Posted On: 10/5/19 10:10 PM

The Edina Hornets have had quite a 2019 so far. After a Week 1 win against Centennial, the Hornets lost four straight games against tough West subdistrict opponents in Wayzata, Maple Grove, Prior Lake, and St. Michael Albertville. Two of those four loses had a difference of less than a touchdown, and none of the loses were by more than a few scores. The Hornets showed that they were one of the toughest 1-4 teams in the state yesterday as they beat Eden Prairie for the first time since 2012 and handed the Eagles their first back-to-back loss since 2012. In what was an exciting and competitive game all the way through, the Hornets took a page out of the Eagles playbook and used their running attack to beat the ball into the end zone and put EP in a position they aren't used to being in at the end of a game. Let's dive into the recap of the game and see how Edina broke their losing streak against the perennial 6A squad Eden Prairie.

On a windy Friday night at Kuhlman Field in

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