ST. CLOUD - Brainerd High School linebacker Colby Ring had a team-high 11 tackles for the Outstate All-Stars in a 54-13 loss to the Metro All-Stars in the Minnesota High School All-Star Football Game Saturday night at Husky Stadium.
Linebacker Matt Moenkedick of Verndale had one tackle for the Outstate, whose honorary coach was Deryl Ramey of Willmar and Brainerd.
It was the most points ever scored by one team in the All-Star game. The Metro team had previously scored 47 points in 1987 and 1983.
The all-time series between the teams is now tied at 15.
Metro 14 13 21 6 - 54
Outstate 6 7 0 0 - 13
Metro-Alex Jensen (Eastview) 9 pass from Blair Townsend (Coon Rapids), Luke DeWall (Stillwater) kick, 10:24
M-Marcus Binns (Cretin-Derham Hall) 1 run (DeWall kick) 5:03
Outstate-Aaron Richter (Mankato West) 15 pass from Tydan Storrusten (Pelican Rapids) kick failed
M-Stephen Johnson (Mahtomedi) 3 run (kick failed) 12:44
O-Kevin Lindh (Houston) 14 run (Ryan Goetzinger, Caledonia) kick 4:52
M-Tyler Swanson (Lakeville North) 22 pass from Townsend (DeWall kick) 1:30
Chase Vogler (Rosemount) 7 run (DeWall kick)
M-Taylor Nelson (Minnetonka) 58 pass from Townsend (DeWall kick)
M-Stephen Johnson 52 run (DeWall kick
M-Tyler Swanson 6 pass from James Peterson (Blaine), kick failed
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