Lakeville North and Blaine are undefeated, but Eden Prairie got the only bye in Class 6A. And other observations.
The Wildcats' 20-8 victory included a 67-yard catch and run by Will Koppi and a 35-yard interception return from Eric Groeneveld.
The Eagles scored on their first two drives and cranked out a methodical 21-0 victory over the Hornets.
Authorities say they do not suspect foul play.
Results and statistics from around Minnesota from Wednesday night's high school football games.
Nick Prentice passed for two touchdowns and ran for another to lead Orono to a 31-7 victory over defending Class 4A champion Holy Angels.
The Lions, ranked No. 8 in Class 4A, capped an undefeated season with a 42-21 victory.
Senior Parker Freiberg rushed for more than 200 yards as the Knights used a four-touchdown second half to put the game away.
Lakeville North's Raja Nelson took an early unsportsmanlike conduct penalty against Prior Lake on Friday, then played spectacularly on offense and defense.
In the latest Talking Preps podcast, prep writers Jim Paulsen and David La Vaque discuss city vs. suburban soccer supremacy on the road to state and set up Wednesday as the final night of regular-season football.
An early Lightning own goal gave the Minutemen a lead that they maintained to earn a gritty victory and a trip to state.
No goals? Not this time, as Eagan girls dominate rival Rosemount in Class 2A, Section 3 championship
Alison Wong scored twice for the defending Class 2A champion Wildcats, who tallied four goals to avoid another scoreless tie with the Irish and earn their fourth trip to state in the last five seasons.
Brenna Saladin netted a hat trick, including the game winner, to send the Crimson to the Class 2A tournament.
An own goal by the Orioles sealed a Trojans' victory and their third consecutive trip to state.
Just like that, football’s regular season draws to a close Wednesday. Sports reporters Jim Paulsen and David La Vaque make their picks for five top games.
Lambert Brown, now the Wayzata football coach, recalls the most memorable game he ever played: White Bear Lake's remarkable 42-35 victory over rival Mounds View in1999 with a state tournament berth at stake.
Here's the scores from Monday's high school sports action:
Section matchups, including several Class 2A games on Tuesday, will determine which teams move toward the ultimate goal.
Trailing by 26 points and frustrated by a season of losing, St. Cloud Cathedral captain Brad Reuter left the sideline to tackle an opposing player who was running for a touchdown.
The KoMets and Tigers enter the week unbeaten in conference play, Their regular-season match on Tuesday could portend a postseason showdown.