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Chanhassen defeats Holy Angels with a powerful third quarter

By Kassondra Burtis, SportsEngine, 10/15/21, 6:00PM CDT


The Chanhassen defense kept the Holy Angels rushing attack in check just enough to get the victory.

Chanhassen’s Charlie Coenen (14) gives a casual looks to the crowd as he runs in for one of his four touchdowns Friday against Holy Angels. [Photo by Korey McDermott, SportsEngine]

Chanhassen defenders Bode Nyen (55) and Gabriel Lindsay-Wartnick (99) pressure Holy Angels quarterback AJ Boarman into an intentional grounding penalty during play Friday night. Photo by Korey McDermott, SportsEngine

First Report

The Chanhassen defense shut down Holy Angels running back Emmett Johnson, the state’s leader in rushing touchdowns, and the Storm’s Charlie Coenen had a breakout game to lead the Storm to a 31-21 victory against the Stars on Friday night in Richfield.

Coenen recorded over 150 all-purpose yards and all four of the Storm’s touchdowns—two receiving and two rushing touchdowns.

Johnson scored a touchdown for the Stars less than two minutes into the game and a second touchdown midway through the third quarter. Johnson led the Stars’ offense with 153 yards.

Holy Angels receiver Charles Gilbert III had a huge first half capped with a touchdown with less than a minute before halftime. Photo by Korey McDermott, SportsEngine

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