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Warrior Football is Ready to Roll

The new Warrior Football graphic, courtesy of Waldorf Athletics

By Taylen Alexander

After going 7-3 last football season, Waldorf is ready to make a run at the conference title this year. They ending the season ranked 23 in the final NAIA polls.

The Warriors will host 5 home games this season. 

The first three games of the season will be non-conference before the Warriors enter seven games of conference play.

The season kick-off is set for Aug. 27 against Briarcliff University in Sioux City, Iowa under the lights at 7 p.m.

The Warriors get their bye the third week of the season before traveling to Chicago Illinois to challenge Judson College.

Waldorf then will kick off the first of two meetings against Presentation on the Sept. 26, at 1 p.m. to open conference play. The second meeting will take place on the Oct. 31 in South Dakota.

The Warriors return home for back-to-back weekends of conference action against Mayville State and Valley City State.

The Warriors have a road stretch of two away games against Dickinson State and Presentation, two top ranked NSAA programs.

They will finish the season battling Dakota State at home in Forest City, Iowa at 2 p.m.

The Warriors have a very tough NSAA schedule, but they are ready to meet the challenge.

Last year’s scores and results:

Briar Cliff University: 10, Waldorf Warriors: 17

Dordt College: 30, Warriors: 9

UW River Falls: 24, Warriors: 27

Dickinson State: 28, Warriors: 20 (OT)

Valley City State: 17, Warriors: 37

Mayville State University: 0, Warriors: 63

Dakota State: 9, Warriors: 59

Presentation: 3, Warriors: 26

Dickinson State: 30, Warriors: 28

Valley City State: 7, Warriors: 28