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Overturning the decision would invite more athletes, families, coaches and others to take in-game decisions to the courts, eroding the ability of referees to properly and adequately officiate games.
In her 10-page ruling issued Friday morning, Nov. 26, Judge Ann D. Montgomery ruled that granting the restraining order and allowing the quarterback to play "would change, rather than preserve, the status quo."
In its 30-page filing, the MSHSL asked the courts to deny the request for a restraining order stating that "simply because Plaintiff disagrees with the referee’s and, in turn, the League’s decision, does not, however, render it arbitrary and capricious.”
The family of Chatfield's varsity quarterback is seeking to overturn a suspension so that he may play in the Class AA state football championship game on Friday in Minneapolis.

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Without standout Sam Backer, who was ejected in the third quarter, Chatfield rallied to beat Barnesville 22-18 in the Class AA state football semifinals on Thursday.
Mantorville, Minn., has long had a reputation of being one of the most haunted towns in the state, headlined by reported paranormal activity at the Mantorville Opera House, the Restoration House and other locations. But the town isn't the only one in southeast Minnesota with reported ghosts.
Led by Denise Smalley in Chatfield, Minn., the group of women sews dresses for an international aid program designed to brighten girls lives, give them some protection from traffickers.
At a time when small-town newspapers are dying across the nation, two rival Minnesota publishers are fighting over one that came back to life.
Richard Taylor Jordan has been ordered to surrender all of the firearms in his possession to law enforcement.
CHATFIELD, Minn. — A Chatfield man will avoid felony charges in a case of animal neglect and cruelty.

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CHATFIELD, Minn. — The road to recovery for a Chatfield family dairy operation in southern Minnesota is shaping up to be downhill and direct.
FARGO — Metro area schools had more cancellations this winter than in recent years, but districts elsewhere in the region had it far worse.

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