WCT Sports Show: Heroes, homecoming and a new No. 1

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The Wildcats bring down a member of the Holy Family Catholic High School during a Homecoming matchup against Holy Family Catholic High School in New London on Friday, September 16, 2022.
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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.

0:25: Sports reporter Joe Brown discusses the new football polls, where BOLD has vaulted to the number one spot in Class A after beating Kerkhoven-Murdock-Sunburg last week.

3:00: Joe Brown also hits on a big rematch of the Nine-Man state quarterfinals between Renville County West and Hills-Beaver Creek.

The first inaugural Minnesota Fallen Heroes Football Game is set for a 7 p.m. kickoff.

3:50: Sports reporter Michael Lyne talks about New London-Spicer vs. Litchfield and the inaugural Minnesota Fallen Heroes Football Game.

A middle school lineman turned RB, Cards' junior is gaining confidence

6:15: Joe Brown discusses Willmar's homecoming matchup against the visiting Delano Tigers.


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