Schedule: Prep football section finals

Who are the Cinderellas left in the prep football playoffs? Out of the 96 teams remaining, just two squads have a losing record. Sartell (4-6) takes on Rocori (8-1) in a 4A matchup Friday. And in 2A, Sauk Centre (4-6) plays Pierz (9-1).
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Who are the Cinderellas left in the prep football playoffs? Out of the 96 teams remaining, just two squads have a losing record. Sartell (4-6) takes on Rocori (8-1) in a 4A matchup Friday. And in 2A, Sauk Centre (4-6) plays Pierz (9-1).

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