Maple Grove Senior Boys Varsity Football

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Football: Fall Practice News

Thursday, August 27th Maple Grove Senior High School Crimson Football will issue equipment for our Fall Practices during the time frames below due to CoVid practices and keeping groups the size needed for safety. If you are a new athlete to the high school, you need a physical completed to receive your equipment.  If you are an

National Signing Day: Congrats Crimson Athletes! (VIDEO)

Congratulations to the Crimson seniors who signed their National Letters of Intent to play collegiate sports next year. Enjoy the video which was shown Wednesday honoring each student-athlete! Joe Buelow – Football at Southwest Minnesota State University Chloe Corbin – Hockey @ Lindenwood University Patrick McLean – Cross Country @ Arizona State University Kelby Modene

Football: Big 4th quarter sends Maple Grove past Minnetonka

Maple Grove’s offensive line was at a decided size disadvantage Friday against Minnetonka — by an average of 35 pounds at all but one position — but it didn’t bother Crimson junior Gavin Gourley. “You’ve got to be the ankle-biters on the field. Use your feet (and) get low,” said Gourley, a 215-pound offensive lineman.

Football: Friday Game Information

Home postseason football game vs Minnetonka Friday, October 25th @ 7:00 PM Ticket prices are as follows: $8 for Adults $6 for Students $6 for Seniors 62+ No Student Athletic Passes accepted

Football: Crimson open playoffs at home vs Tonka

The Maple Grove football team will get a home game in the upcoming State Class 6A playoffs. The Crimson are seeded fourth and will host fifth-seeded Minnetonka Friday, Oct. 25. The Crimson finished the regular season with a 4-4 record after losing to No. 6 Champlin Park 31-15 in the regular season finale Oct. 16.

Football: Gipson sparks Crimson over Anoka 35-0

Maple Grove senior Anthony Gipson is on a hot scoring streak. In last Friday’s 35-0 victory at Anoka, Gipson scored two consecutive touchdowns to spark the Crimson. It was Gipson’s third touchdown in the last two games. That would not have been unusual for a running back, receiver or quarterback, but Gipson is Maple Grove’s