High school football in North Dakota came to a close last night as the North Dakota High School Activities Association crowned three state champions in 11-man football.
The Division AAA championship went to the West Fargo (ND) Packers in a 56-28 rout over the Minot (ND) Magicians Friday night. West Fargo actually trailed at halftime before surprising the Magicians with an onside kick to open the second half, and from there, the game belonged to the Packers. The win ended a 14-year title drought for West Fargo.
In the Division AA title game, the St. Mary’s Central (Bismarck, ND) Saints beat the Shanley (Fargo, ND) Deacons 31-12 to take home the championship hardware. The title is St. Mary’s second in a row in North Dakota’s middle division and fourth in five years.
The state’s Division A game provided the closest result of the day as the Hillsboro/Central Valley (Buxton, ND) Burros edged the Langdon (ND)/Edmore/Munich Cardinals 16-14. The title is H-CV’s first since becoming an 11-man co-op team, although Hillsboro won a 9-man state title in 2008.
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