Defunct High Schools

 

This page contains helmet designs used in the past by teams whose schools do not have high school varsity football team. Some of these schools may have since changed names, merged with other schools, or closed altogether. Some of these schools you probably will not recognize. I would greatly appreciate information about football helmets used by varsity teams that may not be seen below.
 


Schools

Ada      
     

"Vikings"
Ada, MN

   
1976-?
     

 

Agassiz Valley      
     

"Thunder"
Barnesville, MN

   
1991-2006
     

Barnesville-Rothsay were paired together and known as the Agassiz Valley Thunder. They played home games in Barnesville, and were part of the Heart O Lakes Conference, and a member of Section 6AA. In 2007 the became Barnesville-Rothsay Trojans and now play in the Northern Plains Conference AA. Thanks to Jeremy Z. for this information.
 

AlBrook      
   

"Falcons"
Saginaw, MN

     
?
2008-2009
 

In 2010 AlBrook paired their varisty program with Cotton.
 

AlBrook/Cotton      
     

"Falcons"
Saginaw, MN

     
2010
 

In 2010 AlBrook and Cotton paired teams. It was their first and last season as a paired team. In 2011 the two schools have merged to become South Ridge of the St. Louis County Conference.
 

Alexander Ramsey      
Alexander Ramsey High School Rams Alexander Ramsey High School Rams Alexander Ramsey High School Rams Alexander Ramsey High School Rams
1953-1954 1955 1956-? 1962-1965?
Alexander Ramsey High School Rams Alexander Ramsey High School Rams Alexander Ramsey High School Rams Alexander Ramsey High School Rams
1967-? 1974-? ?-1979 1980-1985
"Rams"
Roseville, MN
     

In 1953 Alexander Ramsey High School opened. In 1987 they merged with Frank Kellogg High School to form Roseville Area High School. The 1985-1986 school year was last year of Ramsey athletics.
 

 Babbitt-Embarrass      
   
"Knights"
Babbitt, MN
 
 
? ?-2010    

In 2011 Babbitt-Embarrass merged with Tower-Soudan to form Northeast Range now part of the St. Louis County Conference.
 

Barrett      
     

"Lakers"
Barrett, MN

     
?-1977
 

Barrett discontinued its football program in 1977 due to low numbers. In 1978 the paired with Elbow Lake-Wendell.
 

Battle Lake      
 

"Battlers"
Battle Lake, MN

"Battlers"
Battle Lake, MN
"Battlers"
Battle Lake, MN
 
1970's?
1973?-1980's?
1980's?-1990(1)
 

In 1991 Battle Lake and Henning merged to form Ottertail Central (Prairie Conference). There were Columbia Blue numbers on the back of the helmets.

I have recieved some conflicting information from some viewers wether this (1) helmet was ever used. If anyone has more information, please let me know.


 

Bird Island      
     


"Panthers"
Bird Island, MN

     
1970's
     

 

Bloomington Lincoln      
   


"Bears"
Bloomington, MN


"Bears"
Bloomington, MN
   
1970-1975
1976-1981
   

Bloomington High School opened in the early 1920's. In 1957, Bloomington joined the Lake Conference after previously being in the Minnesota Valley Conference. The name change to Lincoln took place in 1965 when the second Bloomington high school (Kennedy) opened. Jefferson opened in 1970, giving Bloomington three high schools through the 1970's and early 1980's. Lincoln closed following the 1981-82 school year, due to dropping enrollment numbers in the Bloomington school district. Bloomington has had two schools (Jefferson and Kennedy) since the fall of 1982.


Brandon      
Brandon Football      


"Warriors"
Brandon, MN

   
?-1985
   

After the 1985 school year Brandon merged with Evansville to form Brandon-Evansville Chargers.

 

Buffalo Lake      
 


"Lakers "
Bufalo Lake, MN



   
1969-1972
1973-?
?-1982?
 

Buffalo Lake later merged with Hector. Buffalo Lake-Hector plays in the Southern Minnesota Conference.


