Below is from the Minnesota Vikings
Coach Dwight Lundeen has been the head football coach at Becker High School for 52 years. He started the program in 1970 and is the only head coach in Becker history.
Lundeen’s career record is currently 375 wins and 160 losses, including 3 state championships. Lundeen has also been inducted into four Hall of Fames, including the Football Coaches Association, National Coaches Association, Minnesota State High School League, and Activities Directors Hall of Fame.
“I feel truly blessed to coach at Becker with many great players and assistant coaches. The best part of the job is the relationships I have had with them over the years.”
After each week of games during the high school football season, the Vikings honor a high school coach of the week. Coaches are chosen based on their contribution on the football field, but more importantly, on the impact they make within their community and for their student-athletes. In addition to being recognized in local media for the achievement, the school’s football program receives a $1,000 donation on behalf of the Minnesota Vikings.