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Old 02-19-2021, 08:35 AM   #1
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BISMARCK QB CANNON GOES BIG TIME WITH BIG TEN



by Jon Stamose | Jun 11, 2012 9:30 am

Bismarck High School senior quarterback Cade Cannon had his choice of a handful of colleges and could have waited until after the high school football season to make a decision on where he was going to play next year. However, Cannon decided to end the suspense and has verbally committed to the University of Minnesota, Minneapolis-St. Paul, Minn.

Its good to get the whole recruiting thing out of the way, Cannon said. That way I can focus on my senior season coming up. Were looking to do what we did last year again obviously.

Cannon was also looking at Nebraska, Wyoming, Boise State, Northwestern, North Dakota State and a few others, but, after three visits to the Golden Gophers campus, his decision was made.

I love Minnesota, Cannon said. Ive been up there three times, and I just really liked it. I really have a good connection with [quarterback] coach [Jim] Zabrowski. I really like what the coaching staff is going to do there. I think they are going to turn the program around and have a winning program in the next couple years, and I want to be part of it. Im pretty fired up about it.

Bismarck head coach Mark Gibson said Minnesota is a good fit for Cannon, who he considers one of the best players he has ever coached.

Its a good fit for him, Gibson said. I think hes happy to get it over. Hes probably one of the best players I have had in my coaching career. Hes a natural born leader. Hes got that it factor.

This past year at Bismarck, the 6-foot 5-inch, 205-pound Cannon threw for 26 touchdowns and about 2,500 yards, rushed for 17 touchdowns and ran for about 1,000 yards while leading Bismarck to the AAA state championship. Because of his athletic ability, the coaching staffs at some of the other schools hoped to play him at receiver or even on defense, he said.

I really want to bring my athletic ability at the quarterback position, Cannon said. Some of the schools said they were looking for a quarterback that was not only a good passer and runner but could also play different positions.

With the decision behind him, Cannon said he is looking forward to his last season playing for the Demons.

Im pretty fired up, Cannon said. Two-a-days are a month away. I think we have a great team. We have a lot of guys coming back and we know what it takes to win the championship. A lot of us know what it's like to lose one too so that helps I think. We need to play like we know we can and keep getting better.

Cannon was a reserve receiver and backup QB when Bismarck lost the state championship to Fargo South in 2010. He dressed but did not play on varsity during the 2009 state championship season.

Cannon, who has been a key player on both the basketball and baseball teams the past two seasons, says he knows he won't be playing baseball in the spring as he intends to enroll at Minnesota early. He indicated that he intended to play basketball this winter.

Cannon will receive a full scholarship and has not decided a course of study at this time.

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1. Bismarck
2011 finish: 11-1
Head coach: Mark Gibson
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Winners of three state championships over the past four seasons, including a 21-3 victory over rival Century (Bismarck) last year, the Demons start the season as the favorite to win the Class AAA division. Not only do the Demons return all-conference quarterback Cade Cannon (6-foot-5, 205 pounds), but his backfield mate Layne Johs (5-11, 200) is also back from a squad that went 11-1. Johs came up big in last year's state final, rushing for 193 yards and two touchdowns. He had 1,367 yards and 29 touchdowns during the season while Cannon threw for 2,473 yards and 26 scores, Cannon also ran for 1,001 yards and 17 scores. Jake Neubauer (6-0, 245), an all-conference lineman, will lead Bismarck in the trenches. The defense will benefit from the return of linebacker Riley Plant (5-10, 195) and defensive back Josh Seibel (5-10, 160). The Demons also have one of the state's top return specialists in Brett Adam (5-10, 165). Bismarck has played in 23 state championship games, winning a total of 10. You can find Bismarck three times on the list of North Dakota state football champions for the past 10 years.

2. Century (Bismarck)
2011 finish: 10-2
Head coach: Ron Wingenbach
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If not for the Bismarck Demons, Century would have gone undefeated last season. The Patriots suffered a 27-19 loss during the conference season and fell to Bismarck 21-3 in the Class AAA state final. Century has tied for the league title the past two seasons, but it has never won a state championship, reaching the title game just twice in school history. That could change this year with the return of the All-Conference combination of quarterback Jared Fischer and receiver Drew Wiseman. Fischer threw for 1,267 yards and 10 touchdowns last year while Wiseman caught 37 passes for 564 yards and eight touchdowns. Ben Kraft also returns at running back after rushing for 1,089 yards and 12 touchdowns. Jacob Loraas (6-0, 185) heads the defense at linebacker while Wiseman and All-Conference pick Deion Volk (5-7, 165) lead the secondary. Century ranked sixth in the June, 2011 Top 10 North Dakota football dynasties list.

3. Mandan
2011 finish: 9-2
Head coach: Pat O'Brien
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The only team to beat Bismarck last year, Mandan lost to Century in AAA West play and fell to Bismarck 32-30 in the Class AAA semifinals. Mandan, Century and Bismarck all finished in a three-way tie for first place. The Braves were a senior-dominated group in 2011, led by Gatorade State Player of the Year Devin Coyle. However, Conference Coach of the Year Pat O'Brien returns All-Conference linebacker Tyler Sadowsky (5-8, 170) along with defensive back Nathan Schmidt and lineman Brady Zittleman. Search for Mandan players in the 2012 North Dakota All-Region Football Teams list.

4. Stanley/Powers Lake (Stanley)
2011 finish: 12-0
Head coach: Lyne Enget
Team preview
The Bluejays went undefeated last year, beating Linton/Hazelton-Moffit-Braddock 42-6 in the Class A championship game. Coach Lyne Enget will look to find a new quarterback this year. The 20-year veteran coach returns a pair of standout receivers, including his son Kale Enget, an All-State player, and All-Conference selection Seth Meyer. Stanley/Powers Lake also returns a pair of All-Conference linemen in Braeden Farhart and Levi Hoiby (junior). The Bluejays won their third state championship last year and are tied for the longest current winning streak in the state at 12 straight.

5. Grafton/St. Thomas (Grafton)
2011 finish: 12-0
Head coach: Tom Maus
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The Spoilers join Stanley/Powers Lake with the longest winning streak in the state at 12 in a row after winning the Class AA state title, 22-8 over Shanley (Fargo). Coach Tom Maus will have to replace most of his skill players as quarterback Jake Hanson (1,687 yards) and running back Zach Burns (15 rushing touchdowns) are gone. The line should be strong with All-Conference picks Jaime Villareal and Zach Peterson returning. Christian Lunde returns at linebacker to lead the defense.
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Couldn't find the 2012 Bismarck High School football schedule online anywhere. Found basically every other recent year. Emailed the school's football coach and got that. Just so you know what we're working with here.
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