Climax/Fisher      
Climax/Fisher
"Knights"
Climax, MN
6 9 Man
 
?-1996 1997-2013    

Climax/Fisher co-oped with Sacred Heart to form the Polk County West in the Top of the State Conference.

 

Chokio Alberta/Herman-
Norcross
     
   
?-2003?
2004?-2011?
 
       

Chokio-Alberta split with Herman-Norcross before the 2011 season. Chokio-Alberta joined Morris Area (Wright County South) and Herman Norcross joined in Wheaton (Pheasant Conference). Chokio-Alberta-Herman-Norcross played in the Pheasant Conference South.

 

Concordia Academy      
   


"Lancers "
Bloomington, MN

"Lancers "
Bloomington, MN


 
?-2008
?-2008
 

Concordia Academy dropped there football program after the 2008 season. Both of these helmets were used during there last few season.

 

Cook      
   
"Gophers"
Cook, MN
7 9 Man
 
?-2010      

Cook High School merged with Orr and Western Tower to form North Woods now part of the St. Louis County Conference.
 

Cotton      
   
?-2009
 

Cotton's varsity program paired with AlBrook in 2010.
 

 

Crookston Cathedral/
Mount St. Benedict
     
   


"Blue Wave "
Crookston, MN


"Blue Wave "
Crookston, MN

 
1960-1979
1980-1983
 

Crookston Cathedral High School opened in 1914. The name was changed to Mount St. Benedict High School before the school closed in 1983. They played in the Top of State Conference. Thanks to Rom O. for this information.
 

Duluth Central      
Duluth Central Trojans Football Duluth Central Trojans Football Duluth Central Trojans Football  
?-2001
2002-2004
2005-2009
 
"Trojans "
Duluth, MN
     

Duluth Central merged with Duluth Denfeld in 2010 for one season. The school closed at the end of the 2010-2011 school year.


 

Eagle Valley      
Eagle Valley Rebels Football      
?-2011
   
"Rebels "
Eagle Bend, MN
     

In 2012 Eagle Valley merged with Parkers Prairie and became Prairie Valley. They now play in the Pheasant Conference - North.


 

Edina-Morningside      
Edina-Morningside Hornets Football Edina-Morningside Hornets Football Edina-Morningside Hornets Football Edina-Morningside Hornets Football
1949-1955 1956-1958 1959-1963 1964-1971
"Hornets"
Edina, MN
     

Edina High School opened in 1949. They were also known as the Edina-Morningide Hornets. The Hornets played in the Lake Conference until 1971. Due to growing enrollment Edina built another high school only a few miles away. Edina High School was renamed Edina East High School. The new high school was called Edina West. A special thanks to the Edina Historical Society for sharing photographs and providing yearbooks for missing years.


Edina East      
Edina East Hornets Edina East Hornets Edina East Hornets Edina East Hornets
1972-1973 1974-1976 1977-1978 1978
       
Edina East Hornets Edina East Hornets    
1979
1980    
"Hornets"
Edina, MN
     

After Edina West opened in 1972 Edina-Morningside changed their name to Edina East. They also kept the Einda- Morningside name the Hornets. But enrollment in the district eventually peaked and later declined. They eventually had to merge with Edina West in 1981. They are currently know as the Edina Hornets and play in the Lake Conference. A special thanks to the Edina Historical Society for sharing photographs and providing yearbooks for missing years.
 

Edina West      
Edina West Cougars Edina West Cougars    

1972-1974

1975-1980    
"Cougars"
Edina, MN
     

Opened 1972 Edina West was built to accommodate the growing enrollment in the Edina School District. However enrollment eventually peaked and later declined. They eventually had to merge with Edina East in 1981. They are currently know as the Edina Hornets and play in the Lake Conference. A special thanks to the Edina Historical Society for sharing photographs and providing yearbooks for missing years.
 

Elbow Lake-Wendell      
     


"Golden Eagles "
?, MN

     
?-1977
     

 

Evansville      
Evansville Tigers Football      


"Tigers"
Evansville, MN

   
1955(?)-1985
   

After the 1985 school year Evansville merged with Brandon to form Brandon-Evansville Chargers.

