Prep football: MSHSL passes district scheduling
BROOKLYN CENTER — Prep football will now use districts to aid schools in scheduling.
The Minnesota State High School League Board of Directors approved a plan Thursday that will divide member schools into districts of 16 or more, based on geographic proximity and like enrollments.
Member schools within each district will then establish their own protocol for scheduling eight regular-season games.
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