Cole Sanow ran for 191 yards and Alex Pohlen passed for 231 yards as Minneota beat Lac qui Parle Valley, 48-14 Wednesday night.
It's hard to believe, but Springfield actually led in this one, 7-6.
There are two high school football teams in Sleepy Eye — but the public school is not the one with the football tradition.
“How many kids can say they went through their high school career with one varsity loss?” Coach Chad Johnston posed the question.
Minneota’s dominance in Class A football is well documented.
They won the state title in 2014 and again in 2015 and claim six state championships including 1986, ‘87, ‘88, and 2009.
Minneota's Vikings were part of the huge football camp at SMSU in Marshall this week.