 

Fond du Lac Ojibwe      
     
"Ogichidaag"
Cloquet, MN


   

 

Freeborn      
Freeborn Yeomen Football Freeborn Yeomen Football Freeborn Yeomen Football  

"Yeomen"
Freeborn, MN

     
1970-1975 1976-1979 1980-1986  

Yeomen is an English term for a freeborn man.
 

Grygla-Gatzeke/
Goodridge
     
   

"Blue Devils"
Grygle, MN
     
?-2009 2010    

Grygla-Gatezeke and Goodridge officially combined their programs in 2011. They are now the Grygla/ Goodridge Chargers of the Top of the State Conference.
 

Henderson      

"Tigers"
Henderson, MN

"Tigers"
Henderson, MN

"Tigers"
Henderson, MN

"Tigers"
Henderson, MN

1940-1952
1953-1955
1956-1959
1960-1970
     

"Tigers"
Henderson, MN

     
1971-1985
     

Henderson high school football has a long tradition, with a documented team organized as early as 1901. Henderson discontinued its football program with the end of the 1985-86 school year. For the years 1986 through 1989 Henderson was paired with Arlington-Green Isle, forming the Sibley East Bengals. In 1990 Henderson consolidated its school district/varsity athletic teams with LeSueur to form LeSueur-Henderson of the Minnesota River Conference.
 

Herman-Norcross      
     


"Panthers"
?, MN

   
?
     

Herman-Norcross later merged with Chokio-Alberta
 

Hoffman-Kensington      
     


"Patriots"
?, MN

   
1980-1993
     

Hoffman and Kensington merged there programs in 1980. In 1993 Hoffman-Kensington merged with West Central to form the West Central Area Knights which currently play in the Heart O' Lakes Conference.
 

Holy Trinity      
     
"Trojans "
Winsted, MN
     
?-2006      

Holy Trinity paired with Lester Prairie in 2007.
 

Hopkins      
Hopkins Warriors Football Hopkins Warriors Football Hopkins Warriors Football Hopkins Warriors Football
1931-1947 1948-1954 1955-1956 1957-1960
       
Hopkins Warriors Football      
1961-1969      
"Warriors"
Hopkins, MN
     

Hopkins High School openend 1896. The earliest record MNHSHP found of Hopkins fielding a varsity team was in 1931. Due to growing enrollment Hopkins opened a second high school in 1970 named Dwight D. Eisenhower Senior High School. The original high school was renamed Charles A. Lindbergh Senior High School. Eisenhower kept the old Hopkins High School nickname "Warriors." After the 1981-1982 school year Hopkins closed Eisenhower High School and renamed the remaining school Lindberg school, Hopkins Senior High School. A special thanks to the Hopkins Historical Society for sharing photographs and providing yearbooks for missing years.Thanks to Mike B. for also for this information.
 

Hopkins Eisenhower      
Hopkins Eisenhower Hopkins Eisenhower Hopkins Eisenhower Hopkins Eisenhower

1970-1971

1972-1973 1974 1975
       
Hopkins Eisenhower    
1976-1978 1979-1981    
"Warriors"
Hopkins, MN
     

In 1970 Hopkins School District added another high school in the district: Dwight D. Eisenhower Senior High School. The original high school was renamed Charles A. Lindbergh Senior High School. Eisenhower kept the old Hopkins High School nickname "Warriors." After the 1981-1982 school year Hopkins closed Eisenhower High School and renamed the remaining school Lindberg school, Hopkins Senior High School. A special thanks to the Hopkins Historical Society for sharing photographs and providing yearbooks for missing years.Thanks to Mike B. for also for this information.
 

Hopkins Lindbergh      
Hopkins Lindbergh
Hopkins Lindbergh Flyers Football Hopkins Lindbergh Flyers Football Hopkins Lindbergh Flyers Football
1971-1975
1971-1975 1976 1977
     
Hopkins Lindbergh Flyers Football      
1978-1981      

"Flyers"
Hopkins, MN
     

After Hopkins School District built and opened their second high school, Dwight D. Eisenhower Senior High School,. the original high school was renamed Charles A. Lindbergh Senior High School. A special thanks to the Hopkins Historical Society for sharing photographs and providing yearbooks for missing years.Thanks to Mike B. for also for this information.


