North High is on a roll.
The Polars are undefeated so far starting off with a not-so-regular game. By the end of the first half of game one, the Polars lead St. Paul Como by a score of 14-0. And then, just as the official was signaling the start of the second half, the rains from the thunderstorm came. The game was halted and going by the books, the victory went to North.
During the second home game for North, the Polars overpowered Minneapolis Southwest by a score of 44-6. The same football excellence was demonstrated on the following a trouncing of the Washburn Millers, 41-0.
Even a delayed start to the Polars game against Patrick Henry could not derail North as the team handed the Patriots of Henry a 41-6 blowout defeat to keep a perfect zero in the loss column for North. In the game against Henry, North’s Martice Clark, made a leaping catch from quarterback Tyler Johnson, giving North a 26 point lead before half time. On the last score of the game, Polar running back, Josh Cunningham, took a handoff from Johnson and powered his way into the end zone without interference from Henry defenders.
The North High Polars travel to Edison where they will take on the Tommies in their sixth football game of the season, Friday afternoon, Oct. 3 at 3:30 p.m.