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Football Preview 2022 Section

Experienced O-line, defensive seven to lead Willmar football
NLS looks to repeat as Section 6AAA champs
Falcons hope to better last year's 3-6 season with a mix of veterans and newcomers
The Jaguars have 15 letterwinners back from their first state playoff team
Dineen, Tolifson and Espinoza to propel the Braves' offense
Three all-district players return for Warriors
Led by the dynamic duo of Holt Larson and Levi Olson, D-B expects another strong season
KMS is banking on 10 returning starters for a brighter 2022 season
Eagles have six seniors on a squad that went 3-6 last season
Dietel, Christensen to anchor Dragons up front
MACCRAY gained experience after going 1-8, but will need a new quarterback
New head coach aims to improve Lakers' 1-8 record
O'Malley a focus for Montevideo's season
Bulldogs' new coach Tim Pattrin has a team full of veterans
Experienced Jaguars aim for a long state playoff run
With a strong off-season program, the Sting believe that will translate to better results on the field
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Here are the state polls release for this week.
Tops teams: Class 6A - Maple Grove, Class 5A - Mankato West, Class 4A - Rocori, Class 3A - Cannon Falls, Class 2A - Chatfield, Class 1A - BOLD, and Nine-man - Wheaton/Herman-Norcross
The West Central Tribune sports staff — sports editor Tom Elliott and reporters Joe Brown and Michael Lyne — chat about Week 5 football. There's a new number one team in Class A. New London-Spicer hosts Litchfield in a game meant for more than just football. And it's homecoming at Hodapp Field for the Willmar Cardinals.
Willmar junior Idd Ali is named a Central Lakes Conference Performer of the Week after a week in which the Cardinals won three straight games
The first inaugural Minnesota Fallen Heroes Football Game is set for a 7 p.m. kickoff.
A middle school lineman turned RB, Cards' junior is gaining confidence
Wildcats pile up 285 yards rushing to beat Cardinals, 48-13
Cardinals move to 3-1 with a 14-6 victory at Sartell
Second-ranked Warriors defeat No. 8 KMS, 26-6
Tigers pile up 255 yards rushing to beat the Braves, 43-0.
Junior running back runs for 348 yards and 7 TDs in the Thunder Hawks’ 45-18 win over Minnewaska.
Current group makes up one of largest, most talented, classes in Willmar hall's history
Tops teams: Boys soccer- Class A - Minnehaha Academy, Class AA - Orono, Class AAA - Stillwater; Girls soccer: Class A - Minnehaha Academy, Class AA - Holy Angels, Class AAA - Wayzata.
Three singles players, three doubles teams place 1st for Dragons.
Lac qui Parle Valley/Dawson-Boyd girls break a tie with Canby/Minneota because of its sixth runner at the Yellow Medicine East Invitational.

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Fighting Saints bounce back for 4-set Camden win
Despite some strong individual performances, Willmar falls to Rocori 108-74.
Volleyball report for Thursday, Sept. 29, 2022, in west central Minnesota. Jaguars beat Eagles 25-23, 25-14, 25-21 in Camden Conference match
Top teams: Class A: Girls - Staples-Motley, Boys - Heritage Christian Academy; Class AA: Girls - St. Paul Highland Park, Boys - Worthington
Tops teams: Class AAAA - Wayzata , Class AAA - Marshall, Class AA - Nova Classical Academy and Class A - Russell-Tyler-Ruthton
The Cardinals saw four first-place finishes from three individuals and one relay team.

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New London-Spicer girls take second, boys finish in third.
Volleyball report for Tuesday, Sept. 27, 2022, in west central Minnesota. Cardinals sweep Sartell in battle of conference unbeatens
Willmar wins a physical content over Sartell 2-1 to improved to 9-1-1.

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