 

Jackson      

1928-1943

1944-1947
1948-1960 1961-1962
     
 
1963-1968 1969-? ?-1997  
       
       

The Jackson Blue Jays merged with the Lakefield Panthers in 1997 to form Jackson County Central.

Thanks to Jarrod L. for this historical information. Here a great site of the history of football in Jackson.


Lake Benton      
     


"Bobcats "
Lake Benton, MN

   
?-2004
     

 

Laporte      
     


"Wildcats"
Laporte, MN

   
?-2010
     

Laporte, formerly with the elimated conferece Northern Plains AA merges with Walker-Hackensack-Akeley in 2011
 

Lester Prairie      
 
"Bulldogs "
Lester Prairie, MN
"Bulldogs "
Lester Prairie, MN
"Bulldogs "
Lester Prairie, MN
 
?-1997 1998-2003 2004-2006  

Lester Prairie paired with Holy Trinity in 2007.
 

LeSueur      

"Giants "
LeSueur, MN

"Giants "
LeSueur, MN
"Giants "
LeSueur, MN
"Giants "
LeSueur, MN
1970-1971
1972
1973-1974
1975-1979
"Giants "
LeSueur, MN
"Giants "
LeSueur, MN
"Giants "
LeSueur, MN
"Giants "
LeSueur, MN
1980-1983
1984
1985-1989(1)
1985-1989(1)

In 1990 Henderson consolidated its school district/varsity athletic teams with LeSueur to form LeSueur-Henderson of the Minnesota River Conference.

(1) I have seen both helmets used through out the three year period of which these helmets were used.
 

 

Le Center      
Le Center Wildcats Football    
"Wildcats"
Le Center, MN
     
?-2007 2008-2011    

Le Center used a white helmet with a Puple wildcat logo on the helmet. I could use a clear logo or photo of that helmet.

After the 2011-2012 school year the school districts of Le Center and Montgomery - Lonsdale merged to become Tri City United. They opened a new school and fielded their team in the Minnesota River Conference in 2012.

 

Lincoln-H.I.      
   

"Rebels"
Ivanhoe, MN
3 9 Man

     
?-2008(?)
2009(?)-2010    

Lincoln-H.I.'s varsity program disbanded after 2010. In 2012 they paired with Minneota of the Little Sioux Conference.

 

Lion's Gate Christian Academy/Bethany Academy      
     


"Golden Lions "
Bloomington, MN
2A

   
2009-2010
     

Lion's Gate Christian Academy is a new school that began there football program in 2009. Bethany Academy merged with Lion's Gate Christian Academy after being paired with Concordia Academy of Bloomington. They folded after one year of play.

 

Madelia/Truman      
     


"Jayhawks"
Truman, MN
2A

   
1989-2006
     

Madelia/Truman had a combined football program up until 2006. They both have their own teams now. Thanks to Craig M. for the description on this helmet.
 

Marshall County Central      
     


"Nordics"
Newfolden, MN
8 9 Man

   
?
     

Marshall County Central combined with Tri-County High School to form Northern Freeze. They play in the Top of the State Conference.

McLeod West      
   


"Falcons"
Brownton, MN
2A


"Falcons"
Brownton, MN
2A

   
1992-2006
2007-2008    

McLeod West was forced to close at the end of the 2008-2009 school year due to the economic conditions. The neighboring schoold districts absorbed both the students and football team. Rick Reilly of ESPN Magazine wrote a great article of the teams last year. Here is the link to the article.

 


Minneapolis West      
     


"Cowboys"
Minneapolis, MN

   
1976(?)-1977(?)
     

West High School opened in 1907. The shcool along with their football program ended in 1982 due to low enrollment. They were part of the Minneapolis City Conference. Thanks to James M. for this info.

