Posted On: 08/29/17 3:15 AM

1. Caledonia
2016 Finish: 14-0, won State Championship
Returning Starters: 12 (7 O, 5 D)

The 28-game winning streak Caledonia has put together is one of the best in Minnesota high school football history. The Warriors are outscoring their opponents by an average of almost 40 points through the third quarter of those games. In fact, the final 12 minutes have been a draw over the course of the streak, largely because the Warriors have “called off the dogs”.

Don’t expect a new schedule to make things too much tougher for Carl Fruechte’s squad in 2017. Quarterback Owen King enters his final varsity campaign with more than 5,300 yards and 92 touchdowns in his career, with only eight interceptions. King’s favorite receiver, Andrew Goergen, also returns for an offense that averaged nearly 47 points per game last season.

Senior Brent Robley will anchor both the offensive and defensive lines, which will be a little undersized compared to past Caledonia teams, but plenty effective to carry the program to its eighth state championship.

2. Eden Valley-Watkins
2016 Finish: 12-2, lost in Prep Bowl

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