All-Star Football Game Held at TCF Stadium, Local Players Compete

Local standout players compete in game that divided the state's all stars into North and South teams

The 38th Annual Minnesota All-Star Football Game took place on Saturday evening at TCF Bank Stadium at the University of Minnesota.

The All-Stars, divided into two teams representing the Northern and Southern parts of the state, battled in a close game.

The North team won the game by a final score of 17-7. 

Laurie Buck June 27, 2011 at 04:12 AM
Ummm...WHICH local standout players? Would be nice to have some names here?? Very incomplete article...
Shawn Hogendorf June 27, 2011 at 04:25 AM
Laurie: I should have been more clear in the headline, my fault. It's a photo gallery of the game and Andrew Rose represented Stillwater. The names are in the cutlines and a link to the story we did on Andrew is here http://patch.com/A-jCqG
MaryBeth Mueller June 27, 2011 at 04:41 AM
It was a beautiful night for a game! Congrats North!
Chris Steller June 27, 2011 at 08:29 AM
Laurie, you're right. The article and photos are for all or most of the local Patch websites that have schools with players at the game. In Fridley's case, the players were from Totino-Grace and Spring Lake Park high schools, along with coaches from Totino-Grace (see preview story at http://patch.com/A-j9fD. Fridley Patch "hosted" this post for other sites to draw from on Sunday—an unusual situation that will change on Monday.


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