 

Montgomery-Lonsdale      
Early 1970's 1971-1974 1975-1985 2003-2008
   
2009-2010(1) 2011(1)    
       

Montgomery-Lonsdale's logo(1) only appears on the right side of their helmets, with the left side blank. I've shown the logo on the left side here just to be consistent with the rest of this web site.

After the 2011-2012 school year the school districts of Montgomery-Lonsdale and Le Center merged to become Tri City United. They opened a new school and fielded their team in the Minnesota River Conference in 2012.

 

Nashwauk-Keewatin      
   


"Spartans"
Nashwauk, MN

"Spartans"
Nashwauk, MN
   
?-2005
2006-2009    

 

In 2009 Nashwauk-Keewatin merged there football program with Greenway

 

Olivia      

"Wildcats"
Olivia, MN


"Wildcats"
Olivia, MN
"Wildcats"
Olivia, MN
"Wildcats"
Olivia, MN
1955-1961 1962-1973 1974 1975-1976
   
"Wildcats"
Olivia, MN

"Wildcats"
Olivia, MN

   
1977-1984 1985-1987    

In the late 1980's Olivia's high school system partnered with Bird Island and Lake Lillian became BOLD Schools (Bird Island, Olivia, Lake Lillian District).

 

Parkers Prairie      
Parkers Prairie Panthers Football Parkers Prairie Panthers Football Parkers Prairie Panthers Football  
?-1997
1998-2007
2008-Present  
"Panthers"
Parkers Prairie, MN
     

In 2012 Parkers Prairie merged with Eagle Valley and became Prairie Valley. They now play in the Pheasant Conference - North.


 

Robbinsdale      
   


"Robins"
Robbinsdale, MN

"Robins"
Robbinsdale, MN
   
?-1976?
?-1981
   

Robbinsdale High school closed in 1982 due low attendence. They were park of the now defunct Lake North Conference. Thanks to Mike B. for this information. More accurate dates of when these helmets were used would appreciated.
 

 

Red Lake County Central      
     


"Mustangs"
Oklee/Plummer, MN
8 9 Man

   
?-2007
   

The Red Lake Falls Eagles became a cooperative varsity program with Red Lake Falls High School High School in 2008. They are now the Red Lake County Rebels and play in the Northern Plains A conference.
 

Red Lake Falls      
 
"Eagles"
Red Lake Falls, MN
8 A
 
?-2007
 

The Red Lake Falls Eagles became a cooperative varsity program with Red Lake County Central High School in 2008. They are now the Red Lake County Rebels and play in the Northern Plains A conference.

 

Red Rock      
     


"Chargers"
?, MN

   
1990-1994
     

In 1990 Walnut Grove merged with Westbrook-Storden-Jeffers. Then at the start of the 1994 school year, Storden-Jeffers opted to pair with Sanborn-Lamberton. This left Westbrook-Walnut Grove on its own. Storden-Jeffers-Sanborn-Lamberton pairings became Red Rock Central Falcons.

 

Renville      
     


"Indians"
Renville, MN

     
1970's
     

 

Sacred Heart      
     


"Vikings"
?, MN

     
1970's
     

 

Sacred Heart      
1950-1968 1969-1987 1988-1997 1997-1998
1999-2005 2006-2009 2010-2014 2013(a)
Sacred Heart
"Eagles"
East Grand Forks, MN
8 9 Man
     

Sacred Heart co-oped with Climax/Fisher to form the Polk County West in the Top of the State Conference in 2014.

In 2013 the Eagles wore two pink stipes on their helmet (a) for Breast Cancer Awareness month (October). Each stripe started on the side of the helmet bumper. Ths stripes crossed on the back of the helmet forming an "X".

Thanks to Rom O. for all the info on Sacred Heart.

Sibley East      
     


"Bengals"
Arlington, MN

   
1986-1989
     

Sibley East was originally a cooperative program between Arlington-Green Isle and Henderson from 1986-1989. In 1990 Henderson consolidated its school district/varsity athletic teams with LeSueur to form LeSueur-Henderson of the Minnesota River Conference. The current Sibley East team is now made up of Arlington-Green Isle and Gaylord.

