South Rallies to Defeat North 13-3 in 47th Annual All-Star Football Game
Game story by Dave Giles, Minnesota All-Star Football Game Historian
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In a game of missed opportunities for both teams, it took a tight end moving to the quarterback position to spark the South All-Stars to their fourth straight win in the All-Star series. The South rallied to score two touchdowns in the final six minutes to defeat the North All-Stars 13-3 in the 47th Annual Minnesota High School All-Star Football Game (known as the Minnesota Football Showcase) at U.S. Bank Stadium.

With the win, the South leads the all-time North-South series 16-10-1. The South leads the current North-South series (2011-2019) 8-2. The South has won all four All-Star games played at U.S. Bank Stadium. This is the third time the South has had a four-game winning streak in All-Star game history (also 1976-1979 and 2012-2015).

 

2019 Minnesota Football Showcase Game Coaches Announced

Coaches Press Release

North
Jon Konold - WIllmar - Head Coach
Phil Trowbridge - Barnesville
Paul Clark - Mahnomen-Waubun
Mike Empting - Alexandria
Peter Heryla - Columbia Heights
Tom Nelson - Two Harbors

South
Brad Wendland - Waseca - Head Coach
Mat Mahoney - Fairmont
Tony Poncelet - Goodhue
David Vik - Montevideo
Andy Hill - Woodbury
Dave Zeitchick - St. Paul Highland Park

Minnesota Showcase Alumni Reception
The MFCA is hosting a reception for all past All Star Football Game participants (players and coaches) and members of the MFCA Hall of Fame, and current MFCA members. The reception will be part of the 47th Annual All-Star Football Game (now known as the Minnesota Football Showcase): Click Here for Complete Details
 
 
South Defeats North 33-12
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High school football players representing the South defeated the North squad 33-12 in the Minnesota Football Showcase on Saturday at U.S. Bank Stadium. The game was the 46th annual MFCA Tackle Cancer All-Star Football Game and the third at U.S. Bank Stadium.
 

A game-record 89 different high schools were represented by the seniors who had one more opportunity to don their helmets and sport custom purple and white uniforms.
 

 

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The Minnesota Football Coaches Association and the Minnesota Vikings