After a week off, Caledonia cruised to a 66-7 victory over visiting Dover-Eyota on Saturday afternoon for its 70th consecutive football victory.

Junior Eli King threw three touchdown passes, ran for a touchdown and returned a punt for a touchdown to lead the Warriors, who have the longest current winning streak in the nation and the second longest in state history. Stephen-Argyle won 78 consecutive games between 2003 and 2008.

The Warriors opened the season with a 26-8 victory over Plainview-Elgin-Millville on Oct. 10 but were idle last week after their scheduled opponent canceled because of COVID-19 issues.

Plainview-Elgin-Millville is the last team to defeat the Warriors in the regular season — 17-3 in the 2011 season opener. The Warriors have won 73 consecutive regular-season games.

Minneapolis North 47, Mound Westonka 14: The Polars, No. 2 in Class 2A, topped the host White Hawks for their 56th consecutive regular-season victory.

Andover 43, Buffalo 7: Connor Develice threw five touchdown passes — three to Aghogho Eyafe — in the first half to propel the Huskies (3-0).

BOYS soccer

Bloomington Kennedy 1, Worthington 0 (2 OT): Jesus Ciriaco's goal with 2 minutes, 38 seconds left in the second overtime lifted the visiting Eagles to the Class 1A, Section 2 championship.

GIRLS soccer

Eagan 1, Rosemount 0: Ariel Lindgren's goal with seven minutes remaining lifted the Wildcats in the Class 2A, Section 3 title game. The Wildcats (10-2-2) started the season with just one victory in their first five games.

Champlin Park 2, Mounds View 1: Sophomore Paige Kalal scored two goals to lift the Rebels to their second consecutive Class 2A, Section 5 championship.

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