Posted On: 01/31/20 4:06 AM

The Academy of Holy Angels Stars' football program started strong in 2019. After a 3-0 start, injuries mounted, and the season didn't end as well as it started. While the season didn't end the way, anyone supporting the Stars wanted it to, junior Rollin Rowe feels the team's struggles in 2019 will translate into great things in 2020.
"With the injuries we had, a lot of young guys got a lot of experience," Rowe said. "That is going to help us next year. The senior class was some of the most talented I have seen. I really enjoyed playing with them. Even though we lost in the second round of Sections, I still think it was a successful season because a lot of people got to show what they can do, and we built a lot of depth through the season."
Athletic ability highlighted the team's strengths.
"Our quickness and speed on defense were a strength. We found the football and ran to the football," Rowe said. "Our passing game was good. Our quarterback was very good. It was his first year starting, and he stepped up and became a leader. We had injuries at receiver, but

Minnesota All Access Pass