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Posted On: 10/12/20 11:22 AM

The oppening week of high school football in Minnesota saw a plethora of jaw dropping performances. The top talent in the state quickly seemed to have got right back to where the left off last season. The lack of fans, or altered-practice schedules certainly did not stop there from being video game-like performances.



The Moorehead Spud’s signal caller gave Buffalo high school a taste of its own medicine. The Bison have been known to put up flashy numbers in the era of QB, Aidan BoumanAidanBoumanQBBuffalo | 2020StateMN and HC, Todd Bouman, but both are now gone and Feeney took advantage. The lefty’ QB found his fellow senior receiver Blake WalthallBlakeWalthall6'1" | WRMoorhead | 2021StateMN early and often, as the pair connected on five receptions for 132 yards and four touchdowns. The UND commit added two more passing touchdowns in the first half giving the Spuds a 49-0 lead heading into the lockeroom. Remarkably Feeney’s superb day came in only one half, as he did not come out for the second half of the contest. The senior QB has made

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