Posted On: 11/15/17 3:45 AM

Quarterback Joe Heimbold- Holy Angels

Heimbold has been the Stars’ top option in the running game since running back Jack Anderson suffered a season-ending injury in Week Six against Benilde-St. Margaret’s. Heimbold ran for 117 yards, added 81 passing yards and scored two total touchdowns for the Stars. With Rocori sporting a large defensive line, Heimbold ran the Stars’ ever offense to perfection and was one of the main reasons why Holy Angels is set to play in the Class 4A semifinal this Friday.

Running back Matt Koshiol- Rocori

Koshiol was matched up against a tough Holy Angels defense, but he found a way to find success nonetheless. Koshiol ran for 90 yards on 17 carries to lead the Rocori offense. Rocori didn't have the ability to put much together on offense, but most of the team's positive plays came as a result of Koshiol's skills in the backfield.

Center/linebacker Jack Aleman- Holy Angels

Aleman, in the words of head coach Jim Gunderson, has been playing like a “man possessed” over the last few weeks. Aleman has raised his level of play over the last couple of weeks, and has always seemed to be around the ball. Aleman recorded a

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