Two Grand Rapids High School football players have been named to play in the Minnesota Football All-Star Game. There was a strong movement to play the game this year despite the pandemic, and it was decided that the game will be played Saturday, June 26, at Clemens Stadium on the beautiful campus of St. John’s University in Collegeville. Named to play in the game for Grand Rapids are Noah Schmoll (74) and Dane Kennedy who will be members of the North Team. In addition, Greg Spahn, head coach of the Grand Rapids football team, has been named as an assistant coach for the North Team.

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