Posted On: 09/5/17 2:00 PM

The Park Center and Robbinsdale Cooper football teams kicked off their 2017 campaigns when the two teams faced off at Robbinsdale Cooper High School Aug. 31. While the Hawks came out on top 39-12, players from both sides stood out during the contest. With a few days to reflect, here, in no particular order, are the top five impressive players from the game.

Quarterback Cameron King- Robbinsdale Cooper

The Cooper senior quarterback was an All-District pick after a 2016 season that saw him rack up 1, 617 yards and 13 touchdown passes, but, after the way he played against Park Center in the season opener, it appears he is ready to take his game up a notch in 2017. King, after a slow start, got the ball rolling on offense with a well-thrown 58-yard touchdown pass to NDSU-commit Phoenix Sproles to begin the scoring. King threw for 217 yards and four touchdown passes in the game to lead the Hawks offense, but also threw two interceptions in the red zone, which kept the Hawks from extending their lead in the third quarter. As King works to build rapport with a mostly new receiving unit,

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