For the first time in nearly two years, Andover (1-3) shutout the opposition.
The 39-0 win against Irondale was the first win of the season for the Huskies, who have owned Irondale at Huskies Stadium winning the last two contests by a combined 81-3 score.
The St. Francis City Council voted unanimously Sept. 15 to set the proposed 2015 levy at $3,195,789, which reflects a 7 percent increase over the 2014 levy. The council has the option to reduce that amount when the final levy is adopted in December.
Six people will be inducted into the St. Francis High School Hall of Fame inside the St. Francis High School Carlson/Foley Performing Arts Center at 5 p.m. Sept. 26.
The inductees include Richard Foley, Doug Engren, Kathryn Froemming-Ferguson, Paul Carlson and Tim and Rich Holen.
Even though Coon Rapids (0-3) and Anoka (1-2) were winless in the standings, both knew they were close to finding their first of the season.
Coon Rapids made too many mistakes against a solid Bloomington Jefferson team to lose the home opener at Cardinals Stadium 18-6 Friday.
The Huskies compiled a 3-2 record at the Southwest Challenge in Marshall Sept. 5-6 including wins against Owatonna (2-0), Jamestown, N.D. (2-1) and Sioux Falls Roosevelt, S.D. (2-0). Andover lost to St. Michael-Albertville (2-0) and No. 8-ranked (Class A) Heron Lake-Okabena (2-1).