woes began on the opening drive of a 27-0 loss to neighboring Andover (2-4) to dash hopes of a Tornadoes win for homecoming Friday.