High School Football Chat

Check in with questions about our LIVE game between Tea and Vermillion from the Dakota Dome. Also, leave score updates or comments about other games in the area. Our studio anchors will be chatting throughout the broadcast.

High School Previews

Get the low-down on some of the best matchups in North Dakota and South Dakota high school football for the weekend of 9/9 and9/10
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Coach Q&A: Steve Laqua, MSU-Moorhead

There is a new man in charge of the Minnesota State University, Moorhead football program. Steve Laqua was introduced Jan. 28 as the 17th head coach in program's 92-year history. He spent the previous four years as head coach at Fargo Shanley High School, where he led the Deacons to consecutive state titles in 2009-10. Laqua's introduction to...
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Coach Q&A: Gary Culver, Vermillion

Vermillion owned one of South Dakota's most dominant football programs in the 1990s, winning five state titles (1990-92, '95 and '99). But the Tanagers, like most high school dynasties, experienced a quick fall from grace and have struggled to return to that championship form. Head coach Gary Culver would love to see that drought come to an...
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Coach Q&A: Craig Clayberg, Tea Area

The Tea Area football team was one of the top stories of the 2010 high school football season in South Dakota. The Titans, losers of 21 straight games entering the season, finished 4-6 under first year head coach Craig Clayberg. Highlights included an upset win over Wagner--the Red Raiders ranked No.1 in Class 11B at the time--and a first round...
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Coach Q&A: Ed Meierkort, USD

The final season of the NCAA Division I transition has finally arrived at the University of South Dakota. And with a spot in the ultra-competitive Missouri Valley Football Conference--and the Summit League for all other sports--already secured, excitement is running rampant in Vermillion. The Coyotes were 4-7 in 2010, the first losing season in...
Filed Under Football | College