 


Silver Lake      
     


"Lakites"
Silver Lake, MN

   
?-1993?
     

Silver Lake merged with Glencoe after the 1993 season. They become Glencoe-Silver Lake and now play in the Wright County Conference.

 

St. Bernards      
 

"Bulldogs"
St. Paul, MN
4A

     
?-2004
2005-2006 2007-2009  

St. Bernards school opened in 1957. They closed there doors at the end of 2009 school year.

 

St. Johns Prep      
 

"Johnnies"
Collegeville, MN
2A

     
?-1991
1993-2005(1) 2005(2)-2009  

St. John's Prep fielded a team since St. John's University has. They were forced to go down to only a JV team for the 1992 season. After this they fielded a team until the 2009 season. They began a co-op with St. Cloud Tech High School of St. Cloud in 2010.

I have seen (1) and (2) helmets used during the same season.

St. Paul Arlington      
Arlington
"Phoenix"
St. Paul, MN
4AAA
     
?-2005? 2006* 2006 2007-2010

St Paul Arlington was forced to close at the end of the 2010-2011 school year. They played in the St Paul Conference.

*They might have used this helmet design in 2005 or 2006. I saw the helmet on TV and didn't get a good view of the logo.
 

Stewart      
   


"Gophers"
Stewart, MN

     
1970's
1970's    

 

Spectrum/PACT Charter      
     


"Spartans"
Elk River, MN
4A

     
2009-2010
     

Spectrum/PACT Charter first season was in 2009. The folded after one year of play in 2010.


 

Stephen      
     


"Tigers"
Stephen, MN

     
?-1996
     

Stephen played independently before combining with Argyle in 1996.


Storden      
     


"Tigers"
Storden, MN

     
1962-1965
     

Storden played in the Red Rocks Conference with other schools like Westbrook, Jeffers, Sanborn, Lamberton, and Walnut Grove. They combined with Jeffers in 1971 and to become the Storden-Jeffers Chiefs. Thanks to Darell R. and Gary J. for this info.


Storden-Jeffers      
Storden-Jeffers      


"Chiefs"
Storden, MN

     
1971?-1989
     

In 1971 Storden and Jeffers cobined their varisty programs. Late in 1990 they combined with Westbrook.


Sioux Valley-Round Lake-Brewster      
     


"Raiders"
?, MN

   
?
     

Played in the Southwest Ridge Conference before merging with Southwest Star Concept to form
Southwestern United.


Toivola Meadowlands      
"Rockets"
Meadowlands, MN
?-1993      

Toivola-Meadowlands were state runner ups in 1979 and 1980 despite the low enrollment in there school. The low enrollment caused the school to drop varsity football from 1994-2000. The school closed in 2000 and kids had the choice either to go to Floodwood, Cotton, Albrook, or Hibbing.

Thanks to Jacob Y. for this information.


Tower-Soudan      
     
"Golden Eagles"
Tower, MN
7 9 Man
 
 
?-2011      

In 2011 Tower-Soudan merged with Babbitt-Embarrass to form Northeast Range now part of the St. Louis County Conference.
 

Truman      
?-2006 2008 2009 2010-2011

Truman discontinued it's program after the 2011 season.
 

Ulen-Hitterdal      
   
?
?
   

Ulen-Hitterdal merged with Norman County East starting in 2013. They now play in the North Tri County Conference.

Upsala      
?-1989
1990-1995
1996-?
?

Before Upsala paired with Swanville of the Prairie Conference they were known as the Upsala Cardinals. One viewer provided information on the above helmets. I could use more accurate information on when these helmets where used and when Upsala paired with Swanville.

West Central      
     


"Wildcats"
?, MN

   
1986-1993
     

In 1993 West Central merged with to Hoffman-Kensington to form the West Central Area Knights which currently play in the Heart O' Lakes Conference.

Westbrook      
     


"Wildcats"
Westbrook, MN

   
?-1989
     

Westbrook fielded their own varsity program until 1989. In 1990 they joined programs with Storden-Jeffers.

