Centennial knocks off fourth-ranked Totino
• CENTENNIAL 20, TOTINO-GRACE 17: Junior quarterback Kyle Nordby found receiver Levi Falck for a 46-yard touchdown with 5:16 remaining to give the Cougars an upset over the Eagles on Friday. The Eagles, ranked No. 4 in Class 6A, jumped out to a 14-6 lead in the second quarter after Ivan Burlak and Kez Flomo each ran for a touchdown. The Cougars pulled within one point just before halftime when Nordby hit Keshaun Story for a 55-yard touchdown. Keaton Kuzel intercepted a pass with 40 seconds remaining to seal the upset for the Cougars.
• ANDOVER 35, BLAINE 34: The Huskies blocked a field-goal attempt as time expired to escape with a West Metro North victory. The Bengals took a 34-27 lead into the fourth quarter after Nathan Kroutil ran for a 4-yard touchdown. But the Huskies rallied to take the lead when quarterback Jeremy Neuman connected with Michael Wandmaker for a touchdown and Adam Perrin for the go-ahead two-point conversion with 1:47 remaining.
• CHANHASSEN 51, BLOOMINGTON JEFFERSON 43 (OT): Running back Eddie Odanga scored a 10-yard TD in the first overtime and the Storm defense sealed the victory with a fumble recovery in the next overtime session.
• WAYZATA 21, EDINA 20: Running back Foster Conzet ran for a 2-yard touchdown with 1:55 remaining to lift the Trojans to the Lake victory. Trojans quarterback Jake Marsh threw for two touchdowns, including an 11-yard score to Brady Galbraith just before halftime. Junior quarterback Brock Boltmann led the Hornets with two touchdown passes.
• BROOKLYN CENTER 18, ST. PAUL HUMBOLDT 14: The Centaurs stormed back from a 14-0 second half deficit to beat the Hawks. Tyler Miller ran for two touchdowns — including the game-winning 6-yard score — in the comeback.
• SPECTRUM 28, ST. AGNES 0: Junior quarterback Spencer Maas ran for two touchdowns and threw for another to lead the Sting to the victory. Fullback Thomas Ogren added a 2-yard touchdown plunge.
• ST. PAUL JOHNSON 32, MINNEAPOLIS SOUTH 6: Kejuon Burton scored three touchdowns on the ground to help the Governors cruise past the Tigers.
• FRIDLEY 35, ST. ANTHONY 20: Prince Okolie rushed for 299 yards on 25 carries and three touchdowns to power the Tigers over the Huskies. St. Anthony pulled ahead 20-14 in the fourth quarter after Josiah Johnson hit Nick Knutson for a 10-yard touchdown pass, but the Tigers responded with 21 unanswered points to rally for the victory. Okolie scored twice in the fourth quarter on runs of 15 and 55 yards.
• EDEN PRAIRIE 28, SHAKOPEE 0: JD Spielman caught two touchdown passes and ran for another to help the Eagles, ranked No. 1 in Class 6A, improve to 7-0.
• EAST RIDGE 41, ROSEVILLE 13: Quarterback Otumos Payemanu ran for three touchdowns and threw for another to lead the Raptors to a Metro East Blue victory. Junior Dominik London added two rushing touchdowns in the rout.
• LAKEVILLE SOUTH 42, EASTVIEW 21: The Cougars grabbed an early lead behind a pair of Will Heller 1-yard touchdown runs in the first quarter and cruised to the victory over the Lightning. Heller also completed 19 of 31 passes for 302 yards and two touchdowns and running back Riley Wacker ran for two scores.
• LAKEVILLE NORTH 28, APPLE VALLEY 7: Wade Sullivan rushed 149 yards on 18 carries and two touchdowns to power the Panthers to the East Metro White victory. Reid Saarela added a pair of TDs and finished with 18 yards on seven carries.
• MINNETONKA 34, HOPKINS 28: Senior Max Cooper sealed the victory for the Skippers with an interception on fourth-and-goal with 2:36 remaining in the fourth quarter. Minnetonka quarterback Garrett Olson finished with 12 carries for 100 yards and two touchdowns
• BELLE PLAINE 35, ST. PETER 7: Quarterback Luke Jarveson completed 17 of 22 passes for 244 yards and a touchdown to help the Tigers drop the Saints. Brody Curtis had five catches for 122 yards and a touchdown and running back Marcus Walsh finished with 89 yards on six carries and two touchdowns.
• WOODBURY 24, MOUNDS VIEW 14: Quarterback Brady Mundahl completed 17 of 32 passes for 160 yards and a touchdown and rushed for 80 yards and a score in the victory. The Royals intercepted three passes and moved to 6-1 on the season, the team's best start in nearly 20 years.