Minneapolis Washburn's Emily Covert won the girls' Gold Division of the Roy Griak Cross Country Invitational at Les Bolstad Golf Course on Saturday with a time of 18:13 (5K).

Naperville North (Ill.) won the Gold team title with 154 points.

Florance Uwajeneza of St. Paul Como Park won the girls' Maroon Division race in 12:03 (2-mile), leading at each timing checkpoint. Becker won the race with 106 points.

Great Oak (Calif.) won the boys' Gold Division race with 50 points. Derick Peters of West Central (S.D.) was the medalist with a time of 15:49.43.

Notre Dame Academy (Wis.) won the boys' Maroon Division with 161 points. Joe Anderson of George-Little (Iowa) was the medalist with a time of 10:16.

Milaca Mega Meet: Stillwater won the Class 4A boys' race at Stone's Thrown Golf Course with 68 points, and Acer Icer of Roseville was the medalist with a time of 15:42.14. Stillwater won the Class 4A girls' meet with 88 points, and Bergen Haag of Roseville was the medalist with a time of 19:18.56.


Eagle Invitational: No. 2 ranked Eagan handed top ranked Lakeville North its firsat loss to win the tournament at Apple Valley High School. The Wildcats took the first set 31-29 and the second set 25-14. Lakeville South defeated Moorhead 21-25, 27-25, 15-9 to take third place.


Minneapolis North 72, Breck 13: Junior quarterback Armon Dalton threw four touchdown passes, including two to Tayler Johnson, to lead the Polars past the Mustangs.

Senior Kehyan Porter converted three two-point conversions and also ran for an 8-yard touchdown for Minneapolis North.

The Polars, ranked third in Class 3A, will play Columbia Heights (3-1) on Friday.

Records broken: Senior Carter Kopet became the state's all-time career leader in completions and passing yards in Cleveland's 53-18 victory over Cedar Mountain-Comfrey on Saturday. Kopet completed 24 of 37 yards for 357 yards and seven touchdowns. For his career, he has 670 completions, 9,150 passing yards and 154 touchdown passes. Kopet became the career leader in touchdown passes last year.

Cleveland receiver Austin Plonsky caught 10 passes for 154 yards and four touchdowns to move within one touchdown of the state career mark of 41 held by current Minnesota Viking Michael Floyd of Cretin-Derham Hall.

staff reports