Westbrook-Storden-Jeffers      
     


"Chargers"
Westbrook, MN

   
1990-1992
     

In 1989 Westbrook merged with Storden-Jeffers. They only paired for two seasons before Walnut Grove joined them.

Westbrook-Walnut Grove-Storden-Jeffers      
     


"Chargers"
Westbrook, MN

   
1993
     

In 1993 Walnut Grove merged with Westbrook-Storden-Jeffers. They only paired for one season before Walnut Grove joing them. In 1994 Westbrook-Walnut Grove boke off the paring and started their own program. They now play in Southern Confederacy Conference. Storden-Jeffers joined with Sanborn-Lamberton to become Red Rock Central. They also play in the Southern Minnesota Conference.

Wykoff      
     


"Wykats"
Wykoff, MN

   
?-1982
     

Wykoff paired in 1983 with Preston-Fountain for two years, then switched to a pairing with Spring Valley in 1985. By 1992, Spring Valley and Wykoff consolidated schools, forming Kingsland.

 

 

School Name City Year(s) Notes
Aggasiz Valley Thunder Barnesville ?-2006  
Amboy-Good Thunder Eagles? Merged with Mapleton and Minnesota Lake to form Maple River
Archbishop Brady Broncos West St. Paul
Argyle   Argyle Merged with Stephen to become Stephe- Argyle
Arlington-Green Isle Indians ?-1986 Merged with Henderson to form Sibley East Bengals
Arlington-Green Isle-Henderson Bengals 1986-1989
Austin Pacelli Shamrocks Austin Paired with Lyle to become Lyle/Pacelli Athletics
Barrett Lakers ?-1977 Dropped football program in 1977. Merged with Elbow Lake/Wendell Eagles
Battle Lake Battlers Battle Merged with Henning to form Ottertail Central
Beardsley Paired with Clinton-Graceville in 1998
Belgrade Redman Merged with Brooten and Elrosa
Brewster Bulldogs ?-1985
Butterfield-Odin Indians Merged with Mountain Lake in the late 1980's
Caledonia -Spring Grove ? Split in 1990s
Chandler-Lake Wilson Mustangs ?-1992 Merged with Slayton after a tornado destroyed Chandler-Lake Wilson. Now know as Murray County Central
Claremont ? Became Triton Cobras
Clinton Rockets Clinton ?-1989 Paired with Graceville in 1990
Comfrey Rockets Merged with Sprigfield. Later merged with Cedar Mountian
Dodge Center Ramblers Became Triton Cobras
Elbow Lake-Wendell-Barrett ? 1981-1986 Merged to become West Central in 1986
Elgin-Millville Watchmen Merged with Plainview to become Plainview-Elgin-Millville Bulldogs
Ellsworth Panthers Originall paired with Adrian then split to form their own team. Later merged with Hills-Beave Creek
Fairfax Eagles? Consolidated with Gibbon and Winthrop
Frank Kellogg Lancers Roseville
Gaylord Spartans consolidated with Gaylord to become the Sibley East Wolverines
Gibbon Wildcats? Consolidatied with Fairfax and Winthrop
Glencoe Eagles Glencoe ?-1993
Graceville Shamrocks Graceville ?-1989 Paired with Clinton in 1990
Harmony Cardinals Now the Fillmore Central Falcons
Henning Hornets Henning Merged with Battle Lake to form Ottertail Central
Herman-Norcross Panthers Merged with Chokio-Alberta
Heron Lake Falcons ?-1980 Merged with Okabena to form Heron Lake - Okabena in 1980
Heron Lake-Okabena Scarlet Knights 1980-1984 Merged with Lakefield to become Heron Lake-Okabena-Lakefield
Heron Lake-Okabena-Lakefield Silver Bullets 1985-1996 Lakefield left to join Jackson and became Jackson County Central
Hoffman Bearcats Hoffman ?-1978 Merged with Kensington in 1979. Won State 9 Man title in 1978.
Hoffman-Kensington Patriots ? 1979-1993 Merged with West Central in 1993 to become West Central Area
