Posted On: 07/12/19 5:03 AM

When Dominic McMillian first moved from Georgia to North Minneapolis a couple years ago, he had no idea what to expect, nor where to go for high school. Luckily, McMillian had a familiarly liable and trustworthy supporter in his corner: his mother. While McMillian himself did have some say in the decision, his mother ultimately chose for him. He told me that "North is also not so big of a school and when I moved here from Atlanta my mom was like 'yeah, you're going to North.'" The Polars, led by Coach Charles "OA" Adams, had a reputation that preceded itself. McMillian said he had heeded that North was a "great football school" upon his arrival to the 612. What else turned out to be great for him however, was the community involved with the high school. "I like the atmosphere. I like the people. Not only my team but also the people that help me get through with things like the counselors and my coaches. They are all great people." McMillian told me over the phone. The welcoming spirit and positivity of the community paid off not only for the Polars but for McMillian himself. As he

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