Posted On: 12/31/17 12:45 AM

North St. Paul had a season to forget in 2017. With an 0-9 record it was tough to find positives to the season. One of the obvious positives to the season was senior lineman Corey Guenther. The past two years he has been anchoring both the offensive and defensive lines of the Polars. Despite the losses, Guenther recently punched his college football ticket and he didn’t even have to go far to do it.

The season for the Polars was one that could have gotten guys like Guenther down but the senior lineman found plenty of positives during the year.

“Being able to be a captain – helping the young guys on and off the field – that was awesome and a privilege,” Guenther said. “The bond I had with my teammates – we called ourselves brothers – was awesome. We were one of the closer teams I have ever been on.”

Through each loss, Guenther and his Polars’ teammates were able to stay positive.

“We were able to forget about the last game and move on to the next practice and the next week,” Guenther said.

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