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Football: Crimson and birthday boy Hull blow out White Bear Lake 28-0

Maple Grove football coach Matt Lombardi instructed the postgame crowd of fans around his players to spread into a large circle and directed senior running back Evan Hull to the center. In keeping with Crimson birthday tradition, Hull held up a football with both hands, fixed his gaze on the pigskin and spun around once

Football: Crimson rally past Wayzata 38-34 (VIDEO)

Video courtesy of CCX Sports The Maple Grove football team rallied past Wayzata to win a thriller 38-34. After Wayzata jumped out to a 20-3 lead, Maple Grove battled back to grab a 24-20 halftime lead. The Trojans went ahead 34-31 in the fourth quarter before another Crimson comeback. They lined up as if to

Football: Hull claims Crimson all-time rushing record

Senior running back Evan Hull, who currently leads the state in rushing yards, inked his name in the Crimson record books on Friday night. In a 17-7 loss to Burnsville, Hull ran for 157 yards and a TD, surpassing Crimson great Ethan Magstadt who racked up 3,050 yards from 2005-2007. Despite getting minimal carries as

Crimson Hall of Fame Class of 2018 honored

Photo credit to Dr. Bart Becker (@MGSHPrincipal) Congratulations to the Crimson Hall of Fame Class of 2018 pictured above. From left to right, the inaugural class honorees are: Sonja Tengblad (2006) represented by her parents, Chad Morse (1999), CJ Woodrow (1999), Tia (Battle) Osei (2001), and Craig Hansen (1996-2011). Click here to read about each of our 2018

MGSH congratulates inaugural Crimson Hall of Fame honorees

The Crimson Hall of Fame Selection Committee, made up of administrators, teachers, coaches, advisors, and community members, is proud to announce the first inductees into the Maple Grove Senior High Hall of Fame. Your Class of 2018 is: Craig Hansen, Chad Morse, Tia (Battle) Osei, Sonja Tengblad, and CJ Woodrow. Craig Hansen (1996-2011) was the

Football: Crimson upset #1 Minnetonka 35-16

Crimson fans were excited for Friday’s match up! (Photo courtesy of Ben LeVahn @mggirlssoccer) Minnetonka entered Friday night’s matchup at Maple Grove as the No. 1 team in the Associated Press’ Class 6A rankings, but Evan Hull and the unranked Crimson showed they were unfazed by the Skippers’ status, holding their Metro West subdistrict rival

Football: Friday is MGYFA Night vs Minnetonka

See below for details regarding tonight’s MGYFA Youth Night: Your ONLY Free Youth Night is Friday, September 14th vs. Minnetonka MGYFA football players get in free with a MAPLE GROVE YOUTH FOOTBALL jersey and PAID ADULT During the game MGYFA players may watch the game in the back of the south end zone on the portable bleachers behind the

Football: Can’t get over fast start by Prior Lake in loss

Maple Grove fell behind 13-0 early and never recovered in its 29-11 loss at Prior Lake Sept. 7. The sixth-ranked Crimson (1-1) came in off a win over Osseo the week before when senior running back Evan Hull ran for nearly 400 yards and three touchdowns. Hull didn’t have his way as much against the

Football: Note to fans traveling to Prior Lake

Spectators are going to bring the Crimson Way to Prior Lake! Crimson fans will sit on the east side of the stadium (opposite the press box) Ticket prices are $7.00 for adults and $5.00 for students Gates open and tickets on sale at 5:45 PM Fans that leave the stadium must pay to re-enter MSHSL rules

Football: Hull runs wild as Crimson pull away from Osseo 34-7 (VIDEO)

Video courtesy of CCX Sports The Maple Grove football team pulled away from rival Osseo in the season opener for both teams. The Crimson scored three touchdowns in the fourth quarter on the way to a 34-7 win. Star running back Evan Hull picked up where he left off last season for Maple Grove, rushing