Posted On: 11/16/20 7:00 PM

Coming into the contest two days ago pitting the best Southside Minneapolis high school team vs. the best Northside Minneapolis squad, the Minneapolis Southwest Lakers stood at 4-1 coming off a big win vs. Richfield and an emotionally thrilling 17-14 victory over Southside rival Washburn. Their opponents: the North Polars, had been putting up a ton of points and also only had one loss in their record, having lost to the #1 ranked 4A team Fridley the week before. It was set to be a hard-hitting, physical contest with impressive speed in each sides defensive backfield and tough RBs set to carry the offensive load of each team on their shoulders. In the ensuing 48 minutes of grind-it-out football, the North Polars took control of the city of Minneapolis and ground and pounded their way to a 22-0 victory utilizing a mauling offensive line and the best RB in Minnesota Terrance KamaraTerranceKamara5'9" | RBMinneapolis North | 2021StateMN and a not too shabby performance from his backfield counterpart Elisha Jackson Jr., as well as explosive plays from the duo of QB Terrance KamaraTerranceKamara5'9" | RBMinneapolis North | 2021StateMN and 2022 WR Mario SandersMarioSanders5'10" | WRMPLS North | 2022StateMN. The Southwest Lakers, despite a talented roster with workhorse RB/LB Nick FlaskampNickFlaskampLBMinneapolis Southwest | 2021StateMN and playmaking DB/WRs Marcus MattoxMarcusMattoxDBMinneapolis Southwest | 2021StateMN and Jaden ReedJadenReedWRMinneapolis Southwest | 2021StateMN, could not muster any offensive consistency, putting a stingy

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