When Spring Lake Park's Jackson Dahl recovered an onside kick with 1:20 left in the game and his team trailing Robbinsdale Armstrong 23-21, teammate Zachary Ojile said one thought came to his mind: "Here's one more chance to win." The Spring Lake Park quarterback took that opportunity and ran with it. Or rather, Ojile first faked a handoff, then burst left for a 35-yard touchdown run that pushed unbeaten Spring Lake Park past the Falcons. Ojile and running backs Luke Stafford and Isley Carrington combined for four TDs.

Key of the game: Dahl's onside kick recovery. Spring Lake Park's offense appeared rejuvenated by the momentum-shifting play.

Quote: "The defensive end closed, the offensive line was getting movement and I just spaced the run. I always expect our team is going to fight to the end whether it's a win or a loss and that's what we did." — Ojile on his game-winning touchdown rush.

One thing to know: Robbinsdale Armstrong's Barber brothers are playmakers. Thomas Barber, a linebacker, limited Spring Lake Park's inside running attack and racked up two rushing touchdowns himself. Collis Barber was shifty running from the quarterback spot and played well overall despite multiple interceptions.

JACK SATZINGER