Holy Trinity ?
Jeffers ? ?-1970 Paired with Storden in 1971
Kensington Vikings Kensignton ?-1978 Merged with Hoffman in in 1979.
Lake Benton Bobcats Lake Benton ?-2004
Lakefield Panthers ?-1985 Merged with Heron Lake-Okabena in 1985
Lamberton Blackhawks Merged with Sanborn
Long Prairie Indians Merged with Grey Eagle
Lyle Lions Lyle Paired with Austin Pacelli to become Lyle/Pacelli Athletics
Mapleton Scots Merged with Amboy-Good Thunder and Minnesota Lake to form Maple River
Marshall Cardinals Minneapolis ?-1967 Marshall High School opened in 1924. In 1967 they merged with University High.
Marshall-University Cardinals Minneapolis 1968-1982 In 1967 Marshall High School merged with University High. In 1982 they closed due to low enrollment.
Minnesota Lake Lakers? Merged with Mapleton and Amboy-Good Thunder Lake to form Maple River
Mountain Lake Lakers Merged with Butterfield-Odin in the late 1980's
Motley Rockets Motley   The school later merged with Staples forming Staples-Motley.
Okabena Blugolds ?-1979 Meged with Heron Lake in 1980
Osakis-Villard Black Knights Teams split
Peterson Tigers Merged with Rushford to form Rushford-Peterson Trojans
Plainview Gophers Plainview Merged with Elgin-Millville to become Plainview-Elgin-Millville Bulldogs
Preston-Fountain Bluejays Now the Fillmore Central Falcons
Ramesy-Kellogg Roseville
Red Rock Chargers 1990-1994
Red Rock Central Falcons 1994-? When Westbrook left Storden-Jeffers, they merged with Sanborn-Lamberton
Rothsay Tigers Merged with Barnesville
Round Lake ? ?-1979 Merged with With Sioux Valley in 1980
Round Lake-Brewster Raiders 1997-2002 Paired with Southwest Star Concept to become Southwestern United Wildcats
Rushford Trojans Merged with Peterson to form Rushford-Peterson Trojans
Sanborn Panthers Merged with Lamberton
Sanborn-Lamberton Rebels Originally paired with Wabasso. Later merged with Storden-Jeffes to form Red Rock Central
Sebeka
Silver Lake Lakites Silver Lake ?-1993
Sioux Valley Warriors ?-1979 Merged with With Round Lake in 1980
Sioux Valley-Round Lake Raiders 1980-1984 Merged with Brewster in 1985
Sioux Valley-Round Lake-Brewster Raiders 1985-1997 SV left to join Jackson and Heron Lake-Okabena to form Jackson County Central
Slayton Wildcats ?-1992 Merged with Chandler-Lake Wilson after a tornado destroyed Chandler-Lake Wilson. Now know as Murray County Central
Southwest Star Concept Quasars 1997-2002 Lakefield left Heron Lake-Okabena, HLO became Southwest Star Concept. Later SSC Merged with Round Lake Brewster to form Southwestern United
Springfield-Comfrey Tigers
St. Paul Mechanic Arts St. Paul
St. Paul Monroe Green Wave ?-1977 Closed in 1977
St. Paul Murray Pilots St. Paul
St. Paul Washington Presidents ?-1979 Murray & Washington combined to form Como Park in 1979
Swanville Swans Merged with Grey Eagle
Swanville-Grey Eagle Patriots Teams split. Grey Eagle merged with Long Prairie. Swanville merged with Upsala
University   Minneapolis University High opened on campus of University of Minnesota in 1908 as a preparatory lab for the School of Education. They fielded a varsity team through the 1930's (winning the Lake Conference title in 1930) before merging with Marshall High School
Walnut Grove Loggers Paired with Tracy-Milroy, later broke off pairing to joing Westbrook to form Westbrook-Walnut
West Concord Cardinals Became Triton Cobras
White Bear Mariner Skippers/Dolphins White Bear Lake
Winthrop Warriors Consolidated with Gibbon and Fairfax