DULUTH, Minn. - Prairie Seeds Academy may go to court over their disqualification from the state soccer tournament.
The team was supposed to play Duluth Marshall Friday. Mike Sengbush, Marshall head soccer coach, said he's been warned by the Minnesota State High School League that Prairie Seeds could file an injunction.
If that happens it could delay the entire tournament, starting with Marshall's game.
"Because of the disqualification we're not supposed to play until Monday," Sengbush said.
"But if there is any sort of process where Prairie Seeds is going to contest that judgment there could be an injunction and we could very well play (on Friday) and so right now we have practice. We have busses ready to go if necessary," he said.
We reached out to Prairie Seeds Academy for comment, but got no response. A spokesperson for the league says they haven't received any court filings.
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