2017 Season Kickoff!

posted Aug 31, 2017, 8:48 AM by Twin Cities District Football

We're all excited for this season's kickoff tonight! Plenty of action going on and lots to see!

Here's hoping for a fun season and great competition.

Fall 2017 Schedule Posting

posted Feb 9, 2017, 7:33 AM by Twin Cities District Football

The Fall 2017 Week-by-Week opponents schedule has been posted.  Specific dates, times and locations will be added when received!

Click here to go to the schedules page!

Looking forward to fall 2017!

posted Feb 9, 2017, 7:28 AM by Twin Cities District Football

The District has determined new subdistricts and schedules for the two-year cycle beginning Fall 2017.

The new subdistrict compositions are as follows:

 Red Blue
St. Paul Central
SMB Cooperative
Mpls Washburn
St. Croix Lutheran
St. Paul Highland Park
Mound Westonka
Providence Academy
Mpls Southwest
St. Paul Johnson
Mpls Henry
New Life Academy
Mpls North
St. Anthony Village
Columbia Heights
St. Paul Harding
Mpls South
St. Paul Como Park
Brooklyn Center
St. Agnes
Mpls Roosevelt
Concordia Academy
Mpls Edison
St. Paul Humboldt

Each subdistrict team will play all of its subdistrict opponents; Maroon and Gold subdistricts will play three crossover games against one another, while Red and Blue subdistricts will play two crossover games against one another.  Only subdistrict games count in determining a subdistrict champion.

Welcome to the 2016 Season

posted Aug 30, 2016, 6:08 AM by Twin Cities District Football

We are ready to kickoff the fall 2016 season!

Games get under way on Thursday evening for another exciting season.  Last year the races for subdistrict championships came down to the last week of the season with what happened to be championship matchups occurring in the last two weeks of the season.  Based on early reports, there is a lot of excitement in store for another competitive schedule!

Here's looking at more fun and enjoyment over the next two months!

Congratulations to St. Paul Central!

posted Nov 3, 2015, 5:36 PM by Twin Cities District Football

2015 Maroon Subdistrict Champions: St. Paul Central Minutemen


posted Oct 26, 2015, 6:17 PM by Twin Cities District Football

The regular season has ended, and congratulations to the four subdistrict champions: St. Paul Central, SMB Cooperative (Blake/Minnehaha/St. Paul Academy), Mound Westonka, and Minneapolis North!  Full standings can be found on our Standings page above.

The Twin Cities District had #1 seeds for the MSHSL playoffs in five different classes: SMB in Section 4AAAAA, St. Paul Highland Park in Section 4AAAA, St. Croix Lutheran in Section 4AAA, St. Agnes in Section 4AA, and Minneapolis North in Section 4A.  Fridley was the #2 seed in Section 4AAAA, Minneapolis Henry the #2 seed in Section 4AAA, and Spectrum in Section 4AA.  A pretty good showing by District squads!

Three District teams will be headed to state-- Fridley in Class AAAA, St. Croix Lutheran in Class AAA, and Minneapolis North in Class A.  Good luck to those squads-- keep representing the District well!

Championship week!

posted Oct 4, 2015, 5:43 PM by Twin Cities District Football

Big week ahead, as titles go on the line this Thursday and Friday!

  • Maroon: It's winner-take-all when Central visits Highland Park on Friday, as both teams put their 4-1 subdistrict records on the line.  Should be a good one!
  • Gold: Undefeated SMB visits Providence Academy on Friday, and a win for the Lions means both squads share the title, while the Wolfpack can take home sole possession with a victory.
  • Red: Unbeaten Mound-Westonka is in the driver's seat, and will clinch the Subdistrict Crown with a victory at Como Park on Thursday. But a loss by the Whitehawks and a win by Patrick Henry on Thursday at Breck will give the Patriots a share of the title.
  • Blue: Minneapolis North heads to St. Agnes on Friday with the opportunity for the Polars to clinch sole possession of the Subdistrict Championship.  But an upset by the Aggies means a tie for the Subdistrict Title.
  • In other games, Columbia Heights hosts Fridley in a neighborhood rivalry game with big section implications and Roosevelt takes on Edison in a big Minneapolis City battle.
Good luck and thanks for the great season!

Big day for a special homecoming king at Brooklyn Center

posted Sep 28, 2015, 9:02 AM by Twin Cities District Football

In spite of a homecoming loss, there were plenty of smiles at Brooklyn Center H.S. this past Friday.

The school's homecoming king, Spencer Ihejirika, found his way onto the field for the first time this season and made it memorable.  The developmentally-delayed senior was not only able to see the field on special teams, but made a big impact in returning the opening kickoff for a touchdown for the Centaurs against St. Anthony Village.

King Spencer, who has been the Centaurs' Twelfth Man and biggest supporter this season, was handed the ball by a teammate, and rushed through the Huskies' kick coverage team with the homecoming fans and Brooklyn Center sideline cheering wildly for their emotional leader. 

Big play for the BC Homecoming King

Thanks to Brooklyn Center and St. Anthony Village coaching staffs, it was a fitting end to an eventful week for the young man.  Local news covered his Homecoming here:  

Brooklyn Center Homecoming King


Note as to results

posted Sep 26, 2015, 8:46 AM by Twin Cities District Football

It was reported this week that an ineligible player was used by St. Paul Central in their games against Minneapolis Southwest and Minneapolis North.  After reporting the violation to the MSHSL, St. Paul Central has decided to vacate their winning results in both those games.  As a result, Central is awarded a subdistrict loss against Southwest, who receives a subdistrict win over the Minutemen.  North's win over Central is a non-subdistrict win that will impact section playoffs for both schools.  The standings have been updated to show these results.

Subdistrict races setting up

posted Sep 26, 2015, 8:39 AM by Twin Cities District Football   [ updated Sep 27, 2015, 5:44 PM ]

The season is in full swing and things are getting tight throughout!  In the maroon subdistrict, Central and Highland Park are neck and neck with two weeks left, but a stumble by both could permit Washburn and Fridley to get a share of the subdistrict crown.  In the gold subdistrict, SMB Cooperative has put together an impressive campaign this season, but Providence winning out including a week 8 winner-take-all-match against the Wolfpack would give the Lions a chance to tie for the title.  In the red subdistrict, Mound-Westonka bested Henry for the early lead for the subdistrict; but can't afford to stumble the rest of the way.  In the blue subdistrict, with wins next week, both Minneapolis North and St. Agnes appear to be headed for a subdistrict title game in week 8. 

What an exciting season!

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