The high school football season is moving in full swing as September begins to reach its end.
What hasn't reached its end is Langdon Area-Edmore-Munich's dominance. On Friday, the Cardinals extended their winning streak to 43 games in a row, and a big reason why was the play of Carter Tetrault. The junior running back collected 206 yards of total offense and scored four times against Thompson, helping Langdon cruised to a 38-18 win.
In Minnesota, D-G-F made a statement in a 48-0 win over rival Perham. Part of how the Rebels did that was because of the play of McKale Pierson. The running back rushed for 153 yards and scored three touchdowns, including a 42 yard reception on the game's first drive.
See their performances and more in this week's edition of the WDAY Honor Roll.
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