Caledonia wins 68th straight game; 5th straight state championship

Updated: November 29, 2019 06:02 PM

Caledonia extended its supremacy in the Class AA field with a 26-0 victory over Minneapolis North Community in the Prep Bowl championship game on Friday, Nov. 29 at U.S. Bank Stadium.

The victory was the 68th in a row for the Warriors (14-0) and ties a state record for consecutive crowns. Stephen-Argyle was the first Minnesota prep football team in the Prep Bowl Era to accomplish the feat winning five Class Nine-Man titles in a row from 2003-07.


Caledonia's latest championship is the 10th Class AA crown. It also draws Caledonia to within one of Eden Prairie's all-time mark for football championships. The Eagles have won 11 crowns during the Prep Bowl Era.

Senior quarterback Noah King powered the Warriors with 138 passing yards and three touchdowns. He also rushed for 82 yards. Caledonia ran just 33 offensive plays and generated 213 total yards.

Junior running back Terrance Kamara led the Polars (12-1) with 146 rushing yards.

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