Senior defensive back Jake Shepley intercepted three passes Friday, helping Class 6A, No. 9 Burnsville take a 14-7 overtime victory over visiting Lakeville South.

Shepley's final pick ended the game after Jackson Martens scored on the Blaze's opportunity to begin the overtime.

Senior running back Stephan Olson Jr. put the Blaze ahead first on a 74-yard touchdown run.

The Cougars tied the score in the second quarter when junior quarterback Brady Torborg tossed a 5-yard touchdown pass to senior wide receiver Evan Fiedler. The Cougars defense forced the Blaze to punt on its other first-half possessions.

The Blaze had a chance in the fourth quarter to take the lead on a five-minute drive to the Cougars 11-yard line, but mistakes blew up the possession.

Hutchinson 28, Glencoe-Silver Lake 14: Christian Kurth scored three rushing touchdowns while Isaiah Nelson racked up 215 yards on 21 carries, leading the Class 4A, No. 2 Tigers past the host Class 3A, No. 11 Panthers.

The Tigers scored in each quarter.

The Panthers forced a three-and-out to open the second half, leading to a touchdown by Carson Streich that tied the score 14-14.

Nelson gained 70 of his yards on a single carry, part of a three-play possession that ended with a 5-yard touchdown run for Nelson.

St. Thomas Academy 13, North St. Paul 12: Thomas Dolan scored the go-ahead touchdown early in the fourth quarter to lift the Class 5A, No. 20 Cadets past the visiting Polars. The Polars had a chance to win in the final seconds but missed a 40-yard field goal. Thomas Steveken got the scoring started with a 70-yard interception return in the first quarter. Fisayo Oduyemi scored a pair of short second-quarter touchdowns to give the Polars the lead at halftime.

East Ridge 24, Mounds View 14: The Class 6A, No. 12 Raptors stuck to the game plan and rolled past the host Mustangs.

Senior running back Dominik London carried the ball 43 times for 174 yards and three touchdowns for the Raptors. In the first half alone, London had 118 yards and two scores on 28 touches.

After a scoreless opening quarter, London punched in the game's first score 11 seconds into the second quarter on a 5-yard touchdown run. A few minutes later, he added another, this time from 1 yard, and the Raptors were on their way, despite a second-half surge from Mounds View.

The Mustangs got on the board midway through the third quarter with a 40-yard touchdown run from Xavier Myles. They tied the score 14-14 on a 6-yard touchdown pass from Ryan Nickel to Erik Holloman with 2 minutes, 49 seconds left in the quarter.

Osseo 34, Andover 26: Martelius Hughes threw for two touchdowns and ran for another in the second half to help the Class 6A, No. 13 Orioles rally past the Class 5A, No. 19 Huskies. Hughes also scored on a run in the first quarter to get the host Orioles on the board. Conner Knoepfle threw three touchdown passes to lead the Huskies.