Caledonia football is
back home and...following tradition...
The Warriors do not return empty handed.
This afternoon the 2016 Class Two-A state champions
meet with a contingent of their biggest fans at Caledonia
Friday, the Warriors knocked off Eden Valley-Watkins
61 to 12 to capture back-to-back championships and
their seventh overall title since 2007.
28-and-oh since the start of last season.
And the reward this time around -- not one -- but
two big wins at the brand new U.S.
I think it is special, it is something we will never
forget and I hope many other Caledonia teams get that
opportunity and won't forget it either.
I mean, I just can't wait for where life takes me.
Knowing that they are going to be by my side when
I need them most.
and all the coaches when I know that I can count on
them because they are always going to be there for
We are blessed.
Our community really does care about the kids.
It would not have mattered if we would have lost too.
They would have been the same.
And don't forget.
Quarterback Owen King is not going anywhere.
The Warriors return a strong group of juniors -- including
King and his top wide receivers-- for next season.